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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 25, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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jury returned a guilty
verdict last Thursday in the
murder trial of inmate
Richard Sherman Williams,
28, in the stabbing death of
Jimmy Ross Freeman, 24, on
I.\ May 13 in Florida State f
Prison.
A sentence of life Im-
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degree murder
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Theron A. Yawn,

." received man jury.the The
L begin at the
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The trial ended
.y action until next

,. 29, when more
... scheduled.
Williams was
degree murder
_death in the
the jury returned
verdict on the
Williams had
months remaining
i his prior sentences
stabbing occurred.At .
the two day
began Wednesday

f -.j Assistant Hebert's State first

Johnny Lee

Fire Destroys: House On 301 Ptiotaby Terry wtittn and prison recreation for the

who testified that
400 inmates had
An unoccupied house owned by Mrs. Lex Green burned to South spotted the blaze and notified firemen. Green stated watch a movie that
the ground two miles south of Starke Friday. that the house was a total loss.Value of the house could not May 13.Charles.
Fire Chief Harry Green explained that the call came in at immediately be determined. Insurance officials currentlyare was in
2:30 Friday afternoon. Someone passing the house on US-30L trying to decide the value of the destroyed structure. adjoining the
when he received
from Officer

Stolen At Here turn been on dimmed the lights.just 1973 last

Drugs Gunpoint SaturdaySome before to show the of
Officer Wynn had ( on
a commotion
$500 in narcotics and the prescription department, with very little of the drugs Store and bought one large orders. mates was
barbituates were stolen at were unaware it was hap- being in a form that can be coke from Joan Bennette and When they got into the back upper tiers of the
gunpoint from Koch's DrugStore pening. injected directly into the left. He came back a few (See Page 5) The lights were
Starke early Saturday The drugs were mostly in bloodstream.At minutes later and told Mrs. full intensity,
morning Oct. 20,according to the form of pills which would approximately 7:45: a.m. Edna Stone that he would like Charles stepped to
the city police department have to be taken orally, Saturday morning one white to see Koch's greeting cards. door, while
The armed robbery was Koch's Owner Olin White saId male went into Koch's Drug Mrs. Stone showed him the LEST WE FORGET placed a hurried
carried out so that cards and he said they didn't call to the control
quietly
have anything he liked and Come Sunday all sorts of assistance.
employees, other than those in more
Fair Weather Seen For Area that he also wanted a things could happen to us: Wynn and Sgt
prescription filled. Like missing a favorite TV were the only
Mostly fair, mild days and weather over the state. The robber then went to the program, or getting to church at the gym at the
mild to cool nights are There was some rainfall in rear of the store to the and wondering why everyone Charles further
c hr eiat Ttiizr I predicted in a four-day the county in the past week, prescription counter, pulled a else Is leaving so soon. that he saw -4)I
"'t LsJ1 weather outlook beginning but not enough to measure. 45 automatic pistol from the Sunday,October 28. at 2 a.m. prison -
Friday, Oct. 26, in a weather the nation reverts to Eastern
The is front of his pants and stuck it Williams) chasing
county extremely dry,
report from the Florida say the Forest Service. in Mrs. Marjorie Jones' back Standard Time, having been down the bleachers FFA
Forest Service. and told her not to make any on Da j light Saving Time since Freeman fell national
r There will be patchy early Three fires were reportedover noise. April 29. reaching the 194748.
morning ground fog with a the week burning a total Another white male came in Set your clocks and watches floor. to the
-V chance of a few showers along of 1.4 acres, including a homeon after the first. The two men HACK ONE noun before While lying still
the coast. No rain is expectedhere US-301 south, a careless forced Mrs. Jones at gunpointto retiring Saturday night, and floor and with a of
unless Hurricane Gilda, fire when a trash fire escaped, go back of the prescription you should be right on to protect himself youngest
now building back up to storm and a second careless fire at counter where Koch owner schedule with the rest of the was heard to say: ]House
I force, pushes cloudy rainy Highland. Olin White, the druggist, fills nation Sunday Morning. of
"Don't do it,
St. Mark's please, please '

Episcopal Church -The Goblins Will Get You If You Don Watch OutFive however The plea, as went the ;

BAZAARSATURDAY deadly assault was
Bradford County fried or smoked mullet. by the attacker,
Elementary Schools will be Tickets will be$1.50 adult, and who asked of
NOV.3
celebrating Halloween Oct.: 27- $1 for children under 12. There question:
30 with big carnivals and will be a costume parade and "How does.it
Opens 9:30: AM parades, and lots of
young judging. There are also Charles said that
Chili KitchenBaked ghosts and goblins. games, hayrides, cake walk, attack at the
The annual Starke and a lot of other booths. steps that he
Goods Elementary School Halloween Everyone is invited. ferent stabbings,
Knick Knacks Carnival will be held Satur- was about 10 feet
Novelties day, Oct. 27, at Westside Park Brooker Elementary'sHalloween with an unknown
from 5:309 p.m.,Activities carnival will be the other inmates
COME SEE USI will begin with a costume p.m. Festivities will begin held Saturday, Oct. 27, gathered about the
with a parade starting at 5
parade at starting with a parade at 4 scene.
starting promptly
212 N. Church St. 5:30: Booths will be Pot leaving the BUS parking p.m. There will be a chicken After the body of
Starke pm. and proceeding directly to pileau In the school
opened as soon as the judgingof supper offered no further
Westside Park. There be -
will
the costumes is completed.A cafeteria and games on the Williams then
TEENAGE few of the planned activitieswill prizes for costume school grounds following the and faced the
judging, also cake walk
( a parade.
started toward
be a country store, cake Saturday, Oct. 27, opening
bingo, raffling off 26-inch 3-
knife in his hand.
Dance walk throw, fish-pond and sponge speed bicycle; 26 booths in all. Hampton Elementary's with a parade leaving at the In
Saturday The Lawtey ElementarySchool Halloween Carnival is set fire station at 5 p.m. There "They
Oct.Zl The Southside Elementary Carnival will be held at will be a costume judging at covey of quail"
School Halloween Carnival the school, Oct. 27, from 5-9 5:30: p.m. in front of the school At this point He suc-
9 p.m.. Midnight will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30, p.m. There will be a fish and the carnival starts at 6 mate, Ronnie )
at Westside Park starting at 5 supper starting at 5 p.m. with p.m. at the school. There will over to the body of com-
be plenty of booths and an an
THE PEACE MACHINE to (
apparently his life-
auction at 8 p.m. The kitchen
New victim but
Armory i was
will be open for snacks -
Williams who
hamburgers, hotdogs, and derson in the Mr. and

Court,.rJ Senior sponsor Citizens the of Pepsi Hamptonwill stand. making his escape. Starke Lake

the (!! After relating his he
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Halloween is officially next the incident, also
@ Wednesday October 31. tified the knife,
Residents are reminded to been fashioned IS.
Account Now bnufod Up stock up on candy in pair of heavy in the
T. JZO.OOO by preparation for neighborhoodtrick shears, as the of FFA
F....... 0.- bw-.n..Copf or treaters who will be the attack.See which
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Founders Day Hope Baptist Society Plans Country Club EngagementMr.

ObservedBy Members Fete Halloween Party Sets
Play Day and Mrs. Jack D.
ADK ChapterFounder's WifeRev. Sunday Brassell of Fredericksburg,
Pastor, For SaturdayOn Va. announce the engagement
of their Lee,
Day for Alpha St. Edward's Altar Societywill daughter Peggy
to Steven Judd, of
Delta Kappa, International and Mrs. Merle entertain religion classes Saturday, Oct 27, the Mrs. Larry and son the
Honorary Sorority for Women Packham were honored on from preschool through sixth Starke Golf and Country Club Ralph Fleahardy a
late James L. Judd of ,
Educators, was observed by their 29th wedding an- grade with a Halloween Party will have a member-guest golf Luray
Va.
Alpha Gamma chapter at the niversary, Oct. 14, when the Sunday afternoon, Oct. 28, play day. Afterwards, will bea
home of Mrs. Laurie Mullins. congregation of Mope Baptist from 2 until 4 o'clock. Mrs. free barbecue chicken Miss Brassell is the grand-
The impressive candelight Church gave a surprise Michelle Parker is in chargeof Ir..1 dinner for all members and daughter of Mrs T. L.
ceremony was conducted by reception for them. arrangements. guests starting at 7 p.m. After Wainwright and the late Mr.
the president, Mrs. Lucille Mrs Peggy Shaller an- k dinner everyone is invited to Wainwright of Lawtey. She
Payne. The reception was held in nounces that the Halloween join in the.fun of "Las Vegas graduated from Washingtonand
The history of the local the church education building dance scheduled for October Night." Lee High School, Ferrum
chapter from 1958: was traced following the evening worship 27 has been cancelled due to r4t College, and attended ".1
by sharing the scrapbook. service. A tiered wedding conflicting activities. Madison College.Mr. A,' t
1 I Ita BSP MembersSee
the business Donations of .
During cake centered the refresh- clothing, : -
meeting the yearbooks were ment table. household and shop items, Judd graduated from '
brought up to dale. toys, jewelry and bricabracare Tour SlidesS. Page County High School and
A social hour was enjoyedby being collected by the attended National Business
members and guests with Among the approximately Altar Society for a rummagesale L. Peek,Jr. showed slidesof College in Roanoke, Va. ( ,;;., ,
refreshments served by Mrs. 150 guests attending were the to be held Saturday, Nov. Joy Crews Becomes Bride his trip to Bankok, Japan, ., "
Mullins and co-hostess Mrs. Packhams' son and daughter- 3, in Starke. Mrs. Muriel and Hong Kong at the meetingof A December wedding is
Ernestine Register. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gilhooly, Mrs. Carolyn Of Steve Rosier 29 Gamma Theta chapter, planned.
Packham, Jr. and family of Blakewood, and Mrs. An- Sept. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Brassell Judd
toinette Coss are cochairmenof Monday evening. The
Grandin Lake and their son- colored flowers. meeting
Joy Crews became the brideof - -- ----- --- ---
in-law and daughter, Mr. and this event. was held at the home of Mrs. 000ooooofxooooo0000000000WEDNESDAY
and Father Vincent Haul was a Steve Rosier on Sept. 29 at Raymond Durban, brother- Wayne Wynn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden of Mrs. Bill Phillips childrenof
in-law of the
the home of her Mr. groom, served as
Pompano Beach were last Middleburg. guest of honor at the covered parents During the social hour a
and Mrs. John L. Crews of best man.
of Mr. dish held in the Parish decorated Halloween cake
supper
Friday supper guests
Baldwin. Steve is the son of Miss Dana Miller, niece of NIGHT
Hall Oct. and served FISHSPECIAL
and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. on Sunday, 21 punch were by
following the ScripturalRosary Mr, and Mrs. Marvin E. the bride, was flower girl, and Mrs. Wynn and cohosless, '
Service. Father Haut Rosier of Lawtey. wore a yellow floor length Connie Best..
who heads the Catholic The double-ring candlelight dress, with a nosegay of
AMBITIOUS PERSON Charities Bureau in ceremony was performed by yellow carnations. Dale sLu 1'
Jacksonville spoke of the the Rev. Donald Denton of Crews, nephew of the bride, $1.75
Grade United Methodist served as ringbearer.A Mrs. A. M. Smith of Cant-
GENERAL Cocktail
FOODS IS EXPANDING. possibility of setting a Lounge
DISTRIBUTORS
AND similar service in up the Church, Lawtey reception followed the well,Alaska and Rogue River, .\11, rile Fried Flounder
CONSULTANTS ARE NEEDED HERE TO LEARN AND Gainesville and Starke area. Given in marriage by her ceremony. Serving the three- Ore., Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of You Can Eat
TEACH PROFESSIONAL MAKE UP TECHNIQUES. Volunteers to work on this father, the bride wore a lovely tiered wedding cake was Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
will be welcomed.St. pale pink floor length empire Bonnie Durban, sister of the John Deas of Lake City and INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO.
program waist dress with a white collar groom. Joan Boyd and Sandra Miss Martha Jo Deas of the HUSH PUPPY & PIRATE'S SLAW
COMPLETE TRAINING WITH CONTINUAL GUIDANCE and lace trim. She carried a Crabtree served i punch. University of Georgia were

CHRISTMAS IS COMING- BUY NOW TO AVOID RUSH. Edwards bouquet of pink and white After a short trip to South weekend guests of Mr and 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE FLA 378.2931jLqii
carnations centered with pink Florida the couple is residing Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Kingsley
FREE MAKE UP LESSON & FREE LIPSTICK Dance DelayedThe rosebuds.-. in Baldwin. Lake.
CALL FOR INTERVIEW The matron of honor was
St. Edward's Catholic Mrs.\ Wanda Miller, sister of
ROBERTA A.KUHLMAN Church dance scheduled for the bride, w ho wore a blue and
RT.1. BOX 27, LAKE BUTLER Saturday, Oct. 27, has been while floor length dress and
postponed. carried a bouquet of multi-
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the Eastern Star will have a Lake Butler
covered dish supper Saturday
night at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Alpha Nu chapter of Delta J
lJclltE'tfE' ; S 2T/PD/11/1 Hall. All Masons and their Kappa Gamma International
families are invited to attend.
Society of key women
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I teachers, met Tuesday
I evening, Oct. 16 at the 1 I'I
I Community Center in Lake I'f.

i PRICEBREAKERSSawyer Butler Naomi Roberson gave the I \

distributed devotional. Year and Edna books were Hart 1&LL4&J .

I spoke on the significance of

I At I II the Muriel society Norman pin. president, i

presided at the business I ? F
I Slade Gas meeting. Shirley Jasonek,
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chairman of Personal Growth Y
and Services committee,
presented the program which w sv&
was a panel discussion of 1I
I YOUR some teaching techniques
relative to certain school
I I Iw innovations. On the panel
were JoAnn Smith Martha
Budget priced with I Riherd Tommie Noun Mane
capacity and convenience I Burnsed and Sue Winkler
c Hostesses for the meetingwere
'- 11.5 cu. (t.Manual Defrost the Lake Butler membership -
I lrzJ Refrigerator I 14 1111Y
I Others attending! from
Freezer holds up to 64 Ibs Starke were: Mrs. Cleo Andrews -

H Two Ice'n Easy trays Mrs. Evelyn (Haney,
I Mrs Helen Johns, Mrs. Adele
Full width chiller tray holds up to Mitchell Mrs. Mona\ Canova.
., 19 Ibs, Ideal for drinks or des- Mrs.-Marilyn Vellenga Mrs.
serts Kate Sheppard. Mrs. Maxine Y
l I Gibson, Mrs. !Maureen\ Paul,
O Three cabinet shelves, I IL Iy Mrs. Lucile Payne and Miss I -

I -- jJJ 9/10 Huge bushel.vegetable bin holds Della Rosenberg.


Door shelves for eggs, butter, nu'u\; BRUHa: a
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hall-gallon milk cartons and fl.fKKKt.CLTS: :
tall bottles 1VI/
I Mr and !Mrs\ Edward lAawtl'lJu.u
I Ie
==-T Only 28" wide 61" high: needs Wainwright were the winning
I no door clearance at sIde. couple at Duplicate Bridge I,6 I f. '
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Miller and Mrs. J. D. Odom
I were second and tying for Id
The economical !J 1
C way I II third were !Mrs.\ Paul Johnsonand
to dry a wide I Mrs. W E. Baringer and .
variety of clothes! I Mrs Sherrod Hamilton and
I aI Mrs. M A. Baldwin.
MODEL I
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iUp FFA National convention in
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Porcelain.Enamel Top, Lid, Wash l
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Gene Long has
returned after spending
several days with her son-in- Baldwin
law and daughter, Capt. and
Mrs. Dan M. Pater III and
baby daughter, Stephanie, in
.San Antonio, Texas.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tillisof w Chevrolet-

Palatka were Sunday m
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Sale.

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moncrief
spent last week in Fort Olds.OK
Lauderdale with Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Walker, and the .
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. U.
W. Underlll in Indiatlantic.Sen. .

and Mrs. Charley USED CARS
Johns have returned after
three weeks in Glenville, N.C. _

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of
Panama City and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live Oak
and their families spent the Bargain
weekend with their mother, pr.
Mrs. II. A. Lawson and also .
visited Mr. Lawson in the
Bradford County Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher,
Jr. were camping with the
Rambling Gators at
Seamount, St. Augustine from
Friday to Monday. These are the host of beauties that made up the Queen's Kite and Jimmy Cissy; Joy Andrews and Charles Iloltrendorf 1973 Chevrolet Impala CoupeSolid
Court, and all the princesses of each class with their escortsfor ; Queen Pam lta>burn and I.arryndrl'ws; Janette
Charney Williams, Buck the 1973: Bradford High Homecoming. They are listed Davis and Elva Hampton; Eileen McDougald; Rodney Chamois with black vinyl top. Power steering and
Norman, Morris Brown, R. E. with their escortsfrom (l-r), Fajonne Hawkins and Terry Holaml; Cynthia Davis and Randolph Lennon; Kerenda brakes, air conditioning radio and heater. 350 V-8 with
Williams, Canova Howard Long; Lisa Newman and Gerald Meng; Denise Ilersey and Williams and Alvaughn Gulden; Debbie Mitchell: and Glen factory duel exhausts. Only 13,000 miles. Like new all! over.
Jim Brown Godwin, Harold Keith Carter; Connie Jones and Raymond Whittle; Terri Mullins.
Godwin Eugene Gordon and $3195
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returned Mrs. F. V. Herlong of
Sunday from a two weeks Jacksonville was a weekend Local admittances to Mr.and Mrs. C. D. Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mrs. Julie Underhill, Mrs.
I hunting trip Gunnison, Colo. guest of Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Bradford County Hospital this ) Jacksonville were Sunday Harrington and daughters of Tommy Hollingsworth and
week include: Mrs. Edna guests of Mr. and Mrs. One Ormond Beach were weekend Larry Williams attended the
.DDDD"DDD"D D' l.aoDIIDaDDDoIDaDDDDTile Underwood) Wyman Man- Wiggins. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. 15th annual Christmas design
ning, Mrs. Avie Luke, Mrs. Christy.Mr. school presented by the South- 1973 Chevrolet Short Wheel Base
Gertrude Cocclardi, Mrs. SA Stan Reddish, who is west Georgia Florist Club in
Alma Starling, Andrew attending the Navy radio and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Thomasville, Ga., Oct. 20-21. Fleetside
Varnes, Ottis Geiger, Mrs. School in Bainbridge, Md.? Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Underhill and Mrs. Pickup
Wilma McDaniel, Lawrence spent Friday to Monday with O. Patterson of Montgomery Hollingsworth won the grand 350 V8 Engine, turbo transmission, power steering two-
Todd and Mrs. Dorothy his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ala. were last Wednesday door prize. tone paint,radio and heater, and new white side wall tires.
Combs, Starke; Mrs. Nellie Drew Reddish. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Mud grips on the rear". Sold new for over$3.1300.00.
Leavitt, Waldo; Eugene Roy J. Andrews in Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Corey, Keystone Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall Jacksonville.Mr. Williams and daughter, $2895
/ "l'fllgic" of our free Mrs. Florida Baldree, Lake and family of Pratt street Suzanne, of Savannah, Ga.
Geneva. have moved to Crystal Lake. and Mrs. John Williamsand spent Friday to Tuesday with

l - a _. -www- -- ,- .......-...-....-.......- Mrs. Pearl Helms of San !Mr. and Mrs Mack Williams.
Diego, Calif were weekend They all visited Mr. and Mrs.
instruction can "treat"')'011 guests of Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Richard Williams and 1972 Chevrolet Townsman Wagon |
Dare to eD,?len.Wewitha daughter in Tallahassee
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford, Saturday and Sunday
torn an v needle workI' Mr\ and Mrs. Inman 6 passenger dark blue with white top. All the chrome and a
II rIU Harrelson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. luggage rack on top. Only 26,000 miles. Sold new by us.
This
'' I' Howard Lam of Anna, III Eva Anderson attended the / is a clean one owner\ wagon.

"tricks"/ were guests of Mr and Mrs L funeral of Mrs. Sam Rosen-
C Early from Saturday to oerg in Jacksonville Monday $2995
Wednesday.Mrs. .
ox Mr. and Mrs. R. V St. John
I' A Man SometimesHas T H. Slade visited and daughter, Joy, visited Mr.
Mrs D. C. Farehand in and Mrs. Steve St. John and
Albany, Ga.. last Thursdayand Mrs. Mildred St. John in 1972 Ford Pinto 3 Door RunaboutDark
To Live In Two Friday. Bradenton over the weekend.
=' / They were joined by Seaman blue,, big 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, ;I
,. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon :
'
Vincent :St. John of Port
radio and heater::vinyl top and good white side wall tires,
y : Jr. visited their son-in-law and Canaveral.. Vincent, was the .
: Different Worlds.Jeanelle Clean( little car all the way)
\ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saturday night supper guestof
Carter and son in Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt 51895
y w Douglasville, Ga. Sunday to Farabee in Sarasota.
Tuesday of last week
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
: Mrs. Frank Weaver Sr. has Goldwire have returned aftera
1 .. returned to her home in month's visit with their son 1972 Chevrolet Nova
% Williston after two weeks visit and family, Mr\ and Mrs. Ray Rally Sport
with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Goldwire, in Tomahawk, Wis.
44 r Jackson Sr. and family. They all went on a camping Coupe
trip to Sault St. Marie, Mich
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver and Canada. 307 V-8 Engine Radio and Heater, Rally Wheels Vinyl trim
1AJi Shop and family spent Sunday with and 3-on-the-floor. Sharp one owner car.
& Mrs Mildred E. Summer in Dr. and Mrs. Pete Fram-
Interlachen. They attendedthe bough of Ocala were weekend $2395
1517 BESSENT ROAD STARKE, FLORIDA 126N. Court Church of God in guests of !Miss Jean Mundy at
Florahome and had dinner
in
,, t Q B o ft B p o OB a a a o o PUB n m a m t a fl ii i> t i Grandin. Kingsley Lake.


.......... ............. ............. .......... ............. .......... -.....oIIIo.! .. ..._... _____ .......... ............. _____ ...-.. ..._... ..._... ..._... ..-.. --- ......... ....... Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat
.. thews and Miss Madge 1972 Ford Torino Four DoorMedium
--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Middleton, accompanied by
r Mrs. H. B. McLendon of
For Your Dining Pleasure T Orlando, spent from Friday Bronze with Black Trim, Air Conditioned, V-8
and En.Ol! through Monday sightseeingin Automatic Transmission. dean SAVE Big
Relax the Boston and Cape Cod

: 7 EVERY I. areas. $2495

V Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of
SATURDAY NIGHT Williston spent the weekend
eNigltt with their daughter and
gn family Mr. and Mrs. Marc i
Ch TJ1p $5.5 Jackson.Dr. 1971 Chevy Ton
Pickup
By Candle Light
and Mrs. H G. Bollinger
Long Wheel Base Fleetside
returned Sunday after 10 days
csoCE% : ""l lfttllRTAlLpnlonSouP with their son-in-law and
With
YOUR Chl\\ed'Tomato\ ee F ComplimentaryChampagne daughter, Mr, and Mrs V-8 Radio and Heater. New Tires All Around, and Only
.Aff.fI]=.r William Brelandand daughter 32,000 Miles.
: : utonn in Glendale, Calif.
WilhUurSye TOSSF :1 preeemd CroSafal or Sparkling Burgundy 1995

Served Mr and Mrs. J. T Lawson
with Dinner
l'UR\yRfYy visited! her sister, Mrs. Henry
N NOL ,R11AST..mix' .Chutney Graddick in the Southeast I
Ue
Wild 1\1.0 LOB"rEIIItr. \ 7,, Alabama General Hospital in

( .. \lOLEBI\with oR.F.D Drawn. dotter \ "Special rr el Dothan, Ala. on Sunday.Mrs. 1970 Chevy 1 Ton Pickup

RLUIVFA hat' 1111lt.,
SI .
b1 G141C: TUP "\. er8. James Barron and 6 Cylinder, 4 Speed Transmission. Lots of Life Left Here
8
ULR NUl' ,Iw ""8\\ *, "sRUA9T Mrs. R. V. Turner of Starke
.It'.I\I\Jlfllf.F.F S" Occasions'Just J and !Mr and Mrs Carl Whiteof
1'1\I ALMt1UIEcAPPF' Rome Ga. were last 1695
.. ,:.R Thursday night dinner guestsof
BI\OIUUI\FU. II.I\\SI Mr. and !Mrs. AI Herndon in
: \1 01I \..tU.:!>!! If,.;'. a Night Out ffl'nARCIIALBR Gainesville.Mrs. .

FriedOmonRindn 1969 Olds 88 4 Door Sedan
... "Together"d DanceThe Myrtle Anderson has
: 01.\0.\ Before
HGE'tA"I.t returned after visit
10 days
""II)oil. 63,000 miles and very clean, with power steering brakes
/ '
with !Mr and Mrs. Edward
f11111CEDFY and cold air conditioning. If you're looking for clean,
tiTRTTRAY.rta6t Schwab
at Merritt Island. Mr
V. "RtIHUIRPA'lFJEC'r and Mrs. Schwab brought dependable transportation, check this little Olds out first.

Mrs. Anderson home and
:DdJ.rt:, CUFFEEIRTEAnar : spent the weekend.Mr $1295

PAGNIt o SPl'R UCO NGSURGUNO'I' "Inn-place"I To Be and Mrs. Robbie Shaller

spent the weekend with Mr.
ltNTI'tn 0\1'114\\.1. SERVED
,,pU' sit
and Mrs. Ogden Bates in
Jacksonville. 1966 Comet CoupeGood
'
Starke
(, At Tl Ite Inti (See .'ageII) Transportation, 6 Cylinder Standard.

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TELEGRAPH October, 1973

Jury Returns Guilty Verdict (From page 1) ..........""..""..................................1
.
Killing The Goose"For [ PERSOHALSg
4r
"For many citizens,-there The freshman legislator Charles also demonstratedto stitutional investigator at the then took the stand and removing the knife from his
to be no end to rising Intends to introduce a bill in the court and the jury the time of the incident. testified that he had been clothing and slashing at
property taxes": said the 1974 Legislature making it (From Page 3)) positions of Freeman and Assistant Public DefenderW. threatened by Freeman on the Williams, striking and
Representative Frank mandatory that all taxing Williams during the attack. C. Airth called Donald previous Thursday, and that penetrating his unbuttonedshirt 1
Williams-D-District 25. authorities roll back their Debbie Spengler, Cindy Upon direct examination by Smith, another Raiford in- he had tried to secure a knife with the knife. !
"We have got to do millage in the same propor Mitchell and Anne Haynes of Hebert, Officer Larry Wynn mate, who testified that he from another inmate before In the struggle that followed
something. If we don't, the tion as the increase in North Florida Junior Collegewere gave substantially the same saw a pair of scissors in the movie began that Sunday Williams could remember J
taxpayers: in this state are assessments.The home for the weekend. account of the incident as did Freeman's possession on evening. He was advised to [go striking Freeman two times, I
going to be in serious trouble bill will also require Charles.Dr. Friday and Saturday, see Freeman before the movie because he thought that
and we are going to 'kill the taxing authorities to hold their Mrs. William G. Godwin of Robert Klein, a preceding the murder on started and try to resolve the Freeman had another knife on
goose. that laid the golden budgets to no more than a ten Chagrin Falls, Ohio is visitingher pathologist from Gainesville, Sunday, and presumed that differences between them. He him.The
egg'1 Williams warns. per cent Increase per year mother, Mrs. Bertha testified that he performed an Freeman had taken them went up into the bleachers and jury retired to considerthe
without the vote of the people. Pearce, this week.Joining the autopsy on the body of from the main clothing room, sat directly behind Freeman, verdict at 4 p.m.t 5:58 a
I I family on Sunday were Mr. Freeman on May 14, and that where Freeman worked. who repeated his earlier verdict of guilty of second-
and Mrs. E. R. Smyth and 16 stab wounds were found on Inmate Robert Montana threats to "get him when (the degree murder was returned
daughter of Largo. the body. Four of the woundsin testified that he was seated lights went out." against Williams, and he was
the area of the heart and directly above and to the left Soon after the lights were sentenced to the maximum
f'MAGIC Misses Denise Winkler and lungs were the immediatecause of Williams and Freeman at dimmed, according to sentence of life imprisonment,
Doris Overstreet of FSU were of death, brought on bya the beginning of the Williams, Freeman proceededto to begin at the end of his
GHEE home for the weekend. massive internal argument, and that he saw carry out his threat by present term.
hemorrhage.Six Freeman remove the knife
Lynwood Waters of Danville color photographs of the from his person and take a
Va. arrives today for Mildred Hagen, winner of stab wounds to the body, taken swipe at Williams,after which '
several days visit with Mr. Saturday Nights Horse Show, by Dr. Klein, were allowed to they began struggling with SAM GRIFFIS
white.sate. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and held at the Fairgrounds.Mildred be introduced into evidence, each other, but in the dimnesshe
family. Mr. Walters has been over the objection of Assistant could not see too clearly
appointed assistant Hageii Public Defender W. C. Airth, what was taking place. GROCERY
superintendent of the Danville who said in his motion to the Craig Reed, inmate, said
Dentention Home and will court that their gruesome that shortly before the
assume his duties on Nov. 1. Is Top RiderMildred nature was such that they beginning of the movie that '
would be inflammatory and Williams came over to him FRESH RIBS
.. ., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and Hagen,one of the 44 prejudicial to the defendant. and asked if he had a knife on
;11..1 son, Michael, of Lake City riding in the Bradford Roping Other prison officials who him. Williams told Reed that
were Sunday visitors of Mr. Club horse show Saturday testified for the state were: he needed a knife to protect FOR
eoppertoiie.. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Jr. night, won by scoring the Everett J. Lamb, correctional himself from Freeman and his
highest points. officer; Clarence E. Allen, buddies, who had previously I BAR-B-Q
and avocado Mrs. Bill Green and The Jackpot event was pole corridor sergeant; Amos threatened to "get him, when R..
daughter Amber, of Oxen bending. There were also Crawford, sergeant, and Lt. the lights went out." /'"
Hill Md. are spending this bucking horses, side saddle Charles L. Brown, in- The defendant, Williams, CHUCK ROASTOR
:111(1 harvest week with Mrs. Lex: Green. riders and a lot of other shows. .
Everyone is invited to come to STEAK 9SC Ib
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson the Bradford County
sale
returned Sunday after 12 days Fairgrounds every Saturday Weaver Produce 98e Ib
visit with friends and relativesin night at 7:30 to join in with the
North Carolina. fun.

. .SERVICEh1EN..e. Marketu. SMOKED
Career DnSet

Ft. Dix:, N. J. Sept. 10 STEAK PICNICCLUB
\ -- Private Willie Berry Jr., At BUS Starke
whose parents live in Lawtey, erlt,
completed eight weeks of At Bradford High School's for11\e duce $' 39 ibFRESH 19c ,Ib
basic training at the U. S. annual College and Career fro
Army Training Center, In- Day set Monday, Oct.29, there 1" "cJ are
fantry, Ft. Dix, N. J. will be a sampling of neigh FrankMarie )
I He received instruction in boring community colleges pow b Yoti

==JI drill and ceremonies, state universities, technical ( se1"h1.. COLLARD
1 weapons, map reading, trades industry and the TtptuSpecial
combat tactics, military armed services. GREENS
I courtesy, military justice,
first aid and army historyand The program is designed to
I traditions.Pvt. assist juniors and seniors in :
Berry received the career plans by exposing
I 1, training with Company C, 5th them to the many available PORK
Battalion, 2nd Brigade.The opportunities.The ,
I 23-year-old soldier was New Crop Citrus
graduated from Bradford
program will be set up LOIN'CHOPS
High School Starke, in 1966 in the BHS library, in back of Choice
I Your
and received a Bachelor's the front entrance facing
degree from Bethune Cook- Temple Avenue from 9-11:30:
i man 1970. College in Daytona in a.m. The public is invited. 3 Doz. Tang.IDozPinkGrp..

SMOKED BACON
.
99C
1/20R WHOLE SLAB
VMAGJC CHEF BEATrliliSHORTAGETACK $1 09

2 Doz Naval Or.PRICES
.
OVER DOORS. WINDOWS.
e FULL 36"EXTRA PLASTIC $109
P PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS fLEXIBIE r. Ib
e LARGE 3O" OVEN \ ; L.CL AR .-j;; S GOOD .,
CRYST
lleJ4 "
$18 8 >
e REMOVABLE OVEN DOOR l :
OO e" e" OCT. 25-27 .
e LIFT-UP COOK TOPNODRIP.RECESSED o On/P -L, '+() ..r.h rr A.f 625 E. Brownlee

e / COOK TOP __ 39< ela as

R" ft e ,Starke Fla.
Look 3 fI Wd., We Fruit Orders
Homes I are now taking gift
for the protected with' Also m a Ft
Flea 0 Glass can r 7' 11, Width' .
name --- "--- -
Slade '
Sawyer Gas save up to 40% ,m fuel costs i l 1( VD HOLDS

GENUINE FLEX-O GLASS 'is far T| IN&3; ur/lr
the
on stronger than polyethylene, ,its I VV .-r MLAIthe
Heating &Air Conditioning edgefor only plastic' window mateVTVjA A KEEPS
your rill GUARANTEED 2 YEARS) \=-V.Jjf \]\ OUT
332 W. Madison ..p B-o Ch.t.ta 60611 k V/ V t COLD
964-7701 protection P'o", :.... m PUM.eiS.ix. 1924 ( X V' II
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RETAIN THIS WORK SHEETDEPARTMENTOFTHETPEASURY THE GOVERNMENT OF

=: HAMPTON CITY
I", OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING MOBILE HOMES INC.
@r 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N W PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION
S WASHINGTON. DC.20226 FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING
C1
(tKJ) 0( ]I EXECUTIVE, PROPOSAL Check this block"if this. plan is bated on ,ILLlj/ J.?:" 2 AND ENDING JUN :ZQj:; > .1.3i'4;
an executive proposalDEBT

I(ILl) borrowing How will, the requirements availability of of your revenue jur.dcl'on7NOEFFECT sharing' funds affect the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN WHERE THE GIRLS ARE !

I 1 ESTIMATED TOTAL OF :*''*> 273
AVOID DEBTINCREASE
)U TOO ACCOUNT NO. JOAN FORSYTH
I LESSEN DEBT INCREASE SOON TO
II__II PREDICT EFFECTM 1Q :2 C 04 ooHHrlPT

( ) TAXES In which of the following, manners Is it expacttd that the (4 CITY
- .I availability, of Revenue Sharing Funds will affect the laic CITY CLERKHfit1FTCt4 "" ..' i
Itvels of your jurisdiction Check l"many as apply. I ALICE ARWOOD
FLOKIDfl 21044:
I a WILL ENABLE REDUCING 0 WILL REDUCE AMOUNTOF RATEINCXEASC Yes The Girls Have Taken (Manager)
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX I OFA MAJOR TAX. ,

" I D WILL PREVENT INCREASE IN C"' NOEFFECTDNTAXLEVELS l 'k Over At Mustang Mobile Homes
7"1 RATE OF A MAJOR TAX OCJ ,1\

In Starke, and They are Out To
n I WILLPRMEAVEJORNTENACTING D TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT i
TAX .-.
IA cI OPERATlNGJMAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES .=-_-=--- = Save You Money On Quality Y'I.\

c 0: PRIORITY PLANNED mooo PRO :: PLANNED PERCENT PLANNED FOR: __ Mobile F '
Homes. .
+ PURPOSE ., .
:UVj:: EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES ...''NTlIWICI tw of EXPENDITURES uN0 Ote1E ,..
CATEGORIESIA( ) ((8)) D..urV1m asnea lO,>> IEMICtS D'O, .ID (IE) (IF) IQUlrME G ONSTRUCAONACOUISITION' OTIRE..IN .
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...:. ENVIRO..MENTAL.. % I ALTAIR-ARA-ARGO-BOANZA r 4 "
PROTECTION,," S Cl'1" 'TION S % % % o/co ;
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S % %
nlws "mid, haw bun Idvised that I completl copy % 0/0
01 thIS report has be.n pubhohed In I local newspaper 01 general' 21 OT"'S"ec'1corculltlon. "" '
I have lecords docum.nllnlJ Ihe contains 01 this S % % I
rlpo" and they Ire open for public and n.we "m.da, scrutiny' % % Price Includes And
220T"'EII'S"eclfyl"' Delivery Complete Set Up
S % % %I %
I I..ure I"e Socrellry 0' tho Trelsury that the statutory 23provuwns Within 100 Mi.
Io"d ''n Part G 01 .Inl""ctIO" accompanying thiS, TOTAL PtANNEO
report will be comphed with, by this reelpe,1, govern".nt" with CANTALEXPEN01 S
LURES i;
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STARKE MOBILE HOME SHOPPING CENTER

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October 23 1973!: TEl.EC.H VPH I'.I i e 5


II Alvarez Elected ..... .....,.......... ......... Drugs Stolen/ ... ... ........................e...... .'.(Officials;

From Page It home: Lookout :Mountain( in r From Page II When It
now numbers 4-18.01)0, from Chattanooga. Tenn. and the they told :Mrs[ Jones to lie on last saw the car on a Saturday Elected bye Comes ToC"aS
7798 high school vocational St. Louis Zoo. Temple and his the floor face down then one of night in Callahan leaving for
agriculture. departments in wife flew to the contention the men gave an arms duffel Talladega. Alabama and thata Raiford( J (tern
the t U S.National meeting the group in Kansas bag to White and told him to different tag was on the car.
Future Farmers of City. fill it with narcotics and
America convention was heldin There were a lot of blue barbituates Then had White Through further investigation Five new councilmen were
the :Municipal! AuditoriumIn Jackets in K. C according to lay on the floor also. They then ( Officer Julius elected for the town of Raiford
Kansas City from October Paul Hutch ins. Delegates and walked out of the store and Eunice found that after the last week with incumbent J
16-19) Those attending from members In attendance told :Mrs! Stone good-bv and car was in Alabama for a D Gnlf being!! high man w ith
Bradford Counts were numbered 15000/ Among( the thanked her couple of days. the trio was 54 totes Second high was
Jimmy.' Greg' AharezJimmv dignitaries on the program "Don't say a word. :Mrs! headed for Greenville. South :Michael Bud Dobbs with 31
s father Harold were George Wallace of Jones White warned several Carolina where Hammond whJleJovce :Norman'; was third 1374
Alvarez. Paul Hutchms Jr. Alabama. Ken Curtis. times. grandparents live The with JO Others winning
Andy Baldree Tommy :Miller Festus" on Gun Smoke and :No'; one saw which way they Greenville. S. C. police council seats were Lamar
and Paul Hutchins. Julie Nixon Eisenhower went The robbers were department was notified Green with 46; votes and
agriculture instructor at BHS. Jimmy merged from( a fieldof described as two white males. about the stolen car and that Leland Brallier with 40
!Supt': and :Mrs Jim Templealso 31 contenders to becomeone one about 5'5 to 5'7 tall brown warrants would be signed. Those eliminated were
attended the convention of six national officers. hair between. 20 and ;25 vears After Hammond found out incumbent :Myrtle Lee Sweat.
Bradford Senior Chapter Heading the organization is a of age and armed with a 43 that the car was stolen he told with 39tes'( Elbert Thorn
received the Silver Emblem national president followed by automatic The other was :McClenaghan that he wasn't ton. 38. and Jimmy :Neil
Award for over-all chapter four regional vice-presidents wearing fatigues carrYing a going to ride in the car anymore Thornton. _>8.
accomplishment for the past and a national secretarj The duffel bag and also between 20 and tried to talk :Mc[ Elmer Wallace was reelected -
.tear National FFA Convention( is and.25. about six feet tall. The Clenaghan into turning mayor without opposition
The Starke group traveled an annual event of the Future robbers were in a white or himself into the police. :Mc .
b> car and visited The Hermitage Farmers of America and is light blue small car. with a Clenaghan stated that he was Those elected will begin STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
Andrew Jackson'sNew carried out in cooperationwith South Carolina( tag: the' also going to make a run for it to their new rwo-vear} terms at
the t U S Office of had a small dog with them Ft. Bragg. North Carolina the regular council meeting on
Education of the Departmentof that t likes to drink coke. where his brother was :November'; 5
Health. Education and Three more( thefts took stationed.On The first major project
EntertainmentFeaturing Welfare. place in Starke Oct. 15-22. the way to Ft. Bragg the facing the new council will be
The Convention is conducted A 19 :Mercury! two-door car gave out of gas south of the construction of a new
entirely by student hardtop( was stolen from Fayville. :N..; C. where :Mc Raiford fire house at a cost of
members all between the agesof Terwilkgar :Motors between Clenaghan abandoned the car around So.500. The council DODGEU.S.
14 and 21 The six National Oct, 11-15 The Starke Police and headed back to Florida recently appropriated S4.5ou
FFA Officers take charge of Department received a call On Oct. 17 McClenaghanturned for this project, and work is
Beverly. :J.a'Je all business sessions( and 115 from the county jail to meet himself into Officer expected to start soon
official delegates representthe some people( at Terwillegar EUnice. *" 301 Starke
X. 964-6600
membership in voting( on :Motors w\ ith reference to a Hammond and Starling In planning the dinner .
Nathvtlu VOC6.tFrd..Saturd.. all issues of business. stolen car. stated that they did not know menu todays\ housr"ifi>
.. Two people Dorothy Ann the car was stolen until they d"I"." t necessarily pil.k J
!High food prices create a Sweat and Linda Gall had made it to Greenville. S. What 1 "Jlnd'loud.. hut chat
NignitMitt market for a new product, Starling. stated that they had C. where the both got out of sounds scairo.THt Has
"......Ntw RNOw( llir, hurglar-proof( lunch seen a car similar to the the car. :: (. Hot' S E-shootmp
"Lit t Sing SongTog"hor" tack. description in Callahan on a A $50) white-Mall tire was e Saturday The occupants in stolen from Baldwin- h-rrl. know The"Best
What a luck mt!:
The sup"annuared'rletid' .
the James Ham- Chevrolet-Olds. Oct22:
car were fiat! if it !gets; humped off u
end sub? that one of the /' $tra. mond. Loretta Starling and Jimmy Lawson. sales will be by an aristocratic
"I.Lovt B mg Aroundyou" finnt/.. or*>ltrr"'i(ed it that.r'e's George Russell :McClenaghan.all manager called and reporteda bullet. _
no sttiiafion; ; (ii taky of Starke spare tire on a Chevrolet van
: a lo'ig I lunca hot.r on your :Mrs Sweat stated that she was stolen.
ENTERTAINMENT'N'GMTSA"'EEK r.u.n me. Gilbert Goldwire's home at
oooooooooooooooooooooooooaooooctDeWitt 220 :N..; :Mimosa! in Starke was Sellers"Tom
.......................... robbed of about S20Q in coins
and a pistol while the Gold- t
EVE Or"WEDNESDAY C.JonesFuneral
wires were on vacation This
:
IS makes the second time the
DANCE CONTEST"''GMT
....... ................... Home Goldw ire's have been robbed(
while a way.


Bobby's : STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL e e Ask Ihn ,,;r, krt

: HOSPITAL 6EDS WALKERS. WHEELCHAIRS The little/ girl doun the
Hideaway a CRUTCHES block/ lat( iente t thai( Just as CharleyE.
the reaches the bobvsifli'tragf
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS (there I* a sharp decrease .
101 Norm-"Waldo
PHONE 4733176booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooe m the l birthrate
creating a shortage: o/ sit- Johns
teat

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All Earnings Compounded DailyNew With Sale Of Every Mobile Home

60'Or Over

Certificates issued by Savings & Loan Associations & Commercial Banksare *'

subject to new penalties for early withdrawal: A certificate holder making an early
withdrawal will receive interest on the amount withdrawn at not more than the prevailing passbookrate

and shall also pay a minimum penalty or the lesser of ((1)) 90 days' ((3 months') interest at the FRIDAY THRU SUNDAYSPECIAL .
passbook rate or ((2)) interest at such rate from the date of issuance or renewal on the amount with.
drawn.


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Guaranty Federal, Serving 6- Total Electric 2 BR. :



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Bradford and Clay 0909--


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.lIm 3501 W. University Avt.Phone 373-8482 0909- Gold Medal Mobile Homes -

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mike Muse, Mr. and Mrs. H. School PTA is sponsoring the W. S. Crews of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hmote of
C. Kelly,and Mrs.Robert Lee, annual Halloween Carnival on Elizabeth Terry Debbie Wyke of visiting his mother, Mrs. Miami spent some time with
their teacher. Saturday, October 27. Laurinburg, N. C., grand- P. S. Crews Thursday of last their sister,Mrs. O. J. Phillipsand
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH at the church Everyone is invited to come George Shuford, Gayle and Mrs. S. C. Harley, Jr., and of Mr. and Mrs. Doc week. Danny. Other guests were
Radio Program over \\PXE, Homecoming observed Rev and enjoy the games, fun and John; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders son Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley, Mosey, was married Oct. 4 to Onie Thornton of her son-in-law and daughter,
Starke,8 a. m. Sundays: Bible was on Sunday, Billy and Scotty Mr. Lonnie Harley, Miss Dot Wayne Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd
John Perkins of Dinsmore fish supper The supper will ; !Mrs. Berry in a home Auburndale is visiting her of
School 10 a. m., Worship a and Mrs. William Barrett and and Mrs. Ga. for the
former the begin at 5 p.m. with either Alvarez, Wayne ceremony. and other relatives for a !Macon weekend.
Services at 11 and 7:30: p.m., pastor, brought smoked or fried fish being Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Douglas and children all of sister
School .on Bible Doctrine, message. Dinner was servedon served with hushpuppies, cole Crews and Edward; Michael Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kathy Faulkner, of Atlanta few days. Friends of Mrs. D, E,.
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome. the grounds at attended.noon. Approximately slaw and baked beans. The Jordan and Stewart Pauley. Chesser and family of Sanford Christian College, stopped by Mr and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof Boatright regret to learn that
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Prayer Meeting United Methodist price will be $1.50 for adults All reported a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson to see Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock Worthington Springs were she is a patient in Bradford
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Bible Women and Mrs. and visiting Mrs. P. S. Crews last
Wm.
met at the home of !Mrs. Leo and students 12 or older $1.00 Blocker son family while visiting her County Hospital.
Study. will be the price for children Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruis of Blocker and Mrs. Martha parents Mr. and Mrs. James Thursday.
Brother Austin Fields] of Dyal on Tuesday morning.. under 12.AIIyone. Plant City called on their Milley, of Lake City; Mrs. Faulkner of Starke.
Coal Grove Ohio, pastor of Arthurine Blanchard vice ; who has not been cousin Mrs. Bryant Reddish Mae, Wells and Mrs. Wayne
Arabia Baptist Church will be president, presided. It was contacted about donations or on Saturday.Miss Massey and children, and Mrs Flay Bennett of

in a meeting with Faith opened Truby with Wainwright prayer ,by after Mrs. contributions may call the Randy Harley, of Lawtey, Macclenny spent some time A A RENTAL SERVICE'
Baptist Church I Friday and which had school or come by before Catherine Young of gathered at the home of Mrs. with her brother-in-law and
the business
Saturday nights at 7:30: ( p.m. we Friday Lakeland spent the weekend Joe Dorko for a family get. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb ,
and Sunday morning at 11. meeting.We had the last three with Mr. and Mrs. Hermie together after the Harris. She was an overnight
Dinner will be served the chapters of Romans for Bible 964-5898
at Kelly and attended
the Homecoming at the Methodist guest of her nephew and niece,
noon hour, and services at Study by Mrs. Olin. Mrs. Leo Homecoming at Methodist !Mr. and
PERSONALS Church. Mrs.
Doyle Starling.
2:30: pm. Dyal and Mrs. Greg Dyal Church on Sunday Corner Walnut & Madison
served lunch to the 14 ladies They came with her to services -
!Mrs. Charles Nasworthyand at First Baptist Church
present. Mr.and Mrs.Jack Pons and Mrs. Billy Watson and son, son Ronald, and grand- Sunday morning. Opening
GRACE UNITED sons, of Tallahassee, called on Charles, of Macclenny, were children, of Whitehouse,
METHODIST CHURCH HIGHLAND their mother, !Mrs. Bryant Sunday dinner guests of Mr. called on her cousin, Miss Mr. and Mrs. David Fri. Oct. 12
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST and Mrs. Wilkison and
at- Blanchard Wilkerson and
Reddish, Saturday night after Arthurine on son of West
Worship Services at 11 a.m. CHURCHSunday School 9:45a. : tended services with them at after the Palm
the football game in Sunday Homecomingat Beach Mr and Mrs.
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat m. Worship Services 11 Gainesville She went home Calvary Baptist church in the Methodist Church. Harold Jones and daughter, .
and Choir
6:30: followed by Choir a.m. Practice 6:30: Starke. Lawn Mowers -
with them and stayed until !Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkersonof
Practice. p. m. Evening Service 7:30:
p. Thursday. Mrs. Pons broughther Mrs. Bettie Tresea and Mr. Jacksonville, Mr. and !Mrs
Class m. Prayer Meeting Wed-
The Youth of the
home and spent the night Lawtey Homemakers' Club and Mrs. G. L. Peterson of Raymond Wilkerson of Chain SawsWheelbarrows
church enjoyed an afternoonof nesday at 7:30: pm. with her and returned home met at the Agricultural Keystone Heights visited their Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. .
bowling at the Southside Friday. Building in Starke on Thur- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Timothy Wilkerson and :..'-V

Bowl-A-Rama recently. Those HALLOWEEN CARNIVALThe sday morning. Meeting was and Mrs. Robert Lee, on family, were all Sunday
attending were Teresa Chief and Mrs. Vernard opened with devotional by Sunday and attended the guests of their parents, !Mr.
DeVore, Donna Pauley Josie Hughes of Green Cove Mrs. Truby Wainwright. After Homecoming at the Methodist and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson.Mr. Floor Sanders Appliance Dollies
Copehart, Susie Richard and Lawtey Elementary
a brief business meeting Miss Church.Mr. .
Springs, spent Thursday
morning with their sister and Kathleen E. Brown extension and !Mrs C. A. North Pumps Generators
family, Mrs. Jack Kuhne. home economics agent, .and Mrs. Robert Taylor and family, Mrs. Frances
GAINESVILLEBusiness discussed buying knit fabrics and daughter of Hanover, Inc. Cowan Mrs. Elaine Cowan
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Tye Jr., and garments. She brought are spending some time with and Becky of Jacksonville, mD Concrete Saws
and daughter, and Mr. and samples of various garments. their brother-in-law and and Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Mrs. Tommy Talley, all of There were 10 ladies present sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul lock Swindell and boys were TampersChipping
DirectoryAUTO South Daytona, spent the and family. Sunday evening guests of theJ.
wekend with their parents, !Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, her F. Robertson, and Mrs. Hammers
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye Sr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Edith Swinney.
They attended Homecoming and Mrs. Ray Nugent and Mr., and Mrs Reamer 'Trimmers
SALES at Grace United Methodist Miss Ruth Green all of !Murray of Jacksonville were Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Hedge
church. Middleburg] ; Mr. and Mrs H. guests of their cousins, Mr., spent three days at Disney
CARS CARS CARSMDEPENDABLE C.Harley ot Bushnell Mr. and and !Mrs. Doc Mosley, on World last week. Had a great Ext. Ladders
Mr. Jack Kuhne and Mrs.S.C. Harley,Sr.,Mr. and Friday time. 2T-1O/18

TRANSPORTATION children and Mrs. Nannette
Hughes, of Green Cove
WARRANTY Springs, spent Saturday with
CARS their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Jim Newsom of Chiefland.Mr. .

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Marchant Auto Sales/ spent the weekend with their
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parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl POT FAIR
GAINESVILLE Carter and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.
Another guest of Mrs. SIRLOINSTEAKS
1636 S E 3RD AVE Dinkins, was her daughterMrs.

MARCHANT WILL Jim Burton, of ROAST SUPERMARKETS
Jacksonville. They all attended
TREAT YOU RIGHT Homecoming at the BONE IN STARKE'S
Grace United Methodist
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Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie tii1i? C act a nn ou..nn
CMS., I n e, selection SILES&SERV'ICEFine of Used Cars Mosley, of Maxville are the 9 PKGg $15 ants, fUtlMVID

eO1.vT Taken On Cadillac Trades proud parents of an 8 pound .>are pluttt U accept
I 2IM11 N W. 13th "h.37K53111ELECTRIC girl who arrived Saturday LB I it'i' U.S.D.1 FOOD STAMPCOUPONS I
Oct. 20 in Orange Park
Hospital. Maternal grand-
AuthorizedPontiac parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Factory Motor Co.SaleosPartsSl'rvice Harold Eunice. Paternal BONELESS FULL CUT '"
Repair: .
grandparents are Mr. and CHUCK

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New and Used !Mr.and Mrs. H.C. Harley of
2816 N.\V.fith Ph.372-8318: Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. ROAST
PICTURE FRAMES Richard Chesser and family of STEAKS iCHOPS utrtr'Irttrur rArr/ ,

GARDEN SUPPLIES Sanford spent the weekend ; |
with their brother Randy
f'reathe Harley They attended -- $
('ustomFraming Johnson & Faris Homecoming at the Methodist 149
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"-.: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Dentonof LB LB LBiii

Touch SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet\ Boynton Beach spent the _
(Hal I Mats-Prints-Oiiginals Supplies weekend with their son and
EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
\\ildlire-DraHiiigs-Etching FERTILIZERS daughter-in-law, Pastor and EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
:i72-ti66: 373IK10'JiiitN \\e Rent Fertilizer Spreaders !Mrs. Don Denton and family. SMOKED LEAN TENDER PANTRY PRIDE
224 N.: %V. 8th- Ph. 37HOJ76MOVERS They attended the CHEESE
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Homecoming Sunday at the SLICES
Methodist Church. HAMS
GLASS SHOULDER

!Mrs. Daisy Bach, Lynn and
Lung)j..tanct'\lo'lng: LIDDELL Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, spent 89* 1 w 791ROSEDALE

StoragePackingC'rdtingMiipping Glass Company Friday night and Saturdaywith _
her daughters and son-in-
Free Estimates Call law, Mrs. Maines Griffis and
"Glass. For Every Purpose' children and Mr and Mrs. Pantry I
Store FrontsMirrorsTub ; Virgil Griffis and family in REGULAR GRIND 'J BUNCH ;

Enclosures-Stumers Palatka.Mr. Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK !
CORN
Furniture Tops-Glass i LAUNDRY ;
Van Service, Inc. replaced and Mrs. James Anders -

::13-1"(> N.E.. 372-4 Waldo, nd. <.'\lIIe 1228.NEWLOCATIOV So. :.Main Gainesxille Mrs., of O Palatka J Anders and, attendedthe Mr. and COFFEE : DETERGENT I T6.Soz GOLDEN CREAM STYLE
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John Douglas Jenkins and \ mimr/ ] I mi'inIII--
MUSIC BEAUTY ACADEMY Miss Susan Ann Tid"ell, of [ Hill'

Jacksonville on Friday night. LB 75 e 84OZ fmtruf' 99I YOUR 6/i

BALDWIN POWELL'SBeauty Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin BAG BOX J CHOICE
and daughter moved their new
PIANOS & ORGANS Academy trailer to Crawford Road

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Spare; Time. Full :
Time. or Part Cecil Dobbs of Huntsville, _ _ft_MI1LOW_ _ O* COOKING FRESH CRISP Town and Country

eJLlpnaniMusic, 219N.W.lllth-3714.2766 l :! i Ala.,spent a few days with his Golden RipeBANANAS _CALIFORNIA_ _ _ _ROME_ _BEAUTY_ _ CALIFORNIALETTUCE .
Co. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie CAULIFLOWER APPLES
CAMPER SALES Dobbs. .
(YvtlleShopping Center
LARGE JUST RIGHT
:172-5111; : : & SERVICE Bill Wainwright of Atlanta, HEAD FOHHALLOWCEM
Ga. spent the weekend with 3.39
Kirby's Mobile Home his mother, Mrs. Truby
Gainesville; -1 Wainwright Mr and Mrs. HEINZ FRESH ; PILLSBURY
Repair & Supplies, Jack Wainwright and familyof PUMPKIN or
rrrer r
CAMPER MART INC. Way cross, Ga. were her
Inc. Saturday overnight guests. KOSHERDILLS CAKE
3111 N.:\Iain.aint's\ille They attended Homecomingat I I MINCE MEAT
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& Equipment ('oncord'oluntt't'r..Sm Thompson, Kevin and Brian ot ; I
Accessories Supplies Key :Midas.AdventureWheels. Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith SLICES32oz PET RITZ

Paris t and Service .Norris,..Monitor their parents !Mr.and 45 ( ASSORTED3/$1 j FROZEN 3/l
15(10( ;.V\V.\; 6th M.Gainesville Mrs. Fred Moore.
37M- !MI2 Fan Explorer, Sports Coach SIZE ; I 200z

Mrs. Laura Mae Smith and _
Mrs Beulah Busbee and
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Cobia GAINESVILLE dinner were guests Wednesday of their evening brother- SKILLET VIVA F--

Johnson in-law and sister, Mr. and
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October 25. 1973 TELEG ItAI'Ii Page

1'uppetShow Tilly now understands why Bobby Kiggs may di. well
Trials her car ran out of gUT She enough against women on

I Rioting Begin MondayFourteen Set Monday had the thought gauge" that the stood"E"for on stay tennis out courts of roller but derbies.he'd better I

"enough.
I Florida State garment factory after assault by a peisoner other Oct. 29 is that of Timothey A Puppet Show entitled,
Prison inmates go on trial in workers there !set fire to than life three counts of Kirchaine charged with "The Old Woman and her - --- --- -
i Circuit Court here Monday on clothing material and broke aggravated assault. unlawful possession of Pig" set to music will be ENTERPRISEACE
: charges resulting from rioting furniture, and no rioting -William Cole charged hallucinogenic drugs and presented at 4:40: p.m. October -
j I and burning in the garment resulted. The men and with three counts of assault bya unlawful delivery of ( 29 at the Bradford ELECTRICAL'
factory at the prison last April charges they face include: prisoner other than life, and hallucinogenic drugs. e County Public Library.The AND
I 30 -Harry Mungin, Jr., show will be performedby
The 14 different inmates are charged with assault by a riot.Another case scheduled forBudget Girl Scout Cadette TroopNo. PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
charged in seven separatecases. prisoner other than life and 520. Children of all ages
Charges are: 1)) assault riot. are invited to attend; ad- PHONE STARKE 964"B22
with intent to murder 2)) not, -Harry Grays, assault by a Action f1 mission is free. :
3) assault by a prisoner other prisoner other than life. 1 RAIFORD 431-1000
than life and riot, 4)) second -Willie C. Holley, charged
degree arson, 5)) aggravated with two counts of assault by a An asteroid passed! within 24 HOUR SERVICE
assault. Some inmates are prisoner other than life, and DelayedCity Smokey the Bear visits seven million miles of the
charged in several of the riot. Southside! Elementary School', earth last July. And\ our
cases or with several of the -Nathaniel Pressley and pictured ((1-r): Forest Ranger government failed to warn Serving Starke
different charges Leon Mungin, charged with of Starke budget workis $1,826,644. Chairman Nell K. McLendon.Smokey. and us to duck.
The trials are expected to assault with intent to commit being delayed temporarilywhile Tucker said the figures Forest Hanger Wayne Wall. and
take two weeks of the court's murder riot, and assault by a the council awaits representing anticipated I/ Henry Kissinger is both
time. Judge Theron A. Yawn prisoner other than life. results of a utility rate studYd Income from utilities servicesare Smokey ViitsSouthsideEle.", secretary of state and special Surrounding Communities
will preside. A pre-trial -Nathaniel Pressley Chairman Neil hypothetical. assistant to the President -
"We to have firmer
conference is set Friday. James E. Edwards Harry Wednesday morning. expect he ", /for national! security affairs -
Black leaders in Gainesvillesaid Grays, Ernest McCloud "Before I commit any figures next Monday will he be allowed to Pat Dickens
they planned to Willie C. Holley, charged with funds, I want to see what the" said mendations"after from we get recom- Third graders at Southside tell! himself what he is doing
demonstrate' Wednesday in assault with intent to murder recommendations will be, a company Elementary School were ?
support of the 14. A assault by a prisoner other Tucker stated. The council is which we have employed"to visited by Smokey the Bear
spokesman for the African than life, and riot. planning for the current $2.5 make a utility rate study. last week.
Socialist People's Party saidin -Stevie Dwight Lacey Bell million utilities system Along with Smokey Forest
Gainesville that a rally Bunnie Brown, Jr., Harry revenue bond package which The ordered after Rangers Wayne Wall and F.
study was
held and Horace Maddox, will require an additional D. McLendon "The A
be
would Wednesday Grays Leroy city engineers warned that the presented balance with
that a march to S La ike is Jimmy McCorvey, George $150,000 in bond payments.The city is losing on sewer True Story of Smokey," and any
new budget also calls for 5 money
Willie Frank Rambo the children adviceon
scheduled Saturday, Oct. 27 Pickett, should gave some
and water services,
The riot resulted in $40,000in charged with second degree and one-half percent pay how to prevent fires and
damage to the prison arson, riot three counts of increases on top for of all the 5 city and one-employees charge Engineers for have repeatedly being careful around fire. Florida National Bank

half percent cost of living told the council that rates .
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increases given about four should be increased.
Major sources of income for Heads of slat exchange
months
KEYSTONE MELROSE The subject ago. of pay raises the city are: water, sewer, gilts when they meet automobiles will weighin
/ samovars, pandas
,has not yet been discussed by and electric services $979,650;
musk ox and such. Maybe, at
/
the council in two meetings of gas sales $151,500; general
Business work on the 1973-74 spendingbill. fund including property taxes the end of the conference
Directory The city's new fiscal year and cigarette taxes $451,015; they might swap tape recordings favor.FLORIDA
began October 1. Millage has federal revenue sharing, too. your .
been set at 7 and one-half $234,479.
council its --------------
HARDWARE The in
FISHERMAN'S mills same as last year. previous
The council has worked up a budget work balanced the new THE MORE FARM legislation -
SUPPLIES GARDEN tentative budget which shows spending bill by increasing the changes, the more it BANK AT STARKE .
about a $34.000 surplus froman amounts of anticipated in- remains the same. At least Jplle on at Cldrk Street Telephone 964.7050
anticipated income of come from the utility system. in that nobody understand it.
Slim's .r14u.vllclte\ HARDWARE
AND
Fish-'N-Stuff' GARDEN CENTER

Live Bait r
Crlckt'ls-Shinllt'rs-\\'orl1ls /1 complete lane ofMOORE IIdw.
BENJAMIN PUNTS
Minnows plumbing&ElectricalSupp.TA'KLE _t tI
:-IOUS-REEIS: GroToneFertiliiersFISIIING
& IIUNTING:\ Insecticides
LlC":1\'SES-A\J\IU: : : :\ Lumber&Building Materials Florida "
ICE IIwy. 21 N. 200 yds "'rom light I I ,
Kt''stonl'lIltts. 473-1:157: Keystone lIt'ights 473-3663 National

Banks ofFlorida
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C '
1 I

ROBBIE'S CAMP THEIS
TV & APPLIANCE

afl'ty.l-o TRAILER.as-C.G.SALES Quasar TV-ST.HEO Molorol" Consolidated Statement of Condition September 30,1973ASSETS

I Price Bnd( ators on lot CAR ANDPORTIILETAPE.J
I JIII.ow".xfiush'l' nECKS LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL
inltlnsurance Connl1"rdaland
J:1ME51v.ROBINSON: : .HOI' Residential! ; Cash and Due from Banks $ 177,272,886 Deposits:

3... :Miles S.; of Keystone SALES Air Conditioning&SEItVIC..; Investment Securities: Demand S 566,748,638,
n.-20.loI Time .". 555,195,263
KEYSTONE 473-1651 U.S. Government Obligations' 65,133,711 "

U.S. Government Agency Obligations 104,388,811 Total Deposits 1,121,943,901;

AUTO SERVICE State and County? Municipal Bonds 249,030,341 Federal Funds Purchased,

KEYSTONE Hay's Shell Other Securities 48,775,365 Securities Sold Under Repurchase

Wrecker Service Federal Funds Sold and Securities Agreement and Borrowed Funds 81,497,000
AUTO SERVICE'l' nlOnitoHhannl'113 Purchased Under Agreement to Resell 57,830,000 Interest and Income Collected Not Earned 19,922,736

I d Provision for Taxes Interest
21111S. etc. 9,382,390
Front ,L' Alignment 5-- Loans 637,772,354
-:11I': SERVICE Other LiabilitiesTotal
Speed Wheel Balancing .- 4 Bank Premises and Equipment (Net) 34,809,976 224,942

Air ('onditionlng Service Keystone/ AAA Other Real Estate Owned 496:074: Liabilities 1,232,970,969

Hay Call 473-3083 Interest and Income Earned-Not Collected 12,471,935 Reserve for Losses on Loans 7,454,556
Brake Service !Nights 437-2K311
Other Assets 1,889,534 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 459,739; ;

I.ubricatlon-Oil Change JOHNSON AUTO Capital Accounts:
TUNE-UP Total Assets $1,389,870,987 Capital Stock, par value $12.50
Tune l'p
General Jt'pairing- per share Authorized 12,000,000

GO Automatic Transmission- Retained Earnings 29,524,480
Air Conditioning
$ 152,304,117
IlIlk. E.Off'i.orraoo! 2t and 1111k. Tires Mon..rl.Batteries 7:31)AM4PM: Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued

KEYSTONE 1U00S. 473-10: Sat. 7:31.-1: I'Ml : T, Over Underlying Equity in Subsidiary Banks ((3,318,394)S )
.AKE GENEVA 473-1117
Total Capital Accounts 148,985,723

REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Total Liabilities, Reserves, Minority

Interest and Capital Accounts $1,389,870,987

Richard T. Loyorn Nell

Real Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop

LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier OFFICERS: Chauncey W. Lever, President / John H. Manry, Jr., Vice President / James C. Robinson, Jr., Vice President / Robert M.

RESIDENTIAL ;)'OU" ,. Ulsch, Secretary and Comptroller / Robert F. Stamp, Treasurer and Assistant Secretary. DIVISIONS: AUDIT DIVISION, Jack M.
BUSINESS-ACREAGE Phone 47-2211; Geitz, Chief Examiner and Director I BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL ACCOUNTS DIVISION, Howard G. Tietjen,

INSURANCE Between Director I COMPUTER SERVICES DIVISION, Peter P. Hetzler, Director Ralph L. Wolfe, Jr., Assistant Director CONSUMER

Keystone IIgtl.! 47:1.3254: Keystone I LENDING DIVISION, Baxter E. Luther, Director I CORRESPONDENT BANK SERVICES DIVISION, William R. Humphries, Jr.,
473-1692 IIl"ights1l'lrose "?"" Director / CREDIT ADMINISTRATION DIVISION, Robert F. Stamp, Director; Barry H. McLean, Assistant Director I GENERAL

Edna Knt'PIIl'f 173-1111 &:% ACCOUNTING DIVISION, H. J. Horne, DirectorINVESTMENT ADVISORY SERVICE DIVISION, Warren M. Cheek, Director

:Martha Hurbln 473.3162: Richard E. Kennedy, Manager of Bond Portfolio / PERSONNEL DIVISION, Ernest J. Snead, Director / TRUST SERVICES DIVISION,
Jlm"'ox 473-11111 Lanell's 3-f 'I. Charles S. Beck, Director. DIRECTORS: R. Hugh Daniel, Chairman & Treasurer, Daniel International Corporation, Birmingham,

C.ls Mefl'PI731B50 1.> ou"qlleIl'mlwr l ct.. ,; Alabama / Harry A. deButts, Former President, Southern Railway Company, Upperville, Virginia / Charles H. Dolson, Chairman,

S. E. McKAY REALTOR Executive Committee, Delta Air Lines, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia / Richard E. Ehlis, President, Florida National Bank at Lakeland / O. P.
'{\ Hewitt President Florida National Bank Orlando / Fred H. Kent Kent Sears Durden and Kent Jacksonville /
:\ or Society of Sty; les and Accessories "- Jr., at Attorneys,
Ht'sitll'ntialpprai t'fs Fur The Complete Chauncey W. Lever, President, Florida National Banks of Florida, Inc., President, Florida First National Bank of JacksonvilleJohn H.

ServingThlsSrea! For hwy.; Woman 21 Between 'i Manry, Jr., President, Florida National Bank & Trust Company at Miami / Allen H. Neuharth, President and Chief Executive Officer,
26 Years Keystone &:Melrose I I IIrs. Gannett Company, Inc., Rochester, New York / Dr. Alton Ochsner, Founder Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital,

::\ .. \Dolores: Ielballgen(;ilnlOre1733'00-17:1-1710: 475.2211Mrs. 1 11 { \ New Orleans, Louisiana / Dr. Stephen C. O'Connell, President, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida / J J. J. Parrish, Jr., President,

:\1 rs.Joanne Ga'ist'll1131622 J. J J. Parrish & Co., Inc., Chairman, Florida National Bank at Titusville I James A. Rhodes, Former Governor of Ohio, President,
Mr, Leslie Robinson -175.11.:1: ; CONTRACTORS James A. Rhodes & Associates, Columbus, Ohio / James C. Robinson, Jr., President, Florida First National Bank at Pensacola /

HOMES ACREAGE W. C. Smith, lmmediate Past Chairman, Standard Oil Company of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky / William C. Swain, President,

Orrcel'honpnJ-IMI6! RENTALS: Triangle "R" Florida National Bank at Coral Gables / Stanley A. Taylor, President, Florida Bank & Trust Company at Daytona Beach.


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WELL.CII.\PTEK 1611 OES Bright conducting
f Y 1 Rev. D. L. :
By Elizabeth Civens; Walker Sunday School will begin the

Dell Chapter 168 OES will services Sunday at 9:30: ( ,
hold its regular meeting the need of improving No. :3 meeting Monday night. Sunday School at 9:30: morning Morning Services at 11 a.m.,
tonight (Thursday Oct. 25)) at themselves for today's activities The senior choir rehearses worship at 11 a.m. with The Fellowship Hour at 3 p.m.
8 p.m All members are askedto are invited to attend Tuesday night. Prayer Rev -J. H. Oneal and his at Ebenezer Baptist Church.
please be present. the adult classes organized in meeting is held Wednesday. Congregation from Pearson, BYPU at 5 pm. Evening
rwA, The official visit of Mrs. W. the various centers. You may Thursday night (tonight) the Fla. in charge of service. service at 6:30.Ebenezer : ( .
__ M. Daniels will be held Friday attend the class nearest you ladies circle meets. Friday Dinner will be served at 12:30: Baptist Church:
.:. night in St. Augustine at the for convenience: Vo-Tech, night the prayer band will p.m. The final service will be Rev Leroy Davis, Pastor:
m Holiday Inn at 7 p.m. The Lawtey and Old R.J.E. For meet. Saturday dinners! will at :3 p.m. with Rev. Walter Sunday School, 9:45: will open
N-c Banquet will follow at 9 p.m. information call 964-6051 or be sold from the kitchen. Marshall and congregation the services for the day.
Dell Chapter is invited. 9647731. Saturday the annual from Jackson in charge. He Friday night before the first

-. ',,- Halloween Carnival is set at will deliver the message. Sunday will start the pastor's
SCHOOL NEWS CHURCH l NEWS 7:30: p.m. New Bethel Baptist Church: anniversary. Bible class and

m Sunday the Annual Men's Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Prayer meeting will be held
\ All interested citizens who Pleasant Grove United Day program will terminate. Revival services started every Thursday night except

Methodist Church-The This activity will begin with Monday night, Oct. 22, with this Thursday night (tonight),
Pleasant Grove Women held -
their meeting Sunday at 11
Family Style am In the meeting it was
decided to hold a meeting Take a tip from the expertson
every 4th Sunday at 3 p.m. and
Short Ribs each lady is to donate a dollar.

: r Ladies, please cooperate with
,ijW '""7: this activity. Rev. Willie Stitt, caring foryourwaterheater.We
3 pounds beef short ribs
--'-- pastor; Mrs. Juritha DeSue,
.. -. 2 tbsp. fat or oil
secretary.
who should know
1 tsp. salt approached the people ,

4 -- 1/8/ tsp. pepper Greater Allen Chapel AME because they do the maintenance work on

Bra Dampier. Director of Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center presents keys 1-V& cups water Church: Rev. B. C. Williams, hundreds of aparu cnts. Here are !some of the

to a 137.1! Dodge to Automotive: (' Mechanics Instructor Quincy Gardner. 2 beef bouillon cubes pastor. Service Schedule as things we were told.

The Dodge I Polara, donated to Automotive's class by Chrysler Corporation, will be used 1 tbsp vinegar follows: Sunday School will A
begin at 10 a.m., Morning I. Drain the water at least t once: a \cur The high mineral
in .t the. class. .as.a.training. .! I .{.a.I!' .__. ___. __. ..__ _.. .. 1 tsr> -hesletehire sauce
__ uu _ __ __ _:_ _.. '.n_ ....__.... .....n.. _... services at 11 a.m.; after i content in Florida water leaves Aim on the healing
2 MEDIUM. ONIONS CHOPPED
Ft. Dix N. J. Sept. 10 SERVI CE--MRN'-- courtesy, military justice morning services an official element causing it to burn out more quickly.!
Private Nathaniel C. first aid and army histroyand Brown shot ',bs on all sides meeting will be held. All 2. Make !sure jour thermostat is sot between 130" and
Army traditions. in hot fat. Pour off drippings, members are asked to be
Williams Jr.. 23, whose 150 to assure an adequate: supply of hot water,
fantry, Ft. Dix, N. J. At all
3
Pvt. Williams received the season ribs with salt and present. p m. mem-
parents live in Law ley, }< la., 3. Check dril"pilli-I'.tuI.'Cl\\' replacing washersperiodically.
He received instruction in q ;
with C 5th bers are invited to attend the
training Company
add bouillon
completed eight weeks of pepper; water, 1 You II more hot w.lfer and !
drill and ceremonies, Battalion of the 2nd Brigade. fellowship Hour at Ebenezer !save electricitythan :
basic training at the U. S. cubes, vinegar worchester-
weapons, map reading lie attended K.J.E. High Baptist Church, which will )ou reali/.c.
Army Training Center, In- combat t tactics, military School, Starke. shire sauce and onions. Cover terminate the services. m 4. Ask our appliance dealer about the: proper: sire and
tightly and cook over low Class leaders asked to should be An fuse
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I 1'1NlIICHSTOROCERYANDVARIETYSTORE: : 1 I heat for 2 hours, or until make their report after the interfere with heater !service.atyour: :.

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1 st Methodist Mrs Fannie Grace Baptist First Baptist Church


Homecoming RosenbergMrs. Revival Set Opportunities for service:

SetforNov.il Fannie Rosenberg of s Next WeekA Sunday-Sunday School,
Starke died 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11', ..r.--f; ::- A i iup
The First United Methodist after a 'I Sermon: "Let's Reason"; Te01
Church will have its annual week-long revival with Church Council and Youth ., .
homecoming on Sunday Nov. her services at 7:30 nightly is set Handbells 5:00: p.m.; Church --
11.The Rev. Don Kokomoor, a Starke, October 29 through November Training 6:15: : Evening
former pastor here will be the :'11,1, ,,-.,.. 6 by Grace Baptist Church on Worship 7:30: Sermon: "The : llva liBLCR"PC
; Griffis Loop, according to Superior Melchizedek
speaker at the morning serVice years. ''I{,
,,- "' Rev.Leon Odom,pastor of the Priesthood".
A covered dish dinner will ''''::1 church. Monday-Boy's Choir 3:30:
be served in the r p.m.; Crusader Bells 4:15:
Fellowship
Hall All members and p.m.; Youth Choir Practice, Thin Sunday, October 28 Is
former .
Dr. Bob Sensat pastor of
"GREAT DAY" in all
members cordially invitedto J" the First Baptist Church in 7:00: p.m.
attend. Miss Tuesday-Carol Choir, 3:30: Southern Baptist ChurchesIn
Starke; .J. Green Cove Springs, will be p.m.; Carol Handbells and the State of Florida.
$ / \ the evangelist. The public is G.A.'s, 4:15 .
:ih\:: :.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. four ; f invited to attend, according to : p.m.WednesdayFamily Night First Baptist Goal 375!!
: ; ii 'V_ .,.1.. ( Rev. Odom.A Supper 6:00: p.m.; Hour of Come and be one of the 373
\ Card Of Thanks ;
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1 In lieu ... ... ,r Power and R.A.'s 6:30: p.m.; to enjoy good Bible Study
:::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::.:::::: church sing is scheduled Teachers and Officers and evangelistic preachingand
made to and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin, In Hawaiian costumes, serve South Pacific Saturday night Nov. 3, Meeting, 7:15: p.m.; Church singing.
Fund luet'At left Is scene at the well a ttended event at Pine Level Baptist featuring The Spirituals, The Choir Practice 8:00: p.m.
.The family of Marshall Evangels, and The Weeks Thursday-Music Makers Fellowship with the happy
Matchett would like to thank Family. and World Friends,3:30 ,m. hundreds who are enjoyingthe
p ;
their friends for Young People
all
the kind flul Missionary
in
Mission Friends and Pre- abundant life Christ.
expressions of sympathy OutforUNICEF Sunday, Nov. 4, is School Music Act., 4:05: p.m.;
flowers and the abundance of at 3 Well Attended homecoming at Grace Bap- Visitation 7:00: p.m. Sunday School
food during the Illness and graves tist. Guest speaker will be 9:43: A.M.
death of our loved one. Park The Methodist and Rev. Don ,
Drawdy now pastorof -Ben Bryant Pastor "God's Unfailing Love"
..Ruth, Wayne, Barbara and Rabbi foreign countries were set up Presbyterian youth will Southside Baptist Church in Romans 8
Sisters Rev. A. collect for UNICEF on Oct. 31 Lunch
... ........ Level by some of our own members. Hazelhurst, Georgia.
........... ... .. Saturday evening's Mission starting at 7 p.m. will be served on the grounds. Morning Worship
No hunting signs; for sale and of many. Banquet with foods from six: UNICEF benefits childrenof The public is invited to the Madison Street UOOA.M."Let's: .
rent signs. Bradford County Funeral Hon foreign countries, saw in all races and religions in homecoming Rev. Odom Reason"
Telegraph. TF attendance 150. Pine Level is foreign countries. Money forUNICEF's says. ChurchOPPORTUNITIES Isaiah 1:18
and grateful for the wonderful work comes from Baptist
Conference and for the many voluntary pledges of over 100 0."0 'Oo'Q. Church Training
folks of the community who governments and con FOR 6:15P.M.Training: .
.... Nursery of joined in the program. citizens.tributions from private SERVICE in Christian
.'r l'. Pine Level Living
\ Azaleas Workers will return to the Sunday School 9:45: ;
Set By Pine Level Methodist Fellowship Hall for Church Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
: refreshments. Baptist Church Training, 6:15: p.m.; "The Superior
Vibernum Berea stroll through the woods of Four miles west of Starke on WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: Melchizedek Priesthood"
I "Transylvania" and a mid- SR-100. p.m.; Evening Service, 7:30: Hebrews 7:1.10
will .
.J Sininsen in night "funeral" service in a Parsonage, 9646407. p.m.MondayYouth
voice in the
Encouraging! Choir 7:00: "The Church with a Heart
haunted church.
Bit O'Enn Bar &: Grill: Church 964-6490. p.m.Young; Married Bible In the Heart of Starke"Call
Ligustrum "The evening will be one Sunday Bible School, 10
County
"Look kid, if Juan Peron Study, 7:30: p.m.TuesdayBible.
never to be forgotten, says a.m.; Sunday Morning
make
can a comeback 964-65G2
>< a Youth Pastor Gary Wheeler. anJl'body Worship, 10:50; Sunday Study, !0a.m.
Ardisia can. Evening Training, 6 p.m. .; Special Choir Practice, For Free Transportation
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964.5745'I Worship, 7:30. WednesdayChoir Mission Friends, Pastor
Preteen Bible Study 7:30:
Rehearsal 8:30.:
Trees REVIVAL
Magnolia Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30: p.m. William George
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Palatka's 35-0 Whitewashing
Page 10 TELEGRAPH ()('tobt'r25,1973






Old Rival Wildcats Spoils.-. Bradford Homecoming- .. .


1973 Homecoming uprights, The field goals he came after a 41 yard drive on running back Tim Crews took On the third down and 15
was anything but a happy game was kicking would have been nothing but Arnold's runs. the ball up the middle for five situation Green threw an
Will Test Tornadoes time for Bradford footballers good from the 30( yard line. Bradford received the yards to the 35 yard line Then incomplete pass to run-
as the visiting Palatka South On the second Brave's score opening kickoff and Matt Hull Green was fading back to ningback Bruce Barnes,
Braves rolled 35-0) over the BUS fumbled at its own 20( opened up with a 15 yard run throw a pass and three Braves making it fourth down at the
battered Tornadoes Friday yard line and Palatka took back putting Bradford on the put him on the ground at the 25 (See Page 11))
Here Friday NightAn night at Bradford Stadium. over with a first down at the 20 30( yard line. On the first down yard line a loss of 10 yards .

Quarterback Charlie Green yard line. With four running
.. '--' had a rough time in the back- plays the Braves moved to the
old rival will be in Starke difference between he and dress out and play a little field Friday night as the six yard line where with a
tomorrow night (Friday, Oct. Williams. against Macclt>nny. Doctors Braves defensive line sunk third down, Murphy threw to
26,) when the (Baker Coun- The 1973 edition of the will examine both today Green while trying to pass six Anthony Mitchell for the
tyWidcats! will visit the Wildcats is small in number, Thursday) and give the times for a total loss of 46 touchdown and kick by Dukes
home Tornadoes at the dressing out 19 players for last verdict Both have broken yards in the 35-0 was good.
Bradford Stadium starting at week's contest. wrists sustained in the St whitewashing. About midway through the
8 pra. On the plus side for the Augustine game. Bradford's offense gained a third quarter Palatka scoredon
The Wildcats will come into Tornadoes of Coach David But on the minus side, the total of )106() yards, 112 from an 11 yard run by Murphy,
the game with as many winsas Hurse starters Terry Hayes passing and minus 6 for the who scrambled through the r st
Bradford, two. Macclenny and Don Loper may get to (See Page 11)) rushing game. Palatka totaled left side of the Bradford
owns a 2-4 record while the 210 yards from rushing and 44 defense for the touchdown. A
Tornadoes are 231. The two yards passing good kick by Dukes afterwards -
Macclenny victories came Green completed eight of put PS in front 21-0
against Hawthorne and his 24 passes while Jirowing with 5:11: left in the third

Jasper. one interception while quarter.The .
"They too have had injury winning quarterback Mark Braves kicked off to
problems and Friday night Murphy hit seven of his nine Bradford then held them to
should see both of us with passes and also threw one four downs, forcing them to t-w
quite a"few new people in the interception punt then started a scoring A .
lineup says Head Bradford Palatka made 10 first downsin drive at the BUS 41 yard line.
Coach David Nurse '' the game compared to The running game put N k
Macclenny runs on a pro Bradford's nine. Most of the Palatka on the 13 yard line _
man offense and defense and Tornado first downs came on before Murphy almost ran for
quite a passing game can be Qt, two separate passing drives another touchdown to the
expected. where numerous first downs three yard line. Then with a
Coaching the Wildcats is were made. second down Dale Franklin
former University of Florida The Braves scored in every took the ball over left tacklefor
quarterback and San Diego rJ quarter, but in the first they the score with 11:54: left in
Charger player Kay just did make it with 0:59: the game. Duke's kick put PS
Stevenson. seconds left in the' period as in front 28-0.
Klate Yarborough, a 150 tailback Greg Arnold went up Then with 4:46: left in the
pound senior will lead Mac the middle for a one yard game the Braves finished the
clenny in the quarterbackspot. 4 score. The kick after by sure game off with an 11 yard pass
According to the BUS footed David Dukes put from substitute quarterbackTom
scouting report Yarbroughhas Palatka in the lead 7-0 Tenney to Bill Swaggertyfor
good speed a strong arm Palatka South quartt'rbacklark! Murphy runs for an 11 Dukes kicked the ball for the last score and the No. 35 Ronnie Hall gets blocked Friday night while trying to Rot to Brave running back Dale
and is potentially dangerous.At yard gin; for a Hrjve's first down Friday night at Bradford PAT five times and each time Braves win the game 35.0. Franklin but linebackers Dwight Barber and Early Chandler hate; the runner under control.

left half back is Wayne Stadium.A putting it high through the The first Palatka score --------'---"' -------............ ---
Williams best Wildcat back,

who with moves is a,hard and very hits run.quick the, hole has good hard Tigers Fly 71-0 By Weak Newberry ra [& Special Skating


Dutch Rowe, 155 pounds, is lined as sub Joe
quarterback
at the man spot lie is Newberry eleven played everybody he had and
pro A Panther fumble was Maxwill,listed as a wingback,
small but very quick, and has weakened by team members even let a tackle run the ball. recovered by Tiger tackle threw a 40 yard scoring striketo Night
good moves and runs his quitting was completely But the Tigers still continuedto listed _
Buddy Perry, as a
patterns well. inundated in a 71.0 run up the score on the Craig Shadd at the Newberry defensive end making the
Janie Rhoden is a 170 pound whitewashing administeredby helpless Panthers The Tigersare 14 yard line on the following score 430.Maxwill.
fullback He is supposed to be a strong Union County 5-1 for the season to date, series of downs Four plays ran for 44 yards Sat. Oct. 27th
their next best back with little team Friday night in Lake having lost only to Chiefland later Sirmones had his second and a running back not listedon
Butler. in a controversial decision in TD this one from five yardsout the Tiger roster ran six "
which a winning Lake Butler and coming on a slashingrun yards for the seventh touch- All Money Going To The
touchdown was nullified whena in which he broke one
down, making the score 51-0)
referee caught a loose chin tackle at the four yard line,
with 4:59: left in the third
strap on a Tiger player. spun away, and smashed period.
The Tigers face I Interlachen through two tacklers at the The f final 1 three TD's came in RICHARD CREWS KIDNEY FUNDSpecial
in a road game tomorrow goal line. Perry added his the fourth period a one yard
night and are heavily favoredto third PAT and the Tigers led run by Maxwill after a

last win season Interlachen and was gave strong the 21-0 half with 3:43 left in the first Newberry the fumble, a 68yardrun Opening Time 6:00: P.M. Til 12:00: P.M.
by speedy Sirmones
their toughest battle in
Tigers and a 14 yard run by the
Lake Butler but the Rams are Defensive tackle Ronnie
unlisted halfback after
rebuilding this season. Jones recovered another of an Starke Skating Rink
interception a Newberrypass.
OWN Newberry made a game of it Panther fumble at the .
for the first period, keepingthe Newberry 15 with 1:51:
The Tigers had 18 first 4.
ball about as much as 301 South 964-6070
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NOTSOMEDAT downs, Newberry 7; 317 yards
ONE Lake Butler. Tiger
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Abraham Perry Jack McGill for the score. An L--------
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Poor Execution Let Palatka Whip TornadoesPalatka

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turned the South's Bradford Braves High game rushing but during looked the a Palatka little tne line" was by Steve performance Friday night' form again," concluded Crews for eight yards. : AnnualcImirn :
Register, 5th
Tornadoes into windbags last Brighter in the with Redding says. the veteran Tornado coach Sexton Early Chandler made eight
passing
a
Friday night "I think the primary problemwas of last week's Matt Hull led
says
during the BUS total of 114 the Tornadoes tackles while Dwight Barber
yards senior
on
Homecoming as the Braves quarterback Charlie Green's poor execution on offense whitewashing."There's in the rushing departmentwith and David McMillian had six
"
rolled 35-0 over the arm. Green threw nine and defense, said Head not a lot to say a not so outstanding 29 tackles. Larry Sherman and
unorganized Bradford Bradford Coach David Hurse. when beat 35-0, yards while i ll
team. completitions out of 25 throws you get Tommy Reddish Donnie Sewell each made four :
"Wegot their Indian mascot for an of 36 "The execution at the states Defensive Line Coach rushed for nine and Tim tackles.
.
tired of running up and down Green average would have percent. beginning of the year was Mike Sexton. "We had only Mark of Quality
the field for Palatka's about six thrown good, considering the numberof two players who did a good job Old Rival.
more but the
scores," was the first com- Braves defensive passes young kinds we had. Since defensively Mark Hildreth .. .
ment of Defensive secondary got him in the backfield front for four injuries have hit us the and Early Chandler. OnceAYearReal -
a
Coach Keith Steele, talking of total loss of the night of 46 execution has been the "We are getting down (From Page 101) .
the BUS loss last Friday night. yards. weakest part of our team," defensively because of bad .
"We didn't really do a bad "We didn't look good at all comments Coach Hurse. execution and the simple fact Tornadoes have this week develop his technique, was
job in the secondary but we on the offensive line and I "When you are minus some that our boys are not carryingout been struck by the flu bug. recently moved up to the : Sale :
had several breakdowns on have to take all the credit for key people on offense and the defensive assignmentsand Pete Puckett has been homein varsity to back up quar-
containing running on occasions messing up the blocking defense the execution is bound responsibilities," says bed with the flu, Coach terback Charlie Green. Mike .
to break down." Coach Sexton. Hurst and both
commented Steele. assignments," Offensive says halfback Gaskins was the back up .
The secondary had trouble Line Coach Butch says Coach nurse is playing "It's not that we are getting Tommy Reddish and tackle quarterback and the starting .
Redding.
people that in the first three whipped The Gary Wallace have the .
physically.
making open field tackles, According to Redding, the only bug. defensive monster man "but .
especially on the quarterback line was confused several games were just on specialty th ing we ca n do from now on is "Not really," was Hurse's he has had a pulled groin .
scramble,according to Steele. times during the night who teams and now are going both work on technique and answer when asked late muscle and we couldn't have
"Macclenny is going to each blocker was supposed on to ways, on offense and defense. responsibility," says Sexton. Tuesday if there was any way used him if we had needed .
present us with some passing block. "Some of our younger kids "We are a better defense to know who will start him,," Coach Hurse points out. wdm/roI .
problems. Like Bolles, they "The only good job done were confused and I accept than we have been showing tomorrow night. Coach Hurse Bradford coaches are
send a lot of people out on on total responsibility for our lately and we have just got to did point out that neither working now to get the team SOL ORS .
patterns," says Steele. get back in that defensive Loper or Hayes will be in into shape for three tough .
The Tornadoes had an shape to play ball. games still to come Fer- .

embarrassing minus-6 yards UtIS Whitewashed.. (From page 10))"..."....,...............,...." ...',. Jimmy Sophomore Prevatt quarterback"has shown and nandina Eastside Beach of, Orange Gainesville.Park, ..
good improvement this week.:
Fernandina will be
.
We he will gunning
hope
get some for the Tornadoes after lastyear's
:
301 experience this year that will 42-0 whitewashing at .
25 yard line.Bradford the ball and ran to the right down Arnold went to the left help him next season." the hands of BHS. Both
was getting ready end,just making it back to the guard for the score and Prevatt, who Hurse says Orange Park and Eastside 25IN ONE BUTTON COLOR TUNING-PLUS :
to punt when a five yard line of scrimmage. Green's Palatka was leading with 59 has a promising future in have good football teams,
DRIVEINShow penalty was charged against the ball football if he works hard to 'TRACK TAPE PLAYER IN A WOOD
punt gave to the seconds left in the first period.A Hurse points out. .
them and they were moved Braves at the Bradford 41 good kick by Dukes put 1
Begins At Sundown back to the 20 yard line. yard line starting the first Palatka in front 70. GRAIN CABINET .
The punt was downed at the Brave scoring drive. .
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Best SolutionFor Taylor Bobby 1."



A Critical Problem"Whether i'.......... ,':


I had the question recently
on why we call Bradford

ours shall continue to be a New York Times: "The Presidentstill r County the Strawberry
when
Capitol of Florida[ weaN
'"
government of laws and not of men is has the opportunity to turn back .r. ..
now for Congress/ and ultimately the from the reckless path down which he .L'\: J'1I",._. ":. ..'I smaller growing areas of the

American people" to decide. is rushing. A good start would be for .:iz... .. state.

him to remember, and live by, his oath _. ...<

This grave warning, made by special to executive and uphold the law." --,..:..", '-:i seen My newspaper reply was that clippings I had

Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox --- '""--
--- ; dated 50 or more years ago
(now fired by President Nixon) sums The Florida Times-Union: "It is % ::: and had heard some of our

up the unprecendented constitutionalcrisis difficult to see how he (Mr. Nixon) can Wy u4 0 older growers remark that

: in which our Nation now finds govern effectively with the crisis of this was one of the first, if not
itself well how confidence created the : the largest growing area at a
as as illustrating just by present time in the past. I understand
close we have come to being taken situation. Democracy depends on I that strawberries have been

over by a dictatorship.The confidence, rather than force for shipped north by the train load
governance." 6 t. y from Starke and Lawtey

crisis was precipitated last areas.
r
weekend: when Nixon showed his Nashville Tennessean: "The burning

defiance of the courts by refusing to question for Congress and the '3 44. a t. ai >rt might I also not contended have the that largest we

surrender the Watergate tape American people is no longer whether acreage now, but we still

recordings, and proceeded to fire Mr. President Nixon can survive produce the biggest and best

Cox because the latter: was digging too politically, but whether the nation can strawberries you can find

deep: into the White House-based survive Richard Nixon for three more anywhere. Our per acre
production is also as good or
"scandal, and refused to call off his dogsat years. better than other sections of

the President's the state.
: urging. It is obvious that Mr. Nixon is in an

Unable to stomach this latest untenable position which must be Bearing banana palms lend a tropical atmosphere to the E. With the above remarks,
resolved before the ship of state can I.. Matthews you probably wonder why we
connivance of Mr. Nixon, Attorney place on Kingsley Lake Plant with Bounded
General Elliot Richardson promptly right its rudder and once again assumea leaves in foreground is a young Sea Grape tree, a specimen I't t a Nh don't produce more
:
straight course. usually found along salt water beaches in South Florida and strawberries There are
resigned his office, reminding the the West' Indies, but u Inch seems to be thriving on the banksof several reasons, but I'll just
President of his repeated (and unkept) mention a few in no particular
All of the weekend furor leaves Kingsley. The grapes may be used for making wine or
order. Cost of production for
promises to the Senate last April to
standing a five to two decision of the z rw one acre of strawberries has
Mr. Cox "all the independence,
give U. S. Court of Appeals upholding Mr. jelly.Yes more than doubled (from
authority, and staff support needed"for Cox, rejecting the Nixon claims of We Have about $400 to over $1,000 per
vigorous prosecution of the the I have
acre) in 10 years
absolute and the
privilege, ordering ,
crimes been in Bradford County. The
Watergate !
President, if an out of court agreement prices received by the grower

could not be reached, to turn the tapes Some Bananas 'Ti has not increased at all. I have
heard and read farmers
In a mind-shattering series of over to Judge John Sirica. market averages of just over

desperate actions, Mr. Nixon $3 per flat each year. Older

dismissed Deputy Attorney General With his instinct for bold and Banana palms 20 feet tall the edge of a spring. Ac tr growers tell me that these are

William Ruckelshaus because he dramatic measures when cornered, bearing four large bunches of cording to one horticulturist, the same prices received

refused to fire Mr. Cox and the Mr. Nixon chose not to appeal to the U. well-formed fruit, are the they should b j heavily fer- many years ago.

Justice Department is now headed by S. Supreme Court, for fear the court result of a good application of tilized once a month during
Labor for harvesting
chicken fertilizer last spring, warm weather, and the
would rule against him. He also
4 second Acting Attorney strawberries is almost
runner-up according to E. L. Matthews, banana clump should be
General Robert II. Bork, the Solicitor continued his refusal to surrender the who finds a mucky area on his mulched with decayable unavailable now. There

General\, who will now take over the tapes thereby placing himself above property at Kingsley Lake organic matter. doesn't seem to be anyone
Watergate prosecutions the laws that he swore on a Bible to ideally suited to cultivation of around who the grower can
faithfully execute. Instead, he the tropical fruit. Before the stem produces aflo".er depend on to get his crop
stalk the harvested, even at very high
surrounding
With fingers crossed behind his proposed to let Senator John Stennis On recommendation of a suckers should be cut off from A labor prices.. There are not as

back, President Nixon has "assured"the review the tapes and prepare a newspaper gardening column, the main stem and may be many farm families with
Nation that the Watergate summary of the material on them for which said that chicken reset to become the next available capital and young
and "will use by prosecutor Cox. manure was good for banana bearing stems Their removalwill people to work like there has
prosecutions investigations
Matthews decided been the
to
palms, give more strength to the in past.
continue with full vigor, thereby give it a trial. Thanks to a mother stalk to produce more

I creating a creditability gap that would This was understandably unacceptable friend and former and better fruit. r There is market com-

rival the massive proportions of the to Mr. Cox who pointed out poultrjman, permission was petition from Mexico and
obtained to "raid" a now After the plant has put on its It other areas where there is
(Grand Canyon. In the words of The that of the "lacks the
a summary tapes
empty chicken house hauling exotic bloom, and all the small cheap available labor Even
Boston Globe, ...great damage, and evidentiary values of the tapes off boxes and bags of well banana "hands" are formed, This hefty bunch of bananas ripened in early October aud J though they are not as good,
perhaps irreparable damage, has been themselves" There was the further rotted chicken droppings the long "tail" of useless, male had a taste and quality much like fruit imported from the there are always mexican
done to that basic element in all court risk, though Mr. Cox did not mentionit mixed with wood shavingsused flowers should be cut off about Caribbean Islands strawberries in our stores

proceedingsintegrity and the appearance that the tapes could have been to cover the ground in the six inches below the last hand. during our harvest time.
hen houses. : with the
Mixing ( This removes useless weight
I of integrity. doctored while being passed around wood shavings kept the and tissue which would sap Marketing and market

the White- House, and that such manure from being too strong the plant, and enables it to HOME NOTESFROM procedures are now different.
Other editorial comments by leading doctoring could possibly be detectedby and it could be applied produce larger fruit. The large food chain stores

newspapers around the country included experts if the tapes were made directly to the banana palms YOUR EXTENSION 411"" buy in volume. Most produce
HOME
without fear of
( these: available to the court. burning. Apparently bananas are must go through a central
Undiluted chicken manure nothing new on Kingsley + ECONOMICS AGENT warehouse to be distributed to
;
may burn plants due to its i,1 v J.1: several stores within
old an area.
,
Lake. for an directory
:Miami Herald: "Mr. Nixon has suc- In a sobering editorial, The Boston high acidity. will not
published in the 1800's lists They buy produce
ceeded only in digging himself deeper, Globe, in its Monday editions, carried several early settlers of the f.--p BY KATHY BROWNIn c1 from a small volume grower.

and we deplore his judgment as the following editorial comment, with The banana palms area as "banana growers."

prejudicial to open and honest which we heartily agree: responded dramatically to the These are a few of the
government." fertilizer this summer puttingon these days of money The following recipe yields reasons that strawberry
"What we have now is a grave a rich green color, shooting saving, you will find it more enough for 16 portions of the production is not what it usedto
up several feet in height, and FORESTRYIN economical to make your own size indicated. For these be. However, we heard for
constitutional between the
Chicago Sun-Times: ...Mr. Nixon is impasse bearing four nice bunches of frozen prepared foods, rather larger-than-usual quantities the first time in a number of
in deep trouble personally, and he has executive and judicial branches of bananas. Heretofore the BRADFORD COUNTY than purchase commercially you may need to check the size years the words Food Shortage -
placed the government in trouble. government, and understandably a palms had never borne more prepared foods. Why not cook of your cooking utensils. As a It could be that t
There will have to be a resolution of movement is growing in the legislative than one bunch during a enough for several meals guide to the size of utensil something as drastic and realas
and then
season, only in a have the time then needed multiply the numberof this could Bradford
branch to take the route of impeachingthe JohnO'Meara when you put
the growing impasse if our period of four five By
govern- every or serve the family favoriteseven portions by the size of County back in the strawberry
ment is going to be able to function President. years. on busy days portion to find out the total (and other vegetables)

t'tfectively. quantity of food that the production business.
"But such a process would be The banana fruit is slow to Prepare the food in the recipe makes.

agonizing for this nation. It would take mature, requiring three usual way and cook it until I did not mention in my
much time in period when war is months from bloom to almost done. Frozen meats The recipe includes column last week that your
a maturity. The first bloom on For more than century the and vegetables easily become directions both for serving the County Extension Offices
Memphis Commercial Appeal: "The raging abroad and economic problems the Matthews' trees appearedin forests of Florida have been overcooked when reheated if food immediately and for would be closed last Monday

(President has said he took his position beset us at home. July and the bananas providing raw materials for they were completely cooked reheating the frozen food for and Tuesday. Our total staff

:ind subsequent actions because he became so heavy in early one of its leading industries. before freezing. Go easy on serving was called to a special

was seeking to avoid disunity in the "Mr. Nixon has stated that, under October that the tree broke The forest products industry the seasoning because pepper, chicken is training meeting on the use of
under their weight and the $1.4 billion in 1972 today cloves and synthetic vanilla Creamed a our penalty mailing for our
'America will be
his
nation in a time of international crisis. proposal, sparedthe ranks the its and favorite for freezing. If
bunch had to be picked. They near top in tend to become strong Extension work, and other
.
.. His actions have had precisely the anguish of further indecision and were shorter and fatter than contribution to Florida's bitter when used in frozen chicken broth is not available, special programs to help us doa

opposite effect. litigation about tapes: We think his the kind usually found in the economy. foods You can always add you can substitute 1 cup better job of serving the
proposal defies a lawful court order stores but had a good flavor more seasoning just before canned chicken bouillon or 1 people in our county If you
Timber of the few and
and eating quality, very is one serving. Add crumb and chicken bouillon cubes 1 called please try again and
and would obstruct
justice.
St. Petersburg Times: ...the similar to imported bananasThe commercial crops harvestedin cheese toppings to the frozen cup hot water for each cup of we will be happy to serve you. ,
President's unrestrained attempt to other three bunches almost every county in the food just before reheating. chicken broth called for in a
"And in such a period of turmoil, state with an estimated 75,000 recipe. j
stop the independent prosecution of appeared later in the summer,
the Watergate crimes and his freedom of the press and the people's and may not mature before landowners is harvested participating.from Cooked chicken or turkey in Menu Suggestion. Serve I.
Pylpwood Creamed Chicken 16
know could face the first freeze, which will casseroles freezes well, so por- '
unreasonable of the Justice right to even graver Escambia to Dade Counties each. with snap beans and shredded -,
purge tions, 3-4 cup I
[Department> are so far outside the danger than they have faced in the spoil the fruit.Matthews t. and annual production cooked does almost meat, stew any ragout type or of carrot and raisin salad Have
amounted to 2.8 million cordsin lat butter or fruit t sherbet and crisp cookies
chicken
past. 3.4 cup ,
of constitutional
normal rules obtained his first goulash. Most vegetables usedin for dessert.
government that the national interest few sprouts from the old 1972. these combination foods, margarine; 1 and 1-8 cups
"There is another way to spare the Peterson Dairy farm such as carrots, celeryor sifted all-purpose flour, 1
peas
now that Mr. Nixon resign, or the of timber For a free bulletin
requires To keep supply tablespoon salt, 4 cups
nation from all this. It was done tidily southeast of Starke, where the onions also freeze well Adda
it he refuses, that he be impeached. coming, researchers chicken broth, 4 cups milk, 2quarts "Freezing Combination !Main
plants were growing in what rich, flaky pastry topping to "
and quickly and in full accordance with geneticists and professional diced cooked chicken. Dishes, call 9&1-6554 or dropa
had
atone
time been
the of law when a chicken and a good meat and vegetablestew card to P. O Box 267,
process only recently, foresters are increasing
for
yard accounting their and have delicious
Spiro Agnew resigned as Vice large size and productivity improving Florida's stand of meat pie.you a Melt the fat and blend in the Starke, Florida 32091.
Washington Post: Having lost two President. Once a tree bears fruit, it dies timber. Through careful flour and salt. Add broth and
rounds in court, he (Mr. Nixon) attempted but new sprouts are con- planning and an extensive milk. Cook until thickened,
to seize immediate control of "With full for stantly coming up to serve as reforestation program, future In addition to aiding con- stirring constantly. Add the SmoJtey Says i
respect the high office generations are assured of an servation chicken and heat to blend
the prosecution of a series of criminalcasev he holds and replacements. They may he providing
indeed because of that transplanted at adequate\ supply of trees recreation facilities and flavors.To I
in which he any season
is at least WIIATMAV
potentially respect, we urge President Nixon to and almost always live if seedlings to landowners, LOOK
a defendant. do the same." given plenty of water With the demand for timber companies also provide Serve Immediately. Heat J LIKEtAFlkENAlA
increasing each year, private scholarships for forestry the mixture thoroughly and ..CCULDBEACREAT
educational institutions on rice toast, or
industry students and serve ,
Although Matthews is not sponsor youth 9 HOME R3R
and government biscuits WILDLIFE
sure of the variety of his camps and school forest
are carrying out an
BRADFORD rmiligf plants it seems likely they are agencies extensive conservation and programs. To Freeze Cool the food

A, the Cavendish which is reforestation program.. Tree One of the greatest fruits of quickly, Pack in freezer
ACTIVE described as a dwarf t type nurseries are being operatedby forestry education has beenan containers leaving head
O MEMAER pq probably the best adapted to well (Pint containers are
y private industry, as as increase in the ap- space "
Florida conditions. The
nurseries managed by the preciation of the part trees preferable to larger ones Ir TII 7r
Cavendish is said to be h
191] more because large blocks of
/ Division of Forestry. play in the quality of life. By
gTjp BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER cold hardy than othervarieties encouraging an awareness of creamed chicken are difficultto .
and the leaves are of these make
nurseries
All the value of trees, foresters thaw.) Seal and freeze nUse
Published thicker and more wind seedlings available to private immediately.
each have
Thuraday'and entered ilhe gained the community's
as Second CLas! Matrerr ac Poat Office ., resistant for
Fla, Statke landowners timber-type
under Act of March 3, 1879. cooperation in a movement to
planting at cost.: Since 1928 To For
transplant forestry conceptsto Prepare Serving.
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: U.50 six months. Bananas respond well if more than two billion tree the urban scene, in order to Without thawing, heat frozen
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year11.00: { six mcih planted( in a moist spot, and seedlings have been planted in solve some of the problems of creamed chicken in the top ofa (
St.arh. Fla. Matthews has some actually Florida. Trees for crime, pollution, unsightliness double boiler, about 30 thought and care ',Len
growing in mucky water at homeowners as well as wood and overall tensions. minutes for 1 pint. burning fence
industry are provided.



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TELEGRAPH October 25, 1973



. LEGALS LEGALSNOTICE HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy Classified



OF INTENTIONTO entered against you for the relief Administration Building -. -----

REGISTER demanded in the Petition. Bradford County School Josephine Fontaine
WANTED
Used furniture
WITNESS hand and the ., ,
FICTITIOUS NAME my Board
Paper Work refrigerators, washers Dahmer's -
returned home from the
seal of said Court on the 27th Starke Bradford
County, SENIOR CITIZENS:
Pursuant to section 865.09 day of September, 1913.GILBERT Floridaat The regular meeting was hospital, where she underwent HOUSES FOR SALE Made Easier Discount House. tfchgI

Florida Statutes, notice is held Friday evening, Oct 19. surgery.

hereby given that the un- S. BROWNAS which time Bids will be Plans were made for a Pot- I

dersignij,, Maitland Whiteheadand CLERK OF SAID COURTBy publicly opened and read aloud. luck dinner to be held at 5 p.m. Mrs. A. J. Gittman of South

Stanley L. Whitehead, : Donna M. Branson Any Bid received after the time Saturday, Nov 3. The regular Hill, Va. is visting her 3 Bedroom, Living Room,

doing business under the firm Deputy Clerk and date specified herein will not Friday meeting will not be daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 1-2 LOST AND FOUND

name of M. Whitehead Builders, 10-4 4t 10-25 be considered. held as the Pot-luck will be the and Mrs. K. B. Watterson.Mrs. bath, CB construction in City.

Rt. 1, Mimosa Manor, Starke, Plans, Specifications, and next evening. The door prize Watterson's brother and

Bradford County, Florida, intends Contract Documents may be was won by Ruddy DeWaters. family, Mr. and Mrs. Willie 3 Bedroom, Living Room,

to register said fictitious NOTICE OFAPPLICATION examined in the office of the Game prizes were won by Bill Gittman, also of South Hill, Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 I LOST Gold heart charm,

name under the provisions of TAX DEED FOR Owner (Bradford County School Fontaine. Gene Taylor, Ruth Va. and Mrs.of Dorothy Richmond Walters Va. bath, CB construction in City "Diane" on front, at football

aforesaid statute. Board, Post Office Drawer 939 Dennison, Josephine Fontaineand and family Call Palatka collect 328-
Sec. '194.16, F S. also visiting with the game
Dated at Starke, Florida this Starke, Florida 32091)), at the Nannie Watterson. are 40 acres good location, pecan '1784. 1tp

24th day of August, A. D '1973. office of Don R. Morgan Architect For the Pot-luck dinner, the Wattersons. frees large! frame h&uhh in
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, When It's in
l1\'I.I i .1.O!
P. A. (Post Office Box Club will furnish the ham and
-- -- -- ----- -
that W. R. ALDERMAN, the Visitors with Mrs. T. F.
Maitland Whitehead 987, Green Cove Springs the members will bring a
holder of the following certificates Brown last week were Mr and uiyo" i i d ..osidpud ifjndiif. Print.
Stanley L. Whitehead covered dish and their
Florida) and F. W. own .
at DodgeCorporation's ,
10-4' 4t 10.25 has filed said certificatesfor Plan Room tableware.We Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami, >" ,. dad 10 all con'veniences LOST small long haired blonde
a tax deed to be issued and Mrs. Daisy Johnston of In City. terrior. Red collar

thereon The certificate numbersand (Jacksonville, Florida). Houston, Texas. Mr. Weest is Business forms, Jacksonville tags. Has small

of the Plans and Specifications may extend sympathy to the Brown's and Mrs. 10 with letterheads Reward 964-8347.
years issuance, Mrs. son, acres pines, quiet save puppies.
of Marshall Marchett
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT be obtained as follows: family ,
of the and is Mrs. Brown's just
description property Johnston neighborhood, out of Itp
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the names in which it was Upon receipt of $25.00 two who passed away Oct. 13. niece. City. you time, headaches ,t-

flORIDA IN AND FOR assessed follows sets of Plans and Specifications We follow -- -
are as - -- --
BRADFORD COUNTYIn Certificate No. 76 for this Project will be forwarded Three nice lots in country, each orders.Bradford ,
FRIENDS AND NEIGH your
collect. If Plans and
Year of Issuance 1968 BIRTHDAYS: lot has paved road frontage. STRAYED One cow, owner
Re Estate of LEASTON A. Specifications are returned in BORS:
: Description of Property Com ((1)) 3.56 acres County can claim by identifying and
WYNN, Deceased. 860' E and 30' N of SW Cor of good condition, within ten days J. Alderman Oct. 2.89
Mrs. Ruth Reddick hasof Mrs. T. 20 ((2)) acres pay board bill Contact Fisher
after
of
NW Quarter of SW Quarter, N receipt Bids the full of Mr. 2.22 TelegraphMISCELLANEOUS
Floyd Jacoby, son ((3) acres Gaskins, Rt 1. Box 89,
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 100', E 50', S '100', W 50' to deposit will be refunded. and Mrs. A. F. Lowe, is eleven Lawtey Fla. Phone 782-3258

POB Sec 22, T-6-S, R-22E. NOTE: All requests for Plans this Petition. years old.WEDDING. 10 acres with double wide 4tchg 10.25.NOU5ES' .
all creditors and all persons and Specifications shall be made
mobile home 3
mi.
3. approx.
having claims or demands Name which assessed. through the office of the Ar Petitioner and Respondentwere
in from City.
married
to one another on
said estate. chitect.
against
You, and each of are Frances SlocumAll Each Bid submitted shall be July 9, 1957 at Miami, Florida, BELLS:
you
of said property being in and cohabited together Miss Katerme Ann Hunt and G?>i itw ..v more fOR RENT
hereby notified and required to accompanied by a cashier'scheck as
the County of Bradford. State of husband and Ronald Birt were married
wife until
claims and demands bid bond in the
present any or amountof
Florida November 15 (Friday Oct. 19, at the home of
1959.
which you, or either of you, may Unless such certificate or Five Per Cent of the Bid, ,
4. That there the groom's parents, the E. L.
were no children
have the estate of the Bradford
against payable to County
certificates shall be redeemed in the of about
LEASTON A. WYNN born as issue of this marriage. Birts, presence GEOrtutROBERTS.
School Board.
deceased, to the Judge of the according to law the property Surety shall be 5. That there is no ;property, 60 guests, with a reception REAL ESTATE For information on World Book FOR RENT small furnished
company call M A.
described in such certificate or Encyclopedia
afterwards. Out of town
for individualor
either real house. Suitable
or personal, involvedin
said Court, Starke Courthouse licensed to do business in the .
certificates will be sold to the Payne 964 6560 after 5 p.m.
Bradford County, Florida, withinsix state of Florida and shall be this action. guests were the maternal 986 N. Temple Ave., StarkePh. couple. $100 per month. M.

.,, months from the date of the highest bidder at the court listed by the United States 6. That the Petitioner has grandmother, Mrs. Roberts; 964-7826 tfchg. A. Payne. 9646560 after 5
house door on Monday in aunts and uncles from
first publication of this notice. made diligent search and Wayne Douglas, Associate p.m.1tp
Treasury Department. Surety
Month of October 1973 whichis - -
Jacksonville; paternal Ph. %4 6593 -
inquiry, and to the best of her
Each claim or demand must shall also
company comply
the 22nd day of October, grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
be in writing and must state the '1973 with all requirements of the knowledge, the Husband is not LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast - - -- -
Paul Hunt Mr. and Mrs.
place of residence and post- General Conditions and presently engaged in the Armed ; $3.00.
Sup- with X-II Diet Plan
Dated this '14th day of
Gerald of
office address of the claimant September. 1973.GILBERT plementary General Conditions, Services of the United States or Boatright Kingsley, BROOKERIN REDUCE Excess Fluids with
Mrs. Martha Adams and
and must be sworn to by the S. of the above Specifications.Jim of any other country he is over Ga. ; X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back
BROWN, CLERK
and Howard and Mrs.
claimant his his the age of twenty-one Kathy r FOR RENT 1
agent, or at- By. Beulah M. Moody years BRIEFBy Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp
Louise of Columbus
torney, or it will become void Clerk of Circuit Court of Temple, Superintendent and presently resides at 1 116' Ashley "11.8WANTED
law. Castor Street, Rochester, New
according to Bradford County School Board Ga.Miss
Bradford County, FlcrldaO '0-4 Hunt was honored witha
Each creditor shall deliver 4t '10-25 10-11( 3t 10-25( York.WHEREFORE bridal shower at the Baptist LINDA G. COY - -- - -
sufficient of Petitioner
copies his claim to
FOR RENT 2
completely
enable the Court to mail one to respectfully requests that this Church last week. Many
furnished
each personal representative NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Court grant a dissolution of her beautiful and useful gifts were IIt\LI.O\\'EEN CARNIVAL! horse saddles what housekeeping room
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and furnished trailer. 964-
FOR marriage to J. B. received. Cake and punch have got? Dahmers
Dated September 25, A. D JONES you
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
1973 TAX DEED THE Respondent.IDA. were served to about 35 Saturday October 27 is a big Discount. tfchg. 7169.' 'Itp
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
in Brooker-
Fun
She also received Family Day
Mary Williamson Wynn Sec. 194.16, F.S. guests. a
BRADFORD COUNTY. IN
- -- -
Free Joyce Wynn DuncanAs PROBATEIN MAE BLUE JONES shower from friends and - - -

Executrices of the Last Will NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Estate of BELLE M. relatives of Jacksonville, ll.VLLOUKEN CAHMVAL.
RE
and Testament of Leaston A. that W. R. ALDERMAN, the : STATE OF FLORIDA where she was also showeredwith The fun begins with a TROUBLE WITH YOUR DOWN FOR RENT Tri-level 4

Wynn, Deceased holder of the following certificates PRIEST, Deceased. COUNTY OF CLAY more gifts. They also had costume parade, so rig or dig PAYMENT? Check Into ABC'sall bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,

10-4 4t '10-25 has filed said certificatesfor cake and punch and there out a costume and join the new LAY-A-WAY PLAN. central heat, air, Stove and

a tax deed to be issued NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll BEFORE ME, the undersigned were 15 guests present parade at 4 p.m, beginning at ABC Mobile Homes, 4545 NW ref. $185.00. 4733321.' Itp

thereon. The certificate numbersand authority, personally appearedIDA Ronnie and Ann, as we know the Brooker State Farmers '13th St. Gainesville, Fla.Itchg .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF years of issuance, the creditors of the Estate of MAE BLUE JONES, who them, will reside in their new Market proceeding down - - -

FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL description of the property, and BELLE M. PRIEST, deceased, upon being duly sworn deposesand home on Naverine St. after a main street to the school

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR the names in which it was are hereby notified and requiredto says that she is the Wife in weekend honeymoon. house. Three cash prizes will --- -- -- -- -
file claims demands FOR RENT 3 bedroom double
BRADFORD COUNTY. assessed are as follows: any or the foregoing cause for the be given for the best costumein
which have wide $150' month.
they may against trailer per
Certificate No. '14 purposes therein expressed and the different categories.The .
said Estate in the Office of the WANT TO TRADE 58x12 2 BR 964 5679 after 6 p.m. Call 964-
HAMPTON: SCHOOL NEWS
CASE NO. 73-246 Year of Issuance '1970 that the statements contained in parade is for all ages.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 6183.'
of
Itp
semi-private dining room
Description of Property: Com at the foregoing cause are true and
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SW Cor of NW Quarter of SW Bradford County, Florida in the correct to the best of her Mrs. Dee Canova reports delicious mammoth BR, $50 and
Quarter and run E on Quarter Court House at Starke, Florida knowledge. that Kindergarten report Next enjoy a assume payments of less than -- - -- -- -

MANDY GRIFFIS and THELMA Sec. Line 760' for POB then N within six ((6)) calendar months cards will be going out at the school chicken cafeteria pileau dinner at the $85. ABC Mobile Homes,

M. GRIFFIS Plaintiffs, -vs- 300', E 100', S 300', W 100' to from the date of the first Jan R. Thomas end of nine weeks of school. adults75 cents,for$1.50 children for 4545 NW 13th St., FOR RENT '12 x 60 2 BR unfurnished

KATHERINE M. RITTER POB ex. S 200'. Sec. 22, T-6-S, publication of this notice. Each Notary Public Report cards for all other includes beverage and, Gainesville, Ra. Itchg mobile home, A/C.
claim demand be in
or
must
Defendant. R22. State of Fla.at Large grades went out during the dessert. Door prizes will be 964 8450 or 964-5846. 'Itp
and must state the
writing placeof
My Commission : 5-23-77 past week. They are to be -- -- -- -- -
expires the
given during
NOTICE ACTION Name in which assessed: John residence and post office signed by parents and away - - -
address of the claimant and evening so keep your supper
returned to the school
and Mary Lennon.All PAUL D. NEWELLAttorney
must be tickets. NOTICEII Effective October.
sworn to by the
To: of said property being in for WifeP. promptly.Mrs. .
claimant, his agent or his attorney ABC Mobile Homes, FOR RENT 12' wide mobile
KATHERINE M. RITTER the County of Bradford, State of O. Box 654 Jean Clark's First -
422 East Me Cord Florida. or it will become void Keystone Heights, Fla.32656 Grade class has just completed Some children may preferto Gainesville, Ra. under indictment homes outside city limits. J.

Centralia Illinois 62801 Unless such certificate or according to law.EUGENE. a unit on the flag. This grab a hot dog and a drink, from their HOME C. White. Ph. 964 61'4.' If no

certificates shall be redeemed By Paul D. Newell Of Counsel included the history of the or something else from the OFFICE concerning sales. H. answer! call 964 6152. tfchg

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an according to law the property F. SHAW as ,10-184t '11-8 flag, learning the pledge of sweet shop-then off to the fun O. feels that ABC Gainesville
Executor of the Estate of and booths, rides, or tractor SHOULD SELL 8 OUT OF
action to foreclose a mortgageon described in such certificate or allegiance, proper respect pony
the following described certificates will be sold to the BELLE M. PRIEST display of the flag of our rides. Booths included are: EVERY 10 homes sold in

property in Bradford County, highest bidder at the court Deceased IN THE CIRCUIT COURT country, and concluded with fortune telling, dart game, Gainesville and surroundingarea.

Florida:: house door on Monday in Monthof '10-184t' 11-8' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the correct method of foldingthe bean bag toss, milk bottle .Come see the guys while

FLORIDA IN AND FOR novelty shop, country the pressure is on and reap the
October, 1973 which is the flag. throw HELP WANTED
Lots 8 and 9 of Block 29, Peek's 22nd day of October '1973. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY. Case Mrs Ernestine Denmark's store, fish pond,sponge throw, savings) ABC Mobile Homes, t J

Addition to the Town of Starke, Dated this 14th day of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT No. 73-225 Third Grade class is making a and grab bag. Bingo will also 4545 NW 13th St.,

lying and being in Section 29, September, 1973.GILBERT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CIVIL ACTIONIn study on tropical fish. They be a feature of the evening. Gainesville, Ra. Itchg

Township 6 South, Range 22 S. BROWN, CLERKBy BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE have recently set up an attractive

East, according to the plat : Beulah M. Moody No. Re: The Marriage of CARL aquarium in their Don't forget to go to the -- -- -- FULL TIME mechanic needed.

thereof recorded in Plat Book 1. Clerk of Circuit Court of classroom.The .
I
FOSTER, husband, and ticket booth to buy those last Keystone Auto Service, 473-
Page 40, public records of Bradford County, Florida. IN RE: The Marriage of SAN JOHNNIE LEE FOSTER wife school children enjoyed chances on a 30-30 Winchester FOR ELECTRICAL air condition 4052. It

Bradford County Florida; '10-4 4t 10-25 DRA JEAN BENNETT watching the Homecoming Rifle, $1 ; butchering pig service and carpentry call

--..-- _.. Petitioner, and RICHARD PAUL NOTICE SUIT Parade in Starke last Friday (approx. 160 Ibs.) 50 cents; Marshall Mott 485-4402 -- - - -

has been filed against you and BENNETT Respondent. No PropertyTo afternoon. They were tran- Farbeware broiler-rotisserie Brooker Ra. Free estimate..

you are required to serve a copyof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT sported by bus to the parade. 50 cents; Free Spirit bicycle 25 2tp 11.1MAKE '

your written defenses if any, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NOTICE OF SUIT Children experienced an cents; tether ball set 10 cents; HELP WANTED SERVICE

to it on Dudley P. Hardy FLORIDA, IN AND FOR : exciting day at school on Malibu doll set (Barbie and MAN Sober, dependable
-
Johnnie Lee Foster -- - --
plaintiffs' attorney, whose BRADFORD COUNTY. TO: Monday. A photographer was Ken) 10 cents; and trustworthy. Right pay for

address is P. O Drawer 1030, CIVIL ACTIONIn RICHARD PAUL BENNETT on hand to take pictures. In a Also cast votes for right manl ABC Mobile
You are hereby notified that your your beaten down carpet nap
Starke, Florida, on or before 489 Blackbird Lane few weeks the results of these choice of Princess, Prince, Homes, 4545 N. W. 13th St.,
an action for dissolution of at doorways bright and fluffy
November '10, '1973, and file the re: The Marriage of EDDIE Madison, Wisconsin 53704 marriage has been filed againstyou color pictures will be sent King and Queen. Voting will again with Blue Lustre. Dev- Gainesville, Fla. 32601. itchy
LEE
ROSS husband and MARY
original with the Clerk of this home for parents' approval.
end at 7 p.m. The Coronationwill rick Inc. 301 E Call St.
ANN ROSS, wife.NOTICE Johnnie Lee Foster, and ,
Court either before service onplaintiffs' Everyone in the community -- - --
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat you are required to serve a copy begin promptly at 8 p m. 964-6163.
attorney or immediately is invited to attend we annual
an action for dissolution of Candidates for Prince and
of written defenses, if
OF SUIT- your any
after; otherwise a has been filed PTA !Halloween[ Carnival Princess From Mrs.Potsko's .
marriage are:
against to it, on the plaintiff's
NO PROPERTY attorney WANTED for Military club, all
default will be entered againstyou scheduled for Saturday at the
ATTENTION
and class House
-Kickey
are required to painting
you
you whose name and address is
To around cook.
for the relief demanded in : school. Children are encouraged Salary matches
serve a of written Nipper, and Leslee Thomas; Free estimates. Call
copy your Dudley P. Hardy, Esq. P. O. anytime.
EDDIE LEE ROSS and ability. Write
in experience
to the
the Complaint. participate
defenses, if any to it on SHAW Drawer Mrs. Jackson's class- 964-5236. Itp
1030 Starke Florida
WITNESS my hand and the 416 N. Madison St. costume judging contest. Mrs. P. O. Jox 1012 Starke. '1tp
AND KOPELOUSOS William Foster and Barbara
Attorneys 32091, and file the original with
seal of this Court on September25th Albany, Ga. Katherine Wigglesworthinvites
for Petitioner, whose address is the clerk of the above styled Tetstone; !Mrs Patray'sclassDoug - -- -- -
who - -- -
A. D. 1973. 142 West Call Street, P. O Box court on or before December 20, anyone can to Green and Carol
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIEDthat cake for the Cake
Florida 32091 and bring a Fussell. Candidates for
1086 Starke, 1973: otherwise a judgementmay King
GILBERT BROWN, an action for dissolution of file the original with the Clerk of be entered against for Walk. She may be contactedat and Queen are: Mrs. Powell's HOUSE PAINTING, Free MOTOR ROUTE CARRIER
Clerk Circuit Court marriage has been filed against you the school to be informed of
the above-styled Court on or the relief demanded in the class Bradlee Cox and Estimatel Call any time 964- needed for Hampton,
By: Beulah M. Moody you, Eddie Lee Ross, and you before November 20, '1973, complaint or petition. donations, or the cakes can be Penny Jakab; Mrs. Ivey's 5236. ItpSEWING Hampton Lake and Brookerarea.
Deputy Clerk are required to serve a copy of brought to the school Friday
otherwise a judgment may be WITNESS my hand and the class-Mark Crews and Linda Call 964-8170 or come by
104 4t ,1024IN your written defenses, rf any to for the relief afternoon or Saturday. Mrs. Scott's class -- -- -- -- the Starke
entered against you seal of said Court on October Manning; office 865 N.
it, on the plaintiff's Donations for the raffle will
attorney, demanded in the Petition. 1973. Jeff Wood and Malissa Rabon. Temple Ave. 2tchg. 10-25( -
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF whose name and address is WITNESS my hand and the also be welcomed. Also, Votes are counted at one ,11-1, ,

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire, P. O. seal of said Court on the 12 day Gilbert S. BrownAs anyone who would like to cent each. However you don'tneed MACHINES all

OF FLORIDA, IN AND Drawer '1030, Starke Florida, of October, 1973. Clerk of said Court assist in any way with the pennies to vote. $1 or makes cleaned oiled and - - -

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 32091, and file the original with Carnival may call the school even $5, or any denominationof adjusted $7.00. All work
the clerk of and offer their services.. guaranteed. James
the above syled GILBERT BROWN, By: Beulah M. MoodyAs money will be fine.
CASE NO. 73182IN court on or before November 23, AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Deputy Clerk Baffle items will be drawn Strickland, Rt. 2, Box 65F,

1973; otherwise a judgementmay : Donna M. Branson 10-2541( 11.22Notice' Taxes Run during the evening. Last but Starke. Phone 964-8733. 2tp AUTOMOBILES

R E: The Marriage of ALICE E. be entered against you for Deputy Clerk Higher not least is the traditional 111. USEDFOR

ARWOOD Petitioner and the relief demanded in the Than Food Costs Cake-Walk, all ages enjoy
WESLEY L. ARWOOO. III, complaint or petition. o-184t 11-8 of IntentionTo this, for everyone would like -- -- - -

Respondent. WITNESS my hand and the Register Taxes take almost twice as to win a cake.
seal of said Court on October 2, Fictitious Name So mark your calendar and STEAM CLEANING Engines of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF big a chunk out of the con SALE 1972 Ford ranch
NOTICE SUIT 1973. don't miss the FUN IN all farm
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR sumer dollar as food does. types, automotive,
loaded
fully belted
CUlT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Pursuant to Section 865.09 In 1973. the average American BHOOKEU this Saturday machinery. Boyd Service Ph tires.wagon Pine Level ,
To: Gilbert S. Brown Florida Statutes, notice is will have to work 2 October 27 starting at 4 p m.PKKSOVUS 9648359. tfchg Baptist
COUNTY FLORIDA. CASE NO.
S.5 Wesley L. Arwood. III As Clerk of Said Court hereby given that the undersigned hours and 39 minutes of Church. Phone 9646490 or

265-90-7961 By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 73254.IN Quality Mobile Home each 8-hour day just to pay J 9646407. itchy

HHC 78th ENG. BN. S. W. Deputy Clerk Brokers, D/B/A ABC Mobile his taxes.
RE The of J. B.
: Marriage he'll only have to - ---
But -- --
APO, New York 09351 (Court Seal) Homes, P. O. Box 2253, Happy Birthday to Shirley SAWS SHARPENED work
JONES Husband and IDA MAE work 58 minutes to for
10-11 4t '11.1NOTICE Fla 32304 pay Green Michelle Harrell and
Tallahassee Call
BLUE JONES Wife. doing his food and beverages. guaranteed. 964-7509 or
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat business under the firm name of Frankie Andrews on this leave at Jackson Builders, FOR SALE 1960 Chev. pickup

an action for dissolution of PETITIONCOMES ABC Mobile Homes, 2201' N. special day Oct. 27. Starke or Keystone Heights. truck 1959 Chev. pickup

marriage has been filed against TO BIDDERS Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 North) Duane Mott was given a Tfchg. truck. Moving van with CMC''I

you and you are required to for NOW the Wife IDA Starke Bradford County, Insects Could birthday party Saturday tractor. PVt. 431-1000.' itchy
serve a copy of your written Notice is, hereby given Florida 32091.' Intends to register afternoon, Oct. 13 at the ------------
,if to it on SHAW sealed bids to be submitted to MAE BLUE JONES, and Brooker Center
defenses, any said fictitious name under the Rule The World Community ------------
Er KOPELOUSOS Attorneys for the Bradford County School respectfully alleges and says: provisions of aforesaid statute. celebrating his 4th birthday. CATHY STEELE'S school of

Petitioner whose address is 142 Board Post Office Drawer 939 "1. This is an action for Dated at Starke Florida this Insects far outnumber human Duane's guests enjoyed dancel! To register call 964- FOR SALE 1967' Chevrolet
dissolution of the bonds of
West Call Street, p, O. Sox Starke Florida 32091. until 9:00: '19th day of October, A. D. '1973. beings. games and were given 8343 after 1 p.m. Ballet, Jazz Impala, 2 door supersport.

1086. Starke Florida, 32091, a m., on the day of November 6, marriage between Petitioner and While there are approximately whistles and balloons as tap modern and ballroom Expensive tires, disc brakes,

and) file the original with the 1973 for the furnishing of all Respondent J. B. JONES. E. C,Allen 3 billion people in favors. Cake, ice cream and taught.337: N. Walnut. 2tchg. clean, good condition, $860.

Clerk of the above styled Courton materials machinery labor, and 2. Petitioner has been a Chairman of Board the world, scientists estimate punch were served by Duane's 1()-25. 468-1554 Hampton 1tp

or before November 5, 1373 equipment for: resident of Florida for more than Mobile Home Industries there are that many insects parents, Mr and Mrs. J. E.
six months next before the 'filing mile of the
Toilet Room Renovation for every square
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES 12'x64' 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath EX- FOR SALE > Registered Ang's V ,
Bull Calves. J. B. White. FOR SALE Hay by the bale or CHINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
PANDO, central heat and air, Phone 964-6114. ton. Call A. B. Whitehead, Jr. CARL BEG GS
Deadline for insertion Sears Deluxe automatic tfchg 964-5630. Itp Z-ear : 100 W. PH. W4.5604 --l.n 'i's
Tuesday Noon preceding washer and dryer. $100 and a free
Thursday before publication. GOOD CREDIT. ABC Mobile ------------ Gulf Service THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME !r.u( ,
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ABC Mobile Homes are quality Service .
Minimum Homes
Charge(2.00 ,4545 NW 13th Street,
(Covers 13 Words) Gainesville, Ra. Itchg homes. Completely furnished. ABC Mobile Homes 4545 N.W. 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
Each word over 15 Many colors to choose from. 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. USED .

10 cents ------------ And very reasonable. ABC 32601 has a complete choiceof LICENSED :2 BATH FAMILY ROOM 8e CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL

Mobile Homes 4645 N. W. 1-2.3 bedroom homes on INSURED CLOSE-OUT SALE-S15.5OO

All Classified Ads must be 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. their lot. Come by and see. PARTSFOR

paid for in advance unless you A.J THOMAS REALTOR 32601. Itchg. Itchg.MILLERBrown. FREE ESTIMATES

with have the an established account 964-6162 ------------ ------------ MOST MAKESOF PO BOX 605
Telegraph in that Tractor Co.
event 50 cents FOR SALE Sears 6 wt / ni I Hipp
extra charge Nice 3 BR, 2 bath 2 story horse CARS rutlroit, Florida

for billing. Not responsible for 3 SR, 1 bath, family room power riding mower with 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT

errors when given over the 2 BR, 1 bath, corner lot grass catcher. Good con 24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE CHEYENE CROSS -
phone or when copy is not 3 BR, 2 bath, family room dition. 5 cu. ft. refrigerator. LJ. BON NELL Farm MachinesNEW

typed and brought to the of 3 BR, 1 bath, on 4 acres Uke new. Baby bed, new HWY 301 WALDO

fice. 3 BR, 1 bath in Raiford mattress. Phone 964-5390, S/30-I3T-11/22 & USED

19 acres, SR-16, $16,000 426 N. Walnut. Itp PHONE 468-1998

21 acres, US-301, $30,000 Volkswagen 4 Ml. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
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tttttttttttts.-s acres, SR-100 $37,000 FOR SALE AKC registered JIMMY MOORE'SSun Long ChampHome

r FOR SALE J JNEWLY 132 German Shepard pups, silver NEW & USED SportsMORE Gainesville, Fla.

Color picture .ubes only "79 grey $50.00 each, 5 males, 3 SALES SERVICE1MI. \WI and
plus labor, Dahmers Discount females. 8 weeks old. 318 BOAT FOR "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA" t.
YOUR
MONEY MaterialsWE
tfchg Lafayette Street or Phone [Building
I. NORTH OFTHE MALL
9648017. 2tp 11.1 STARKE PH 964-5791
GAINESVILLE BUILD
WEDS
Start your new --------------
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life in a new modern com- ------------
COMPLETE "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
OUTBOARD &
pletely furnished home of your FOR SALE Acre Homesites HELP WANTEDNo
,
own. See ABC Mobile FOR SALE Peas, assorted United FarmAgencyIne STERN DRIVE SERVICE YOUR LOT OR OURS"
one-half mile
south of townon
Homes 4545 N. W. 13th variety. You pick. Vernon AND REPAIR
St., west side of 301. From
Reddish. 964-6530. FREE ESTIMATES
Gainesville 2tchg. 10- Experience Necessary
Fla. 32601. Itchg 25MOBILE $2,695.Ph. 964-6191.2tp 11.1 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER I REPAIR REMODELING REPAIRS
----------- Steady Work Fringe Benefits
-
------------ PAUL & CUSTOM BUILT FIBER"GLASS'FISHING ADDITIONS ,
------------ IRENE

IF you are choosy and you have 1969 Honda CL 175 runs and FAULKNERASSOCIATES BOATS. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
looked at Mobile Homes until HOME MOVING. Also looks good. $275. If Interestedcall Apply At

you are woozy. Go to ABC mobile home hurricane an- 473-4812, Keystone. lip 206 S.WATER STREET TRADED

Mobile Homes, 4545 N. W. choring coating.and Olin's mobile MOBILE home Home roof STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65 Poultry Equip.Of ACREAGE FOR SALE National ProteinROAD
13th St., Gainesville
Ra. ------------
32601. tfchgLOOKING Service.964-5606, Rt. 100 W. WANT TO SELL OR BUY All Kinds. 964-6853

Starke, Fla. tfchg 9 ACRES, fenced, citrus grove, REAL ESTATE? 21 HAMPTON. FLA.
HWY. 301 S.STARKE TF (
80 grove burners, 50 pecan CALL US FOR BEST PRICES Inc.
------------ R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP.
trees,and 3 BR,2 baths home PROSPECTS
WAITING JTFCHG
:
for a mobile home FOR SALE AKC Registered with central heat and air. CO. A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
FRIDAY 8:00
MONDAYTHRU
: :
swap shop? See any salesmanat poodles, 2 males 2 females Located on paved highwaynear Your
ABC Mobile Homes, 4545N. $50each. Call 431.1981 before Melrose. $40,000. Mrs. 317 E. BROWNLEE ST.

W. 13th St., Gainesville 5 p.m. 4tp 11-8 Cannon at Quality Realty 372- STARKE. FLA. Real Estate AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
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Fla. 32601. Itchg 8441 or 372-1469. lip
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Broker
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PHONE 964-6819 BILL'S C.B. RADIO & EQUIP
NEED MONEY Live better for '
RIVER Buy-Sell-Trade-
RETREAT
TIRED OF LOOKING? COME TO less money the ABC mobile sleeps 6 SALES PARTSSERVICE TFCHG I 321 N. TEMPLE AVE.
total
electric, heat and air -
ABC We have a company home way III ABC Mobile $50 down and monthly NEW AND USED AppraisalsCALL STARKE.FLORIDA .
stock pile of 2,000 homes. IF Homes, 4545 NW 13th
St.
WE DON'T HAVE IT WE Gainesville, Fla. Itchg payment Mobile Homes less than $65. ABC USED IMPORT CARS INSURANCEAT JOHNSON 123 A PRICES HAVE GONE UP I Ii
,4546 NW 13th BILL POWELL
CAN GET ITI ABC Mobile REDUCED RATES
Street, Gainesville, Ra. Harfred Auto
Homes 4545 NW 13th St., Itchg i
------------ AUTO FIRE BOAT 964-6464 I RETAIL $159.95
Gainesville, Fla. Itchg. Imports Inc.
ABC MOBILE HOMES solving ------------ DOYLE E. CONNER 24 MRS A DAY I BILL'S PRICE 139" :

DOUBLEWIDE 509 E. UNIVERSITY
DISCOUNT
------------ the nation's housing problems INSURANCE AGENCYTCHG

the free enterprise way. ABC only 2 left. This ad entitles the GAINESVILLE TF.3 7 24373A.A. PEARCE/r.:SIMPSON '..."J,JAI ," '",

Mobile Homes, 4545 NW 13th bearer to $100 discount on TOM CAT 23
"MOBILE HOMES for sale or St., Gainesville, Ra. Itchg first half. Look for second half Call

rent". ABC is "King of the discount! ABC Mobile Martin I RETAIL $139.95 ,

Road". ABC Mobile Homes, ------------ Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., Meeting BOGIES ,
4545 N. W. 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. Itchg Campersu.s. BILL'S PRICE '11995
Gainesville Fla. 32601. Itchg. NEW COLOR TV of your choice FRIDAY NIGHT t

CAN be added to your mobile -- ---------- 8:30 P.M. 90 WEST. LAKE CITY PLUMBING BUY NOW & SAVE

home purchased from ABC. FOR SALE Brand new 12' PHONE 752-3723 HOME OFTHE MAGNETIC SIGN t tI
-- ---------- ABC Mobile Homes,4546 NW 390 N. CHERRY ST.
wide heat and air, paymentsless FOR BEST SELECTION OF 72 HR. SIRVICE t
964'8346
13th St., Gainesville, Ra.Itchg. 9OT'i
than $60 a month, only 1 TRAVEL TRAILERS
WE NOW HAVE diamond availablel! ABC Mobile WANT TO DRINK THAT'S MINI-HOMES 964-8602 '--------------A

needles for any make or model Homes, 4545 NW 13th Street,
YOUR BUSINESS TRUCK CAMPERS A7xO+lONPI+
stereo player Dahmer'sDiscount ------------
Gainesville, Ra. Itchg
House. tfchg AND TOPPERSFULL FOR PLUMBING -

ABC offers $300 WANT TO STOP. GAS BACK Adult Mobile Home ParkIN
DISCOUNT ------------ LINE OF PARTS AND
CERTIFICATE toward the THAT'S OUR
SHARPEN your wits. Trim your SERVICE TF HOE WORK
purchase of any mobile hometo BUSINESSO.C.
WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS the first expenditures by living the
person presentingthis CITY LIMITS
ABC Mobile Home way. ABC 24 HR. SERVICEALL
ad. ABC Mobile Homes
4545 NW 13th St., Mobile Homes 4545 N. W. Anton's WORKGUARANTEED $30 A MONTH
Many brands of new vacuums 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. Carnes
Gainesville, Ra. Itchg
$39.00 up. Used machines 32601. Mobile Homes
Itchg.
from $10. Expert Repairs all Nursery SINGLES & DOUBLE WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
------------
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor
------------ WIDES
all vacuums. Built In THOUSANDSOF GROCERY AND NEW
EXPANDO & ADD
ROOMS
central vacuum cleaning DOUBLEWIDE REPOS Last SMART ENOUGH to know that PLANTS FRUIT

systems. 712 N. Main, one just soldi I YOU can afforda 2 plus 2 equals four? Be smart TREES.SHADE TREES. ON ROOMS SHOPPING CENTER

Gainesville 376-7110. new one at ABC. Look for enough to buy your home EVERGREENS. CAMELLIAS) FREE DELIVERY AND SET $ SAVES"
DOUBLEWIDE DISCOUNT from ABC Mobile Homes, AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN UP 100 MILE RADIUS

-- ---------- coupon! ABC Mobile Homes 4545 N. W. 13th St., CANS PLANT ANYTIME BANK FINANCING FRED DAVIS Jo-Lu Court
4545 NW 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. 32601. Itchg. LANDSCAPING 23 Ml. HWY 17 NORTH
S E.OF STARKE. HWY 100 COVETEL CMC TRUCKS
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x Gainesville, Ra. Itchg GREEN BUICK PONTIAC"A U.S.301 South
------------ FLORAHOME 659-2165
9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 x 284-5001 LITTLE RIDE CAN
12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only ------------ GET down to ABC's of Mobile 264-7311 TF Phone 964-8810
$14.95. Many patterns and Home living at ABC Mobile SAVE YOU A LOT"k"GREEN TF

colors. Dahmer's Discount. tf CLIP Homes, 4645 N.W. 13th St., COVE SPRINGS*
THIS ADI? Present it to SewingMachine
Gainesville Ra. 32601
Itchg.
ABC for $200 discount on any

LOTS Zoned for mobile homos TALL OAKS displayed. ABC PumpsNew
------------
and houses. Several sub- Mobile Homes, 4545 NW 13th

divisions to choose from. Only St., Gainesville, Ra. Itchg VARIETYI Varietyl! Variety! You And UsedSALES ..

$95 down. Monthly paymentsto name it. we got it-or can getit. SALES AND SERVICE .. !
suit your budget. Ph. 468- ------------ ABC Mobile Homes, 4645 PFAFF ELNA Handq-Waq

1551 or 9648331. tfchg N. W. 13th St., Gainesville PARTS

BEEF CALVES for sale Ra. 32601. Itchg. NEW HOME SERVICE; a.

Holstein-Hereford cross. WHITE DEEP SHALLOW WELLS r
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Good selection on hand at all C1
1973 WINNEBAGO BRAVE
$3,000 equity best offer and times. Richardson's Dairy, 2 LUXURY Uving at every day $49.50 up Plumbing Supplies FOOD STORES
miles south of Sanderson, Fla. prices in an ABC Mobile '
take Call 964-
up payments. on SRS-229. 2tchg. 11.1 Home, 4545 N. W. 13th St., EXPERT SERVICEON
8481. 3tp 11.1 Gainesville, Ra. 32601. Itchg PARTS a REPAIRS ON ALL

------------ OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational ALL MAKES Now Accepting ApplicationsFor
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PHONE 964-7O61
FOR SALE Collards,
FILL DIRT, top soil, lime rock broccoli cabbageand 2 cents REDUCE your cost of living. See
sod plants. ABC Mobile Homes 4546 N. Employment.
landscaping. Traylor each. Also turnips by the DurrancePUMP .
Landscape Co., 782-3437, bunch in Hampton. Call 468- W. 13th St., Gainesville, Par 611 W. UN IV.AVE.

Lawtey 3tp 10-25( 1315, after 3 p.m. 1tp 32601. Itchg. GAINESVILLE. FLA. a SUPPLY co. HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATIONOR

378-1355 864-N.TEMPLE AVE.
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EQUIVALENCY REQUIRED

FOR SALE New 3 bedroom 2 TCHG

brick veneer, 2 baths, living SPECIAL STARKE BUILDERSA BENEFITS
room, kitchen and dining :
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SCHOOL LUNCII Driving Expert **** K************** Students Children Invited To Bible
OCT.29NOV.2 *
MENU Says Plan Ahead Club At Hope BaptistAll
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Menu is subject to change due Ghost Sticks (Cheese Bread Driving by intention instead 1"e Place .
to deliveries. Sticks) of instinct can stretch C boys and girls, first children during the year.
Pumpkin Crunch (Apricot grade and up, are Invited to Each clubber should bring a
gasoline mileage for Ameriea's
!MONDAY- Upside Down Cake) o *: In DebateThree attend Bible Club In the signed note giving parental
Chicken and Rice Cat's Meow (Milk) fuel-conscious motor- C Children's Chapel at Hope permission. Parents must
Cheese Stix ists, says the head of a group Bradford High Baptist Church beginning arrange for transportationhome.
Turnip Greens with Roots THUKSDW- that drives test cars for a By *, students and one Bradford November 5. .A school bus will stop at
Pineapple Slices Pizza living. T A Middle School student took The club will meet for one Highway 100 and Hope Baptist
Biscuits Mixed Vegetables "Most motorists tend to *: Mono Marc Junit high honors at the District II hour after school each Church road, making It
Butterscotch Squares Carrot SticksPineapple think about their driving ma- Fall Forensic Festival at Monday. The missionary possible for children to attendthe
Milk Shortcake with Gainesville High School last project will feature a Bible Club directly from
in terms of immediate
only
neuvers -
Club. See Beverley Meng, further information
Topping Miss Pam Reyburn was Friday. missionary to Barbodos school. For
TUESDAY.Cheeseburger: Milk need or opportunity proudly elected by the BUS Shuri Williams, Glenda Epps, Islands who will speak to the call 473-4782.
on Bun ," said Fred Bardwell, students to be our 73-74 BHS James Chandler Debbie Darla Christopher took first
Buttered Corn "'IU 0Y- manager of The GoodyearTire Homecoming Queen. Barker, or Joy Anlrews, place as the Best Speaker in
Green Beans Bar-B-Que Weiner & Rubber Company's Pam formerly lived in Debate while Joan Dyal EARLY BUT LATE FACSIMILE EDITION
Juice Mashed Potatoes tire Sardis, Mississippi but she The Civitans and Civinettes placed third.
Orange Bars 7,300-acre proving
MilkWEDNESDAY Glazed Carrots grounds in San Angelo, Tex. liked Starke so much that she are selling Halloween candyfor Bobby Jenkins took first The pilgrims who landed at Georgia poet Sidney Lanier
Peach Cobbler ca me back to finish her Senior a $1 a bag. Please buy place in Oral Interpretationand Plymouth were early wrote a book about Florida.
: : Corn Bread "Thus, they have to make year here at BUS. She is now some to support the in the Original Oratory "Americans," but they This work is included in a reprint -
Full Moon (Bologna) Milk quick stops when something staying with Mr. and Mrs. organization! Becky Brown of the Middle arrived nearly 100 years after facsimile series 25
ahead of them and School took third Spanish explorer Narvaez and
place.
Witch's Brew (VegetableBeef comes up Warren Ebling in Kingsley volumes in all and is offeredby
.
Soup) gun their engines when the Lake. The BUS students are The new 73-74 Interact officers Theme for party landed near present day the Bicentennial Com-
Goblin's Delight (Cabbage e way is clear again." really proud to have Pam as are Vice-Pres.: President -Eddie Jeff "Whether the the event Federal was 1 site of Bradenton, Florida. mission of Florida.
McRae
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Slaw) the 73-74 HC-Queen. ; Government
should
Congratulations Pam we Blalock; Secretary Tim guaranteea
ALL luv yalll I I I Crews; Treasurer Randy minimum annual income for
each "
Martin; Seargant-of-Arms family unit or not. WE HAVE GOOD JOBSIN
THE CLOSER Our College and Career Day Dale Johns; Party Chairman Participants from the high
scheduled for Gerald Meng Board of
Program is ; school
were Benita Franklin,
Monday, Oct. 29. This Directors Marshall Hosie ADMINISTRATIONFOR
YOU LOOK Richardson,
Bobby
is for Juniors and Cloversettle and Mark
FOR D program Jenkins, James Chandler,
and will involve 1.3 Hodges.
Seniors Diane Nelson, Brian Patray, YOUNG WOMEN
THE BETTER periods. Representatives Darla Christopher,Joan Dyal,
From junior colleges, colleges, Attention all Spanish Club Susan Faulkner Michelle
WE LOOK technological schools and Members: Spanish Club duesof Jenkins, Greg Stalnaker, AND MEN
local industries will be $1 are due by Oct.31. Please Linda
Salazar,
present. This program shouldbe pay Glenda Epps, treasurer, wards,and Karen Powell.Cindy The Ed-
very worthwhile for future during 1st and 6th periods and two from the middle school l
| | education. before school in A-4. Dues will
Motors were Becky Brown and An-
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Terwillegar be accepted after the 31st. drea Eaves. Ages 1734RUNNING ,
ATTENTION: <::::: ""
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The photographer will be -- --
964-7200 here Oct. 29 to take retake '0
206 MADISON STARKE pictures for the un- BIB 1
derclassmen who have not Garage TODAY'S ARMY TAKES A
had their picture taken.
We Have A good Please have them taken so LOT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SKILL.
will be the BUS
your picture in Under
annual. Open LIKE TYPING, STENOGRAPHY

Selection Of Clean FOOTBALL JERSEYS- OFFICE MANAGEMENT AND

...are on sale by the Spanish New Management PERSONNEL SPECIALTIES. WE'LL
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USED CARSTraded or three colors. Buy your John Henley WHILE YOU LEARN. PLUS 30 DAYS
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In On 74 Fords My Neighbors WAYNE GLENN COLLECT 786-5800
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