Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03920
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03920
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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No. 15 Thursday,November 8, 1973 Copy

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eight automobile ....
accidents in Bradford ,

County one man was ""

seriously injured

November 1 on SR-16, :','.. '. I -

according to the Starke 'i/1/ ". .t( -

Police Department and '''''c'',' .. January 1

Florida Highway Patrol.

Joseph Hayward Stephsonof .
Raiford, traveling west on '. ,
SR-16 lost control of his 1972Chrysler ..,')., .. four hour
'I : a grueling
and crashed his *
vehicle into the New River :l ;, \ ;,:; ytl, a work session Thursday,

bridge abutment. Stephensonwas ;!.;' 'J':1' ::'.c. .,: ,' November 1, Starke City
\ :: foi"
thrown clear of his ; ; :,'", '' ."' :/, :;' Fuel ShortageFor Commissioners ten-

vehicle before impact. .. : tatively adopted new
of the
The rescue unit
Emergency Medical Service utility rates to providesome

carried Stephson from the n.y j $81,000 in
scene of the accident to the l Schools necessary revenues to

Bradford County Hospital for balance the 73-74 fiscal
emergency treatment of his
injuries. Stephson was later year

transferred to the hospital at Sweeping changes were
the Naval Air Station in made in gas, water and sewer
Jacksonville. According to the Concerns Bd.Facing rates to Be effective January
accident report filed by j eta w, c t 1, 1974.
Trooper. C. R. Cory of the
Florida Highway Patrol, the .. a shortage of gasoline the Bradford School the Partially recommended following changes some of

vehicle sustained damages 'F, Board showed concern Tuesday about the use of contained in a rate study
estimated at $3,500.A buses for field trips and the practice of drivers prepared by a Tampa con-

Johnnie 1972 Powell Ford driven of Starke by L ; / using buses to get home. sultant finally, the decided Commissionershave its time

sideswiped a 1969 Dodge Board Member H. A. school board 19.9 cents per to put all of the revenue
driven by John Franklin Lawson first brought the gallon,an increase of six cents
producing departments on a
Crews of Starke on North 301, matter of bus usage up when per gallon. Business Manager self-supporting basis, rather
Nov. 1. According to the accident he said he noticed three big Eddie Douglas said than have them rely on the
report filed by Police buses and one little one fuelingup November's fuel oil allotmentis revenues produced by the
Officer Roger E.DuBose, both at the bus barn. Looking at 2,800 gallons. electric department to make
vehicles sustained damages of Tornado cheerleader Carol Beam Patty Morris, Alice Big Red griddera travel to Orange Park tomorrow night In the record log, Lawson said, told the boardhe up their deficits.
$100 each.A Atwood, and Sally Torode urged their team to a 13-7 win in search of their fifth win healthier than In several weeks, showed him the four buses last Supt. Temple
and to
has written sent
new 1974 Oldsmobile rnandina Beach Friday night to put the Bradford grldders which makes them a more poteflUru' >at to win their final two weekend used enough gas to, With the rates as now
each school to to
owned by BaldwinChevroletwas : on'the winning side of the ledger with a 4-3-1 record to datis games. v> make six normal bus runs. measures use established, the city fathersare
fuel. If the worst
damaged, Nov. 2nd, while Last month the school conserve in high hopes of continuingto
comes and fuel has to be be able to meet the
parked! on the owners lot on system exceeded its monthlygas
North ,US 301. The vehicle allotment and was forcedto limited Temple said, school commitments on increasingcosts
causing the damage left the purchase 1,000 gallons at could take in at midmorningand for fuel, salary in-
scene of the accident, its Garbage Collection Plan 34.5 cents per gallon on the dismiss early, during the creases, and higher bond
of the
warm part day. payments.
driver and identity has not open market. The school
been established.A board usually pays less than What does the increase
1959\ Cadillac, driven by 20 cents per gallon for mean to the resident, the
James W.Olson of Handsboro, gasoline.Ken 4 Thefts commercial user?
Mississippi, collided with a Young, coordinator of Basically every residentwill
1973 Chevy truck, driven by Presented To Commission operations who is in charge of be paying at least $3.60
James Corwin Kirby of Anthony the transportation system, OccurIn more per month as a result of
Fla., on US-301 South, agreed that too many fieldtrips the new minimum rates,
Nov. 2.Damages. for the broken down follows
being taken as :
to the Olson Looking at new pollution proposed by Gene Failing, in per customer. His $3 charge reports for further study.In available.are He said his -An increase in the sewer
standards and the solid the event that the could be maintained as long as gas CityFour
vehicle estimated waste county other action from to $4 in-
were a $175, Monday department is reimbursed 25 rate $1.50 an
disposal problem in rural''' decided at a later date not to the landfill charge to him did
and about $400 damage to the mile the individual of $2.50.
Kirby truck. Olson was areas of the county, Bradford enter the garbage collection not exceed 30 cents per cubic -' Arthur Bruno, Mayor of cents per school for by all field thefts took place in crease-An increase in the water
Commissioners Monday business. Failing made a yard but in the event that the Hampton, reported to the Starke during the period of
with from to
if that rate $2 $3.
charged improper but figure
landfill charge would be Increased Commissioners about a trips, Novemer 4, according -
listened to a report on a verbal application to be October :29 -
change of lane or course.A were $1 it wouldn't do -An increase of $1 plus 10
to 50 cents cubic that he had received any Police
the Starke
collection franchised the Com- proposal to
garbage system by per
Chevrolet driven tax. A total of
1967 available. cents utility
by good if the isn't
of Starke which would cost residents $4 missioners to handle the yard that his monthly charge from the Department of gas Department.Three .
Washington would have be relative to the Young said the trips to Schlitz 360.
per month. garbage disposal in the to increased to Transportation, six-packs of
with Chevrolet Commercial establishmentswill
collided a 1971 which Lawson were referring
unincorporated areas of the $4 per month per customer installation of a school traffic beer, four six-packs of Bud-
Johnnie school be at least $6.20
driven by Percy At their regular monthly signal for the Hampton were made by the high weiser beer two gallons of paying
Johnson of Starke, on SR-16. meeting held Monday county. also.The School. Com debating team and the track more per month, as follows:
Nov. 5. Damages were November 5, at the cour- lie stated that he is commissioners took no Elementary missioner Shuford stated that team. The two minibuseswere milk, one box of Spearmintgum an increase in the sewer rate
estimated at $100 to both thouse, the 'Commissioners presently in the business and further action on the matter, already scheduled out, and one box of Beechnut from $2 to $6, an increase of
heard he is charging $3 month other than to receive the (See Page 7)) gum was stolen Oct. 29 fromDowlmg's increase in the water
vehicles. Washington was a report as promised, per Young said, so he had to use Produce TempleAve. $4; an
charged with improper from Jack Trawick, county the big buses for the trips. rate from$2 to$3, an increaseof
went over a
change of lane or course.A sanitarian- with respect to Chairman Rodney Hall The culprit $1, plus 10 cents utility tax;
1973 Dodge, driven by changes in pollution Possession Of Homemade Knife pursued the point that the wire back fence door and according kicked open to an increase in the gas
Jack J. Tarsi of Phillipsburg, regulations to be made effective school board has previously the minimum from $2 to $3, an
New Jersey, collided with a January 1, 1974. instructed that buses were to Officer M. L. Sibley's report. increase of $1, plus 10 cents
1970 Ford driven by Ruth After that date sanitary be parked at the bus barn or One stereo set, one black utility tax, a total of $6.20
Marr McCraney of Lawtey, landfills will be operated in Costs FSP Inmate 10 More Years outlying school, when routes light and four speakers (two increase over what had for-
while backing out of the accordance with new end there. Drivers are not large and two small) were merly been paid.
parking area at Garden regulations to be proposed by ,- . .. supposed to drive buses home, stolen from Danny Ricks on Increase in the usage rates
Restaurant, Oct. 29. The the State Air and Water Inmate Lorenzo Battles, weapon, a nomemaae unite, escort mm to the maximum Hall stated. 524 N. Cherry St., Starke Oct. that will be applied to the gas
accident caused $150 damageto Pollution Control Board.As already serving a ten year by a state prisoner. The security section of the prison.See Young agreed but said he 30. The culprits entered his and water consumers is
vehicle. term for robbery and carryinga sentence ended the Fall Termof ( 7)) in the west window by variable but Clerk Merrill
the McCraney No a result of the new Page had approved usage of some house ,
charges were filed. requirements, it will be concealed weapon on a 1973 Circuit Court action. buses for drivers to take home tearing the screen, accordingto Edwards has calculated that
,I A 1962 Cadillac, driven by necessary for the county to conviction in Dade County in The Spring Term begins next 18YearOldServes where hardship cases existed. Officer M. L. Sibley.A those rates will add 10 to 15
Floyd Lecel Barnum of close down four of the landfillsnow July, 1968, was sentenced to Tuesday; Nov. 13, with a day Young said several drivers four-speed transmission per cent more to the average
Starke, collided with a 1973\ being used for garbage an additional five year term of arraignments and sen used a single bus and that belonging to Sylvester Bright, utility bill for each consumer.
Circuit Court TheronA. On
I Ford, driven by Eula disposal, and it is presently by Judge tencing. about 3-4 of all buses are all Lawtey, was stolen betweenOct. The present sewer rate of
planned to continue the Yawn. Jr. The offense for which parked where they are 29 Nov. 1. Value of the increased
(See Page 4)I ) The sentence was imposed Battles stood trial and was sup $1.50 will be to $4
operation of the landfill on SR. LoculjuryDarrell posed to be. transmission was estimated to monthly for residential
-------., 100. about three miles from Wednesday morning convicted occurred at the "We had a rule against that $375, according to Officer customers, and from $2 to $6
... Keystone Heights. November 1, after a jury had prison on June 27, 1973. Stephen Brown is Hall said. Julius Eunice.
-- -- practice, for commercial.The .
t ;. .. ;.:<::;. .;..- .;;:_:..- t returned a guilty verdict of the first circuit seven-inch
Trawick stated that a In presenting his case for 18-year-old "I'm concerned at the use of One Sony gray rate study had
-m' "r.___'iII. survey, recently conducted by possession of a dangerous the state. Assistant State court juror in Bradford a bus this way when it costs and black television one recommended an increase to

'.. --.l. -'.. _._ '.. t Phillip E. Davis, of Lake City, Attorney Ken Hebert called County history. us 45 cents a mile to operateone. woman's black hair wig and $8.50 for residential and $12
?: : ::!::; indicated a potential of about Bad Checks seven witnesses for He served during the trial We need to look into this one man's watch was stolen for commercial.
':' "':=. 3,600 customers who would testimony; Corrections last week of a State Prison because the fuel situation may from the home of James Preliminary figures indicate -
: :
_. .. ,- .. avail themselves of the Officer Lester J. Minton; Lt. inmate, Willie B. Brown on get far worse than it is now. Swinson on 814 N. Oak St.? that this rate change
::..-:-:.. *-..g: garbage pick-up service. Being Passed Marcus L. Conner; Sgt. Floyd charges of possession of a Young said 13 of the drivers Starke, late Sunday night. The will provide a revenue of
; ;: Users would be required to James Cowart; Lt. Dennis E. weapon by a state prisoner. were faced with the problemof culprit entered in the two $92,742 for the sewer depart-
'ii.., ;-::-."';: place their garbage in leak- Worthless checks are being Coggins; Lt Charles L. Assistant State AttorneyKen getting home and that aftera south windows of the house ment.In .
:,.' proof containers at or near passed in Starke by a man Brown; Inmate Records Hebert said it is too soon meeting with them he according to Officer M. L. setting new rates to be
:-- -:. their mail-boxes, for twice who gives his name as Earl Supervisor Grady M. Pauley to judge how well the youthful authorized the use of some Sibley. charged for gas the minimumis
::.'.. ': weekly pickup.In Strickland, the Chamber of and Fingerprint Examiner members of juries will per- buses for that purpose. He $2 for residential and $3 for
payment for the service, Commerce says in warning Larrell Thomas. form, but he expressed belief agreed to have a report on the Band Wins commercial, based upon a
an assessment of three per- local merchants.The Lester J. Minton, on duty at that they will measure up to situation at the next board Top usage rate of 6 therms or less.
I DanceSAT. cent of the home-owners light checks are all made on the prison at the time of the the responsibility. meeting. On an escalating usage
bill would be made. Collec- the First Marion Bank of incident, testified that Battles Young said the 1,000 gallonsthe Marching RatingThe scale the following rates were
I NOV. 10. I tions would be made by the Ocala. At least three have had left"B"wing of the prison For Inn system exceeded its established: from 7-20 therms,
power companies serving the been passed in Starke, all without authorization, and 8-Days allotment is two days of bus Bradford High School 25 cents; 21-40 therms, 23
8:00: TO 12.OO: I user, who would then forward returned for non-payment, upon the inmate's return, routes. He said the driver use Fighting Tornado band cents; 41-70 therms, 21 cents;
collections to the county. says Chamber Manager John when Minton attempted to Site Prepared and field trips will have to be received a superior rating, 71-100 therms, 19 cents; 101
Peace Machine I Trawick estimated that the Myers.A admonish him for the breachof the first things to go if use of highest possible, in the and over, 17 cents. These will
I II annual income would approximate number of checks have discipline, that Battles Site preparation work is the buses has to be cut. District 3 Marching Contest in !be the new rates for
STARKE NATIONAL about $172,000. been passed in Ocala, Myers became belligerent and now in progress for con- The school system is using Gainesville at the Universityof residential consumers.For .
Phillip E. Davis, says. No description of the unruly. struction of an 8-Days Inn on more gas this year than last Florida stadium last commercial users the
GUARD ARMORY representing Truxmore In- man was available. The mode Minton thereupon placed a U. S. 301 North, adjacent to after a rescheduling of bus Saturday, Nov. 3. new rates are: from 7.500

I dustries of Lake City Florida, of operation is that the man call to the prison control room the Tastee-Freeze DriveIn.A routes. The change to begin high school therms, 17 cents and for 500
I c-.tt4 estimated that the cost of four makes a purchase, then asksto for assistance in handling the building permit obtainedby school later this year has bands Twenty-two participated eight and over, 14 cents.
II vehicles to pickup and deliver have a check cashed to situation.Lt. the company on October 19 necessitated more bus runs. earned superior rating; from The new rates are expectedto
I uhr (Community I II the waste to the landfill wouldbe cover the purchase. Conner, Sgt. Cowart and Indicates that the 56-unit The system is using about 40 a produce a new revenue
$'tatr SankAceoimU about$55,000. His estimateof Strickland is currently being Officer M. J. Sapp were sent motel will be erected at a cost per cent more gas this year Judges Band. including the BHS income of 185619.
I revenues to be received by sought by the Bradford to Minton's assistance. Of $250,000. than last year Young said. The new minimum water
the county was based on a Sheriff's Department on Upon their arrival on "B" The property, which has a The board also was notifiedby It is the sixth straight year rate charge was established at
I T. lio.noo Now k.w.d.,. U, charge of $4 per month per several warrants out on him wing, and after talking with 200-foot frontage on the high- Gulf Oil Distributor that the Bradford High band $3 per month for residentialand
I F.-.J o.-&t 4rr..e.C..p. customer, and would provide for passing worthless checksin the inmate, who was still way, was purchased from Freeman Register that effective has won a superior rating, commercial, for usage of
about $14,400 per month.A Duval and Marion Counties, demonstrating a belligerent John A. and Sarah P. Torode October 1 fuel according to BandmasterDean
,--------. second option was but none recently. attitude, they proceeded to for $60,000. (heating) oil will cost the Cassels.. (See Page 5)

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Pee Wee NurseryHas Mrs.M/nes/nger/ / Woman's Club/ Altar Society/ Sets

Halloween/ Given/ ShowerMrs. To Hear Talk OnMenfaHeafh Sfi r Sets Bake SaleSt. w ?, i SJl

Party ContestThe J. H. Minesinger was / / Edward's Altar Societyis
honored at a luncheon and planning a Coffee and Bake
stork shower on Thursday, tl William J. Lennon Ph. D., Sale on Sunday after 10 y
youngsters in the Pee Oct. 25, given by Mrs. D. W v"r Area Director of North o'clock Mass. .
Wee nursery held a I Halloween Whiffen at her home on Central Florida Community Mrs. Michael Gilhooly
party Wednesday, Oct. 31, Mimosa Drive. "Yi dui.rx Mental Health Center will thanks all who contributedand
followed by a Trick or Treat at The buffet table was centered speak at the luncheonmeetingof worked to make the
the City Hall with a pink and blue s K The Woman's Club of Rummage Sale so successful.
The group including Mrs. decorated cake. Mrs. Harry ; Starke on Wednesday, Nov.
Linda Hildebran and Mrs. Gruen assisted in serving the Ii 14, at 12:15: p.m.
Carolyn Sapp, teachers, were 15 guests. The program is under the a Class of 1944
appropriately dressed in Mrs. Whiffen presentedMrs. Education Department with
Halloween costumes. Minesinger with a baby Q>wYf Mrs.L. A. Canova, chairman, Plans Reunion
Police Chief Bowen accompanied play pen as a memento of the tr { and Mrs. Kate Sheppard, co-
the children backto occasion. f dr 4 yx chairman. Hostesses will be
Members of the 1944 BUS
and selected
the nursery Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. O. L.
,and class will hold a reunion on
four of the best costumes
presented gifts to Michelle Past Masters ''siRi1,y yh} 1r Mrs.Beasley Lester,Mrs Crews I.N.,Breazeale Mrs. R. F. July 20, 1974. Attending the

Sexton, Maria Reddish, Demorest, Mrs. Charles planning meeting Monday
Trevor Ramos and Shilynn Night Planned night were Mrs. Betty
Dinkins, Mrs. L. H. Gibson
Register Myrick,
Chapp. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. Ge/ger-Swofford/ Donald Bagwell and Bob SfeworfCurfsEngagement/
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F, d Robbie Shaller, Mrs. F. W. McRae
Law ley CouncilTo and A. M will have a Past & Strickland, and Mrs. Neil Date Set. Nov. II 1 I
Masters night on Monday, Tucker. Wo/ms/ey-/ /
Meet TonightThe i Nov. 12, staring with a fish Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Stewart
supper at 6 p.m. All Past Luncheon Given Mr. and Mrs Herman CrawfordMr. announce the engagement and
regular monthly Masters and Masons are invited Gerald Geiger announce the approaching marriage of their
meeting of the Lawtey City to attend, For KeenAgersThe engagement of and their approaching and Mrs Richard daughter, Judy Lucille to
marriage daughter Michael Dale Curtis, son of
Council postponed .
was Walmsley of Raiford announce
-------- Patricia Ann to Douglas -
due to illness. Women of the First Mr. and Mrs. Donald L.
Monday night the engagement and
Mr.and Mrs.Tom Stokes of Edward Swafford, son of Mr.
all of Starke.
Council will meet Presbyterian Church Curtis
The tonight
en- approaching marriage of their
Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Swafford, all
Nov. 8)) at 7:30 tertained the Miss Stewart is attending
(Thursday : and Mrs. Bill Session this Keen-Agers at of Starke. daughter.Toni!Rae, to Dennis
o'clock in the City Hall. week. their monthly luncheon Dale Crawford, son of Mr and BUS as a senior. Mr. Curtis is
Monday In the Old Manse on The bride-elect will be a 1974 Mrs Gerald Crawford of a 1972 graduate of BHS and is
Cherry Street. graduate of BUS. Kingsley Lake. now serving in the Navy at
Ten Keen Agers enjoyed the The prospective bridegroomwas The bride-elect is a 1973 NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach,
Pre k 8, c luncheon at a long table a graduate Polk County graduate of Union County Va.
HolidaySale ? ., covered with a white linen High school in Benton, Tenn. High School. Mr. Crawford is The wedding date will be
WJf cloth, with a garland of a 1973 graduate of BUS. announced at a later date.
Miss Barnes, Mr Z/pperer/ pyracanthea down the center. The wedding will take place The wedding will be an ___ ___ J T ,..
OJ ... __ Nov. 11 at the home of the event of Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in Mr. and Mrs Herbert
Wedding Date Set, Dec 21 Mr. and Mrs. Homer bride's parents.All the Raiford Baptist Church. Thomas visited Mr and Mrs
friends and relatives are All friends and relatives are James McNeely! in Lakelandover
Parents of the prospective Stearns visited relatives in
The engagement and approaching bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Williston Sunday. invited to attend. invited to attend. the weekend.
marriage of Miss Charles E. Zipperer of Starke. .
Catherine Anne Barnes to The wedding will be at 7:30: (
1/3 Off Ia 1J' Charles Randall Zipperer is p.m., December 21, in the
announced by her parents, First Baptist Church of Denmark Furniture Co
Ir 1r.! and Mrs.Clyde M Barnesof Hastings. No local invitationswill
;'id Hastings be sent,but all friends and

relatives attend.are cordially invitedto 434 W, CALL ST, ...
PHONE 964-5827 Lx .
Miss Barnes, a 1972 asd" 5.STARKE
\ graduate of St. Joseph FLA. ,>x '
ov I aO/o/ Academy, attended St. Johns
() \ River Junior College She is ,
employed by Barnes Spray Clearance
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CPA0CPi2) $ ctf (Oct{ 47C< AIZ( ) Cull) f Jan Honor ThompsonIs GuestAt ComplimentedAt Cheryl Phillips Is :

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smithof Mr. and Mrs.A.S. Harrison Mrs. N. K. Hurst of In- Mrs. Iris Thomas and son, Bridal ShowerMiss ReceptionMiss ,.-
Williston were Sunday spent Wednesday to Monday dianapolis,]Ind.and Mrs.D.C. Stephen of Cornwall' ,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marc with their son-in-law and Forehand of Albany, Ga. are England, are visiting her Jan Thompson of Cheryl] Phillips whose
Jackson. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. guests this week of Mrs. brother-in-law] and sister Mr. Jacksonville former Starke marriage to Jimmy Crosby of
Charles Myers, in Atlanta and Clyde Sinclair and Mr. and and Mrs.A.B.Howard,for six resident, whose marriage to Jr., will be an event
December the honoree
Mr. and Mrs. David Mon- attended the Georgia Tech- Mrs. T. H. Slade. weeks. Steve Kuechenmeister will be 15 was
tgomery attended a banquetIn Duke football game where an event of Nov. 10 In the First Saturday night at a receptionat
Orange Park Saturday their grandson is a player.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High Mr.and Mrs.J.G. Caldwell United Methodist Church in the Hurst home on Searing Years
Street. Hostesses for this
night where Mr. Montgomery's gave a family cookout returned Saturday after a Starke, was honored at a
brother Rev.E. F." and Mrs. Bill Session, Saturday night at their cot month's visit with their bridal shower last Friday affair were Mrs. J. E. Den
Montgomery Jr., was Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stokes and tage on Lake Sands children Mr. and Mrs. A. W. night given by Mrs. A. J. mark Mrs. Robert Turner _
awarded the "Service to Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman celebrating J. M. Edwards, Anderson Jr. in Ventura, Eaves Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Jim B. Godwin, Mrs. Is
Mankind" award by the attended the funeral of B. J. Sr.'s birthday. Among those Calif?and Mr. and Mrs.M. A. Mrs. Charles C. Johns, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. Jim .
Sertoma Club. McRae in Ocala Sunday. attending were Mr. and Mrs. Garcia in Camarillo, Calif. H. H. Adams and Mrs. Henry Reddish,Mrs.Harold Godwin,
John Pare of Orlando Mrs Godwin at the home of the and Mrs. Carl Hurst.
Mrs. Doris Conway of Mrs. Rosemary Erhard Gayle Thomas of Jackson-' Mr. and Mrs. Richard latter on E. Call Street. The bride-elect wore a regal Long
Orlando is visting her brother- who Is recuperating from ville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dennis of Jacksonville spent The refreshment table was red formal] gown which was
in-law and sister, Mr and surgery received many cards Edwards Jr. of Starke and last Thursday with her covered with a white cutwork accented by an orchid corsage
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, this and visits on the occasion of their families. parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and embroidered linen cloth presented by the hostesses.
week. her birthday on Nov. 7. Edwards. and centered with an Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips EnoughWe'reGette'n
arrangement of bronze and mother of the honoree; and
yellow pompoms, flanked by Mrs. James V Crosby, Jr.,

FAMILY CLOTHING MART-GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Thompson holders.bronze candles Mrs.of Billy in Alachua silver Dean mother bridegroom formal of gowns,were the ,prospective also and attiredin were

presided at the punch bowl. presented with corsages.
Games Greeting guests at the entrance
were played during
DOORBUSTER SPECIALSMEN'S the party hours, 7:30: to 9:30: at appointed times
p,m. were Mrs. Hurst and Mrs.
Harold Godwin.
Among the guests were Mrs. Presentingthem
W. B. Thompson of Ocala] to the receiving line,
FINE DRESS SLACKS $ OOO LADIES DOUBLEKNIT SLACKS '$QQO Leo mother Champion of the,honoree grandmotherof Mrs. Mrs.composed Phillips of Miss, and Phillips Mrs.,

OVER 1000 Pro Reg."'12.99 to '20 L OVER 1000 Pro Reg. *1 2.95 to 15" 0 Wilbert the honoree Kuechenmeister, and Mrs., room Crosby were,at the Mrs.end Turner of the living and
Mrs. Denmark.
mother of the prospective
BOYS RIB KNIT SHIRTS GIRLS CORDUROY SLACKS bridegroom.The hostesses. presented the table Inviting were guests Mrs. Reddish to the and tea a
2 a 169 21 10 honoree with Mrs. J. B. Godwin. The tea
Reg. Priced 2" to 3" : I Reg. Priced $2.95 I mixer as a memento an electric of the table in the dining room was
occasion. covered with an imported
oriental white lace tea cloth
"limit 1 Each To A Customer-Offer Good Today & Thurs. Nov.,8 only, Birthday Party For over a rose pink liner. Cen
tering the table was a formal
Gayle/ DouglasLittle arrangement of pink and A
white carnations. Burning
OUTJACKSONVILLE white tapers in tall silver
Gayle] Douglas candelabra enhanced the
I celebrated her first birthday silver appointments at the
U Thursday Nov. 1, when her table. Pouring at the silver
1 I mother, Mrs. Eddie Douglas coffee service at appointed NEW CAR
gave a party for her and ten times were Mrs. George B.
little friends at their home on Flynn, Sr., grandmother; and
Bradford Street. Mrs. George B. Flynn, Jr.,
Colorful balloons were aunt of the bride-elect. At the
strung at points of interest in opposite end of the table
the party rooms. The serving iced mocha from the
ballerina theme was used on silver punch service were
SALE NOW I IN PROGRESS, the refreshment table with a Mrs. J. E. Hardy, aunt of) Mr.
with ballerina a ballerina cloth and decorated centered cousin Crosby,of and the Mrs.honoree.W.H.Johns, From

cake. The refreshment table in the
The youngsters played in family room was covered withan
JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE the yard and enjoyed refresh- ecru lace cloth over) red
ments during the party hours, linen Miss Pam Macy served
4 to 5 p.m. fruit punch from the Englishcut
FAMILY CLOTHING MART party glass hours.service Others during assisting the BALDWINSCHEVROLET

in and for the
xr i NAME BRAND CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Ocala Mr.] and were Mrs.weekend L.M. Stoner guests of of Darby guests serving, Mrs were Harry Mrs.caring Hatcher Charles,
Mr. and Mrs. W.
I CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER 3744 BLANDING BLVD. Brown. George Girls Sr.Mrs., Mrs.assisting Gertrude Drew Reddish were Covington.Misses and

Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwardsand I
Claire Sandra ,
Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Chitty
Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
in Jacksonville Chitty. OLDS
Burney Guests called betwen the
( Sunday party hours of 7 to 9 p.m. The
500,000" INVENTORY-OVER I 51,000 ITEMS honoree was presented with a
See Page 4)) serving piece of her chosen
silver as a memento of the


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C PERSONAlS Starke Elem. Wrecks. 1' Judy Loper Elected I President I'

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(From Page 3) PTA MeetsThe .__..''f_ backin Koehler out.of nf Starke the; Of. Bradford 4-H Horse ClubVVIUIC
B vo --
Starke Elementary parking area of Handy-Way by Teressa Boyce Adult leaders this year are tact any officer, leader or
. L. C. Smith of Miami was PTA held its monthly meeting Grocery on Water Street, Oct. Mr. Bud Milikin and Mr. Bill member of the club or your
visiting his mother, Mrs. November at 7:30: p.m. in the 29. The accident caused $\\15 The Bradford 4-H Horse Melson. county agent's office in
Henry O'Hara, over the school cafeteria. damage to the Koehler Club elected officers for the The club has many ac- Starke.
weekend. Mrs. Clarice Stephens, vehicle. No charges were 1973-74 year at a tivities planned for the year. his
president, conducted the filed. reorganizational meeting An example of their activitiesis "He who own
I Io Mrs. Trudy McBride and meeting, and suggestionswere A 1970( White Truck, drivenby Tuesday night. the recent 10( mile trail ride horn seldom is able to listen
Mrs. Margaret Barate of made for the PTA'syearly Robert Lee Williams of Leading the club this year by 70 members. The next big ,to the band.-Clarin D
Testes South Norwalk, Conn. Carl project.Clark of Winter Haven, collided with a will be Judy Loper, president; event will be an open 4-H Ashby, Uintah Basin (Utah)
principal ( 1968 Datsun, driven by OscarE. December 8 at
I returned to their home Starke Jimmy Scott, vice-president; Horse Show on Standard.
riders having the most pointsfor Tuesday after a week's visit outlined the Elementary school's School and, Crosby of Starke, on North Cindy Bryan, secretary; Cindi the Fairgrounds in Starke.
the month of October. Belt with Mrs. McBride's parents, explained the school's goals tune 301, Oct. 30.Damages. Hester, treasurer\ and Membership in the 4-H "There's nothing right
buckles were awarded to pony Mr. and Mrs. Alexander tions and to to Crosby'svehicle Teressa Boyce, reporter. Also Horse Club is open to any about America that the anti-
and small fry classes. Morton. responsibilities were estimated at$800 chosen to serve this club this Bradford County youth bet- Americans aren't doing their
the PTA members and
Elizabeth Easter guests. and minor damages of $75 year were Recreation Leader, ween 8 and 19 years who ownsor "
Mrs. Sarah Schultz's second were done to the truck. Doug Milikin and Social have an interest in a horse. darndest to change. -
Riders placing for points Mrs. Louie Bell Parks grade won the room count Williams was charged with Chairman, Paula Kay An- For more information, con Harry Powell, Laurena
Top Riders were: pony class: first place returned Saturday after amonth's with 15 present. The PTA Is careless driving. derson. County (Ga.) News.
Rhonda Hinson, 78 points; visit with her son and sponsoring a party each
second place Timmy daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. month for the room with the
Win Trophies Richardson, 50 points; Small William Parks in Atlanta, Ga. largest attendance.Mrs. irr C
I fry: first place Phillip Mrs. Parks also spent a Faye Wilkerson New Crop
Elizabeth Easters of Hinson, 77 points; second weekend in Gatlingburg, program chairman, presented!
Alachua was the Nov 3 place Timmy Bryan, 67 Tenn. members of the second, third, PACKAGED
winner and Kenneth Tetstonewas points. and fourth grades, who, under
the Oct. 27 winner of the Local admittances to the direction of Mrs. Zeporah 4:1: : FLOWER AND
jackpot event, the cloverleaf( Junior boys and girls class Bradford County Hospital this Jennings, music teacher, and
in the Bradford Roping Club's winners were: first place week include: Mrs. Ethel T. Mrs. Sarah Schultz, second VEGETABLESEED
weekly horse show held each Rickie Faulkner, 79 points, Casey, Joseph M. Dyer, Mrs. grade teacher, presented a t ;;
01 Saturday at the Bradford( trophy awarded; powder puff: Mary Phillips, Mrs Mildred musical program consisting of :; NOW IN
, County fairgrounds. first place Betty Richardson, Lee, Leonard F. Smith, Mrs. songs, ringing of bells, and a ka
Forty-eight riders competedfor 53 points; senior class: first. Joy Torode, Mrs. Sally Un- reading of Thanksgiving a 4*Rh i, "r,. Stock For FallPlanting
points in Saturday's show. place Robert Underhill, 53 derwood, Shep Tomlinson, songs. a w r ,
Trophies were awarded to points. Patrick A. Henry, Charles The Bradford County V :4
Jenkins, and Mrs. Gertrude Telegraph regrets the i j BULK SEED ALSO
McBride, Starke; Frederick omission of Halloween pictures l J l l
Wiles, James Meriwether, of the PTA carnival in r AVAILABLERYE
Mrs. Marilyn Mack and last weeks paper. Pictures
KEYSTONE MELROSE Thomas Lacey, Keystone were taken but did not turn 4-H Horse Club officers are (l-r): Teressa Boyce, Cindy GRASS SEED FOR WINTER
Heights; Mrs. Dorothy Merry, out. Bryan, Doug Milikin, Jimmy Scott Judy Loper, Paula Kay
Waldo; Mrs. Lola Moorhead, Anderson, and Cindl Hester PASTURE AND LAWNS

Business Directory Hampton; and George Estes, ******** :********* 1 -


FISHERMAN'S' HARDWARE Chasteen Miss Loretta, daughter Constance of Mr. and f. Published every Thursday $ 50a EQUIPMENT
1"e at 138 W.Call Street 18
Mrs. James R. Chasteen of *
50 LB
SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's G Starke Florida 32091 BAG
Raiford, has been recently
pledged by Sigma Phi chapterof Gy'p'YO Second Class SAVE NOW
HARDWARE Kappa Delta sorority at the postage paid COLD
: vtilloge\ University of Georgia. Connieis at Starke, Florida CON 1 RUNS RATS MOWERSEDGERS
AND a freshman in the School of By AND MICE
Arts and Sciences. E SubscrlpUonRates:
Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER 17 MonaMarchant In trade area: $6.00 per KILLS INSIDEPROTECT
LIe Bait r year; $3.50 six months 1 RATS i :
Crlckl'ts-Shinners-Worms A complete line of IIdw. Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen ?
BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS spent last week in Acapulco, I II YOUR ETC.
Minnows Plumbing&Electrical Mexico where Dr. Whiffen The BUS Junior Varsity Club, Camera Club, Spanish Outside trade area: 17.00' PROPERTY
TACKLE.nODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers Supp attended an Optometric Freshmen played their first Club, G.A.A. and F.F.A. per year: $' .00 six months NOW
Educational Seminor.Mr. full football game Monday
FISHING &. HUNTING Insecticides night against Eastside. The 4!! '- AND SAVE
Lumber& NOW
Building Materials
ICE Hwy,21 N. 200yds From light and Mrs. Guy Andrews boys played a really fantastic
returned last Thursday from a game considering that DeWitt C. REG'$141
Keystone Heights 473-3663 1 ILB
Keystone ligts! 473-1357 six weeks vacation at their Eastside won 8-0. Keep it up I M Off
place in Little Switzerland, N. Freshmen! REG.


THEIS Mrs. W. L. Hamilton of There will be dance I
Madison Heights, Va. is I
TV & APPLIANCE Saturday night at the new
visiting her son and family, I 1G11Ci1
TRAILER SALES Motorola Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod National Guard Armory, with I HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS
Quasar Hamilton, this week. Peace Machine presiding. I & CRUTCHES
Sarl'ty-Low Gas.C.G. Admission is $2 and it starts at I \ : CENTERtOUMKAlCO.
Price and Gators on lot TV-STEREO Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayoand 8 p.m. I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .tm,
iii Low Exclusive
TAPE DECKS son, and Mr. and Mrs. I PHONE 473-3176
Toning Insurance Commercial James Barron, Jr. and son( of 964-5745
JAMES W.ROJn1'i SO Residential Tallahassee were weekend The First Baptist Church of 00000000000000000000000000004
PROP Air guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Starke furnishes a bus to go to
3.5 Miles S; of Keystone, SALES Conditioning&. SERVICE Barron. all of the football games that
47;>-2035 KEYSTONE are out of town. If you want to
473-4651 Mr. and Mrs. W.0. Lambertof ride on the bus, call the church
AUTO SERVICE New Port were weekend office at 964-6562 to make Special Announcement
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John reservations and the cost is 25
Greene. cents per person. The churchis
KEYSTONE Ray's Shell located on the corner of
Mr and Mrs. Victor Ap- Jefferson and Clark Streets.

AUTO SERVICE "e monitor Wrecker channel Service 13C,6. pleby Marvin of Warren Bayard,and Mr.daughter and Mrs., Everyone is welcome to ride! Gold Medal Opens New Mobile Home

2411RS. d Mrs. Pearl Lowe and Randy
Front End Alignment SERVICE ,, Canady of Jacksonville were Club Pictures will be taken
Spt'edhet'l Balancing JV a Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. all day Nov. 14th and 15th. Sales Lot.
/y AAA and Mrs. J. L. Bradley at Please, will everyone be -
Conditioning Service Keystone Kingsley Lake. present if you belong to a club
Call because need all members.
Brake Service Nights 457-2838- Mrs. C. L. Cooper, who U. S. Hwy. 301 ,
broke her left foot while at elNp jynu"
Lubrication-Oil Change JOHNSON AUTO work last Thursday, has hadas
TUNE-UP visitors Mr. and Mrs. ATTENTION SENIORS Hawthorne Fla.
Tunl'l'p General Rl'pairlng- Walter Stewart of Trenton, ,
Rebuilt Mrs. Gladys Dean and Mrs. Graduation invitations will
Goodyear Tires Engines Dorothy Hunt of Chiefland. be on sale today in the front
Minor Machine Shop Work
office from\ a.m until noon. .
Automatic Transmission- All seniors who would like to -K
Air Conditioning Investiture Held have their baby pictures put in
1 Blk. E.Off 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries 1: Week *
the annual, please turn them Opening Specials
KEYSTONE S. on IIGTS.473-1052 100 ,Mon.-Fri.Sat. 7:30.1: 7:30AM4PM:PM : For Troop 471 in tomorrow.to Marion These Dowling pictures by "1:, *

LAKE GENEVA 413-4117 Brownies ,
cannot be returned!

REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP Investiture ceremonies for c November 12-17 **

the Junior Brownies of Troop If anyone would like to wish
NellsReal 471, Raiford, were held the Seniors Good Luck and J E *
Richard T. Loyorn Sunday afternoon, Oct. 28, at have their name on the ; SUPER SALES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
Beauty Style Shop the Florida State Prison "Senior Good Luck" page *
Clubhouse. please contact one of the -
Parents and friends of the members on the Annual Staff. *
LAKE PROPERTIES "For a lovelier Brownies were seated by the It costs $l per name. The staff Examples :
RESIDENTIAL }ou" girls after being greeted by has sold about 40 names and *
BUSINESS-ACREAGE Phone 475-2211, the two Senior Brownies, Kim we are reaching for a goal of
Brown and Melindo O'Guin. 100. Please help us out and _*

Kl'ystonl'lIgts.INSURANCE 473-3254 Keystone Between I '. followed by Flag pantomime Ceremonywas wish the Seniors Good Luck! 1973 Titan 65 X 12 3 Bedroom $499500 :

473-1692 Heights of the Brownie Story. The ((1 Only)
& 1l'lrose 4 Junior Brownies, includingLisa it
Edna Knt'ppt'r 473-1111 Bell, Rhonda Brown, ATTENTION TORNADO :
Martha Uurbln 473-3362 Christine Gatlin, Mae Nichols, FANS 1973 Villager 52 X 12 2 Bedroom X389500t it
Jim Fox 473-1U8 Lanell's h'" Missy Pfiester, Penny Potter,
C.B. :\IcAfl'e 473-1050 Boutique Scroggans, Kim Starling, and selling metal car plates with
S. E. McKAY REALTOR Diana West, were then invested "Bradford High Fighting .+c 444x4L4F4'4'' 44< M 4F Y 4. . 44 +fK #I4M * 4fM MM *
I \ by troop leaders Sylvia Tornadoes" for $2 each. Show
Member: of Society of Styles and Accessories
Ramon, Nancy Pfiester, and your spirit contact any FBLA *
Residential Appraisers For The Complete \ Other Sales
Woman Nancy Bell. Each girl was led member and get yours today. : Super Displayed Daily
Serving I This Area For 21 Between to the pond by a Senior
26 Years Ilwy Brownie, turned around three
:\lrs.1\It'lba Ill'en'( 473-1740 Keystone 475.2211Mrs. &. M1lelroselMrs. ,IL times, looked into the pond, On The Lot
: Dolores Gilmore 473-3600 \[ I said her name, and broughther Attention Juniors and : :
.Joanne Ganett 475-1622 pin to a troop leader. She Seniors..If you have any
Mr. Leslie Robinson 475-1035 then repeated her Brownie suggestions on what theme *
HOMES ACREAGE CONTRACTORS Promise and was pinned by a and band you want to play for * Additional Lines Available * ..
troop leader. the 1973-74 Jr.Sr.Prom,

Office RENTALS PlJone473-4816 Triangle "D"n ceremony After ,the the closfhg girls served flag chant please, Debbie contact Bryant Mona, Mar-Kim *: Town & Country. Skyline (Doublewide) :

Inc. refreshments to members of Hodges, Janice Davis, Nancy
Fill Dirt Enterprise, their families.A Lee, Donald Sewell or NeilGolden.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS craft table of handwork We need suggestionsnow c Champion Delmar Concord -
Beach Sand -Licensed-Insurl'd done by the Brownies was on so we can get a good band
Featuring display during the afternoon. before they get booked up. We 1* XK
Clay Fill 1'he Llndal Cedar lIomes also need to decide on what .J Meadowbrook (Doublewide) :
73-110 473-3542 Food Stamp Ban we want. 1

Tractor ork St.Rd.2IN.P.O. Box 651 For Strikers UrgedUse -1 K Prices Include Delivery I Setup Within 100 MilesGold ic
of food stamps for

Land Cleared Electric Ca. strikers, "constitutes a major The following Clubs will
threat to effective collective meet the first Wednesday of

Hank Aell W, Bell,Owner bargaining:," according toW each month F.C.A., F.H.A.,

Bruning Commercial the. P.National Gullander Association, president of of Club Chess, Science Club, Civinettes Club, Library, Pep I 1 Medal 1 Mobile Homes 1

P.o. Box 41 Residential Club, Honor Society, and
Repairs Manufacturers.He Order of Golden Tongue. U. S. 301 I Just South State Hwy. 20
Phone 413-4161 T Electrical Fixtures urged Congress to pro- The following clubs will
hibit such payments whichare meet on the third Wednesdayof
Keystone Hgts. 473-3602
Lake Geneva soon expected to reach each month F.B.L.A., Hawthorne, Fla.Page .
$329 million annually. Chorus, Interact, History

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Utility Rate Hike: Set January 1 School Board Rejects- Coach, CarpetFor -

almost the first time At that Chairman Hall
(From included the estimated cost of get quotations for sewer since point
Page 1)i ) new Supt..Jim Templetook
stated he wanted the board to
repairs on US-301 North and
.i 5,000 gallons or less. A charge $2,200 radar unit.for the Bowen purchase said that of he a report to the council at their Bradford office School in January Board, has the know he would vote againstthe . . .

'I i of 35 cents per l.ooo gallons preferred outright purchase of next called meeting. acted appointment of Loper
n will be made to users of more the unit rather than the lease -Accepted the bid of JohnD. against made a the recommendation ad- "because I do not think it"in *
than the minimum of 5,000 plan that was also available. Digs in the amount of ministration. by best interest of the school."I Chryslers

gallons. -Approved the employment $ the construction of a the board vigorously oppose this ,4j 7 >f
11 The preliminary figuresn of one additional 14 foot addition to the city Tuesday members position being created in light
indicate a total income of maintenance barn. The : of the situation that has been ...
$75,188 for the water patrolman 'for the police to be used for spaceis 1)) Twice rejected Temple's created," the chairman ad- ... Dodges
'(j depart- department, increasing the storage recommendation to create a ded. ., 4 ment. total number fo 12. Bowen said purposes.Mr. third *
The total and Mrs. coaching positionat In the vote, Lawson and ...
anticipated in- that his new eight hour shift W. E. Bradford High and to ... Aj
crease that will apply In the schedule recently put into Stubbs who have purchasedthe employ for that position Goodman voted yes, for thesuperintendent's ... .. ... &
ti, new budget is tentatively Alvarez property on SR-16 recommendation -
effect would operate more
George Loper, middle school
fixed at $81,535 for the nine effectively with the additional (Brownlee Street), requesteda physical education instructorand Hall, Thompson, Plymouths<
and Board Member Art
months period, beginning zoning change from
patrolman, and that it would former head track coachat
January 1, residential to Holliday voted no, and the
remaining the be more economical, by agricultural or BUS, at a supplement of
motion failed 32.
73-74 fiscal in lieu
year overtime thereof a variance in
New rates for sewer con- eliminating Authorized the inclusion pay. of the zoning regulations that $500 per year. Only other instance in which Now On DisplayAt
2)) Chose not to make a
the school board, has
as unit
nections were increased from an overall 51-2 per cent salary would permit them to have motion on Supt. a
the present charge of $60 to increase for all city em- cows and horses on their to Temple'srecommendation purchase taken a viewpoint not
$100, with the stipulation thatif property. The commissioners recommended by the
for the
carpet costing $3,695!
it was necessary to make Neil referred them to the zoning superintendent was Supt.
administration (old USO)
the connection under a paved Tucker agreed to work with board for a review of their building. Temple's transfer of Bradford Starke
road that the charge would be each of the department headsto request, with the stipulationthat The superintendent'srecommendation High Principal Charles Chrysler
$200.) establish a basic salary the zoning board make its SPORTY Cotton all the Francis to the USO ad-
White Stag'strench was to add ministrative staff at the
The sewer pipe charge was recommendation to the way gives
schedule that would providefor coat its crisp, sporty Loperas, a second assistant beginning of the school
C increased from $2 to $3 commissioners for further year.
merit increases on a
look. Railroad topstitchingand track coach at a supplementof PlymouthDodge
lineal foot. Other ---------------
budget periodic basis where action.Approved wooden buttons add a $5(10((), and to split the athletic
changes to be included are: deserved and one that would 3-1 a paving distinctive flair. director's supplement of Medical science debates
-To engage the services of allow some additional compensation project on Mimosa Street that $1,000 with $700 going to AD the question of the exact
Merrill Dees as a consultantfor with regard to called for paving a total of John Reddish and $300 to moment when death occurs. 964.6600 U.S. 301 N.

the Electric Departmenton length of service to the city.In 1,685 feet at $2.35 per cubic Janice Johns. The law, however is clear:
a retainer basis set at $75 the regular session of yard. The approval came HuntingSeason Temple made the recom- It doesn't occur until all the
per month. the commissioners held upon the motion of Charles mendation to BUS Principal taxes are paid.
-On the recommendationof Schaefer and second Orie .
Tuesday, November 6, by Charles Francis in an October eeaar.
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen authorized Sanford Hicks to Wiggins, with Vernon Silcox 24 letter stating that 'the NEW

abstaining, Jimmy Mcllae changes "...is still ad- 3 BR. HOUSEON
to the and
voting no proposal
ministratively recommended. LAKE GENEVA
Neil Tucker voting yes. However, it is contingent upon 545.000
-Denied a request to installan Opens board action November 6, TERMS
WEATHERTRON'HrAT! 850 foot gas line to the 1973."
residence of Dr. J. H. INMAN REALTY47349O3
When the matter came up
Mimosa Street.
Minesinger on
on the board's agenda

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING An commissioners existing policy previously of the Saturday initially, Board Member j --C...... -
Seeber Goodman made a
recommended by their The general hunting season motion to the entire
approve : :
engineering firm, is to make for Camp Blanding will begin recommendation. Chairman : -
installations of this the
type on with the opening of the four Rodney Hall twice asked for a

1 colour AJuwN T/iT jS; basis each of three 200 feet.Unanimously gas. customersfor gates at around five a.m. second, but received none.

Saturday November 10. The board did approve HoweverIf
v'iSUMMCK approvedthe After the first day, the gates splitting the athletic director
COOL appointment of Mrs.Joyce will open around six a.m. supplement on a motion by
Riherd to the city zoning Camp Blanding's hunting Blame Thompson.

board to replace who Mrs.has regulations will be the sameas Supt. Temple again broughtthe You Are InterestedIn

Marguerite Hall last year with two exceptions Loper affair up at the end
yAK-KOVHD COMPORT resigned. : 1) Turkey season of the meeting: Ask L '
-Accepted the recommendation will be the last three weeks "I 1 hate to leave things SavingA
Engineer Don instead of two and on that hanging like we did item five
Ruckman to impose a chargeof portion of Camp Blanding (the Loper case). I'd like a yes Charley
to be made to the
Haskell$2,387 Construction Company lying north of SR-16. 2)) All or no. I'm not disposed to push Lot Of
vehicles are restricted to the the point if the board is not. I'd E.Johns.
for connections
sewer to paved and mowed roads. like, if it is left to me, to have a i
be made at the
new shopping
November 10 Day or vote.
Opening yea nay
south US-301.
center on November 18 hog season At that point Board MemberH. MoneySee
-Read letter from Pat
a closes south of SR-16. A. Lawson, who said hedidn't
Farnsworth of the city zoning December 17 turkey know Loper, asked if About This Question
board. Farnsworth stated that
season opens. Loper is now performing the
the land use study now under "Our firm requires that all
Last season 2,730 hunters duties of assistant track
One Unit! One Constant Temperature! way was 90 per cent completeand entered Camp Blanding 26,071 coach. He was told yes. those employees handling the Our

All Year Long that that he was ordinances recommending times. They bagged 227 buck Lawson then said Loper oughtto firm's money be bonded. Docs
I new deer, 28 turkey, 50 hogs 428 have the supplement if the jour agency: also supply
mobile homes
regulating quail, 771 grey squirrels, 99) coach was performing his job. bonding where required for
(II A We.thertron'" Heat Pump provides both hauling FAMOUS Cf tUllT-lff within the city be extended for fox squirrels 98 rabbits 2 Hall and Thompson both public officials?"
t and cooling to keep your home comfortable QI/AI/TYFEATURES 90 days to February 7, pendingthe doves 5 snipe and 1 wood told Lawson that the position Selection0f13'sNow
day of the This space-saving receipt of the completedland
every year. Weathera CfcuMf(mi)ire duck. being asked for was a new Charley E.
Iron unit will maintain, desired comfort level. use study report, whichhe
your a imnm 1 f .ra at The deer heard is reportedto position, not yet in existence.
the automatic it said would be in
Using thermostat even changes a __ helpful be about the same as last Lawson, however, moved to '
,. front cooling ,to_heating- or heating to cooling! anal. larwslv developing the regulations season by Wildlife Manager- i approve,( the position and JOHNSAGENCY
to mobile homes. .
,: .aptgmahcalt'. ; '":;.' ': Brown'sRefrigeration' applying-Clerk Merrill 'Edwards James Schatz. lie says turkey Loper's appointment to it 131 SO WALNUT I
population is down due to the Board Member Seeber PHONE 964-5O7O
told the council that he neededa
wet spring and summer. Goodman added the second.
few more days to completehis Frank H. Smith Jr., Nor- ,
calculations result of Are
as a theast Region Wildlife They Going
the rate structuresand
new utility biologist for the Game and Starke Skating Rink
applying them to the new
Fresh Water Fish Com-
Air Conditioning budget totals. He is to advise 301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6O7O
mission, that of all
the commissioners when the says maps OPEN 7:00: P.M.10:00: P.M. Fast.For

226 Walnut St. Starke, Fla. new budget will be ready for Northeast hunting areas Region may public be FRI. & SAT. .

final adoption, and he received from the Game and ADM $1.25

I TF requested that a meeting be Fresh Water Fish Com MATINEES SAT.. SUN., 2-5 P.M.
called for the
purpose. mission in Lake City. The Facts See Tom CollinsOr
The Game and Fresh Water ENTIRE FAMILY $2.50

Fish Commission reminds FREE INSTRUCTION FOR Ed Ripplingar Today.
f sportsmen that t it will be BEGINNERS SPECIAL RATES

necessary to take special FOR GROUPS a PARTIES

What we learned' from 1 1p safety precautions during the HOME OWNED AND OPERATED
early part of the hunting REED JONES. MGR. ... .

I the season.Early in the season those
experts p on who have not been out

tramping around in the field

for your washer. and may forest find their since reflexes the '72 season are a .6. \ 4:, 4it't

bit slow when swinging on ,,- ,,
game, and may try to com- ,,
pensate by hurrying their ,c..... DO 9 f Je
: shots. dft 1
& .. "e d
Skilled sportsmen know \ ,
they have to check impulses to \ ... o1
shoot before clearly iden- e9I1' "
tifying their targets. .. 'J
Movement in cover likely to a '> If
support wildlife could be b
but it %
escaping game might o
also be another person. .'"
Caution is the key word in
hunting and so far, there have HOME SHOPPING CENTER

been no killing frosts to bring

z We went straight to a laundry down dense foliage. This
means that some sportsmenwill
,where they do over a thousand
I; have trouble being seen Quality Is Good
tai'' pounds of wash a week.They've by other hunters.

r got to keep their colored The use clothing of conspicuously-is strongly) Service The Best

1. equipment going. So where else recommended to aid in

would you find people who know visibility. The outlay of a few
for a fluorescent or
more about taking care of washers? pennies
blaze orange vest and cap
$ We asked how you can get could be about the best in- $3950 $6950 $4350 $5650 $5895

vestment a hunter can make.A .
i'; more life out of your washer at
\h V sportsman takes a big _
I. .V home. And save on replacement step toward a safe hunting

and repairs. season when he selects his -..;;;;::::
hunting buddies. Some people
Here are some of the things just aren't safety conscious

,, they told us. and should never be chosen as THE SINGING CRUSADERSOn

; hunting companions, no
5,V .i 1.Don'1 overload You may think you're matter how close they are as Our Lot 4 p.m. 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9th

,. ,.P 1 a saving money. But you're only breaking friends. ........................:. ............ ............
down the bearings in your machine. jJ its
Our Prices Include Delivery {

q' 2. Don't use too much detergent. It Smokey Says i U j

leaves a residue which keeps buildingup. THAIS ir/THUMPER? and Complete Set Up Within 100 Mi. '; V'I

Your machine can't work .
properly.And SHOW TXEM NOW .................. ................................ .
eventually the pump and belt 10 DO IT! I .


3. Make sure the water drains correctly.

Don t just hook up a garden hose for

draining. It's too thin to handle the A COLORTY

flow. Puts extra strain on the pump. I
4. Check that your washer/ leveL Evena -

slightly unbalanced washer can vibrate (2 MOBJLEHOME

too much or "walk" itself into .......... ..................

trouble.A few of the feet
FLORIDA POWCH LIGHT COMPANY is all it takes to adjust the balance of Open 9 A.M. Til Dark 'Sun 1P.M. TIL Dark

People. .serving people. most washers. 5SSii'xy//i. .VXN C"" 1650 North Temple Ave. 964-7212 Starke Fla. U.S. 301 North

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Individuals Hold Three-Quarters Of Stock Obituaries Madison Street

More than three times as entitled"Institutional Investors Baptist Church f
much corporate stock is and Corporate Stock"andis LuciDa ClarkMrs. [

owned by individuals, as com- distributed by the Colum- Sunday School, 9:45 <'t
pared to institutions, according bia University Press While Lucina resident Clark of ,Starke 93, a, Morning Worship at 11, ;; ? & II ;,

to a National Bureau of households sold more stock died long-time October 27 in a Starke Church Training, 6:15: ; WMU \: I
Economic Research Prayer Circle, 7:15 Evening '. -'-
study. than they bought, the absolute nursing home. She was the ; --
The published report,basedon value of stock-holdings widow of Robert. Clark, who Service 7:30.: itll I.t

IOCS figures! and edited by increased enormously duringthe was superintendent of the Monday-Youth l\1onday--Youth Choir, C 7pm. V i.a >' : { II; {lulCCJlC {

Raymond W. Goldsmith, is 1960's by $500 billion. Starke power plant about 40 .; Young Married Bible CRJR

L years ago. Study 7:30.: ?
Mrs.Clark was a member of
Tuesday-Bible Study, 10
LAKE SANTA FE e e the!First, Presbyterian Churchof a.m. Worship with the friendly
LOTS Travel writers/ have their Starke, and active in church Wednesday-Prayer STARKE people of First Baptist in a

S15.OOO S18.OOO.$2O.OOO uses They tell us about exotic work until confined by ill Meeting, Preteen Bible Study, Opportunities for service: warm service designed to help
resort which' are health. enjoy the abundant life In
areas 7:30: pm.; Adult Choir, 8:30.: you
INMAN REALTY now "out" before ue had r' } t She is survived by one son. Thursday-Young Bible Christ.
JI Ga. Sunday Sunday School,
of ,
Clark Augusta
KEYSTONE ever heard they were "in". Merlon( Study 8
p.m 9:45
crematedwith : ; Morning Worship at 11;
473-4903 The body was You will always find a warm
Denton Sumrall Pastor
sermon: "Mind Your Own
Bcnlah ; C. Jones Funeral
Church DeWitt
Homecoming Business" welcome at the First Baptist
of :; Youth Handbells,
in charge
Home Church of Starke.
5:00: pm.; Church Training,
Marks 123rd iltattiversary; arrangements.DonaTurkiiett 6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship, School '
7:30: p.m, sermon: "The
Thos. F. Colson Mclchizedck Priesthood." \9:45 a.m.
"The Spirituals" from and Georgia. Pictured from Monday Boy's Choir 3:30: "Living Victoriouslyin
NO. 75 RADIO-4 CU. FT. Mulberry will be heard at both left to right are Bobby Slim Dana Marie Turknett, in- Thomas F. Colson, 52 of p.m.; Crusader Bells, 4:15: Society".
,' '. morning and afternoon ser mons, who sings baritone andis fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke died Friday, Nov. 2 in p,m.; Youth Choir Practice, 7 Romans 12 14
LIGHTWEIGHTDURABLELawn vices on Sunday Nov. 11, at master of ceremonies for Clarence Turknett, died
Beulah Baptist Church the group; Steve Lowry, Thursday Nov. 1, in a the Gainesville Veterans pm.Tuesday Helen Masters Morning Worship'
t : .... Carts located on State Road 21. east Tenor; Elton Ilagen. bass; Jacksonville hospital. Hospital after an extended Group 9:30: a.m.; Ida Darby II :tJI,a.lII.
illness. He veteran of
was a
of Camp Blanding, in Clay and Randy Home, who sings Besides her parents she is "Mind Your Own
Group Lorena
'- :
World War 11 member of
'. ..
'\ ... "- County lead and plays bass guitar. survived by two brothers Epperson Group, 3:00: Buslncss"Shark
Post and ;
\: Reg. $1495 The Church will be observing Paul Day not pictured, sings Robin and Michael Box; her of the Starke Legion Christian 56, Carol Choir 3:30: p.m.; Carol \ Z:1-11
16.95 its 123rd Anniversary lead and baritone. Cindy grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Church. Handbells and G.A's. 4:15:
during the annual Cameron is pianist for the Floyd King, all of Starke; and Surviving his p.m.; Ethel Biggs Group Church Training
are wife
Homecoming Services on this group. paternal grandmother, Mrs. Brownlee Group and Lottie fi:15p.m./
Tru-Tetnper date. A Basket lunch will be All members and friends of H. K. Shannon of St. Gladys of Starke; one Moon Group, 7:30: pm "I.t'arnlng to Live
served at 12:45: the church are invited to daughterl\lrs. Linda Preston, Our Faith"KveningWorship
p.m. Augustine.
Leaf Rake $109 Gainesville; one son, ThomasL. Wednesday 5:00:
... .. .. .... ..... ... "The Spirituals" sing extensively participate in the !Funeral services were held Colson, Starke; a brother p.m.; Family Night Supper
throughout Florida Homecoming.Mrs. at 2 p.m. Saturday in Dyal Clarence Colson, Orlando 6:00: p,m,; (Hour of Power andR.A.'s
Composted Cemetery with Rev E. C. ; 6:30: pm.; Teachersand 7:30 p.m.
and five sisters, Mrs. Mildred
"The Priesthood of
HI" 1 Harvey conducting. In- Hammon and Mrs. Robert Officers Meeting 7:13: :;

Cow Manure... .... .... .. .. terment was in charge, of Hayes both of Starke; Mrs. p.m.; Church Choir Practice, Christ"Hrt rews7l-10
DeWitt C. Jones !Funeral 8pm. >
Elaine Smith Hampton; Mrs.
Home.llrs.llerlong. !Fred, H. Jenkins, Ocala and Thursday Music Makers
Michigan ; :Meet friends at
and World your
Mrs. Ken Boynton !Friends 3:30: p m.;
$169 ; b t tc ti Gainesville. Mission !Friends, and Pre- the First Baptist 'hurch.

Peat Moss ... ..50 LB. .BAG.< ... .. .... Funeral services were heldat School Music Activities, 4.05: "The('hurct.lIh I Heart,
p.m.; Visitation, 7
Mrs. Carrie Adams 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones p.m.
In the l Heart of Starke"
Hcrlong 86, died Monday Memorial Chapel with J. C.
Nov. 5, in Saluda, S.C. Brown Jr. and J.E. Sherwood Ben P Bryant Pastor Ben P. Bryant
Vegetable PlantsLarge She is survived by a conducting. Interment was in
Mrs. Edith Tur- Kingsley Lake
daughter Cemetery :: aK-ws::::::::::::ftwwAKAJ'Wfty::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::K.K'1Cirrf ::.:::: : Pastor
; nipseed, East Point Ga.; one under direction of DeWitt C. :
Variety to Choose i son, Dr. 11.11 Adams Starke; Jones Funeral Home. ;j Of Thanks William George
two sisters, !Mrs. Myra Foy, ,
Onions. .85ei ., 'sa N Greenwood, S.C. and Mrs. W ::::::::::::' :::::::::::;:::;::::::::::::::::::;::::: Minister Of Music

.... ...........r. grandchildren, and 17 great- *
Jan Starling hands keys to 1966 Mustang to lucky winner C. grandchildren. I wish to express my appreciation .
ir your! ill --------------
APPROX 69c J. Bush, winner of drawing at the annual Bd/aar of the !Funeral, services were held at l III.I MI'lllT I Is for the kindnesses
Ip.iiM'il ,,.
: I finm
Strawberry ; Chairman Ed 'looks oil. << h ul I gamrs; hrMUSI shown me and my family Uric niiing; to need a
; Episcopal Church. Ticket Wainwright 2 in
.. .. .. ..... Evergreen p.m. Wednesday Cemetery ( iif. ''I'("Uilill! :: infra during my recent stay in the In'id refresher*INK*' (ll fie
linns, 'liiiik al l Illr Might M'lr Hospital. \\..ilClUrlloMiiM heed
St. Marks Bazaar Goes Over Jacksonville, with Rev. II III! *. the
BigOver of the !First, ); > pI'Mrit' HUMP' ; <'lved ere arIY1
George Harper '
Cabbage or United Methodist Church of esant.11mi-: 'In. IoU'r": !, ir heir liii.il A. J. Thomas H 'Mile' ''Ugu

$800 was raised for the William S. Peters was Starke officiating. uis whom.
SOTp heating and airconditioningfund in charge of baked goods, Mrs.
Collards. 50 of the St. Marks parish Clyde U. Terwillegar the flea
... ... ..BUNCH. house In the Episcopal market, 1.Irs.Villiam Carter
Church's annual bazaar last and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid the
Large Swiss Giant Saturday, according to Mrs Christmas arrangements and Sail
Clyde Terwillegar, who terms Mrs. Edward Burns, books Your Kite
Pansy. COUNTOF.69 the benefit a huge success.A and records.

... .. .... .... ..... 25 1966\ Ford Mustang,
donated by TerwillegarMotors Heivul Starts

Onion Sets..50JOHNSON antique, was Victor given away.victrola An At Pine ValleyRevival

L6 purchased by Mrs. Tom With Us .
Mailings, sold for over $50:; anda
poncho purchased bv Mrs services will be -
Robert McClellan sold for held at Pine Valley
PARIS over $liO.; !Fifteen, gallons of Congregational Holiness
chili was made by the ladies Church starting Thursday,
and it was all sold. Nov. 8, through Sunday, Nov.
224 N. ,V. 8th Ave. Gainesville
Mrs Nathan II. (Jan) 11, featuring the Gospel
Starling was chairman of the Kevolators singing group, and
1973! event and Mrs. Warren David Kddings guest speaker.The :
CHARGE Stevenson was co-chairman. church is located off 5.25%
BANKAMERICARD TIL 5:30: P.M. Ed Wainwright was in chargeof U.S. 301 North, turning left on
ticket sales graded Furniture road Co. at Bradford PER ANNUM PER ANNUM

The pastor, W.J. Thornton, No Minimum 90 Day Term
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Novembers, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 7

Now Is The Time Garbage Plan/ Raiford Firehouse Funds Held Up Till Plan Complete

(From Page 1)) .
To Trim Dead LimbsNow the Union County Commission and firehouse in the same themselves. store. He said he would be
one was now in the process of Transfer of a $4,500 fund by Federal Griffis said if the city did not
Council the gives a lease on a site for the building, using willing to abide by any rules
Is an excellent time to bloom now. Leaf spot fungusis being installed at Lawtey,and the Raiford City will building. Griffis said the Revenue Sharing funds. think the department was set by the Council concerninghours
remove diseased branches a common ailment of at a later date one would be Raiford Fire Department and Commission had agreed to Griffis said it would be capable of spending the for Sunday sale.
from trees says Florida chrysanthemums. The fungus installed at Brooker. be delayed unt.plans\\ lease a 125 x 150.foot plot on several years before Raiford money properly, then they Attorney Welty advised that
Nurserymen and Growers causes the leaves to turn a specifications for a house proposednew the Highway 121, just south of the would have sufficient funds should keep the revenue the city had the right to
Association (FNGA), with the dirty brownish-black color. After installation, maintenance building truck are community center, to the for this purpose and pointedout sharing funds and the firemen regulate Sunday sales withinits
weather beginning to cool Your spray schedule duringthe of the signal lights department for approval the Department for $1 a year. that a building to house the would attempt to raise the corporate limits and the
sufficiently to prevent any summer months would would be the responsibility of presented decided at its regular Councilman Joyce Norman fire truck and other equip- necessary funds in other Council told Rogers they
outgrowth where wounds are have eliminated stems the Commissioners. Com- Council said she thought the matter of ment was needed Immediately ways. would take the matter under
made. without leaves Make a note to missioner Roberts suggestedthat meeting Monday night the proposed site should have lIe said the truck After prolonged discussion advisement
Remember that a limb use Dithane M-45 for the the Department of A difference of opinion been presented to the full might have to be returned to Griffis agreed to amend his Louis Smith. Sr. asked
larger than your two fingers control of this fungus next Transportation maintain the arose when Councilman J. D. council. She further stated the Forestry Service unless it motion if the Council would permission to submit a bid on
should always be coated with year. signals and bill the county for Griffis who also serves as that in the original discussionof ( could be properly housed. agree to a special meetingnext garbage collection service for
pruning paint. This keeps Citrus trees in the central that service, since the countydid Fire Chief, moved that the the matter the plan was for Griffis motion was week to act on thedepartment's the approximately 100 homesin
insects from boring into the and southern part of the State not have the facilities to fund be transferred as soon as constructing a new city hall seconded by Councilman Bud plans. Raiford. Councilman
limb or tree and it also need to be checked for red maintain them Dobbs but in further Griffis said he would call a Griffis said he thought the city
promotes healing. spider. These insects are very Inmate Sentenced. discussion of the city's meeting of the Fire Depart- should provide this service to
Strawberry plants set out small but can be seen with the Paul Hutchins, Jr., 73-74 responsibility for the proper ment for 7 p.m. Monday to its citizens, and Smith was
two or three weeks earlier aid of a hand magnifying district president of the (From Page 1)) records supervisor, and expenditure of revenue start work on plans and told to prepare a bid on the
should have a light application glass. If you find mites on Future Farmers of America Before placing Battles in the Larrell Thomas fingerprint sharing funds, Mayor Elmer specifications.In the cost of this service and submitit
of fertilizer. Watering is your citrus trees it would be gave an expression of thanksto maximum security section of examiner, testified as to the Wallace and City Attorney other matters action to the Council.
necessary to promote strong, advisable to use a spray of the Commissioners for their the prison a stripdown searchwas identification of the defen- Richard Welty both agreed Council postponed Willie on This was the first meeting of
vigorous plants. The larger Kelthane says Florida Nur- financial assistance in conducted by the prison dant, Lorenzo Battles. that the city should not turn an application by of PoorBoy's the new council since the
the plant and the more serymen and Growers enabling the local officers to officials.A Before sentence was over the $4,500 before seeing Rogers, proprietor October city election,. but it
strength it has the more Association (FNGA). attend the National Con stripdown search is a pronounced by Judge Yawn, plans and specifications for Store for permission to was decided to postpone
berries you will have later on. Some camellia! buds in the vention in Kansas City whereby Assistant Public Defender W. the new building. sell beer on Sunday. Rogers election of a chairman, and
Banana plants with their northern and central section recently. security inmates procedure requiredto C Airth entered a plea of Griffis objected to further said that a store near the Slate the appointment of a clerk and
unruly Bradford
broad, wispy leaves add a may be showing slight color. The Board extended the remove all of their clothing leniency from the court on delay in the matter,stating he Prison gate in beer city attorney until the full
tropical effect to any land- Do not fertilize camellias contract for an additional 30 and the clothing is then behalf of the defendant felt sure the 30 members of the County was selling on council was present Member
scape. If you have large when they have large seed days with DeWitt C. Jones for searched for concealmentof because of his good behavior Fire Department did not intend Sunday and that this his Leland Brallier was absent
any miles from
clumps, this is a good time to buds on the stems. Fertilizingat ambulance service in the or any other since the date of the incident to build "a shack" for the only three Monday night
divide some of them and reset this period could cause county at a cost of 1500. contraband weapons that the inmatesare Lt Coggins upon being fire truck, and that they were
the sucker plants. Bananas excessive bud drop. The Board heard a request not permitted to have in questioned by Judge Yawn capable of handling the funds 0000000 oGoeooo00000000000
grow and thrive in rich damp Some people from the Northdo from J. R. Wainwright to opena their cited from the prison recordsof properly. lie added that they
soil. The common Lady not return until this month. county graded road connecting Lt. possession.Conner testified that defendant Battles that on intended to cut down on expense SS3r WEDNESDAY
Finger variety grows as far Their first inclination is to SR-225 and SR-229 his search of the ten different occasions that of the building by doing(
north as Jacksonville. It prune the overgrown Commissioner Paulk stated upon clothing removed from the the defendant had been some of the construction work NIGHT FISHSPECIAL
produces excellent fruit Bougainvillaea vines. Should that the road was now open of Battles that he reprimanded for
throughout the majority of the they do such a thing there will Charles Snell representingthe person found a homemade knife in disobedience, lying and LOVELY _
State. be no blossoms later in the Farmers Home Ad- the left front trouser pocket. disrespect since the date of his 2 BR. 2 BATH 1
Chrysanthemums growingin winter. ministration, gave a report The knife had been made original commitment. 4. $175
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Area Feels Little Effect From Florida Power Strike '".
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Area Service SupervisorJim Four pickets approachedthe ,'\;" t ;;:.: ;" .\'
Parker says that new FPL Sanford plant, with
etwi one firing into the air '
service may be slightly us3iN with a )
i .
delayed but emergency IfaIMFw. shotgun. The incident was i "- JI. yJ 5
problems will receive immediate .. A 1f1q witnessed by Wackenhut i ,:
attention. Guards employed by FPL. '.0 V, I
Prior to midnight Oct. 31. 13 12 Broward sheriff .;j

men were working in the deputies provided protectionfor ,..,
county and are presently a service crew restoring
striking An eight man crew service on the federal highway '.' rr
was in process ot constructinga and N. E. 33 Street in ,
high voltage transmissionline Pompano. X
through Bradford County r-4-: Eight pickets at the
leading to Jacksonville. The + company's Turkey Point plantin
high voltage tie will provide a South Dade Conty denied '
firm feed from Jacksonville to '. entrance to an FPL mail -
Central Florida. A four man truck.
crew had temporarily been v Gunfire at six FPL
assigned here from Palatka facilities with varying n
along with one serviceman degrees of damage, were ;iN'M' +V.1M.
from Starke. reported these included sitesin
Construction of the high Pompano Miami Hialeah
voltage transmission line has Three FPL workers members of IBEW. and Fort Myers.
been halted pending the strike currently on strike in this area are R. II. Fill At the company's Southwest .
outcome. The five men for- Dave Brotherton. John Kenny Sap p. Service Center in Miami
merly providing service to police in riot helmets will!
customers have temporarilybeen of thousands of dollars; and is The IBEW claims the chief nightsticks and riot guns wen u-1 ,1
replaced by four non- far more serious and extensive point of dispute is the FPL used to escort a service crev ,,
t union men working twelve in the first 48 hours proposal that company per- from the center. A polici
hour shifts. Working from 6 than what occurred during the sonnel on a voluntary basis- helicopter also provide
:., a.m. till 6 p.m., the four man 69-day strike in 1969.! increase its "gloving" escort to the repair site.
r-- crew hustles to cover all the Negotiations have been (handling with insulated Company officials indicate
assignments of maintenanceand recessed since IBEW gloves) of I lines to those that power outages due to the
l service.No representatives walked out of carrying 7,600 volts FPL strike vandalism were
acts of violence have the bargaining sessions employees already glove lines minimal and of short
7i been recorded in this area Wednesday evening. FPL carrying up to 4,160 volts. duration. Main concentrationof T '
although Miami and other officials have indicated they Major incidents which damage to FPL facilities \
cities have sited 400 incidentsof would resume negotiations if occurred Saturday accordingto continued be in Dade and Bud Dabney management services analyst from Palatka.
vandalism since the strike feral by the union or )FPL: 13reward counties though prepares to remove u h'(>s in his temporary job of sere'iceman
began. mediator. Lee County sheriff incidents reports indicate the which has been brought on by the strike Dabney and Bergen
Seven men on strike locally deputies, while investigating are spreading into Ixitli attended the "'1'1. Basics of Construction course two
since last Thursday are R. O. I rifle fire at the Fort Myers some of the other 34 counties years ago which they say is proving to be a big help in their
Dansby, C R. Tillman Lowell .. plant reportedly arrested served by the utility. present temporary assignments
J. B. R. II
4 King, Smith : p'hili. 1
:!.iI:, .T.' __ _'!L.... ...w Dave Brotherton, and John
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Jim Parker FPL area service supervisor mans the big Court Judge George W. 412 E. Call Ph. 964-5800
Tedder Jr. cited "flagrant
machinery needed to put a new pole in place as Fred Bergen:( ,
not the conduct of w -
violence a
meter reader and Starke Fla.
collector from Pal.itka helps to direct the ,
pole to place. Both men are working in place of striking FPI. few irresponsible outsiders t A
serv'icemen. in issuing a new restraining
order Saturday designed to F
halt continuing vandalism and PRESENTS THEIRMANAGER'S
have been called
Bradford County is feeling personnel harassment against Florida
little effect from the Florida into positions formerly filled Power and Light during the
Power and Light workers by five strikers. FPL workers strike by the International icsC
strike according to Jim are primarily striking over Brotherhood .
Parker local supervisor handling high voltage hot wire FPL officials reported that
Because of the strike four with gloves on a voluntary damage to equipment and
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Tornadoes 13-7 ,
November 8,1973 TELEGRAPH Page 9 Edge

Tigers Edge 1712ByPKYBlue Bv Fernandina BeachBradford :

High's Tornadoes was lett in me game when limited four downs at the first running Tim Crews up the was way too long and BHS was
rallied in the second half to Tommy Reddish went throughthe of the game after kickoff then middle but was held for no faced with a fourth and four at
Wave overcome a half-time 7-0 right guard hole for the after a downed punt took over gain. Green, on second down the 50 yard line.
Fernandina Beach lead to the score.A at its own 26 yard line. then tried throwing to Hall but Charlie Green punted the
Pirates 13.7 in Fernandina bad snap on the extra On the first two downs the pass was short and in- ball and it was downed at the
Beach last Friday night.It point attempt sent holder runningback Ricky Hall got complete. On the third down Fernandina 15 yard line.
was the fourth BHS win Larry Sherman trying to run the ball, taking it over right he tried again; this time the On the first FB play Lynch
against three losses and a tie the ball over for the score but tackle the first down for four coverage by Fernandina was completed] a pass to second
For Seventh Win game. he was stopped and the yards then through the left good and Green threw the string quarterback Philip
BHS held the Pirates to 67 Tornadoes had to settle with a guard hole for seven and a pass long. The Tornadoes on Jones for 19 yards and a first
fourth down punted the ball dawn at the 34 yard line. On
- yards rushing, 55 of which 13-7 lead. first down.
Curtis Sirmones scrambled yards rushing in seven games Butler seven yard line whereit came in the first half and 85 BHS held the Pirates to the On the first down BHS tried and downed it at the FB 34 the next play Ronald Jones
for 177 yards Friday night as and with return yardage a was fourth and one. Going yards passing. Fernandina 'yard line.Tailback. rah over right tackle and was
Lake Butler spoiled P. K. total of 1,709\ yards gained.P. for the first down, the PKY Quarterback Chuck Lynch Ronald] Jones got held to one yard by defensive
Yonge's homecoming show K. Yonge was the first to threat died as a pitchout was threw the ball 14 times for six the -ball on first down and tackle Steve Register.
with a 17-12 win over the upset threaten midway through the fumbled and the Tigers completions. Tornado QB found a hole up the middle and Second down came up and
minded Blue] Wave. first quarter with a 15-yard recovered. Charlie Green hit two of seven ran 19 yards to the BHS 44 Jones got the ball again this
The multi-talented junior penalty against Lake Butler, Starting from his own 10 for the night. Neither quar- 'yard line. A 15 yard piling on time moving in more to the
tailback contributed 11 pointsto for illegal use of the hands, yard line, Curtis Sirmones terback threw an interception. penalty was called against right guard but was stoppedfor
the Tiger cause with a 69- giving the Blue Wave a first carried the ball twice for a 21 Runningback Tim Crews BHS and the ball was movedto a short gain again, this
yard touchdown jaunt, a field down on their own 48 yard yard gain, moving the ball out had a slumpy first half but k the BHS 29 yard line and FB time by Register and Randall
goal], and two extra point line.Garland] Quaintance then to the 31. Then on first down, came alive in the second and had a first down. Hudson.
kicks. picked up 26 yards around Sirmones another pitch, ran for a total of 107 yards This time Lynch attempteda Lynch went to the passingSee
Lake Butler is now 7-1 for right end as PKY moved the circled right end and sprinted during the game. Tornado pass to Jones and connected ( Page 10)
the season with Sirmones a ball down to Tiger 26. untouched into the PKY end- Tommy Reddish also added 89 for a gain of 15 yards and
big key to the Tiger success Behind the running of zone. yards on rushing. another first down. On the
story. Prior to Friday night's fullback Billy Carr, the Blue] The extra point kick by Only fumble that occurred down FB tried its luck running Conner Holds
contest Sirmones had 1,216 Wave moved to the Lake Sirmones was good and Lake during the game, came on a runningback Jeff Jones, who
Butler led 7-0 with 11:29: Fernandina punt that deep t gained five yards to the nine Bantam Lead
remaining in the half. man Larry Sherman receivedand r yard line.Lynch .
Conner Insurance remainson
"We always had one man then fumbled the ball to attempted a pass to
Baby Reds-Buchholz keying on Sirmones," said Pirate Pete McNeil. Johnson but threw it too short top of Bantam football play
111 record with
a 6-2 just one
and FB had a third down at
losing Coach Al] Robinson. The early Fernandina score ,. week of action remaining,
"The assignment broke down came with 4:44: left in the first the nine yard line. Jones got the
6-6Deadlock and when that happens, he's quarter when Lynch on the 'the ball again and took it four according Recreation Department.to Starke
PlayTo shy of five yards to the
went one yard up the ,"
mile Kitchens Tile is in second
line. Fernandina
Following the kickoff, PKY for the score. The kick yard
place with a 4-4 record.
tried to get its offense uncorked after by Stanley Riner was faced a fourth down.
Bradford High's Baby then carried the ball through a Last Thursday saw a
Johnson the ball this
but on third down Bill good and the Pirates had a 7-0
Tornadoes tied
Gainesville'sBuchholz huge at right tackle for time and made three yards to showdown between Conner
Bobcats 6-6 last Bradford's first and only Cain intercepted a Josh first quarter lead. and Kitchens. Conner held the
the one yard line and a first
Thursday night, making their score in the game. The extra Hellstrom pass, returning it to After half-time it looked like 3 N4 i'r down.: Then Lynch took the best hand t as the insurance
record 3.3.1 so far this season. point was no good, leaving the the Blue Wave 25 yard line.A the Tornadoes were ready to ball in for the score. team defeated the tilemen 26-
Bradford received the ball score 6-0 Bradford with 4:49: 15-yard clipping penalty play ball as they opened with BHS received the kickoff at 14. Three Conner touchdownscame
moved the ball back, however, big runs and a drive that led to
on its own 40 yard line, which remaining in the first period. -i the 34 yard line then started on two pass Interceptions -
started the Baby Tornadoesinto The Baby Bobcat offense to the 40 yard line where the a tying score. The score cameon 1P with the running game. On and a punt return
some fine rushing action. started a very hard drive Tigers took over. Sirmones a one foot plunge by first down Crews got the ball all by Tom Lock.
Glen] DeSue charged in for a midway through the second picked up 10 yards around left quarterback Charlie Green. and went five yards through a Branding Iron white-
Baby Red first down at the quarter to back the Baby end and Lorenzo Griffin then Green also kicked the point big hole made by the Bradfordline washed Starke Builders 19-0,
added 15 off right tackle, after to tie the game 7-7 with
Bobcat yard line.Two plays TornattoesT 16 their own 32 stalled to the 39 yard line with a to give both teams identical 3-
the drive 7:24 left in the third
before Tiger : quarter.
later Sharone Gainey ran on a yard line. A Buchholz back P second down. Crews got the 5 records.
right sweep through the Baby edged his way up the middlefor at the 12 yard line. Then after stopping a ball again and this time ran Bantam leaguers will makeup
drive that
Buchholz defense for a 22 yard an eleven yard gain to Sirmones tnen came on to started over) left guard for five more the two games postponed
after the kickoff, the
gain to place the Baby Reds on place the Bobcats on the Baby kick a 19-yard field goal, Tornado yards and a first down. earlier. Remaining games are
the Bobcat 11 yard line. Glen Tornado one yard line. giving the Tigers a 10-0 lead defense stopped the Pirates at Tommy Reddish had his try as scheduled:
DeSue ran the ball up the Buchholz] ran a quarterbacksneak with 5:58: remaining in the the BHS[ 39 yard line and n and ran over right guard for Thursday, Nov. 8-4 p.m.,
middle for 10 yards, leaving to score. The extra half. started the scoring drive that two yards to the 46 yard line. Builders vs. Conner; 5 p.m.,
the Baby Tornadoes on the won the game. Kitchens vs. Branding Iron.
) ; BHS went back to Crews on
Buchholz one yard line. DeSue (SeePagelO) (See Page 10) The drive ended when 8.55 ." second down and he made four Tuesday, Nov. 13-4 p.m.,

I yards on the left side sweep to Builders vs. Branding Iron; 5
--------- ---------------- Conner vs. Kitchens.
r-------- ))4 the 50 yard line.On third down p.m.
Green attempted a to Thursday, Nov. 15-4 p.m.,
/1I QB Charlie Green is knocked out of bounds after a 15 yard pass Conner vs. Builders 5 ,
I I tight end Terry Hayes, who ; :; p.m.
i Wont h dT d TDd i ,
ga esecon orna o rve nFernandina Branding iron vs. Kitcnens.
was wide open'but the

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Tornadoes Edge .

Raiders Fast Quick (From Page 0))

rt game on third down but the long and FB took over with a
i 1 pass to Philip Jones was incomplete first down. The Pirates ran
{ and FB had a fourth out the clock going into the
j BHS Scouts down and seven to go for the locker room at half-time
.'I wr y Report first. winning 70.
The fourth down punt wentto After receiving the half-
a Larry Sherman but hecouldn't time kickoff BHS started a

q A wishbone offense and a times this year and has also says-Coach Hurse. get a solid hold on the running drive that led to a
quick, defense will of than 50 Team ball and fumbled it into Pirate score.
require gained more yards comments from the the
Pete McNeil's hands and FB On first down Crews ran
the Bradford Tornado defensea passing on one play about scouting report are they for 12
are ball right tackle
--- took over at the Bradford 35 over
'k super game and a good teamereOl.t eight times. a very quick team; like to run of after finally
line the yards
to beat host "We'll have have the yard beginning
+.l- Orange to a option and the trap plays; by defensive guar
the second quarter.The stopped
Park this Friday night balanced offense to run the they also run the belly series; Pirates moved the ball Autry.
d starting at 8 p.m., accordingto ball well and we will not be and they have Gary
a good kicking to the BHS 22 yard line but Reddish got the ball on the
Head Tornado "
David Hurse. able afford any turnovers, team.
MI "b7 came to a fourth down and a next first down and
4 Orange Park won its first
defense closed matched Crews' run except he
strong Tornado
four games and lost its last
a four, but according to Hurse, Tigers Edge 0 . the door and gave the ball to went through the right tackle
to the Fer
BHS. hole for 11 yards
the Raiders are definitely ableto (From
beat team they Page 9) BHS lost two yards by two nandina 49 yard line with a
any running runs by Tim Crews but made first down. Crews got the ball
Park has the
Orange Following a 41 yard kickoff Tiger 14. but this time only got
up for it when Charlie Green again,
talents of brother
run- the Blue Wave PKY
return by ,
which moved the
completed a to Ronnie nine yards,
ningbacks John and Ronnie found itself with good field The PKY drive appeared to pass
line with a
Hall for 45 yards. ball to the 40 yard
Flowers. John will be startingat have died as a third
the by
position on Tiger 39.! A pass and Reddish
Hall was being heavily second down one.
back hard into the Fernandina line but hurt the right half back spot interference call on third Hellstrom fell Incomplete. A
Running Tim Crews banged Friday night was on pass covered and after his fine ran the ball on the down
this play after a three yard gain and had to sit out the rest of the contest. while Ronnie will be at left down moved the ball to the personal foul, however, gave sideline catch BBS had a first around the right end for five
halfback. John, a 175 pound line. After the Blue Wave new life with
Tiger 20 yard two
down at the 45 yard line of FB. yards and the first down.
senior is and and fourth and two
quick strong complete an offside from the seven
Cigars are being produced 'in BITS jv Tic; Kitchens runs very hard. He is penalty pushed passes the Blue Wave yard line of Lake Butler. Carr BUS went back to the Reddish, this time taking the
ball the left guard, got
running was un- over
so many fancy flavors that potentially dangerous, according back to the 15.Sophomore then picked up three yards for game
successful and held themto to the 33 line,
FB two yards yard
about the only rebuttal may to the scouting report the first down and two plays
be to put out a wine or tee (From Page 9)) Ronnie, a 145 pound junior, is later Hellstrom sneaked over four downs and took over at giving BHS a second down.
cream, that taste like tobacco point was blocked, leaving the Keeps ItsPerfect quick as a cat and a real quarterbackJosh from the three. the 20 line after a Green punt. Crews got the ball on second
score 6-6 with 3:24: to go before competitor. Uellstron then hit Gary The Bradford defense got down and ran over right
Scott with a pass at the four. tough and held the Pirates to tackle, running hard for seven
the half. Jimmy Gay, a 165 senior Trailing by 5 points, PKY
The Tornado JV kicked off ] quarterback, runs the triple After Billy Carr plunged for attempted a desperationonside one yard, after two in- yards to the 26 yard line, now
to start the second half but option real l well and throws three yeads, Hellstrom kick after its touch- complete passes and the run facing a third clown.
301 the Bobcats could not get past well when necessary, according sneaked over from the one on down but Lake Butler coveredthe by Johnson. On the fourth Crews ran the ball again, 'fI
the Baby Red 35 yard line. The Kitchen's Tile kept their to BHS scouts. fourth down. A two point ball and held on for the downFB punted and BHS took this time up the middle for six
ball exchanged hands only perfect record intact as they OP has proved victoriousover conversion attempt failed win. over at its own 37 yard line. yards before being stopped by
once in the third quarter. The blasted Starke Builders 51-14 Bishop Kenny, Fer with an incomplete pass as BHS got the ball and on a middle guard Waller Keen at
DRIVEINShow Baby Tornadoes had October 30 in Men's Flag nandina Beach, Live Oak and PKY carried the 10-6 deficit STATISTICS running drive that was put the 20 yard line.
possession of the ball twice in football play.Kilchens Palatka Central but has lost to into the locker room at together by Tommy Reddish Reddish ran the ball on the
Begins At Sundown the final period but gained St. Augustine, Quincy Shanks, halftime LAKEBUTUER' P.K.YONGE and Tim Crews moved downto down play and cut across 1'11"1'11"first
led at the half 36-
the nine yard line. The the middle for eight yards La'
only 44 yards which ended the and Bolles giving the Raidersa First Downs 21 la I
game at 66. 0. The win gave Kitchens a 4-0 record of 44. After PKY turned the ball Yd.Rushing, 224 130 Tornadoes were held at the the 12 yard line with a second .
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 record while Builders fell to 0- nine line for hard 'IIooJo;
: "Orange Park has a very over on downs following the Yds.Passing' 0 34 yard two plays down. Crews with a
ADM ADULTS $1.25FRi STATISTICS 4. fine running game from the second half kickoff, Lake PC PA PI' OS ) 7233 then on fourth down Green running effort took the ball to
Badcock Furniture had to wishbone. This means they Butler took over on its own 40 Fumbles 0 attempted a pass to Terry the one foot mark after run-
SATPOSSIBLE BHI ...Buchholl come from behind late in its execute well, which they do, yard line. A 15 yard penalty Penalties 107 75 Hayes but the pass was too (See Page 11))
game with Cunningham Gulf. according to Coach Hurse. against the Blue Wave moved
IN THIS First Downi 20 ISY.rdsrushln0 Badcock squeezed by the Gulf Bradford has not run the ball down to the 41 yard 'I t to .. .. .. -

DAY AND AGE? those whodidn't yards passing', 202 0 111 36 team 26-25. The score at the against the wishbone defense line.
half was 18-13, in favor of yet this year and this gives
PC.PA.PI 1.6.0 S-ll-l
believe, are dead Fumbles lost 0 0 Badcock. Badcock's record is Orange Park an advantagesince Behind the running of
yards ponA".O' *S 3-1 and Cunningham is 14. they have run againstthe Sirmones and Griffin, the iVMtDISCOVER
Bradford type defense all Tigers drove the ball down to
year. the one yard line in six plays
A 34-12 walloping of The Raiders are also with with Griffin going over left
arQ Gainesville Eastside, including CnjjeTryouls the running talents of fullback tackle for the score. The PAT
two 100 yard kickoff Don Manaland,a hard runner, was good and Lake Butler
returns by Ken Aycox, ended Under very quick, hits the hole fast stretched its lead to 17-6 with
the Bradford High junior Way and is a very aggressiverunner. 5:36: kit in the third quarterPKY's
varsity on a successful 4-3-1 .
note in Gainesville Tuesday Try-outs for varsity and Leading the Kaider defenseat
afternoon. junior varsity basketball will the linebacker spots are left offense sputtered,
be held for the next two weeksat linebacker Charlie Floyd at while its defense bottled
Aycox did a fantastic job of the Bradford High Gym- 190 pounds and a senior, very, Sirmones up well into the
returning the two Eastside nasium. aggressive and likes to fourth quarter. With about GOLD MEDAL'SHappiness
The kickoffs, says Baby Tornado "We've gotten underwaywith hit folks. At the right four minutes remaining the
Coach Harry Hatcher. try-outs and have about linebacker spot is 170 pound Blue Wave took over on their
13 people; a lot who are back junior Joe Morris, very quick 32 yard line. On first down,
Bay Who CriedWerewolf Other Brantora scores came from last year. We expect and aggressive while being a Garland tjuamtance! broke off
when Emmett Bright carriedfor more after football season good team player. right tackle, whirled left Plan
60 yards play, then
on one
because football players are
towards the sideline and
Orange Park has had
>>a: scored on the next. Jimmy not eligible for other sports," scrambled 54 yards to the
f breakaway runs of more than
Clark charged into the end-
Coach Mike Sexton.
A UNIVERSAL' ALAS TECHNICOLOR' < > says 50 yards more than
W zone from 10 yards out on a eight "Everyone Can
fullback dive up the middle for .
- - - - - - - - - - -
FRI SAT the Baby Tornadoes' third -

I score Own A Home"

The Bradford line held back A

Eastside while Glen DeSue *
swept right end for BHS's
fourth touchdown. '

'The defense did a great IZ:> I -W 9 I

job holding Eastside out of ,
r'C' -::: ,,;
position, says GEEmlfj

j1\ ,

I McWilliams Defensive tackles and Samual Harry WE WILL BE OPEN ALL NIGHT This Week-end Only I

I Pittman were credited with ''II
playing a fine ball game by FRIDAY NOV. 9 FriSatSunLamplighter
Coach Hatcher. I
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Edge . .
FALLS, Tex. the Strategic Air Command!
(From Airman First Class Betty J. Airman Griffis a 1970
Page 10)
Griffis daughter of Mr. and graduate of Bradford High
ning through right guard and Mrs. Dennis W. Griffis, Rt. 1. School attended Santa Fe
tackle. Green kept the ball Starke, had graduated at Junior College, Gainvesville,
and plunged through the I Sheppard AFB Tex., from the Fla.
middle for the score. The U, S. Air Force com-
Green kick was good and the munications specialist course
game was tied 7-7 with 7-24 conducted by the Air Training Ft. Knox. Ky. Oct. 11 -
left in the third quarter. Command. Private Lawrence Albirtton,
Fernandina got the ball and I + The airman who learned to 19, son. of Willie Albritton,
it looked like it was going to 01r' t t operate teletypewriter Raiford, completed eight
make it to the other end for a equipment used in the world- weeks of basic training at the
score but the BHS defensive wide Air Force com- U. S. Army Training Center
made a hard stand and held I munications system is being Armor Ft. Knox, Ky.
the Pirates short of a first assigned to Carswell AFB,
down on a fourth down play ,, Tex., for duty with a unit of
and BHS took over at its own
38 yard line.Bradford .
started on the
running game with Crews
opening up with a seven yard
FS1 Retirees Annual
run that moved the ball to the Enjoy Dinner
45 yard line with a second

down. Pictured above Is a representative group of!99 retirees and A barbecue chicken dinner was served at noon. Dr. and
On the next play: Reddishgot associate members of Raiford State Prison enjoying their Mrs. II. J. Kucera are identified for the farthest distance
the ball and on the annual get-together at Sheriff John Whitehead's farm on travel from their home in Boynton Beach.
isolation right play was held Saturday Nov. 3.

for no gain and! BUS had a ___ ..
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third aown. men crews ran OWN
the ball through the middle Crews went up the middle for the 36 yard line. Reddish went Reddish got the ball and went 24 yard line and kept the ball More Darkness
and with good blocking went one yard to the 45 yard line over right guard on the first three yards up the middle to for the remainder of the game ONE NOTSOMEDAY
seven more yards to the FB 48 and a third down. down and made two yards to the four yard line and a third and moved the ball to the Means
yard line for a first down. Green went to the right on the 34 yard line.A five yard off down. Pirates' 20 yard line before Increase
Reddish got the ball again an option play and kept the sides penalty was called Reddish got the call again time ran out. In AccidentsWith ]
and went two yards to the 46 ball and ran nine yards along against BHS and the ball was and mustered one yard
yard line. On second down the sideline for a first down at moved back to the 39! yard line through the right side of the Statistics time from IT CAN BE EASIER THAN YOU THINK
giving BUS a second down. line to the three yard line anda the change
..rGAINESVILLE Green threw a pass to big first down. BHS..Fa Daylight Saving back to 1973 CADILLAC ELDORADO
Ronnie Hall on second down Crews' attempted running Fin'Downs 20 t Eastern Standard, automobile 2 Door Coupe. White Padded
vinyl over Firemist Blue
for a gain of 10 yards then through the middle on the first Yrds Rush la a crashes are likely to increase,
w/white leather interior. Loaded
another five yards was added down but the crowd in his hole Yrds Pars SS IS according to Florida Highway equipment, auto.
for BHS when a pushing stopped him for no gain. PCPA.PI 27-0 4140PUDII Patrol. dimming head lights, cruise control, light sentinel, power
1 1 Patrol Director Eldrige door locks, remote trunk release.
Business penalty was on Reddish tried once over right
DirectoryAUTO Pirates. but unsuccessfulbut Ptniltlet/ 40 25 Beach said "The period of
guard was
FU lbl.. 1 0 time from 5 to 8 has 1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE
With the ball at the 24 yard on the second try hobbled p.m. p.m.
line and a first down Reddish !over the goal line for the Scan By Quartern almost twice as many 4-Door Sedan green with green leather accessories.
got the ball and headed up the ''winning score that put BHS in crashes as the 5 a.m. to 8 LOADED. Local owner, serviced by Brasington. Low mileage
SALES middle only to be held at the front 13-7 with 8:55: left in the BHS 0..0..7..6....U a.m. period.The accident rateis extra clean.
line of scrimmage for no gain game. FB 7..0..0..0..7 higher during darkness
CARS CARS CARS and the loss of the down. The extra point kick was no hours and with the time 1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE
Green kept the ball on a good and BUS had to settle for changing there will be more 4-Door hardtop with sun roof.White vinyl over yellow with
DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS right option play and went 11 13 points on the board. hours of darkness" when trafficis white leather. Power door locks, cruise control, AM-FM
yards to the 13 yard line for a Fernandina received the Jack Nicklaus has about heavy.
30 DAY WARRANTYON first down. kickoff but the hot Tornado persuaded the Office Dub to Beach suggested clean stereo tape player. Trunk release. Loaded with accessories.
MOST CARS Crews ran the ball over left defense held the Pirates at give up golf. "What kind of headlights and windshields to
guard on first down and the their own 46 yard line forcing game is it," he wants to improve night driving as dirty 1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VI LIE
OWNED OPERATEDBY ball was placed at the seven them to punt. know, "where the best player windshields can distort 4-Door hardtop,gold with gold matching interior. AM-FM
A STARKE MAN yard line with a second down': BUS got the ball at its own always wins?" motorists' vision which is radio climate control power door locks, extra low
I already reduced at night. mileage. Very clean. Sold and serviced by Brasington.

Marchant Auto Sales


4-Door hardtop, white vinyl over red white leather, AM-FM
1636 S.E. 3RD AVE. DirectoryAUTO
stereo, cruise control, tilt and telescopic steering wheel
MARCHANT WILL power door locks 60-40 seats, light sentinal.

TREAT YOU RIGHT SALES AND The State owned Lands located in Union and Bradford
AUTO SALES SERVICE BRASINGTON 4-Door hardtop, blue vinyl over white white leather AM-FM
Blount Pontiac CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES Parrish Motors power door locks electric windows and seats power steering,

CMS. Inc. &SERVICE Counties, known to most of the public as the STATE PRISON power brakes.
Fine selection of Used Cars SALES
aLC1UNT Taken On Cadillac Trades SERVICE VOLVO 1971 SEDAN DE VILLE
2001 N.W. I3th Ph.3711-5301 PARTS 4-Door hardtop black vinyl over gold with black fabric, AM-

FARM is not open to the public and hunting is prohibited FM stereo,tilt and telescopic steering wheel electric windowsand
ELECTRIC1fotor seats power steering power brakes, power door locks.
Factory Authorized 921 LAURA ST
Pontiac Repair.: Co. PH 356-5654

210 N.Sales-Parts-Service Main Uainesville.Fla. or Gainesville, Inc. PIANOS and is covered by the livestock protection guide Pursuant'
372-25H3: RepairingltewindingNew Green vinyl over green w/green fabric, AM-FM Stereo, tilt
and Used YAMAHA PIANOS telescopy steering wheel, power door locks auto. dimmer
2816 N.W.6th Ph.372-8318
head trunk release. Low EXTRA CLEAN.
ORGANS to Florida Statutes No. 821.01 and 821.03. Trespassers are


Johnson & Faris, subject to prosecution under the above mentioned statutes. BRASINGTONCadillac


COUNTY SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet SuppliesKFUTIIJZEUS:. Louie L. Wainwright Director Oldsmobile.

224 N. W. 8thPh.. 378-0476 2001 N. \V.13th
MOVERS GLASS 388.8519 REHABILITATIVE SERVICES Phone 378-5301 Gainesville

Long Dlslance Moving LIDDELL

--St Free Crating-Shipping> Estimates g-'Pa-c'kig'Call Glass Company"Glass ftI tLeL.JJJ$ $

For FrontsMirrorsTub Every Purpose"Store ; +

Furniture Tops-Glass

Van Service, Inc. NEW replaced LOCATION:. These are some of the job-training courses available to you
35-10 N.E. Waldo ltd. G'vllle 1228 So. Main Gainesville
372-4271 312111913721102BEAUTY under our new 2-year enlistment option.

ACADEMY Instead of the usual 3 or 4 years,

MUSICBALDWIN you sign up with us for just 2 years. Administration Combat Engineering r >. dBadu M. h.> iPaau Missile Mechanical Maintenance
Clerk-Typist C, mbot E -imeerT'aciv a ,el"! R POWELL'S Its not 2 years on a take-it orleaveit Equipment Maintenance Cieik Crt'wn.an I' in 111,"1"'Utt" '< :ii.r 1-1 Repairman ,
Information Specialist Pioneer TietypewnteriReplrt, r Pcr-hriij Electncal-Mechanica!
Beauty Academy 1 basis either. You get a choice.You Legal Clerk Combat Missile Electronic Finance PAlnlrmenl, < 1 lA')
PIANOS & ORGANS can choose jobtraining.Medical t Records Specialist Maintenance ; "=I Motor Transport
Learn a Profession Your your ) Specialist Shillelagh Missile Systen.Repairman FAcinanceSpeciahstcounhngSpeclah' MClorTrllnsportOperator
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS Spare Time. Full or Part (The list is a long one, so look it over Stenographer Combat Surveillance and Target Fixed Plant Communications Power Production and Distribution
Time. Aircraft Components Repair AcquisitionCounterbdttery'Countermorlar Equi Maintenance Power Generation! Equipment
oLipnam 219 N.W. 10th.37B-Z76fl carefully. We think you'll agree that most Aircraft Aircraft Electrician Fixed Ciphony Repairman Operator.Mechanic
Hydraulics Repairman Radar Crewman
Music Co CAMPER SALES of these )jobs are t h. you can bring Aircraft Repairman Rotor andPropeller GroundSurvellldnceRaddr Crewman Fixed Repairman Cryptographic Equipment Fire Precision Control Devices Instrument Repairman

G'vllle Center back with civilian life Airframe Fixed Plant Radar and Microwave
Shopping you to ) Repairman Communications Center Operation Fixed Station TechnicaPController Maintenance
372-5:151: & SERVICEGainesville Or choose Airciaft Maintenance COmmumCdtlonsCenterSpeclal'st' Food Service Air Radar Repairman
PRINTEROF you can to serve in AH-1G Helicopter Repairman DataCommunicahonsTermmal Cook Combat Area Surveillance Radar

F---; Europe. (You'll work hard, but it can also Air Maintenance Defense Missile Electronics Telephone Specialist, Switchboard Operator t Hospital Mess Steward Strategic Repairman Microwave Systems

be one of the most rewarding experiences Improved Hawk Fire Control Data Processing' Cargo GeneralDuty::: Handler j Repairman
DISTINCTIONQUALITY Mechanic ADPS M.ichmeOperationSpecialist TechcalMieroweveSystems
CAMPER MART INC., you'll ever have.)) Improved Hawk Firing Section Data Processing Equipment General Intelligence Repairman

3111 N.Main 378-2934 Gainesville Either way you wont t come away Improved Mechanic Hawk Information, ADPS Maintenance Repairman !Image Intelligence Interpreter Analyst Radio Radio Operator Code
YOU CAN BE PROUD OF oordinationCentral. Mechanic InterrogatorInfantry Radio Teletype Operator
Electrical Electronic Devices
T Bay Service Dept. empty-handed t after f t t two years. Improved Hawk Pulse Radar Maintenance -Armor Radio Teletypewriter Operator
Complete Camping Store Repairman Armor Crewman (NonMorselVoiceRadioOperator
Along with our new 2-year enlistment t- AVlonicCommumcatlonsEqulpment
BRADFORD COUNTY Sales: Air Defense Missiles Repairman Armor Reconnaissance Specialist
TELEGRAPH Concord.Volunteer Sm today's Army is announcing a new Air Defense Artillery Operations and AvorncRadarEquipmentRepaeman Ilnl,4ntryD"drectFIFreCCewmcm, Supply
Intelligence Assistant Avionics Mechanic ArmorerUnit Supply Specialist
Key Midas, Adventure salary. $326.10 1 a month, before de Chaparral Crewman Medical Equipment Repairman Light Weapons Infantryman Equipment Storage clallst
Wheels Norris Monitor. Defense Acquisition' Radar Crewman Nuclear Weapons Electronics Laboratory Procedures Medical Supply and Parts SpecialISt
964-63O5 Fan, Explorer Sports Coach ductions. With a raise to $363.30 in just Hawk Fire Control Crewman Specialist Medical Laboratory Specialist Petrolll'umStorag"Speclahstf
STARKE Hawk Missile, Crewman EngrneerHeavyEqurpment PetroleumLeboratorySpecialtst Stock Control and Accounting
f four months. Hercules Fire, Control Crewman t Operation and Maintenance Law Enforcement Specialist
Hercules Missile Crewman Engineer Equipment Repairman Correctional Specialist Subsistence Storage Specialist
Of course, you'll get t all our other Vulcan Crewman Engineer Missile Equipment Military Policeman Supplyman

benefits. Meals and Ammunition Specialist MechamcalMamtenance Surveying
GAINESVILLE 1 housing are pro Ammunition Storage Operations General Construction Machine Quartermaster Light Equipment Artillery Surveyor
Cobia Johnson vided. Medical and dental care are free. Specialist Operator Repairman Technical Equipment Operations
Terrain Forklift and
Nuclear Weapons: Maintenance Rough Recover Specialist ATC Approach Control/Enroute
Fabuglas F.-. Motors Plus, a 30-day paid vacation every year.WAYMtCUMH Specialist L04 Operator Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Specialist
Armament Maintenance Field Artillery Cannon Medical Car.and Treatment ATC Ground Control Approach
.. Field Artillery Basic (GCAi Specialist
Aircraft Armament Subsystem Dental Specialist
Repairman F FtreDlreciionAaslslans rations/: Food Specialist B.IhencMateorolgyCrcwmen
e re US ARMY Artillery Repairman Medienllns Meteorological ObserverTextile
1MO e. Unlv.nlly Av nuG
.inwvlll .Florida Missile Tank Turret Mechanic Field Artillery Missiles/Rocket Specialist Leather Repair
HamiltonNow PHONE: 9O4-786-58OO COLLECT Sheridan Turret Mechanic Lance Mismle Crewman Pharmacy Parachute Rigger
Phone 378-1591 Lynn Tank Turret Mechanic Pershing Missile Crewman Preventive MedicmeSpectalist Textile Repairman
STARKE RECREATION DEPT. Tank(\ Turret Repairman Ser"J.,4ntM\8IlleCrewman Social Work.'P Specialist Wire Maintenance
Is The Time To Get Your Boat Ready For N.TEMPLEAVETUES. 1O AM. Chemical FreldCommumcationiEquipment X-Ray Specialist DialceniralOfltceReparrman
MACCLENNYP06TOFFICE Chemical Equipment Repairman Maintenance Metal Working Field Wireman
Next Years Season Chemical Staff S pecialist Field General COMSEC Repairman Welder Manual Central Office Repairman
MON -WED. 11 AM.

Bring in NOW For Maintenance GUARANTEED TRAINING & .
TRAVEL IN WRITING Thi-, 1'11"- ubettnhnrtieYour, t ArmyRepresentahvewiflhave: the latest information


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12 TELEGRAPH November 8, 1973

etriTOKJALSs County} Agents By

)ECONOMY? Oh that's for the J ;

s 'o1.o-., SSjjfSSSSttSSfSSfffsafaf 1 old folksy the ill and the I Notebook BobbyTaylor JE

Indigent /

: .
vTAE ,r.especially.;- -

We Ready o I continue tog- t calls about reduced

o pecan prices and where folks magnesium levels. The
a can either buy or sell to
WHITE pecans. problem is usually
For Growth ? 1 U you have any questions lactating cows.
Rapid HOUSE oauv. about this, you will be interested -
in visiting the Grass tetany can be
? PREStooHTlRt_ Bradford County Farmers prevented by feeding trace

The rather startling prediction In the meanwhile, there are some ( YACHT Market on North 301 in Starke mineral supplements that
t NV f y. today. The first pecan auction contain magnesium salts.
made civic club here last in to mobile
by a speaker clarifications regard tI eaY will start at 1 p.m. and will Commercial mineral mix
week that Bradford County would homes that will be helpful to the board, + i determine what price a buyeris tures with higher levels of

double its population in the next five as well as the applicant, if they are al scA r willing to pay a grower for a magnesium than normal are

years points up the tremendous job fully understood. given quantity and quality of available for feeding during
that the County Zoning Commission, nuts. Of course, the growercan periods of increased grass
Perhaps first in importance is the either accept or reject the tetany probability.FORESTRY.
Board will
as well as the City Zoning ,
be faced with in order to meet understanding that the board is not d bid.To

demands of the rapid growth alreadyin going along with spot zoning of small AV1p sell on the auction, the
evidence here. plots for mobile homes in areas grower should bring his

presently zoned R-IA. Therefore, pecans to the market between
8 a.m. and noon on the day of
Both bodies should take every application for such reclassificationmay sale. Pecans will be weighedand IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY

precaution to prepare themselves with well be postponed until the land ::0. .-_ -_ assorted into lots by
ordinances and use study is completed.The variety. The grower will
updated zoning
: receive a for his
j A N CLEMETVTSfarce's : receipt
building codes to assure that this second fact is that the owner ofa pecans, and will receive his

projected growth-- whether or not as mobile home now "grandfathered in" /, : :; .= ::. ;:. S : -;:: E = =: .::. : -:: check the day following sale. JOHN

great as predicted-- will be orderly and in an area where it is not in con- O'MEARA
one that we can) live with in terms of formance with zoning To buy pecans at the auc
present tion, the buyer must be ready
the environment and other con- regulations, will not be permitted to .- ----..-1.. 'l't.-_.... V- p to pay cash for any particularlot Winter is coming 'on, and
siderations.The move an old mobile home off and :r- ; ,.... : : :"'--'-'i or he must be licensed and this is the time of year when

replace it with a new one, without first \\ j'- --", ;, -tH.-- bonded to be allowed to pay by several ,different forestry
County Board took steps in this obtaining a permit. Section 18 of the :-...-'.;.;.;....;.....t\-\ .;-"-. ':'-:'.1 : -,::;:::-.7.""... check. A lot can be from a few silvicultural practices can be
-.. .. ; carried out. Two
direction last week when it held a -: _:-::' -:;; pounds to several hundred successfully
zoning code says: "Whenever a 1;. .!*' '-- ...'jorl ;."'7 l-. pounds. Lots will not be split things come to my mind when
work session of whatis : :;..00" 1 .
starting a study p:
building is moved from any location toa :::/ 'o'1_ -1. for the convenience of a the air starts turning cooler.
needed to eliminate bugs in the site within the zoned area of buyer. These are tree planting and
existing code and make it workable prescribed burning.
Bradford County, the building (or Correct inoculation of
under present conditions. The main mobile home) shall immediately be legume seed is very im Winter is the time to plant

area of concern was the phenomenal made to conform to all provisions of / 4 s ; -S-W MM I P.. .. c.. portant. Clovers and other bare root tree species in North
increase in mobile home housing, and the county building, plumbing, and : =i legumes have the ability to Florida. The primary reason
the need for increasing the designatedareas electrical codes if and the take nitrogen from the air if for this is that dormancy sets
any, zoning
where such units may be placed.At certain bacteria are in the soil in during this season, and
regulations of Bradford County where the plant is growing trees can more easily
:::::::::::::::::;:::==::-o.:: :::;,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::::;:::.:::;:::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::: When these organisms are withstand the shock of being

every recent meeting of the Another point is the clarification of present, nodules develop on transplanted from the nursery
board there have been several the definition of "modular homes," the roots and the legumes can to the field.Certain .

requests from property owners which some people have tried to interpret Friendly 'Hello Lady'RetiresAfter for accumulate its own growth enough and nitrogen provide tree seedling

wanting to "spot zone" for mobile as a mobile home on a per- some for other plants growing species are still available

homes in R-residential areas. The manent foundation. The statutes state in the immediate area. The from the Division of

board has steadfastly refused to spot that a modular home is "a prefabricated 47 Years'ServiceFew bacteria required by legumes Forestry's Andrews Nurserynear

that dwelling built in a factory grown in Florida are not ordinarily Chiefland, which sup
zone, reasoning correctly once
found in Florida soils. plies tree seedlings for
this is done for one property owner, either in sections or fully assembled, Bradford County residents

the board will have no right to refuse and transported to another location, people in the realm of Not all legumes use the

others, and the effectiveness of the mounted on a permanent foundation, public themselves service to their have endeared same bacteria for the Tree dormancy also enters

zoning ordinance will be defeated. and meeting all requirements of all has Mrs. Lois Johns patrons, who as r nitrogen-fixing process. into the picture when
building codes." This does Nitrogen-fixing bacteria are prescribed burning of
not include retired October
on 31 after 47 divided into
several woodlands is considered,
What the board does mobile homes, according to Zoning years with the telephone and care' be groups
intend to do, as must taken to When the "sap is flowing" in
soon as the land use study, now in Commission interpretation. company in Starke. secure the proper one for the the trees during the warmer
legume to be planted. months of the fire
progress, is completed, is to give Sometimes, mobile home owners Mrs. Johns started with the more easily kill year a ,tree. The can
careful study to classifying more areas company in the pre-Florida These bacteria be introduced
tend to feel that they are being can heat from the flames causes
in the county as R-1C, permitting discriminated boom period of 1925, just six into the soil by the water in the cambium
against, a zoning after the home-owned
mobile homes. The board fully years treating seed before layer of the tree to boil and
code must be adhered to, or it is a facility was purchased by the with commercially prepare steam, which can in turn
recognizes that mobile homes are an late H. A. 1919. When
worthless "scrap of paper. With the Bishop in cultures of these organisms. cause tree mortality This is
increasingly popular way of life, completion of the land use study, it is she started with the company, Directions given on each the primary reason for
especially for senior citizens' who do hoped that of these there were only 150 telephone 4W container of the inoculant waiting until the winter

not need'a large, conventional home, problems will many be solved.; In view vexing of our services compared in with the Starke the 4,700 area now, as should be followed closely. months to burn off a

and people, who cannot affordone. woodland.
young growth projections, it cannot come too in service here today. Inoculated seed should be

soon. planted at once and not exposed Summer burns are
Highlights of Mrs. Jehns'long to direct sunlight or sometimes carried I out, but
career at the switchboardwere allowed to become heated or the person doing the burning
reviewed at retirement
a dry. must be very careful. Or-
dinner given in her honor by
dinarily, areas containingonly
Double Vacancy North Florida Telephone Co., U you have small grain thick-barked trees, suchas
present owners of the Starke plantings for winter forage Longleaf and Slash Pine,
exchange, last week. production, do not graze these are burned. These can
Can Be Filled plantings too early. When the withstand greater amounts of
The praises of the popular small grain crops are grazed heat than thin-barked hard-
Starke "operator" were sung before a good root system has woods or Sand Pine Also,
in poetry and prose, composedby been developed, considerable backfire into the wind shouldbe
New Waves of shock and incredulity House Speaker Carl Albert, a Gladys Hobbs and Carolyn .,. damage to the stand can exclusively used since this

continue to sweep the nation in the Democrat, is known to be less than highlight Canova, of and the read retirement as a occur. Small plants can be is your coolest type of fire.

wake of almost daily disclosures from enthusiastic about accepting the party. Contained in a booklet, Mrs Johns demonstrates use of old wall telephone that still being easily pulled damaged during, either by There are
up grazingor good
Washington. The latest (at this Presidency under these conditions, later presented to the honoree, hangs In her kitchen. by excessive trampling.The reasons for having a planned

writing) was the announcement that since the people elected, and are was this account of Mrs.Johns' small grains should not be prescribed burning program

two of the most critical of the ninesubpoenat'd entitled to a Republican administration near half a century two employees, both men, She soon endeared herself to grazed before they have on a landowner's woodland
White House tapes do not- for the next three years.A with the telephone company: enlarged and improved the the community in many ways. reached a height of 8 to 10 acres. The most important
facility. inches. one though is to reduce the
nor ever didexist.. special election would solve this This booklet is to dedicate early would employer, Mr. wildfire hazard. Pine woods
Bishop sometime
vexing problem, in the event a double With love and heart-felt One of those two early bit bothered when she get accommodated a- Grass tetany, sometimes are notorious for building up
Naturally this has stepped up vacancy occurs. cheer workers was Calvin Johns, those who would called grass staggers or large amounts of fuel in the
The many deeds and kindnesses who several years later hypomagnesemia, can be a understory.
speculation as to what course the call "operator" and ask by During dry
brought Lois to Starke as his for serious problem in Florida season (synonymous with fire
Nation could take name
in the of they
event Of one we all hold dear.She's bride in 1925. She tried being wanted to speak person with rather with cattle grazing small season), which is just now
resignation or even impeachment of Political observers there been with us so just housewife for
say are many a awhile, than by number grain or ryegrass pastures.The starting in Florida, green
the President before a new Vice legal and historical precedents for years but interest in her husband's exact cause of the diseaseis pinelands can be totally

President: is named. giving Congress the power to call for a She's become an institution. work soon got to her, and she "These people will never unknown, although it is destroyed by wildfire in a
special election. The Constitution To one and all, the meek and joined the telephone team in learn to use the directory always associated with an matter of minutes.
small. 1926, when the company was unless make them call imbalance in the mineral
Some constitutional experts believe provides Congress the power to make She's made some con- housed in offices upstairs over number you," Mr. Bishop would by components of blood serum, (See Page 13))
that a special presidential election of laws in "case of removal, death, tribution. the present Chamber of But Mrs. Johns

the type proposed by Boston's Mayor resignation, or inability both of the The children who are grown Commerce. Lois trudged up a hating protest. to I inconvenience, ,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::;:::::::::::;:),:K___,nn==>;':':6.- "" """...".'....".-.>'.;.".'._;.'_.S4Y'_'_'_'_:'._;'Y_'

White could legally be held, and might president and nowWill long flight of stairs on the side anyone, would
vice-president. In this remember with a grin of the building every day to go on nearly knock off the head- remained on the job until last
be the answer to a perplexing situation Congress can declare "what The times that Louis helped take her shift at the battery- called plugging in when Mrs. Smith phone she was wearing week.
and asked her
problem.One officer shall then act as President..." them. operated switchboard. Mrs. Jones." to "ring And there was another
and the chosen officer serves until the Did her patience ever thin? rather harrowing experiencewhen Her first day after
observer has said that the They'd call her on the phonein During the time of the her vigorous cranking of retirement was spent mowing
disability removed or until a tears, Florida "boom" the Even the smallest tot got the the old battery system sent the lawn at her comfortable
Constitution gives Congress the power President shall be elected.So 'Cause "Mommy" theycouldn't built a new telephone buildingon Bishops same efficient service. One out a charge that almost home on Water Street a job
to pass, a simple statute calling for suchan find North Walnut Street in 1927 little hardly tall enoughto knocked her employer, Mr. she often had to neglect during
election when a double vacancy And Lois always calmed and the friendly "hello lady" reach the old hand-crank Bishop off a pole where he her years of employment. The

occurs; andin factthe country has the special election might them down; with the pleasant voice made phone > would call almost was repairing lines day was Thursday, "But I feel
prove daily and ask to "speak to "
She never seemed to mind. the switch with the swit- Mrs. Johns chuckles she like it's Saturday, she
had such a statute for almost tOO.Yt'ars. the answer for those who are worriedover Mama Dear," her favorite as
declared. "Now
Her voice was recalls how she tomorrow I
always chborad, concerned only that was trying to
the future of the Nation in case of pleasantTo she might miss even one incoming name for her grandmother.She reach Mr. Bishop and rang guess I'll be getting ready to

an unprecedented double vacancy. It is all with whom she spoke call during the move. always got the if she same had one time. Not receiving an go to church! -
While the mood good to know Altho at times, day after prompt service as she waited
of Congress seems that this provision given the number. answer, a moment What t does she intend to do
to favor confirmation of Gerald Ford, exists, even though it might be difficult dayHer About this time, Mr. and and then really gave the cranka with her new-found
the Vice job would seem no joke.She's Mrs.Johns decided to move to vigorous turn. She found out time? spare
President-designate, before to carry out. put in 47 years her home state of Missouri, Mothers attending a party later that her first signal had
completion of the proposed impeachment But you'd certainly never but they hardly had time to at Mrs.a friend's Johns to house inform would her as to given Mr. Bishop a charge so "One thing I'm looking

inquiry, the recent unfolding No maneven President- know. get settled down there before their whereabouts so she that he could not turn loose the forward to is the opportunity
of a in The span of years has only Mr. Bishop sent out an SOS for pole to answer her call. Her to visit with some of
unprecedented events in could them if a message our older
dispensable. This notify
a big and seemedTo second "
country, them to come back and help "crank" almost people, she said.
from the "Lots of
Washington would indicate the remote somehow we believe it is big enough to give her a certain him run the growing( telephone came children through at home. Sometimes knocked him to the ground. them are lonely and need to be
possibility of double "glow'5.
a vacancy in the get along without Richard Nixon for company. the tots would call in tears, "Mrs. Johns, don't EVERdo cheered up I enjoy talking
two So sit back Lois
highest executive and listen
offices ,
in the the next three years, if the need They returned to Starke and and Lois always knew how to that again," Mr. Bishop with people who" are shut-ins

land. arises. wellTo the little tales that Mrs. Johns resumed work put them in touch with mama. i scolded when he returned to just and need as she help, she declared .

follow. with the company on Sept. 15, the office. always enjoyed
Not only did Mrs. Johns helping those in distress who
and remained until her
Some are funny, some 1928
are As the passed Mrs. called "operator and
years knew
sad, retirement last week.It endear herself to telephone ,
patrons, but also to her co- Johns steadily advanced in they wouia reach a friend in
Some, a little hard to need.Page .
her position. From the early
9 ioq swallow. workers. She trained many
BRADFORD years as an operator, she
Co// But we hope, in some small didn't take Lois very longto new operators during the served in many other
before the dial

$ wayThat we get across to you operator become, with everyone's her pleasant favorite years system was installed present, and her capacities"messenger, ,including" collected that from of
MEM6Er3VE infinite and unruffled
trtrgrapb The love and admirationThe manner and friendly voice pay stations, hand wrote bills
off with increased
manner paid -
O't y feelings, deep and true. that never became irritatedno and toll statements, collected
rora So let's go back down matter what demands were operator efficiency.This money in the office, and just
'9j 0 y BOB G.FERGUSON JOHN: M. MILLER Memory Lane made for service beyong the about every other job that
Publisher To the year of 1901. call of duty. One, during a cool-calm manner also needed doing.
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class That's when the telephone time when other operatorswere stood her in good stead during
Fla. under Ace of March 3, 1879. Mauer ae the Pose Office ae Scarke, system ill,she stayed on duty for those trying moments that Although many operators
Of little Starke was begun_ two days and two nights, come to every employee of (throughout the country his
Subscription rate in trade area: 16.per year 13.50 sin months. without relief, sleeping on a every business. For instance, "retired" as exchanges cut 5T MAi04a1 rDIN1W5fl.t
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year: 14.00 its months. Starke, Fla. In 1919, H. A. Bishop Sr. cot in the office and eating Lois recalls the time when over to the dial system (as
J purchased the Starke sandwiches that were broughtin lightning struck a wire and j Starke did in 1958)), Mrs. Johns
Telephone Company and, with to her. she received a jolt sufficient to ;survived this automation and



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(From Page 12) Quantity Rights

Some beneficial side effectsof ReservedWINN
burning are an increase !in S NGS COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES. II'.>3 INC.J'
food plants for wildlife and 1W
removal of small unwanted
hardwoods. When I say
"small unwanted hard.
woods", I am particularly
thinking about the Wax-
myrtle. In the right location
this species can be a fine little
shade tree, but in the un-
derstory of a pine forest it SAVE WTRte'
often creates such a thick
vegetative mass that it's
enough to keep most peopleout

If of you.the would woods.like some help EIIIY Ows
with tree planting or
prescribed burning, contact tL
your County Forester at 964-
6554 in Starke. VALUABLE FRS MOUK


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car Thinking? buying a new Sirloin Steak u. $159 Rump Roast. LB. slag
This Is a message straight
Affairs. Don't rely on jingles, Steak $179W Chuck Roast $139
flashing commercials or full- LB. LB.
page colorful ads. Make a list .D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM W D BRAND PURE ( IO LSS. SB 99))
of your needs, shop around Round Steak $139 HK'vf 5NToKM4!!! I] Ground BLBS.ee54f r" 3 *2"
and ask questions. u. (u. s. CHOICE PKG.
Instead of kicking the tires, W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP BONE SS 2 8 HICKORY SWEET
open the glove compartmentand $
get out the owner's Round Steak lB. 158 Sliced Bacon LB. 98C
manual. The manufacturer is
manual required the to car's state tire reserve in the ; ((16/20/ 'so.g:) Cut ft :.oP'149. Smoked Picnics LB 78

load, in addition to stating the LB
stopping distance, the HORMEL
acceleration -
and passing ability. fanned Ham 3 cAN$499
Dealers are also required to De monicos .LB. $239
have this information in the
showroom as well as in
printed form that you can take SAVE 41c
SAVE 21c
home to study and use as SAVE 17c
comparative information.You 15( ALL VEGETABLECRISCO
no longer have to relyon T GIANT DEL MONTEARROW ,
dealer's estimate of a car's ;
miles per gallon of gasoline. (ABLYGARDEN
Instead, look for the
manufacturer's sticker that PEAS
gives you information about limit 1 of choice with $7.50 or more purchase
the car's fuel comsumption. excluding cigarettes DETERGENT o. CREAM nYLI 011

Agency Environmental has announced Protection a w. K. CORN
voluntary labeling program Limit I w/$7.5O or more purchase excl.cigt.
that car manufacturers may
use in conjunction with the

program price sticker.a manufacturer Under can the 3 98. $

use a separate sticker to indicate -
the car's weight class,
gas mileage for that class and LB. 49-oz. 48C 4
annual fuel costs for operatingthe CAN
car for 10,000 miles on gas BOX 17-01:.
costing 40 cents a gallon. Or,
you might find a sticker to ASTOR All VEGETABLE CANS
indicate the model's actual SHORTENING
weight, its miles per gallon SAVE 29c
and estimated gas cost for THRIFTY MAID SLICED
that weight as well as the CAN
comparison figures for that PEACHES SAVE41c MORTON COFFEE
model with average figuresfor SUPERBRAND (ALL EXCEPT HAM)

asking all for the this manufacturers information $ SHERBET or MEAT
stating your needs for it in ? ,. ,,00 CAN 89c
making your decision about CANS
which model to buy.

Consumer. Knauer, director Affairs, Office, of if Mixes ''P KG:: 39 C Juice . .6-01.CAN 39 C

manufacturers do not providethe LUX LIQUID ARROW
fuel information stickers 22'01. GALLON Q C
voluntarily, you can get Detergent '. BOTTlE 39c Bleach . JUG oyI

Protection from Environmental Agency's annual Large Eggs DOZEN 69c Arrow Foil 4 I 23 ROLLS FT $100

fuel economy report. This ,,
report will be made availableto Drink 5 'is $1 1 00 69 2 $1 Charcoal 20 La 99SEVEN C
Consumer Information s . BAG
Office, Florida Cooperative
Extension, in early October. SEAS 1000 ISLE HALF FEMININE NAPKINS

cost Considering and predicted the shortage Dressing 3 sB-01.TL3. 9 1 00 GALLON 11 PKGS.-01:, Mo ess . 2 "CTPKOS' 88 C

gasoline and the cost of buyinga
new car, it is worth your
while to spend some time U.S. FANCY SAVE 17c
obtaining information and ALL PURPOSE 5 VINE IIIPE HEINZ 3
comparing fuel economy TOMATOES 8 8
performance before you buy.
Above shopping all around, when for you the best are Apples gA0 LB.29c Ketchup 14.01.BUS.:

buy in the car of your choice,
reliability of the dealer for IB $ 199
prompt and efficient service. Towels . 3 lOllS 88C Saltines . BOX 39C Chicken . PRO. Corn . .10 EARS 89C
Car service has been

topping complaints the for list a of long consumer time. Dinners . 2 PKGS. $1 1 Sandwiches . ''PKG. 39 Topping . 2 ON" 89C Avocados 3 FOR $1 00


AnnoencementsSTARKE.FLA.Correct Social Creamer . 16'01.JAil 77C Family Bread 3 LOAVES 20.0.. 8Sc Pie . . 20'01.PKG. 39C Onions . 3 BAG LB. 49


I Cake Mix . 3 1801.PKOS. $100] Rolls I) . . 3 10.PROS.. ... 89C Pie . . 46 PKG ot $1 29 Potatoes . 10 BAG La. $119


. 4 16-al.CANS $100] Twirls. . 2 I 7 K 01 73C lettuce. . lB. 23C Butter. . 89e


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will be LEGALS for Community NewsBy ClassifiedCLASSIFIED
not responsible
FOR SALE 1973 Starcraft
\l' debts other than
any my own. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AD HATES FOR SALE Pecans, small or Camper, assume payments.

e IN AND FOR BRADFORD large amounts, Vernon 49.69 month. Bal. 900. 1951
Paul Bennett
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE NO. Deadline for Insertion Reddish, 9646530. Ztchg. 30 foot Spartan Trailer. 964-
2tp ------ --- ---
73254.IN Elizabeth (;Inn Walker Tuesday Noon preceding 8696. 1tp
. Thursday before publication. FOR SALE Coleman gas wall

RE: The Marriage of J. B. Dell Chaper OES Church Rev. Sunday :School will terminate Minimum Charge$2.00 furnace. High position 65,000 ---- -- --- ---
Baptist Jasper
r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JONES, Husband and IDA MAE Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its Williams services for Sunday. Regular (Covers 15 Words) BTU. Normal position 45,000

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BLUE JONES Wife. regular meeting Thursday pastor.Services for the week began services will be held Sunday, Each word over 15 BTU. With thermostat and FOR SALE Sofa, $29.95. Call

r. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR (tonight) at 8 p.m. in the with Ushers Board No. 2 and November 18.BRADFORD. 10 cents stack. Been used but little. 964-5656 or see at Grace
IN PETITIONCOMES Call 4734678. 1tp. Baptist Church pastorium,
BRADFORD COUNTY. Masonic Hall on Brownlee Choir No. 3
meeting Monday
I PROBATEIN Street.AU members are askedto night. Tuesday night there All Classified Ads must be Griffis Loop. Itp
RE: Estate of BELLE M. NOW the Wife, IDA please be present and on will be a song service at 8 p.m. COUNTY paid for In advance unless you -- ----------
and time. MENU have an established ------------
Deceased. MAE BLUE JONES, Wednesday night Annual account
respectfully alleges and says: Conference will start at Free with the Telegraph In that LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 1 1. This is an action for Greater Allen Chapel AME Will Baptist Church in November 12 16 event 50 cents extra charge 9, 3.19; 9 x 12, 5.98; 12 x FOR SALE Mixed pecans, U

dissolution of the bonds of Church, Rev. B. C. Williams Lawtey. The No. 2 Choir of for billing. Not responsible for 12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only pick them. 964-6945. Itchg.

creditors of the Estate of marriage between Petitioner and pastor. Junior Choir rehearsalis this church of Greater MONDAYHot errors when given over the $14.95. Many patterns and

BELLE M. PRIEST, deceased, Respondent, J. B. JONES. scheduled for Thursday Freewill will render song Dog on Bun phone or when copy Is not colors. Dahmer's Discount tf ----- -------

are hereby notified and requiredto 2. Petitioner has been a (tonight) at 8 p.m. All Choir service. Friday night Rev. G. Baked Beans typed and brought to the office -

file any claims or demands resident of Florida for more than members are requested to be G. McAuthor will preach. French Fries GE COLOR TV, now frfom
which they may have against six months next before the filingof present and on time. Sundaywill Jello with Orange Juice FOR SALE New 3 bedroom $179.95' with trade. Brand

said Estate in the Office of the this Petition. terminate the conferenceyear. New Bethel Baptist Church, Milk brick veneer, 2 baths, living new, at Dahmer's Discount

Oerk of the Circuit Court of 3 Petitioner and Respondentwere Sunday services will Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. room, kitchen and dining House. 9tchg 11-11
Bradford County, Florida, in the begin with Sunday School at 10 TUESDAYFish area. Good location.
) married to one another on Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning
Court House at Starke, Florida, July 9, 1957, at Miami, Florida, am Morning service at 11 service at 11. Evening service, Portion I t GALE "J Financing available Call ------------

within ax) ((6)) calendar months and cohabited together as with the Junior Church in 7 p.m. Holy Communion will Buttered Grits Buford Mitchell, 9646853. FOR SALE AKC Registered

from the date of the first husband and wife until charge. Evening service, 5:30, be given in the evening ser Hush Puppies tfchg poodles 2 males, 2 females
publication of this notice. Each November 15, 1959. which will terminate the vice. Cabbage Slaw $50each. Call 431-1981 before

claim or demand must be in 4. That there were no children Conference year. Conferencewill Peaches FOR SALE Dearborn gas LOTS Zoned for mobile homes 5 p.m 4tp 11-8

writing and must state the placeof born as issue of this marriage. convene in St. Augustine, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Milk heater with blower, excellent and houses. Several subdivisions

residence and post office 5. That there is no property, November 14, IS, and 16. Rev. Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. condition, used two winters, to choose from. Only
address of the claimant and either real or personal, involvedin DeSue, host paster. Rev. WEDNESDAYChili $56.Sewing machine, straight $95 down. Monthly paymentsto
must be sworn to by the Williams and Walter Thomas
this action. stitch, $20. Ph. 9648464 or suit your budget. Ph. 468- MISCELLANEOUSWant
claimant, his agent or his at- 6. That the Petitioner has will be in attendance. Mr. Lettuce Salad with Tomato see at 726 E. Thomas St. 1551 or 964-8331 tfchg
torney, or it will become void made diligent search and Thomas is our delegate from HAMPTONAREA Green Beans Starke. 1tp

according to law.EUGENE. inquiry, and to the best of her the church. Fresh Fruit .

knowledge, the Husband is not French Bread ------------
F. SHAW, as presently engaged in the Armed Greater Bethel Freewill Milk FOR SALE Acre Homesites, to rent or

Executor of the Estate of Services of the United States or NEWS I FOR SALE Grade quarter horse one-half mile south of town lease fenced pasture suitablefor

BELLE M. PRIEST, of any other country, he is over THURSDAY mare, good game and on west side of 301. From cattle. From 30 acres to

Deceased the age of twenty-one years, FontalM Thanksgiving Dinner: pleasure-youth horse, trophy $2,695. Ph. 9646191.2tp 11-1 any amount. Prefer Bradfordor
10-184t 11-8 and presently resides at 116 !it's_a woman's 87 Joae&Hne Turkey and Dressing winner. 2 horse drover trailer- neighboring county but will
Castor Street Rochester New Mashed Potatoes and Gravy consider elsewhere. J. L.
tandem, 1 year old, excellent ------------
Broccoli or Cole Slaw Gladwell Starke, 9648613.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF York.WHEREFORE, Petitioner -ji CITY NEWSA Cranberry Sauce condition.1119. 1tp Hampton, 468- TV Color picture .ubes only *79 Itp

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- respectfully requests that this Hot RollsPumpkin plus labor, Dahmers Discount.
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Court grant a dissolution of her special meeting of the Pie tfchg ------------
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE marriage to J. B. JONES, by MARY LEE THOMPSONDo Hampton City Council was Milk
No. Respondent. called to discuss buying the ---------- -- :SEWING MACHINE makes,
you have a floor that parcel of land adjoining the FRIDAY ,adding machines; typewriters; cleaned, oiled and adjusted

IN RE: The Marriage of SAN- IDA MAE BLUE JONES squeaks? A door that sticks? Old City Dump. There are Peanut Butter and Jelly T ffice supplies. Bradford County MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also $7.00. All work guaranteed.

DRA JEAN BENNETT, A faucet that leaks or a lock approximately two acres. The Sandwich elegraph. IFTypewriters. mobile home hurricane an- James Strickland, Rt. 2 Box)

Petitioner, and RICHARD PAUL STATE OF FLORIDA that doesn't latch? If so, what Council agreed to buy the Macaroni and Cheese choring and mobile home roof 65F, Starke. Phone 9648733.
BENNETT land. The next regular Greens with Roots coating. Ohn's MOBILE Home 2tp 1115.WANTED .
Respondent. COUNTY OF CLAY do you do about it? Turnip Smith-Corona
meeting will be held Nov. 13. ; Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.
There was a time when you Fruit CupCookie electric and manual. Bradford Starke Fla.
tfchg ------------
NOTICE OF SUIT BEFORE ME, the undersigned
County Telegraph. TF
could call on a neighborhood FIRE NEWS
authority, personally appearedIDA Milk
handy man. But those daysare FOR SALE Collards, cabbageand
probably forever. Firemen of the VolunteerFire broccoli 2 Used furniture
RICHARD PAUL BENNETT upon being duly sworn, deposesand gone plants. cents ,
489 Blackbird Lane says that she is the Wife in Today most homemakers haveto Dept. of Hampton will each. Also turnips by the refrigerators, washers Dah

Madison, Wisconsin 53704 the foregoing cause for the learn how to take care of meet next Monday evening.The House bunch, in Hampton. Call 468- mer's Discount House. tfchg

purposes therein expressed and home repairs themselves.But Ladies Auxiliary of the Painting 1315 after 3 p. m. Itp
Volunteer Fire .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat that the statements contained in that's not so Hampton
easy home of Mrs.
an action for dissolution of the foregoing cause are true and Dept. met at the ------------ I I FREE
either. When do you need a Barbara Bruno. The drawingfor Free EstimatesCall kittens,
marriage has been filed againstyou correct to the best of her housebroken. One solid white
and you are required to knowledge. claw hammer, a slip-joint the Thanksgiving Turkeywill FOR SALE Registered Angus
serve a copy of your written plier, molly)] screws or toggle be held at the regular Bull Calves. J. B. White. and one tiger 9646053. Itp.

defenses, if any, to it on SHAW Jan R. Thomas bolts? If you're not an expe- meeting of the Senior Citizens Phone 964-6114. tfchg
--- -
Anytime ---- --
AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor Notary Public rienced do-it-yourselfer, you Club Nov. 16. Winners will be
posted in Waters Grocery --- --------
Petitioner, whose address is State of Fla at Large need someone or somethingto LOT WANTED For residence -
142 West Call Street, P. O. Box My Commission expires: 5-23-77 explain the fix-it facts and Store and the Hampton Must be close in -
General Store. They will also Day or NightAverage FOR SALE -5 acres with 300' on approximately -
1086, Starke, Florida 32091, and 100' 100'
tool x or
terminology. road, 2 miles east of
be notified by the Auxiliary. country
file the original with the Oerk of PAUL D. NEWELLAttorney
larger. Call Claude Crowson,
Just off the press is a new There was a discussion about Starke, $5,000. Phone 964-
the above-styled Court on or for WifeP.
96 6305 4734225.
before November 20, 1973, O Box 654 booklet by the U.S. Depart- the Christmas float to be 6479. 1tp or

otherwise a judgment may be Keystone Heights, Fla.32666 ment of Agriculture's Exten- entered in the parade. The
-- -- --- -
entered against you for the relief sion Service. Called "Simple Ladies Auxiliary are invitingany

demanded in the Petition. By Paul D. NewellOf Counsel Home Repairs," it tells you ladies interested ,in * * * I WANTED
WITNESS hand and the joining the Auxiliary to leave WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Egg pickers, ex
my 10-18 4t 11-8 how to fix problem doors and perienced.
their name and phone, or their Hampton egg
seal of said Court on the 12 day
of October, 1973. windows, caulk cracks and address, at the Hampton $350 farm, Hampton, Fla. Ph. 468
NOTICE seams around tubs and showers General Store. The next Many brands of new vacuums 1571 after 7 p.m Itp

GILBERTS. BROWN, Barrett Concrete Products, Inc. and take care of many meeting place will be an- $39.00 up. Used machines
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT has made Application to the household emergencies. It nounced later. from $10., Expert Repairs all -- -- --- ---

By: Donna M. Branson Bradford County Zoning Board also gives hints on how to BIRTHDAYS Houses makes.all Parts vacuums.and Accessoriesfor Built in WANT TO START a country

Deputy Oerk for reclassification of the eliminate squeaks, leaks, and central vacuum cleaning and/or rock band? If interested -

property described below from sticky latches. Main call 9648675. ltp.r .
10-184t 11-8 Donnie Lott celebrated his systems. 712 N. ,
Open Rural to BW (Wholesaleand The section on using basic birthday, Nov. 3. He first hada 964-5236 ltp Gainesville 3767110.
Warehouse) Sec. 33 tools includes the handling of -- -- -- ---
party at the home of his
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Township 6S Range 22E N 1/2
a standard-size claw hammer, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.P. .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of NE 1/40f SE 1/4 EW6A) Ex) screwdrivers, pliers and H. Lott and then went to _' reatttt.rr ______'_ _- _..----..

FLORIDA IN AND FOR R/W Property lying South of w i.enc h Jacksonville to._ he__ with un__ _his___ j .1BILL'S
BRADFORD COUNTY. Case SCL R/W, East of SR100 and ""
No. 73.225 North of SR100A (Griff Loop; mother. Donnie was 14 years

This change in classification is O old. C.B. RADIO i

CIVIL ACTIONIn subject to a public hearing to be FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ..
held November 27, "
on Tuesday
Re The of CARL 1973 at 7:30 in the County given that the undersigned i
: Marriage : p.m.
Russell S. Crews, P. Steve Varnum graduatedfrom
FOSTER, husband. and Commission room at the & EQUIPMENT
0 Box 303, Waldo, Florida a four weeks course in
JOHNNIE LEE FOSTER, wife Bradford County Court House at
which time all persons interested doing business under the Scuba diving, at the Tom
firm name of "Crews LonghornRestaurant" Allen Aquatic and Trail
NOTICE SUIT- shall be heard for or against the
No Property proposal, as specified in the U. S. 301 South, Center, in Gainesville. 321 N. Temple Ave Starke Fla.
Zoning Code of Bradford Starke, Bradford County, Graduation was Nov. 4. Mr.Varnum's I I
Florida 32091. Intends to registersaid graduation dive
To County.
fictitious name under the was 80 feet down. The Scuba

Johnnie Lee Foster John Torode, Chairman provisions of aforesaid statue. School instructor is Tom Allen I
Dated at Starke, Florida this who is co-host with Marlin
You notified Bradford County Zoning Board.
are hereby that
1st day of November, A. D. Perkins on The Wild Kingdom
L. M. Gaines, Director I
an action for dissolution of 1973. I SPECIAL
TV. has
marriage has been filed against on Hampton now a
Scuba Diver.
you Johnnie Lee Foster and 11/82tp 1115IN qualified
Russell S. Crews, Owner
you are required to serve a copyof I
11/841p 11/29
Edgar E. King visited the
written defenses, if
your any THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Church last
Hampton Baptist C
to it, on the plaintiffs attorney
Sunday. a
whose name and address is NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR resident of Hampton Lake and I
P. P. I
Dudley Hardy Esq. O REGISTER x
BRADFORD COUNTY CASE enjoys returning now a nd then One Time
Drawer 1030, Starke, Rorida, NO. FICTITIOUS NAME
to renew acquaintancesand I
32091, and file the original with
the clerk of the above Pursuant to make new friends.
to Section
styled 865.09
IN RE: The Marriage of ALENEC.
court on or before December 20, Florida Statutes, notice is I
STARLING Petitioner, and Donald Helle of Hampton i
1973: otherwise a judgementmay hereby given that the un- Pearce Simpson
LOUIE LEE STARLING SR, entered some of his orange -
be entered against you for dersigned J. R. Crosby, Rt. 1,
the relief demanded in the Lawtey, Bradford County, blossom honey in the
Jacksonville fair two I
Florida 32058 in
complaint or petition. doing business
WITNESS my hand and the NOTICE OF SUIT under the firm name of "Nash- classes, and took a first and

seal of said Court on October ville South" Rt. 1, Lawtey, third place in competition t
To TomCat $13295Same
1973. LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR. Bradford County, Florida, intends among a total of 40 entries. -
to register said fictitious
Address Unknown Mr. and Mrs. Donald Helle
Gilbert S BrownAs name under the provisions of ,
attended the annual Fla. State
Clerk of said Court aforesaid statue.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Beekeepers Convention held As Puma
Dated at Starke
an action for dissolution of Plus Tax
this in the Thunderbird I
By: Beulah M. Moody 2nd day of November A. O. year
has been
As Deputy Clerk marriage filed againstyou 1973. Motor Motel In Jacksonville, Only
10-254t 11-22 and you are required to Nov. 1st to 3rd.
serve a copy of your written I
J. R. Crosby, Sole Owner
defenses, if any, to it on 11/84tp 11/29 Martha Warren Is home Minor Change;

RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney from the Medical Center, I
Notice of IntentionTo for Petitioner, whose address is after surgery. I InstallationWith
Register 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box PUBLIC HEARING

Fictitious Name 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and
file the original with the Clerk of 7:30: p.m. November 13 1973 SCHOOLNEWSMrs. I

Pursuant to Section 86609 the above-styled Court on or

Florida Statutes, notice is before December 10, 1973, Bradford County School Board Katherine Wiggles- I Antenna
hereby given that the undersigned otherwise a judgment may be Officesto worth's Fourth Grade class is

Quality Mobile Home entered against you for the relief doing a special study of food

Brokers, D/B/A ABC Mobile demanded in the Petition. discuss and receive and nutrition. Each child is I
Homes P. O. Box 2253 WITNESS my hand and the recommendations pursuant to encouraged to keep a recordof Hustler Base LoadedSame

Tallahassee, Fla. 32304, doing seal of said Court on the 2nd day application for a Federal Grant food and drink consumed at

business under the firm name of of November, 1913.GILBERTS.. under the Emergency School each meal and between I

ABC Mobile Homes 2201 N. Aid Act. Advisory Committee meals. The results are talliedat As Big Mama a/s

Temple Ave. (U.S. 301:) North) BROWNAS (listed below) will be present to the end of the day to emphasize I

Starke, Bradford County CLERK OF SAID COURTBy hear recommendations. the importance of a

Florida 32091. Intends to register balanced diet.

,said fictitious name under the : Beulah M. Moody Leona Royal, Foster Shi Smith, The entire school enjoyedthe I
provisions of aforesaid statute. Deputy Clerk Ethel Hall, George Harper, Halloween program given Johnson 123A Have Gone Up -

Dated at Starke, Florida this 11/84t 11/29 Joyce Riherd, Jesse Moore, Pat by Mrs. Earsalene Zim-

19th day of October A. D. 1973.E. Farnsworth, George Huggins, merman's Sixth Grade class

Robert G. Green, Edna Kitties, last week. '
C.Allen NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Jan Powell, Sarah Prince, H. M. Mrs. Harold Waters and her Retail To $159 '

Chairman of Board REGISTER Hatcher, Jr., Johnnie Thomas, committee wish to thank all / Bill'sPrice $14495 I..
Mobile Home Industries FICTITIOUS NAME Maurice Williams, Donna who made the PTA Carnival a

10-2541 11.21 Prevatt, Rodney Holland, and success. The approximate
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Woman's Club Representative. profit realized! that eveningwas I

Florida Statutes Notice Is It 11/8 $570.( .-.._--___r rrioa.rr _r C-C--I- UH>- err ,

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bedroom 1970 2 bedroom 12 x 64 Mobile Ten delicious colors of soft tip -
t lot Lawtey home after on private 5p.m.1 782-acre Home, $3995. ABC Mobile o..C. Carnes CARL BEGGS pens, Expresso Showcase. AT REDUCED RATES $ .SAYE $
J 3806. hp Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., Bradford County Telegraph. TF I
Gainesville, Fla. 32601 Itchg Nursery Gulf Service AUTO FIRE. BOAT FRED DAVIS

--- -- ---- THOUSANDSOF Magic Transparent tape, all DOYLE E. CONNERsizes. GMC TRUCKS
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apartment, furnished, air 12 x 55 Champion 2 bedroom TREES.SHADE::TREES. Telegraph. TF TCHG "A LITTLE RIDE CAN

NURSERY Pre-school instruction conditioned. Inquire at 119 N. new carpet $2995. ABC EVERGREENS.CAMELLIAS SAVE YOU A LOT'
2 Walnut St. Mobile Homes,4545 NW AZALEAS, ROSES MOST INCANS -
ages through 5. tfchg 13th PARTSFOR GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Hours 9 to 12. Call 964-8404. St., Gainesville, Fla. 32601 PLANT ANYTIME I silL; ;
2t. ------------ Itchg. LANDSCAPING 23 MI. RADIO & EQUIP--1
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile -- FLORAHOME 659-2165 MOST MAKESOF 321 N.TEMPLE AVE. A.A. Meeting
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homes outside city limits. J. CARS I STARKE.FLORIDA I FRIDAY NIGHT

LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast B. White.call Ph. 964-6114. If no 3 Bedroom, Living Room, JIMMY MOORE'S I JOHNSON 123 A PRICES HAVE GONE UP 8:30: P.M.
with X-II Diet Plan answer 964-6152. tfchg 24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE .
$3.00 Dining Room, Kitchen, 11-2

X-Pel REDUCE, $3.00.Excess Money Fluids Back with ------------ bath, CB construction in City. Sun SportsMORE HWY 301 N.WALDO RETAIL $159.95 I ,39O N CHERRY ST.

Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp 3 Bedroom, Living Room, YOUR MONEY PHONE 468-199S I BILL'S PRICE '139" : WANT TO DRINK.THAT'S
11-8 Dining Room, Kitchen, 1
bath, CB construction in City. STARKE PH 964-5791 I PEARCE SIMPSON YOUR BUSINESS..

LOST AND FOUNDLOST Large lot, well landscaped, "I TOM CAT 23 ,
:n- and dry, close to all conveniences MartinCampers ,
I.I.FO i information World Book in City. STERN DRIVE SERVICE I RETAIL $139.95 OUR
Encyclopedia call M, AND REPAIR BUSINESSsssssssssssss
A, ,
Boston Terrier (Male). ,
Payne, 964-6560 after 5 rj.m' Name Jeff. If found or know 10 acres, with pines, quiet COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. BILL'S PRICE '11995
tfchg. whereabouts notify Mitchell neighborhood, just out of REPAIR u.s.PHONE 90 WEST, LAKE CITY I BUY NOW & SAVE ,
Brown. Reward. Ph. 782- City. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-

Three nice lots in country, each TRAVEL TRAILERS 72 HR.SERVICE 964-8361 I .,. ...
WANTED lot has paved road frontage. L .,. .
horse saddles, what -- ---------- MINI-HOMES ..
have you got? Dahmers ((1)) 3.56 acres United FarmAgencyInc TRUCK CAMPERSAND ---------------1SPECIAL

Discount tfchg. ((2)) 2.89 acres
((3)) 2.22 acres TOPPERSFULL 2 TCHG


.... ......11II Call us, we have more PAUL a IRENE SERVICE TF : 1974 Saratoga :N
BUYING pecans daily at State FAULKNERASSOCIATES .,.
Farmers Market. J. R. Only $45 Down : 12'x45'v ...

Wainwrlght. tfchg. A.J.THOMAS-REALTOR 2305 N.TEMPLE AVE. Anton's 2 Bedrooms ".

---------- -- 964-6162 GEORGE REAl.ESTATE H08ERTS 'WANT STARKE.TO FLA.SELL 964-5O65 OR BUY Mobile Homes Monthly Payments As Low : 1 Bath ..,.;

2 BR CB furnished $10,000 SINGLES a DOUBLE *,. I .
WANTED-One As $27 Per MonthLOTS Special
reliable REAL
dealerto ESTATE?
3 BR yy
handle room $17,000 986 N. Temple Ave., StarkePh. WIDES .,. .
quality built fold- Large 2 B R Cor Lot $25,500 964-7826 CALL,US FOR BEST PRICES EXPANDO ROOMS& ADD
down camper. Very small 9 Acres in Waldo $12,500 Wayne PROSPECTS WAITING ITFCHGLICENSED ON ROOMS $4595 ::
investment required. For 19AcresonSR-16 $16,000 Ph Douglas.':964!! 65M Associate! ...................
further information contact FREE DELIVERY AND SET .,. ...

MAJESTIC MFG. CO., P. O. s UP 100 MILE RADIUS 1973 Saratoga
Ci = :y
Box 408, Adel Ga. 31620 or Betar BANK FINANCINGHWY
Call 9125497220. 2tp. 11/8 FOR SALE Beautiful year MILLER BrownVolkswagen i Jree.Service 17 NORTH 12'x52' ".
round home on Lake Geneva,
only 2 years old. 3 BR, 2 1 1/2 GREEN COVE y 2 Bedrooms =
------------ TEL.284-5OO1
baths,C/H and C/A,$55,000. 264-7311 Mobile Homes & Houses ** (Front ft Rear) ".
To See call Mrs. Cannon TF
at .
STEAM CLEANING- Engines of e/.. 1 Bath ".
all types, automotive, farm Quality Realty. 372-8441, or Phone 46815519648331

machinery. Boyd Service, Ph Homa372-1469.2tchg. 11/15. INSURED $4795 E
9648359. tfchg Z
------------ FREE ESTIMATES I .......................
PO. BOX 605
low transfer fee. .,
variety And UsedSALES .
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL PHONE 964-527O 219 E.WASHINGTON ST "
leave at Jackson Building 475.2233 STARKE.FLA.
Supply, Starke or Keystone 13th St., Gainesville, Fla. GAINESVILLE CHEYENE CROSS -1973 Holiday y
L.J. BON NELL PARTS Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE

Heights Tfcfg.- 32601-1tchg.------ 830.13T1122AduitMobile. SERVICE: NO WAX FLOOR" x4.59 Z.. Spanish H..


HI neighbor! Tried Blue Lus- FOR SALE 200 watt Fender elm PER so. YD Z. 12'x65'v ;.;

tre for cleaning carpets? It's amp w/twin speakers, ] Plumbing Supplies Beautifully SculpturedHI .. 3 Bedrooms ''...
super! Rent electric sham- reverb/tremblo and Fender Home Park
pooer $1. Devrlck Inc., 301 dul-sonic guitar. Both for SALES PARTSSERVICE: EXPERT SERVICEON LOW NYLON Z 2 Full Baths see y

E. Call St., 964-6163. $300. Ph. 7823020.. Itchg. NEW AND USED IN CITY UMITS $30 A MONTH ALL MAKES MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS MC A_ *.. It To Believe It, U.
No hunting signs; for sale and GROCERY AND NEW Z $8295 U
rent signs. Bradford County REPOSSESSION 12 x 40 2 Harfred Auto Snag ...................... .
Telegraph. TF B.R small transfer fee Imports, Inc.
assume mo. payment less i 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY = =
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.TF Gainesville Homes, 4545, Fla.NW 21601.13th Itchg.St., ", U.S. 301 SOUTH 864-N.TEMPLE AVE. I INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO.YD I. ."aN

TF PHONE 964-881O Magic Transparent tape, all \\ =
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PENS. BRADFORD Poultry Equip.Of ONOMOMo+o Tractor Co. sizes. Bradford County ... .,.
Hippo Telegraph. TF
j COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 19 NEW COLOR TV of your choice eC\t\n
cents and 25 TF All Kinds.R. = c U
, cents. CAN be added to your mobile Long Champ FURNITUREFurniture
home purchased from ABC. 4A. "
t ABC Mobile Homes, 4545 NW Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. Home and Farm MachinesNEW ...

AUTOMOBILESUSED 13th St., Gainesville, Fla. CO. ..1974 Saratoga H.
Itchg. [Building MaterialsWE & USED At Discount ...

i .... 317 E. BROWNLEE. BUILD COMPLETE Z. 12'xer z.
-------- 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464 .
I FOR SALE Chevrolet 1964 1971 2 Bedroom. Small equity, FURNISHINGSUP % zv
YOUR LOT OR OURS" Gainesville Fla.
Super Sport Impala 2 door, assume payments. Less than PHONE 964-6819 TO 40% SAVINGS .*: 2 Bedrooms *..
bucket $75 a month. ABC Mobile FREE ESTIMATES .
. seats. V/8 engine, .
auto trans., power steering Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., TFCHG WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA"a Baxley Chair Co. :. 1 Bath N.
Gainesville, Fla. 32601 Itchg.
4 extra clean. Ph. 9647226. 1tp

f ADDITIONS .____ J .... ___....... 648 CASSETT 1 BLOCK :: $6395 y
____ ____ __ ----------- FROM 1.10JACKSONVILLE .

I FOR SALE 1967 Mustang one 1970 2 bedroom 12 x 64 Mobile SewingMachine HOMES TRADED BOUGHT -SOLD HELP WANTED : 389-1741 :5 i974SaratogaZ 4A H

: owner, clean, 289 Cu. inch Home, $3995. ABC Mobile ACREAGE FOR SALE AUTO ELECTRIC ...
2. engine, automatic tran Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., No Experience Necessary : 12'x61' .
smission. Call 964-5827 or Gainesville, Fla. 32601 Itchg. 964-6853
964-5657 SALES AND SERVICE II PEAVY Brothers .*. 2 Bedroom **..
after 530.: 1tchg.J HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF i Steady Work, Fringe Benefits ..
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J ____ __ __ ___ PFAFF ELNA Electric Co. :. 1 Bat h...

; t HELP WANTEDHELP J ABC new Mobile LAY-A-WAY Home 4545 PLAN.NW Real Estate National ProteinROAD I GENERATORS M........................*.
13th St., Gainesville, Fla. $49.50 up REGULATORS
32601 Broker 21 HAMPTON. FLA.I = Used =

ltchg.------ PARTS a REPAIRS ON ALL I nc. i AUTOTRUCK 12'xBO' .
-- N Zv
WANTED Female for OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational Buy Sell- Trade- Diesel .
house work 2 days a week. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:00: A.M.TO 5:00: P.M. I II .* 3 Bedrooms v..
1, Ph. 964-6945. 2tchg. NEW COLOR TV of your choice AppraisalsCALL I 4044 LENOX AV.JAX. .
CAN be added to your mobile AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER I 387-2528 w. I'/iBath S.
r home purchased from ABC. BILL POWELL v- .
4545 NW OFFICE 964-6464 ._ _. . .. :. 24'x44' .
.y --
13th St. - --- ----------
Gainesville, Fla. FLA. -----------------------
, HELP WANTED Receptionist Itchg. RESIDENCE964681O :::; 2 BedroomsU
I with experience of Secretarywith 378-1355 R. T. LOVORN REALTOR
at least 5 years office .
------------ 1%/ Bath Z
, experience.Office hours Mon- 473-3254 4734692IDEAL N. .

Fri.8:45: to 1; no one under 30 SALESHWY. M ......... ...........4r.U ..
yrs. old need to apply. Call for REPOSSESSION 12 x 50 2 All ".
appointment for personal B,R.small transfer fee assume 100 W. PH. 964-5606 Lrr ..
interview. Dr. R. E. Dopson. mo. payment less than ;i 22000. N

2tchg. 11/15 7500. ABC Mobile Homes, THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME Fullyhd"
ACRES. 16000.
--- --------- Gainesville, Fla. 32601. Itchg. 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM a CARPETTHROUGHOUTFALL ROOM.11/2 ". ....................... "

Part time night :
11 7 zZ
auditor p.m. to a.m. TV b/w $35.00 New 3 BUILDING LOTS WITH LAKE ACCESS. FROM S1OOO TO S35OO. .
Apply in person to Holiday Inn ; pieceBr.
of Starke. No phone calls suit $79.00; Tilt Boat
please. Itchg. Trailer $135.00; 15 Foot 3 BEDROOM. 1 BATH FRAME HOME.CARPORT AND UTILITY ROOM S12.9OO. : Mobile Homes ::

Fiberglass Boat $225.00; Car w w
Tires, even wide sizes at cost; Swing Operators CROSBY LAKE
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:: N:
12 gauge 3" magnum pump Ward Tyre
shot gun $125.00; Boys 2 BEDROOM.2 BATH MOBILE HOME.LARGE LIVING ROOM AND 14 X 44 ww
FOR RENT 1 Bicycle 3 weeks old $43.00; Experienced: Preferred But We Will Train. ADDED PATIO; FENCED YARD. CH&A.COMPLETELY FURNISHED. SI9.2OO.' w (The Old Man) w
t Waterless cookware
$79.99 Now $29.99; If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent 473-4692 Manager "
Tableware was $49.95 Now Employment. ..
$19.95; 6 Renault tires on the AFTER OFFICE HOURS CALL:
FOR RENT 7 room house 3 wheels will sell cheap. Bush's NStarke: Fla.::
bedrooms screened porch. Gulf Bait and Tackle Shop, Cadillac Uniform Co. CECE LIA TERWILLEGAR 964-5145! JIM FOX 473-4148 ,

Close to new shopping center. 263 North Temple, Starke, EDNAKNEPPER 473-4111 CB. MCAFEE 473-4O5O! Z: Msssssssssssss
441 C.
Call 9648378. 1tp. Fla. 964-7361. 2t Brownl.e
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Turk. On Thursday she Mrs. Cora Hodges and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson, and with her brot6er-in- and Ruth Griffis and girls, Mrs.
attended a Sunday: School Marian Hall of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Darlene Norman were sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Darlene Norman and sons,
Faith Baptist Church Class meeting with Mrs. Tuesday overnight BY ELIZABETH TERRY hostesses at a stork shower for Wilkerson.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Radio Program over WPXE Mullins at the home of Mrs. guests of their sister, Mrs. Mrs. Bettie Higginbotham, at Wilkerson, and Mrs. Laura
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible Lynn Bowen. They served a Hester Hicks. present. Adam North won the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones the home of' Mrs. Darlene Pauline Tweedler and Manning, attended the
School 10 a.m., Worship covered dish luncheon at prize for costumes, and Jeff and daughter, and Mrs. Linda Norman. After several daughter Lisa, of Tampa wedding of their brother,
Services 11 a m. and 7:30: p.m. noon. The sympathy of the North, of Maxville, won the Crawford and daughter, of games the honoree opened spent Friday with Mrs. Elva James Padgett, and Mrs.
School on Bible Doctrine, community is extended to prize bobbing for apples.J. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. her gifts. They served Reddish. Hazel Morris, of Jacksonville,
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nor- Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts Earl Wilkerson,and Raymond delicious refreshments to the on Sunday in the Lane Avenue
home. Prayer meeting, man and family and Mrs. and family, of Mayport, in the C. Prevatt, Jr. and Mr Wilkerson, of Raiford were 15 ladies present.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Baptist Church, at 1 p.m. The
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Elnora Privett spent the death of their son who passed and Mrs. Terry Landrum and dinner guests of their parents, of Starke, and Mrs. Bryant reception was held at the
Study. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. away Saturday due to a tragic family, of Gainesville, spent Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. and Mrs. C. A. North Reddish visited her brother- bride's home.
The meeting at the church Emery Eunice and family, of accident. The Watts have Sunday afternoon with his Another guest of the and family, of Jacksonville, in-law and sister, Mr. and
over the weekend was well Jasper Tenn. While there purchased a home here and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkersons and her motherwas attended the Lawtey Mrs. J. M. Wilson, of Mac- Carl Moore of Live Oak
attended, interest was good, they went to Lookout Moun- plan to move in the near Prevatt. their sister, Mrs. Dorothy Elementary School Halloween clenny Sunday afternoon., attended Homecoming at
and messages were well tain. On Monday the 22nd Mr. future. Reid, of Brooker. Carnival Saturday night Grace Baptist Church, near
received. They had visitors and Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. Jack Kuhne, Helen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Starke. Afterwards he visitedhis
from Inverness, St. Petersburg stopped by for a visit during Mrs.Jack Kuhne, Helen and Randy,attended the funeral of Mrs. Laura Manning, of and sons, Mr. and Mrs. cousins, Mrs. Joyce Futch
Ocala, Gainesville, the day. Cleon King viewed the her nephew, Jim Kuhne, in Mr. and Mrs.and Ovid Den- Lake Wales, spent the week Eugene Taylor and girls, Mrs. and Miss Elizabeth Terry.
Lake, Lake City mark, and Mr. Mrs.W. T.
Orlando .
Bradford Band Mar on Wednesday.Mrs.
Greenville, Tallahassee, and Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn High Basford, of Jacksonville,
ching Contest at University of
many from Lawtey. and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mildred French of spent Sunday afternoon with
Florida Football Stadium
their and niece, Mr.
spent Saturday with her Gainesville, on Saturday. Jacksonvile spent the long nephew
Grace United Methodist daughters and son-in-law, Bradford High Band won first weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.. George Shuford and A balance with
Church Sunday School 9:45: Mrs. Maines Griffis and place. Donald Wilkerson, and attended family.Mr. any
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. children and Mr. and Mrs. services with them at
and7p.m. MYF Wednesday, 7pm. Virgil Griffis and family, of and Mrs. Sidney
Calvary Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley
Hansen, and Mrs. Walter
followed Choir Florida
by Palatka. National
Starke on Sunday Other Bank
visited the family of their Martin, of Starke, were
Practice at 730.:
guests who attended services
uncle, Ray Mosley, deceased, Sunday guests of her son-in-
Mrs. Joyce Futch of with them that day were Mr.
at Middleburg
Highland Baptist Church Blackshear, Ga. spent the on Sunday. and Mrs. Charlie Watson and law and daughter, Mr. and
They also called on their uncle
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. long weekend with her sister, son of Macclenny. Their Mrs Kenneth Prater, of
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Alley will
Worship Services, 11 am. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Murray, while there. brother and sister-in-law, Mr Jacksonville. While there they weighin
services with
attended them
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. attended the revival at Grace and Mrs. Benny Wilkerson of
Evening Service, 7:30: Prayer Baptist Church and after which they enjoyed a
Mr. and Mrs C. A. North Jacksonville spent the afternoon -
meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Homecoming on Sunday.Mr. and family, of Jacksonville, with them. covered dish luncheon. favor.
pm. entertained at a Halloween your :
Friends of Jack Estes, of
and Mrs. Paul Griffis
Mrs. J. F. Robertson spent
Church of God Sunday visited Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Party Friday night. Mr. and the weekend with her son-in- Biiswick, Ga., regret to
Mrs J. F. Robertson, Mrs.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Williams of Keystone learn that he is a patient in
Heightson law and daughter, Mr. and
Edith Swinney, and Mr. and
vices 11 am. and 6 p.m. Friday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. S. L. Swindell and sons Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEJef
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Mrs. C. K. Cowan and family, ,
7:30: p.m.LAWTEY. C. R. Crews was a attened the party. Approximately of Jacksonville. Carl Norman, Mrs. dt Cldi Street" Telephone 964.7050
SCHOOL NEWSA guest of her son-in-law and 25 persons were Eugene Taylor, Mrs.

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. -;:!;: -!""' I.=
program designed to Tommy Clayton and son, of
honor all Veterans has been Jacksonville, Friday until .. FBI., SAT.ft .
scheduled for Monday, Nov. Tuesday of last week.
12, at 8:45.: Military IF HON.I ONLY 1
representatives of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly I
National Guard and VFW Post visited their sister, Mrs. Roy
will be on hand for the Tomlinson, in Belleview on
ceremony. All parents or Thursday.Mr. DOLLAR STORES
other interested persons are
invited to attend. and Mrs. Sam Thomasof
November 12 -16 is National Jacksonville are the proud | "Homt oft/if 'VaAi* Ituntvu.
Book Week; and this year's parents of a girl, in Baptist
theme is "Books Make a Hospital on Oct. 29. The baby
Difference." This is the 54th is Mr. and Mrs. Luther
year of celebration in the Hilliard's niece. Hours
United States. The week is

sponsored by The Children's Friends of Mrs. George 9:00: am -1:00: PIM
Book Council, an organizationof Kelly regret to learn that sheis DUE TO UNSEASONABLY WARM
children's book publishers a patient in St. Vincent's Monday Thru Saturday
throughout the United States. Hospital, Jacksonville. FALL WEATHER, WE ARE, OVERSTOCKED!

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin son and and Mrs.daughter-in-law H. C. Crews,,Mr.of Starke SAVE 3O % TO 5O % NOW

and Donna spent the weekend Clearwater, and her son-in-
with their sister, Mrs. Gaynell law and daughter, Mr and
Mooty of Clarkston, Ga. Mrs. Bill Woodard of Largo,

Miss Elizabeth Terry recently ; &; SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
returned home Friday after a
Mrs. Morris Kelley, Tammyand
10-day visit with Mrs. Opal
Mullins and Donald Brandeis, Tim spent Saturday with I
her mother, Mrs. Robert d 0<
of Mabletoti Ga., and Mrs. M.
M Turk, of Decatur, Ga. Hodges of Macclenny /
While there she attended
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine
services on Sunday at Decatur x rli
Heights Baptist Church with Thompson are the proud .
parents of a son, Chadwick
Bruce, born Oct. 31 in St. % \ 4 :;
Luke's Hospital Jacksonville. i// L5SM
Their mother, Mrs. Elzie
Wrangler Bullard of Jacksonville, is ,
spending some time with them spw
BootsFOR while Mrs. Thompson is

THE I l convalescing.Mr. J
Men's l I
WHOLEFAMILY and Mrs. Tommy l
Clayton of Jacksonville spent k
Friday with their mother, Dress Boy's & Girl's
Mrs. C. R. Crews. While here LADIES' BRUSHED L LADIES'
they had a new trailer set up 1 GIRLS' r.
G BOOTS for her. ; .- r Pants Two PieceSets LADIES'


Carter and daughter, and her
mother, Mrs. A. C Kirkland $500and REGULAR '5 '3 REGULAR '5 '5
Belts-Wallets went to Austell. Ga. and spent '
the weekend with her brother- 200
Bags-Accessories in-law and sister and family, $ d1144
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lovvern. $188 $88 $1)33

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Graham were guests of their
IN LEATHER parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold

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Bobby and Billy Wolfe of r1
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