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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 18, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Pittman Free,, Tornado Whirl To Kick Off








State DropsMurderCase BHS Homecoming Festivities






r ik Homecoming festivities, including the annual Tornado
Whirl, will start tonight (Thursday) as the Bradford High
students present "In 73 the Tornadoes Plan To Make Their
A Hampton man, Elisha Pittman, walked out a free man Mark In Every Land."

Monday morning after the State of Florida dropped first Festivities begin at the Bradford Stadium at 7:30: p.m with
degree murder charges against him in the rifle slaying of a the.Tornado. Whirl.
neighbor
Pittman, a 42-year-old Gainesville city employee, was The celebration continues Friday afternoon with a parade
charged with the fatal shooting of Samuel Clark last May 2 at r through downtown Starke in preparation for the
Pittman's trailer home in Hampton. He was indicted by a Homecoming game Friday night against rival Palatka Southat
grand jury on June 5 for first degree murder. 8 p.m.

Highlighting Whirl activities of Mr. and Mrs. John Newmanof
Pittman's trial was the table, gave it a mighty Theressa.
tonight will be the
scheduled for Monday mor- upward heave, overturning it naming of the 1973 Eileen McDougal, 16.
ning as the Fall Term of onto the floor, and scatteringthe Homecoming Queen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Circuit Court, with Judge working papers of the \ The honor will go to one of Frank N. Case of Starke.
Theron A. Yawn presiding, defense: counsel about the .', :'" five senior BHS coeds: Pam Voting was done Tuesday by
continued into its second weekin courtroom. the students of BHS and the
Rayburn, 16, daughter of Mr.
the Bradford County Cabrera was immediately j jI ja and Mrs. Gene Rayburn of winner is to be announced at
Courthouse.The restrained Lt. D. E,
by Sardis the Whirl.
Mississippi. Pam is
charge against Pittman Coggins and another state completing her senior year at This year, unlike any in the
was dismissed upon the correctional officer, who in BHS and staying with the past, the classes and clubs will
the words of Assistant State'sAttorney )1ifLytY' not be able to with
recommendation of Assistant Warren Eblmgs at Kingsley compete
State's Attorney Ken Herbert, Ken Herbert, "came I Lake. each other for first places in
who explained to the court flying over the railing bet- -+ Berenda Williams, 17, the skits and floats.
ween the court and the z There will be 25 cent ad-
that credibility of certain daughter of Mr and Mrs.
witnesses to be called in the spectators, and" subdued the Albert Williams, Law ley. mission charged to get into the
case had become man quickly. The officers Terry Kite, 17, residing with Whirl and the money will be
questionable.Investigation. had accompanied Cabrerainto Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen of distributed to the classes to
the courtroom. Handcuffswere defray on the skits
into the case Starke. expenses
by his office revealed that one placed on Cabrera and Lisa Newman, 17, daughter and floats.
of the principal witnesses hada he was bodily removed from "We are going to try and
criminal record. Herbert the courtroom area and have a week that everybodycan

said, and any testimony of- replaced in the holding cell. work together during

fered by such a witness would After a conference with 5 Years homecoming," says Bradford
cloud the state's case. Con- Judge Yawn over the incident High Principal Charles
flicting statements by other Cabrera was advised that his Francis.
witnesses had also been noted. trial would continue as er Introducing classes and
scheduled, but that he wouldbe ,. .to their skits Thursday night at
"We have tried to establisha under the restraint of For Sale the Whirl will be Master. of
reputation for strict handcuffs, and that other ri Ceremonies Bill Sheilds instructor -
prosecution," Herbert told the precautionary measures at the Bradford
court, "But we also try to be would be taken. He was also Middle School.
fair, and further investigationinto told that if he should engage in Of This year the homecomingwas
this case leads us to ask any other profane verbal DrugsEddie boosted by a teacher

for a "dismissal of the outbursts, he would be : committee of Jerry McGriff,
charges. Judge Yawn approved gagged, in order that his trial Hawkins Sheri McCartha, Linda
the state's request, could be continued. 23-year-old Harrell, Marian Malgieri,
{ Hampton man, was sentencedto
and ordered the defendant Judge Yawn was on the v John Arthur Reddish and
five in prison on eachof
years
released from custody. bench at the time of the ; two counts of unlawful parade chairman Warney

Pittman was represented by sudden outburst. Herbert was delivery of a hallucinogenicdrug Atkinson.
Assistant Public Defender W, the prosecutor, and other : (LSD) in a Circuit Court Class princesses for 1973
C Airth. court personnel present included \ trial Oct. 10. both white and black for each
1.t' 1.
Clerk Gilbert S. Gib \ class freshman
Decorum of the court was ( ) 1 The case was one of a seriesas are: Denise
suddenly disrupted last Brown, Deputy Clerk Virginia the fall term of Circuit Hersey, daughter of Mrs.
Friday when an unruly state Darby, Court Reporter Court continued in the Ruby Hersey of Starke and
Virginia Johns, and Deputy Fayonne Hawkins, daughterof
prison inmate, about to go on Bradford courthouse with
trial, threw the court into a Sheriff Robert Green. Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawnof Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins of
brief turmoil. Cabrera requested through Gainesville presiding. Starke; sophomore Connie
his attorney that his trial be ( Jones daughter of Mr. and
"There is for .
no justice me
continued but without his Evidence presented by the Mrs. M. H. Jones of Starke
here shouted
defendant :.
state revealed that Hawkinshad
Judge Yawn fj and Cynthia Davis, daughterof
presence.
'
Raul R. Cabrera, 34. The
defendant rose from his chair, granted the request. Judge sold the drug to an undercover Rev and Mrs. Leroy Davisof
Yawn continued the process of -LL agent on November Lawtey; Juniors Debbie
of
uttering a string
profanities, and at the same selecting jurors to serve in the 30, 1972. and again on January Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and
time grasped the underside of trial, but soon after the jury 16, 1973. Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Starke
was selected Cabrera sent 4 Six witnesses were called by and Janette Davis, daughterof
1oMo I
word he wished to change his Assistant State's Attorney Rev and Mrs Leroy Davisof
o+'o plea to guilty. Ken Herbert in presenting the Lawtey.

a Court was.recessed for the One of these Bradford( High coeds will be named 1973 at bottom: Lisa Newman and Eileen :IMcDougald; top: case to the jury. Defendant Friday afternoon 1:15: p.m.
wl1' W airrt ariaHospital purpose of negotiating the Homecoming Queen tonight at Tornado \Miirl. They are (I-r) Bert'iula Williams, Pam na burn. and Terry Kite Hawkins was represented by Starke can prepare for a
t
; Assistant Public DefenderJeff
at, I plea. Upon reconvening, the massive traffic jam as the
: tI' defendant Cabrera was again Barker Homecoming Parade will
I brought into the courtroom for In other Circuit Court actions start, featuring class and club
I sentencing. He was sentencedto last week the case of floats, BHS marching band,
an additional five years for Will Heed Residents Timothy Kirchaine, chargedwith and dressed up cars.
attempted escape, and two County unlawful possession and The parade will leave BHSat
more years for aggravated delivery of a hallucinogenicdrug 1:15: and proceed up TempleAve.
assault upon the person of J. originally scheduled for (US-301)) to Call Street,
C Thomas. A third charge of trial, was postponed until then turn east down Call

possession of a weapon by a October 29. Street to Thompson St., southon
state prisoner was dismissedon Isidro ]Hernandez, chargedwith Thompson to SK-100 and
motion of Assistant State's About Level Of Crosby LakeBradford possession of a forgeddriver's then proceed west, to Orange
AUKlliaryRummage Attorney Harris Tobin.In license, changed his Street and back to BUS.
plea to guilty. The court or-
Sale a jury trial Tuesday, Oct. dered a pre-sentence in-
16, John G, Williams, an Inmate WeekendWeather
County Commission ) can navigate between Rowell. last week further investigation Tallahassee hut has had no vestigat ion.
Saturday of the Raiford Prison
Oct.20 serving a life term for mur- will heed protests by Crosby, and Sampson via w ill be required to word back. Scott said last The following cases were
Crosby Lake residents on the canals. determine if the county'sactions week the county will probablyhave dismissed by the court: Albert
convicted of the
8a.m.1 der, was
p.m. of of canal opened up recently The county has plans to have been detrimentalto to obtain a digging Newman, aggravated
charge possession a
between and construct the fish fill assault t; Ronnie Newman.aggra'ated ,
in the canal.
Sampson Crosby an attractive boat population. permit or OutlookWeekend
Corner SR-16
weapon by a state prisoner,
assault and
Lakes, according to Chairman landing on the Sampson "We had no intention ;
and Church St. and sentenced to five more
David Scott, Gainesville Jessie Vernon Griffis,
)\ Crosby canal.
Ralph whatsoever drain
to
ryan.To Crosby
Old Minit Mart years on the charge by Circuit weather outlook is
The staff member of the Florida possession of stolen goods.
Lot T. A. Yawn. complete a drainage Sampson-Crosby canalis Lake, Chairman Bryan for little rain but
Parking Judge Internal I Improvement Fund Trial by jury of Harry F. or no tropical
now under "If need be will
investigation by states. we
system feeding into Rowell, depressions in the northwest
the said Monday he has reportedthe Murray, an inmate of the
Parents Night Evidence presented by the Crosby, and Sampson Lakes ternal staff of the Florida In- digging to his office in (See Page II) Florida State Prison, for Caribbean could change that,
Assistant State's AttorneyKen through Alligator Creek, the Improvement Fund on illegal possession of cannabis according to a forecast issued
at Herbert and t the canal was dug by Die county In the basis that the county acted and hallucinogenic drug by the Florida Forest Service.
BradfordMfiddle testimony of prison officials recent months time illegally by failing to obtain a
as per-
School revealed that Williams had mitted, between Crosby and permit to dig the Crosby. DuPont Plans/ Tours For Officials resulted in tacked five additional Four day outlook, beginning

concealed upon his person a Sampson Lakes to completethe Sampson canal. The state was years being on to the. Friday, Oct. 19, Is fair, partly
he is
Tuesday small homemade knife. The chain. Second goal was to brought into the matter after a City and County officials of reclamation program that sentence now serving.The cloudy with little or no rain
Oct.23 weapon was discovered create a tri-lake recreationalarea local fisherman reported the Bradford and Clay Counties, duPont has developed to two count offense occurred fall and seasonable tem-
7p.m. during the process of transferring so fishermen and boaters water level in Crosby Lake and the district's Legislativeand restore the mined over land to on Sunday, December peratures. This outlook is
........... Williams from one dropped some two feet after Congressional delegationswill a productive state. 3. 1972, and the evidence indicated subject to change due to

Middle School area of the prison to the the canal was opened on be given a tour of the E,1 The first duPpnt mine was that upon returning to tropical depressions in the
maximum security section. Hotline( Installed September 29.Chairman duPont de Nemours ilmenite placed in operation here about the search room from the Caribbean which could bring
8TH GRADE CLASS IS Bryan said this mining operations at Starke 25 years ago. It has been visiting area of the prison thata rain.Rain
HAVING A FISH FRY FRIDAY Wednesday the Oct. 17, action Fur Consumers week the next move is up to and Lawtey on Tuesday Oct. estimated that there is sufficient packet of contraband was has been recorded only
NIGHT OCT 19 HIGH saw court at noon complete the state. The county he 23. ore to maintain! the secreted in the sleeve of the two days in October in
SCHOOL CAFETERIA the process of selecting a A statewide toll-free stated, is caught between operation until at least the jacket the inmate had worn to Bradford County.On Oct.7 an
jury for
5 TIL 7.30 P.M. murder trial the first degree telephone "hotline" for state regulations and trying to Gordon Howell, manager of year 2,000. the visiting area.A inch was measured at the
of Florida
\DULTS $1.50CHILDREN Prison inmate State handling consumer questionsand do what local residents want the Trail Ridge and Highlands "chain of custody" was Highland tower above Lawteyin
Sherman concerns about Florida's by obtaining a workable mines, said that between 60 PARENTS.NIGHT established by the witnessesin the north portion of the
Williams
S1.25 stabbing,death charged of fellow with the Inmate financial institutions has been drainage system and a and 70 officials had indicated ;MEETIGBradford : their testimony, includingits county and 1-10 inch at the
installed by Comptroller Fred recreation area. The com- acceptance of the- tour which positive identification by New River tower.OixOct. 11 !.
Court..* U Williams Jimmy Boss Freeman. O. (lHud') Dickinson.The mission is getting no criticism will be conducted in two Middle School will the federal drug laboratory in 10 inches was measured at the
was indicted by a 'hotline' number, 800-)( from residents other than groups, one starting at 12:30: have open house Parents Miami, as cannabis and LSD New River tower and 4-10 at
the{ Dnitmmtitti(!! ; grand jury last June 5. 342-3557. will\ be open 24 hoursa some fishermen who fear the ours and another at 3:30.: The Night,Tuesday, October 23, at a hallucinogenic drug. the Santa Fe tower south of

g>tatrSaithAccount. day Calls will be handled by lowering of Crosby will be will start at the 7 p m. at the Middle School. Though convicted of Starke. The rains totaled 1.6
The trial was expected to the new Consumer In- detrimental to spawning fish, Highland office east of "Please attend this important possession on both counts, the inches or a county average
last into Thursday and other formation Office. Calls he added. Lawtey meeting. We invite five year sentence was Imposed .53 inches through Monday,
Now huurad. Up cases are scheduled Friday. received after regular office Daveloyer! regional Howell said the visitors will you to visit our school and for possession of LSD. Oct. 15.Fifty.
,.......1 To Dopodt$Zae00 huw.nn. br Carp. NoJury list has been compiledfor hours will be recorded to biologist with the state's be shown all phases of the meet your child's teachers," Judge Yawn withheld the year average for
a third 'week of action enable the staff to handle Department of Pollution plant operation, pollution states Principal Lennard sentence for possession of Bradford County for October:
however. them the following morning. Control in Jacksonville, said abatement activities, and the Register. cannabis is .73 inches.


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Miss Ynrbrough Mr. Williunis To Wed Dec. 29 Mrs. M.W. RhodenComplimented II' Hears SheriffOn Mrs. DeVoeAt

sent but all friends and
Mrs. Mary Y. Christmas of
Lake Butler announces the relatives of the couple are 1 : NarcoticsSheriff Fuqua HomeMrs.
engagement of her cordially invited to attend. At Bridal ShowerMrs.

Shelia Yarbrough to f ft hsI Dolph Reddish was Denton DeVoe was
Ashley Williams Jr., BefaSgmaPhRitual / / Michael W. Rhoden a speaker at the Starke honored at a stork shower

Mrs. Robert A. Morris ;j recent bride, was complimented .. ,"."'.... Woman's Club at the luncheon Wednesday night Oct. ID,
Horace Ashley Williams ak Of Jewels at a bridal shower : "t' I< i'CIy' meeting on Oct. 10.( Mr. given by Mrs. Wallace Wise,
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of Lake City. Miss Friday Oct. 12, in the s Reddish was introduced by Mrs. Carolyn Mullis Mrs.
is the daughter of the Members of Beta Sigma Phi Educational Building of Mrs. E. Eugene Tanner Debra Rye and Mrs. Kenneth
Harold B. Yarbrough. I held their Ritual of Jewels at Beulah Baptist Church. ,' chairman of the Public Affairs Fuqua at the home of the
Miss Yarbrough is the Homestead Restaurant in. Hostesses were Mrs. C. L. Department, and spoke on the latter on Pinebreeze Drive.
graduate; of Union Keystone Heights on Oct. 8. Hickey Mrs. Lewis M subject of narcotics. He said Arrangements of fall
High School and Lake Members receiving pins MillerSr., Mrs. Ray Miller, that alcoholism and drug flowers and foliage were usedin
Community College, were Mrs. Marc Jackson Mrs. Chester Wise, Mrs. Bob usage had become the nation's the party rooms. The gift
Nursing She is p.m.'f f{ Mrs. Richard Odom Mrs. Brown Mrs. C. W. Buff, Mrs. number ore crime problem table was covered with a
attending Florida Kirby (Shi) Smith, Mrs. Gary Cecil Whitehead, and Mrs. since 1969. white lace cloth and centered
University. Waters and Miss Mary Sue Harold W. Epps. During the business with a stork. The refreshmenttable
Mr Williams is a Underhill.Mrs. The three tables were meeting, presided over by was covered with a hand
of Columbia County Eve Godwin, sponsor, covered with pink linen cloths. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton crocheted cloth and centered
School and St. Luke's and Mrs. Virginia Darby, The punch table was centered president, Mrs. J. R. Reddish with a blue pink and white
of Radiologic Technology director, were honored with a with a crystal punch bowl r and Mrs. Henry Godwin were arrangement of carnations.Mrs. .
is employed by the yellow rose.Dinner encircled with coral vine. The received as new members. A Bye cut the cake which
Hospital and Clinics of was enjoyed by refreshment table was centered report was given on in- was decorated with pink and
City as a i those attended.The with an arrangement of formation received at the blue booties. Mrs. Wise
Technologist.The the First Baptist Church of next meeting will be mixed summer flowers. The District Four tour in Orange presided at the coffee service.
wedding will be Oct. 22 at 7:30, at the home of gift table was centered with a Park recently It was an- Games with prizes were
event of December 29 at 4 No local invitations will be Mrs. Wayne Wynn. pink umbrella and white nounced that there are now enjoyed Ly the 22 guests which
bridal doll. 29,700 women in the Florida included Mrs. Clemons
*:: -:: ::::::::::::::%::%:: Woman's Clubs. Roy
The 70 guests attending Federation of and Mrs. Smith DeVoe.
between the hours 7:30: and 9 The new executive board The hostesses presented the
Dare to beDDeieitha p.m. included the honoree's members, elected and appointed honoree with baby scales as a
motherMrs. James 1\1. were introduced to memento of the occasion.
m Weeks and grandmother Mrs the club.
Amos Weeks, both of Clay The drawing for the
County, and Mrs. W, C, Christmas arrangement was Shower Given For
Rhoden of Starke. Corsageswere won by Mrs. Rosha Smith.
: Wigs Are Prettier More given to the honoree, her The club thanked Mrs. Lex Mrs. Ricks At
mother and grandmother and Green for the use of her
Natural Have Mrs.\ Rhoden. The hostesses building for the Garage Sale Pine LevelMrs.
Looking They Deborah Lewis/ Becomes
,; Kay
) also presented the honoree for the past two years and
with a silver serving tray as a announced their final sale
A Place In Woman'sWardrobe. ,
Every Bride Kenneth / Danny Ricks, a recent
Chitty
memento of the occasionKINGSLEY Of D. would be held Oct. 13.
.................... .......... bride, was honored at a bridal
shower Tuesday night, Oct. 9,
LAKE Bobo kept the bride's book.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. BrownWilsonWedding
in the Pine Level Baptist
HOMECOMINGThe Lewis announce the marriageof The bride's table was
their daughter Deborah covered with a white satin Oct. J 12 Church Fellowship Hall.

eanette Shop w "' Kingsley Lake Baptist Kay, to Kenneth Douglas cloth and was centered with a
J Church will have Chitty son of Mrs. Ouida four-tiered wedding cake Hostesses were Mrs. Jerald
| 726 N. Court dinner on the grounds Sunday, Starke. Rev. Ben Bryant groom. This was balanced by Lynn Wilson were united in ton, Mrs. Jimmy Thornton,
Oct. 28. Members and friendsare performed the nuptials on Oct. silver candelabra with bur marriage on Oct. 12 at the Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mrs. Hugh
K3AfcWSW:::::! : ::: :: home of Rev. John Yai'bourgh
invited. 5 at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist ning tapers and yellow satin Hutson, Mrs. Craig Padgett,
Church. streamers. Mrs. Fred Johnson in Glen St. Mary. Mrs. John Kenny and Mrs,
Decorating the altar were and Mrs. Kenneth Padgett cut The bride is the daughter of Thornton Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Brownof
two standing baskets of white the cake. Both are sisters of
and yellow gladioli and the groom. Hampton and the groom is Fall flowers and foliage
chrysanthemums with Mrs. William Wise, Mrs. the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. highlighted points of interestin
against a Glen Sapp, Miss Dottie Wilson of Taylor. the hall for the occasion
TRUCKLOADAPPLIANCE. greenery
background of arched and Rhoden and Miss Sallye !Meng The couple Is residing in The refreshment table was
tree candelabra with burning presided at the punch bowls. Lake Butler. covered with an avocado
tapers and greenery panels. Assisting in serving were Mrs.\ green linen cloth and centered
The family pews were marked Dolph Reddish, Mrs. Don Starke Jaycee with a gold, yellow and green
with yellow satin bows and Neel, Mrs. Ressie Colson, floral arrangement flanked by
Mrs. Dorsey Davis, and Mrs. Auxiliary MeetsThe green tapers. The gift table

Catalog Store SALE! fern.Providing a program of Charles Darby. Starke Wives was covered with a gold linen
nuptial music were Mrs. L. A. Following a wedding trip to held Jaycee their cloth and centered with fall
Canova, organist and Miss Disney World and Ocala the Auxiliary monthly floral arrangement.
Oct.
Clark meeting on 10 at the home
Carol Hardy soloist. couple is residing at 331
of Mrs. Robert Ward on Glen
J
k Edward Christmas, Street. Street.A Games with prizes were
; brother-in-law of the groom, The bride is a 1973 graduateof surprise baby shower was enjoyed by the 35 guests.
BUS and is dental
illI'I' served as best man and the a for Mrs. The hostesses presented the
given James W.
; ( assistant for Dr. Harry Gruen.
-- ushers were Mervin Jackson honoree
inesinger after the meeting.Mrs. with an electric hand
v 1 brother-in-law of the bride, The groom is a 1971
Ward presented the mixer as a memento of the
of BUS and works
graduate
Pat Henry Wilbur Waters,
honoree with a baby sleeperas occasion.
'- for the Starke Fire Depart-
and Scottie Rhoden.
of the
a memento occasion.
Mrs. Mervin Jackson was ment.

matron of honor and Miss ----'-'........-.-. -..-.---_. _. _. _. _. -, -, -- -- -, _. _. _- -- -
AAONTCOA/UER Catherine Lewis was maid of
/ -1 honor. Both are sisters of the
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empire waist and long sheer 1
sleeves with velvet trim. They
$ carried arm bouquets of
10$95OFF yellow rosebuds with avocado '
I green streamers. In their hair SMITH'S MEN SHOPWE
they wore semi-halos covered
with the same material as THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONSIDERATE

their dresses with gatherednet SUPPORT DURING THIS TIME AND LOOK
ly tulle secured with velvet
,
l bows. FORWARD TO CONTINUING TO SERVE YOU.

Mrs. Edward Christmas,
sister of the groom. Colleen MAYFIELD
Nichols and Barbara Valmski SUITS
were bridal attendants. They by J. CAPPS & SONS LTD.
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LNE 11 were gowned like the honor
attendants and carried the DOUBLE KNITS WORSTED BLENDSIN
MAJOR APPLIANCEIN
same flowers THE LATEST STYLES
1 Laurel Alvarez attended as REG. 100.00
STORE ON SALE! flower girl and Michael 135.00
Alvarez was ring bearer. Both
Hurry in now for big savings on every are cousins of the bride.
appliance in stockl! Deluxe models included Given in marriage by her $ccooWW
Ward father, the bride wore a for ,
-use your "Charg-oll"
2 SUITS
mal full length gown of Venice 125.00
account-Just say, "Charge it. Come
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neckline and bishop sleeves SUIT & SPORT COAT SIZES
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skirt featured a border of SIZE 38 39
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scalloped lace and a brush PEG 3 13 S 17 1 11s
.il chapel train bordered with re-
SHORT 2
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embroidered( Venice lace. She
wore a diamond pendant lONG 7 10 I11 1
necklace a gift of the groom, EX.lONG J I 1 1 1 1

ONE WEEK ONLY SALE ON THESE SPECIALSSAVE and with her lace Juliet and decorated cap covered with DRESS SHIRTS PORn : :

pearls and sequins secured

$40-3 pc. stereo system with 8- SAVE $22-Plus free $14.95 8-track her multi-tiered veil of imported SPORTCOATS MAYFIELD

track player I AM/FM radio, 11988 tape library 60"console stereo, built 177! carried a silk cascade illusion.bouquet She of SAVE 20% byWA LTO

changer and 2 speakers. in 8-track stereo tape player.AM-FM white roses and stephanotiswith DOUBLE KNITS BLENDS
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Hospital. Grandparents are I
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Fill of

ENDS OCT. 24th. HURRY! Mrs.Kingsley Eddie Lake Jackson and of Mr.Marke.and

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Transportation Extra On All Items 353 N. TEMPLE AVE. Mr. and Mrs.: Winston H. : s miff

964-8090 Owner George Lewis STARKE. FLA. Barber announce the birth of a uej

son Matthew Winston. Oct. 5. 0 : MEN'S SHOP

Stop In See It Buy It Now SERVICE: NATIONWIDE]: Use Wards CHARGE-all Plan Grandparents are Mr. and 4 E. University Ave.GAINESVILLE .
mpl ,.,...c. .nd' ..ory po,', Mrs. W. F. Ferguson of Ocala
and Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Barberof
Bristol.


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Walter Lilley of West Ruth Riddick underwent -
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walkerof Mrs. Louise Rhodes of
Tampa were recent visitorsof Miami is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frankfurt, Ill., Mrs. Golda surgery Monday in
Mrs.J.W.Kincaid and Mrs. E. W. Hayes for several days. Wanura of Mounds, Ill., and Alachua General Hospital.
O L. Beasley.Mrs. The Hayes also had as Sunday Mrs. Ruby Lilley of Paducah,
guest Mrs. Godfrey Hayes of Ky. are guests this week of LTC and Mrs V. Spengler Chevrolet

R. V. Turner and Gainesville.Mrs. their brother-in-law and and Mrs. Emma Badman
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Titus visited R. L. Spengler in St.
attended
family the funeral of
Mrs. Loyselle Brinson in W. F. Herlong has hadas Olson. Augustine Sunday. rl
Valdosta visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Sunday Herlong of Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mrs. T. J. Andrews, Mrs. 1 a kCa"r.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. F. V, Warren of Waycross, Ga. Louis Pogue and Mrs. J. L. a Olds.
spent the weekend with the J. Andrews a surprise
and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Joyner Herlong of Jacksonville on gave
S. Sapp family.Mr. birthday luncheon
spent the weekend with Mr. Sunday, and Mrs. Christine family
Layfield and son T. J. Wednesday at the home of the I
and Mrs
Jimmy Rowe and
family in Sanford.Mr. Layfield, of Fort White on and Mrs. P. D. Reddish latter for Mrs. Floyd Wiggins.Mrs. .
Tuesday.Mr. spent Thursday to Monday in 'r'
Pensacola with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Siemer, Mrs. ":, tiJt::
and Mrs. Bill Grahamand
daughter Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Weldon Glen Reddish and son. Vickie Kirchaine and Miss Pat : \ IJ USED GARSPECIALS
Joalyce
Goodman attended Bruno'sflair 'r'r
Williams and children of St. and family of Bushnell were
the weekend visitors of his Mrs. J. H. DuPre and Mrs. Seminar at the Thun- "
Petersburg,
spent W. B. Mundy are Mrs. derbird in Jacksonville
weekend at their in the mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon.Mr. visiting :
camp : '
Scrub. Byron Mcintyre, Sr. and Mrs. Sunday. ,
and Mrs. L. K. Mcintyre, Jr. in Jacksonville '
today. Mr.and Mrs. Michael Toddof tiLt
Mrs. Godwin Mrs. Whitehead spent the weekend
Henry ,
Lola Johnson, Mrs. Helen with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Atlanta spent the weekend
Harvey Edwards is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Whitehead in Winter Haven
Mrs. J. II. Moncrief
Harley, ,
Mr.and Mrs.Jack Mathews in Todd Sr.
and attended the wedding of
Mrs. C. G. Hill and Mrs. E. D.
Clinton, Tenn. this week.
their daughter, Mary
Tenly, Jr. of the StarkeHomemaker's
Ricks
Margaret Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Club, judgedthe Mrs. Gerald Norman and and sons and Mrs. Myrtle
needlework and 4-11 1973 Buick Electra 225
CoupeThis
exhibits of last weekat Mr. and Mrs. Richard son visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barnes were in Dothan, Ala.
Tuesday Eggers in Jacksonville over the weekend visitingMrs.
Landis of Jacksonville Beach 4
the Nassau Fair in
Callahan. County were weekend guests of Rev. Sunday.Mr. Jasper Barnes in the fine car has everything money can buy on it, from air

and Mrs. John Flynn and all Dothan Nursing Home. Toni/ Stone Weds Ken Fuqua conditioning to AM.FM and Tape. 60-40( seats and limited
attended the Alabama-UF and Mrs. A. S. Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. DavidChristopher trim. Sold new for over 750000.
spent Thursday to Sunday
and football game.
of
daughters with her mother, Mrs. R. T. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown, In Dothan, Alabama
Fitzgerald, Ga. visited Mrs. Hipps in Waycross and attended and Frances Marcia
Charles Dinkins in Bradford Local admittances to Jr. Mary $5695
County Hospital( during the Bradford County Hospital this the funeral of John B. and Terry Goodge were in Miss Toni Stone,daughter of stephanotis, carnations,
weekend. week include: Mrs. Jewell Roberson on Thursday. Lakeland, Oct. 4 and 5, at- Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Stone, and miniature pink and red roses,
Crawford and Mrs. Sandra tending the annual Florida Ken Fuqua, son of Mr. and lavender, yellow and pink
Mrs. Ronald Crawford of Boatwright Lawtey; Eugene S-Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Christian Church State convention Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua, all of mums with white, lavender,
Ocala spent Sunday with her Edwards, Buddy Lewis, Jr., Lawson and family of Fort Over 1,000 persons Starke, were united in yellow, and pink streamers.
mother, Mrs. V/ II. Hart, and Mrs. Mavis Goodge, Mrs. Walton Beach and Mr. and from all parts of Florida at- marriage in a double-ring Miss Carol Beam served as 1913 Olds Vista Cruiser Wagon
took home her son. Kevin, who Julia Thomas H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Bud Duke of Auburndalewere tended. Wayne Smith of ceremony Saturday morning, maid of honor, wearing a
had spent several days with Harvey Cooper, Larry Miller, weekend guests of Mr. Lexington, Ky was guest Sept. 29, at 10:30: a.m. in the lavender floor length crepe
Mrs. Hart. Mrs. Alma Biggs, Mrs. Rosie and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. speaker.Mrs. Heritage Baptist Church, gown with lace edging the 9 passenger, completely loaded with equipment. Window
Sumner and Jeffry Lynn Dothan, Ala. with the Rev. sleeves and collar. She sticker was over 590000. Can be bought now for
Crawford, Starke; William L. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. St. John Nancy Gunter has Richard Flood, pastor, per- carried a nosegay of lavender 485000. Only 6,000 miles.
Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs.J. Reynolds and Mrs. Gertrude had dinner at the Red Lobster returned after a two months forming the ceremony. and pink mums with pink
B. Godwin spent the Christoffers, Keystone restaurant Monday night on visit with her daughter, Mrs. Decorating the altar were streamers.
weekend at Disney World. Heights.Jortcr's their 23rd wedding anniversary Carol Hemicke and family in two large baskets of white Steve Fuqua, brother of the $4850

Hadley Falls, Mass. gladioli and carnations, groom, served as best man
candelabras and palms. Miss: Julie Wise, cousin of
Mrs. J, B. Bakken returned Mrs. H. G. Merow of Tampaand Wedding music was the groom, was flower girl and
| last Thursday after three Mrs James Kinchen of presented by Billy Marshall,
Gary Wise,alsoa cousin of the
weeks in the Gainesville VA 973 Olds 88 4 Door Sedan
Santa Fe Lake were Sunday organist and Gerald Hollis, groom, was ring bearer.
HIGHWAY 21 Hospital where she underwentfoot visitors of Mr. and Mrs. soloist. Following the ceremony a

MIDDLEBURGColonial surgery. Merrill Edwards.Mr. Given in marriage by reception and luncheon was Light yellow paint with saddle vinyl top and interior. Power
ANTIQUES I Wallace Wise, uncle of the. held in the Colony Room of the steering and brakes air conditioning radio and heater tilt
L Mrs. Egbert Flynn is and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, groom, the bride wore a gownof Holiday Inn in. Dothan. The ,wheel. Sold new for over 520000. You can take it home
Cok 1! returning to her home in Jr. of Starke and Mr.:and Mrs: white satapeau graced witha bride's table was covered witha for only $3.895,00.
MdeLNlp Westville, N. J. today after a W. E. Fancher of Bir- combination of Alencon and white cloth, centered with a
seven weeks visit with her son mingham, Ala. spent last Venise lace. Petite tucks three-tiered wedding cake $3895
Lamps and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Monday to Thursday at accented with re-embroidered topped with two miniature
Mrs. John Flynn. Panama City Beach. Alencon medallions, outlinedin cupids and flanked by
and Chandeliers Venise, adorned the full arrangements of lavender
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early bishop sleeves, fitted bodice pink and white carnations.
OUR !SPECIALTY: attended the Florida have returned after attendingthe and front panel of the slightly Following the couple's 1973 Chevrolet Impala Coupe

: Automobile Dealer's Early family reunion in gathered skirt. The deep wedding trip to Panama City
PH. 282-4361 Association convention at Quitman, Miss and visiting flounce hemline fell into a Beach they are residing at 315 Solid Chamois with black vinyl top. Power steering and
Disney World, Saturday to relatives in Mobile, Ala. for cathedral train. Her elbow W. Washington Street. brakes, air conditioning radio and heater 350 V8 with
Wednesday. ten days. length veil of double illusionfell The bride graduated from factory duel exhausts. Only 13,000 miles. Like new all over.
4T-10/18
I from a crown of Alencon '
BUS in June 73 and is a clerk-
___...... .. __ .. ., lace accented with crystals,
----------------------- ------- e. typist at Florida State Prison. $3795
.seed pearls and bows of The groom is employed with
organza and lace. She carrieda Wolco Air Conditioning and
Denmark Furniture nosegay of white Heating in Jacksonville.


134 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 Starke, Florida 1973 Chevrolet Short Wide Bed
The Methodist Women'sSunday
School class had a love .js Fleetside Pickup
birthday luncheon Tuesdaynoon .
6 Piece Room SuiteSUITE at the Garden 350 V-8 Engine turbo transmission power steering two-
Dining
Restaurant for Mrs. A. J. tone paint radio and heater and new white side wall tires.
Eaves and Miss Louise Stern. "Mud grips on the rear", Sold new for over 380000.


Mrs. Jesse Ricks and Mrs.
INCLUDES Hugh Hutson visited Mrs. I nV )9i$2895
I Priced
CHINA CABINET Sale I Hutson's father, N. T. \1

40X40X60 TABLE Swinnegen, at a hospital in
Nashville, Ga. last Wed-
4-SIDE CHAIRS nesday.

Regular $397,40 349.98 Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort 1972 Chevrolet Townsman Wagon
Lauderdale spent the weekend

with Mr.and Mrs.W. E. Tilley 6 passenger dark blue with white top. All the chrome and a

'1I'J' W." and relatives. luggage rack on top. Only 26,000 miles. Sold new by us.
-H..rI' 10,1 Jw\wt+
This is a clean one owner wagon.
.' f : Dr.Charles Kilgore, Mr.
,1,1UR
and Mrs. Homer Bailey and
; .. Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of $2995
saying yes u'hen
Jacksonville were Sunday
; r '\ guests of Mrs. Carrie Ritch. you'd rather say no.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman

I gave a fish fry Saturday nightat 1912 Ford Pinto 3 Door RunaboutDark
t Camp Blanding for the

birthday of Otis Morgan of blue big 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission
Ruskin. Twenty four guests radio and heater, vinyl top and good white side wall tires.
gyp I43 t enjoyed the affair. If your rooms (Clean little car all the way).

The youth group of the First look tired or $1895
: ok Christian Church held a

skating party recently at the hopeless call
Starke Skating Rink. About 29
% t people and eight adult
young us for help.
sponsors enjoyed the three 1972 Ford Pinto 2 Door CoupeSolid

-. .44'x'1t1i- hours of fun and fellowship We'll send youa
followed by a picnic on the
church grounds. decoratorfree. white, big 4 cylinder engine 4 speed transmissionradio
and heater, and factory air conditioning Almost new
Robbie Barksdale will enter tires all the way around. Sharp little Pinto.
Shand's Teaching Hospital
Friday for surgery next $1895

Monday. Penneys


Custom
BRADFORD

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Decorating at 1972 Chevrolet Nova Rally Sport
Published every Thursdayat
138 W. Call Street Coupe
Cedar Hills.
l Starke Florida 32091 307; V.8 Engine Radio and Heater, Rally Wheels. Vinyl trim
.
r + 771-6361 and 3-on-the-floor Sharp one owner car.
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tt'a': v Second Class postage paidat

Starke, FloridaSubscription $2395
k- J- JCPenneyWe
Rates:
In trade area: $6.00 per know what

ADDITIONAL SIDE CHAIRS AVAILABLE year; 13.50 six: months you're looking for.

S35.99 EA Outside trade area 117.00 I St 11/22' 1969 Olds 88 4 Door Sedan

per year: $4.00 six months 63,000 miles and very clean with power steering brakes
and cold air conditioning. If you're looking for clean
Beautiful In Dark Oak
Spanish Styling -- -' dependable transportation check this little Olds out first.


WEDNESDAY $1295

Shop Denmarks & Choose From A Fine NIGHT FISHSPECIAL




Selection Of ,Dining Room Furniture a J75


Cocktail Lounge All The FrieJ Flounder
All Sale Priced
Many Styles You Can Eat C L_, IMe ti.w.rr

INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO STARKE, FLORIDA
For HUSH PUPPY a. PIRATE'S SLAW
SavingsPrice
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To '899Per Suite 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE,FLA. 378-2931

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SCHOOL MENU LUNCH 5 Found Guilty In


Week of October 22-26 *$ ; Five persons were adjudged Nathaniel- Wright, $36 or .t
guilty during non-jury trial three days in the county jail
Menu subject to change due to proceedings, in County Court, for no valid driver's license;
deliveries. Tuesday morning with Judge $36 or three days for improper
Elzie S. Sanders presiding change of lane or course.

MONDAV- The five were:
Hamburger on bun, lettuce, Ervin Henry Goodwin, six Johnny James McCutchen, r
tomato months probation and $200 one year probation for no
Corn court cost within 30 days for valid driver's license, $46 orfour
Peaches unlawful speed. days for leaving scene of
Cake

Milk 3 Elected SupervisorsOf
TUESDAY.

Pizza Apple tc atlalatz Conservation DistrictRussell ; ;
Mixed vegetablesJello

with O. J. William E Green retires from National Guard Watson, Hampton; board of supervisors who
MilkWEDNESDAY Earl Jones, Starke, and Jim determine conservation
Willie E. Green Retires Faulkner, Starke, were priorities and emphasis.The !
elected supervisors of the two holdover membersof
Cafeteria manager's choice From Local National GuardWillie Bradford Soil and Water the Bradford SWC board of
Conservation District in supervisors are Leaton [
THURSDAY- August, a professional in his voting held Tuesday Oct. 16, Morgan and Jim Watson.
Fishwich E. Green was
full-time job at Camp Blan- according to Secretary Jim
Cold Slaw presented a certificate of
Carrot stix retirement ding, and earning a salary in Watson. ( )
Sunday upon Crosby Canal.
Faulkner is
a newcomer to .
excess of $15,000 a year.
French fries completion of 26 servicein
years the board of .
supervisors,
Based on today's pay scale,
Cookie the Starke National Guard Green's National Guard while Jones and Watson have make an adjustment to raise
Milk unit by Captain Jimmy comes to $36,195 for his pay 26 both completed;: a four year the water level. It may be that
Reddish, Commander of Co. "
term. the canal is too deep.
FRIDAY- D. 53rd Spt Bn. years of service. Green says in The trio joins a group of About a year ago, the
this is the best part-time job
Lasagna with cheese Green is a local man and
than dedicated chairman said,
more 18,000 some
Lettuce salad with tomatoes resides in Starkewilh his wife, Starke, since the guard meets conservationists residents along Crosby Lake
Field peas with snaps Mathel. They have grown only weeks two of days summer a month drill.and two without pay in the 50 serving U.S. of complained they were being washing."I
Pears children, Mrs. Sharon Sweat, Green receives America states, Puerto Rico, flooded out and asked that
now
French bread Mrs. Martha Brantley, and retirement benefits equal to and the Virgin Islands, steps be taken to provide for
Milk Edward, living in Starke.
Watson notes. an outlet of flood waters.
those received by permanent
A A ...11I Edward is also a member of military personnel, including Soil and Water Conservation Bryan said the board had a
The principal of the rotary the local guard unit. commissary and PX districts are legal sub- survey made when the canal
engine, now being used In Green is proud of his privileges, and free hospital divisions of the state and are was proposed. The county was
retirement status. When he
some automobiles, was paten- benefits and medicine at any governed by a five member instructed by an IFF
ted In 1769 by James Watt, had joined the guard in 1947, he military hospital. If he spokesman, however that the
the Inventor of the steam an eighth grade educationand chooses to use a civilian digging was against state
skill. He retired in
no
engine.rrrrtrrrtrrctcrtftiitufiiiji. hospital. Green receives 80 regulations unless a permitwas
cent of all cost at ," ',.'=- obtained. The spokesmansaid
f " #S"'SDeWitt per -
Government expense. Th-- name Baton Rouge the canal could be dug /
Green plans to catch up on is French. It means "red without a permit as long as itdidn't
C. Jones Funeral Home his fishing and gardening in stick" or "red pole." The actually open into
his spare time. According to first French explorersfound Sampson Lake.
Green, his good fortune began the Indians using Bryan says some confusion
STARKE and ended with the National such a pole as a boundary exists over the issue and that .
Phone 964-6200 Guard. lie recommends the marker. the county is caught again
guard to anyone as a WAY TO between those who want

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proudly display two water- I and
capacity convenience I
Controls Five Year Compressor WarrantyAll Jacksonville melons, weighing over 25 C
Labor and Materials pounds each, and now ,
I 11.5 cu.ft. Manual' DefrostRefrigerator ;
Seven Air Supply Ducts ripening on the vine at their 1 ,ate
24.000 BTU Cooling home on Griffis Loop.
One Return I
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Carrier Oil Furnace Available DirectoryAuto The Hunters say the melonsare
1 Freezer holds up to 64 Ibs.
"volunteer that came
up from seed thrown out in H Two Ice 'n Easy trays I
their yard while eating some
Sales and Service "Florida Favorites" pur- 7 # Full width chiller tray holds up to I
19 Ibs., Ideal for
dunks or des
chased during the summer. I
Parrish Motor October pumpkins are serts

common in Bradford County Three cabinet shelves
/ SALES! but October watermelons are O I
SERV1CF.: something else again. Huge vegetable bin holds I
LI'c. 'VOLVO )
PARTS 9/10 bushel.
The Hunters moved to
Starke several years ago ; ---- Door shelves for eggs butler,
Always Good | $139000 Ml Lair St. Ph. US SPIANOS > his job in Jacksonville, Theyare I tall bottles
very pleased with their I
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INSTALLED ( other things, including a 1 .. no door clearance at side'LIVE I
rim YAMAHA PIANOS beautiful patch of okra, whichis 1 ., EXTERIOR, I
PLUS ANY ('(>.-'%:N' and KIMIL\I.I. now in full production.CEMETEltYWORKING. I

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PIPING AT BKL'I\II B\1TIST variety of clothes! I

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4 Thefts Pecan AuctionsFirst ) apooooooooaooooooooQoooooooooooo

of the annual fall =
Reported In series of pecan auctions is set Koch'sDrug
CityFour November 8 and each
$ Thursday fter that as long as
:;::
thefts took place in : t' demand exists, according to
Starke during the period of Bob Alter manager of the OOU4IiVBiIf5IIILE
Oct. 11-16, according to the / ri"it Starke State Farmers'
Starke Police Department, s Market
A 1969 Mercury two-door Nuts may be weighed from 8
hard top was stolen from a.m. until noon the day of each Stock Up For The
Terwillegar Motors betweenOct. J auction. Auctions will begin at
11-15. The case is still 1 p.m.
under investigation by ,fl, Pecan volume( looks as if it Winter. .
Patrolman Julius Eunice.An r'l1 will be pretty good this year,
unknown amount of Allen says. No determination:
assorted change from of quality can be made this
cigarette machines was stolen early he added. ,
from Goodman's Standard The pecan growing season NIGHTTIME FOR ALL
Station on North-301 Oct. 16. has seen a lot of rain, Allen VICKS STEAMVAPOR
Between :2 to 6 a.m. an note. Trees have been LIQUID
unknown person or persons 4' r I I Ir! scab, web worms, he note Stea0d -
broke a window on the south- "But, still, the volume looks COLD ; IZERS
side of the station. They went pretty good" MEDICATION -UP"I W
through the window to enter C. K. Bradford to havea "-3 OZu15
the garage and broke a J. E.Denmark,third from left In first row was named Bass for the biggest fish of the year a pound 6-oz.bass. pecan cracking machine at
window in the front office to !Master of the Year at the Tuesday- night meeting of the First row (l-r): Lamar Williamson, Kill Tilley, J. E. Denmark the market t but no schedulehas
unlock the door. The office Bradford Bass Club. Ienmark won a $75 cash prize and a and Pat Welch. Second row: IJcwayne Alday, Julian been announced yet. C8 f -4 64c
was entered and the lock trophy. Mcllae: Harold Ilranham Nell Crawford Karl: News, and $165
broken on the cigarette Bill Tilley second from left in first row received a trophy) Denton Su I11rall. I J I VALUE LIMIT 1

machine by prying open the 6 .. ..... ...

lock 123-A state Johnson police.A ( Messenger 6 Wrecks ReportedNolnjllries Jt

Citizens Radio, valued at$200, NEWS ABOUT :
was stolen from Charles Cox Six separate accidents, withno Starke, collided with the rear struck by Crunn who was REG. ..15LIMIT
of Ocala, Oct. 16. injuries reported occurredin of a 1968 Ford sedan, drivenby haded east on SIM6. The JJPv V
A boat was parked on the SERVICE MEN Bradford County during the Donald Dewitt Loper, accident occurred Oct. 11 and : II 3
outside of a building and period Oct. 7-12, according to Starke, while stopping for a caused $150 damage to the r.
someone went into the cabinet .. the Starke Police Departmentand traffic light. Pena was Chev. sedan and $100 to the '. --.- ROLLS15CC
and took the radio out. the Florida Highway charged with leaving scene of Ford.A (j.d; vcIcs C OF 10
An unknown amount of PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. Oct. Patrol. accident. The accident occurred 1972 Fruhauf truck, t fist
SIneX
assorted change from a 3 Marine Pvt. Charles E. A 1971 Ford Sedan, driven Oct. 9 on SR-200 driven by Bobby Lorne OPEN t
cigarette machine was stolen Eckman, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. by Nancy Ayers Cox, causing $200 damage to the Frame, Jacksonville, collided 1/r Q A'
from Faulkner's Gulf Station, C. Gardner of 609 Pinewood Gainesville, went out of Ford sedan. with the left front of a 1968 EIPRAV YOUR 0
1011 North Temple Ave., Oct. Drive Starke, graduatedfrom control and skidded sideways A 1970( Ford sedan drivenby Ford Coach driven by Gracie 79 HEAD
16. The person or persons basic training at the across the southbound lanes of Gwen Revels Green Cove Marie Bias, Brooker. Both Come be one 4)>f over 355: WITH THAT r
entered the station by Marine Corps Recruit Depot US-301 and through a fence. Springs collided with the left vehicles were southbound on persons lit Sunday School
breaking out the rear window here. Miss Cox was charged with front fender of a 1967 White US-301; Bias, who was in the This Sunday at 9:15: a.m. MENTHOL i
careless driving.The accident truck driven by Joseph Andrew inside lane, started to slowdown LIMIT I EUCALYPTUS ACTION
occurred Oct. 7 and caused McGrath, Bushnell to make a turn. The Worship with the happy
Union Alloc ates $40,000ctor's $GOO damage to the Sedan.A while changing lanes. Miss driver applied her brakes and hundreds who express 3 Rolls 25C
1972 Mack Truck, driven Revels was charged with lost control of her truck,going (their faith in Christ each
by Ralph Thomas Smith, improper change of lane. The over into the outside lane of Sunday at First Baptist
For 2nd DoUnion Salaryguarantee Starke collided with the rear accident occurred Oct. 10 on traffic. Frame changed lanesto Church of f Starhe.Sunday Giant Sale! Giant Savings!
of a 1972 Plymouth Sedan, US-301, causing $300 damageto keep from hitting Bias but School
County Commissionhas for Mohamadi at driven by Calvin James the sedan and $100 to the Bias slid back into the lane J:43! : a.n// ON FAMOUS HUDSON VITAMIN PRODUCTS
guaranteed a second the special meeting of the Kirkland, Lawtey while truck.A causing Frame to strike the
physician an annual 1 income of commission. stopping for a tram. The 1972 Chevrolet sedan left front of Bias. Miss Bias Morningirthip' )
$40,000( to locate in Lake Nichols said that the doctor accident occurred Oct. 8, on driven by Sim Oliver Crum was charged with failure to 11:00 a.m. Io1TMtN E KJM E l100tYe VTTAMNECKC
Butler.Dr. and his family had visited the SH-16 causing $200 damage to Starke collided with a 1964 have vehicle under control 400 :-8 zooms...cAP.AONE<: AOAVPLUStRONl IEO-ro ._,. AM' awn
Masoudi Mohamadi!, of community and expressed a the sedan.A Ford sedan, driven by Ancel and failure to carry and Church Training NICM.An ? '01
Iranian descent, has lived in sincere interest in setting up 1965 Plymouth Sedan, Council Tetstone, Starke. exhibit drivers license on 615: p.lIl.Evenillg 495 '295 i'ig9 '350 595
the U. S. since 1962. lie is practice in Lake Butler. driven by Severiano Pena, Tetstone stopped at a stop signon demand. The accident occurred 's- re'r'
currently preparing to take The administrator said the intersection of Water Street Oct. 12 causing $1,500 Praise ns'I" ns-
his board exams in surgery. guarantee would be for one and SR-16. Then pulled out damage to the coach and $300( 7:30: ( p.m. ANIMATES SVCGEVEOtn/ / / ADWITE-M .S.1.l "
The contractual agreement, year from the tentative First Aid Kits onto SH-16 stopped, and was to the truck. (Equiv to PALS) < rosINOTABSt1") ( IDTHEBAOAAM MROSEHIPS
to be drafted later, is similarto arrival date of the doctor in ......... IOOTAM.IVI <.-TAM't'." (.-TALLftS.
one held by Dr. Vladimir December. I lear-our SO( voice $mom
llolowatsch( who opened offices Commissioner Gerald Given ToOfficers Starke Skating Rink Youth
in the Union County Griffis told the board he was 301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6O7O morning.) 'I" ... .!.. r.3' ns-']. re.'S'e
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General Hospital last May. very impressed with the OPEN 7:OO P.M.10.00 P,M. NIGHTLY
Dr. llolowatsch has been physician, that his Englishwas EXCEPT SUNDAY :Morning Message: SUPER (U-COMPLE SLEEP FLAVORCEECHIWAJk
guaranteed annual income of40,000 excellent and he has a "I 1 Recommend( Jesus" J1ntl-"r.plr..nl PIUS IITON TABLETS ''''_f
( charming personality. Fourteen first aid kits are ADM $1.25 {Cqulv toMITCHUMI' ) .. ,_,,. (IEOu.. toNYTOU tODlMkltltooMa
$- by the county commission tot -,...... MO ma
The board approved the being distributed to county MATINEES SAT SUN. 2-5 P.M.
Union General Hospital minimum income guaranteeof law enforcement officers and ENTIRE FAMILY $2.50 Ben Bryant $139 $179 159 75c $11.5ns

trustee "Buck" Lewis and $40,000( on the motion by firemen for use in emergency FREE INSTRUCTION FOR Pastor -'!" .....'Zit ......1" rq.!5* rra.ePe.
administrator James 11. Griffis and second by C. U. medical care cases since they BEGINNERS SPECIAL RATES
Nichols asked for the income Crews. It is expected that the are often the first to reach the FOR GROUPS & PARTIES William George
new doctor will practice scene of accidents. HOME OWNED AND OPERATED JOHNSON JOHNSON Neo-Synephrine i
initially out of the office spacein George Canova chairmanof REED JONES MGR Minister Of MusicnijcarLer
Foggy Fall Baby Powder
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I Local Control Approved For Mental HealthThe Crown To Florida Meet Council Crown HereThe Councilof I


Local Governments will
Bradford-Union new set-up, said a meetingwill meets monthly usually in and citizens' advisory groups Dr Jose Linas, the district Lund reported the district patient basis thus lessening have its annual meeting at
County proposal for local be held next week to Gainesville."An will form a representativeboard board's new executive has already used more than crowded conditions in state 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday)
control of their mental health organize the joint Bradford- interesting and very and seek incorporation.The director,who will take the job half its Baker Act money since mental hospitals. In the Garden Restaurant.
units was approved Monday Union set-up and file incorporation creative experience" was the area board will govern June 1, was introduced at July 1 in treating indigent County commissions are
night at the District Five said pers.Bryan way Dr Don Lund, interim clinic, activities and per- Monday meeting in mental patients. Of $268,000 charged 80 cents per capita of the nine
Mental Health Board meetingin the main objectives of the director of the sonnel, but will be responsibleto Gainesville. Linas, who budgeted,$132,687 has already for participation in the mental l Representatives
Gainesville.This new organization will be to pistrict Five Mental Healy the district board for fiscal directs a three-county mental been spent, he said. health program That counties comprising the
action places the control the selection of per Board described the district policies and for meeting health district i.n] central The Baker Act provides amounts to $10,880 in Brad- Council will attend.
Bradford-Union area, with a sonnel for the local units, and board's decision Monday to federal and state guidelines Michigan is here for two mental health care for the ford's new budget.
population ot some 23,000 "to devise our own program accept the BradfordUnionplan. for quality and scope of weeks learning the District indigent with state funds and Included on the agenda will
people, and an allocation of within state" and federal mental health services.Men's. Five organization take the mentally ill out of The pro football draft H be a discussion of the new
$94,000( ), into its own domain. guidelines. Approval could lead to the prisons. The new program like nine, yon can't tell State Revenue Sharing
County Commission The counties will keep their other four areas in the North treats many mentally ill ntirtlirr it's vintage: year program.aaaaaGaaaaalaaaaaaoao.
Chairman Ralph Bryan, who two representatives on the (Florida Region the district patients at home on an out until it lids been uncorked.
has been chief advocate of the mental health board which board serves doing the same. FootballBadcock
Lund said he's not worried, _'-ir'ir'irsor-ir v w"VrW..'K"lf KTf
although the original: nooaooooooooeoaoooevevvBai
presentation of the Bradford- blasted Jstarke Builders' 80-0.
; Furniture
,
Nursery Specials Union group was an angry one defending Men's Flag Football Willie Griggs passed for six
with charges of various typesof League Champs, and touchdowns, Larry Mercer Magic Needle "Goes Back To
mismanagement by the Kitchen's Tile, runners-up last passed for five, and Randall
Kumquat Trees $8" board's staff housed in year, both opened with impressive McGee ran back an Interception A.B.C's fl
Gainesville. wins, Tuesday night, 40 yards for School With Its Own
Under the proposal adopted October 9. another score to account for
.: l Magnolia\ Trees $799 Monday, the Bradford and In the first game, Kitchen's all of Kitchens touchdowns. .,
Union county commissions showed no mercy as they Steve Thomas caught three I 1 a

Shrubbery 1 Q% Off Griggs touchdown two, Gene passes Melvin, Ronnie two,
Johnnie' Powell two, David Brunswick Ccinvas
Small Fry FootballGuaranty Bennett,Kenneth Carlton,and Afghan yarn
Rye Grass 5 LB SO29 Larry Mercer each caught one Yam CustOm

Federal of Slarke point. Daryl Thornton kept touchdown pass. AcrilicYarn Bedspreads Design
Seed 50 LB broke out on top after Monday's things close as he scored thebank's Accessories Christmas
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game with a 3-0-1 touchdown from six The second game was a
record GF's( only blemish yards out. little closer as Badcock ., ltems
being a tie with Kentucky Next game of the day saw downed Cunningham Gulf, 32- f Bargello
For YourNeeds Spraying Fried Chicken, second place GF blast Andrews Drugs 19-6. 13. Badcock put 26 of their
with a record of 2-1-1 Todd Jackson scored all GF's points on the Scoreboard in the
Last Wednesday, October points on runs of 25, 15 and 5 first half as Marcus Rhoden 'V IA
1 10, GF( won their second gameof yards. Andrews was scoreless passed for three touchdowns, wc 01
All Tank IDo the season as they defeated until the second half when Jeff hitting Ronnie Thomas, Ricky
Community Bank 14-0. Scott (Punk) Johnson broke loose Bennett and Mike Norman.
Off ) Allen and Todd Jackson were and scampered 50 yards for a Rhoden also ran one over. //1' ) 01 j p.JItr.I.1Iwk.1ieT3.i
Sprayers the scorers in that game witha touchdown, weaving and Most of the touchdowns were '
touchdown each. dodging his way down the short ones except for the very oJp .iir'
Pt. 72- REG.3.49 $397 y The second game saw sideline. Jeff, 8, is the first 40 yards to Ronnie : :
ChlordanePt. Kentucky Fried Chicken down youngest son of Mrs. Annie Thomas. Cunningham scoredone
Andrews Drugs 19-8 behind Ruth Johnson of Starke. Mrs. in the first half as Mark \
50% the running of Daryl Thorntonand Johnson has two more sons Milner passed five yards to IIY ,
REG 349 $297 I ?.. Craig Sapp. Daryl had playing in the flag football Kuy Kendall for the score. The ::
\ MalathionSpectracide two touchdowns and Craig one leagues, Leonard (Chub), 11, score at halftime was 26-6. : .
for the winners. Chuck Bantam League, and II. L. The second half saw Bad-
Johnson scored Andrews' lone (Chuck), 9,who is a teammateof cock score just one and that
touchdown and Kevin Howe Jeff's. was on a pass interception by
got a two-point safety for Standings: Guaranty -3-0-1, Thomas as he ran it back 50
25% DIAZNON $ Andrews' total of eight points.On KFC 2+1. Andrews 1-3, yards for the score. Cunningham's -
1 other
Community Bank 13. score cameon
5 OZ. REG. 2.10 Monday, October 15, Schedule: Monday, October a 10-yard pass from Dwight
Community Bank won its first 22.4 p.m. KFC vs Andrews Elder to Mark Milner.
PREPARE NOW game of the season slipping 7- p.m. Guaranty vs Community Schedule: Tuesday,October
COLD DRIVES 6 by KFC Ricky Sullivan was Bank. Wednesday,October 24- 23 1517 BESSENT ROAD CX STARKE, FLORIDADON'T:1 etiaoo
the difference in the game as 4 pm. Community Bank vs 7:30: pm. Builders vs
THE RATS AND a 1 he scored a touchdown and KFC 5pm. Guaranty vs Cunningham, 9 p.m Badcockvs t o a a?ju>j>j>j> o.JL_n" ott B agaa a a BOOt Baa OB noQa ; a"
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J :la/king A special ensemble group is were selected by auditioning school program in November,

6 t made up of Keystone School before the music instructor close to the Thanksgiving
students showing excellent Mrs Anell Dell. I
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current Florida Agriculture one thing Farm Bureau is s lip ; IRISH SPRINGDEODORANT br 4! PKG. OF 2
Queen, Miss Veronica LOCAL FARM: BUREAU trying to do. BURGESSSOAP
Woerner. I know that, he-cause On October first we began a y
when she arrived that af new Farm Bureau year. For 0 'D' BATTERIES
ternoon with a group of other several continuous years we HOUSEHOLDTested ,
people she was the first one I have experienced an increaseIn iaA n oouin >
saw. 1 can tell you that she Bradford County growth.We +' BURG 3O*
knows where Bradford County ended this official year
is on the map, a nd some of the with 620 family memberships. Tips To Help You I i FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES
good features about Bradford Secretary Freddie Wat- / wAS2l4af WAS te
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president of (Florida Farm than during any other year. Making an old fiber glass f I I jaclctt. For
Bureau, Receiving the paperis This tells us something for bathtub or shower stall look radios,
your writer. ,which we are proud. like new can be as easy as MEN'SPOLYESTER and battery
Now. the special (occasion is This Saturday evening we polishing furniture. toys.
the dedication: of our new will report some of those good Start by removing built KNIT !
Florida I Farm Bureau things during our big annual up dirt and grime with any DRESS SLACKSES0
building This program was membership meeting. popular liquid detergent-full
part of a two day planning During the day a special strength from the bottle -
session with county committee will be preparingthe rubbing with a sponge. Non- SAVE SAO
presidents. Take a look at the meal. At the Starke State abrasive scouring pads madeof 75 LBS
building in the background. I Farmers market at about 5 nylon, saran or polyethylene I
have seen pictures of other p.m. the whistle will sound can be used sparinglyfor '- Dl.count P,'" Wa. Sr<< OHM 70%
state headquarters buildings indicating that it is time to lineup hard-to-remove stains. .
and none will top ours. because it is feeding time.A As a last resort, turpentineor Special Purchase) CHLORINE
All service departmentshave short program, including paint thinner should remove Y Polyester blends. 1, y II'
offices in this buildingand drawing for door prizes, will persistent spots. Be sure y %. +ry, I Permanent Press. _
any agency can be be held on the open market to follow safety directionson .' Superbly tailored oft z
reached by calling one platform. As members arrive, the container and use the finest, fabrics byf
number. In the planning they will pick up a ballot to these volatile materials onlyin SAVE f e\-: :--' famous maker.\ r was..34x8$
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there would be plenty of space directors. from open flame. MEN'S 'InnrKIClERS' first quality. Some [ [ ., and growth of
for a long time. Farm Bureau (Farm Bureau is "Doing for Never use metal scouring slightly Irregular. kills effect.
programs have increased, farmer, what farmer wants pads or abrasive powders. WAS t.' which many 4
activities have increased, and done" When we can work for They will remove the protective ,J.M I n fee lion.I may
now just three months after things like that we feel that coating on fiber glass way to
completion there is no extra we can boast about our fixtures. Indestructible pool healthy
Polyester uppers. -
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The building is located on a we encourage any clean, the original of colors. Sizes 7 to 12.
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:: : : : ::: ::::: : ::: : :::: : :::&: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Speak At Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.:i
) Morning Worship, 11 a.m.;
Morning Worship at 11; Church Training, 6:15: WMU
WJ. Churchwell RecommendJesus' ;
MM. Matchett sermon: "I Pine LevelRev. Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening
SOCIAL NEWS Givens; Walker ; Youth Handbells. 5 .
Elizabeth 7:30.Monday
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_ By Services will begin with Rev. W. J Churchwell Church Worship
Day. a p.m.; Training, 6:15: ; Youth
who has Choir
Sunday School at 9:30.: Mor- former pastor of the First Marshall Matchett, 69, of Evening Praise, 7:30: ; ser- Shelby Mayo, 7
Roosevelt Taylor and Morning service at 11; Choir ning service at 11. Evening United Methodist Church of Hampton died Saturday, Oct. mon: "Heirs of the Promise." just returned from Indoesla, Study; Young. Married Bible
family were weekend visitorsof Union will be held at 3p m, at Starke,died Choir will be guest speaker at the 7:30.Tuesday
service, 6 p.m. Friday,Oct. 12, in 13, in Bradford County Monday-Boy's ((9-12),
his brother, Hardrick Pine Level Baptist Church at 7p.m. Bible Study, 10
Macclenny, Allen Chapel Men's
The annual Day a Jacksonville hospital.A Hospital after an extended 3:30: p.m.; Crusader Bells,
Taylor, and other relatives of Church. Sunday, Oct. 21. a.m.; Special Adult Choir
Evening service, celebration will terminate native of Brookfield, Ga., illness.A long-time l resident of 4:15: ; Youth Choir, 7 p.m. .
the city. He attended church 5:30.: All members are askedto October 28. All members are Mr. Churchwell had been a Hampton, Mr. Matchett was Tuesday Carol Choir, 3:30: ; Rev. Mayo resigned a Practice, 7:30.Wednesday: .
services at Allen Chapel cooperate with these ser asked toplease cooperate with resident of Florida for more on Carol Handbells; Girls inAction successful pastorate in 1968 to Prayer
born in Putnam County
where his brother theMen's and the field of Meeting, Mission Friends
was vices. open ,
prepare
this activity. than 50 lie started his 9-11 4:15.
and :
years. Dec. 13, 1903, was a yrs
Day speaker. Greater Bethlehem Ebenezer Baptist Church, ministry in Cordele, Ga. in member of the Christian Wednesday Acteens ((12-14 Indonesia for the W.B.F. He Preteen Bible Study, 7:30:
Pvt. Deborah J. Walker has Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 1913 and had served 17 Church. yrs), 5 p.m.; Family Night and his family left the United p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30.:
successfully completed the Jasper Williams pastor. Weekly services began with churches in Florida, including Surviving is his wife, Ruth, Supper at 6; Hour of Power, States in December of 1969 Thursday Youth Bible
Basic Health Service Course Schedule and have now returned hometo Study, 8 p.m.Denton .
as follows: Weekly Senior Choir rehearsal Starke. R. A. ((9-11 ), 6:30: (
of Hampton one daughter, yrs ;
;
given at Fort Sam Houston, the of the Sumrall,Pastor
services began with Ushers Wednesday night. Sunday Survivors include his Mrs. Barbara Pearson, Teachers and Officers report on progress
Texas and is home on leave, Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3 will begin with widow work before returning to
services Mrs. Lillian B. Orlando; one son, Wayne Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir .
visiting with her parents Rev. meeting Monday night. Senior Sunday School at 9:45.: Mor- Churchwell,of Jacksonville; a Matchett, Satellite Beach Practice 8 p.m.Thursday Indonesia. Mr. Mayo reports
and Mrs. W. H. Walker, of Choir meeting Tuesday night. ning service at 11 with the daughter, Mrs. Sylvia and three sisters, Mrs.; Music Makers; that several missions have Valued Contrib fays that
Starke. She will be reporting Prayer Meeting Wednesday Senior Choir serving. Evening Caruthers, Inverness; and a Frances Wadsworth, Hampton World Friends, 3:30: ; Mission! been established, a Bible .one nice thing about a non-
for duty in Pennsylvania on night. Thursday (tonight) the service, 7 p.m. foster daughter, Mrs. Ondina Mrs. Joe Day and Mrs. Friends; Pre-School Music Institute has been started, anda 1 election summer 1* that a
Nov. 1. Ladies Circle will meet. New Bethel Baptist Church, Page, Elmhurst, Ill. Inzie; Morrow, both of Plant Activities, 4:05: ; Visitation, 7 foundation has been formed man can walk around with
CHURCH NEWS Friday night, Prayer Band Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Funeral services were held which can be of real 'his coat over his shoulder
Greater Allen Chapel AME will meet at the home of Mrs. Sunday School wil conclude at 2 p.m. Monday in the City.Funeral services were held p.m.Ben P.Bryant,Pastor. assistance to other In- without being mistaken for a
Church, Rev. B. C. Williams G. G. McAuthor. Saturday services Sunday at 9:30.: Murray Hill United Methodist at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Jones --- ---ml.- dependant Baptist candidate.
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pastor. Services will begin dinners will be sold from the Regular services will be held Church, Jacksonville, Memorial Chapel with Jake missionaries who may desireto *
with Sunday School at 10 a.m. kitchen. Sunday is Pastoral Sunday, Oct. 28. followed by interment in Thomas and Jim Shaw con- Poems, oa KHmer remarked enter Indonesia as
factual
Riverside Memorial Park may not be at lovely as missionaries.Mr. report on Christian
Cemetery. ducting. Interment was in the tree, but at least !you don't Mayo is well known Missions in Indonesia, whichhe
Hampton Cemetery with have to spray, prune and among Independent Baptist presents by preaching, as
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
PORTRAIT SPECIAL Amy CoburnMiss Home in charge.Card sweep up around a ..onnet.I cnurcnes ana nas a unique, well as slides.

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"LIVING COLOR"Oct.19&20 i Amy Coburn, 89, of Of ThanksI

Starke, died Tuesday, Oct. 9,
Photograph Hours 10-6 in the Starke Nursing Home want to thank my many Dairi]
after extended
an illness. A
friends for all their kindnessto
Amazing QualityAt long-time resident of Starke, me while I was in Bradford Queen
she was born in Douglass, County Hospital All the cards,
This Low Price Kan.on Oct. 4,1884, and was a beautiful flowers, get well brazier;
member of the Methodist *
Studio messages and visits were very
By Sharp ] r Church. much appreciated.My .
is sister Mrs.
Surviving one sincere thank also to
11x14 W. L. Blair, of Eldorado, Kan. Dr. H. H. Adams you and Rev. Maidens Of Our Court
Funeral services were held James Creegan. God bless all
at 2 p.m. Friday at the L).
Natural Color Semi of you. "Kosemary
graveside in Crosby Lake
Life Size Cemetery with Rev.George L. Erhard. ItpAcMMatJl LISA
NEWMANand
Harper officiatinz. Interment PJ7 I-II
Wall Portrait followed under direction of
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral want to thank each and
Home. everyone in Starke and
$1.99No
Only Bradford County for their
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thoughtfulness, prayers
( visits, cards and flowersshown
Handling Charge
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST me during my
Limit One Per Person, is CHURCH husbands illness and death
'
One Per Family r" Four miles west of Starke on Mrs. W.E.LawsonINMEMORIUM TERRY KITE

Groups $2 Per Person' 7 SR-100.
This week's Mission Con- l n .L "' ) s
Additional (S ference schedule:
Morning Services, 10 a.m.,
Subjects $3.99 Wednesday through Saturday,
All Work FullyGuaranteed L except Saturday. DEAN ALAN BROWN Oct. BE A WINNER TORNADOES
Evening Services, 7:30: 18, 1972
p.m., Wednesday through You left us before we could
Friday. say goodbye.But .
LimitKoch's
No age Mission Banquet, 7 p.m. a love remains that will
Saturday. never die. 964-8911
Drug Store Sunday Evening Service, 7
Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister
p.m.All visitors welcome. and Grandmother. 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
VV. Call St. Up ,

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'LAW TEY ******************* History Group To Hear Tails On Capt. Bradford .

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r- I & Mrs. W. C. Copeland of in the Civil War and in whose of the old Bradford County
By Elizabeth T.lirrvcnURCIi 1"0 $: L Madison will be guest speaker honor Bradford County was Courthouse and plans for
C v; J at the Historical Society named continued work in the future.
ACTIVITIESFaith night. After playing some I. meeting at 7:30: p.m. tonight All members and The building was recently
games, the honoree opened Rev. and Mrs. Charlie L (Thursday) in the Bradford prospective members deeded by the School Board to
Baptist Church her lovely gifts.Refreshmentsof Redding, of Raiford, visited C F County Library. She will have urged to attend this important are the Bradford County
Radio Program over WPXE cake and punch were Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan By P some interesting information meeting and hear a Historical Board of Trusteesand
Starke,8 a.m. Sundays. Bible served the 37 ladies who at- Friday morning. Other guests L on Capt. Richard Bradford, report on what has progress already will be used later for a
School 10 a.m. Worship ser- tended. Friday night were Mr. and : Mona MarchantIt the first Florida officer killed been done toward restoration county museum.
vices at 11 and 7:30. School on Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo, Mrs.Wade GaskJns, of Starke.) Persons with articles they
Bible Doctrine, Tuesday 8 was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Russell Wood entertained would like to display in the
p.m.at Pastor's home.Prayer Mrs. P. Li. Dinkins, on Mon- at a birthday partyat seems that everyone is you had in us to( represent the Trish Myers On museum are invited to attend
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 day. While here they visited the Skating Rink at Starke full of school spirit this time of Junior class.ATTENTION. this meeting and list their
p.m., Bible Study. Mrs. Francis Hamilton and honoring her son, Wayne, who year because of Homecoming, Wesleyan Swim Team items.
Grace United Methodist Mrs. Charles Dinkins in was 13 years old on Wed- Princesses, floats, and skits.
Church-Sunday School 9:45: : Bradford County Hospital. nesday,Oct. 17. There were 25 The students this year have !
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. Elnora Privett young people who enjoyed the really worked hard to make Miss Patricia Myers of a theme based on "Songs of "An ounce of preventioncosts
and 8 p.m MYF Sunday nightat returned to the home of her occasion with him. He their class stand out even if Deadline news materials Starke has been selected to bea Love." what a pound of cure
6:30: followed by Choir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. received some lovely gifts. there were no judging on each week is Monday afternoon member of the Wesleyan Splinters is an honorary cost a decade ajro."-Lee R.
Practice.The and Mrs. Refreshments of cake and ice floats and skits. College synchronized service of
Bobby Norman on ,no later than 3 p.m. If group comprised a Call Star In-
Annual Charge Conference Wednesday after surgery on cream were served. you have late news, it should swimming team, Naiads, for maximum of 10 percent of the Valley (Wyo.)
of the church was held her neck on Monday. We are Mrs. Nellie Parrish of be in the following week's 197374. She was also tapped sophomore class. Membersare dependent.
Sunday night. Dr. Durwood pleased to announce that sheis Maxville, was a Thursday Tonight is the night for article. into the Splinters organizationat chosen by the Student
McDonnell, District improving greatly. evening dinner guest of her TORNADO WHIRL which will Wesleyan College on Sept. Recreation Board and the old "Few people are fast
Superintendent, of Gainesvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jones, of sister-in-law, Mrs. Hester be held at the stadium with a 18.The Splinters. enough to keep up with their
in charge. Welt Palm Beach, were Hicks. bon-fire afterwards, and FOOTBALL JERSEYS major production by Trish is the daughter of good intentiol1s.llerman
Highland Baptist Church Wednesday overnight guestsof Mrs. Ruth Barthlow of tomorrow night is the big Naiads will be Its annual John and Barbara Myers of Gross, Tri-County (Mo.)
Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. Mrs. Bryant Reddish. Middleburg, spent the night for the Homecoming ...are $6.50 with name and water show in February with Kingsley Lake. News.
Worship Services 11 a.m. Another guest was her sister- weekend with her sister, Mrs. Queen and her court. Also number in any two or three
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. in-law, Mrs. Ray Dorman, of Mae Wells. tomorrow there is a parade colors. Buy your jersey now
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Orlando, who spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, with the class and club floats and help out the Spanish Club.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at night. They visited their Jr., and family spent Sunday which will start at 1:15 p.m. See Beverly Meng, Shuri
7:30.: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. afternoon with their parents, Then at 8 p.m. the Tornadoeswill Williams Glenda Epps, Florida National Banksappreciate
and Mrs. Don Wilson, of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. BoyetteSr. take on the Palatka South James Chandler Debbie
LAWTEV ELEMENTARYPlans Macclenny Friday.Mr. ., in Lake City. Braves for the game. Barker, or Joy Andrews.
and Mrs. James An- Mrs. G. L. Sapp of Starke, Following the game there will
for Halloween Car- ders, of Palatka, were spent Sunday afternoon with be a dance at the new National
nival are under way for Thursday evening dinner Mrs. Hester licks. Guard Armory with "Genius" This year's Pep Club has
Saturday Oct. 27. Thetraditional guests of their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Norman playing. Admission is $2. been organized and proves to
Fish Supper will be and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Padgett, of Lake Wales, be a fantastic promotion of
served, either fried or Friends of Ivory Thompson, James Padgett and his fiance, spirit. A special section is
smoked.Price will be$1.50 for regret that he is a patient in of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins Andy roped off for the Pep Club your money
adults anyone over 12 yearsof Riverside Hospital, where he Harry Wilkerson, Mrs. Carl Baldree, and Tommy Millerare during the pep rallies and
age. underwent surgery on Norman and sons, and Mrs. attending the National football games and the club
Tuesday. He is doing real Marcus Griffis and girls, were FFA Convention in Kansas can be heard for miles.
PERSONALS well.David all Sunday guests of Mrs. City, Missouri this week. faster.
Kelly of Florida Darlene and sons. . .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelley Southern College, Lakeland, Mrs. Marcus Griffis'en.
and children, and Miss Susie spent the weekend with his tertained her daughter,Janet, The new 73-74 Junior class The Pep Club proudly
Hilliard attended the Kelley parents, Mr. and Mrs. George on her 6th birthday Tuesday representatives are: Kim elected Margaret Ann Nor
Family Reunion in Kelly. Also visiting the Kellyswas with party. Fourteen guests Hodges, Mona Marchant, man as its 73-74 president. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE -: ;
Tallahassee at the home of Miss Renee Harrison, were present. After playing Nancy Lee,Janice Davis,Neil Margaret Ann named Kathy Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone:964-7050
their brother and sisterinlaw who is also a student of the some games and the openingof Golden and Donald Sewell. Locke as the business
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. College.Mr. her lovelv Rifts! refreshments We appreciate the confidence manager.
of cake and ice cream
and Mrs. Jeff
Kelley. There were 75 guests Morganand
present for the occasion. son,of Albany, Ga., spent were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley, the weekend with their Miss Marjorie Ann Denmanand
of Cniefland, were Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris guests celebrated her 18th IveryDayLowPricc] FOOD
overnight guests of their Kelley and family. birthday Saturday night. The EveryDayLowPrice]
Mr.and Mrs.Ernest Hewitt,
brother-in-law and sister Mr. party was given by her aunt,
and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and of Tallahassee spent the Mrs.John Kuhne at her home
family. The Kunne's spent weekend with their parents, from 7 to 12 pm. Those at- FLORIDA GRADE 'A' CENTER CUTFRESH
Saturday and Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. tending the party were: Sandy FAIR
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Dobbs, Mike Dobbs, Robyn
Mr. and Mrs.Jim Newsom, of Clellan, Daren and Paul, of and Scott Tinsler, Douglas SIRLOINSTEAKS
Chiefland and the Mobleys. Jesup Ga., visited their Herndon,Jerri Starling, Janet
Northside Baptist Church parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les McCrary Brenda Holmes, SUPERMARKETS
sponsored a skating party for Mack McClellan.Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs, Randy Fields, FRYERS STARKE'S
the young people at the of the State Helen Kuhne, John Kuhne, WALNUT ST.
Farm. 320 SOUTH
Skating Rink in Starke on Kelly Fields, and Craig
Saturday night. They then Mrs. Edith Swinney was a Holmes. The party consistedof enwrD.rD.eae. .' GOOD T miJIuiGI na
returned to the church for Sunday Wednesday and the ; : WMK OHU'BUVB. DODD TMHUWID
Cake
( a Celebration and OCT 24 1t71 OGANNTVrGNla
hamburger fry with all the Friday overnight guest of her games afterward. $159 NCSIIIVIOI.J.dOIH .

trimmings. Forty-five guests and son-in-law Mrs. and C. A.daughter North, Mr.and Mrs.Joyce Futch: ,of Starke, WHOLE4 7e 'we an pltaiKl to leapt
were present and it was en- was a dinner guest of her U.I.D.1. FOOD ITAMPCOUPONS
joyed by all. family of Jacksonville. sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry,
The home of Mrs Keeffee Harrell, of ', '' .
Bryant on Monday prior to moving,to '''
..,Reddish was the setting for a Jacksonville, called on Miss her new home Tuesday in .. w S --
Stork.Shower.for.Mrs. Gwen Arthurine Blanchard on his Blackshear, Ga. *- '. BONELESS MW ;
I way to the football game The FULL cur ( CENTER
Starling Jackson on Tuesday First Grade Class CHUCK
I Saturday afternoon. visited the Starke Fire Stationon 1 CUT ; CHUCKLEWMI ,

.. Oct. 11. They are busy 1
i i writing reports and drawing BW
pictures of what they saw on iROASifeiSTEAKSS149 ; I
the visit. Miss Annie B. Anderson STEAKS : \:
and Mrs. Rebecca
;
Dobbins are the teachers.

graders Mrs. Thelma have received Knight's fifth certificates it | 1hihc* I 9Sc

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report on progress of the SL ttittia a _
1972 COUPE DEVILLE Committee on Transportation m
White vinyl over blue, blue fabric Interior AM-FM, tilt was given to the membership.Other McCormick .
telescopic wheel, electric windows and seats,power steering, information will be Pantry PUNCH
power brakes, cruise control, air.1972FLEETWOOD. supplied after this Committee REGULAR GRIND 1 SKILLET
meets again for further Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK J
BROUGHAM discussion and action.A LAUNDRY ,

4-Door hardtop, white vinyl over red, white leather, AM-FM COFFEE MAGIC
stereo, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, meeting of all persons DETERGENT ;
power door locks, 60-40 seats, light sentinel receiving Social Security and 1 HELPERS
Welfare, Old Age Assistance, 1
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and Food Stamps was calledat
1972 SEDAN DE VILLE the Recreation Center, LB -- <: 1 840z 99DINNER /$1
4-Door hardtop, blue vinyl over white, white leather,AM-FM Pratt St., Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. 75 1 Frrfrfar ,

power power door brakes.locks electric windows and seats, power steering, Security Field workers Administration from the Social, BAGEveryDayLowPrke ; BOX uwrucff i o': v.!:

Gainesville, were present to
1971 SEDAN DE VILLE explain the changes in Supplementary BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeROSEDALE
4-Door hardtop, black vinyl over gold with black fabric, AM- Security Income
wheelelectric windows beginning Jan. 1, 1974. SWtlt ft MfUOW FRESH
FM stereo,tilt and telescopic steering
and seats, power steering power brakes, power door locks. Golden RipeBANANAS .Ui-; CALIFORNIABROCCOLI PUMPKIN
It was good to see Jessie : IicIui.j
1971 COUPE DE VILLE Bowden and Flossie Prescott,
both of whom have been ill for
2-Door hardtop Green Vinyl over green with green leather,
some time.A .
AM-FM Stereo,tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power door BUNCH

locks. welcome back was givento
Velma Maas who has been
FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM absent for a long time. Mrs. PILLSBURY CAKEMIXES VIVA PUMPKIN or
White vinyl over turquoise with white leather, loaded with Amelia Hoffman became a 1 t wrt/crfrrrrttr/ / 1

equipment, AM-FM Radio, power door locks, 60-40 split front new memberIt rmnmlinnicn i 1 MINCE MEAT
seats and much more. 1 ,, 1

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YELLOW & CHOC FUDGE P' ES
1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE Senior Citizen Joe Stein 17.5oz PRINTS OR I 1BMPtfCf!
i 4-Door Sedan, green with green leather accessories Keystone Heights suffered a 18oz WHITE, CHOC MACAROON J 1 1a
LOADED. Local owner serviced by Brasington. Low mileage fractured hip after being BUTTER ; I
" extra dean. knocked down by a car in the ET RITZ
Plaza Shopping Center, Mon., 3/l GIANT 3ASS'T'jCOL'$1 j FROZEN 3/$1
1972 CADILLAC ELDORADO Sept. 8. Joe is In Alachua 200z
County General Hospital, ROLLS ;
2-Door Hardtop Coupe.White padded vinyl half roof with sunroof Gainesville. Cards cheerful ASST. ;
beautiful interior with white leather,
front wheel drive,
notes and visits will be ap-
60-40 front seats. 6-wey electric seats on both aides, cruise EveryDayLowPrke
preciated by Joe and his wife EveryDayLowPrkeLIBBY'S EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeFNESH
control, climate control tilt and telescopic steering wheel. Elsie.A .
HALLOWEEN SAKEDDINNER
light sentinel,automatic light dimmer power door locks and FRESH BAKED
lots of other accessories. This car has eye appeal. See to CANDY ANGEL FOOD
motto was adopted
appreciate. unanimously introduced by CORN r.11i1 S3 ROLLS BAR CAKE

Secretary Della Speed which HCMMCL5l
reads, "Cheerfulness,
BRASINGTONCadillac Dignity, Righteousness and
Aid to( Senior Citizens."

Oldsmobile Our Halloween Party will beheld
at our next meeting. All --------------,
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Undefeated Bolles Wins 14-6





TornadoesWilJFaceUndefeated Outscraps Struggling Big Red"Damn



good team!"Holies get yardage at crucial points, chase him down al .the going lo the Tornadoes. But again went to the air. Rollingto
students yelled Friday night espcially as the game wore on. sideline. the Big Red eleven could not his left he threw to Matt
and the undefeated Bulldogswere The first Bolles TD came Before the Bulldogs get the pigskin into the end Hull at the 17 and Hull carriedto
Braves good enough to deal 1 the with 39! seconds left in the first probably somewhat relaxed i zone after two excellent the Bolles 8 for a Big Red
struggling Tornadoes of half with running back Ron with the 14 point lead, could chances in the first half. first down.
Bradford High a 14-6 defeat in Higgins going the final half figure things out Bradford The first I break came when, in the air, QB
Jacksonville.It yard for the score. It took quarterback Charlie Green on a field wet from rain and Green Staying tried for tight end
was homecoming for Higgins{ a tough 5-8170 pound tossed a perfect strike to heavy dew, Bolles' Scott Sheldon Hodge in the end zone
Bolles and the Bulldogs speedster, three tries from the wideout Ronnie Hall at the left Danson let Charlie Green's but Bolles' Ron Higgins hit
For HomecomingBradford tenaciously contained the three yard line hurdling a sideline. The speedy Hall punt slip through his hands. Hodge hard as he caught the
Tornadoes of Coach David huge pile up and landing on carried the pigskin for 30 Bradford's David McMillian ball and it popped loose. On
Hurse for almost other side the down recovered the ball at the
42 minutes the to get more yards the sideline: second down Matt Hull caught
varsity footballerswill The Tornadoes will go into have won over Live Oak 20-0, while putting together drivesof touchdown. Gordon Terry keeping Bolles tacklers off Bolles 34.Going another Green pass but was
53 and 56 yards for their two kicked the extra point wobblyand balance with his broken field to the air QB Green
face their second undefeated the game with a 2-2-1 record Kickarcjs 7-6 Ocala Forest 14- held to a three yard gain as
team in a row this with wins over Ocala' 14, Eastside 10-0 and then game winning touchdowns. to the right but good and running for a first down at the missed on his initial attempt Bolles' Danson racked him up
Friday night when the Tornadoes Vanguard and Live Oak, while Orange Park 260. Coming off a 27.1 record last Bolles look a 7-0 lead into the Bolles 15. Running back when Danson broke up a pass hard.
play homecoming foe losing to St Augustine and Bradford will be playing season, I including a 27-6 dressing room at halftime Tommy Reddish, returning to at the corner of the end zone From the Bolles five Green
Palatka South at Bradford Holies and tying Buchholz sotar with the absence of Terry pasting by the 1972 Tornadoes, Second Bolles score came action in the final minutes of intended for Pete Puckett. On went back to pass again but
Bolles far this has with left in the ball the Bolles his second Green hit Matt
Donald Loper, Mike so season 6:10: gameon game after beingout try
Stadium starting a 8 p.m. this The Hayes was chased deep as a Bulldog
season. Braves
Gaskin and Dale four beaten Green Cove 24-0, Live a 56 yard drive in which all season, scooted over Hull at the right sideline for lineman broke the BITS
starters. Hayes HaasL oper Oak 26-0 Gainesville Eastside fullback Chris Pineda was the right guard on a trap play nine yards to the Bolles 25, forewall. It was the best
both played defense end and 28-13, and Madison 4719. big horse getting 37 yards in avoided on Bulldog tackier, where Bolles' Jay Chase and Green could do to scramble
broke their hands in the St. But the Bulldogs had their seven plays and scoring the and sprinted into end zone for Chris Pineda made the tackle. back to the line of scrimmage.On .
Augustine game. Haas hands full Friday night with TD from 11-2 yards out. Terry the TC, the drive covering 45 Running back Tim Crews losta fourth down, still from
dislocated his shoulder during Bradford inside Ole Bolles 13 added the extra point and yards in two plays. yard in a try over right the five Green attempted a
practice Monday. yard line twice in the first Bolles led 14-0. QB Charlie Green missed tackle as four Bolles defenders -
The
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"Palatka South is undefeated half. And with the exceptionof When things seemed the the extra point kick a wobblyand swarmed into the Tornado -
and a good team andI one 24 yard pass com worst, the Tornadoes struck to the right effort. Green backfield.On (See Page 11))
think that we are ready to pletion the Bulldogs had to back quickly. Bruce Barnes had a bad night with his toe, fourth and two Green --
out their two touchdownson returned Bolles' kickoff field --- --- ---- ---- ------ ----- -
dig
play our best game of the 30 missing a goal try from
year," stated Head Tornado the ground through a yards to the Bolles 45, heading the 15 and PAT. That ended
Coach David Hurse. stubborn Big Red defense. upfield behind several Tor- scoring for the night at Bolles 301 LOUNGEand I

"If it were not for the fact Stony of the game was the nado blockers, then cutting 14, Bradford 6.
that we were going to play hard charging line, sharply to the right sideline The Bulldogs had all they
getting off the ball quick and avoiding the traffic and could chew in the first half PACKAGE STORE
r ) ,1 (See Page 11)) together was good enough to making the Bolles defenders however with the breaks



L 4 t dr. BHS JV Wins One, Loses Onefor I NOW FEATURING



One win and one loss for the line and ended in a score. BUS Bright for a two point conversion two yards and a second The Cypress
Baby Tornadoes last week, a running back Glen DeSue ran and Bradford led 8-0. down on the four yard line.
t loss 14-8 to Palatka South last seven of the 13 plays in the The ball exchanged hands DeSue got the ball and went
Thursday night,and a 20-8 win drive totaling 36 of the 72 six times in the last of the first over right guard for the four
over Green Cove Tuesday yards covered by Bradford for quarter and most of the yard score that put BIIS ahead I Lounge
night, put them at a 2-3 recordso the icore. second quarter until finally 14-0 with 1:39: left in the half.
I far this season.In Running back Earl Biggs Bradford forced Green Cove Bradford tried giving the ballto I
the Palatka game in in the longest gain of the into situation
put a punting then Aycox for an extra two
Starke the Tornadoes were drive with a 17 yard run that rushed hard and caught the points but failed. Happy Hour4-6 Come By and I
unable to put upa good enough ended pulling with him three punter back at the Blue Devil GC received the second half
offense to win the game but Green Cove defenders.The 19 yard line. Bradford took kickoff and the Bradford Say Hi To Your Friends
completely dominating the score came on a third over with a first down in a kickoff team did a good job of
Green Cove game. down with one yard to go for scoring situation. covering the kick catching the
BUS took the lead early in the touchdown. Quarterback On the first down play runner at the 13 yard line. I Open
the first quarter and never let Jackson Prevatt gave the ballto DeSue carried on the pitch out On the first down for Green
Green Cove get ahead. After Ken Aycox w ho ran over the play to the left for 13 yards to Cove Bradford was chargedwith L1A.M.Til! The !Magic i Hour
receiving the opening kickoff right tackle with 4'12: left in the 6 yard line and another an off sides and clipping
Bradford put together a drive the first quarter Prevail first down. Aycox got the ball Hnvay 301 North Of City Limits
; $ that,started at its own 28 yard threw a pass to Emmett and squeezed. over left tackle (Sea Page ,,11 1)) L
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I Poor Mental Effort Led To Defeat By Bulldogs I



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t "We had the poorest effort ball Coach David Hurse fifth game of the season very disappointing because comments Stuart Strickland Steele. the game and his consistency defensive call,"' says Sexton. Sexton says, the players feel
since last year when we speaking about the per- "I hope we are a better Green couldn't set up and defensive back of the won week each week, according to Bolles had the ball and a the same way.
played Ocala Vanguard," formance of his Tornado team than what the game throw and they didn't block award, due tq his consistentBHSJV. Coach Steele. fourth down with one yard to "We are going to be working
stated (Head Bradford Foot- gridders last Friday night indicated. If not, we are In fora for the runs," says offensiveline "David McMillian also hada go for the first and Sexton hard this week to beat Palatka
against Bolles in Jacksonville."It long season," comments Coach Butch Redding. good ball game and I was called a bad defense for that South for homecoming*
with the situation, stated Sexton.
was a case of not being Hurse. most pleased punt according to Sexton.
r .'ull-Employment mentally prepared and our The only person that Coach "We didn't have an outstanding returning of Larry Sherman Coaches at the Tornado field "Bolles beat us consistentlyon
Growth Anticipated.. kids always find It difficult to Hurse felt needed to be lineman this week (From Page 10)) with two good runs one of 50 house Monday felt like the the line of scrimmage, both
get up for playing Bolles," recognized for the game was and maybe we will be having penalty that put Green Cove at yards," stated Steele."We i Tornadoes are a better club offensively and defensively,"
By Bank of AmericaThe says Hurse. Steve Register, who plays some personnel changes, the 35 yard line with a first didn't play good than the game indicated and. concluded Sexton.
The Tornadoes center offense and tackleon because last week they just down.
pattern of consumer now own a 2- on football and we put an awful
t spending over the next six 2-1 record while the Bulldogs defense didn't get the Job done," says On that down the Green lot of time last week workingon
remain undefeated "The offensive line Redding. Cove quarterback was caughtin
after theTornadoes was the passing game and
nine months will
to largely BRADFORD ROPING CLUB
the back field and Lavern didn't
determine the overall patternof Bradford's secondary undoubtedly spend
Marks recovered the fumble
economic activity in the Lose. escaped the game making just and Bradford took over at the enough time" on the running
United States over the next few mistakes, most coming 31 yard line of Bl IS with a first game commented
Defensive Line Coach Mike Invites
i two years, says a Hank of (From Page 10)) from the Bolles sweep and down. Sexton. Riders
option plays to the outside,
America economic forecast. kick had plenty of distance but Terry broke through to hail according to Secondary Coach BITS kept the ball for three "They beat us consistently and
"The longer the current was wide to the right, so that Green at the 15, a five yard Keith Steele. downs and was unable to on the running game
boom in consumer durables chance at putting Bradford loss.On make a first down. On the especially in the second half"lsays Spectators!
continues, the more severe points on the board failed. third down from the 15, "Bolles Quarterback Don fourth down play DeSue got Sexton."I .
Green threw low and In the the ball and took it over right feel like I haveto
Bolles definitely
will be the correction in could get only four Buell threw for one long pass,
yards before a stubborn BHS ground to Matt Hull at the 10, but rather than a defensive tackle but didn't make the take the blame for the
1974, says the current fore- defense. Ron Higgins punted and the ball squired loose. On mistake it was a good catch," first. second Bolles touchdown THERE WILL BE A HORSE SHOW
cast, "Focus on the U.S. from Bolles' 24 and the Reds' fourth down Green tried to hit explains Steele. Green Cove took over at the because I made a poor
Economy : the Next 18 Pete Puckett carried the ball Ronnie Hall in the end zone. IOU we had contained the 24 yard line with a first down HELD EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Hall In the clear and opened up with a 32 yard
Months. down the sideline behind a was by sweep and the option, I think
The big question facing the wall of blockers for 47 yards several yards and the pass that it would have made the pass that put them at the BEGINNING
AT 7:30 P.M.
economy is whether the rapid before Bolles' Mark Elsinger appeared on target, but difference in the ball game," (See Page 16)) :
finally made the stop at the Bolles' Scott Danson barely)
the 1 1c
during first
expansion Bulldog 13 yard line. got his hand on the ball,, AT THE FAIR GROUNDS.
half of 1973 can be slowed to
Once again Bradford deflecting it out of Hall'sreach. Homecoming Game. .
more sustainable rates with- knocked at the Bulldog goal. That ended the second
out causing an actual downturn Running back Tim Crews got Bradford threat.It .
in economic activity. three yards over the right side was Bolles who came out (From Page 10)) Four Games Will Be Run With '!"
The report indicates that it of the Bolles line to the 10. strong in the second half. t tAsk
Then QB Green went to the Taking the BHS kick off from would be will be Marshall Williams, an
can. air Palatka South it Fee.
excellent blocker who hits the Entry Jack Pot Event Will BeHeld
their own 37 the Bulldogs
again but fa fled to get his first difficult to make a come back hole extremely hard and is a

aerial Bolles' effort linebacker away GordonSirmones when (Sea Page 16)in ) having talents of excellent being very speed quick hit-, hard Playing runner.on defense at left t CharleyE. Every Saturday Night.

301 ting the hole very quick and linebacker will be 175 pound
who is a good runner, ac- junior Thomas Williams who .
Is Ar eaGridB ack cording to the scouting report. has good speed and sets up
DRIVEIN Playing at the fullback spot quickly on the passing play. JohnsAbout
Union County Tiger running three games while having after a game like that," says At the right linebacker is
Show Begins At Sundown back Curtiss Sirmones has other high totals. Hurse of last weeks Bolles Phil Leary, a 175 senior, who KEYSTONE MELROSE
been chosen by the Last Friday night against encounter in Jacksonville. sets up fast on the pass plays. This Question
Fri. Sat. Gainesville Sun as the offensive North Florida Christian the Palatka has senior quar- Palatka is extremely iUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S
Lake Butler junior totaled 244 "Our firm requires that all
back of the week for terback threat Mark Murphy, physical and a very quick
the second week in a row. yards in kickoff and punt an excellent signal caller, team that does not make those employees handling the
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Ha. was..dent gaining over 200\ards rushing the greatest athlete scouting report. nadoes have faced this year. public officials?" SUM'S { j, Yee HAIDWAIIANi
:. until rtranper Mr I've ever coached," said first At the slot man spot is The Braves like to run the
to/Mad/ !punt year Coach Jack Jones of Walter Oliver the best sweep, a problem that BHS Charley E. Fish -fTStuff ITB
xtI Lake Butler. "He never receiver for Palatka. Oliver is had with Bolles last Friday I&I-+
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Alice,as she finished off the last bite of Alice.

cake labelled EAT ME"now I'm Dr. Troy Johnson, our
In his Monday night farewell, Mr. did
re Extension Agronomist, a
opening up like the largest telescopethat Agnew splattered the whitewash on I B i y 3 good job discussing winter
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ever was. Lewis Carroll, himself liberally, falling back on the IT forage production at the

"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." old anti-Watergate argument that ill! .. Cattleman's meeting last
Thursday night. He mentionedthat
"everybody does itwhy not me?
We cannot help but wonder what ;: the small grains like rye
) ; or oats, and ryegrass can
Alice would have exclaimed had she
He would have us believe that thereare .. produce a high quality feed for
been seated in front of the TV screen no honest) Governors, since it is "a livestock in late winter and

Monday night to hear ex-Vice long established custom" to accept a 'I 1 I 1V 1- early spring. However, these

President Spiro Agnew's strange kick-backs from contractors to sup- j.ji : are expensive crops and

address to the American public. plement sorely needed campaign slush r e should make be them managed economical.properlyto

funds. "Only this and nothing more," r 1

"Curiouser and curiouser," Alice quoth Mr. Agnew, like the Raven- I have a production guide

would no doubt have mumbled again, denying that any of these funds had for you that outlines a

between bites of cake. gone for his personal gain. F I .I C J f fJ 1 t4Ir your testing production to copy grazing.program and If from you follow soil get


And how right she'd be. Mr. Nixon, himself, has said that --.- ;l lj 1 the suggestions, you should be

none of the charges against Agnew able to use these crops to help

Here was a man who had pleaded bore on his activities as vice president.But save on your winter feed bil .

"nolo contendere" (no defensetan the record submitted by the Dr Johnson also discussedthe

tamount to an admission of guilt) on a Justice Department shows that Vice of growing
advantages
"' tR' > : :.
!: :
charge of income tax evasion, and now President Agnew was in fact receiving -;;:-: .' .<0- .J. 0< .... clover if the cattleman has

attempting to portray his resignationfrom kickback payments as late as clover-growing land. I

office as a great service to the December 1972, and what campaign, ((1)) discussed this in this column
last week hoping to get more
nation. No mention made of the
was
were they used in? of our cattlemen interested in
great service to himselftaking advantage growing clover again. I'm

of a deal with the Justice "Curiouser\ and curiouser," quoth Millard Judd Shows glad to report that I have had
Department to plea "no contest"to one Alice. Drawing several calls about soil testing

of the minor charges against him, in and fertilization for clover. I
Compounding( the strange appearance hope we have a good growing
order to a highly probable jail
term on much escape more serious charges.Mr. was doggedly of Mr. Agnew determined Monday praise night of Old Courthouse As It Was In 1910The season consider to this encourage important others crop.to


Agnew was obviously seeking to Nixon as"a great President," a tribute Our 4-H program is gettingoff

explain, with no explanation; to that surely must have gagged him justa old Bradford) County saw. Also notable is the absence the funds earmarked for the Bradford County Telegraphfor to a good start this year.
defend, with no defense; and to justify, little, since all evidence points to the courthouse as it looked about of the annex on the purchase of supplies for later inclusion in the We have community 4-H clubsin

with no justification.No suspicion that Mr. Nixon did 1910- eight years after its north side of the building further restoration of the 71- museum when it is ready for every with area of the county of 200.
membership
everything to undermine the man he completion in 1902is which was added during WPA year-old structure. The occupancy.The now a Brown and I
depicted in this and ink days, back during the big Florida National Guard is Miss Kathy
wonder Alice would have exclaimed twice picked to be his vice presidential pen realize that the more mem-
with the by old courthouse has
drawing by Starke artist depression.Mr. helping project
"Curiouser and curiouserl"In runningmate, after Mr. Agnew labor of its been in bers we have the more effective -
Millard Judd. supplying as one already designated a
Judd made the drawing 4-H will be for those
became a political detriment rather
and act
community projects special legislative as a
fact, the Nixon administration has than an asset. From the very start of The drawing was made without the charge Bradford at the County requestof more labor is being volun- historic site and an application young people with involved. 4-H We
discussed this our
skillfully developed a technique of the charges against Agnew, Mr. Nixon from an old Hoover Bros. Historical Board of Trustees, teered by inmates of the will be made soon) to advisory committee and they
serious and criminal visible distance between Studio photograph> showingthe Lawtey Community place it on the National
dismissing even kept a who recently obtained title to recommended that we em-
iron fence that once Correctional Center who will of Historic
Sites
charges against its higher-ups in such himself and the Vice President, thus surrounded the property, the building by deed from the have) their first work session) which Registry will insure its being phasize an adult leader

carefully chosen and compassionatewords ( confirming the impression that Agnewwas cows grazing along the School Board. It is planned to there this Saturday.In preserved as a landmark of program this year.
of the
that the public sees a callous definitely under a cloud, and sidewalk and a livery stable have reproductions nationwide interest.All .
and it
drawing for sale to use We contacted several
malefactor magically transformed intoa leaving him "to twist slowly in the located on the corner where raise addition to renting a
in each
other to
help
in ways parents communityand
the recently closed L. B. portion of the building, the who would like
"public benefactor" right before its wind," just as he has left others of his Alvarez service station now funds for restoration of the Board of Trustees plan to to cooperate persons in any way with had a county-wide

eyes. Even Attorney General hand-picked clan to sink or swim when stands. The two tall palms building. establish a county museum this project are invited to meeting last week. Parent
Richardson followed this party line, they ran into trouble trying to carry now toweling in front of the Work on the building has also, and persons with old attend a meeting of the interest in 4-H is very high and

telling the court that Mr. Agnew out policies they had every reason to building, were not yet in been started with several pictures, papers, Indian artifacts Bradford County Historical most are willing to do what
to 4-H
"rendered a high service (to the believe the President himself sanctioned evidence, and the young oak offices already renovated for farm tools, and other Society in the Bradford their they can area. improve Parents have in
trees shown have long since use by the State Employment items of historical interest are County Library tonight
nation
)
( by resigning. formed
fallen under the woodcutter's Service on a rental basis, with asked to register them at theLETTERS (Thursday) at 7:30.FORESTRY: sponsoring com-
mittees in each communityand

Much better this, Mr. Richardson And Mr. Agnew comes on TV to ..,....... ........ ,,, ,, .,.,...,..,...,. ,.,.,.,.,...,..,......,. ..................,,.. .......................... ...... .,..,...,...,....,. ..... ..,. ... .....,..................................... are contacting potential
praise Mr. Nixon as "a great .".y." .""...."..'. : < .o.'o..........>.o....'.:.>.: -...:..:....:y.P :.-:..,:.."-....."...:..:-...:..-.:..:..:..:..:....:...:.b-.:..:....:..,.........,.......u.......................:-...-.:-..:.:".:-.:..:-.:..:..:-.:..:....:....:..:....:-.:-.-.:-.:..:....."..:...:..:.:.":.'".':o.>>:..-.:."'."'.".-.;":.,.,.:.:.'":.:":""' > added, than to have Mr. Agnew "in- "
these people as soon as
president.
carcerated in some penal institution. ....... ... possible and help them
1'" ':. .j determine what 4-H will be in
No wonder Alice
thought,
: IN BRADFORD COUNTY their area.
Better for whom? Why, Mr. Agnew, "Curiouser and couriouser"If ,
.
We have had good in
u ('/, years
of course. After all it has been throughin ..... "C. I ," ,...' .. .. "". T 4-H before especially when
Mr. intent ""r'' "
recent months with no outward Agnew's Monday nightwas i", : By John01Ueora our 4-H Council was very

show of a nervous breakdown( the to regain standing with his erstwhile .,.,,)1:" active from the local to the
Nation appears quite capable of following "he should have n..__ ':. .. To The Editor: state level and when Walter

surviving the spectacle of seeing its stayed in bed," or gone back throughthe ffij ale e e a a a Prevatt was elected as State 4-
the for looking glass with Alice, where his "' Some reader may help me II Council president.
official
second highest pay price 1ItItf'WJ, -" ".. "
material for if
However
:M'I'tt< in assembling we get our
,
have seemed 1 : .-"" The Area II Forestry FFA
>
story might more ;
his misdeeds, just as any private publication in a history of the Field held at O'Leno parents and adults involved

citizen would have paid.GurneyaAnd. plausible. ...... .. pif, ... /. .. Florida Legislature. The most State Day Park was on Thursday, Oct. with greater numbers of
.. need is for 4-H in will
,. I pressing now 11. Chapters from 17 counties youth our county
r" photographs taken at any be even better.
were represented includingthe
4r ,
'tI\"W time: all pictures but Bradford FFA.
especially those showing all or Our 4-H Horse Club is also

I The MediaAll .-. .. .;d''''' ....... any part of the chambers of Over 200 participants were off to a good start this year.
.. i:>.: 't r :' the Senate and House or of the entered in five contests which They had about 33 new
Capitol. Photographs of included sawtimber members enroll at their
I Ir .I ti<', 1 Members of any Florida membership meeting this
..... estimation, pulpwood
.
,. ,"., "....;, I ..""".'.."-.1J' :: Legislature would be most estimation ocular estimation, month.Their first activity this
of the strange happenings in the "The power of the press totally ,' > It::::: welcome. log> rolling, and log sawing. year is a trail ride this

news media this week haven't sprung unchecked, unregulated and often Saturday. Members and their
from Mr. Any photograph could be The big news of) the day horses will meet at the
Agnew. misused is capable of doing great I Shelves I copied here and upon request, came when the individual Fairgrounds in Starke at 9
mischief," stormed Senator Gurney. Plenty Of the original promptly winners and Chapter winner Saturday. They will ride a
Florida's U. S. Senator Edward "SOMETIMES: ONE WONDERS IF returned. Otherwise, it wouldbe were announced. Bradford trail until noon, stop to rest

Gurney in a speech last Friday, ac TIlE REPUBLIC CAN SURVIVE I But No Books j j jI preserved in the State's Senior Chapter's forestryteam their horses for an hour and
cused the news media of creating the FREEDOM OF THE PRESS! Photographic Archives in the won the overall contest, then return to the Fairgroundsat
Watergate controversy with an I name of the contributor. and they will be representingArea 230.: This is a good op-
II in the state contest portunity for members to get
"attack of hate and
venom, adding
The emphasis is oursthough no 1 11 j Responses should be addressed to know other members and
later this month at Perry,
that the
Republican will unite The new Lawtey Community
Party I Allen Morris, Clerk,
doubt Senator Gurney, in his resonant : : Florida! their horses. It usually makes
and win the White House again in tones this sentence equal emphasis :::: Correctional Center has plenty of :::: House of Representatives, some of them return home to
gave
1976. in his speech. 1 1 library shelf space, but only a handful 1 i! Tallahassee. 32304. Individual winners for the do a better job of training and
:: of books as shown here by :::: Bradford Senior Chapter were care during the year.
Lashing out at the "news media"- Somehow 8I:: Superintendent James Wainwright. :::: Allen Sincerely, Andy Bladree, who took first
traditional our memory always failsus MorrisA place in pulpwood estimation, 4-H is open to any youth
whipping boy of all stung when most needed, but we do recalla 11 1 !1 and Debbie Douglas and between the ages of 8 and 19
politiciansSenator I The library is located in the center'scomfortable
said
Gurney "Themedia's
statesman, years ago, paying high Tommy Jackson who tied for years. It is also open to adults
time has now arrived and, tribute to the news media, stating thatif 1:: recreation room and :: letter to the Editor: second in ocular estimation who would like to help in these

drunk with power, they have had a he had to choose between :::f: Wainwright says the Inmates make :::: I out personal Cindy Bryan of the Bradford young people's development.For .
a sending a
Roman orgy with Watergate and havea without II:::}: good use of the few books that are at ::i invitation am to you as well as to Junior Chapter took third more information about
government
goal of nothing less than driving the newspapers without a newspapers government, he or I=: their disposal. =1j: all businessmen of Starke and place in ocular estimation. your County 4.11 Agent's program,office call your in

President and his people out of office." Bradford County. There will
would much prefer the latter. Sponsors for this year's Starke.
11 1 Anyone) with discarded books or I 1 be a 36-minute film on the contest were Hudson Pulp and

Speaking to four area Republicanwomen's For the moment, we can't rememberthis ::: magazines they would like to donate to ;1: Williams-Sieger and Health Oc Paper. Allied Timber Co.,
clubs in Sarasota, Senator :::: the center may either deliver them :::: cupational-Safety at Owens-Illinois, ITT Rayonier,
statesman's of
Act 1970. showing my
Gurney said "There is such a thing as name. in!:: there (old Anderson school southeast :::: home at 307 South Church Georgia and Pacific the, Franklin Florida the Eastern United States,"
Crate Howard
going too far," adding that it was time We do remember, however, that he ; of Lawtey), or drop them off at the 11 Street, Starke next Friday, Division of Forestry. The Reinhart say Lull that and there Kenneth is no

for the Watergate investigating was one who, compared with Senator ii:::: Bradford County Telegraph where :: Oct. 26, at 8 p.m.I above named industries rainfall so heavy that it cannotbe

committee, of which he is a memberand Gurney's degree of statesmanshipwould ::1: they will be picked up by the Center.What's :l::: I hope to be able to answerall provided box-lunch funds to supply a absorbed by an Eastern
for all
.
( staunch supporter of the administration be as the proverbial mountain to i I or any question) you have to students. It was enjoyed participating by all forest.It

n ) to end its hearings. the molehill. ask. There will be no chargefor and helped make the day a big sta nds that as the forest is

::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::.:::.:.:::.:,:::::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::& this film and all I can do is success. the best of all natural covers
ask you please to come. for minimizing overland flow,
It might be able to help you Good luck to Bradford's run-off and erosion, it is the
save your business as it can forestry team at Perry! most practical answer to
.. ............. It's .... ...... "Dirtl" of a feather flock together. put out of business.
.b............... Who You Kno2uf' ..:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:: Old anyone stabilizing the purity and
Ordinary as it is, pure freshwater usefulness of our water, about
r. \\ -ARISTOTLE ((384-322: B.C.) -Frederic'' D Johnson is a life-or-death subject which so many are concerned.Our .
: at the moment in Florida.
Vice President Concerned persons in the threatened water
Spiro Agnew
central and south Florida resources are dependent on
evaded income taxes and got off with a ::: tyORIDq areas are wondering how this conservation of our
r;: fine for an offense that sends many :a:: CQ precious resource might be woodlands, as a whole, not

:.i:: "commoners" to jail. President :::: 4 spun out to meet future needs. just our wetlands.

f.. Richard Nixon paid $792.81 in income 1:: ACIM mili! trrra p4 While the battle royal for 4 .. ..
ytatuaesr
:
: taxes in 1970, and $878.03 in 1971 on an :::: acquisition of prime water

r'S:? annual salary of $200.000 plus :: Ov ronC y recharge areas goes on, the NOT
SO LONG
: : whatever other income he hada : : Florida Division of Forestry ago we
BOB G. FERGUSON! : JOHN M. MILLER were worried that technology
:: lesser tax than an "ordinary" family of :;: 'IOt4 Publishers suggests that woodlands like would leave man with

:s: three would pay on an income) of :::: Published each Thursday'and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Statke. wetlands to the are problem.The an .importantkey leisure time he wouldn't
1 1: 8500. How does this compare with :11 t Fla. under Act of March }, 1879. know what to do with. Now
:r{ what YOU ? hoover the results of mod-
paid :
: :f 16 forest floor acts to
Subscription rate in trade area: per year; $3.50 sis month ern technology may give
1@, ::11i Phone 964.6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year; 4.00 six months. Statke, Fla control run-off from flood- him the opportunity to fill
producing rainfalls. In the his leisure with
chopping
S 1' ,:.::SSS::;:fA;: :::::%;%:::::%::ftSftWft: :: :;: : :::::::: :%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::f;':: book "Forests and Floods in firewood and hoeing beans.




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II LEGALSNOTICE LEGALSmonth .................. .. ......, HAMPTON AREA NEWS .,,.school. ...grounds.... .....Any.. ..donationsof ....


entered against for the relief as In the past. Starke, Florida 32091)), at the SENIOR CITIZENS: food country store items
OF INTENTIONTO you 3. Mowing will be done only on Regular meeting of the Fontaine contributionsfor
demanded in the Petition. office of Don R. Morgan Ar- By Josephine or interesting
REGISTER WITNESS hand and the orders from the Chairman of the chitect, p, A. (Post Office Box Hampton Senior Citizens was the auction will be ap-
FICTITIOUS NAME my Street Committee It must be 987, Green Cove Springs held Oct. 12. There was good Watterson. Tomorrow will be Carnival scheduled for preciated.Classified.
seal of said Court on the 27th
1973. done in the time set b'y the Florida), and at F. W Dodge attendance and plans were the regular second meeting Saturday, October 27, on the
Pursuant to section 865.09 day of September, Chairman at such times as he Corporation's Plan Room made fma covered dish for! this! !month Time 7:30: at

Florida Statutes, notice is GILBERTS. BROWNAS thinks the grass needs cutting. (Jacksonville, Florida). dinner to be held Nov. 3. me Old school House. -

hereby given that the undersigned CLERK OF SAID COURT 4. If the job Is not completed to Plans and Specifications may Also plans were made to

Maitland Whiteheadand Donna M. Branson the satisfaction of the Street be obtained as follows: have the Club, as a group go FRIENDS AND NEIGH-

Stanley L. Whitehead, By: Deputy Clerk Chairman, the Chairman has the Upon receipt of $25.00, two out for Christmas dinner. BORS:

doing business under the firm right to warn the person once sets of Plans and Specificationsfor After the business meeting
10-25
name of M. Whitehead Builders, 10-44t and after this first warning, the this Project will be forwarded games and refreshments were Mr Donnie Hugh Crawfordis

Rt. 1, Mimosa Manor, Starke, contract is considered broken if collect. If Plans and enjoyed. The door prize was still) in the V. A. Hospital in For Clattified

Bradford County, Florida, intends the error is not corrected in a Specifications are returned in won by Ruddy DeWaters and Gainesville, but Mrs Pay

to register said fictitious NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR reasonable length of time. In good condition, within ten days game prizes were won by Mrs. Crawford reports that he is HOUSES FOR SALE Ads In Advance

name under the provisions of TAX DEED such case, the contract will be after receipt of Bids, the full Sarah Taylor, Mrs. Ruth improving.Mrs. Increased coda have madeIt
aforesaid statute. remade with the next bidder Inline deposit will be refunded. Dennison, Bill Fontaine Gene neeewary for this newspaper
Dated at Starke, Florida this Sec. 194.16, F.S. Viola Davis attended Its Present
NOTE: All requests for Plans Taylor and Mrs. Nannie a to civ""
24th day of August, A. D. 1973. 5. The City of Hampton and Specifications shall be made picnic in Starke last Tuesday. rules and adopt new ones for
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 3 Bedroom Living Room, Clf claulfledadverthementa
reserves the right to reject any or the office of the Ar- the publication
Maitland Whitehead that W. R. ALDERMAN, the all bids. through such persons for the services Mr and Mrs Reoul Shapiro Dining Room, Kitchen, 11-2 In Ua column -

Stanley L. Whitehead holder of the following certificates Bids may be turned in to the chitect.Each Bid submitted shall be and the reasonable cost thereof of Ft. Lauderdale visited with bath, CB construction in City. *.
has filed said certificatesfor
10-4 4t 10-25 City Clerk no later than Nov. 1, accompanied by a cashier's Mayor and Mrs. Bruno last
a tax deed to be issued 3 Bedroom, Living Room,
1973. These bids must not have The level set out above meets Saturday. The Shapiros were
check or bid bond In the amountof
thereon. The certificate numbersand Dining Room, Kitchen, 1
the name of the bidder on them Bid the presumptive compliance on their way to New Orleans
Five Per Cent of the bath CB
construction in
of issuance, the City.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT years The Clerk will assign a numberto payable to the Bradford County guidelines of the federal
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF description of the property, and the plain envelope they will be School Board. regulations and is 3 per cent of Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall had t HELP WANTED J
the names in which it was 40 acres, good location, pecan
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR sealed in and the bids will be Surety company shall be operating costs an enjoyable and busy
assessed are as follows: trees, large frame house in
BRADFORD COUNTY.In Certificate No. 76 opened at the next City Council licensed to do business in the Mrs. Henry good condition.
in November Bradford County Hospital has Anderson spent Sunday night
meeting state of Florida and shall be
Year of Issuance 1968
Re Estate of LEASTON A. the right to determine how, and Monday with them the
: the United States
listed by Large lot well landscaped, high
Description of Property: Com HELP WANTED Apply in
Clerk when, and to whom hospital Andersons are from Panama
WYNN Deceased. City ,
Treasury Department. Surety and dry, close to all
con-
860', E and 30' N of SW Cor of Shirley Forsyth services will be provided. City Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. person Water's Exon Service,
NW Quarter of SW Quarter, N company shall, also, comply veniences in City 800 S. Walnut St 1t
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo :2t 10-18 Larry Goolsby, of Chiefland,
with all requirements of the
100', E 50', S 100', W 50' to had dinner with the Halls.
There which
are no guidelines
POB. Sec 22, T 6-S, R-22E. General Conditions and Sup 10 acres, with pines, quiet
-- -- - -- -
all creditors and all persons plementary General Conditions, positively identify a person or Saturday evening Mr. and neighborhood, just out of
having claims or demands The City of Hampton is now of the above Specifications.Jim family as eligible to receive full or Mrs. Hall had supper with Mr City.
against said estate. Name in which assessed: accepting bids for their partial uncompensated services. and Mrs. Bennie Lanier at HELP WANTED Woman or

You, and each of you, are Frances SlocumAll Sanitation Contract which will Temple, SuperintendentBradford Each case must be evaluated on their home on Bedford Lake. Three nice lots in country, each couple, furnished house free
of said
hereby notified and required to property being in run from Nov 1973 October County School Board its own merits. 1tchg 1018. To really set the weekend off, lot has paved road frontage rent to right person. light
the of Bradford State of
County ,
present any claims and demands 74. The following stipulationswere 3t 1P2SIN the Halls killed a 4 1-2 foot (111 3.56 acres housework, cook 1 meal a day
which you, or either of you, may Florida. attached to the contract by 11}-11 rattlesnake, in their front ((2)) 2.89 acres for 2 in family. Ph. 473-4429
Unless such certificate
have against the estate of or the Sanitation Committee: NOTICE OF yard, last Sunday afternoon.The ((3)) 2.22 acres 1tpCORRECTIONALOFFICER
LEASTON A. WYNN, certificates shall be redeemed 1. Garbage must be picked up THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EXAMINATIONNotice snake had 7 rattles and a

according to law the property week on the day set THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- button. ..
deceased, to the Judge of the once per up 10 acres with double wide ======= ..- -- -
said Court, Starke Courthouse described in such certificate or by the Sanitation Committeeand CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR is hereby given pursuantto
mobile home
3 ni.
Bradford County, Florida, withinsix certificates will be sold to the the person whose bid is BRADFORD COUNTY. IN Chapter 16C-7 Florida Administrative from City. approx. I

months from the date of the highest bidder at the court accepted In case of rain, the PROBATEIN Code, Rules and BIRTHDAYS:

first publication of this notice. house door on Monday in garbage can be picked up on the RE: Estate of BELLE M. Regulations Governing Water
Call us, we have 40 hours
Each claim or demand must Month of October, 1973, whichis next working day PRIEST, Deceased. Well Contractors in Florida, of Lynn Hall,Oct 18, he will be more $7,224.48 annually
and half for
be in writing and must state the the 22nd day of October, 2. Only garbage in bags will be an Examination for a Water Well 71 years young. work week time 21 mala
no
40 -
place of residence and post- 1973. picked up. These bags must be NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Contractor's License. The Alisa Lowe 7 years old Oct. over hours-age OJT
office address of the claimant Dated this 14th day of set in the driveway or some examination will be given at the 11, daughter of Mr and Mrs. experience necessary.
September, 1973. other convenient place the following times dates and .. F, Lowe GEORGE HOBERTS approved for qualified veterans.
and must be sworn to by the near creditors of the Estate of ,
GILBERT S. REAL ESTATE
claimant, his agent, or his attorney BMOWN, CLERK roadway. All leaves to be pickedup BELLE M. PRIEST, deceased, locations to all qualified applicants Curtis Scott Oct. 15, 18
or it will become void By: Beulah M. Moody must also be in bags. are hereby notified and requiredto whose applications are years old.Robin i
Clerk 986 N. Ave. TREATMENT PLANT
of Circuit
Temple
according to law. Court of 3, Trash (limbs, old tires, file any claims or demands received in the offices of the Wadsworth Oct. 12, StarkePh.
Bradford 964.7826 OPERATOR II
Each creditor shall deliver County, Flonda010.4 leaves, etc.) will be picked up by which they may have against Department of Natural 12 years old, celebrated byvisIting
Wayne
4t 10-25
sufficient copies of his claim to the bidder at the disgression of said Estate in the Office of the Resources, Division of Interior her great grandmother Douglas, Associate
Ph. 964 593 $6,806.88 annually 40 hour
enable the Court to mail one to the bidder and the Chairman of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Resources, Tallahassee, not less Mrs. Katherine .
include
work week qualifications -
each personal representative.Dated the Sanitation Committee. Bradford County, Florida, in the than two days prior to the Wadsworth, in Jacksonville
September 25, A. D NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 4. Only trash piled by the side Court House at Starke, Florida, examination dates. Beverly Forsyth 9 years HS Diploma or an
1973 FOR of the road will be picked up within six ((6)) calendar months old. Beverly had a party with FOR SALE 2 bedroom house equivalent and 2 years ex-

Mary Williamson Wynn TAX DEED 5. If the job is not completed to from the date of the first 1:30: P.M., Thursday, October cake and ice cream. \with 205 x 90 foot lot. Edgar perience in the operation of

Free Joyce Wynn DuncanAs Sec. 194.16, F.S the satisfaction of the Sanitation publication of this notice. Each 25, 1973 i-' Council of Governments -. Janice Lee Box daughter of Burrell Rt. 2, Box 16-D. 1tp sewage treatment' _or water

Executrices of the Last Will (NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Chairman, the Chairman has the claim or demand must be in Office, 3rd Floor, Mrs. Sidney Taylor had a --- -- ------- purification plant
and Testament of Leaston A to the and Courthouse Annex Daytona birthday Oct. 22
right warn person once writing must state the placeof supper
that W. R. ALDERMAN the Personnel Manager
Wynn,, Deceased. holder of the following, certificates and after this first warning, the residence and post office Beach, Florida Mr Herschel Parker, Oct. FOR SALE New 3 bedroom Contact: Rorida State Prison
10-4 4t 10-25 contract( is considered broken if address of the claimant and 14.
brick veneer, 2 baths, living
has filed said certificatesfor .P. O. Box 747
the error is not corrected in a must be sworn to by the 10:00: A.M., Friday, October room, kitchen and dining
a tax deed to be issued Starke, Florida 32091
thereon. The certificate numbersand reasonable length of time. In claimant, his agent or his at- 26, 1973 Room 429, Larson area. Good location 904-431-1212
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF such case, the contract will be torney, or it will become void Building, Tallahassee, Florida. HAMPTON SCHOOL NEWS Financing available. Call Telephone:
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL years of issuance, the remade with the next bidder inline according to law.EUGENE. Buford Mitchell 9646853. Ext.2-321

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR description of the property, and 1:30: P.M., Monday, October The school hall ways and tfchg 1t
BRADFORD COUNTY. the names in which it was of 29 1973 Board Room classrooms look much
6. The City Hampton F. SHAW, as of the very
assessed are as follows: Southwest Florida Water like autumn and Halloween
reserved the right to reject anyor Executor of the Estate of
CASE NO. 73-246 Certificate No. 14 all bids. BELLEM. PRIEST, Management District, time. PINEHURSTGrocery

Year of Issuance 1970 Bids may be turned in to the Deceased Brooksville, Florida. Mrs. Arleen Rich reports

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Description of Property: Com at City Clerk no later than Nov. 1, 10-184t( 11-8 that her first and second

SW Cor of NW Quarter of SW 1973. These bids must not have 9:30: A.M., Tuesday, October grade special reading groupsare And Variety StoreWE

MANDY GRIFFIS and THELMAM. Quarter and run E on Quarter the name of the bidder on them. 30, 1973 Central' and enthused about the Distar

GRIFFIS, Plaintiffsvs- Sec. Line 760' for POB, then N The Clerk will assign a numberto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Southern Florida Flood Control Reading Program they are HAVE MOST COMPLETE

KATHERINE M. RITTER, 300', E 100', S 300', W 100' to the plain envelope they will be THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- District, 901 Evernia Street, now using. This is a new
Defendant. POB ex S 200'. Sec. 22, T-6-S, sealed in and the bids will be CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR West Palm Beach, Rorida. phonics instructional FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN

R-22. opened at the next City Council BRADFORD COUNTY. CASENo. 1t 10-18 program. STARKE
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo meeting in Nov. Mrs Earsalene Zim
Name in which assessed: John IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF merman's sixth grade class Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery SuppliesHwy.

: and Mary Lennon. City Clerk IN RE: The Marriage of SAN- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT has elected the following 100 East Store Hours 7-11

KATHERINE M. RITTER All of said property being in Shirley Forsyth2t DRA JEAN BENNETT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD officers President Timmy Stark 7 Day' a W..k

422 East McCord the County Bradford, State of 10.18 Petitioner, and RICHARD PAUL COUNTY FLORIDA CASE NO. Jones; Vice Pres. Scott Of M..uU and ChrUtln Due T.F.

Centralia, Illinois 62801 Florida. BENNETT, Respondent. 73254. Clark; Secretary Teresa
Unless such certificate or Gosnell) ; Asst. Secretary -

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an certificates shall be redeemed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE OF SUIT IN RE: The Marriage of J. B. Mike Simmons; Treasurer --
action to foreclose a mortgageon according to law the property EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF JONES, Husband and IDA MAE Harvey Rhoden; Business ,'

the following described described in such certificate or FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TO: BLUE JONES, Wife. Manager Glen Contois ; BILL'S C B. RADIO & EQUIP
property in Bradford County, certificates will be sold to the BRADFORD COUNTY. RICHARD PAUL BENNETT Refreshment Committee
Florida: highest bidder at the court 321 N. TEMPLE AVE.
CIVIL ACTIONIn 489 Blackbird Lane PETITIONCOMES Chairman Toi Eiland.
house door on Monday in Monthof Madison, Wisconsin 53704 Preparations are being STARKE. FLORIDA

Lots 8 and 9 of Block 29, Peek's October, 1973 which is the re: The Marriage of EDDIE NOW the Wife, IDA made for the Halloween
Town of Starke 22nd of October JOHNSON 123 A PRICES HAVE GONE UP
Addition to the day 1973.
JONES and
MAE BLUE ,
LEE ROSS, husband and MARY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ... ... .OO' "...f
and in Section 29 Dated this 14th TOO'" .oo.'
of
lying being day ANN ROSS, wife an action for dissolution of respectfully alleges and says:
Township 6 South, Range 22 September, 1973.GILBERTS. marriage has been filed againstyou 1. This is an action for I RETAIL $159.95

East, according to the plat BROWN, CLERKBy NOTICE OF SUIT- and you are required to dissolution of the bonds of 1h Old 1c.m&L: I II

thereof recorded in Plat Book 1 : Beulah M. Moody NO PROPERTYTo serve a copy of your written marriage between Petitioner. and I BILL'S PRICE '139"
Page 40, public records of Clerk of Circuit Court of
J. B. JONES.
: defenses, if any, to it on SHAW Respondent,
Bradford Florida Bradford County Florida. I PEARCE SIMPSON
County ,
; EDDIE LEE ROSS AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor 2. Petitioner has been a
10.4 4t 10-25 416 N. Madison St. Petitioner, whose address is resident of Rorida for more than TOM CAT 23

has been filed against you and Albany, Ga. 142 West Call Street, P. O. Box six months next before the filingof

you are required to serve a copyof NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 1086, Starke, Florida 32091, and this Petition. I RETAIL $139.95

your written defenses, if any, FOR YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat file the original with the Clerk of 3. Petitioner and Respondentwere
to it on Dudley P. Hardy, PRICE '
I BILL'S 11995
TAX DEED an action for dissolution of the above-styled Court on or married to one another on ,vn
plaintiffs' attorney, whose Sec. 194.16F.S. marriage has been filed againstyou before November 20, 1973, July 9, 1967 at Miami, Rorida,
address is P. O. Drawer 1030, "Waterlwd aren't new I BUY NOW a SAVE
otherwise be and cohabited together as
Eddie Lee Ross, and you a judgment may
Starke, Florida, on or before NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, are required to serve a copy of entered against you for the relief husband and wife until Oysters have been using I HOME OF THE MAGNETIC SIGN
10 1973 and file the
November ,
that W. R. ALDERMAN, the your written defenses, if any to demanded in the Petition. November 15, 1959. them fur centuries." 72 HR. SERVICE
with the Clerk of this
original
holder of the following certificates it, on the plaintiff's attorney, WITNESS my hand and the 4. That there were no children
Court either before service onplaintiffs' has filed said certificatesfor whose name and address is seal of said Court on the 12 day born as issue of this marriage. .... .. ........... ".... .. ... .u....r _ e e S e S S e e a e aHandu /

after attorney otherwise or immediately a tax deed to be issued Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire, P. O. of October, 1973. 5. That there is no property,
; a The certificate numbersand either real or personal, involvedin
default will be entered againstyou thereon. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida,
for the relief demanded in years of issuance, the 32091, and file the original with GILBERTS. BROWN\/ this action.
the Complaint. description of the property, and the clerk of the above syled AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 6. That the Petitioner has

WITNESS hand and the the names in which it was court on or before November 23, : Donna M. Branson made diligent search and

seal of this Court my on September25th assessed are as follows: 1973; otherwise a judgementmay Deputy Clerk inquiry, and to the best of her U

A. D. 1973. Certificate No. 25 be entered against you for knowledge, the Husband is not au
Year of Issuance 1969 the relief demanded in the 1184t11..8( presently engaged in the Armed

GILBERTS. BROWN, Description of Property: Lot 4 complaint or petition. Services of the United States or

Clerk Circuit Court and S 15' of Lot 5 Blk 28 in LT WITNESS my hand and the NOTICE of any other country, he is over

By: Beulah M. Moody and Co's Add. seal of said Court on October 2, the age of twenty-one years,
Deputy Clerk 1973. SERVICES TO PERSONS and presently resides at 116 FOOD STORESNow \2-

10-4 4t 10-24 Name in which assessed: UNABLE TO PAY THEREFOR Castor Street Rochester New

Jerome Griffis.All Gilbert S. Brown .
of said property being in As Clerk of Said Court BRADFORD COUNTY York.WHEREFORE, Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the County of Bradford, State of By: Beulah M. MoodyAs HOSPITAL respectfully requests that this Accepting ApplicationsFor

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida. Deputy Clerk STARKE, FLORIDAThe Court grant a dissolution of her

OF FLORIDA, IN AND Unless such certificate or (Court Seal) marriage to J. B. JONES,

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. certificates shall be redeemed 10-11( 4t. 11-1 Bureau of Community Respondent.IDA. Employment.

according to law the property Medical Facilities, Departmentof .
CASE NO. 73-182 described in such certificate or Health and Rehabilitative MAE BLUE JONES

certificates will be sold to the NOTICETO BIDDERS Services, State of Florida, has HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONOR
IN RE: The Marriage of ALICE E. highest bidder at the court established the sum of STATE OF FLORIDA

ARWOOD, Petitioner, and house door on Monday in Monthof Notice is, hereby, given for 23746.40 as the level of un- COUNTY OF CLAY EQUIVALENCY
WESLEY L. ARWOOD, III, October, 1973, which is the sealed bids to be submitted to compensated services to be REQUIRED

Respondent. 22nd day of October, 1973. the Bradford County School made available by Bradford BEFORE ME, the undersigned

Dated this 14th day of Board, Post Office Drawer 939, County Hospital in the period of authority, personally appearedIDA BENEFITS
NOTICE OF SUIT 1973.GILBERTS. Starke Florida 32091 MAE BLUE JONES, who, :
September, until 9:00: April 1, 1973 to March 31. 1974.
BROWN, CLERKBy a.m., on the day of November 6, upon being duly sworn, deposes
To: : Beulah M. Moody 1973; for the furnishing of all This determination has been and says that she is the Wife in GROUP INSURANCEPAID

S-5 Wesley L. Arwood, III Clerk of Circuit Court of materials, machinery, labor, and made pursuant to the the foregoing cause for the

266-90-7961 Bradford County, Florida equipment for: requirements of the regulationsof purposes therein expressed and VACATION
HHC 78th ENG. BN. S. W 10.4 4t 10.25 Toilet Room Renovations the Public Health Service, U. that the statements contained in

APO, New York 09351 Administration Building S. Department of Health, the foregoing cause are true and CREDIT UNION

Bradford County School Education and Welfare, ((42 correct to the best of her
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
an action for dissolution of The City of Hampton is now Board Starke, Bradford CFR, 53.111)) and the applicable knowledge. PENSION & PROFIT SHARING
County, provisions of Florida Medical
bids for their Mowing
filed accepting
marriage has been againstyou Floridaat Jan R. Thomas
Contract which will run from Facilities Construction Plan.
and you are required to Notary Public

serve a copy of your written Nov( 73-Octaber 74. The which time Bids will be State of Fla. at Large

defenses KOPELOUSOS., if any, to Attorneys it on SHAW for attached following to stipulations the contract by were the publicly opened and read aloud. "Uncompensated services available services"means in the My Commission expires: 5-23-77 Pleasant Working Conditions

ft Any Bid received after the time facility which are made available
Petitioner, whose address I i. 142 Street Committee: PAUL D. NEWELL
and date specified herein
West Call Street, P. O. Box 1. All City-owned rightofwaymust be ponsidered. will not to persons unable to pay Attorney for Wifep Phone 904-698-1280
be mowed, including the thereto without charge or at a
Florida 32091
1086, Starke, Plans, Specifications, and charge which is less than the O. Box 654
and file the original with the cemetery. Contract Documents Keystone Heights. Fla.32666:
2. The person whose bid Is may be reasonable cost of such ser
Courton
of the above styled
Clerk examined In the office of For
the Appointment
vices. The level of
will be roundof such services
accepted paid
before November 5, 1973 per Bradford Newell Of Counsel ,
or be mowing rather than once per Owner ( County School is measured by the difference By Paul D. 2T 18-25
otherwise judgment may Board, Post Office Drawer 939, between the amount paid by 10-18( 4t 11-8



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event 50 cents extra charge 11-8 at Koch Drug. 18tp Box 5-B, Starke. 1tp BIC PENS. BRADFORD MOST MAKESOF REAL ESTATE?

for billing. Not responsible for TIRED OF LOOKING? COME TO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 19 CARS CALL US FOR BEST PRICES

errors when given over the ------------ ABC We have a company ------------ cents and 25 cents. TF FIAT PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG

phone or when copy Is not stock pile of 2,000 homes. IF 24 HR WRECKER SERVICE

typed and brought to the of WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE
WANTED AM & FM RADIOS .
fice. horse saddles, what with stereo SALES, PARTSSERVICE Asn. .
CAN GET ITI ABC Mobile 1-iWY'301 N. WALDO
have players. Console
you got? Dahmers models,
Discount tfchg. Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., closing out at 149.95 Dah New Mobile NEW AND USED PHONE 468-1998 O.C. Carnes

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SewingMachine TR EES. SHADE TREES
3 BR home wheels READY FOR SALE- Good used GE
3 on gas Senior 509 EVERGREENS.
LOST AND FOUND CitizensIn E UNIVERSITYGAINESVILLE'TF372437' CAMELLIAS
FOR OCCUPANCYI! Bring central heating furnace 60,000 AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN

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like. ABC Mobile Homes, 4646
LANDSCAPING 23 Ml.
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of the beat educational One cow, owner Ra. Itchg TO NEIGHBOR

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total electric, heat and air FRIDAY
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Mobile Homes, 4645 !NW 13th WATSON'SHOUSE PHONE Lots PARTS a. REPAIRS ON ALL
9648810RUNS Parking 390 N.
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from $10. Expert Repairs all Nights -473-2102 BUSINESS
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mammoth BR, $50 and than $60 a month, only 1 SportsMORE & Used
assume payments of less than FOR RENT 3 bedroom double availablel! ABC Mobile

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4545 NW 13th St., 9647923. After 6 p.m. call Gainesville, Ra. Itchg appliances, you move, $750 YOUR MONEY

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Gainesville and surroundingarea. $95 down. Monthly payments Telegraph Fringe Benefits

Come see the guys while FOR RENT 3 room apartment. 10 ACRES to suit your budget. Ph. 468- 10

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Q. Simmons .
8481. 11.1 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
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Bull Calves. J. B. White.
work.\ 24 Hr. service, all work Phone 9646114 tfchg THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME ,;j(
(
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MILLERBrown MAITIN CAMPEtS
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Tfchg -------- ----
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.
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25 TF
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Tornadoes Lose BHSJV
Cubb Cast the score 8-0 Palatka with 6:38: Braves fumbled on the Tor- yard line. Emmett Bright
(From 11)) ford's Johnny Nichols jumped the one-half yard line. But he left in the quarter.By nado 30 yard line on a tough received a 21 yard pass from
Page high and batted the ball to the got a big first down for Bolles. (From Page 11)) half time the Baby play up the middle Milt Bakerof quarterback Jackson Prevatt.

ground, killing that Bolles Higgins repeated the same line with after the Baby Tornadoes Bradford had sustained
opposite 38 yard a Tornadoes trailed 14-0 a a long
drove 53 yards in 10 plays (to) scoring attempt keeping the hurdled another pile recovered with five seconds
play up 1,375 InElection first down Palatka running back scored drive from their own 39 yard
the Bradford 10. The big Bolles advantage to 7-0. and landed in the end zone for After getting a first down on from the Tornado 41 yard line left in the third quarter, the line to the Braves one Glen
fullback Pineda got 13 yardsup The first Bolles TD came on the Bulldogs' first score with runs, Green Cove had the ballon on a sweep. The extra point Tornadoes still trailing by 14 DeSue ran for touchdown
the BUS middle for one a 53 yard drive with Higgins 39 seconds left in the first half. '
the 17 yard line after the kick was no good. Giving the points.The from a play up the middle.
first down into Bradford
doing most of the on The second Bolles TD drive Tornadoes fumbled on a
running drive was boosted by a 15 yard Braves a 14 point. lead over The Tornadoes made a two
territory at the 49. QB Don power sweeps. Higgins had 26 started from the Bolles 44 with interference call against Starke. sweep at Palatka South's 15 point conversion, leaving the
Buell hit Higgins on a 16 yard yards gained on the drive in Buell passing to fullback pass BUS. The Tornadoes and Braves yard line. The Baby Tornadoes score 14-8 Palatka South with
pass Higgins running the last five carries of 6, 7,0,2 1-2. and Pineda for 10 yards to the BUS regained
In once again
down
before elections held Saturday, On the first Green exchanged the ball three 2:46: remaining in the final
10 yards the sideline. being broughtat 1.2 yards. Big play was a 24 46 before Ronnie Hall made Oct. 6, at Neighborhood Cove tried running -but were times in the third period. The possession of the ball after quarter.
yard pass play from Buell to the stop. Higgins ran BHS' left Service Centers and through unsuccessful being thrown fora holding the Braves at their 38
With a first from the Tornado wideout Ed Danson for a first end for 9 yards, then Pineda mobile units in Clay, Union two yard loss to the 19 yard -
31, Pineda got nine yards down at the Bradford 12 yard went up the BUS middle twice Baker and
Bradford
counties,
behind good blocking by the
line for 6 yards Bradford's Steve line.Then
a total of GC completed
1,375 residents a pass
line before Ronnie
Bulldog From that point QB Buell Register making both stops. elected to the line
representatives to the for one yard 18 yard
Hall to make the
came up went back to couldn'tfind From the 26 Pineda drove
pass up Board of Directors of CUBB being faced with a third down
stop. Higgins added seven an receiver, and the BUS middle for four
open again Economic
Agency, Inc. situation. On theplay GC put a
yards and another first downat scrambled FORDTERWILLEGAR
around his
right yards with Donnie Sewell
in the of the
man right corner
the 18 around the BUS left end for 11 yards to the three. making the stop In accordance with board BIIS defense and hit him witha
end before Bradford's David There Buell was met by three On third down from the BUS structure and election that Green Cove's -
.r McMillian made the stop. Bradford defenders; the Higgins drove hard over his procedures, some county pass put the board With
only score on
At that t point the BUS Bolles QB was hit hard, right guard but Bradford'sbig districts did not enter can- 3:14: left in the third quarter

defense stiffened. ]Higgins flipped completely over Steve Register !6-6 and didates in this election. Those BHS still led 14-8 after the two iT
tried another Bolles power landed on his back andshoulders 210 met him head on and the districts not electing
point conversion by Green
sweep but defensive end Dale and was shaken up. result was half a yard loss for representatives in this
Cove good
was
Haas got into the Bulldog Buell was forced to leave the Bolles. election will do so in 1974, with
BI!IS got the ball again in the
backfield and stopped him for game for a play after the hard That left Bolles with a present representatives from fourth after
quarter getting a
no gain QB Buell scrambledfor line. Higgins went to quar- fourth down coming up with those districts serving on the
the line.
GC at 33 yard
eight yards to the BHS 10 terback, tried a sneak and got slightly over half a yard to go board until that time. The punt Tornadoes
put on a
before Dwight Barber and
crucial down.
nothing. for a first Big
Sheldon Hodge stopped him. Buell came back in on third fullback Chris Pineda and the In Clay County, with total scoring .drive moving from
a their own 33 yard-line to score II
On fourth down Buell wentto
down and sent line the
Higgins over Bulldog were equal to of 487 votes cast
winners in in 17 plays. Nothing outstanding
the air, trying for Scott the right side Higgins jumpeda test, however. Pineda went the October 6 election
are: done the drive
was in
Danson at the goal. Brad- huge pile up and landed at over his left tackle, shoulders District 1 (Green Cove except when 3'20: was left in FORD

MI. hunched and running hard Springs), Pinkie Huggins; the game and Bradford fakeda
through a sizable hole, and District 3 (Pierce Station, punt.It .
rambled 17 yards before Penney Farms Keystone fourth down with 10
was
GAINESVILLEBusiness Larry Sherman and Early Heights), Molly Cunningham; yards to go for the first at the 206 W. Madison St.
Chandler drug him down. and District 5 (Middleburg BUS 45 yard line and Glen
With a first down from the and Clay Hill), Lena Lewis. DeSue snagged the short Starke, Fla.

Tornado five big Pineda got Mrs. Huggins and Mrs. center to him and threw the
DirectoryAUTO the score in three tries.
Cunningham will be 964-7200
serving a ball to an open BHS receiverfor
Sheldon Hodge and Dwight second term, while Mrs. 18 yards to the 27 yard line

..__ __ I Barber stopped Pineda coldon Lewis Is a newcomer to the of Green Cove.
I :SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES his first try On second board.In A drive of short runs put
down Pineda went around

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faru, Inc.SEEDSPLANTS Bradford's left end for 3 1-2 Union County District 1 them first on down.the one For yard the line witha TD,
before being stopped. Test Drive The
OLDSMOBIL yards (Lake Butler and Providence) Prevatt kept the ball up the New 1974
On third down from 1 1-2
cast a total of 170 votes in re- middle for the and BHS
SALES &. SERVICE ln'.cticid., Pt SuppliesFERTILIZERS yards out Pineda went over electing Arneita Allen, a score
had the :208./ The extra
Fin. selection of U.ed Cars right tackle. But the Bulldog game
"veteran" of several
Token On Cadillac Trod. W. Rent Fertilner Spreodrs front line did most of the work service on the board. years point attempt,and a run Green by Aycoxwas Cove Ford Car And Truck Now

2001 M W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W 8th. Ph. 378.0476 for him, striking quickly andas didn't no have good a chance after the I
a unit, the Bolles forewall
Baker
County residents casta
kickoff with five seconds
only
BEAUTY ACADEMY 111 GLASS blew the Tornado line back to total of 319 votes in electing in the .
remaining game.STATISTICS
the goal making it easy for Elder Richard Farmer in

POWELL'S LIDDELL the big fullback to fall over the District 1 (Macclenny Glen

Beauty Academy goal.Bolles St. Mary and Margaretta) and Good Selection At
led 14-0, and with the Mary Adkins in District 2 HI1S GC
Lorn, a Protection In Your Glass Company exception of Bradford's quick (Sanderson and Olustee)

Spar Tim. Full or Pot "Clots For Ev.ry Purpo.." touchdown dominated the Elder Farmer was re-elected 17 F IrI' Down 6
final minutes of play.
while Mrs. Adkins will be The Price
Tim
Store Fronts 155 Rush Yards aII Right
219 > Mirrors serving on the board for the
N.W. 10 th. PasIlrOYards 1 19
378-2764 ,
Tub Enclosures Show. Score by carters first time.
80 Penalties 60
Furnitures Tops Gloss
BHS 0 0 0' iBolltt Bradford
Rplocd County's District 1 SCORE By QUARTERS
0 7 0 7 14 (Starke and Heilbronn

ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION Springs) cast 339 votes and
BHS 8 6 0 6 20 i
Repair Co. 1228 So. Mom Gainesville STATISTICS will be represented on the GC 0 0 8 0 g WeNeedYourUsed
CUBB Board by Juanita
Of Comvitl. 37281913721102 BUS BOLLES
Inc. Griffin, while District 3 The Bradford High Tornado
Rcpoiring R.winding (Hampton and Brooker) cast
Junior Varsity lost 14-8 to a
New And Ufd PICTURE FRAMES 4 FlrotDown, 11 60 votes all for Rev. Preston tough rival Palatka South last

2816 N W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Crohvluslom. ::--. 25-44 R ulfte..Y 4.1" Perry. This will be Mrs. Thursday night at t the
C: Fronting, 1 72 p..ln Yards U Griffin's first term of board Bradford High Stadium. That Cars
MOVERS .16.1 PC.PA-PI 5.17.1Si
service, while Reverend
WithA left the Baby Tornadoes with a
Return Yards 59
Long Distance Perry has been a representative 2-2 record before meeting
Moving 4.2$ Punt 2U.Jo
in the
Personal past. Green Cove Springs Tuesday
Starog Pocking Fum bl.l Lost Io

Crating' Shipping Touch P.n.ltl.t 5 Other representatives on night.Palatka scored in the first

Fr.* Estimates Call Oval Mats Prints Originals Tim Crews led the Bradford the governing board of the quarter with a play up the THE CLOSER YOU LOOK THE BETTER WE LOOK

community action agency will middle. The
Wildlife Drawings Etchings attack Braves ran for a
running with 31 yardsin
come from civic and
govern- two point conversion leaving
372-4366 373-4610 nine carries, a 3.4 yard mental groups. The new board
200 N.E. 16th. 3731 *. Univ. average. Matt Hull had 19 members will assume their

yards in three carries, a 6.3 active duties at the Annual YV ...._v __y _______ .___ __ __ --
Van Service Inc. MUSIC average. QB Charlie Green Meeting of the board to be
had minus 17 yards in 10
held Monday evening.. Nov. 26.
3540 ".E. Waldo Rd. G'v.ll. carries. Tommy Reddish ran
372.4271 BALDWINPIANOS the ball once for 15 yards and
scored the only BHS touchdown "We are most pleased and

AUTO SALES SERVICE ft ORGANS encouraged by the 1,375 vote Mustang
Big Chris Pineda led the total in this election," said ,
SLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Bolles running game with 79 Rev. John Haymon, presidentof

GMS.. INC. yards in 19 carries, a 4.16 yard the Board of Directors of

BLOI'ur -<:!iP4 .c average. Running back Ron CUBB Agency. "This indicates -

Higgins was close behind with the interest and MOBILE\ HOMES
I I MUSIC Co. 73 yards in 16 carries, a 4 56 support which is vital to the INC
average The pair accountedfor success of the efforts of the

C'vill, Shopping C.n. 152 of Bolles 165 net yards agency." He expressed ap-
Factory Authoritrd on the ground. preciation to H. C. Farnsworth -
P0"."je: 372.5351 Executive Director
$elsPart --Srvic Mrs. Elaine McBride, Deputy; WHERE THE GIRLS ARE !

210 N. Main' 372-2583 Gainesville, ,/ Flo. Director; Mrs. Annett

Hughes, Projects Director,
CAMPER SALES 8. SERVICE 11' r'1 AUtll Htmt Valued Contrtb/ feels and members of the Neigh-
JO ANN
that the government' ti FORSYTH
iflr ft borhood Service Center and
SwpffUi, Inc.
nil heart. Noticing the
I Head Start staffs whose

:. Autharo...1 Dtalers plight 0Ihe citizen commendable efforts in ,
i nnr.ie who is being squeezed
I setting up the election, I ALICE ARWOOD
For Evont-lnterthem" by inflation/ / he rushesto preparing ballots registering ..."
CAMPER MART INC.
S'.IJI.r Heating LAir raise 7ne aid his by tares offeringto voters, and operating the !. #- Yes The Girls Have Taken (Manager)

3111 H. Main Gainesville Cenditing Equio voting centers and mobile
units were so necessary to the l. Over At Mustang Mobile Homes
378-2954 T
Service
Boy
D.pt.1 Accessories Supplies success of the election. ,1k

Complete Camping Store Parts and Service In Starke, and They are Out To ... .
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