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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents

No. 16 Thursday November 15, 1973 Copy








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Some idea of what is

currently on a classroom

Mobile Home instructor's mind was

given the Bradford

School Board last week

t a Ban Extended Association when Bradford Education Vice


President Wayne

McLeod listed six "goals"

Until FebruaryStarke teachers accomplish.would like to


city commissionerson posed beginning August 6 by At last Tuesday's sessionthe
Tuesday, November 6, the city commissioners upon school board heard the
extended: the ban on the the recommendation of L. M. comments but took no action
placement of mobile homes Gaines, who at that time was other than to tell McLeod it
within the city limits until the Chairman of the Starke will continue to listen to the

February 7, 1974. Zoning Board, and was slatedto county's teachers. The six
The original ban was im- expire November 6. goals are:

The reason for such a ban I 1)) A starting'( salary for a
'.' being imposed was the resultof beginning teacher of $8,000.
.Ii: ,':.::tit. Murder an old city ordinance Present starting salary is
.::;: becoming outdated. It had $7,350.
.
.:': .... been on the books for more 2)) A lower pupilteacherratio.

., "..' than 20 years. McLeod said teachers
>">"l<.i.. autl Charges The old ordinance requiredthat have no complaint about class
... : owners of "house load at the high school, but

.. W4y t.- A trailers," the name formerly that some other classes are
.''., ,.' .,' oa applied to mobile homes, over crowded.
.>,..';" DroppedCharges should have the written 3)) A duty free lunch periodfor
,. permission of the surrounding teachers. Presently
of first degree property owners before in- teachers must eat lunch with
murder against Florida State stalling or placing the "house their students.
Prison inmate James J. trailer" on any piece of 4)) Participation by the
Union-Tigers Celebrate HomecomingSisteenyearold Loedatich were dropped property within the city school board in paying for

Monday after a Bradford limits, hospitalization insurance for

Ella Mae Maxwell: daughter of Mrs. Essie Homecoming activities were kicked off by a Tiger Growl grand jury returned a no true (See PageHunter educational personnel.
5)) Materials and
I Mae Maxwell of Lake Butler, was crowned 1973 Homecoming last Thursday night sponsored by the Union High Student bill in the case.Loedatich Some teachers still have supplies.not
Queen of Union County High School last Friday night, the Council. The Senior Class won the skit competition with The was charged with received supplies ordered last
first black to hold that honor. Tiger Bug Line, a spoofy question and answer session. The killing FSP inmate Jerry Kent school term.
UHS teachers won second place with an imitation of Tiger Barber on September 5, 15
Members of the Court Roxanne
Queen's are Stephenson,
6)) Effective
cheerleaders and football Circuit Judge George L. measures for
"? 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman It.Stephenson of Lake players. discipline. Teachers
Butler; Chrissy Massey, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Friday afternoon saw a parade with floats and the Union Patten presided at the grand concerned about are
jury hearing, at which the Shoots being
Raymond Massey of Raiford, and Cheryl Moooneyham, 17 High band march through town. Float competition was won SelfIn responsible for
decided there insufficient maintaining
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Wallace L. Mooneyham of Raiford. by Lake Butler Elementary School, first place, and the jury was certain disciplinary
Senior Class, grounds for in measures
The four senior coeds selected the Union runner-up. with no effective
were by High dictment. means of
The seniors also won the UHS Spirit Stick, for the most
football team to run for homecoming queen. The queen was school spirit. Assistant State Attorney BlandingRonald enforcement, according to
elected in the student BEA President Louise
voting by body. Harris Tobin presented Koren.
The Union High Tigers didn't fare so well Friday night'( ,
Senior sponsors chosen for the homecoming festivitieswere however, as the Williston Devils soundly defeated them 22-0. evidence in the case for the Sugden, 2442 Drake The"goals"'( emanated froma
Sherrie Ogden, Arlene Schretzman, Michael Griffis, state. Ave., Jacksonville, was in- Teacher Welfare Committee
and Roman Steward. See story on page 5. jured the first of
Four cases were scheduledfor during day composed of teachers,
arraignment and four for hunting season in Blanding, Curriculum Coordinator
Students To Get sentencing, before Circuit when his 12 gauge, double Richard Jockel, Deputy
Judge George L. Patten, barrel shotgun dischargedinto Superintendent W. L.

3 Day Holiday Auto Runs Into Creek Tuesday, November 13, as the his right thigh.Fifteenyearold Kilpatrick and a school board
first action of the fall term of Ronald had member who so far has been
Bradford students will be circuit court got'( under way. just bagged his first deer of Chairman Rodney Hall.A .
treated to a three-day holiday All four of the defendants the season from a tree stand, survey of all teachers in
Four other accidents with 1970 Ford sedan, drivenby according to Officer DentonDeVoe's
next Only one person suffered oc- reloaded his shot and
Wednesday through entered pleas of not guilty and gun the county produced the six
Friday, Nov. 21-23, because a injuries in five automobile curred without any injuries. A Peggy Walden Warner of report.A Judge Patten scheduled trial climbed from the tree to find priority items McLeod said.
teacher planning day accidents in Starke from the 1973 Plymouth sedan, driven MiddleburgonSR-16Nov. 13. 1972 Ford station wagon, date in each case for his kill. lie said all teachers
week of Nov. by Foster Lenore Cady of The Ford sustained damagesof driven by Lacy Thornton, Sr. were
preceeds the two !9-13, according February, 1974. The deer, only wounded, polled and that about 80
Thanksgiving holidays. to the Starke Police Depart- Bernard, Vermont, collided $900 and the Plymouth $450, ,(See Page) George Russell McClenagan'( attempted to crawl away and cent of the teachers in per the

Soon to be on hand are the ment, including one car which pled not guilty to larceny of a Ronald began to beat the deer county are now members of
Christmas holidays which ran into Alligator Creek. motor vehicle. The alleged with the butt of his gun. The BEA, FEA, and NEA.
begin for all school personnelon Ethel Harris j Forsyth, 38, of School Lunch Losses AiredA offense involved the theft of an gun fired both bar ''I into his
Dec. ( But treated Both Chairman Rodney Hall
20. a planning dayon Hampton was and automobile from Terwillegar thigh.
Jan. 2 will extend the released from the Bradford financial review of Covering the school year Continually climbing food Motors on October 17, 1973. Ronald was transported to and Supt. Jim Temple supported -
the teacher for
Christmas holidays for County Hospital, Nov. 12 after Robert Lee Bryant is the Bradford County Hospital request
Bradford school lunch room ending June 30, 1972 the report costs and the fluctuating the
students an extra day. receiving head lacerationsfrom charged with aggravated where he received blood insurance participation by
accounts shows a loss of states 546,318 lunches were number of students eating in school board. said he
-eS-eeSS losing control of her 1970( $11,409 for the 1972-73 school served in the seven food school cafeterias make assault upon the person of transfusions and then movedto Temple
would recommend that actionto
-,-.-. -....".. -- -..-... Ford coupe. year, according to a report service centers in the county. maintaining a balance between Nathaniel Ingram. Both are the Shands Medical Centerin
- the board. Hall stated he
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': _. :.: ; ::.::;::_ Mrs. Forsyth was driving Neil inmates at the Florida State Gainesville for further
prepared by Accountant The report was submitted to costs and
fJ't.wjf.i north on SR-200 at a high rate deputy Prison. A metal pipe was the treatment.It supports the concept, pointingout
Tucker for the Bradford the school board at its Nov. 6 difficult matter, the that his the
... ._. of speed, according to SPD. used in the assault was reported Tuesday employer,
-..- .-....-...-..-.-.. --. -- ---- School Board. meeting. superintendent indicated. He weapon DuPont Co., contributes to
---- which occurred that the condition
October 22. boy's was
-- ---' When Mrs. Forsyth lost Bradford High came the added that school cafeteriasare employee hospitalization
t: J:0. ; ;, control of the Ford, it came closest to breaking even, picking up some students Inmate Ronald A. Cogman good. insurance.

,, .:- : \ ::.-.-:':-:.:, across the median, across the City To Track which is what a federally at this point, although'( student pled not guilty to charges of the James Florida Hubner Wildlife, officer Com-with "You're in an area we needto
: assault and
aggravated
-- southbound lane and into subsidized school food service "
,
.;; :. -==., (See Page 5)) possession of a weapon by a mission reported 5,787 huntersin critically look at Templetold
_. -- Alligator'( Creek Canal, according center is supposed to do, McLeod. "There is a lot of
the
..- .--1, to Officer After release M. L.Sibley's SpeedersOn showing considered a loss of only$44. Thisis state the bill prisoner.; of information According to a from Blanding Nov.Managementarea 10 through dissatisfaction "with our
report. a satisfactory
--i Cooler Weather homemade knife was used in Nov. 13. As of this date 114 present coverage.
from BCH Mrs. record.
W Forsyth was The board's commitment to
Radar the assault upon the person of deer and 7 hogs were killed.
then taken to the Naval Air
share in insurance costs wouldbe
Station in Jacksonville. Other food service centers Expected HereIn inmate Theodore Zeigler. The
Harvest Dinner All right, boys, you'rewarned showed the following losses: incident occurred September considered a fringe benefit
I I Emergency Rescue Squad Starting tomorrow Lawtey Elementary, $72 a week which saw no 27, 1973. Annual Union Temple pointed out, adding:
;
SPONSORED BY 60 was forced to wait 20 (Friday, Nov. 16)) the Starke Brooker Elementary, $650; measurable rainfall,four fires James Jennings, inmate of that such a program would
I JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB minutes by a freight train and Police Department will havean Bradford-Union Vo-Tech burned 17.3 acres and one the Florida State Prison is ThanksgivingService cost money just as would a
was delayed in reaching the eye on YOU. residence, according to the charged with and auto salary increase.
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1 17 1I 1 Center, $1,287; Hampton escape
of the accident. Florida of But Temple added that the
scene To be put Into use Friday is Elementary, $2,274; Southside Department theft. The escape occurred on
6OOP.M.AT a modern, mobile radar unit Elementary $2,632, and Forestry.The October 12, 1973 after which SetThe board is committed he is
I WOMAN'S CLUB home was the Foster committed, and that the
which will detect the speed of Starke $4,446. Jennings stole a motor vehicle
Elementary,
'(CARRY-OUTS AVAILABLE)) News Needed a car going or coming. The residence on SRS-235 near belonging to the Division of annual union school board's participation
DINNER PRICE S2.OO radar unit can be moving or "We're not alarmed at this Brooker. Corrections. Thanksgiving service, "would benefit the entire
j t Early ForThanksgiving still with the vehicle being point," Deputy Supt. W. L. There is a chance of Carlos Armstrong, 18, was sponsored by the Starke system," meaning that
ALSO tracked coming or going. Kilpatrick said Wednesdaywhen showers Friday, according to placed on probation for a Ministerial Alliance, will be custodial personnel, bus
I'A .22 MARLIN AUTOMATIC "We're going to enforce the asked about how 1973 the four day weather outlook period of two years, for held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, drivers, and cafeterias would
RIFLE WITH SCOPE WILL t speed limits," Police Chief school lunch accounts are starting Wednesday; otherwise unlawful delivery of cannabis, Nov. 21, in the First United also be part of the program.
I BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE Due to the Thanksgiving Jimmy Bowen says. The running. An examination will there is little chance of with the additional stipulationthat Methodist Church. Hall suggested'( : that the
holiday which falls on next police department has the unit be made after the first rain over the weekend. Cooler he pay $10 per week for The Thanksgiving'( message teacher welfare committee sit
I HARVEST DINNER Thursday, Nov. 22, The now and has been practicingwith semester to see if accountsare weather is expected Saturdayand child support. will be brought'( by Rev. John down, without an insurance
I YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE Telegraph and published it. But Chief Bowen says running about even as Sunday with patches of Bobby Eugene Bennett, 37, Flynn of St. Mark's Episcopal salesman present, and work
PRESENT TO WfN.I Monitor will be on he didn't want to put it to use they should, he said. early morning ground fog. was sentenced to one year in Church, assisted by Rev. Ben out exactly what coverage'( is
I DONATIONS SI.OO Wednesday, Nov. 21. until the public has been the county jail for possessionof Bryant, pastor of the First desired in a hospitalizationpolicy.
All copy is needed one day notified. Oil Search To Rest limeN ear WaIdo a sawed off shotgun. After Baptist Church of Starke. He said the date to
I c__ ., II t twhr earlier than usual next week. The SPD rented a radar unit 90 days Bonnett will be placedon Choir members of all shoot for is 1974 because the

I II All correspondents, last year, but let it go. Police The search for illusive from Chevron to drill test probation for two years. churches are invited to meetat board must consider the In-
I ((!CommunityAeumb! columnists, club and church officers liked the unit. the city "black gold" will soon be wells just south of Waldo. The William Crosby, 49, was 615: prior to the service, to surance program in its new
I &tatr WunkI reporters are asked to have fathers didn't. Since then the resumed near Waldo, this company tried to strike oil in fined court costs of $51 and rehearse special music under budget.
their copy in our office not city council changed its mind, time by Chevron Oil Com- the same general area several placed on probation for two the direction of William Only other goal that drew
I later than Monday morning allowed Chief Bowen to pany. years ago, but the efforts were years for aggravated assault. George. any comment was the starting
Now h..... UpTo earlier, if possible. budget the $2,200 'unit this Alachua County zoning unsuccessful. Janice Parsons, 18, failed to The offering from this salary request. Supt. Temple

,, F......b.Poa tlO.OOO b..w."bf c..... All advertising copy must year. The Bradford County commissioners recently: gave Company officials said the appear for sentencing on a service will be used for the pointed out that a salary increase -
--1 be submitted by Monday Sheriffs Department already unanimous approval to a new test wells will be about charge of unlawful delivery of Ministerial Alliance fund to would cost money and
'" afternoon. has a radar unit. special use permit request 3.700 feet deep. cannabis. aid transients. (See Page 5)PKY )






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Reception Held For f Brunch Given Cheryl PhillipsComplimented Supper Given For Altar Society Gives Shower I


Newlyweds At For Bride-Elect, Miss Phillips And For Mrs. VogeneySt.

Norman Home Miss BourgeoisMiss At ShowerMiss Mr. Crosby Edward's Altar Societymet November 30 at St.Catherine's .
Parish Hall
in
in the Parish
November 6
Susan
of
Bourgeois Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gainesville, Nov. 23 bride- ; Cheryl Phillips, Dec. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Hall with Mrs.. Michael Orange Father James Cregan expressed -
Mercy, who were recently elect of BHS coach E. Gonzalez 15 bride-elect of James Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Gilhooly presiding.Mrs. appreciation to in-
f 3IRhodenKite Crosby, Jr., was honored at William Vogeney has
y a
honored at Hatcher III Miss
married, were honored at a ? was a Gayle structors and parents who are
reception Friday night, Nov. brunch Saturday morning at kitchen and linen shower Hatcher, and Co!. and Mrs. altar care during November, making the religious Instruction
Stefanelli
2, by Mr and Mrs. A. Russell the Pee Wee Nursery, 202 r Monday night given by Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. entertained Mrs. Henry classes successful. A
W. H. Edwards III and volunteered for this work in
Street, Mrs. Mrs. at the home of the
Thompson by
Norman at their home on East I new supply of Bibles, religious
Lila Rae Yawn at the old December.Mrs. .
Call Street. I Gary Hildebran, Mrs. Shi ) latter on East Call Street for articles and Christmas cards
Smith, Sr.? Mrs. Shi Smith, Presbyterian Manse on Miss Cheryl Phillips and Rudy Chism reportedon are available in the Parish
Mr. Norman greeted; guestsat Jr., Mrs.Robert E.Smith,and Cherry Street.Highlighting. Jimmy Crosby, Jr. whose visits to the sick and Hall.
the door. Mrs. John C. Mrs. Lew Chaff. i+hr' in the points of interest marriage will be an event of correspondence with. patientsand Plans were made for
hall bereaved.Mrs.
Greene, aunt of Mrs. Mercy, a Mrs. Hildebran and Mrs. + were Dec. 15.The the collection of food, clothing and
arrangements of fall flowers. Gladys Weldon explained -
Smith, Sr. greeted guests at
presented guests to the household items to be
The refreshment table was the current telephone
receiving line composed of the door and presented themto patio was the scene fora distributed at Thanksgivingtime.
covered with an imported lace being conducted -
questionnaires
Miss Bourgeois and her barbecued chicken dinner
and Mrs. and Mr.
!Mr Mercy .
mother, Mrs.W. P. Bourgeois, and cutwork cloth and cen- the betrothed on behalf of the Cancer
honoring couple.
and Mrs. W. O. Lambert, tered with of Mrs. Robbie Shaller offeredto
father and mother of Mrs. of Clearwater. and an bronze arrangement Twenty-one guests shared the Society. Parker host a Christmas party at
yellow pompoms. Mrs. Thomas
Mercy and John C. Greene, The refreshment table was Miss Dianne Yawn presided at occasion. reported on the East Coast the close of the December 4
uncle of !Mrs. Mercy. Mrs. covered with a dark green meeting in the Parish Hall.
the bowl. held October
Lambert and Mrs. Mercy Date linen cloth over a white linen Miss Mclnernay Games punch with prizes were The hosts and hostesses Deanery 24 meeting at Jacksonville's- After the meeting Mrs.
undercloth and centered with
wore long blue gowns with enjoyed by the guests duringthe presented the honor guests Prince of Peace Church. Mrs. Vogeney was surprised with a
Jan. J 17 J an arrangement of fall To Wed Mr. Morgan with
white and yellow corsages Set evening. a serving piece to her Parker invited members to a Baby Shower given by her
matching the color theme of flowers. Mrs. Smith, Jr. chosen china as a memento of friends in the Altar Society
Thirty-five guests were Fashion Show scheduled for
the party. Mr. and Mrs. William C poured punch and Mrs. Chaff Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perry invited to attend between the the occasion
Rhoden of Starke announce presided at the coffee service.. of ._ ,
Mclnarnay Keystone ---
hours of 7 and 9 p.m. Among - - -- -------- --- -
Mrs. R. E. Smith served as -------------- -
the engagement and the
approaching Heights announce those were Mrs. Betty Ann f
Mrs. Norman invited gueststo marriage of their floor hostess. engagement of their daughter, Phillips, mother of the Back Again
the refreshment table, daughter, Dorothy Elaine, to Approximately 25 guests Deborah Ann, of Jacksonvilleto honoree, the honoree's
which was covered with a John Richard Kite,son of Mr. called between the hours of Roy Daniel Morgan, son of grandmothers, Mrs. George
white linen cloth with a blue and Mrs. L. J. Kite, Sr., of 10:30: and 12, including from Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lester Flynn, Sr., and Mrs. O. J. TRAILER LOAD SALE '
net cover. Centering the table Starke. out-of-town. Miss Kay Morgan, Jr. of Starke. Phillips, Sr. of Lawtey, Mrs.
of yellow Both are 1969 graduates of Bourgeois of Atlanta, sister of Miss
was an arrangement Mclnarnay graduatedlast James V. Crosby, mother of
daisy chrysanthemums in a Bradford High School,and are the honoree, Miss Jodie June from the Keystone the prospective bridegroomand
t silver and crystal epergne employed locally. Driskell of Gainesville, and Heights! high school where she his grandmother, Mrs. DOUBLE KNIT POLYESTER
flanked by yellow candles in The wedding will be held Mrs.Jimmy Rowe of Sanford. was a member of the Drama Lloyd Barry of Brooker.
J tall silver candlesticks with January 11 at 7:30: pm. in the The hostesses presented fall Club, journalism, chorus Red Assisting in serving were
I yellow chrysanthemums First Baptist Church of corsages to the honoree and Cross, and Latin Club the hostesses' daughters, 60"to66"Wide You Save '2 to $700 1
encircling the candles. A large Starke. All friends and her mother, and also a Mr. Morgan graduated in Cindy and Susan Edwards,
k crystal punch bowl balanced relatives are invited to attend. negligee. and gown to the June from BHS where he was and Dianne and Betsy Yawn. '
J one end of the table with a honoree.Mr. vice-president of the Senior The hostesses presented the On Material For Slack Suits I
large silver revolving tray at Given Class and belonged to the honoree with an assortment of
1 the other. Silver trays and Party Chess Club. kitchen utensils as a mementoof
compotes completed the table The wedding will take place the occasion. Also Ladies Blouses Slacks-
Polyester -
' setting. For Mrs. HoughA and Mrs. Levon An- Feb. 8, 1974 in the Wesconnett
drews and daughter, Joy, Mr. Baptist Church, Jacksonville
I Those assisting !Mr. and L.number Hough of gave friends a surprise of Mrs.H and !Mrs. Guy Andrews Mr. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Baggies Slack Suits At Factory PricesOn
Ervin Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs.
Mrs. Norman in serving their children and Mr. and Mrs. J.
her 87th
party on birthday
and Mrs. T. C Hazen,Jr., Mr
guests were Mr. and Mrs. last H. Moncrief attended the Lot
Mr. and Mrs anniversary Thursday and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, Mrs.R. funeral of
Bertin
I Paul Raymond. W. Davis of
afternoon. Each
at- Mrs. Leo is
person Champion
T. B.Hardmj/;,Mr. and Mrs. J. tending remembered! R. Andrews and Mr. and convalescing at home after Crescent City on Monday

E. Hardy. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Hough with a gift, and Mrs.tended Wilbur the 40th Andrews wedding an-at- breaking her right knee cap in afternoon in Palatka.Mr. Branding Iron Rest.
L. A. Canova. Mrs.!
Mrs. V. and Mrs S. refreshments of ice cream, niversary reception for Mr a fall at home Tuesday of last .and Mrs. J. T. Carver of I
James Crosby
Jr. cake and cookies were served and Mrs T J. Andrews in week. The Champions had as Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
L Peek,
Morriston last Sunday af- Saturday visitor Bob Hollis Carver of Jacksonvilleand
ternoon. Thompson of Tulsa, Okla. their families visited Walt U.S. 301 iJiiUJVi;, JL-ici.
Disney World
recently.
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Toni/ Walmsleyls BSP Meets With Harvest Dinner Mr.and Mrs.Morgan Mikellof

Honored At Mrs.Slade J UIII Al!f I C el!1.III C Planned By weekend Delray guests Beach of Mrs. Louie were
Bell Parks.
I Bridal ShowerMiss
Gamma Theta chapter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Junior ClubThe Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
Toni!Walmsley, whose Beta Sigma Phi met at the Williams of Gainesville an- Norman attended a private
marriage to Dennis Crawfordwill home of Mrs. C. W. Slade Junior Woman's Club and to
nounce the birth of a son,John showing reception
be an event of Nov. 24 in Monday evening. Arthur Williams, Jr. born met Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the introduce a new collection of
the Raiford Baptist Church Projects discussed were the Nov.8 in the Alachua General Magic Needle Sewing Shop. decorative accessories on
was honored at a bridal giving of a Thanksgiving Hospital. Paternal grand- Mrs. A. J. Barry, with the Sunday afternoon by G. Dale
shower last Thursday night basket to a needy family and parents are Mr. and Mrs. aid of her daughter,Adrienne, Everett in Gainesville. Mr.
given by Mrs. J. B. Crawford, sponsoring a lady at the Mack L. Williams of Starke. illustrated various stitches of Everett has been head of the
Mrs. Charles Crews, Mrs. Nursing; Home. needlepoint and displayed Interior Decorating Dept. of '
James K.Smith and Mrs.Earl A program of"People" was many types of needlework the University of Florida, but
Crawford at the home of the given by Mrs. Carol Donahooand Mr.and Mrs.Denton DeVoe available. Mrs. Barry is now opening a business in
latter on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Verl Best.Refreshments announce the birth of a distributed small pieces of Gainesville.See.
The refreshment table was were served daughter, Tracy Lynn, on canvas for club members to
covered with a white lace by Mrs. Slade and Mrs. Nov. 10 In the Alachua try their hand at the "cont- ( Page 4))
cloth over a mint green liner. Richard Odom, cohostess.The General ,Hospital. Grandparents tinental stitch". After the
Centering the table was a next meeting will be are Mr. and Mrs. program, Mrs. Linda Kay
bride and groom centerpiece, held Nov. 26 at the home of Smith DeVoe and Mr. and Johns served refreshments.The SSSSSSSSSSSSSh
flanked by Ivy and pink Miss Mary Sue Underhill The Mrs. Roy demons. club will hold a Harvest h{ D
rosebuds. Miss Gail Crawford group plans to meet at Winn dinner Saturday,Nov. 17,witha
assisted in serving. Dixie parking lot at 7:20: to go rrAM traditional Thanksgivingmenu. < n. IMPflLAPECIflL
Among the guests were Mrs. to the Underhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. The price of the dinner : :
Richard Walmsley of Raiford, Wall of Jacksonville announce starting at 6 p.m. at the ] ;;;; D:
mother of the honoree Mrs. the birth of a daughter, clubhouse will be $2 per
Marlon DeHaianut of Seaford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Kemberly Robin, on Oct. 30. person. Carry-outs will be Q OJn
Dela. grandmother of the Grandparents are Mr. and available. They are also
Hamilton have had visitors
honoree, Mrs. Kinder Willey, as Mrs.Pete Wall of Milwaukee, giving away a .22 Marlin i 1973.... ....Clear. Outs :
Mrs. Mark Hamilton and ..,..." ........
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children of last
grandmother of the honoree, to Tampa Friday, and Horace Sanders of Starke. On Oct. 26 the club held a & SARATOGA S ,
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CIIKItYI.ANN Ct'MMINOSATt :: :

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(From Page :II) Mr.and Mrs. M. C. Mcinnis, Mrs. Tommy e.cr Johns and NSC Planning Basket daughter Cheryl of Ann Mr.Cummings and Mrs. .
Sr. of St. Petersburg were children of Macclenny spent Sr., Route
Isaac Cummings 2.
weekend guests of Mr. and C PERSONALS !JJ. J- the weekend with her parents. For Thanksgiving/ Starke, is currently enrolledat
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dukes Mrs.J. C. Hobbs and attended Mr. and Mrs. J. W Kitch. Columbia College a lour-
and family have returned the Florida-Georgia game The calling on area merchants for year liberal arts and careers
after six weeks in Flemington, Gilbert Goldwire underwentleg Bradford County donations, and anyone who college in Columbia, Mo., withan
N J where Mr. Dukes was on Mrs. John Anderson of O. Winters of Hat- Rev. and Mrs. Don surgery Wednesday of last Neighborhood Service Center wishes to contribute to this enrollment of 830 men and
a business trip. Callahan was a Friday visitorof tiesburg. Miss was last Kokomoor and family of Fort week in Memorial HOSpital will again this year prepare projt.'Cby\ either a food or women.
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.Mr. Wednesday and Thursday Myers were weekend guests of Jacksonville.Mr. food for needy baskets families for Thanksgiving the cash donation is asked to call Miss Cummings is a fresh
and Mrs. Herbert visitor of his brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Drew Heddish. in area. ihe Neighborhood Service man at Columbia. She sings
Mr and Mrs. V. M. Nuttell. NSC representatives will be
Sr and Mr. and Mrs. Nuttell. Thomas had as weekend sister. Dr. and Mrs. H. G. and Mrs. Lyle Buck of Center in Starke at J6.I-56IIt.! ) with a college group called
of and Mr. and Mrs.
linger. Douglas Seymour Tampa Palatka "
of God. ,
in the "Children
Jr of Provo. Utah are visitingMrs. guests at their camp
the weekend with his Henry Richarde of Gainesvilleand
T. D. Dyal and r.trand Scrub. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade of spent parents. Mr. and !Mrs. J. D. their children spent
Mrs. E J Dowling, Sr for Buck and son. Keith of Baxley, Ga.. Mrs. D. C. Seymour.Mrs. Sunday with Mrs. H. M.
Dr. Donald
several weeks.Mr Groveland and
)Forehand and Mr. and Mrs. Hicharde.
Chubb of Winter Park. Jim Pritchett of Albany. Ga., Marion Mayer of
and Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis Jacksonville visited her Among those attending the 'S
and daughter Barbara John Debbie Thomas Gayle Ind. and Mrs. daughter and family Mr and Florida-Georgia game wsc
and Mrs. Eve Godwin Hatcher and Brad Carter of
Godwin Clyde Sinclair were weekend Mrs. .F. W. Stridkland. over Saturday were LTC and Mrs.V. .
attended the 50th wedding! the University of South guests of Mr. and !Mrs. T. II. the weekend.Mr. J. Spcngler, Mr. and Mrs. p
for the
anniversary reception )Florida were home Slade on their boat in Drew Reddish Rev. and Mrs. 3Ol9iIYIa
Wednesday night for r.trand weekend.Mr. Jacksonville,and attended the and Mrs. T. L. Casey, Don Kokomoor, Mr. and Mrs. ; \a0
Mrs. E. H Register the and Mrs. M. B. Jordan )Florida-Georgia game. Jr. and family were in Live Frank Mitchell Mr. and Mrs.A. ,\o
home of their son-in-law and visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oak Sunday visiting Mr and Russell Norman. Mr. and io'
daughter. Dr. and Mrs Edward Jordan in Orlando and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. R Turnip- Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Mrs. F. W. Strickland and
Koger in Orlando and Mrs. P L Cook in Ocala seed Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. children Mr. and Mrs.
over the weekend.Mr. Ben Turmpseed of Atlanta. Charles Rowell. Brad Carter, .
Mrs. W. L. Joiner of
John Watson III. John Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herlong and Mr.and Mrs.J. E. Hardy Mr. .
Adams. Larry NorRel and and!Mrs. Bud Duke and Mrs. Duncan Adams of Ga. was a Sunday to Tuesday and Mrs. George Pierce and .
Halite Seymour were dove Mrs. J. C Turlington of Saluda, S. C were Tuesday guest of Mrs. L. D. Vming. :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter-
hunting Wednesday to Sundayin Auburndale.and!Mr. and Mrs.A. overnight guests of Dr. and willegarMrs. tsYtese
San Salvador. Central B. Woodham of Jackson Mrs. H. H. Adams. The Mack Williams. Jr of
AmericaMr ville were Sunday visitors of Adamses also had as Wednesday Frammgham. Mass was a : J. U. Bakken enteredthe
:Mr and Mrs. Euell Lawson. to Sunday guests Mrs. Monday overnight guest of his Gainesville VA Hospital I .
and Mrs. W M Mengof parents !Mr. and Mrs. Mack .
John Adams and daughter Tuesday' r\I' further treatmenton \
.
St Petersburg Beach spent Mr. and Mrs. C H. Fink of Amy, and Bill Adams of Williams Sr her fr.t after surgery in ..
the weekend with their Green Cove Springs spent Athens Ga. Seplemtw .. .1 *
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Linda and Barbara Ehlert ** *
:Matthews and Mr. and !Mrs. Ella !Moody and Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Beth Differdmg. and Linda Mr and Mrs. Don Page .. sot" \
Bakken of .
.
Paul Menu Hart Whitehead have returned Breckenridge attended a dinner party .. \\\e \
1\1 IOn. were Sunday to Wed- It.
from a three weeks visit with :Monday night in Jacksonvillefor "
Mr andlrs: Barney Mr. and Mrs. E. W. lIa'esvisited Capt.and Mrs. Jack Olsen and nesday visitors of Mr. and his mother. Mrs. Marie .* "as
McRae. :Mrs Betty Crawfordand Mr and Mrs. L. A. family in Buffalo. N. Y., their Mrs. J. B. Bakken.Mr Page, on her twin\ birthday. 't\\e
!Mrs Vivian Harley attended Weekly in Ocala on SaturdayMr son-in-law and daughter. \
and Mrs A. J. \
the funeral of Mrs. Ira EAAersofJacksonville
and Mrs.
Capt. Stephen Greg Gav. a student at Mars
D Wells in Holly-Navarre:; and Mrs. Lenox Cox of Beckett in Fort Knox, Ky.. :Mrs Gerald visited Norman Mr. and Hill College, Mars Hill N. C.
near Gulf Greeze last Maryville. Tenn. were Sundayto and Mr. and !Mrs. H. D. Longin has been pledged to KappaPhi
Saturday Wednseday visitors of Mr Atlanta Saturday.Mr Theta fraternity. 11 d \
and Mrs. George Huggms. \ G\\\ "
and Mrs. Eldon
" - . . . . .,. .. . . .0& and Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Benji Moxley a student at .
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Sapp and children visited Mr. Georgia Southern College, ... ..
and Mrs. B. J. Eggers in Statesboro Ga. has been .. ... .. .
Jacksonville Sunday pledged to Sigma Nu ... ... ... .
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FORD Lakeland:Mrs Marguerite visiting Corn Miss of Local admittances to \ * *
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itifarro week include: Wilson Griffis
Lake Butler; Jonathan
Taylor Mrs. Diane Tierney
George Mahalka Curtis

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Teacher Goals. (From .*IIKI' 11. Iis
Williston Shut Out Spoils Tiger HomecomingLike .
subject to all the un- meet that schedule in some
certainty, at this stage, of months because of the lengthof
what funds will be available in lime required to make the
title The Devils meetChiel'land Early In the second period pitchout went awry on an He said ,
and elusive Lorenzo the 1974 budget. payrollThe
the Devils the speedy
they are, Butler's usually dangerous
181 in this week in a game the Tigers, after failing to attempted run around right teachers should consider board authorized a
well drilled footballers of offense and Haynes, yards 20
triple option carries. Lake Butler'slinebackers which will determine the move the ball through the air, end. Williston's Steve Davis carefully whether they wantto $5,9115 payment to Triest
Sir.
shut
Curtis
Williston High out Union limited potent
Suwannee Conference punted to Williston, the ball recovered the loose pigskin at
and go for an across-the-board Construction Co. on work for
Lake Butler in the 20 secondarywere
22-0 in last to 76 yards
County mones
rolling dead at the Devil
championship 37 the Devil 12 yard line. That whether to the nearly completed Phase
forced to make pay increase or usea
insulting the times he carried the pigskin.A
Friday once:
tackles the The loss was the second of Willie McCray started the end run Is usually LakeButler's percentage system'hich HI of construction at BIIS,
!before defense numerous as
defeated Tigers : a Jam tough Williston
the for Union's Devils toward their second TU I bread and butter with
total Williston line blocked ef year Tigers would venetit veteran The board is still holding/ 10
homecoming crowd held the Tigers to 167
packed: ( ;
and their first with an eight/ yard burst the speedy Sirmones turning total
themselvesran fectively on off tackle plays to convincing teachers already drawing per cent of the construction -
"Just an fashioned yards. The Devils
defeat. The Tigers travel to through right/ tackle before the corner, but (Fridayilliston's final
the Devil backs loose. higher salaries. lie suggestedthat price pending
country: whippin, Tiger up a total of 31iO< yards, spring
Santa Fe for another tough Tiger Defensive Back Doug \\ tough defense of the
Coach Jack Jones termed the the of hard The victory improvedWilliston's veteran teachers: who are acceptance bUIlding.
runs
principally on for their season's finale. Barnett cut him down A live- the mistake at u
pressured said the should
in which the Devils'defense Willie 166 record to 7-1 and game permanent members of the Triest t building
hitting McCray
game shut down Lake yards/ in 13 carries, and of won the Devils at least a tie LB's record now stands at 62. yard motion) penalty pushed crucial point and generally local community should he substantially: complete in
for the Suwannee Conference The contest was not Williston back to the Union 43 stopped J the Tiger 2nd! runs. receive consideration two weeks. The board delayed
however, as one sided as the but McCray got three on the The contest deteriorated in In making his presentationto its completion date to Dec. 1.
score or total yards might right/ side Barnett again the fourth period. Williston the board. McLeod said he -Bids were approved and
indicate.Williston scored once tackling, and Lorenzo llaynes /getting a safety when wanted to inform t the board ol accepted on1:
Public Meeting Called To Give on a drive that covered 63 raced J down the right sidelineon Abraham Perry was caught the thinking of the I teachers 1)) Equipment( for avocationa
yards, took six plays and a screen pass run off a lake back of his own goal. "My goal is to work together -a riculture projecttotaling
I which needed a 15-yard quick kick to the Tiger 48 A (leathers and school board) $0.261.;
personal foul penalty against 15-yard personal foul penalty Score by Quarters: on t this thing." 21> Slade Gas was given a bid
Info On Lawtey Water System take Butler to keep it alive against the Tigers\ pushed J the The teacher welfare on eight air-conditioners at
Uut the first and third Devil pigskin down to the Tiger 33: Lft 0 000 0 'committee is the brain child of $295 each
scores came suddenly, both 67 where Williston had a first \W686772 Board Chairman )Rodney Hall :.ii J I carpet bid submitted by
The Lawtey City Council signing an agreement to take Nov. 24.This yard bursts by Lorenzo down. who approached HEA Robert L. Kitchens lor $:.U>a3
will hold a special meeting! at the water service if installed. is the last year that I lay nes and Willie McCray, Moray drove six yards to President Louise Koren about was taken under advisement\.
7JO:: p,m", Tuesday Nov 20, So far about 100 have signed, residents will register at the Williston began the game the Tiger 27 before being STATISTICS forming the committee 4i' Bids of $1"I4Mllrom! King
attended by a representativeof but (FHA requires the Lawtey City Hall as the new carefully, quick kicking on stopped by Craig Shadd and LB W In other action ut the :Nov'; (Ii i (Koyer of Gainesville and
(the Farmers Home Ad. signatures/ of 110 per cent of system of "single third down to avoid punt Jack l : McCJill On second down KirttDownt 10 10 meeting: $1J,9J: () ) Irom Triest Con-
ministration! for the purpose ofanswering residents, which would mean I'l' istration" is going into returns by the speedy Tiger Devil QU Wesley Smith lobbed Vftrdt Rusnmq, 123 312Y -McLeod asked if it would struction Co, were rejected as
questions about the about 251 signatures/ since the effect in Florida In the future, tucks The first touchdowncame a high pass to wideout !Mark / rO'P"nQ.S, | 78 l he possible lor payroll checks too high for extensive
town's proposed new water town has an estimated 279 voters will register with the with 3:29: remaining in Simmons who made an over- PC PA PI JISI I 781 to be issued on the last! Fridayof i cmodemg of rest! rooms in t the
!system to be finanoHl by households, County Supervisor of Elec- the first period. On a third and the-head catch at the goal for Punts s.1 l 6 ,132 each month Sup! Temple administrative building told
FHA, All citizens of Lawtey are tions and this one registration one lor short yardage Lorenollaynes the touchdown which came Fumblot Loll *s i said it is impossible now to t'SOi,
City Clerk Ethel Redrftah urged attend this important will be good for all state, went off tackle and with B 02> left in the half. Yd Pcnnhiotf 64 n
said I that t some citizens meeting county, and city electioas was suddenly through,: the McCray's sprint around his
more information before The council met Thursday Tiger defensive line and in the left end for the two point
night, Nov, 8, which was a Tiger secondary The speedy conversion was good.) McC'ray:!
Auto Runs. postponed date from the Lionel Losses.. I lay nes cut to the sideline,outdistancing barely making the corner ol DOPSONS CHIROPRACTIC
time on the end before
regular meeting the Lake Butler Lone being
(11"1'1111\I Page: I II) November; 5, I From .Pugp I II defensive! backs, and raced: 67 pushed out of hounds by'
Salary raises were approved participation in the school yards Irom his :i.l!:I for the Sirmones CENTERAnnouncing
of Starke, collided with I the for the Town Marshalland lunch program is a concern to score. The )Devils took a )14-0 advantage -
ear of a w! Mercury, driven school officials.
City Council members. Abraham Perry knocked into the dressingroom
by Rudolph Aloiuo Crawford The new salary scheduled will At one point in 1972 the down Williston (}B Wesley at the half.
of Starke on Walnut St, Nov: not be effective until the first school lunch account showed a Smith's pass for a two( point A charged\ J up Tiger eleven New Office Hours
U.: The Mercury sustained meeting in January, followingthe surplus und at former Supt\ conversion! and the Devils I led J received the Devils' second( ,
damages of $ilK'' and the (Kord December city election, Tom Casey's! suggestion, the (6-II.} half kick off and went to work.
$75 according to Officer and will raise councilmen school board reduced school The Tigers/ managed\ \ two Staying on the ground the
Harold Crews' report. I from $IIJ to$20:! per month, and lunch prices in elementary first downs as they moved the Union boys drove 5;> yards Starting Nov. 5
An unknown vehicle, was theca the marshal I from $1 lIill:1O( : to schools by five cents, from ::111!t) pigskin :.IB :yards! to the from I their own 40 to the Call
use of a i our-car occident onUS $1HH3() per weekCandidates to 25 tents. Faced with rising Williston 12 yard line Williston five line, and I Thank You
-:!k1I, last Friday according are now food costs the board at the following the first Devil TD appeared on heir way to a
to Officer Kenneth, Carlton. qualifying for the upcoming beginning of the current I 'urtis Sirmones and QB Perry certain touchdown with Mon.-Fri I i 964-8018 Lr. H IT.. Dopvon'
1.
The unidentified vehicle Lawtey election December school year added the nickel moved the hall on the ground lullback Loren/o Griffin. I
suddenly wanted to turn and 4 when voters will select three hack on and raised school alter tackle Craig Shadd SirmotH's. and Perry Daily ,
the driver hit his brakes AIM council members and a clerk lunch: prices an additional 10 returned J Williston on-sides Dairying
1 lIi7;> Pontiac, driven by Scott Incumbent Clerk Ethel cents. for students and 25 cents kick.oil to the 50. But on third and Five Irom 8:30-12:30: : | 4t
:Malcolm Kirby ol Gainesville, Reddish has announced plansto lor adults. Elementary lun- On third down from the 12 the live a Perry-Sirmones
hit his brakes, started to slide retire at the end of her ches now cost students 4(1( and I four yards to go for a first
and went into the median J A present term, alter serving 19 cents and high school students Perry chose to try his first OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooOOOOoOOOOOCCy
1M70! Dodge, driven by years in the olfice. Lucile :i-111( cents. Adult lunches are 75 pass of the night to John Ross
Frederick G Dobbins of Lake. Shuford will seek election to cents deep in the C'nd/one. I But
City, started\ to change lanes the olfice, and has already In his report on the l)7!) \\illusion's Jeff Jelks got a
.iiid. he saw he could not and paid her $72 qualifying lee school lunch accounts. Accountant hand on the ball and deflected
collided with a 11)71 Chevrolet, The terms of Marvin Hosier. Tucker drew attention it from the Tiger! receiver's E "
driven'' by Will Baker of Group 1.: Robert Scott, Group particularly to reach '
Jacksonville The unknown .), .and. Barbara Jordan Group Southside Elementary and Then lacing a fourth and ,
vehicle) left the scene, An Swill: expire in December and Hradtoid High\ Schools lour situation, the Tigers
unknown amount of damagewas their seats will be up for At Southside he !said the chose to try a I field goal( instead 443
estimated to the t three grabs Hosier is the only mcumbcnt bank reconciliations were of going lor the first.
cars No: one suffered injuriesin to qualify so far for poorly done and the lunchroom Sirmones' kick was long\
the accidentA ieelection! Qualifying lee is accounts hook was full enough hut wide to the right O.
H17! :! Pl>mouth station $t2. of erasures and corrections: Have Both
wagon driven by Hugh;( (Ernest; Robert. Lee has qualified High !school records, he y .
1'uderol' Gainesville, collided lor Council Group 5, the seat said, were faulty in many'
with a 11)7.!) : Buick driven by now held b.v :Mrs Jordan ways Proof was not availableto
Kdward Charles Kormanvos :Marshal I M :M. Jordan is document !several expenditures .
of Hawthorne on US.::ltl) expected to run lor reflection during the year
:North.'; !Nov' 10 Both vehicles) but has not yet paid ,
had estimated damages of his $..1111 58 qualifying fee .

$iiH). and no one !'ulll'rlLlnv\ Deadline for qualifying lor \l"! iil 1
ITS it I\'I' 'ft veal "NEW
injuries according to Maike office November:'; 17 when lie i ralhll"air, nrlllll:, I III' Buy a 73"fromthe
Policeman J L Howard Voter registration is now
Lit anil,( the ,iHiliiiiuil,t in.!{,;izunes >-
:No charges were made. in under way I and t the books will
any of the city accidents, remain open until Saturday lie ;get:: tu1g 'kllll1\

...-.. ..-. ..-. ..-. ..-.. II 81..... ..... .. . .J G&"*l ((l'aptUV.'FvMrcR good guys at tremendous
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r COUNTRY MUSICSNOWNOVEMBER End of the Year Savings and have both,

l\)0 :MIII have an emptinessin
your life? t'hl'i 1st t ran

17,1973A meet lie(this human"Iult't'ry heart nerd, of aNew Car and Christmas Money.! -


.loin' us in worship andfellowship
next Sunday.
Country Music Show will be heldin initi, ning. See the good guys Tom and Ed


the High School Auditorium Lake Sunday SchoolMorning
'I 'Sa m


Butler, November 17,8 P.M. to 10 P.M.

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Call 96.1 6S62 J Ij'e Iso
Adults S2.00 For Free. Transportation
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Students S1.00 r I .s 2 '

... Chrysler :
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At ;intermission; ; a drawing; ,will be held r Pastor "' ",

\\II.Ll.lCiEClHCa1 : ; ; :
fora 100.QO bill. Minister: of : 5
... :Music : : CSCcr

Tickets for prize: $1.00 each. r PlymouthDodge


Ticket holders do not have to be present to win. : JacksonvilleDirectory <><


TICKETS FOR SHOW AND PRIZE CAN BE PURCHASED

FROM VARIOUS LAKE BUTLER AND RAIFORD
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MERCHANTS QUARTERBACK CLUB MEMBERS. AUTO SALES AND

UNION HIGH SCHOOL. AND AT THE DOOR. .. SERVICE -
r Parrish Motors See us today for a great deal on the

THE SHOW AND PRIZE ARE SPONSORED BY THE

UNION HIGH QUARTERBACK CLUB. AND ALL ... SALES following new 73's
PROCEEDS GO TO PURCHASE NEEDED EQUIPMENTFOR r SERVICE VOLVO

UNION HIGH ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT. ... PARTS 1 Grand
r ALWAYS 921 GOOD LAURA USED ST -CARS Fury Coupe 3 Satellite Sebrings

THE COUNTRY MUSIC PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR .... PH 356-5654

THE ENTIRE FAMILY . r 2 Dr. HT '
PIANOS 1 Satellite
... Coupe
NO ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS ALLOWED. r YAMAHA PIANOS 1 Fury III 4 Dr. Sedan

NO ROCK AND ROLL. ... CONN AND KIMBALL 1 340 Duster

Local talent participating in the show will be: r ORGANS 1 Polara Custom


Red Hollingsworth, Fred Birkett, Rock Thompson, 6 Passenger Wagon 1 340 Dart


Kenneth Thompson, Clyde Johns, Frank McWaters, 1 Satellite Sebring Plus 2 Dodge Dart Sports

John K. Parrish, Kenny Parrish, Grady Hart, Neal Jordan, 2 Dr. HT

Hal Evans and Dickie Hazen.

r KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGAN Starke Chrysler Plymouth Dodge U. S, 301 N. Starke Fla. 964-6600

See You There ROOSEVELT 388-8519 MALL "Your Authorized Franchised! Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge Dealer"

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Gospel Sing Set PINE CIIUKCII LEVEL BAPTIST FIIA Loan Applications Being Taken For Youth And Family Farm FinancingThe I

Eligibility, details for loans

At New River Farmers Home Ad- equipment farm and other used on a first come first forlothernfarm developemend above described can be obtained -
Four miles west Starke on served basis for and applications filedat
ministration is now receiving supplies."Thus except be
Baptist!' ChurchA SR.100. Church phone, W>4- applications for youth and far since July 1, 1973 veterans priority, it would be "The Agency will field soon of loan any time between the hoursof
6490. Parsonage, 9ft4-6407. family farm financing of (Fiscal Year 1974)) the Far well to anticipate future needs moving into the 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday
Sunday Bible School, 10 Home Administrationhas and make guarantees where a private through Friday, at the I
immediately
needs such as seed, fertilizer, mers application and servicethe
gospel sing is set Sunday, a.m. Sunday Morning Wor- purchase of livestock, fuel, loaned to Florida farmers if the Farmers Home lender will make basis following location: 412 N. E.
Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. at the New ship, 10:50: ; Sunday Evening insecticide feed, repairs on approximately $2,000,000 or 5 Administration will be appliedto loan on a guarantee Home 16th Avenue. Gainesville,
River Baptist Church at Training, 6 p.m. Sunday per cent of the funds allottedto for assistance," Greene through the Farmers" Greene Florida. The telephone
Brooker. /i.i{ Evening Worship, 7 p.m. wooooovooooR.i1. Florida farmers," FHA Administration. number is 376-5858. The
The Crusaders, a INa rll'l Wednesday Evening State Director Claude L. said.The FHA also makes Farm said. "This was made Develop possible Bradford County supervisor is

Jacksonville group, will ap- CO Q} Worship 7:30.: Choir Parlors Greene, Jr. stated today. Ownership insured loans to through the" Rural Charles E. Snell.
8:3(). ment Act.
Rehearsal : "Since funds available are buy land, refinance debts
Dinner will be served on the Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m.

grounds. Everyone is Sunday Evening Teen Raymond A. Parkin, 73, of
welcome, says Pastor JamesR. Sunday Sunday School, Singers practice, 5 p.m. Starke, died Wednesday Nov. PUBLIC
Countryman. 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11; Teen School Prayer 7, after a sudden illness. He NOTICE TO THE
Youth Handbells, Church Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday was" a retired carman with the
Smokey Says : Council Meeting, 5 p.m. ; across from high school on Fruit Growers Express, and
Church Training 6:15: ; 301. Bring your Bible. had lived here several yearson
Evening Worship, 7:30.: South WestmorelandStreet. Illegal
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING IN He was a member of Due To Numerous Complaints From landowners Concerning

THE CAMPGROUNDMEAte Practice Monday 7 p.m.- Youth Choir the Surviving Church of Christ.is his wife Trespassing On Their Property By Hunters And Others, The General

LESS CHANCE Of ACCIDENT CRAWFORD REUNION: PLANNEDThe FAMILY: : Nancy of Starke; one To Read These Florida Statutes Dealing With The RightsOf
AND WILDFIRES Tuesday Combined Boys' daughter, Mrs. Mona Pitts, Public Is Urged

Crusader and Carol and Choirs Carol Handbell 3:30: ; annual Crawford Lake City; one son, Vance Property Owners And/Or The General Public In The Matter Trespassmj

Practice, and G. A., 4:15.: Family: reunion will be held, at2:30p.mSaturdayNov.17 at Wilford Parkin, Starke Parkin; ,a Pomona brother On Private Property Without Permission Of The Owner.

the Union Primitive Baptist Park; a sister Mrs. Ruth
Wednesday Acteens, 5 Church. Each family attending Mintz, Jacksonville; and six
p.m.. Family Night Supper, 6 grandchildren.
is asked to bring a INFORMATIONFOR
p m. ; Community basket lunch. Everyone invited Funeral services were held PLEASE READ, CLIP OUT, AND SAVE THIS "1
Thanksgiving Service at First at 10:30: a. m. Friday in Jones PROTECT YOURSELF
.
United Methodist Church, 7 Memorial Chapel with Jack FUTURE REFERANCE, AND TO

p.m ;:,;,;;::::::::;;;:::::;;:;::::::::::;:;i:;;=:::::,::::::::::;::::P.Obitl1aries. Bell conducting. Intermentwas UNDER THE LAW.
in Crosby Lake Cemetery FROM POSSIBLE PROSECUTION

A good way to help prevent -Ben P Bryant, pastor under direction of DeWitt C.
Jones Funderal Home.
forest fires I :::;:::::::::;:::::;::::::::::;::::::i:::;:::;;::;:;: :::::::::.::::1 ('\lr\1':1l\ : r..2! $:1 crop or other property to waste, destruction or freedom\ or
shall rn..r. upon the enclosed I lands of another or land bounded
J. Swindell House Hill No. :.147 or formed hy 1.1> sell: .gulf hny. nvr). creek: or lake, that ore
.
without the consent of said
GAINESVILLE Is the walk in AN,; ACT( relating lo posted 11* ,.mvi.-l n. HIM ilw.ur.,
This way illegal! ; trespass; amending! section: 822.23 the name, nulliori/rdI to give such
Jimmie Swindell, 64, of It.-(laa. 30:21.) Florida Statute! hy deeming it unlawful to trespass on certain owner or 'person occupy.nn fish. shull ux( >n conviction be 1 punished mhenunifier
Starke, died Monday, Nov. 12, for HCrioilUiral pronoun's' nt any lime; including ranch in the Is'nmi"" win U> hunt or '
is right .
Gainesville Veterans There a way general) list of plnccs where is pristrilxd.Section
Business in the !: it unlawful to enter upon with
DirectoryAUTO Hospital after a short illness. things to work out and we follow the intent. to commit larceny depredation or other offense; 6. SeUion 821.12 Klonclu Statutes in amended to

Born in Bradford County on in this way, easily, happily, providing! an effective date rend:
5 1909 he was a veteranof effortlessly we make divine
Jan. lie It knaclfd by the Legislature of the State Florida farm
of : 821.12 Penalty for taking from or vineyard products
World War II, a carpenterby order. We begin this day with
SALES trade, and a Baptist. the idea of divine order and !Section=; 1. :Section:; 822.23 Florida Statutes it amended to vegetables or flowers! without consent of owner.-VVhocver takes
from farm garden( orchard, orange: or
Surviving are his wife read: and carries away any
this idea of divine
we keep fruits
farm vegetables, or
lemon or destroys any products
Swindell
a grove
Hazel Green ; .
CARS-CARS-CARS order before us continually. As 822.23 Entering farm, etc. to commit offense from
Larry Cochran Lake ; punishment.U rowers, com or cotton from the stalk, or any vineyardany

.A. DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION stepson Butler;, two brothers, Willis we work today we work in a ( ) 'Whoever, rnt rany fish hatchery fish farm, farm, !grapes of any money value, without the consent of the
and Walter Swindell, both of spirit of divine order, and our J garden( orchard Truit grove or ranch with intent to commit in owner or manager, shall be punished upon conviction; as hereinafter
PLUS 3O DAY WARRANTY
Theressa; and three sisters, accomplishment is rewardingand inch cnrcle-n!: farm orchard fruit grove or ranch any larceny or prescribed.
ON MOST CARS Mrs. Gertrude Thomas, Astor satisfying. ipprodalion or other offense if he be armed with a dangerous Section 7. Section 821.121 Florida Statutes, is amended to
Park; Mrs. Eula Jordan of weapon or if he mnke an insult upon any person lawfully
OWNED: & OPERATEDBY Bardin; and Mrs. Minnie therein, shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison read:
A STARKE MAN Rhoden Starke. 1 for a period not exceeding ten years. 821.121 Trespass; severing, taking or injuring grove or farm

Funeral services were heldat ((2) If the offender be not armed nor make an assault upon products.
March ant Auto Sales 2 p.m. Wednesday in Jones 301 any person lawfully in said fish fish fron\ farm
Memorial Chapel with Rev hatchery farm farm ((1)) Whoever severs or takes or carries away \ any
garden, orchard fruit or ranch he shall be prapefruit. tangerine: lemon
GA'NESVILLE'! Merle Packham and Elder O. grove punished by garden orchard, vineyard orange,
M. Yarborough officiating. mpnsonment for a period not exceeding two years. lime or other citrus grove, or other improved land or injures or

1636 S E 3RD AVE ,r. Interment was in Dyal DRIVE-IN Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 1969. destroys any farm products vegetables fruit. Dowers corn or
other fish from a fish
cotton from the stalk or any tropical or
MARCHANT WILL Cemetery. Show Begins At SundownFRI. Became a law without the Governor's approval. hatchery or fish farm, of any money value, without the consentof
TREAT YOU RIGHT shall bv punished upon( conviction as
the owner or manager
Filed in Office Secretary of State July 3, 1969.CIIAPTKIl .
hereinafter prescribed.
.
ALTO SALES SERVICE: BRASINGTON Thomas SAT
Willard
((2)) Any person who may become an accessory, either before
Blount Pontiac
CAUILLAC-OLUSMOBILE: or after the fait to such trespass or any prohibited act as set
GMSInc.S.ILES&SEl1UCE Williard Thomas 57, of MAT 1031x70 lines ((5 inches) : 69-2KI! forth in subsection ((1)) of this section, and nny person who shall
Fine selection of Used Cars Hampton died Wednesday, House Dill No. :.r,21 knowingly receive any of the property so taken shall upon
aLOVVr Taken On Cadillac Trades Nov. 7, in a Starke hospital conviction be punished as hereinafter prc t'nhed.
I 21101 N.\\'. ISIJi: Ph. 37f: .!;:3O1 after a sudden illness. Born in AN ACT rrl.ilmc lo trespass; adding! !arlion' 821011, Florida
Graham on April 23, 1916, he St.lt IItl'<. iiivmi' definitions; nmcnclinj. sections R21.01 821.03 ((3)) Nothing herein shall prevent prosecution under the larceny -
ELECTRCPontiac was the son of the late Simeon B21.05.-H2I.12.-H21, 821.13 :10182'1:15: : and 821.16 statutes of the. state where the acts constitute larceny.
.
Factory Authori/ed and Ada Barry Thomas. A t F. S.. rpM| 'nhnR thn penalties prrsrnheJltewm"" ; adding a new yiiU'i; -' 'IJ'l'1'' ''*> oil: _
Motor Repair; Co. retired construction foreman ., kcetian',821.3S. Florida Statutes, do prescribe the penalty Section 8. Section 821.13, Florida Statutes, is amended to
Sales-Parts-Service and a veteran of World War II uEREV thprcjtor; amending srction 821.04, r'. S.? to define and makeit read:
Of Ga Int's\ Inc.
.
'210N. ;Main (.alllt'! \llIe.Fla. he was a member of the unlawful to trespass on posted cultivated or fenced land;
::17-2: :>K't'w e pairing-RReawinding Christian Church. deleting section 821.06 relating to posted land; providing an
: and Used
Surviving is his wife, Hazel effective date. M21.13 Accessory to tlt'.I'I on (.mils, ; receeiverAny perMM -
2816/ :N.VV.eih Ph.372.8318
Hart Thomas, Hampton; two m.iy bvionu mi accessory to such trespass as set forth in
OFFICE SUPPLIES daughters, Mrs. Patricia 0IV S Re It Enacted by the Legislature/ of the State of Florida: S21.ll and 821.12 before or after the fact and such accessory -
AND and all who shall knowingly!: receive the propertyso
GARDEN SUPPLIES Gosnell Hampton and Mrs See.tion persons
Section 1. 821.01 Florida Statutes is amended to
BOOKKEEPING Ada Cox, Colorado( Springs, 'w NEE sIn read taken shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter pre-
Colo.; two sons, Gerald and scribed.

SUPPLIES Johnson & Faris, Mitchell Thomas, and two RELEASED COLO.11rR1 BY THE 821.01 Trespass after waminlt.-Who'vrr willfully enters into Section 9. Section 821.14. Flonda Statutes, is amended to
NOW AT Inc.BRADFORD brothers, Glen and Albert I FANFARE CORPORATION the enclosed Innd and premises of another or into any pnvate read .
:
.
Thomas, all of Hampton; residence, house, or building of another being!! forbidden so to
COUNTY SEEDS.I'LtNTSTELEGRAPH three sisters, Mrs. Mary FRI SAT enter by the (lawful, occupant or not being previously forbidden 21.14 Trespass with intent to injure growing: trees etc.-
Insecticides-Pet SuppliesFEHTI1.1'LERS Jones, Hampton; Mrs. Jettie is w.trni'J to depart therefrom and refuses to do so, or having Whoever willfully commits n trespass by entering upon the
McRae Tampa; and Mrs. CHN IUHBNC <...|".Irl..<.l re-enters without the previous consent of the lawful garden orchard, or other improved land of another without

964-63O5 \\e Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Dollie Manning Fairbanks; occupant! : or having departed remains about in the vicinity using!' permission of the owner with intent to cut, take, carry: away
STARKE 224 :N.V.. 8th- Ph. 378-0176 and six grandchildren. HNN'MHRBRCTROD profane or indecent language, shall upon conviction be punishedas destroy or injure the trees grains' grass, hay fruit or vegetablesthere
.... Funeral services were held THBLQRTHE hereinafter provided. growing or being shall upon conviction be punished 81herrll1aftl'r
at2p.m. Friday Nov. 9, at the prescribed.
MOVERS GLASSLong graveside in Hawthorne :Section:; 2. Chapter 821, Flonda Statutes, is amended to add

Cemetery with Rev. Weldon section 821.011 to read: Section 10. Section 821.15. Flonda Statutes is amended to

i Distance :Moving LIDDELL Johnson conducting. read:
StoragePackingCratingShipping Arrangements were in chargeof 821.011 Definitions of terms used in this act.-As used in this

' Glass I Company DeWitt C. Jones Funeral act, unless otherwise expressly. state, or unless the context or 151.IS Trespass' by injuring fruit trees, etc.-Whoever willfullyand
I Free Estimates Call Home. subject matter otherwise!' requires: maliciously or wantonly and without cause, cuts down or

"(;lass For Every; Purpose destroys by girdling: or by lopping!' or otherwise injures any fruitor
\\\\\% Store FrontsMirrorsTub ; Mrs. Alice Cole ((1)) routed land is that land upon which signs are placed not other tree or any shrub plant vine or flower not his own.
Enclosures-Showers more th.in five hundred ((500)) feet apart along and at each standing. or growing for shade or ornament or other useful

Furniture Tops-Glass Mrs. Alice Cole, 58, died c corner of the boundaries of the land upon which signs there purpose or maliciously and injuriously seven from the freehold
Van Service, Inc. replaced Monday Nov. 5, in Punta shall appear prominently in letters of not less than two ((2) of another any product thereof or anything attached thereto
1 NEW; LOCATION Gorda after a short illness. inches in height: the word "posted" and in addition thereto (hallappear shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescnbed.
I 35W N.E.1aldnitd. G'ville 121So.\ldlnGalnl'S\ille: : She was a former resident of TURIN the name of the owner, lessee or occupant of said land.
i a72-s19I -372-1102 Starke, having lived here for Said signs shall be placed along the boundary line of posted land Section 11. Section 821 .16, Flonda Statutes is amended to
ROBBERS In a manner and in such position as to be clearly noticeable read:
I 19
years. from the outside of the boundary line
: MUSIC BEAUTY ACADEMY Surviving is her husband. ffi Panavision, Technicolor 821.16/ Boxing timber on land of another.-Whoever cuts
Jimmie Cole, Punta Gorda; ... .from WamtrBiO* 0 (2)) Culti\.itcd lands I is t that land which has been cleared of
A W.rn.r c. .Canton, boxes girdles 'causes or procures to be cut, boxed or girdled/
i one daughter Mrs. Jimmie .J< n.itur.il "t':I'I.lt'n, and is prcvnlly planted with. a crop any kind of timber standing growing or being on the land of
BALDWIN POWELL'SBCallty Dreier Toledo, Ohio; one son, SUN. MON orchard grove, past lire or trees or in fallow land as part of a another without the consent of the owner or removes or causesor

Academy Gary Cole, of Oregon; one crop rotation. procures to be removed from any land of of another, without

I PIANOS & ORGANS sister !Mrs Sue Pridgen (3)) Fnui'd land is thai land which has been enclosed by a his consent, any timber or wood of any kind shall upon con

CIIOICKOF THE ARTISTS learnaProfessionInYour Charleston S. C. and five fence of mhnt.inlinl: construction whether with rail, logs, post viction be punished as as hereinafter prescribed.

II Spare Time Full or Part grandchildren.! and mime:, iron. steel barbed wire, or other wire, or other
Time. Funeral services were heldat Section 12. Section 821.06 ia hereby repealed.
oLlpnamMusic. 2I9NAV. IOlh-37H-27 material( which stands at least three ((3) feet in height.!'
I 2 p.m.o'riday in Jones
Co. Memorial Chapel with Rev (4> \\lirre lands nre posted cultivated or fenced as described Section 13. Chapter 821 Florida Statutes is amended to add
i
CAMPER SALES M E. Fussell conducting. eiimd herein then said lands for the purpose of this chapter shall be section 821.38 to read:
I \iIIeShopplngl'l"ntt'r Interment was in Crosby Lake considered tu enclosed and pouted.

:172->ni & SERVICE CemeteryFLORIDA Section 3. Section 821.03. Flonda Statutes, is amended to 821.33: : J Penalties for tr'raM.-Any "person convicted of trespass -

PRINTEROF I read: as defined in any section in this chapter wherein a specific
"penalty has not been provided shall be punished as follows:
Gainesville 821.03 Entry on enclosure to hunt or fish.-
((1) When the trespass it committed without any design!! to
f in PANAVISIONa DE LUKE COLOR IPOl
DISTINCTIONQUALITY Item Camel 6rc aWKM.COmmufIaOaniCimparq (1) Whoever willfully and with the view of trespassing enters effect an injury or damage!: to the property or to cause the
CAMPER MART, INC. any land of another where crops. or fruit of my kind are removal therefrom of any growing: crop or other plant life or

3111:';. :Main Gainesville SUN. MON cultivated without written permission of the occupant per animal either wild or domestic it shall be trespass without
I obtained or without such previous consent of the owneror malice and shall be
viounly punished by
YOU CAN BE PROUD OF 37X-29.-.I: !!:; THEATRE Imprisonment in the county jail
TBaySrrviceDept. occupant, enters upon the lands of another to hunt or fish for not more than six <<(6)< > months or by fine of not more than
C'umplete'ampingtitnre : 1 w RRwMatallww.nnlvw' shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescribed. Onein five hundred ($500)) dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment
BRADFORD COUNTY Sales: oSII owtlme-ee daY8 7:00 a {party may obtain written permission for the entire party.Section .

TELEGRAPH (Concord Volunteer, Sunday 3:00 r' 4. Section 821.01. Flonda Statutes, .is amended to ((2)) When the trespass is committed with a design to cause
Saturday 1:00 Nroav
Key..Midas: Adventure wad: damage[ or injury to property or to cause the removal therefrom
U heels :\'orrls.Jflnltor; r of any growing!: crop or other plant life or animal either wild or
cultivated fenced lands.-No
964-63O5 Fan Explorer Sports Coach 821.04: Trespass on posted or domestic, it shall be trespass with malice and "hallJp.\ ..... first
FRI SAT SUN person" in this state shall willfully and with the view of trespassinp. conviction be
STARKE punished by imprisonment in the for
fill:
enter-any 'land of another which is cither fenced posted or county
not more than one ((1)) year or by fine up to one thousand
cultivated as defined jn section 821.011. Florida Statutes or
SI.000) dollars both
( ) or by such fine and imprisonment. Upon
r enter upptrt any tract of land bounded or entirely surrounded by the second and subsequent conviction of trespass with malice:
gull bay. canal nver or by creeks or lakes without permission
s sea. the punishment shall be imprisonment in the state for not
GAINESVILLE of the owner or occupant, authorued to give such permission more than ten ((10) years or fine of not than prison thousand
more ten
Cobia
JohnsonFahuglas REYNOLDSWHITE I II being previously obtained. Every person convicted of trespass ($10,000)) dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Motors I[ Rl ts as defined herein shall be punished as hereinafter pre-
wribed." ((3)) Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent the

IIIItIC.. Section &. Section 821.05. Florida Statutes Is amended to owner of said lands from recovering damages from the trespasser
by civil action.
.. read:

1030 E. University Ay nu. I LIGHTNING !! Throwing down fences, etc;Every" person in this Section 14. This act shall take effect October 1. 1969.

O.n""III., Florida > 821.0 shall willfully lay or throw down the" fence or ban or Became a law,without the Governor's
Phone 378-1591 Lynn Hamilton open a gale of another or with evil intent, by any other mean approval.
(SB United AitwtB Interfere with the fence of another .person thereby cap-leg Filed in Office Secretary of SUU July 3. 1969.
Now Is The Time To Get Your Boat Ready For fall
T M a M T R a .w
Next Years Season MaaeLw MIF.wIIwN MOw IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THE ABOVE CONTACT;

Bring in NOW For Maintenance PLUSFISTFULL OF DYNAMITE' ADM SI 25SHQWTIME 7.00 DOLPH REDDISH, CHIEF DEPUTY BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE. ,


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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Schaeffer, representing the LAW T E Y Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Boyetteand weekend. While there, Robert
Church of God Sunday Florida National Guard, family and his sister Hazel DuBose,
spoke to the Lawtey students celebrated their birthdays.
School 10 a.m. Worship about the significance of Coleman announce the arrival brotherInlaw Mrs.Pierce Crews and Mrs. Also joining the party was his
with their
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. of a son on Nov. 7 In BY ELIZABETH TERRY stayed attended
students Thornton
Baptist
Veterans Day. The and sister, Mr. and Mrs.C. Onie sister Thetis English, her
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, participated in a program Hospital, Jacksonville, The Randall Reddish of Raiford spent Sunday with their R. Rentier and family. Homecoming and Sing at husband, and son, Joel. ..
7:30: p.m.The designed to honor the Veteranby grandparents are Mr. and spent Thursday to Saturdaywith mother, Mrs. Lois Carter. Beulah Baptist Church on
church spread and dinner at observing a flag-raising Mrs. Albert Norman of his grandparents Mr. Freddie Wilkison and some Sunday.Mr. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J.
the hour had
noon singing
ceremony the singing of the Highland. and Mrs. Les McClellan. Jeff friends, and Hubert Wilkisonof F. Robertson regret\ learn of
in the afternoon. The Singers National Anthem and the Starke spent .and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof
McClellan of Live Oak, were Sunday the death of their nephew,
Winter
came from ; Haven. Pledge of Allegiance to the Saturday night with them. guests of their parents, Mr. Tallahassee were Sunday Daniel B. McCullers, Jr. of
PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. Leon Starling, Mrs. overnight guests of their Vero Beach. He was County
flag.A and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Sr.
Faith Church
Baptist poster contest was held Ray Reddish of) Tampa George Shuford, and Mrs. Another guest was Chuck parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Commissioner there for 16
Radio Program over WPXE Selma Eunice is Lois Carter attended the
students
last week to help visited his mother, Mrs. Norton of Crosby Lake,for the Dobbs. years.
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible learn about Veterans Day. Six spending some time with her Bryant Reddish, over the wedding of her nephew, Gene
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- posters were selected as being son-in-law and daughter, Mr. weekend. Other guests were Rivers, in the Methodist day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. the most outstanding. Winnersof and Mrs. Carl Thompson and her nephew, Bob Reddish, and Church of Middleburg on Mr.and Mrs. Albert Tinsler and John visited their brother- spent Monday of last week
School on Bible Doctrine the contest were: Kin- family on Crosby Lake his mother, Mrs. Roy Red- Saturday afternoon.Mrs. and son of Miami treated their in-law and sister, Mr. and with her mother, Mrs. P. L.
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome. dergarten, Scott Anders; dish, of Webster on) Sunday. children, Robyn, Scott and Mrs. Larrie DuBose of Dinklns.oooooauooooo00.
Prayer meeting First Grade, Robbie Brice; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kellyof Mrs. Reddish remained for a W. A. Mobley of John to a stay in the motel Decatur, Ga. over the
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Second Grade, Barbie Lake Worth spent the longer visit. Tampa was a Wednesday the weekend.
Study Newport; Third Grade, Kathy weekend with their parents, overnight guest of her sister, over
Diggs; Fourth Grade,Tammy Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Mr.and Mrs. Les McClellan Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. Mrs. Pierce Crews visited
Grace United Methodist Denton; and Fifth Grade, spent the weekend with their her sister Mrs. Onie Thorn-
Church Sunday School 9:45: George Loznicka. Mrs. James D. Kelly of son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Testonof ton, in Auburndale last week. WEDNESDAYNIGHT
a.m. Worship Services, 11 Children's Book Week is Jacksonville spent the and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand Starke were Tuesday Mrs. Thornton returned home
a.m. and 7 p.m. MYF Wed- being observed at the school weekend with her son Georgeand family in Jesup,Ga. They evening guests of their with her and will spend FISH
nesday 7 p.m. followed by will while his wife is Mr. and Mrs. Earl
this week. All students family, in were Tuesday overnight parents, sometime with her and other '
Choir Practice at 7:30.: receive special bookmarks St. Vincent's Hospital, guests of their brotherinlawand Teston. Other guests were relatives. SPECIALCocktail
United Methodist Women reflecting the theme, "Books Jacksonville intensive care sister,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. their son-in-law and daughter,
met at the church at 10 o'clock Make a Difference." after surgery. We wish for hera Pringle of Sanford. While Mr. and Mrs. Randy Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Boyetteand % '175
Tuesday morning with Mrs. Mrs. Tatum's third grade speedy recovery. there they visited their of Hampton, on Sunday. family took their
Mac Wells presiding. Meetingwas class is providing decorations nephew and niece Mr. and daughter, Cheryl, and elevenof Lounge
All The Fried; Flounder
opened with prayer by for the school cafeteria for the Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Mrs. Birchfield Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castell of her friends to the football
Mrs. George Roberts. month of November and they Thursday overnight guest of daughter.Mrs. Clearwater were Friday in Orange Park last You Can Eat
Business meeting was her sister Mrs. C. E. of Mr. and game
overnight
have also published a guests of
Friday night in celebration INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO
followed by devotional given newsletter that explains some Strickland, in Gainesville.Miss Bill Gaskins and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. her 13th birthday. The friends HUSH PUPPY & PIRATE'S SLAW
Mrs. Olin. 13 ladies
by of their activities. Terry's guests for lunchon O. J. Phillips were hostesses. remained for a slumber party
present. Next week will be a short Saturday were her sister, at a stork shower Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan after the
school week with the Mrs. Joyce Futch of night for Mrs. Phillips' and Bryan,Mr.and Mrs.JohnR. game. 3500 SW 13TH ST. GAINESVILLE FLA. 378-2931
Highland Baptist Church Thanksgiving Holidays BlackshearhGa. and nephew, granddaughter, Mrs. .Cowan and Becky, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allenof
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. beginning on Wednesday.School son, Jeff, of Elizabeth Ann Rodrigues, at Mrs. Julius Beach and Mr. Valdosta Ga. were
Worship Services 11 a.m. will be in session Black Mountain, N. C. the home of Mrs. Phillips. and Mrs. C. A. North and Saturday overnight guests of
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. Monday and Tuesday with a After playing several games, family, all of Jacksonville,
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Teacher Planning Day Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, the honoree opened her gifts. Mr.and Mrs.Don Roberts and
Prayer meeting Wednesday, scheduled for Wednesday. Jr. of Gainesville, Mrs. They served delicious cake family of Lake City, Mr. and
7:30: p.m. School will start again on Marvin Moore and children of and punch to the 21 ladies Mrs. S. W. Swindell and sons,
Monday, Nov. 26. Lake City,Mr. and Mrs. Allen present. and Mrs. Edith Swinney, Florida National Banksappreciate
LODGE MEETINGThe Gutshaw of Orlando and gathered at the home of their
Kenneth Shiver of Gainesvillewere Leslie North of Jacksonville parents, Mr and Mrs. J. F,
Grand Lodge held its NEW ARRIVALS dinner guests of their spent the weekend with her Robertson, Sunday evening to
8th Masonic District Con- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.S. help him celebrate his 70th
vention at Lawtey Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Carl Prevatt. Other guests L. Swindell, and sons. birthday.Mr. .
Nov.1. It was attended by the Jackson are the proud parentsof were their nephews, Skeeter
Most Worshipful Grand a baby girl born Nov.6 in St. and Jackson Prevatt of Carroll Swindell of Callahanwas and Mrs. J. F.
Master H. Ben Collins and his Vincent's Hospital Starke. a Thursday overnight Robertson went to Jackson-
official family. All the other Jacksonville. The maternalgrandparents guest of his brother and sister- ville Sunday morning to meet your money
lodges in this District at- are Mr. and Mrs.Truby Wainwright and in-law, Mr and Mrs. S. L. their brother, Charles E.
tended. Before the meeting a Mrs. Leon Starling of Lawteyand Miss Arthurne! Blanchard Swindell.Mr. Campbell, of Jacksonville,
supper was served which was paternal grandparentsare attended the Extension and their niece Mrs. Nelma
enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Homemakers Club meeting at and Mrs. Jack Kuhne East, of Maggie Valley, N C. faster.
Jackson of Starke. Starke last Thursday more Sunday
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Charles Mr. and Mrs. Milton brother-in-law and sister, Sr. of Lake City and Mr and
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Cases Were DocketedFor ********* "* ********:1 Christmas In November BazaarSet

. Today Friday In Lake City

Tuesday's Plea Day .
1\\e The annual "Christmas in Free coffee and cookies will
c ;n. November" bazaar sponsoredby be served by the hostesses.The .
76 cases were scheduled for Harvey Shaw Bodie pled not Bonds were estreated in the Vl *
disposition Tuesday guilty to driving while intoxicated cases of Opal Allen Willie M., )1JO the Columbia County council will have a

November 13, at the plea day and leaving the Woodard, James Clifton C Extension Homemakers(Thursday booth with many items for
is set today
of accident. The Mosley and Charles Lester Council sale, including holiday
session of the County Judge's scene an mint
ByMono Nov. 15)) and tomorrow
all for ,
Court. court appointed the public McCullough, disorderly molds. Demonstrations on
26 cases for unlawful speed defender to represent Bodie intoxication. (Friday, Nov 16)fromla.m.to ( making holiday mints will be
and 10 for careless driving and transferred the case to the Wallace O'Neal Preston : Marchani. 5:30: p.m in the Community in given throughout the two
entered a plea of not guilty on Building a t the Fairgrounds
made up the bulk of the day'scourt trial docket. days.
calendar. The cases John Randolph Morgan a charge of possession of less Lake Citv
forfeited bond for careless than five grams of marijuana We had all better fire up Last Monday the BHS
were: and his transferredto with spirit, because tonight is History Classes celebrated
case was
Luther Ray Johns not driving; the case of Richard I
pled the trial docket. the final football game of the Veterans Day with guest For The
guilty to driving while In- Paul Tomlinson for careless Get Ready Holidays
Tommie DeSue not season for our BUS Tornadoes speakers Mr. J. T. Rouse, and
toxicated; James Williard driving was continued; James pled Gene UnderhIll U this
Commander Howell of Post 56
Sanders was fined $151 and Howard Norman forfeited guilty to reckless display of week's Jackpot winner of the
placed on probation for 6 bond for careless driving; firearms. The court appointedthe Bradford Roping Club. of Starke. Mr. Rouse gave a Reed's: "Rocket"
speech on "What Are
months for unlawful speed. Tommy Houston, $26 or 2 public defender to "
The will be in Veterans?
Herbert Earnel Clark for- days, (sentence suspended), represent DeSue at his trial. game
Lois R. Griffis pled guilty to Gene Underhill Is Gainesville against'! Eastside.
feited bond for improper( start for unlawful speed Alton
The reason for the CRACKER
disorderly intoxication and game NUT
from parked position Charles Bankston $36 or 3 for
reckless of firearm. Winner tonight was because "Gator
fined $46 unlawful speed. display a Jackpot
Darling was
Anthony Adjudication of guilt was Growl" is being held at the A Car Wash, Road Block,
for careless driving. Edwin Vincent Williams
or Mildred 4 days Louise Nocks pleadedno $46 or 4 days for unlawful! withheld by the court, pendinga Pictured with a few of his Florida Field tomorrow night. and Bake Sale will be held Fast & Easy To

contest to a careless speed; Johnny Edward pre-sentence investigation. trophies is Gene Underhill, Saturday, Nov. 17, for the I
driving charge. Her case was Williams, $46 or 4 days for Randall Lee Canterburywas this week's Jackpot winner in Richard Crews Kidney Fund Use
dIsmissed. unlawful speed; William fined $101 court costs and the Bradford Roping Club's by the FCA, Cheerleaders and
Smith for placed on 18 months probation. weekly horse show held each If the PEP CLUB shows off other athletes. The Car Wash 11r- Sale ''Priced
Hugh W. Biggs,$36 or 3 days Arthur ,$36 or 3 days their new jerseys and
open will be at Seeber Goodman'sStandard
careless Donald for petit larceny. Saturday at the Bradford
parking driving;
for improper ; Franklin Slade Jr. 2 Bond was set at $1001 and County Fairgrounds. their mouths,as much as their Station on North 301,
Catherine Carlene Yeager, $26 $26 or
or 2 days for violation of days, (sentence suspended) order for arrest was issued for Underhill competed against will spirit have, then a we great all supportingclub know we and also Station one at Carl Hurst'sShell h___.......:...... -(/ :.\ 5309
driver license restrictions; for unlawful speed. John H. Crass, Jr., on a five other riders Saturday on South 301. The
Thomas Theodore Hill, for- Willie Rhoden, Jr., $46 or 4 charge of contributing to the night. Trophies are not given to back up our Tor- bake sale will be held at Stan's
nadoes!!11!
feited bond for unlawful days for unlawful speed; delinquency of a minor. Crass for the Jackpot, but for most Bootery, Winn-Dixie Plaza,

speed Roger Lee Byers, $26 Ralph Thomas Smith, $51 or 5 was scheduled to appear for points in four ride nights.Pecan and Koch's Drug Store. The Satsuma $G15
;
Road Block will be the 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o.
for motor sentencing on the charge. on
or 2 days for violation of days operating

driver license restrictions; vehicle while license corner of 301 and Call Street Oranges, . .h $575
Prices And Please come and help supportthe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dennis Lee Hardy pled not suspended; Earl K. Rogers, foundation.
guilty to a charge of improper $51 or 5 days for no valid
mufflers; Peggy J. Gaillard, driver's license and $51 or 5
$15 for no valid driver's days for careless driving; Quality Open LowPecan JOHNSON & FARI
license. David Henry Murry forfeited
Glenn Dale Magyari! was bond for no valid inspection I: I Ia. ATTENTION TORNADO

sentenced to 15 days in jail for certificate; Conley Joseph seemed sales in Bradford forward for the quality and FANS 224 N. 'V. 8th Ave. Gainesville!
wilful and wanton reckless Bush forfeited bond for County somewhat the price to improve in future ,

driving Carol Lee Hodge case running a red light. depressed compared to other sales. The FBLA organization is
continued; on an unlawful Bonds were estreated in years, but hopes are high for Prices during the first selling': metal car plates with MASTER CHARGE OPEN SATURDAY
improvement of the pecan auction averaged 30.5 cents a "Bradford High Fighting I
for
Lawrence each of the nine cases
speed charge; 'TIL 5:30: P.M.
Wilton Renner $26 or 2 days unlawful speed: Jeffrey Mace marketing, according to pound for seedlings; 34.5 centsa Tornadoes" for$2 each. Show BANKAMERICARD
for no valid driver's license; Schoenholtz; John Bunnion Manager Bob Allen of the pound for Curtis and 37 centsa your spirit contact any FBLA
Linda Dianne Fletcher for- Rackley; Cherry Ann State Farmers Market in pound for Stewart. member and get yours today.

feited bond for unlawful Starling; William W Miller; Stark
speed; John Barbour, $15 for William Terry Morris; Phillip Army PFC Dana Rasdenson A little over 25,000 pounds of Davis PromotedAt
no tag and $15 for no valid Leverett Poucher; Darryl 1 congratulates SGT Wayne pecans were sold during the
inspection certificate; Hugh McMain; J, A. Nix and Glenn as he was named top first day of marketing last Med Center
Johnnie Hobbs Nichols, $26 or Leonard Beck.In WAC recruiter In Jackson Thursday.The Market is open

2 days for improper tag. other non-traffic cases: ville. for pecans will be every week Thursdayand until John Davis, 31, has been Perfect!
every
Effie Mae Wilkinson, $26 or Joseph Willard Crawford was appointed assistant director
2 days for improper change of fined $36 or 3 days for Sgt. Glenn Is the pecan supply goes down. responsible for the administrative -
Allen called the first sale of
lane or course; Robert Lee trespassing on leased lands. functions of
Williams, $36 3 days for The case of Sammy Lee the season, "A pretty good
or Wishbone
Top RecruiterSGT sale" Quality of the nuts are inpatient care areas of Shands The
careless driving, case Gilmore for failure to off some this year and this Teaching Hospital and Clinicsof
dismissed on Rudolph Hudsonfor surrender driver's license and Gainesville.
violation of driver license registration was dismissed. Wayne Glenn, local could be holding the prices
born in Brooker
restrictions; Randall Jay Bond was set at $501 and army' recruiter, has been down. The nuts are light and Davis was from

Silverberg pled not guilty to arrest order issued for Neil A. named the top WAC recruiterin not Allen.filled out good, accordingto and Bradford was County graduated High School. Formation.

no valid driver's license Butler on a worthless check the Jacksonville Army He is married to the former
service
marketing
Main Station for news
charge Roy Nathan Hoffler charge. Recruiting
; Sue Pearce of
the period beginning July 1, has predicted the pecan crop; Miss Carolyn
forfeited bond for unlawful Paul York, Jr. pled not Ohio. They have
Lancaster
speed; George Washington guilty on a worthless check 1972 ending June 30, 1973. will be more than 50 percent ,
child.
and his During this period SGT higher than last year. one
Cruce forfeited bond for charge case was Davis was
careless driving. transferred to the trial docket. Glenn also enlisted 81 young "In this area there will be Formerly
men and placed among the top quite a few more pecans than director of Ambulatory
ten per cent in male last year," says Allen. Services for Jackson
production.Other Allen said he is looking Memorial Hospital in Miami.

awards won by SGT 7

; WEATHERTROrTHEAT! Glenn include the com- _
manding General's award House Painting
Top Recruiter award for V r

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*
and the top recruiter third FREE ESTIMATES *

quarter 1973 Jacksonville
RMS. The local recruiter has
been assigned to Baker and Call Anytime Day or Night

a Bradford counties since June
e 1970 following a tour in Viet AVERAGE HOUSES $225-$350!

Nam, there he earned the
AVERAGE ROOMS $40-$50!
Bronze Star Medal.

m.Irji PORCHES $25-$50!

TJ1.! WlshbocEnjoy

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At Reasonable Hourly Rates
The land use study now I
under way is expected to
include recommendations and 964-5236 *

regulations with reference to
the location of mobile homes. the game with WISHBONE FRIED CHICKEN. Eat it white! !you. watch

The study is now about 90 per I Need Your Business the runs and passes. Hot or cold, it gives you' all the options Everything from a

cent complete.Pat "Chicken Dinner Box to 'Complete Family Dinners' for the whole team. So

Farnsworth, chairmanof & I Offer. switch to the Wishbone formation Its perfect! )n.

the Starke Zoning Board, Service You Can Trust At
who was elected following Wishbone Fried Chicken
One Unit! One Constant Temperat re! Gaines appointment as the Reasonable Prices (

All Year Long county zoning director, Fried chicken the way it ought to be .J
recommended to the city
commission that the ban be
fc W. th rtron" Heat Pump provIdes both h* tng tFAMOUS Gf BWITIH extended for another 90 day
and cooling to keep your home comfortable DUAliTY flATUHU
period, pending the receiptand
every day of the year. This space saving, Weather- e C-II 0.'_....... review of the land use
trop unit will maintain' your desired comfort level.
e htfcm Itm m tie..|. study.It .
Jung the automatic thermostat, even changes
SMtliftKWtt! is expected that the
from cooling to heating, or heating to cooling
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automatIcally. MIlM-UlMrWM. Starke Zoning Board will PUBLIC NOTICEThe
Brown'sRefrigeration make recommendations to the
city commissioners for the
adoption of new ordinances
regulating the placement and
location of mobile homes
within the city limits after

Air Conditioning forth noting in the the guidelines land use to study.be set State owned Lands located in Union and

226 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla. The 90 day ban had the
of the
TF city unanimous commission.approval Bradford Counties known to most of the publicas


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Students To Sponsor Drive 'tf'Ir ,..... .. BROOKER IN BRIEFBy "'q

ROYALTYRF.IGNSAT stone, daughter of Mr. and
BROOKER CARNIVALThe LINDA C. COY Mrs. Kuey Tetstone. Crowned
l! For Richard Crews Kidney Fund Prince was Doug Green son,
Brooker PTA staged its of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

I B Bradford High students and began an effort to raise funds 'Winn Dixie and two down- most successful Halloween Green.
.. teachers are sponsoring a car for young!,!Crews but the effort town at Stan's Bootery and Carnival Saturday night, Oct. Chosen as the 1973\ Queepwas
:, wash a road block and a bake has !grown'! beyond that club to Koch's Drug Store. BHS 27.The 'I Ij4 Malissa Rabon, daughterof
this Saturday Nov. 17 to fun began with a Mrs. h Hayes and
\ sale include many students and cheerleaders are heading!,! up Betty
'J< raise funds for the Richard teachers Sexton says. the bake sale, Sexton says; l costume parade marching !t Ialt. Mark Crews son of Mr. and
n Crews Kidney Fund. The car wash's are anyone wishing to donate --x-10 through town to the school Mrs. Allen Crews was
Crews 20,a 1972 graduate of scheduled-one at Carl Hurst's baked goods is asked to Low,THe ARMY 14 eSTCIKMIUO grounds where everything!'! crowned King.
BHS. is currently taking Shell station at US-391:!! and SR. contact Cheerleader Donna 9TAKTIM&THE FAVOR PV OFPEEIklfi. WKJHEK was all set for a fun-filled Last but not least among the
dialysis treatments for a 100 and one at Seeber Goodman's Prevatt. WHO ALEEAtTV PAY NAUC.AMP KWOK iCIU.-TO PEOPLE evening. The costume par- festivities was the always
kidney condition while he Standard station on US- The cheerleaders and BHS PtTAHS A8Dtrr TMIS THEArMyJEW. MEW .ticipants were judged in three popular cake walk. During the
donor for tran- PRO.rAMCALLEp'STvipES different groups) most walk the raffle items
awaits a a 301 north, club members are setting up FOR cake
splant."Anybody. The road block will be at the the entire drive Sexton says. $KILL57"AKEAVAllA FROM ANY original scariest and ugliest. were given away. Shirley
that would like to corner of US-301 and Call A2MV REP/zC5ENTATIVE. The winners received cash Green won the Malibu Doll

help out we'd be grateful to Street. prizes. They were: pre-school set, Michael Williams of
have"says Mike Sexton BHS Three bake sale set ups are School Millage Reduction through third grade most Tallahassee won the Tether
faculty for the Fellowship of planned one at the Starke original Bobby and Ginger Ball set, Bobby Crosby Jr.
Christian Athletes. The FCA Plaza parking'! lot In front of Adams las( Peter Pan and won the Free Spirit Bicycle,
Asked In Rep. Williams Bill Tinker Bell) ; Scariest Linda Hill won the Faberware
Michelle Harrell as Sigmonthe Broi ler.Hollsserie, Shirley
Sea Monster, and Vanessa Tot stone the
Starke Skating Rink won butchering
Representative Frank Seqwick as the
Williams D is cosponsoringa ugliest.
and out-of-town
t i 1I1 m. an guest'!;
301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6O7O Winners of the fourth grade .. eul.t .w-- '1
-- "-" -- -
OPEN. 7.OO: P.M.10:00: P.M. bill providing!,! for a man and were: Most original rum Pompano Beach won the
up
Mimosa datory reduction of the Foster Barbara Tetstone brought; in a grand l I"'... .1130 rifle.
FRI. & SAT. Suzanne Morris; Ugliest Doug Green Carol Fussell, $814.24 which was clear profitfor
millage rate from ten mills to
ADM $1.25 eight mills for local school Susan Parrish; and scariest Bradlee Cox Penny Jakab, the PTA.Crowned .
Jeff Wood.
MATINEES SAT.. SUN., 2-5 P.M. Paving districts participating in the: Mark Crews Linda Manning, Princess of the SYMPATHY:
Pictured of the
are some Jeff Wood and Malissa 1973 Brooker Halloween
ENTIRE FAMILY $2.50 Florida Education Finance parade participants left to
r Rabon. These contestants Carnival was Barbara Ta'goo" -
Our heart-felt sympathy
,5:I FREE INSTRUCTION FOR Programs.The right Deena Cox Michelle ,,_... .. extendedto
bill will also for -- -- love and are
BEGINNERS SPECIAL RATES Project provide Harrell, Jim Parker Vanessa x+! prayers
replacement revenue to the the family of Mrs. Alberta
Seawick Bobby and Ginger
rI) FOR GROUPS flt PARTIES Mrs.
school district Stokes whose daughter
t HOME OWNED AND OPERATED ; therefore Adams and Joan Copeland.A v
local school systems will not Mildred Martin passed away
delicious chicken pilau
REED JONES MGR. OkayedIn
}i lose any money. supper was the next attractionfor Oct. 25.
This will represent a many spectators. After 9
a 3-1 vote last Tuesday, savings of$120,474 to Bradford this the next few hours were l PKAYKK LIST

; Nov. 6, the Starke city com- County taxpayers and spent enjoying the pony rides "
KEYSTONE, MELROSE mission approved the pavingof $118,615,448 for taxpayers and hay ride, or strolling!,! Ethel Douglas Susan
Mimosa Street, a short throughout the rest of the along from booth to booth in Douglas, Sandy Douglas
dead-end street off Bessent state. search of the many surprisesthat Scott Douglas Sue Register
Business Road in East Starke, as "There is a great deal of each held. The booths Doris Kelley Carolyn Dyal,
Directory
i recommended by Streets support for the bill and I feel included fortune telling, dart Ethel Marlin, Linda Cox

Chairman Charles Schaefer. confident it will pass the 1974 game, bean bag toss, milk Steve Martin
vFISHERMAN'S In bringing up the project legislative session" said bottles novelty shop country This is my last news article.
would like to
j HARDWARE Commissioner Schaefer said Williams. store sweet shop fish pond i In resigning, I
to all
the portion to be paved is 1,685 The freshman legislator and sponge throw grab bags express my appreciation
t.1 SUPPLIES GARDEN feet long and the paving will member of the powerful bingo, and the hot dog stand. k those who cooperated with me
several
", cost $2.35 per foot a total of Finance and Taxation Climax of the evening was -, during the past yearsin .
ff"/t. 3724. Committee went on to say, the introduction of the Royal !;.,... ... my news corresponding.Linda
to Slim's Village! HARDWARE The project was approvedon "the legislature must get Court. All candidates were
j All a motion by Commissioner away from the present tax and dressed formally and were Cox

Fish-'N'-Stuff Schaefer, a second by Com- spend attitude and start presented to the large crowdof
2 GARDEN CENTER missioner Orie Wiggins and thinking in terms of tax onlookers. The 12 can
"
Live Bait with Chairman Neil Tucker relief. didates were: Ricky Nipper
A complete line of Hdw.
4 Crlckets-Shinners-Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS voting for it. Commissioner Leslee Thomas William REDUCING INVENTORY
Minnows
Jimmy McRae voted againstthe
iJ Plumbing. Electrlcill Supp. project and Commissioner Disabled Vets

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Raiders Overwhelm

PagetO TELKCillAPII November 15. l(73!(



OP Simply Outperformed BHS20-6 To Win OP ,

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Tornadoes, Coaches SaySeven Homecoming GameI


dropped passes were disappointed on the defensive This did not include-the drive An overwhelming Orange But after holding the Tornadoes a third down. Crews got the
one of the main causes of the play which was very poor" that BHS scored on late in the Park Raider offense during to four downs the ball again and took it three
Bradford's 20-6 loss to Orange says Head Tornado David game. the second half added another Raiders moved on big running yards over left tackle for the
Park last Friday night in /Nurse "Although a lot of "Defensively we feel that number to the loss column for plays to the three yard line first down at the BUS 24 yard
Orange Park according to credit goes to Orange Park we had a good game plan but the Bradford Tornadoes where Gay went over left line.On
Bradford High coaches. \\.e did not play up to our the kids simply did not Friday night during the tackle for another Orange the first down quar
Quarterback Charlie Green capabilities individually." execute," says Coach Hurse. Orange Park 20.6 Park score. The extra point terback Charlie Green was
threw seven passes that were "We were in the game all Tim Crews was the leading Homecoming.The kick by Murphy was good and caught going around the right ,i
in the hands of receivers that the way until we got carelesson rusher for Bradford with a Tornadoes now sit at 4- the Raiders were leading 200. end by Raider tackle Charlie y
missed them. For the night a punt when it hit one of our total of 90 yards from 17 4-1 and next week will end During the first quarter Floyd for a seven yard loss J-
Green threw 28 passes and players and Orange Park carries while Tommy Reddishran their regular season in both teams repeatedly were back to the 17 yard line. I
completed eight of them for a recovered"comments Hurse. 13 times for 59 yards. Gainesville against Eastsideat forced to punt or ran out of Then on second down Green $j
total of 92 yards. This seemed to ignite Orange "We were out quicked and Citizens Field.Orange Parkis downs. connected with split end Larry ffi
The loss puts the Tornadoesat Park and they went from their execution was better now on the winning side of a Late in the first quarter Sherman for a 19 yard pass
an even 4-4-1 mark for the there to score their first than ours," explains defensive 5-4 record. Bradford started a running that gave BUS a first down at .
season so far before endingthe touchdown line Coach Mike Sexton of the L_ Only Tornado score came at drive that took them from the the 36 yard line. On second :
Eastside The Tornadoes ,rh the end of the game with 33 BUS 13 yard line to the
season against put togethertwo game Friday night. FM At kJ Orange down Green went for Matt
tonight 'Thursday, Nov 15)) at lengthy drives, both en- "On the long TD run in the ter + M d seconds left when run- Park 25. Hull this time and made nine .'
Citizens Field in Gainesville."All ding in Orange Park territory second quarter, as was the ningback Tim Crews went yards on the pass. Reddish got
of us were very at the 15 then the 20 :yard line. case in several plays we had Quarterback Charlie Green is caught from behind by an around left end for 15 yards STA TISTI'S the ball on third down and
and the
the people in the touchdown. The extra went up the middle for nine
positions but they failed proper to Orange Park tackle last! Friday night in Orange Park when the point kick after by Charlie BUS yards to the 45 yard line for a
(Sea Page 11)) Raiders! rolled 20-6 over the Tornadoes still Green trailed was no 206.good and BUS OP first down. I
First Downs t5 9 Green kept the ball on the
At halftime the teams were Yerdh RUlhlng 111 270 next play and went four yards
Cross Country Runners End Season at a scoreless tie and were Yerde Pawing 85 14 around left end. Reddish went
about even running the ball. PCPAPI 7250 140 up the middle on the first
Cross Country runners at Gordon timing in at 15.17 The first Orange Park Punts 6 SPeneltiea down and pushed the ball to
Bradford High ended their Ricky Solze turned I in a time of made was in the Palatka touchdown came with 1:15: left 30 100 midfield and a second down
season last Saturday at the 15.32 for 30th place. Invitation in which they in the third quarter when SCOHE BY QUARTERS with the new quarter starting.
District meet in I'a'latka as Other places for BUS were placed fourth among eight quarterback Jimmy Gay went Green tried for )Hull again
neither the team or any of the Paul Parsons in 31 with 15.33 schools. over the middle for the score. BHS 000 but the pass fell too long and
individual runners qualified minutes; Mike Sanders at 32 "We didn't run with The extra point kick by !Mike 0 0 7 13 t 20 SOP BHS had a third down. Hull
for state place also with a time of 15.33, anybody except Clay High" Murphy was good and the was the target again and the
To go to state competition in and !Mike\ Sherman placed that are not going to state, Raiders took a 7-0 lead. pass was complete but Hull
Titusville a team must have 42nd with a time of 16.17. says Coach Grover Howard. Later in the fourth quarter BHS received a punt from just made it back to the line of
made it in The absence of Captain with the help of a big play by Orange Park at the
X the top three placesor Overall placing in the meet 13 yard scrimmage. A five yard
. 4iq, an individual runner would was:first f place, Palatka South Mark Hodges hurt the Tornadoes Gay got to the BUS 21 yard line. Then on first down Tim penalty against the Raiders
have had to make according to Grover line and runningback Charlie Crews went the middle for
one of the with 29 points; second place up put the Tornadoes in Orange
Cornerback Sheldon Hodge catches this Orange Park top five. Buchholz with 72 points; third Howard. Hodges would have Floyd went in for the touch- two yards to the 15. )Park territory at the 45 yard
runner on an end sweep last Friday night In Orange Park Bradford placed fifth place, Orange Park, 85; made it to state and could down. The extra point try by On second down a six yard
overall during the meet with fourth, Clay High. 98 points;; have dropped BHS's score if Murphy failed and the run off right guard by run- line.On the third down Green
eight teams he would have run. Hodges is Raiders had a substantial 13-6 ningback Tommy Reddish
competing. Larry fifth, BHS.[ 137; sixth, North put
Cage Action Opens Dee. 4 Paterson was the top placer !Marion, 138 points; seventh, out due to thigh injuries. lead with9:05leftin: the game. the ball at t the 21 yard line with (See Page 11))
for BBS but he was way down Ocala Vanguard. 165 points; .
in 24th place. Paterson ran the and Bolles in eighth place with --- ---- ------ --- -------- .aaaa------ --

After a week of basketball varsity team. course in 14.58 minutes. Kirk 197 points. I ..aww.... ...,,..._... N_._ ... ._ .. ...,............ ,.,, _
practice /Head Coach Mike Football season overlapping Hunsinger was next for Bradford ended the season 9'i:'' ",.. veMw07R '" : '''' '" "- uro wtq.0.r'b-BY'a /;.pevm rK6+A' 'Vi'"' ''''$
Sexton has selected six boysas with basketball, is still Bradford in 25th with a time of with an 0-5 dual meet record t \;:;
being top performers so holding the talents of Donnie 15.03. In 27th place was Jm and the best placing they '::h ?17"
far. all of whom have not Sewell. Sheldon 1I0d e, David ;
played football this season McMillian. James t' D [ '
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Golden Elva Hampton Abie December 4, in :\Iacclennyand their f fifth straight win,as they The I loss was Badcocks second .. -
Williams, Wayne Berry and Coach Sexton plans to downed Cunningham Gulf, 32- and put them trailing Kit' ,, JI. ....... ..... .-..' -
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I Eastside Should Be Oui- kest Team BHS Has Faced Yet I


Eastside should be the pound senior that Is an excellent agressive; the offensive back- .. Team comments; ; from the excellent job up the middle at times runs a double slant-"--"The- -team-- that-shows--the-- There; ;is-not enough differenceIn

I""r quickest Bradford overall team that quarterback and field has good overall speed, scouting report says EastsideJoncs and on the sweep, and is very where two linebackers line up most desire to win will win the the teams to make a i
face this year High,and Tornadoes this will will be probably Tornadoes the have best faced that this the hard to block.Raiders. --00 Lnndnn__" whn...._ rlnpa____ _an__ defense most of the time and on the center.Conner. game," says Coach Hurse. prediction."

discovered tonight (Thursda, He is quick and he Overwhelm (From Page 10;
year. very .. OP
Nov. 15)) at Citizens Field m is a good to average passer (From Page io) The Tornadoes then .Leads Outperformed . I

.' Gainesville" starting! at 8 p.m. and a good all-round player, completed to runningback BUS received the second sustained a drive that took .
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1 was impressed with according to the Bradford Bruce Barnes for nine yardsto half kickoff and started with BUS from its 35 yard line to ;Bantam (From Page 10)
Eastside when we played High scouting report. the 36 yard line and a first the running game. On first the Orange Park 15, the drive make the play," comments according to tensive Line
them during the Sexton. Coach Butch .
Eastside has Redding."Offensively
Jamboree the Big Sun down.
down Crews went three yardsup the
put together by of
running
6' and I am still Impressed with Conference's best pass Reddish ran the ball over the middle to the 23 yard Tim Crews and Conner Insurance with just Sheldon Hodge was selectedas we weren't
them," says Head Bradford receiver at the tight end spotin left tackle for two yards and line. Reddish got one yard off Reddish. The drive ended Tommy two games left to be played the defensive lineman of really as agressive as in the
on
High Coach David Hurse of Vernon Jones. the ball I went to the OP 34 yard left guard on second down. fourth down and six to for leads the Bantam League and the week by the coaches. past and they just whipped us
the Rams. "He will be hard to contain line with a second down. With a third down facing him the first when a Green go to Branding Iron Restaurant, Hodge made seven tackles on the line of scrimmage,"
Eastside will go into the last but we must do that to win," Crews ran the ball off right Green the ball to Crews Hayes fell pass by just two games. while Donnie Sewell made says Coach Redding.
gave incomplete.
game coming off victoriousover according to Coach Hurse. guard and found a hole and again but he only made It to Orange Park Two wins by Branding Iron eight individual tackles Early "Instead of coming off the
got possessionand
North Marion, Palatka At the for the and two losses by Conner Chandler and Terry line and blocking people we
pro man spot ran to the 20 yard line for a the 28 yard line and the the Tornado defense held Hayes
C, Central, Ocala Forrest and Rams is Reggie McCelland, a first down. Tornadoes still needed two them for less than 10 would tie them for the league each made six !tackles. just tried pushing them,"
Vanguard, and Eau Gallic. good blocker with good hands, But on the next play a five yards for the first down, and and forced them to punt.yards lead. Branding Iron was to Crews was selected as the according to Redding.
Eastside. has lost who is and has play Starke Builders and best offensive back of the
to very quick yard penalty put the Tornadoes on fourth down BHS punted. Back deep to receive the
'I Gainesville High School 32-0), excellent speed. He also runs back to the 25 yard Orange Park took punt for BHS was Ronnie Hall. Conners was to take on Kitchen's week for his performance "We were embarassing,"
.. Bolles 26-13,Palatka South 10- patterns well, according to the possession at its own 49 and The ball hit him on the back Tile in action Tuesday, Friday night. comments Defensive
0 and Buchholz 1918. scouting line.Still November 13. Thursday, Steve Register did the best
!Jr'' report. with a first down, Calvin Suggs rushed six yards and a host of Raiders Secondary Coach Keith
h The game is being played Wayne Sullivan plays left Green went to the passing over right tackle to the BHS 44 recovered the ball at the 29 November 15, the teams were job of anybody on the offensive Steele. "We missed tackles all
Thursday night instead of halfback for Eastside. He is game and threw incompletefour yard line. Then Suggs got the yard line of BHS. to play the last scheduled line but it was not night long and it looked like
: Friday night due to University very quick, hits the hole hard, times, trying for Larry ball again and went four yards This started a scoring drive games with Conners meeting much better than anyone else, we never have."
of. Florida Homecoming is an excellent runner and Sherman and Terry Hayes as this time the middle.On the ..
/ up for Orange Park. On first I ------- -a---------------
"Eastside picks the hole real well. his targets. Hayes dropped a third down play Suggs went up down quarterback Gay went
has
rounded offense a well Fullback Scott Pendley is pass that would have given the middle for three yards and up the middle 10 yards to the t ,.r.w..- .. .
difference between and the big and strong, an excellent BHS a f irstdown, the ball then made the first down, at the 19 yard line for another first :- --- ..': nl:. ,
. last the team blocker and runner and he will went over to Orange Park at BHS 37 yard line. down. Then Suggs got the ball t '- '
. year and this year is that run over opponents very hard, the Raider 25 yard line Then on first down Suggswas but he couldn't get any yar- --1 A"1. '} .
they now have
terback that a good quar- according to the scouting Both teams held each otherin running over right guard dage and a five yard penaltywas t .f ::---
can run well and report. check throughout the first when he fumbled and BHS
called OP,
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Hurse. Middle linebacker
says for the half and went into locker cornerback Sheldon Hodge them back to the 24 yard line -
Quarterbacking for the Eastside defense is 180( pound's rooms at half time in a recovered the fumble at the 35 with a first down. I
Rams is Lee' McCray, 152 a very quick team and verv .11iil : Etectrophanfo
II scoreless tie. vard line Then the ball went to run- I
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Can Food fuel, feed and now
r The first pecan auction was fertilizer seem to be in short

Reluctant: Disclosure quite disappointing for a supply. Food and fuel are the
Help I number of growers last ones receiving national at-i,

Thursday. tention. Feed, fuel and fertilizer

At long lastfaced with the alternative Another mystery developed when Mr. Ggt.Trpk JI Some growers had sold food. We are all needed should to produce be concerned .

Nixon's personal aide Stephen Bull some good quality pecans shortagesand
of yielding to demands for about these
testified that the President tried to find J earlier for pretty good prices get the most our of each
resignation or impeachmentPresident! I and had expected the auctionto
Nixon has reluctantly announced that he a tape of one of the "unrecorded" conversations open strong. However, item used.

will make full disclosure of all matters on September 29 indicating THERiehnrd according to the buyers Now is the time to make

and his personal that the President may have known Crcwe r C 41 t r present last week many of the plans and decisions on the use

related to Watergate some six weeks ago that he could not Kidney Fund /'PrCUL. OuLI offerings were light, or not of of feed and fertilizer in the
finances. and not in' talked
good quality were months ahead. I have
of the
tapes.Vhy
produce at least two demand. Good quality pecans about growing winter feed for

The question naturally arises if Mr. didn't he say so then'lNixon did seem to be off 5 to 10 centsa cattle and other livestock.

convinced that he should pound from earlier ex Since this takes fertilizer'' I
is finally
widened the will take a
Similar bungling that pectations. hope each producer
take
did
it
disclosure" whv
make "full total fertilizer -
is illustrated by the closer look at his
reach; this t con credibility gap should
almost to You
him a year of information concerning the There seems to be more program.
elusion? Is not thE' faot; t that he now handling Nixon'sprivate interest in pecan productionthis take a soil sample to deter
Mr.
promises to make "ful'' disdo!>ur(';" in purchase and upkeep of year than ever before. I mine the lime and plant
explanation homes at San Clemente and Key have made some contacts nutrient levels already in your
itself admission\ i nail even
an : ht.1mscayne.. with our Extension and Experiment soil. If you have set your
made up in' now has: \ Station personnel to production goals, you can

something less than cimdidV! The White House did not explain that get them to come over to determine the number of
each fertilizer
Bradford County and help us pounds of
If Mr. Nixon were as concerned wit h the President borrowed money to buy work out our pecan production element you will need to applyfor

ht- San Clemente estate from his should be that particular crop. You
closing the credibility gap as now the problems. We

professes to be, he months would have\ rather: made t nan full until millionaire friend,uncovered Robert Abplanalp the facts., ++++++++++++++ donation Fund will to help the Richard this deserving Crews Kidney young groves making later visits this to a month.number Our of can the then proper apply these fertilizer elementsin ratio

:
disclosure eight newspapers
ago the estate in manand might get you 400 pounds of goal will be to rejuvenatesome without wasting, or getting a
the widen with t/viTv/ \ .t-.iw.: When the President bought will win 400- of either
see gap Some lucky person a beef. Be prepared to contribute when of our older trees and useless build-up

half truth statement made hv White 1969, the White House issued what pound purebred Angus/ baby bull to be the FFA boys come around! groves and try to expand the element in the soil.

House spokesmen since last spnmr purported to be the full details of the given away by the Bradford FFA acreage planted to pecans. We bulletin

transaction, but were far from the Chapters on December 15. Your $1 ++++++++++++++ have information suited now on to "Fertilizers We have a good and Fer
that
had varieties are
Ever since the infamous Watergate complete story. If all of the facts closer and will beginto tilization"that will help you to

burglary in June, the White House has< been revealed at that time, later embarrassment produce spacing in 5 to 10 years. understand more about the

tried to answer questions raised by the could have been avoided. These varieties are also fertilizer tag, sources and

incident with the minimum amount of smaller at maturity than characteristics of plant foods

information (or misinformation" ) that the Then there is the credibility gap LETTERS TO Stuart and will be easier and to and fertilizers.other generprincipalsof You will need 1 to

public could be appeased; with at the having to do with exhorbitant spending spray to control insects know these things as you;

time. of taxpayers money at San Clementeand THE EDITOR. disease. make changes in your fertilizer

Key Biscayne. Here again, the I program. For your

Then, inch by inch, they have given "disclosure" was made in several stages, Shortages of things in the copy, call or come by your
in
office
land of plenty has been the County Agent's
ground, revised some statements each more complete, and made only topic of conversation lately. Starke.

retracted others and .nlded a bit here when forced to do so by facts dug up by charge for what we reap, and when asked concerning

and there when forced ''o do so by new newspapers. FREEDOM: : OF'I'ItESSISAJOKE to whom it must be sold orgiven property or interest on Lake

disclosures revealed ny enterprising! away. Geneva or its environment
replied, "The only interest in
newspaper reporters and Senate in The Government first revealed The EditorSir This is being done by the that area is a friend or friends

vestigators. about $39,000 at San : plotters for the very purpose with whom we visit, oc *' Jalking
spending only to that we shall soon lack bread. casionallyor words to that vo",
for the I In reference your
The comically slum" Handling of the Clemente on "security" measures editorial, "Spoken in Anger," And that sad condition is being effect

notorious tape record 1111 us of Mr. ;Nixon'; ( President. As more and more Administration expenditures ;you talk about free press yet brought on more quickly and of Fact No. 3 There were 23 0 About Things .
were disclosed, the in the same inescapably, as isa scarcity
illustrates indulge such Melrose
addresses as
confidential conversations< : you
finally had to admit to distortions so prevalent intoday's all other commodities besides Fla. Putnam Hall Fla, Hill
!in \drmol"'t atGm ,
problem
complex
for itsi expenditures of more than $10.000,000 press by putting words food by grossly exaggeratedor Crest. Keystone Heights by George Huggins =
created
has even completely phony
at the two private estatesexpenditures and thoughts in your columnas (rural). By telephone must of
if the President said them. concern over safety, ecology, contacted and
of marked that included such luxury items as and the needs of hungry these were have talked bout my gardenall
After a series ''i\ t. 11\ ers found to have no interest in or I
down to thePresident's media Communist commissars.It Next Monday probablyat still\
by inconclusive court, rests and 1$100,000< landscaping Frankly your news adjacent to the area for Bradford County along and we are
favorite brand of today, TV and press is a had p.m. our the results. I might
soap. Two or three no enjoying
ceptable comproin'sagreed < >. Mr. Nixon instrument takes genius plus per- zoning. Farm Bureau Board of
propaganda lose little weight eating just
and deceit to phones listed. Quite definitely a
severance will meet in our
to surremli" i 'm court every the Directors anu
and
dedicated to destroying' mustard turnips
of food these had no authority or rightto
of t IK' ;ine, originally attackson produce a shortage Agriculture Building. if I could leave off
by
t'xistingtapt. Now, the White House says that Mr. country unproven fuel oil, etc. in the United sign. rutabaga
by I'," ',ter cpec'ial\ the President or any official the good corn bread.
subpoenaed; Nixon plans to answer every charge in States of America. But the Even though the
r rehibald Cox.hiniftoi (. patriotic citizen by publishing Administration is Fact No.I Of the Farm Bureau ended
Watergate prosecum few months. In Nixon year
detail over the next evil implications Wed'batewbt'lher\\eeat to
distortions, 12 listed
remaining names,
itself equal to the September 30, our membership -
addition to responding to the WatergateNews suppositions innuendo, and proving such addresses as "Universityof vote for a New; Board live or live to eat. Well.they
As pointed I out b.. -!' t I: Suiri break-in and cover-up, the President he resay. Surely you rl'Callthe challenge.Now Florida" "Florida State was not held until our annual sure depend on each other butI

corresponds. j i Ins .igrt-oiiM-nt may be expected to answer questions hatchet job on Goldwater we are being called Museum." Personnel offices meeting in October. Votes are believe I try my best t to live

had been made in Jiii.' A.1".NI\\lIITlII.ht! .[ about irregularities in financing his 1972campaign about one word extremism. upon to support the President were contacted at these two still sealed and will be totaled so that I can (enjoy eatingFORESTRY,

have convinced all : i I most, ('.vnical about suggestions that hepaid Freedom of the press is a because to do otherwise wouldbe establishments and the investigation next Monday night. Then the
nuwti ; We showed that not
I disagree. Board will be deter
unpatriotic. New
that he ha d. I (I ( Hi- also joke. One famous writer from
either: very I.income taxes or should heed the words of one of these listing this ad- mained and from that new
would have avoi ii, ilresignations i he damaginghis ; '71 about Florida published a pamphletthat Theodore dress employed there.
none at all in 1970 and ; a could longer be former President were Board new executive officers:
of hn, h*i attorney' $100,000 contribution which billionairegeneral she no Roosevelt : "Patriotismmeans will be elected.
articles
sell her or .
heard
I, Elliott Rich.mU, I i 'i.I .,nd ih'putvHiK'ki'Ishau.s.I or to stand by the country Fact No 5 Of the 150 names
Mr. Nixon'sbest
Howard Hughes to books because she is a conservative
gave found some IN BRADFORD COUNTY
\ It does not mean to stand remaining, we We should have new people
general 1, \ 1I1I.lt .
attorney and to publishedone
friend Bebe Rebozo, the get northern
on by the President or any other living in upper or coming on our Board. When
President's behalf; and Mr. Nixon's role must be communist public official save exactly to part of Keystone Heights on there is an active Board and a

But I instead Mirepeatedly \.wn: : declared( in the ITT anti-trust settlement, and in liberal leftist advocate.radical or The a the degree in which he himself Paradise Lake Country Club good Board and the Board is

that he \\ >wire! ;not\ surrender authorizing activities of the \Vhiteth Hate American of the New York stands by the country." Estates and other remote chosen by the membershipvoter BYJOHN

(' tapes, and final;' v-. '., n he could no demise caused areas not in or adjacent to the the vote is usually for a
b by
House "plu m ers. Herald Tribune was be zoned. The above O'MEARAThe
to
Mr.. Nixon is using unconstitutional area majority of the same persons.I
longer hold this posit ,'\i. tgrt't-cl! to give-i harassment by the Com-
powers to shows that this petition was I have been working with the
th'mup, but annour < i'> i (hat two nf the munist and Left Wing' Union destroy the American free- completely out of line and a Board for 21 and there is
years
invreasid <' three)( We cannot help but wonder if Mr. whichcontrols the entire news of hasty, improper American Forestry
nine:' (now : o aremissing : enterprise system altogether.His good example at least five who have been on
which
Association, to anon
Nixon's "full disclosures" will close thecredibility
because 11,1, \ were "neverrecorded" ; media. last "report to the nation"was and irresponsible( the Board continuously. I will can apply for membership
or it even wider. nail in its planning by a few who most of results
in the firs I f place.' gap. open Frankly your interpretationof just one more mind give you a report sponsors a unique and interesting
Freedom of the Press coffin. surely had something in maybe next week
wish the Very truly yours, besides zoning. It might be program concerning
to imply United
seems you champion trees in the
PaulI.IMengHampton mentioned here, that the Our Farm Bureau State
sole right to say anything Stales This organization
,Fla. petition also was signed by Convention was held recentlyin
of its validity or
regardless one of the zoning commissionand St. Petersburg. I could not keeps an up-to-djie Social

Mr. Segretti And{ Mr. AgnewDonald accuracy.For this same zoning board attend but I was well Register of Big Trees which
The JI.\Sn' Z():'>iI:'>iHna.s member made the motion to represented by a young man lists the largest known tree for
example: press
assumes it has the right to {',\ ; : FRICTION: accept the petition and zone and young farmer. Jerry over "DO species found\ in t the

: R-A. Whitehead is staying with United Stales
conceal a source of so-called( the area
\.1| bars. out of going to jail. lie conceded incometax Dear Sir:
Segrett I -> i I" t M\ when in truth agriculture because that is
information
At last count Florida led all
contained
evasion and the of The K-C petition
acceptance money what he knows best and what
there may not have been any editorial of the"Telegraph" states, Hawaii with 7:5:
In a recent 169 signatures. This petition except
Former Vice 'r'p"It'ld,1\ ,,t i >?\\ is on gifts outside of his official salary while source at all, the only source and sub- was ridiculed 1. rejected am he enjoys. Jerry was guardedby 1 champion trets.Bradford .
his brother Barry w ho is
"unsupervtsed" pn!, "h.<. other criminal reporter airing figments of his it stated "A a County has one
numerous chargesagainst Crescent was I'titionaoi carefully chl'ck'dth
mind or imagination, totally commendable taken agriculture loves farming, champion tree listed. This is a
i'i' him. step was \> same as the one accepted and has the ability and size to
Donald SegTfi! 1 1 \N' tuipii'ss( young untrue. when the board (Zoning this cirtuljlw M)rtle Dahoon located\ ap-
When petition
lawyer who fell! !(:i >s i, 'I" >i*' wrongcrowd" ) to a protect Jerry. proximately three miles
Commission responded to be zoned was
vicious \in the area
and wa.:, < :'i-::\l.i. 1 1,1,t 1 I .ng "dirtytricks" These charges were massively Why should be allowed some to concealhis petition from residents around signed those signing wen Weare glad these two young northwest of Lawley t The tree

Do'iux '! 1"" <" sidontial detailed by then Attorney General reporter Lake Geneva and reclassifiedthat unless it is 67 inches in circumferenceat
on i' i : \ source of in- cautioned not to sign men could attend this statewide

candidates in t h. \I'' _: "n-pon.I Richardson who stated i that :Mr. Agnew formation so-called- when the !Presidentof body of water "Il-A", the the area or Imnu'dlatelyadjact'llt. !; meeting so they could get 4 1-2 46 feet feet tall above and,ground has a
level
as a county, state, and federal official, the United States is asked to highest classification of a view of the magnitude of spread of 3.feet..

Despicable as \\CM" i 10 < i\ tricks," consecutively betrayed each trust by divulge highly secretive and residential hooks. zoning on the Fact No.1In checking this Farm Bureau State needs "ide. crown Compared to many trees these
information, even Farm Bureau young
confidential
they were childish! >>,1\!n\ "1-1"pored with accepting pay-offs from building contractors al the whim of petition, a large number of men in agriculture. measurements might be
his thoughts
the crimes laid :ai ''vii, I, ''I''>! the former while a state official in newsman. Senator. Two petitions were tenderedthe signers were contacted and considered fairly small, but
The latest some Zoning Com mission on this asked their sentiment ir this particular !species rarely
Maryland. was
Vice President payment Judge or TV Magpie. Garden and worms .
One for such large sue
Lake Geneva zoning. regard to the matter. Every approaches
delivered to him while actually serving Once in a w hile you will hear
H-C
Mr. Segretti ".'1'I1l'd .one night by as Vice President. It seems to me that hich the It-A zoning.zoning. The and petition one for for H-A signer contacted rabid- probably about the 5<( some one say that they grow a All persons finding
Bradford Telegraph, w was quite and never use
garden champion trees have thedistinction
"one or two glass---: ."I>l \,"i\11. dashed off ;a has had the confidence of this zoning was accepted and whole matter. Most were al pesticides of kind Well

l\'tteraccusingDl'.t1.< >' .;andidates( Now Mr. Agnew, with no "visible" area is joining the made a part of the record. The the session of the zoning board they sure must any have some names placed of in having the Big their Tree

perverted sexual .'I i',!. "i S .ilic, activities. income, seems in the best of spirits and questionable in this vast U-C petition was rejected. In a when the zoning took place magic effect when they walk Register.For .
break-down of these petitions and felt that the ones to bt
for this he will ju\)\ .'. ;> n prison t term!, a entertained friends and associates at a conspiracy to destroy confidence consider the H-A ir through their garden I
let us zoned had little or no say
Governmentand could do those of who
in I mightbe
our
believe the only you
,, dinner last week in the way
risible loss of just and
ruined (career anti > i party Country petition the one accepted the matter. Their rights were would be to spend most of interested, the largest tree
so
livelihood by heinf 'ii tmrred by the mansion he purchased several years ago. used to rezone. the Lake shoved aside and the time was my time crawling up and in the United, States is a Giant

legal profession James D. Seymour Geneva area to see what usurped by so-callec down the rows turning leaves.In Redwood growing in
While Mr. Segretti he sleeps behind Starke Fla. occurs when zoning is done specialists who knew little of! California called the General

without proper considerationfor the area or conditions per addition to excessive Sherman Tree. This tree
Mr. Agnew, on the other hand, bars, and dines on prison fare, whatever brought to attentionby
facts taming to the area.
estimated
found
number ol Cut Worms I contains an Wxi.ooo)
"copped a plea"and bargained himself that might be. SlIoUT\CaS: IH.\\UU: : investigation. Study and last week on mustard leaves a

ON:i AI):\IIMSTKVri: (>:\i proper investigation is very Fact No.2. A very careful very smooth green worm thatis (See "iIK\' 111MOST' )

necessary to zone so it will be check of signers turned up two the
not as
as common
Rescued Lines :.. Josh/ Hillings: "It is better to know Dear Editor: the proper land use and will and two only who could have cabbage looper or other types.
stand up under any test. been disqualified if located. It J
''lung' than to know what ain't so. Tighter controls and food was never checked for these to mostothersi
This one, contrary
rationing lie ahead because of The R-A petition consistedof two signers could not be is found on the top side

more and more interferenceby 487 signatures. The facts in located although several knew leaf and along the main V YRtb 3i

the central government in the breakdown or investigation them by name. It is quite clear middle stem. It is about the

pRIDq BRADFORD C'oilliligr Washington with the workingof are as follows: that this petition signed by color of mustard. I It t has one

4 a free market while the people to be zoned or those thing in common with other
placing the blame on every Fact No. 1-274 signatures immediately adjacent was type worms, they can ;': iJJI@FELT.aac

( Mutert ACTIVE p4 doorstep except for where it gave NO ADDRESSES authentic( and highly legal! but naturally eat the leaves fast. I A 4aoMQg.6

n belongs. whatsoever so could not be rode over without little!', if any found that for the home 56'uhi4c'CN /
L
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recognition. gardener, malathion does ,
ra their right to sign this zoning
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Thomas Jefferson said; Would the people of clear your best job, of course the iNIL'N4z.L. 71IlY
qT/ON- "Were we directed from petition. secret is to attack while the MAD 70 FPW.4 4c
Publisher
wish to be zoned
thinking by
Washington when to sow and Fact No.2. 28 signatureshad sorms are young, or very
Published each Thur.d"y .nd catered a+ Second Class Matter at the Pore Office at Starke, when to we should soon such addresses as anyone living in another small. That may mean PAZ

'a. under Act of/ Mar.-H. ', l Ifl'T.phons ,. lack bread.reap Today we are Gainesville, Fla., with no county, another state, another crawling down the row and 17 IL'ft'agc12

.. six month. increasingly being told no. P. O. box number, neighborhood not adjacent close .
"'ub.rJp' '."" In -r .' Jrea 17 '\.00 eix i months. Slarke Washington when we can and no telephone number. A "immediately adjacent" to
''\ 1' per year: Fla. little attention to your
I 964!) -6jt15( plant, and what, and where. dozen or more were directory located and lathe i (See Page 13)) garden will give good results.

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November 15, 1973 TELEGRAPII Page 13
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their area? In discussing
zoning with the average LLL ] URYSi
person, always the same
response "The people to be
zoned and their neighbors,
whose holdings touch theirs
should be the ones to control
their zoning and no one else."
Think a minute, Mr. Property QUICK FROZEN
Owner who do you want 73C
telling you what to do with 1O-14
Lake your Geneva property property? Some owners of the I LBS. LB. 17 LBS. & UP LB.

could not be reached so they
were zoned without their yF
approval.This was due to the ?
very short time and little BEEF PEO
consideration given to this
zoning notice. PRICES GOOD THRU WED., NOV. 21 : lI BE sk

The Lake Geneva residents (
in this newly zoned area, and USDA GRADE 'A' "
who built their homes GRADE 'A' WITH RIBS
many W-D BRANDREDIBASTED
years ago were not aware of Turkey Breast $119 SAVE lOc SACRAMENTO
LB.
IL 46-01.
could
what
come about by tomato Juice 2 88c
heavy population and GRADE 'A' CANSTurkey ,
practices QUICK FROZENTURKEYS
of building too close to LB.99c SAVE JOt ANDRE COLD DUCK OR
Thighs
the lake are the .
ones leading $1"i
Champagne . 'lfTH
generally in this agitation for WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS 1

havebuilthouses zoning or rezoning., septic Many tanks Round Steak . LB. $148 1O LBS. ft UP ; VICTORY CHERRIES '10'0.. $
\/i Maraschinos 3 )
and 'other structures without HICKORY SWEETSliced \ ms.
/
thinking or knowing what THRIFTY MAIDMandarin
would occur. What are they Bacon . LB.98c oc
LB. Oranges 3 SIZE'; 88C
doing to rectify their past W-D BRAND WHOLE PORK SHOULDER jc
mistakes? .' .aw THRIFTY MAID'-
.ON "
Smoked Picnics LB. 78C 5-9 LBS '"''1 n.- OttKKP
$
For a good many years the SWIFT PREMIUM LEAN ROUND HOSTESS eR Pineapple I . 3 Ss. 1
newcomers have built with La.89c Quantity RightsReserved
and LB. THRIFTY' MAID STEMS AND PIECES
controls restrictions and Canned
Ham 4 $699 .
.
they are to be commended. In CAN Mushrooms . 4 s. $1)looPimento
the new construction of septic PALMETTO FARM WINN DIXIE STORES. INC.
tanks, drains and things in Cheese LB.89c W-D BRAND COPYRIGHT 1773 W-D BRAND SAVE lOc THRIFTY MAID'MANZ.

general everything seems to O. USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE BEEFCHUCK Stuffed Olives Is. 59cW.D
functioning as planned or BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

as should.be. Delmonico Steaks. LB. $239 RIB I

The public is told that W.D BRAND
central sewerage is the only SUPERBRAND INSP. CR. "A" FRESH
answer to the problem. That Pure Ground Beef 3 &. $289 FLORIDA. ALL WHITELARGE
seems to be years away whenall
ROAST m ROAST
angles are checked. Those
who are knowledgeable in SAVE 8c LIBBYPUMPKIN EGGS
such matters the action and I I IT*VIYH INT IADflJ| i ,
function of septic tanks including (u.,sl,cHO1CE16oz. ,
the leading engineers s48
in sewerage treatment, know
that in sandy soil septic tanks J
are quite efficient or func- 191 69
E-Z CARVEOVENREADY.
tional. A study of drain fields CAN
will show that an effluvium LB. ,
tank built onto the efferent IB. DOZEN
end of a septic tank can and *
will by gravity or with a
simple and economical pump '1 YIR'
discharge the effluvium tank SAVE 40c
as needed into a drain field or SAVE l1c SAVE 12cOCEAN
into an underground irrigation SPRAYCRANBERRY
.
system to fertilize any LESUEURPEAS ASTOR
vegetation when needed. --
Pumps used in these tanks are 7 FRUITCOCKTAIL .

pumps float-controlled and quite efficient.electric .. SAUCEi 1 1F

Recently, a new ordinancewas .
passed in Clay County

passed under abolishing controlling"Home all special, Rule Clay acts" 1'1'j $1 i

County zoning. This act
created a board of five 16-oz.

remain existing members.in regulations It effect provided until that would such the 1 CAN 7-oz. 2 8 CANS 3O8

save 2S
<
time that these regulations j THRIFTY MAID WE HAVE
could be amended or updatedto
Sauce A COMPLETE
fit the changing conditions Cranberry
I in growing population and ..,. 6.-OCL| VARIETY OF
land use over the country. We, CANS |
the citizens will have to live MRS. SMITH'S HOLIDAY NUTS &
with the present regulationsand ( WASHINGTON PUMPKINPIES FRUIT CAKEMATERIAL
work together for bet- *
STATE JUMBO RED DELICIOUS
terment and
improvement. In I I
doing this, it will be quite GOLD MEDAL .w-

rights necessary and to privileges consider the of : lea FLOURI68e : APPLES CHASE & SANBORN

everybody affected, if zoning
is to be accepted as a COFFEE89C
necessity. When large groups : :
express their views and are I ENRICHED I
ignored and angered by I FLOOR I
having zoning passed too II 1-lB.
quickly and forced on them I WITH THIS COUPON I 7 9 9 9 9 CAN

duration rough-shod, not, it effective is without and I SAVE 21c I 46.0& Limit 1 of choice with $7.SO or more purchase

creates too much friction. \L __VALID_ _ATYOURWINND/xlETNRUNOV_ _ _71 J FOR PIE excludingcipareftel

The
Zoning Commission LAND O' SUNSHINE SAVE 20c ASTOR
gives their time, pay their own All PURPOSE U.S. fANCY SUPIRBRAND WHIPPED
expenses, spend many hours APPLES TOPPING
answering and making phone } COFFEEvs
calls,evaluating petitions and BUTTERc = 1. ;, 5 II. 79' 310-.... $100. .
whatever else is necessary to 1 &} ur! BAG
r-)
further zoning. I assure you no !tar: ER
zoning or decision made by 79cmun.vsr.
VMes '
the Zoning Commission will ( .) !1'.
please everyone. I hope that
every member makes .
decisions THRIFTY MAID GALA MORTON. MINCE MEAT OR

fori county a better honestly future and for plans our Pineapple I Juice 3& $1 Towels I . . 3 ROLLSMBG $1 Pumpkin Pie . .20'0.-. 39C

BETTY CROCKER UNCLE EN'S VINE RIPEHARVEST MORTON

T.Lake W. (Respectfully Tracy Geneva) ,Baker Fla. Layer Cake Mixes 3'a' $1 Stu! T-I -Such. .PKG.'" 49c Fresh Tomatoes LB. 35 Parker House Rolls 2 S:c;;. $1 1

GREEK! GIANT FRESH MRS SMITHJ'

. :::ii::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Niblets Corn 4''"CAN, $100 Cranberry. Cocktail 2 3J'As:; $1 . . LB.23c Pie Shells . .'PKG.: 39C

;'; BRADFORD SCHOOL j j.y ARROW SAVE! 4c THRIFTY MAIO CUT US. No. 1 REGULAR VENT.VU ( 8V. al) (CHICKEN 7'o' ) OR

:.: LUNCH MENU Aluminum Foil .PKG.' "' 59C Sweet Potatoes ."CAN. 39C Potatoes . IO.LAG; 99C Salisbury Entree 2'S.?;: $100fESTIVAL

Only two days of school this SAVE JOt DIXIE DARLING CRISP' OR CRINKLE CUT FRENCH FRY

The week.children Tickets will should not be bring sold. Fruit Cakes 2 VH99C? Sandwich Bread 3L'6' .&: $100 Fresh Pole Beans LB.29c Potatoes . 5 ;BAG: 99C

enough money to pay each ARROW SAVE! DIXIE DARLING BROWN N'SERVE TWIN OR OCEAN SPRAY BUDS EYEAssorted !

MONDAY day. Napkins 3 I 1B0 PKO..CT. $100 1 Flaky( Rolls . 3PKGS. $1 100 Cranberries . 1 WS. 33 CornontheCobLettuce 2'KGS. $1I 1 1.1. 00

Hamburger on Bun
Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles .. .. .----...... .---... ...... .. .....--....-...-..... ...... ............. .. ........ ...- ....--........-..-...-.--.... .


Cookie Peaches Buttered Corn -----.1.I I K GREEN, STAMPS ,!;I I I EXTRA del. GREEN STAMPS : I I EXTRA et.+( GREEN STAMPS : I I EXTRA d7r ,GREEN STAMPS,. ; I I EXTRAS d7! GREEN STAMPS ,'
I 'w M .t W
Milk -W- a twwN N Nr N r -i Mtl Ot -' "-r "
ONE PINT CAN' TWOt4ROLlPKGS ; TWO 7.> CANS' ONE 3 IB BOX ; M-1"CNL-HALF
TUESDAY sconLiquid :'l I..., CHARMINBath GLAD : DIXIE DARLING TAlMADGt FARM j
Spaghetti with meat sauce Gold : ,. Tissue Air Freshener :, ...... Fruit Cake 110)4 Cured Ham I;
Cheese Slice R+ GOOD THRU NOV. 21 r r+- GOOD THRU NOV. 21 0 GOOD THRU NOV. 21 '" GOOD THRU NOV. 21 I GOOD THRU NOV. 21 I
Tossed Salad No.1.I .......... ........, .. ...... .,..... ; No.3. .... ..... ......... :'II No.4. .. .. No. S.. ..... ......
Green Peas ..._.._- ................._... .: .....__..N....3...._.acn.. ...*.t..... .._- ..._.. ....".............. ....... . .I (.ft..lO*.II_..*O'l_ .I.__.. ..__.. .. ...._._ .jurat. ....in. .


Apple MilkWEDNESDAY SauceCinnamon Roll y. I I EXTRA 4'."(-GREEN.."t.aww STAMPS na_....w ,/ I I EXTRA 4'.nN)(...GREEN......atNNr STAMPS.__....w a a I I EXTRA_a,?;,!...GREEN...!'.tHIIIIII STAMPS... _M.M W I I EXTRA.fr>IM,!.GREEN..m' CO..ON STAMPS... Mrt M.t.M ;, I I EXTRA_dyc".w w.wt GREEN......_STAMPS._..H-w r ,
I ONE 2 IB 0 ONE 3.IB PKO. ONE 46-i... MRS SMITH'S ONE 2..01.COZY KITCHEN I TWO *e CAItTONSJENNIE.O 'I
W BRAND MINCE MEAT OR GERMAN CHOC.,DEV.FOOD OK BIRDS EVt COOL WHIP

students.Planning Day, holiday for Turkey Roast Pure Ground B..f .,._... Pecan Pie ...... Coconut Cake ....... Topping I;
9% ++ i THRU 1'1010'.21 -- GOOD THRU NOV. 21
-- GOOD
GOOD THRU NOV. 21 GOOD THRU NOV 21
No. 6 I O. 7 GOOD THltU NOV. 21 No.8.< .*. ac i .._...( II No.9.. ....,.... ........, No. 10.. ..... ...; --..... i i.5
THURSDAY-FRIDAY -.5
Vacation:
"Happy Thanksgiving
From the Food Service
Folks." 430 Madison St.




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I LEGALSNOTICE HAMPTON AREA NEWS Community Classified I


OF INTENTIONTO Notice of IntentionTo

REGISTER Register By JOMIJIdne Fontaine
FICTITIOUS NAME Fictitious Name

CHURCH NEWS sponsored by the Ladies NewsBy CLASSIFIED AI)RATES 3 Bedroom. Living Room,
Pursuant to Section 86609 Pursuant to Section 856.09 Auxiliary of the VolunteerFire Room, Kitchen, 1 1-2
Florida Statutes, notice Is Florida Statutes, notice is The Ladies Council met at Dept.,will be held at this Deadline for Insertion bath Dining, CB construction In City
hereby given that the undersigned hereby given that the undersigned the home of Mrs. Shirley meeting. Winners will be Tuesday Noon preceding

Don E.Champion and Quality Mobile Home Norman on Nov. 7.Plans were notified and the name placedon Elizabeth Civens: Walker Thursday before publication. 3 Bedroom, Living Room,

Lorraine L. Champion, Rt. 1 Box Brokers, D/B/A ABC Mobile made for a Christmas dinner. the bulletin board at the Last Tuesday night the Minimum Charge 12.0" Dining Room, Kitchen, 1
Florida Homes P. 0. Box 2253, The next will be heldat Hampton General Store and NAACP CALL MEETINGA
348, Keystone Heights, meeting Senior Choir sponsored a (Covers 15 Words) bath, CB construction in City.
doing business under the firm Tallahassee, Fla. 32304, doing the Church. Dec. 5, at 7:30: Waters Grocery. Each word over 15:
name of "Hartmann Apartments business under the firm name of pm. Buck Dennison will be very important call Singing Talent Show. Friday Large lot, well landscaped, high
10 cents
," 830 N. Temple Ave. ABC Mobile Homes, 2201 N. missed from the Senior meeting will be held Tuesday, Rev. G. G. McAuthor and dry, close to all con

Starke, Bradford County, Temple Ave. (U.S. :301>1 North) Citizens meeting, as he entered Nov. 20, at Mt. Zion AME preached on the subject, "The All Classified Ads must be veniences in City.

Florida 32091 Intends to register Starke, Bradford County BIRTHDAYS: the hospital last Sunday Church, Lawtey by the Unchangeable Christ" in a paid for In advance unless
said fictitious name under the Florida 32091.Intend.to register for eye surgery. We all wish NAACP. All interested Changing World, Hebrews have an established account you 10 acres, with pines, quiet

provisions of aforesaid statute, ,said fictitious name under the Mrs. Daisy Fort, Nov 7th; him a speedy recovery. citizens and members are 13:8.: Last with Sunday was School Youth at with the Telegraph. In that neighborhood, just out of
Don E. Champion and Lorraine provisions of aforesaid statute. Mrs, Clotie Newman, Nov. invited to attend. Business of Day Sunday event 50 cents extra chargefor City.
9:30 11
L. Champion, sole owners. Dated at Starke, Florida this 13th. vital importance. : ; Morning Worship, billing. Not responsible for
In the service
Dated this 12th day of 19th day of October, A. D. 1973.E. SCHOOL NEWS the a.m. church morning presented the errors when given over the Three nice lots In country, each
November D.1973 at Starka, ANNIVERSARIES: phone or when is not lot has paved road frontage
C. Allen, The Hampton PTA will CHURCH NEWS pastor with a robe and copy
Ra. 11/15 4tp 12/6. typed and brought to the of ((1)) 3.56 acres
honored him with
Chairman of Board Mr.and Mrs.J. V. Hollifield meet in the school library on a special fice. ((2)) 2.89 acres
Mobile Home Industries celebrated their 23rd an- Monday Nov. 19, at 8 pm Ebenezer Baptist Church, dinner prepared by ladies of ((3)) 2.22 acres
I will not be responsible for 10-2541 11-21 niversay on Nov. 3. This meeting will be precededby Rev. Leroy Davis pastor the church. Sunday afternoon
anything my wife Velma Me- an assembly of the Bible Class and Prayer Choirs 2 and 3 participated in

Cutchen does. Executive Board at 7:30: p.m. Meeting are combined each the East Florida Annual Call us, we have more
-Sam McCutchen, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Conference at Lawtey.
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS All parents of school childrenare Thursday night. Sunday
4tp 12/6 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF urged to attend and services will begin with Weekly services will begin HOUSES FOR SALE

FLORIDA IN AND FOR Sympathy is extended to the participate in activities of the Sunday School at 9:45.: Mor- with Ushers Board No. 2 and

BRADFORD COUNTY. Case family of Willard Thomas, school. ning service at 11 a.m. At 3 Choir No. 3 Meeting for GEORGE HOBERTS
NOTICE OF No. 73-225 who passed away last week, School will not be in sessionon pm the Junior Choir will rehearsal. The Music Extravaganza REAL ESTATE
EXAMINATIONNotice Wednesday, Nov. 21, appear in Putnam Hall on a sponsored by the A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR
CIVIL ACTIONIn Mrs. Freda Norman visited because a Teacher's Planning Choir anniversary program Senior Choir terminated. 964-6162 986 N. Temple Ave.? Starke
is hereby given pur- Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman Day is scheduled at this time Rev S. Walker pastor. Prayer Meeting was held Ph.964-7826
suant to Chapter 16C-7, Florida Re: The Marriage of CARL for two days last week Thanksgiving Day is a school Evening service 7 p.m. Wednesday night Thursday 2 BR CB furnished $10,000 Wayne Douglas, Associate
Administrative Code, Rules and FOSTER, husband, and holiday,and the following day (tonight) the Ladies Circle 3BRfamilyroom $17,000 'Ph.964_:6503
Regulations Governing Water JOHNNIE LEE FOSTER, wife Mr. and Mrs. Don Fort will also be a holiday for the Greater Allen Chapel AME meets at the home of Mrs. Large 2 BR Cor Lot $25,500

Well Contractors In Florida of spent a week's vacation in the children. Church. The conference year Sarah Prince. Friday night at 9 Acres in Waldo $12,50019AcresonSR16 OFFICE SUPPLIES. BRAD
an Examination for a Water Well NOTICE OF SUIT Smoky Mountains. They also The walls and bulletin was closed out Sunday night 8 Rev Charles Wright will $16,000 FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.TF .

Contractor's Ucense. The No PropertyTo attended the Grand Old Opry boards are putting everyonein by Rev. B. C. Williams. He preach. Saturday night the

examination will be given at the in Nashville, Tenn. and then the mood for Thanksgiving.The will be in conference begin- Juniors are having a Carnivalat - - -- -
times, dates, end : children have done Nov. No hunting signs; for sale and
following on to visit their niece in a good ning 1316. 7 pm. Sunday is pastoral
locations to all qualified ap Johnnie Lee Foster Perryville MO. job of decorating with the helpof Walter Thomas and James day. Sunday School will begin rent signs. Bradford County

plicants whose applications are the faculty. Smith will attend to representthe services at 930.; Morning FOR SALE Beautiful year Telegraph. TFMemorials
received in the offices of the You are hereby notified that Attendance at school has church. round home Lake Geneva
Mrs, H. W. Priester of Fort Sunday, Nov. 18, service at 11 am. Evening on ,
Department of Natural an action for dissolution of Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. J, somewhat due to will begin a new conferenceyear service, 6 p.m Thursday only 2 years old. 3 BR, 2 1/2
Resources, Division of Interior marriage has been filed againstyou G. Adkins Sunday.Mr. cols, flu, and some measles. for Greater Allen Chapel night, Nov. 22, there will be a baths, C/H and C/A, 55000. Resolutions Pro
Resources, Tallahassee, not less Johnnie Lee Foster, and Parents are asked to keep Church. special Thanksgivingprogram. To See call Mrs. Cannon at clamations. Card of Thanks

than two days prior to the you are required to serve a copy and Mrs. J. V. Hollifield children at home at times Anyone wishing to Quality Realty. 372-8441, or $4.00 Minimum up to 50
examination dates. of your written defenses, if any attended the singing and when they are unable to studyor Greater Bethlehem give thanks or participate in Home 372-1469.2tchg. 11/15. words. Each word over 50-

to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, dinner on the grounds at when they may spread Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. the service is invited to at- 8C.
1:30: p.m., Tuesday, whose name and address is Grace Baptist Church, Sun- communicable diseases. Jasper Williams Pastor. tend.
November 27, 1973; Board Dudley P. Hardy, Esq. P. 0.
Room of the Southwest Florida Drawer 1030: Starke, Florida, day, Nov. 4. .

Water Management District; 32091, and file the original with
Brooksville, Florida the clerk of the above styled
RECREATIONThe :
court on or before December 20,

9:30: am., Wednesday, 1973: otherwise a judgementmay Senior EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice]
Hampton
November 28 1973; Central and be entered against you for
Citizens will meet
Friday
relief demanded in the
the
Southern Florida Flood Control
District; 901 Everma Street, complaint or petition. evening, Nov. 16, at the old U. S. D. A. GRADE "A" AGAR'S

West Palm Beach, Florida WITNESS my hand and the school house. The drawing for QUICK FROZEN CannedHAMS FAIRSUPERMARKETS
seal of said Court on October the Turkey for Thanksgiving,

10:00: a.m., Thursday, 1973. YOUNGTURKEYS BROAD
November 29, 1973; Room 429, BREASTED
Larson Building, Tallahassee, Gilbert S.Brown
Florida As Clerk of said Court A Christmas Poem:
BONELESS STARKE'S

1 1:00: p.m., Friday, November By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 'Songs Raise on High' I 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST.
30, 1973 Council of Govern. Deputy Clerk Sound over all waters, ;
; ...., .
ments Office, 3rd Floor, 10-2541( 11-22 reach from all lands, C 5 LB CAN I 3 LB CAN A W...o..ow.'c..aooo AONUA.un' GOOD THRU'OA'
Courthouse Amex, Daytona The chorus of voices, 6 5 I Re, ..N :.: y ;' 001NtnV
17 LBS
the clasping of hands;
Beach, Florida
Sing hymns that were sung $A
,
49
& UP LB $6 991 ALSO AVAILABLE
1t 1115I NOTICE by the stars of the morn. i ... SWIFTS BUTTER BALLSELFBASTING
Sing songs of the angels when 73 TURKEYS
Jesus was born! 10 T016 LBS F' LB
I \will not be responsible for Barrett Concrete Products, Inc. With glad jubilations

any debts made by anyone other has made Application to the Bring hope to the nations! ( LEAN TENDER 1
than myself. Bradford County Zoning Board The dark night is ending and CENTER CUT CENTER
for reclassification of the CHUCK
dawn has begun;
Leslie F. Glisson property described below from Rise hope of the ages, SIRLOIN SMOKED :
2tp 1121IN Open Rural to BW (Wholesaleand arise like the sun, i ;
Warehouse) Sec. 33 All speech flow to music,
Township 6S Range 22E N 1/2 all hearts beat as one, ROAST
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of NE1/4of SE 1/4/ Ex W6A Ex Blow, bugles of battle, STEAKS ;! HAMS i c: :,
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
R/W Property lying South of the marches of peace;
IN AND FOR BRADFORD SCL R/W, East of SR100 and East, west, north and south, 1 ,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE North of SR100A (Griffis Loop; let the quarrels all cease, 1 IlrNlf/'
NO. 73-254 This change in classification is Sing the song of great joy .. --7ge!
subject to a public hearing to be that the angels began $149 ; SHANK 78 ;

IN RE: The Marriage of J. B. held on Tuesday November 27, Sing of glory to God I.S.C10IC1EveryDayLowPrke 1 !
JONES, Husband, and IDA 1973 at 7:30: p.m. in the County and of good will to man! / 1 CUT 1
Hark, the chorus
join
MAE BLUE JONES, Wife. Commission room at the
The heavens bend o'er us!
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo which Bradford time County all persons Court interested House at -John Greenleaf Whittier EveryDayLowPrkeU. EvervDavLowPrke m EveryDayLowPrice M EveryDayLowPriceomc.

shall be heard for or against the Froze *. O. A. GRADE A r oi..fflB3SP BONELESS -UU.CUT FioniOA GRADE A

:J. B. JONES proposal, Code as specified of Bradford in the ';mmj;; \ ;1 m jm 1 1j1 1 1 1 1j1 1 TURKEYS BAKING HENS TURKEY FRESHFRYERS
Zoning I
OR CORNISHHENS : STEAKS
116 Castor Street :
County. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO DRUMSTICKS _ _
New 17 US UP IO-1 LBS
Rochester York
REGISTER _ _
John Torode, Chairman FICTITIOUS NAME
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Bradford County Zoning Board.L. 73179 QUICK LOOSE PACK" /f flap aGwaN
action for divorce has been filed M. Gaines, Director Pursuant to Section 865.09 FROZEN I 3 TO J LBS
against you and you are requiredto
Florida Statutes
notice is
serve a copy of your written 11/15 I '
11/8 2tp hereby given that the undersigned STOKLEYPINEAPPLE PILLSBURY
defenses,if any, to it on Paul D. ROSEDALE
J. R, Crosby, Rt. 1,
Newell, Plaintiff's attorney, Lawtey, Bradford County, 16.Soz' CANS ; IOWPACf
whose address is P. O. Box 664, !
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida, 32058 doing business 1 CORN C REAMSTYLEOR i 1 CAKE
Keystone Heights, Florida,
REGISTER under the firm name of "Nash HOLE KERNEL ,
32666, on or before December 1
FICTITIOUS NAME ville South" Rt. 1, Lawtey,
19, 1973, and file the original
Bradford County, Florida, intends PEAS MIXES
17oz CAN I46oz
with the court either before Pursuant to Section 865.09 to register said fictitious JUICE, i or
service on plaintiff's attorney or Florida Statutes, Notice is
name under the provisions of
immediately thereafter; 1 ASSORTED
otherwise, a default will be hereby given that the undersigned aforesaid statue.
Russell S. Crews, P. Dated at Starke Florida this 6 $1 !18.5oz 31EveryDayLowPrice
entered against you for the relief YOUR
i
O. Box 303, Waldo, Florida 2nd day of November A. D. 3/l
demanded in the Complaint or
::
Petition.WITNESS my hand and seal firm 32694 name doing of business"Crews under Longhorn the 1973. CAN l CHOICE I BOXES

Restaurant", U. S. 301 South, J. R. Crosby, Sole Owner
of this Court on the 8th day of
Starke Bradford County, 11/84tp 1129IN _
October 1973. EvervDavLowPrice BonusBuy BonnsBuy
_ BonusBuy
Florida 32091 Intends to register _
GILBERT. BROWN said fictitious name under the THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JWIIT a MIILOW PANTRY PRIDE GEORGIA RED FRESH FLORIDAORANGES IDAHO

CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT provisions of aforesaid statue. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Golden RipeBANANAS SWEETPOTATOES ORGRAPEFRUIT BAKING
Dated at Starke, Florida this FOR Orange Juice
COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND
1st day of November, A. D. CASE POTATOES
BRADFORD COUNTY
1973. FROZEN 6 OZ. CAN _
Donna M.
By Branson NO.
Deputy Clerk
Russell S. Crews, Owner of ALENEC. 6/$100
IN RE: The Marriage
111154t 12/6 11/8 4tp 11/29 STARLING, Petitioner, and

LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR., I
Respondent I ; JACK-O-LANTERN I PET
CITY OF LAWTEY 'U'Vr | rrrlrlar
WITH THIS COUPON PIE
Office of City Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT CUTYAMS RITZ Irrrnarf
LAWTEY, FLORIDA NESCAFE

November 9, 1973 To:
LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR. COFFEE SHELLS3A$1
USE AND PLANNED USE REPORT FOR FEDERAL REVENUE Address Unknown i

SHARING FUNDS, CITY OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA. t
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat INS'AN7- C 1
YOU
BONUS PACK 64 t I 5 PACK
ENTITLEMENT PERIOD DECEMBER 1972 through SEPTEMBER an action for dissolution of 1

1973. . . . . . .. . . . . .. .12562.00 marriage has been filed againstyou 4000.N,.. UT ONZNV RRO-A 00 BTORI 1 29oz j FROZEN 89 e
and are required to 1 COUPON
you MRU NOW Twit sun
Public Safety $320000 serve a copy of your written TH nnnnnnnnnnAnn IS Annn ON I CANS 1 : 1! 25ozEveryDayLowPrke

Health 994.40 defenses if any, to it on 1
Multi purpose 5600.00 9,694.40 RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor
Petitioner, whose address is EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPricePILLSBURY EveryDayLowPrkeVAHLSING V EveryDayLowPrice

BALANCE ON HAND IN BANK . . . . . ..2,867.60 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box
995 Starke, Florida, 32091, and PANTRY PRIDE
PLANNED USE REPORT FOR ENTITLEMENT PERIOD 7/1/73 file the original with the Clerk of CRANBERRYC'AH POTATOES CORN ON FRUIT.

6/30/74/ . . .. .. . .. .. . .. .9,062.00Multi the above-styled Court on or (..ZAUUtATINS \f
coon
before December 10, 1973, \ SAUCE S*>- ALLOT THE COB R4iR CAKE
Purpose 600000) otherwise a judgment may be *
Public Safety 1862.00 entered against you for the relief YOUR llCHOICE 49 ti
2/49/
Financial Administration 1200.00 9,062.00 demanded in the Petition. P/

WITNESS my hand and the
ALL MONIES RECEIVED FROM THE FEDERAL REVENUE seal of said Court on the 2nd day ,

SHARING FUND WILL BE USED FOR PROJECTS AND SERVICES of November, 1973.GILBERTS.. '0I
WHICH ARE IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CITIZENS OF r-------------- EvcryDayLowPrkc 'ivcryDaylowPric*' EvcryDjyLowPrk rf cryD.yLowPrkc Iv ryDaylowPfk

LAWTEY FLORIDA. BROWNAS I PILLSBURY I BRECK HI alt: SHOPPIft V4V.UI Party Flab* ROYAL.

CLERK OF SAID COURTBy FLOUR I ...,c PUMPKINPIES PANTYHOSE WN'N IIIVI STUFFINGMIX

Respectfully submitted, 1 [ PLAIN. on SILP ntsiNa.9 LB .*<> HAIRSPRAY TROLLS .

Ethel D. Reddish,City Clerk : Beulah Deputy M. Moody Clerk 1. OFF .MO WITH*.*?INnOOURONOOOOONIWAe'at ttrt' iiMir. i COUPON "N 6 9 C .00nN:ZOot.31$1 39 .;.;. 3/$1 I Tod 3.4 ''

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Ten delicious colors of soft tip
}., pens, Expresso Showcase. ELECTRICAL WIRING, mobile FOR SALE 2 Siamese cats, 1 "
Bradford County Telegraph. TF home electrical services and male, 1 female, $25 pair. 964- MILLER. Brown SAVE $
carpentry. Call Marshall Mott, 5783. 1t AT REDUCED TIRED OFWORKING
I Brooker. 483-4402.: Itp ,
AUTO. FIRE. DAVIS
BIC PENS. BRADFORD
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I COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 19 ------------ DOYLE E. TRUCKS FOR
cents and 25 cents. TF FOR SALE Fresh farm eggs INSURANCE PONTIAC

and pecans. South of Owen __ RIDE CAN
MIKE STARLING'S Land Joist on Lincoln City Road in Volkswagen SOMEONE ELSE?
YOU A LOT"t
t Clearing 7 miles South of pecan grove. 964-5760. lip Magic Transparent
Starke on 301. 463-1420. sizes. t COVE SPRINGS*
2tp Bradford
'r HElP YIANTEOHELP J' 11/23 ------------ SALES NEW a-USED SERVICE!: 'WI Telegraph. IFCARL

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FOR SALE Hay sold by the IMI. NORTH OF THE MALL
bale or ton. Call A. B. .
WANTED Mean watch dog. Whitehead, Jr. 964-5630. lip GAINESVILLE Gulf
WANTED Female Call 9646481. Itp
for SUNOCO
house work 2 dayS
week. ------ -----
Typewriter
Ph. 964-6945 2tcng. ------------ Smith-Corona;
electric and rnanual. Bradford
FOR SALE Pecans, small or County Telegraph. if AND SERVICE
------------ SEWING MACHINE all makes,
large amounts, Vernon ELNA f
cleaned oiled and adjusted Reddish, 9646530. 2tchg.
,HELP WANTED Electrician, $7.00. All work guaranteed. NEW HOME
experienced In house wiring. James Strickland, Rt. 2 Box)
Good and 65F Starka. Phone BE gentle, be kind, to that WHITE
pay company 9648733. FOR MOST
For A ?
Looking
Change
benefits. Call 376-5329, 2tp expensive carpet clean with
Gainesville 2tp 11/21 11115-------- Blue Lustre. Rent electric sL OF $49.50
up
-- sriampooer $1. Devrlck Inc., FIAT Sunoco Offers
301 E. Call St. 964-6163. 24 HR.WRECKER
------------ 8t
REPAIRS ON ALL
WANTED Used SALES PARTSSERVICE MAKE MACHINES 1. PAID RAINING 2. FINANCING
furniture HWY 301 N.
HELP WANTED Fuel delivery refrigerators, washers Dah- REPOSSESSION- 12 x 64 3 BR NEV/AND USED 3.3 BAY 2 LIFT STATION 4.30,000 GAL/MO.
salesman Contact Register mer's Discount House. tfchg small transfer fee assume mo. USED IMPORT CARS PHONE ALLOCATION
Ol Co. 398 S. Thompson St. payments. ABC Mobile

Starke, Itchg. Homes, 4645 NW 13th St., Harfred Auto W. UNIV. AVE. FOR INFORMATION CALL:

FOR SALE American Eskimo Gainesville Fla. 32601. Itchg. Imports Inc. Martin FLA. MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941

puppies, reg. $65. Old truck, 509 UNIVERSITY: : 378-1355
t fOR RENT Ji trade for 5' x 9' heavy U-haul FOR SALE New 3 bedroom EVENING: : (904) 378-O1O8 TF

type trailer, milk cow or cash. brick veneer, 2 baths living GAINESVILlE'Ti:372'437Poultry u.s. 90 WEST.
Want heavy hens or pullets. room, kitchen and dining PHONE -
9648427. ltpFOR area. Good location.
FOR BEST r OrO+OMOuO
Financing available. Call

i FOR RENT 3 BR house and ------------ Buford Mitchell, 9646853. Equip.Of TRAVEL Champ OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

house apartments in country.in Starke W., also H. tfchg All Kinds. TRUCK- 100 W. PH. 964-5605 -- i&, -


Ndlman. tfchg r SALE J JFOR I' LOTS and-Zoned houses.for mobile Several hornet subdivisions R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. FULL AND LINE OF Materials and THIS YOUR DREAM HOME a

------------ to choose from Only CO. 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto SERVICE BUILD .2 BATH FAMILY ROOM 8 CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL

FOR RENT Furnished 2 BR SALE 36" electric stove, suit your budget. Ph. 468- 317 E, BROWNLEE ST. PLANS OR OURS CLOSE-OUT SALES14.999

house. Quiet neighborhood. only two years old. Like new. 1551 or 964-8331. tfchg STARKE. FLA. LOT OR OURS" 12X60 2 BR. FULLY FURNISHED S4.499Tractor
7823279. 1t $65. 9645717. Itp Anton'sMobile

ESTIMATES
------ PHONE 964.6819
-
----- ------------
,r TV Color picture .ubes only S79 SINGLES & REPAIRS

'i; FOR RENT :2 bedroom mobile EXCELLENT 3 1/2 hp. Sears tfchg plus labor Dahmers Discount. TFCHG EXPANDO WIDES ADDITIONS Hipp Co.

1. home 12 x 52. Water furnished motor. Will trade for 12 gauge ON BOUGHT SOLD
,,: SR 235 9 mles from shot gun. 9646407. Itchg
--- --- O.C. Carnes FREE
-- DELIVERY TRADED
--
Starke. Call A B. Whitehead,
Jr. 9645630. 1tp UP 100 MILE Farm MachinesNEW
------------ N'urseryTHOU FOR SALE
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also
BANK
mobile home hurricane 964-6853
t' --------- an- ANDS
-- HWY
17 NORTH ft USED
YARD SALE Saturday choring and mobile home roof
OF PLANTS
November 17, this, that coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FRUIT 301 S. STARKE TF
TREES.
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile odds, ends, treasures and Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W. EVERGREENS.SHADE: 'CAMELLIAS TREES. TEL. 284-5OO1 4 Ml NORTH ON U.S. 441 'TELEPHONE 372-3464

homes outside city limits. J. junk. Lawtey, street north of Starke, Fla. tfchg AZALEAS. ROSES MOST INCANS 264-7311
B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no school four blocks west 301. PLANT ANYTIME Your Gainesville, Fla.
answer call 964-6152. tfchg Itp FOR SALE Collards cabbageand
LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
broccoli plants. 2 cents S.E. OF STARKE. HWY 100 Estate "WHERE:'SERVICE: IS THE BETTER IDEA"u
------------ ------------ each. Also turnips by the
bunch, in Hampton. Call 468- FLORAHOME659.2165: Broker

FOR RENT Kingsley Lake FOR gas SALE furnace New mobile 80,000 homes BTU 1315 after 3 p. m-1tp-- United- Farm New And Sell- --

apartment, furnished air Tracie --HELP '
$100. Small circulating oil ------- SALES WANTED
conditioned. Inquire at 119 N.
Inc
Walnut St., Starke. heater used. $25. Flare B. Agency, PARTS Kg"S
tfchgAUTOMOBILES Brown, Hampton. 1tp FOR SALE Registered Angus
Bull Calves. J. B. White. 'R EG. REAL ESTATE: BROKER SERVICE I No Experience Necessary
--
--- BILL
POWELL
----- Phone PAUL tk IRENE
964-6114. SHALLOW
DEEP a
------------ tfchg
FAULKNERASSOCIATES 964-6464 Steady ork, Fringe Benefits
FOR SALE AKC registered ------ ----- Plumbing 964-681O I

miniature Dachshunds, 2 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE. Apply At
}j1 1 USED females, whelped Sept. 12. WATSON'SHOUSE STARKE. FLA. 9S4-506S EXPERT
Temp.shots and wormed. $60 VACUUMS
a I WANT TO SELL OR BUY ON ALL
each. 468-1859 Hampton. Up National ProteinROAD
Many brands of new vacuums REAL ESTATE: ?
PHONE -
$39.00 up. Used machines CALLUS FOR BEST: PRICES
------------
FOR SALE Plymouth from $10. all 21 HAMPTON. FLA.
Fury Expert Repairs PROSPECTS WAITING' TFCHG .
III, A/C. P/S, A/T good makes. Parts and Accessories Inc.
condition $600 or best offer. FOR SALE 290 large bales for all vacuums. Built In
Ph. 964-6560 after 5 p.m. or Argentina Bahia hay, $1.25 central vacuum cleaning PUMP & .! MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
weekends Itchg. per bale. 9646956. lip systems. 712 N. Main,
.
B64-N TEMPLE
/ J.eeSe"
Gainesville 3767110. ear d : I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
---- ------------ I ,. __
-------- 40% SAVINGS ... ;

ItttlltrrMISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 1973 Starcratt. .ic A.A. \ -- -
Chair
FOR SALE String beans$2 per Camper, assume payments. Co. BILL'S BD: & QU---l
hamper, you pick. $49.69 month. Bal. $900. FRIDAY 1 BLOCK

off McLeonard Hwy. 16.Rt.Up 2, Box 138A 964. 8696. 1tp LICENSED INSURED: 8:30: P.M.39ON. FROM 1-10 389-1741 964-8346 321 STARKE.N. TEMPLE FLORIDA AVE.


.. .
------------ TV b/w $35.00; New 3 pieceBr. FREE ESTIMATES: GONE UP
ELECTRIC JOHNSON 123 A PRICES HAVE
(.STEAM CLEANING Engines of suit $79.00; Tilt Boat PO SOX 605 WANT TO DRINK I
all types, automotive, farm Trailer $135.00; 15 Foot
MAKE THIS Christmas last a
RETAIL $159.95
machinery. Boyd Service, Ph lifetime. Give your family Fiberglass Boat $225.00; Car win'.A3., :110,;).. YOUR BUSINESS Brothers
964-8359. tfchg Tires, even wide sizes at cost;
WORLD BOOK EN- DAY OR
12 3" 475-2233: NIGHT BILL'S PRICE $13915PEARCE
CYCLOPEDIA. Call M. A. gauge magnum pump CHEYENE CROSS WANT TO '
Co.
shot $125.00
Payne. Ph. 964-6660 after 5pm. gun ; Boys LJ BONNELL THAT'S OUR SIMPSON
Bicycle 3 weeks old $48.00; '
2tchg. 11/23 BUSINESSSTARKE -
Waterless cookware was 8/3CM3T-11/22: I TOM CAT 23
,SAWS SHARPENED work I STARTERS
$79.99 Now $29.99,
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 ------------
or
Tableware was $49.95 Now I RETAIL S139.95
leave at Jackson Building
Supply, Starke or Keystone $19.95; 6 Renault tires on the BUILDERSA REGULATORS BILL'S PRICE '11995BUY
FOR SALE 1964 Cadillac $200 wheels will sell cheap. Bush's
Heights. Tfchg. Air conditioner. Ph. 7823059. Gulf Bait and Tackle Shop, COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE -TRUCK I NOW a SAVE I
2tp 11/23 263 North Temple, Starke,
------------ PHONE 964-3270 219 E. Diesel SIGN
Fla. 9647361. 2t HOME OF THE MAGNETIC
STARKE. FLA.
------------
LENOX AV JAX 72 HR. SERVICE
BUYING pecans daily at State L
------------ Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl
Farmers Market. J. R. 387-2528 _ __ -------- -&
Wainwright. tfchg. NEW COLOR TV of your choicecan "THE NO WAX FLOOR"
$
be added to your mobile
Adult Mobile
home purchased from ABC COMPLETELY: INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6.5O <
------ --- -- PER ';
Mobile Homes, 4545/MW 13th Home ParkIN R. T. LOVORN REALTOR
St., Gainesville, Fla 32601. Beautifully SculpturedHI
WANTED hose saddles, what
have you got? Dahmers Itchg. CITY LIMITS f 3O A MONTH LOW NYLON 473-4692

Discount tfchg. WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
------------
GROCERY AND NEW F.H A.SPECIFICATIONS: COMPLETELY $ IDEAL PROFESSIONAL lOCATION NEXT TO 'GUARANTY FEDERAL.

------------ ORDERS being taken now for SHOPPING CENTER INSTALLED: OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD 6 ROOMS 11/2 BATHS. $22.000.HWY .

Holiday fruit! cakes...Exclusive Shag
NURSERY Pre-school InStruction recipe, all first quality JO-LU COURT THE CARPET WITH THE NOW 100- MOBILE HOME. 2 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS.ADDED ON FLORIDA
ages :2 through 5. ingredients; Call 964-8718 ROOM. 1 11/2 ACRES. S16.OOO.
Hours, 9 to 12. Call 9648404.2t. after 5:30: and weekends for U.S. 301 SOUTH 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY
11/30 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY *
Information. 3tp CRYSTAL LAKE
PHONE 964-8810 INSTALLED OVER: RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

BUILDING LOTS WITH LAKE ACCESS. FROM S1OOO TO S35OO.
----------- ------------

f fifnfif f r <
JIMMY MOORE'S 3 BEDROOM.1 BATH FRAME HOME. CARPORT AND UTILITY ROOM. S12.9OO.
TROUBLE WITH YOUR DOWN REPOSSESSION 12 x 64 3 BR i
PAYMENT? Check Into ABCs small transfer fee. Assume Sun SportsMORE Swing Operators
i CROSBY LAKE
all new LAY-A-WAY PLAN. mo. payments. ABC Mobile
ABC Mobile Homes,4646 NW Homes, 4545 NW 13th Street BOAT FOR
13th St. Fla. YOUR MONEY 2 BEDROOM. 2 BATH MOBILE HOME. LARGE LIVING ROOM AND 14 X 44
Gainesville
Gainesville, Fla. 32601. Itchg. Experienced Preferred But We Will Train.If PATIOFENCEDYARD. CH&ACOMPLETELYFURNISHED.
32601. ItchgWEEKEND ADDED ; S19.2OO.
STARKE PH 964-579
------------ You Are Seeking. Regular Permanent R. T. LOVORN REALTOR
------------
COMPLETE OUTBOARD Bt Employment. 4734692AFTER

RETREAT-sleeps 6, FOR SALE 1971 Suzuki T350R STERN DRIVE SERVICE OFFICE HOURS CALL:

heating and air conditioning, motorcycle, 8000 miles, AND REPAIR Cadillac Uniform Co. 47341484734O5O
TERWILLEGAR FOX
JIM
condition, helmet in- 964-5145
$:BX> ABC Mobile Homes good COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ,
4545 NW 13th Street, cluded. Call 964-7364, Steve REPAIR 441 E. Brownl, KNEPPER 473-4111 C.B MC AFEE

G inesville, Fla.32601. Itchg. Noegel after 5:30: p.m. Itp CUSTOM BUILT FIBER Stark, Fla. MARTHA OR DICK DURBIN 473-3362

GLASS FISHING BOATS I I
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Page 16 TELEGRAPH November 15. 1913





The Energy-. Crisis What YOU Can Do


Do you want to help solve as boiling point is reached is Lighting load is still one of or less. It wears out for heating systems. Improved bottom of the pan or boiler you use. If you think one out. ,

the nation's energy crisis? wasting energy Boiling on the main consumers of fluorescent fixtures and insulation of homes should be perfectly flat to give family's contribution is Insignificant Start today to manage home .'4

Ray Pettis agricultural low setting will take only electricty used in the home. wastes electricity to turn could save vast amounts of close contact to the electric consider that usage of resources more ef- '|

engineer Florida Cooperative about a fourth as much Save electric energy by them on and off so much. energy on heating as well as unit.There small electrical appliances ficiently. Each individual can Edo

Extension Service Institute of electricity or gas as boiling on turning off lights that are not When you're out of a room for cooling.! are many ways to cut such as toasters shavers his part to conserve JJ!
(Food and Agricultural high Using less water for being used or not needed. longer periods of time turn off Another way to save energy down on a family's con- irons radios, and television energy. With 200 million"ft
Sciences offers some ideas on cooking along with turning Turn off incandescent or both kinds of lights Pettis fit the pan size to the burner sumption resources. It Isn't account for( 10 percent of all people( helping to save energy,/

the subject.A temperatures down can resultin ordinary light bulbs and leave says. size. Using a 6-inch kettle on always easy to do the tougher residential demand or 3 a positive impact can be made don *

leaking hot-water faucet, a substantial energy fluorescent lights on if you're Pettis suggests a thermostat an 8-inch unit is an expensive chores yourself or to percent of total U. S. electric the energy crisis Pettis ,.$

dripping one drop per second saving. going to be gone five minutes setting of 68 degrees waste of electricity. The remember to conserve what energy demand, Pettis points says. ::

wastes 2,500 gallons a year
And for a pipe-run of only 20 .. ,. .. '" .. .. --- ..- '3

feet between the water heater

and the point of use -- about .' ON SALE THURSDAY sJlUT XT fODATf

drawn two quarts off before of water 120 must degree be: ?.c i: :4+ AA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY? LAT 1!' AWAYf !

water runs through the faucet, 7-PIICI CHIP *N' DIP

a waste of 1,040 gallons of OR SALAD BOWL SIT
water a year in the average
kitchen. WITH ANY S1&00

"We cannot survive without e.... o.w / OR MORE LAYAWAYI

water yet most of us give HO CHAASC rOMLAYAWAV
CHRISTMAS ANDTHANKSGIVING
1 tile 1 thought to how much L Qt1 '? P 2.98 VALUE 1
"
water we use Pettis says,
Seemingly small things wastea
lot of water. A tub bath uses rD NEW

10 to 15 gallons a baby bath 5 DYLAND PPLRNCEIS
gallons, automatic clothes OPEN! and GIFTSt RADIO SALE! 4

washing! 18 gallons, and 524 NEW I

automatic dishwashing 8 TOYS OVER II

gallons An average person opalmas

uses some 50 gallons per day NEW / in"HoTo / toe i not Ile,

for cleanliness personal hygiene plus added and GIFTS' Jr/> OFF ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE FAMIL >;:w.ttwf aL'

amounts for other purposes. I

such as lawn sprinkling.How II 111 I/11/ r I
1 111 11 / '\ ,
can we manage our

home water usage more efficiently .
d L t p J CQ/
4,{ Mf
I
? The following l ..rT
< I
P
suggestions should help. i
l .c .A VI *.*> > I
replacevashers- on leaKY n Tr 1 OPI
faucets; plug the sink drain G E.,CUSTOM
,'
when shaving or washingdon't Q MODEL ELECTRIC
( leave the water running P. swr SLICING KNIFEs

unnecessarily i ; operate dish
washer with full load to avoid !

waste (one dishwasher load t.M rt'j0 S1A Qes

generally; uses less hot water nM1 TAT 0.. D'.. ...!,r''".
than washing dishes by hand ... tI !

three times a day. Have the O Compact con
water heater installed as near i SAVE 177.GINGER S / toured handle to

to the point of use as possible e DOLL AND lit, your handP"
'v! y BABY CARRIAGE BY 'LOVEE hollow groundt
Self-cleaning ovens con Nal'lly. ..14 f- >- AVE J7Z stoinloss, ttootblod.l.

standard sume more models.energy than 1 0. :.;;;".. Ell 16 PC. ''WHEAT1 PATTERN 'YOUR CHOICE'E-ZPOUR ,, ANACONDA It" X 25 FEET slicing' Ideal meal lot,,
II ;--- STARTER DINNER SET ALUMINUM FOIL ASSORTMENT HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM FOIL f.wl. bread and
Leaving range units on high
tI
when they could be as effective y a Four piece set includes 13"dollbaby Ow. D''...... ,.,.. vegetables. Colorstyled
whit
turned to low as soonTrexlaS l ," carriage, 'baby: doll and dog: m ....m and avocado.in i 1
c :; A real 'Biq, Volut'l t Year Warranty.

I.fltLXJlafiHI \ r Bo..d sir includes' 4 dinner, Time, scone and lobar sormg H..vy duty fal, hal ,so ,ideal 'for
s .-IA ,.t,,.. plates, 4 cups, 4 saucers and products Disposable or reusable roasting meats and poultry. .Also
Sp.cIal. r..rch. f SAVE, t SAVK f..** P 4 bread and butter plates. DecoA huge assortment to choose perfect' to line, cookie, sheets and
HENS MEN S NYLON MEN'S TRIACETATE KNIT rative pattern. Gamed ceramic. from. (Only a few are illustrated). cake pans. Cooking! chart on boo

PANTS QUILTED FLIGHT JACKETS LONG! SLEEVE SHIRTS ,

Ity Sheriff FAliOUSsMAKER : i y SAVIrl;! 1 ,

3 PIECE

At the start of every hunting 0.. D....... -.... w.-. H. Our DBCwni( Price ..-3)9F" '. r'v I Al CAST IRONSKILLET SET

season questions always arIse n> lyefterblendft.Sup tailored Acrylic, fur collar, 2 strop closure. 80% ,triacetate, 20% nylon. Long ti MODEL rJs iAVE 7.a
B
concerning requirements of by Nation' No 1 maker Patterns. h,ippr pochetaAdlustcbls. | worst .os.Smart.p"l and popular SAVE f-44 ( ) w m Y
the Florida Law Hondsomelydeod.dSteSML, patterns.S.s.s5ML.andXL vl} G.E. TOAST-R-OVEN
Trespass and 101 d* many color 30.42 BOYS'3-SPEED 26" BICYCLES wisAt1of _
To increase public understanding 55 'PY

of this matter. S48ff Sue 6V10'i" -8". .2i6
(C) '
Sheriff Dolph Reddish has ) Heavy 11'.3 appliances 'in 1. It toasts,
issued the following c- Pr.'eaaA browns and hakesEnlo
Front hand coaster (D) coned. lop
statement: timber Podded seat Shingord peas convenient, counter top cooking1Middleweight. ,
Fyv
Trespass is entering into the IJ VIII h _
enclosed land and premises of
AVE 14/X Its AVE
( -- 1.N
another without permission ol d d c: \ (E) "" T
the lawful occupant The law w VEG-0-MATIC S. 30 CUP
I ts 12" A M.F.J1TRICYCLE. ,
defines land as posted. .- AVE 172PORCELAIN aAVIsaX'SS% FOOD I IL- BUFfET
.
cultivated and fenced and ---. i x.gl ENAMEL 'YOUR APPLIANCE PERCOLATOR

shall be considered as "en- of ( ROASTING PANS GLASS CHOICE'a
o0I
closed." .# .A' WA'1.r I
_,_, 7 r 1.8-1-fl
Posted land is property on I j y\_ s kJS ea'1-2.96

which signs are placed not -1 'i I 16'i' *114 2V open pan A. Quart: Co.&erole with cover, J
more than 500( feet apart along 4 t B. 2', Quart Util.ty. Dnh. World's fastest food preparation Fully out, tc' Signal, light and
the boundaries and at each Z T'r 111 7 14." owl with, Id, 1.38 C.I'', Quart Loaf Pan appliance. Slices, wedges, dices, detachable cord Modern law
corner of the land i / I Ii 1L errs Single and dock handlebars frame. ,Chrome White Side fend- ISilli 6V1" oval wit, lid 2.58 D.1 l'vt Qt.Divided, Vegetable Dish, Saves you hundreds of hours ,in style. Full 30 cup capacity One
E.1 1 Qt. Oval Casserole with, food preparation Model 22922.
cover year guarantee.
land that
Cultivated is .t\ wall tires.Flamboyant red(finish.
which has been cleared of its r
natural vegetation and is SAVE SAVE 147. SAVEI X ? mooeLn

presently planted with a crop. MEN. S ZIPPER STYLE MEN'S PERMANENT.. PRESS BOYS' COLORFUL FLARE LEG CHALK BOARD IMPORTED _____ u p ,
ACRYLIC KNIT PULLOVERS T-SHIRTS OR BRIEFS CORDUROY DICKIE JEANS 3 PIECE
orchard or AND PEG DESK
grove pasture tiV
trees: or is fallow land as partof I rtn PA1. .ss CARVING SET KNIFE ui : sis

a crop rotation program 1Afr 013 f .}9E

Fenced land is that which AVE 3**
1')10 In. r v', F.I'' fa.ho".d, SOS, po rester. 50' otlg" \while" 100 col tor corduroy Famous ma. v gam.97C
has been: enclosed by a fenceof ,. Complete" withcolored SAVE ISX CHIFFON' ELECTRIC
H .. '" 'c lU"q s ce... N.. ".ads 'II p.r..n' kei Machine washable Popular. .
substantial construction F t.' S tc S M l Pc" Saes, S fool L and XL colors Suet 8 to U p chalk p o. 26 PC. CRYSTAL PUNCH SET Stainless, steal with BUFFET FRY PAN ,
"mallet
whether with rails, logs posts and eraser, rss A f rosewood handles, ?s '
and railing iron. steel barbed Sturdy 3.48 I I Boxed set includes 11 yf
wire or other material. which BOYS' construction.Eaiily ham slicer. carving '
s: T 8'j' Qt. bowl, I I2-Sat. cups, j I' knife, and carving Vented cover. Detachable heal
FRUIT assembled.
stands at least three feet in ORENECKSWEATSHIRTS J OF THE LOOM( "
t 1 plastic ladle and 12 cup hooks. lark, control. Completely immersibleOne .
height > UNDERWEARWENS
.... .
,. I h.2'.mIj' 013 SAVE1X SAVE ."%-SY/ SAVE 1.401
1' ...... 1 X EAGLEAF'STATE "'' '
( -- AMBASSADOR QUART EAGLE! PENLITE
15 ." 5 Sp.ei.lBuy'! f"11 CHEST SET EAGLE 1040 or "C" CELLBATTERIES SOLID '
FORESTRYIN I f J., -c." MEN'S STURDY BELTS \ care 100Scauon.Easy White.. --. MOTOR OIL CLOCK RADIO 2/9T

i T: ; ., n "+ rtf"II" Shins' ...".6 to \.M l sa wu sv O
BRADFORD COUNTYBy .. ) ,' .t. UI.Ii! I I 1 16 Briefs sire .. \ 1 r-Z 12f- m/1
.
.
t s 4 to 16 Each in ,- .. 's
S n'. S M 'XL F.vpandcd .....i op ,,' 14.Q packages of> 3. ./ All scathe blend. Heavy duty peal I t, es.4c1 s
:: :
Lubricates better, battery, for transis 50011.IIDI t
.
John ," Ioslslangar.Equo1 .- tar and flashlights.
SAVE r (Ej; ? SAVE ll'lGIRLS' t. la all advertised V 'c' c.1I battery Instant.on sound, Advanced su
1, i n cludesleh.d 3' ',. we' has 87A
!;1'MQOfOwpwpwgmpmpwq r .i ,tJ JR BOYS' ..v and asmenea 11'/'.I' brands Factory metal jacket 'for perhetewdynecvtcurt.ULLsed.
..' A Approved Inng life. Avocado hi-impaet plastic cose.
G PRINTED :f. i!" ROLL-UP SLEEVE woodgmmboard and 'instructions
POLO SHIRTS BLOUSES
A. V
?, .

(From pays 12)) t: : 1- .". .. ,\ {W. :r"
':105O5.4; '4J': ",' 6 FT. SCOTCH BOX OF 50 BOX OF 12 OT
.
'' uJ-W PINE TREE MINIATUREBLINKING Q nsne.esLre .
''IOU "O".s J.
""
board feet of wood. To get an l IJ fMr v ORNAMENTS
idea to how big this it "I' naerr" 1 A'"ac'.p.' o- L rJft) 5' 0
as is. 01''I"' r" do /', and sohds, P.rm'u "r ere PETAL LIGHTS
would take around of 4, <
50) acres ; I 'i anent press Sites
D. .
well-stocked pine sawtimber t ".y .: fro 14 /L ss y? Flame rtsistanlpolyvmyl OP4p pod
here in Florida to match the chloride. 2" ornament'
volume in this one tree JANINE PIECE TOY Allergy 5 way blinking 1 ,in o choice of 10 REELSCOLORFUL
COOKWARE SET free. well not '
The Florida Division ol e / hold :yr lights with colors red RIBBONS
1 moisture r snaa*m lamps gold blue, tit.
Forestry has set aside :2.600) Packed
4 UiI in storagt and sockets ver and green. m.
for motorcvcle chest
acres enthusiasts car Add-on plug. An American
in the large p- Al. terns ..od..n. -rostecolor, ton. Includes u.. If 1 lamp burns !tau Each reel ,is 70 feel,
VVithlacoochee State Forest metal Colorful design. Sturdy free stand out the resf product 3 4" wide.. A colorful\ assorrtiment
near Brooksville. Known as I ,Ii s\ -ookmpoufsrrh.ltrb'Mril' ova.... remain lighted for ChnslmasrraDD'nD and a"".
%
SAVE 16
Buttgenbach Mines an> old
phosphate mining arC
mostly uphill and downhillarea i 6 OrSurt 7 Ot. Start

is truly a "dirt biker's" Ll It terI'e r Dtodorint Spray DtodMint

dream. Mar to i" Suns 10 '0 13 or Antl-Pfs' iiant
All-age drivers are legal on j i an Spray DtodafMt.
recreational vehicles on the s

Motorcycle Area. This is a SAVE ...0 / s rF\ Oz. ess4R- .....
of law and t
matter was approved WOKENSLONG r SAVE t :; '' N0.1.J3
a N s { I tti HEN S LEATHER WORK! OXFORDS U.1rit'1
in the 1973:
Legislative SLEEVE OMEN'S POLYESTER tl'L Super dry.Longlostino Dry ,formula, or
Session. It enables families NYLON SA".s..r. FLARE LEG SLACKS y .. ,< Regu' '.lIulard..oda. -
with children below the age of PULLOVERS e/ ai TOUR CHOICE lara unscented ant.
legal licensing to use the area. ...sw OMENS LACE TRIMMED 0,1 resistant sale.Bu"nu.12
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the motor
Accordingly 311 i/fJ MEN'S 7" SNUB NOSE BOOT
cycle set-aside area has rules ... 4' Ol. Fistnth
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among which is a provisionthat 100' nylon Fa SAVE S f X o..D>.< .w en. riders must purchase a sh on colors toes polyester.Jacquard .uJ.tr .. ..
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Stretch lib style Sleep like a queen with a nightgown ltI.n'lblockandtan.I'pp.r..Ca., .....a'ted.'yl..and ,
annual washable.Fashion tab
$12 permit or a $3 I SnesS.M, andL by Elsie.I 100% nylon Many on.neiroll, 3LIPPERSOR11011EJfSTR1lAT uol comfort. S, M, L. Ladies eg- colon.7 to 12 Dentureedheslve.
temporary permit to use the .' .ular.! Sues S. fool, and L LINED FASHON WEDGES sh.oned. ho.I..dg..S... 5 to 10. Hald.d.ntu securely.powdV.
Buttgenbach Area.

!Modern camping facilitiesare

available on a 40 acre site 153 CONVENIENT/ NEIGHBORHOOD/ LOCATIONS THERE'S AN EAGLE FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE NEAR WU!
which includes showers

grills electrical, a picnic hookups shelter barbecue and Use Our Convenient If You're Not Shopping At Eagles

sewage facilities. Starke Florida
This facility the first on Year Round ,
public land in the state has Family Discount Store

been called by many the finest Phone 964-7513

the motorcyle United area States.of its type in Layaway Plan. You're Not Saving Money !










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