Bradford County telegraph
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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 21, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Vol 95 STAHKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents

No. 17 Wednesday, November, 1973 Copy

With Gratitude for Freedom .

We Honor Our Forefathers on City Planning

n Steps To Save



On Electricity

Concerned over a

possible fuel shortage,
Mayor Neil Tucker is
9 QualifyFor asking that Starke

residents cut down on the

use of electricity where

I possible and recommends

cutbacks for city power
Dec. 4 consumption.

I A study will be made to
determine what street lightscan
be cut off and still
maintain a good lighting
system to discourage criminal
\ LawteyVote) activity.
x, ,/ "We .won't darken entire
eeeMt rK I areas," Tucker said. "Whatwe
have in mind ''is finding
Nine candidates qualified prior to Saturday's streets that have perhaps

hr +, Nov 17, noon deadline for the upcoming Dec. 4 three lights and turning off
one. If a street only ha" "\s
( 1 Lawtey city election.Mrs. light of course we would

Lucille Shuford and (Spud) Massey have qualifiedfor [ leave it on for the safety of
Marshall M. M. Jordan have the Group 1 city council I property and residents; he
no opposition and are ap- post. Councilman Rosier is t said.
.'fwj.r.w. dkw. ;r c fj parently set for election. Mrs. completing his first term and I Tucker intends to ask: that
; +r.1 + ''+l lr .fin 4 "" 9 Shuford, wife of Farmbest Massey is a former coun- Christmas. lights be left off
Mh executive Joe Shuford who cilman. this year but the decorations
L recently moved to Lawtey Incumbent Robert Scott and I will be up for the pleasure of
from St. Augustine, is succeeding Hulon M. Herndon have daytime shoppers..
k veteran clerk Ethel qualified for the Group 3 I Other measures such as
| Reddish who is retiring after council seat, CouncilmanScott limiting. the lighting of
I t 19 years at the post. is a'veteran of eight recreation parks in the
jj i Incumbent Marvin Hosier evening are recornmended.
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s and challenger Spurgeon The tennis court lights
.ri shouldn't be on every night
... and the Pratt Street Park will
t S cJlool probably be kept off to conserve
power, the mayor said.
"We just don't know what
I the winter will bring'* Tucker
ttfilllt I To State continued. Like all of the
United States facing fuel

: Sale of the old Anderson shortages Starke may be
Johnnie Blaine Thompson.
colder this winter if weather
Junior High School building seconded by Arthur N. becomes more severe than
southeast of Lawtey to the llolliday and unanimously last
State of Florida for year.
$165.000) passed. "Fuel allotments for Starke
was finalized at a special (See Page II> will be held at the same levelas
School Board
meeting "
we used last year, the
Tuesday morning. Mayor\ said. "If we have a
p The school, phased out Hun Urtt Still mild winter we should be all
ur .dL 5r Y several
rs. 3. rkT.. years ago has been right. But if this is a cold

Chuck Goodowns. 6, and sister Vicky 3, were fascinated Club had on display Saturday night at Its Harvest dinner See converted Community into Correctional the Lawtey Flocking/ Into what winter will we happen just don't" he know said.
by the real. e turkey gobbler and hen the Junior Woman's story on society page in this issue. Center and has been in use by The City Commission

the Department of Correc- l3lanflinl/ A refs meeting Tuesday night slates
tions since last spring under
the discussion of the
terms of a lease with option to 6,305 hunters have been crisis well energy of
Rep. Grosse Quizzed In Union Co. HearingLAKE buy reported hunting in the Camp the annual as budget.as completion
The Center is designed as a landing Wildlife The Council I has been
community and vocational Management Area from !Nov. considering a five and one-
BUTLER November, the first coming on Council, and a couple of experienced employee what other taxpayer would. I feel center and at present houses 12 through !Nov 18. half percent acrosstheboardraise
Questions on the regional Nov. 4. Rep. Grosse has been private citizens that attendedthe he is worth and have him stay that it is quite probable that in some 40 inmates under thesystem's Twenty-four deer 8 hogs, for all of the city's 74
government concept the holding a series of meetings meeting. with the job giving us the many instances like the work-release 250 squirrels, 20 fox squirrels, employees. In a special called
number of state employees, throughout his district to try Lawrence, well known for benefit of his experience."At Department of Health and program. This number will be 26 quail and 2 rabbits have meeting Monday evening
$10,000 homestead exemptionfor to get the feel of what the his round about rhetoric in Rehabilitation which has increased by the first of the been killed up to this date. (about which the press was
those 65 and over, listingthe public is thinking and to find previous public and com said the same time, Grosse some 36,000 employees in their year when vocational training The first weekend of hunting not notified) the com-
number of land sales in the out about any legislation the mission meetings here, began "there are areas of department, the increase is courses in masonry and season, 5,787 hunters enteredthe missioners apparently
state, a proposed drop in people are concerned with questioning of Grosse to ob- government where there are often due to the increased general maintenance are setup compound and I 114 deer hammered out final details of
school millage, and the energy prior to the opening of the tain his views on regional too many employees, just as public demand for services The facility is designed to were reported bagged ir the the budget.
crisis were field by State Rep. forthcoming legislature.In government.In there are areas where there from the particular department take care of 100 inmates. first weekend of the hunting The council is working on a
are too few I don't like to
Grosse see The motion to sell the season.
George D- reply to Lawrence'squestions in tentative budget which shows
Jacksonville, in his second the November 14th Grosse had this to six men sent out to do a two question. building and its 17.42 acre site No: hunting accidents were :Mime $3 .0/O(/ surplus from an
public meeting in Union meeting, which found the say "I think regional man job anymore than any (See Page 7)) to the State was made by reported this past week. anticipated income of
county commissioners all
County in NovemberThe government is just another $1,826,64 The budget has
absent, there were fewer thana
Nov. 14 session was the layer of government. Per. been balanced by the processof
second Rep. Grosse had held question dozen Grosse people on hand suchas to sonally, I feel that we have Co. Voter Nears adding to anticipated in-
on areas Survey CompletionAnother
in Lake Butler during the energy crisis, regional enough government at this come, rather than cutting
government, and the in- time, perhaps too much in proposed expenditures
creasing cost of governmentitself. some areas and I would really Mrs. Jeneva M. Flynn, voter when registering for the purpose for the Mrs.\ Flynn requests that you The council has also been
The guestions Grosse have to say that at this time I supervisor of elections county elections did so at the card Mrs. Flynn said, is to return the card recently advised of a need togetall city
QJJ1 tt Qt rt'riV11 = completed in October courthouse. If the also utilities on a paying basis and
had put to him during the am opposed to regional early voter provide a corrected mailing or mailed to each voter.
:"\ .-- ,;" meeting came from County government." the mailing of an information resided in any of the four residence address for each About 700 have not been three weeks ago; acted on
Clerk Robert Driggers, Grosse listened intently as card to approximately 7,000 municipalities registrationwith voter of record. returned to her office. results of a rate structure
_-. County Attorney Hal Maines, Maines told him that he felt registered voters in Bradford the city clerk was also So far all of the cards have The voter registration study.On .
County Sanitarian Glen there were too many govern- County to bring the county'slist required if he wanted to been returned with exceptionof records in her office providesa November 1, Starke City
rf Howard City Councilmen T. ment employees. Maines said, of registered voters up to participate in the city elections about 10 per cent. good "growth indicator" of Commissioners tentatively
S. Thomas, Jr. and Mrs. "I don't see how the govern- date.Mrs. of Starke, Hampton, the county's population, and adopted new utility rates to
Sharon B. Minshew, along ment can keep increasing its Flynn said that she is Lawtey or Brooker. If any voter did not vote in Mrs.\ Flynn; said that the area provide some $81,000 in
with J. D. Lawrence, chair costs each year when we haveso well pleased with the response The state legislature, at its any election in the past two in the southeast portion of the. necessary revenues to
man of the Santa Fe Citizens many families on fixed or that her office has had so far last session, enacted a statuteto years, the supervisor's officeis county near Keystone Heights balance the 73-74 fiscal year
low Incomes." from the voters in returningthe become effective January required to remove that appeared to be outgaimng budget.
Grosse said, "I have to say cards. 1, 1974 authorizing the county voters name from the other areas of the county The rate hike means that
DRNCENational that I am a firm believer in Beginning January 1, 1974 supervisor of elections to registration books to comply every resident of the city will
Christmas Tree Sale paying an individual for what her office will become a handle] the registration of the with the permanent ChristmasParade be paying at least $3.60 per
Guard he does Irregardless of who he "centralized" registration voters in each of the registration system now in month more for these ser
Planned liy Jayvees works for be it government location for the municipalitiesof municipalities at the courthouse use.A. vices:
Armory some private industry. I am Starke Hampton, Lawtey providing a one-stop list of the names so Set .-sewer rates increased
The Starke Jaycees will sell not all in favor of seeing our and Brooker. > service for the convenience of removed as a result of the"purge" $2.50.water
23 NOV. 73 Christmas trees as a fund government employees Heretofore, a qualified the voter.us'enl will! be published at a For Dec. 8 rates increased
later date, Mrs. Flynn said.
raising project for the first turned into second class $160.
Peace Machine time this year, according to citizens because they happento Radar Slot After being removed from Entries for the annual The commissioners hope
Jaycee Jimmy Lawson. work for the government. U DownThe the registration records as a Christmas Parade, to be heldat that this increase in rates will
8-12 P.M. The trees are on order now we do not meet the competitive "The purpose of the new Starke Police Depart- result of the purging, a voter 10:30: am Saturday, Dec. 8, be enough to pay: for whatever
and the sale will begin in the salary structure that radar unit is to slow people ment hopes that people will can be restored providing the are being invited by the increase in fuel and inflationary -
C..r s.r front lot of Baldwin Chevrolet. private industry has to offer down and it's doing a good abide by the speed law so they elector makes it Known to the Chamber of Commerce.All additions to
Olds on North Temple Avenue then we find ourselves in the job," stated Starke Police won't have to give out supervisor of elections that his organizations and salaries and materials.
<<:t :
Ije !Community! In Starke on the grassy area position of having a huge Chief Jimmy Bowen after citations. status has not changed. businesses desiring to enter Preliminary figures in-
@ttntt dank adjacent to the building as turnover within government catching nine people on the The unit was put into use To be restored application floats, decorated cars.or other dicate that this rate change
soon as the trees arrive. No jobs and the continual need to new unit. last Friday that will detect the must be made IN PERSON by parade units are asked to i will. provide a revenue of
A_Now tmuni Up firm date for the sale to beginIs be re-training someone into speed of any car coming or the elector at any time when contact the chamber by $92,742 for the sewer depart.
T.ftO.OOO, by known yet. the vacancies. I feel this cost "The new unit is a spot going. The radar unit can be the books are open. calling 9645278. ment.In .
,..._.I. D.mil b.Mp.n..Cop. Trees will be sold each of re-training is probablymore check and it will be moved all moving or still with the To participate fully in any Co-chairmen of the parade setting new rates to be
evening from 6-9 p.m., than what it costs the over the town and on all of the vehicle being traced comingor county or municipal election are Elzie Sanders of Starke, charged for gas the minimumSee
-- Lawson says. government to pay a long time streets," stated Bowen. going. held after January 1, 1974, and Arthur Bruno, Hampton. ( Page )

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TELEGRAPH November 21,1973

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Mrs. Roberts Sr. OES Supper Set BCH AuxiliaryTo Stork ShowerFor Woman's Club Hears


Honored At For Nov. 24StarkeChapter224 Meet MondayThe Mrs. Prevatt Mental Health ProgramMembers

Family Reunion
of the Woman's vegetables.
Order of general meeting of the NR Mrs. Emory Prevatt was
Assisting Mrs. Canova
Mrs. Roberts, Sr. Club of Starke held their
George the Eastern Star, will have a Bradford County Hospital honored at a stork shower luncheon meeting during the afternoon were
was complimented Sunday covered dish Saturday will be held Mon- Nov. 13, in the
Auxiliary Tuesday night
with supper R, Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Kate Sheppard, co-
a birthday and party family night at 7 o'clock in the day, Nov. 26, at 7:30: p.m. in Ti First Christian Church Mrs. L. A. Canova chair- chairman, and other mem-
dinner and given by Masonic Hall. All Masons and the Methodist Fellowship fellowship hall given by the of the Education bers of the education
her Mr. Mrs.
children. man
their families are invited to Hall. Mary Martha Circle.A .
and Mr. a presented 'Mrs.! department.
Jr. department
George) : Roberts
New members will be pastel color theme was
Silcox the Dolores who spoke on
and Vernon at
Mrs. Boyce
honored during the social used in the decorations. The
home of the former.. the activities of the North
4\.t-\ @ hour. Mrs. R. J. Kite and Mrs.L. gift table was covered with
Those attending were Mr. : l A. Canova will be i white cutwork cloth and Central Florida Community Cheryl Phillips
and Mrs. Paul Booker, Jr. and Mental Health Center
hostesses.Mr. centered with
an arrangementof
Mr and Mrs. Bill Norris of Nancy Struth, Gainesville<< and blue stressing the need for local
Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Ed- !Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case of pink gladioli The refreshmenttable volunteer workers! and Shower HonoreeMiss
wina \Vhitnel of Indian Rocks Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. pompoms.covered with white financial assistance. The local
Beach Mr. and Mrs. Rod Tatum, Mr\ and Mrs. Monro center is located on Madison
Struth of Plait City, Mr. and Tatum, Mr.\ and Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Clarence E. cutwork cloth and centered Street Dr. William Lennon Cheryl Phillips, brideelect -
Mrs. Melvin Weaver of Tatum and Mrs. Pearl Bookerof Dauley of Bloomfield, N. J. I with a crystal punch bowl Ph.D., area director, who was was honored at a bridal
Boynton Beach Mrs Charles Deland and Mrs. Lou Struth will arrive Thursday for an encircled with fern and originally scheduled to speak, shower Monday night given by
extended l visit with their son- balanced with silver can- !Mrs. Leola Roberts at her
Tatum of Homestead. Miss and Nancy Struth of Starke was unable to be present due
Melanie Weaver and Ilissfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa and their families. in.law and daughter. Mr and Pictured at Junior Club Harvest dinner are from left): delabra. to illness. home\ on E. Adkins Street.
Mrs. Rex Brown.oaooaoaaoaaDODOoaooo. Games were played duringthe The 20 guests included
Mrs. Jim Lawson. co-chairman; Mrs. Charles Goodowns Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton
chairman; and Mrs. J. C. Dukes club president. party hours and prizes presided over the business members of the Ida Darby
=aaaDaaaaaaaaaaaaaaac : awarded. meeting.A Circle of the First Baptist
Junior Woman's Among the guests were Mrs. Thanksgiving theme was Church and a few close friends
A. M. Wood mother of the
carried out in the decorationsfor and relatives.
Let Slade Present You
Sawyer Serves Harvest Dinner honoree Mrs.Emory Prevatt, the meeting. Guests and Mrs. Roberts used
Sr.? Mrs. J. G. Adkins, members were seated at arrangements of yellow and

125 27 at the home of Mrs. Linda paternal grandmother, and individual tables and the orange pompoms in the party
Approximately guests Mrs. J, L. Wood, maternal
With A Nice were served at the Kay Johns. grandmother.The centerpiece for each table of was ornamental rooms.After several games with
an arrangement
Harvest Dinner
Thanksgiving hostesses presented the
prizes refreshments were
gourds and
given Saturday night by the honoree with a play pen as a served.
Woman's Club at the Shower For pyracantha. Pyracantha was
Junior memento of the occasion. Mrs. Roberts presented the
also used the entire length of
club house.
the speaker's table and honoree with a piece of her
The auditorium stage was BarnesBrideElect
Cathy chosen china pattern as a
decorated with two live centering it was a permanent
of fall fruits and memento of the occasion.
t turkeys in a cage, a farmer Birthday Party
asleep at the base of a

haystack against a Miss Cathy Barnes, bride- For David ElderLittle
background of cane,
and fall foliage.sugar elect of Randall Zipperer, was
corn Individual dining tables honored at a bridal shower David Elder iiiiinaLLLLJ3 (]
centered with small Thursday Nov. 15, at 7:30:
0! were celebrated his first birthday
given by Mrs. Harold
baskets of fruit and or- p.m. Saturday Nov.: 17, when his
Mrs. Bill Dodd, Mrs R.
namental The buffet Epps.
table was gourds.centered with mixed a O.Andrews Dansby at and the home Mrs. of Levon the Elder parents of, Mr.Kingsley and Mrs.Lake Dwight, gavea (! Q vI]+
cornucopia party for him at the Starke
fruit and vegetables. latter. Golf and Country Club.
Keith Reddish won the The hostesses presented The 16 youngsters enjoyed a THE LADY BUG
camellia to the
Marlm.22 automatic rifle with pink corsages cartoon film followed by
OiW'il" honoree. her mother Mrs.
scope. refreshments. The refresh-
Clyde Barnes, and Mrs. 275 W MAIN
The club will a
\ sponsor ment table was centered witha
f c -- Christmas Bazaar Saturday Charles Zipperer, mother of Winnie The Pooh cake and MRS. ANN FORTNER. OWNER
c; Dec. I. in front of Mitchell's the prospective groom. the Winnie The Pooh theme
Drug Store. Christmas The refreshment table was was carried out in the STORE HOURS: 9:305:30: :
covered with a white cutwork
decorations, gifts and baked decorations.Mrs. .
P- G" will be sold. cloth and centered with an
J'>> goods MON. THRU SAT.GGML .
: The executive board arrangement of white, yellow
will be held Nov. and lavender pompoms

,f meeting on crystal flanked holders.by pink tapers in Esma Yongue of fIJ( % 1lJ(!(! : ( W J0

Two games were played and Fairfield visited Mr and Mrs.J. .

G Cheryl PhillipsIs prizes gift awarded.The table.was centered nesday. G. to Caldwell Saturday.last Wed- CELL( (CLL1i\ GliEtHvVllli [ : ![( ;'tifL(

HonoredAt with a bride doll under an
arch, encircled with a garlandof Mrs Leola Roberts and .(flflL : \\L\L\ I.LI I.!' L-lit\: I.U! L LfLV L litiVLLBRING !
lavender flowers. Mrs Equilla Roberts are
Luncheon The hostesses presented the having Thanksgiving dinner [LL(f a.L: Lilt LLLt!:
honoree with a waffle iron as a with Mr. and Mrs. Perman
Miss Cheryl Phillips. Dec memento of the occasion. Roberts in Gainesville.

15 bride-elect of James .L I ',;
Crosby, Jr., was complimented
at a luncheon
The Best Price Offered Yet On New 1973 Thursday of last week given

by Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr.,
Mrs.[ J. R. Wainwright. and
Chef Gas
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the latter.
The two luncheon tables
=rill enjoy all of these features were covered with white
[ cutwork cloths and centered
with arrangements of fall

,)i:1 :' \ From rr.i flowers.seating Placecards arrangement markedthe for

the 18 guests, who included
I .I t Mrs.[ Betty Ann Phillips,
O O ,l'd1 .. 1d1 .. mother of the honoree Mrs.[
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mother of the honoree.
Up The hostesses presented the
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butter plates of her chosen THE ENTIRE FAMILY

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Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby I
Now visited Mrs. Marvin Andrews Thanksgiving Dinner
and relatives in Ozark Ala.
over the weekend. Mrs. An-
Offer Good Till November 21 drews' returned with them fora
weeks visit here and with I'ri S
relatives in Jacksonville.Dr. .
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Winters of Hattiesburg Miss.J. .
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Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Montuoro and daughter of Brown of) Redkey. Ind. are Roping Club Wishes You A
Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. B. spending this week with his Very Happy
J. Montuoro and children of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Has Cookout
Vera Beach are Thanksgiving and Mrs. George W. Brown.

'guests Baldwin.Mr. of. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mrs. Joalyce Williams and Roping'The Club Bradford held a cookout County umaJll1m GODOnLIMPALA: (!J :

and Mrs. Claude family of St. Petersburg, Mr. last Saturday night, with the
Crowson have as guests Mrs. and Mrs. John Spengler and club providing the chicken
W. W.Sellers of Burlington, N. son of Gainesville, and Flip and members bringing
C. and Mrs. Charles Parker of Graham of Miami are various covered dishes. Bill
Savannah, Ga. from Wed- Thanksgiving guests of their Blackburn and Red Conner
nesday to Monday, and Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill were chief cooks, and the
and Mrs. David F. Crowson of Graham. ladies. helped prepare the
Smyrna, Ga. and Mr. and
Mrs.W. E. Crowson of Winter Miss Stella Jane Costello is horse show followed with
Haven from Thursday to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carmel 55 riders participating. ,
Saturday. Passalaqua and son. Mark, in Roscoe Seay won the jackpot
Sarasota during the event, which was the Big M.
t ; He is from Lake
Brant Turner of Valdosta Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. Butler and
rides in the Jack
Benny class.
State College, Kay Turner of and Mrs. Keith
North Florida Junior Collegeand Gillingham and family of -1 11
Vicky Turner of St. Johns Perrine will spend the long
River Junior College are weekend with her parents,
home for the long weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Craftof
Fort Valley, Ga. were
Dan C. Griffis of Atlanta Mr.and Mrs. Jack McComb r weekend guests of Mr. and
spent the weekend with his attended the Air Stream rallyof a Mrs. Rex Brown.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald the Florida unit of the Wally
Griffis. Byam Caravan Club at St. x kw re Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen
Johns County fairgroundsnear and family were in Miami last
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter St. Augustine last week. .r- .. weekend where Dr. Whiffen
and son of Atlanta are attended the Optometric
spending the Thanksgiving The First Christian Church educational meeting. While
weekend with her parents, junior group enjoyed a train there the family visited Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon, ride Saturday from Waldo to Whiffen's brother-in-law and
Jr. Ocala. The train was met in sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ocala by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garavito.
Col. and Mrs. H. M. Hat Brown and Mrs.Mansel Ayer
cher, Jr. and Mr and Mrs. M. who drove the young people Jane) l Thompson Weds Mrs. H. L. Speer accompanied -
A. Baldwin attended the back to Starke. Enroute home her son-in-law and
district Rotary meeting in they had lunch at the home of Mr. KuechenmeisterMr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Jacksonville Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith in Boland and family of Athens,
Tuesday.Mrs. Ga., to Pahokee for the
Hampton. Attending were 16
juniors and 13 adult and Mrs. W. B. A.J. Eaves greeted the guestsat funeral of Mr. Boland's
.P. D. Fancher, Jr. is a sponsors. Thompson of Silver Springs, the door and presentedthem mother, Mrs. B. R. Boland,
patient in Baptist Hospital. Robert L. Brown, Jr. is former Starke residents, to the receiving line Sr., on Saturday. The funeral
home from the Navy Hospital announce the marriage of composed of the bride and service was held in West Palm
Gray Flynn of the following surgery. their daughter, Janelle, of groom their parents and Beach.
University of South Florida, Jacksonville, to Steven Oliver wedding party. Mrs. Donald
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fieldof Mrs. F. J. Shaw returnedlast Kuechenmeister, son of Mr. Thompson kept the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Holt C. Beall, 2 DR HIRDTOPSDR
Tampa are spending the Friday after a 16-day tour and Mrs. Wilbert Kuechen- book. Jr. and sons of Macon, Ga.
long weekend with Mr and to Southern Spain and meister of Jacksonville. The The bride's table was and Mrs. Beall's mother, Mrs.J. .
Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. Tangiers. wedding took place on Nov. 10 covered with a lace cloth and L. Gentry, will spend the
at 7 p.m. in the First United centered with an arrangementof Thanksgiving holidays with
,o.o.o.oyo+oNo oiQa + Methodist Church, Starke, blue and white pompoms, Mrs. Marie McMillan and
with Rev. George Harper carnations and babybreath.The Mrs. Marian Pennell in St.
performing the nuptials. tiered wedding cake was Petersburg.
Highlighting the altar were placed at one end of the table.
two standing baskets holding Mrs. W. D. Thompson and T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman 4 HfIRD TOPS
6 blue and white gladioli, Miss Kitty Hazen cut the cake. Rigdon and family of Seymour
; Thank You For carnations and pompoms The punch table was cen- Johnson AFB N.C. Will spend
Je against a background of spiral tered with a crystal punch the long weekend with her
candelabra and gold tree bowl encircled with fern and parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW.
Shopping Leila'sThis candelabra with burning pompoms. Assisting in ser Brown.
tapers and Eureka palms. ving were Mrs. Michael
Mrs. Henry Greene, Miller, Mrs. Jim Alley and Local admittances to
organist, and Mike Hanks, Mrs. Larry Taylor. Bradford County Hospital this
soloist, presented a programof Following a wedding trip to week include: Mrs. Rachel M. '
ApPFeciajoDayp nupital music. Nassau Bahamas the coupleis Hamilton Irving Mere, Sr.,
Mickey Buie attended as residing at 2501( Jammes Mrs. Mary Akridge, Pamela DR SEDANS
best man and ushers were Rd., Apt. 47, Jacksonville.The Thornton, Horace Sanders,
[ Mike Miller and Chris Erb. bride graduated from Karen Rowe,Jackie Hill, Mrs.
Groomsmen were Don Vanguard High School in Corene Broughton, Harvey
Thompson David Ocala in 1971, attended Perkins, Cary Nasworth Mrs.
Kuechenmeister, Larry Florida Junior College and Mildred Griffis Kris Bran-
Is Our Of -Taylor and Jim Alley. graduated from St. Luke's tley, Willie Brown, Mrs. AND
Way Mrs. Vickie Watson servedas Hospital School of Medical Bonnie Doughman, John
matron of honor, wearing a Technology and is now Rock, Mrs. Willie Mae Climer
Expressing It To You royal blue velvet long gown working at St. Luke's as a lab and John Smith, Starke; Tom
with long sleeves,a royal blue technician.The Hardy and Clarence Hagan,
and light blue headdress with groom graduated from Hampton; Monroe Taylor,
TODAY THROUGH matching bow. She carried a Ribault Senior High School in Brooker; Mrs. Thyra Smith
leather blue carnationsand 1970, is attending Florida Lake Butler; Frank Price and STATIONipf
leaf fern. Junior College, and is also a Mrs. Virginia Grizzell
Bridal attendants were Mrs. department manager for J. M. Keystone Heights; and Mrs.
SATURDAY David Tyson, Miss Lois Fields, Jacksonville.Mrs. Lavina Martin, Lawtey.

Kuechenmeister, Mrs. Carole .. ...,.., ... -- ...
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Kelly Richards.. They were
attired in long royal blue SERVICE NEWS
TAKE Myrtle Jones and Mr.
velvet with neck
gowns square
and Mrs. Alton Iligginbotham
and long chiffon sleeves have returned after ten daysin .
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trimmed with light blue and
North Carolina, Tennessee,
blue braid. each
royal They
and Virginia. WAC Private Deborah J.
carried three
blue-tipped Walker, daughter of the Rev.
carnations with blue ribbons. Mr.and Mrs. Charles
and Mrs. William II. Walker,
Allyson Thompson niece of and family of Atlanta spent 1400-B Old Lawtey Road,
the bride, was flower girl, and the weekend with her ,
parents Starke, completed an eight-
Off All Regular Donald Thompson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison. week basic health science
nephew of the bride, was ring They all attended the Georgia course at the academy of
bearer. Tech-Navy game in health sciences of the U. S.
Price Given in marriage by her Jacksonville Saturday night.W. Army, Ft. Sam Houston, RMERJCRS i
MerchandiseOPEN father, the bride wore a white Texas.

silk organza empire style .J.Dodd,Sr. has returnedto Students learn to perform
gown with standup lace collar, his home in West, Miss. routine patient care and
9 TO 5 MON. SAT. lace bodice, and heavy lace- after ten days visit with Mr. treatment duties in combat
fitted short sleeves with long and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. areas, hospital units,
9-12 WED. undersleeves of organza and dispensaries,clinics and other
wide lace cuffs. The floor Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray medical facilities. They also
USE YOUR LEILA'S CHARGE length skirt was enhanced Tilley of Hollywood are receive instruction in the
with a ruffled lace flounce. the
spending long weekend transportation of sick and CAR BUy.
She wore a golden marriagecross with her parents. Mr. and wounded by ground air and
BANK AMERICARDOR on a chain and floor Mrs. J. G. Jackson, and water means. .
length mantilla. She carried a relatives.
bouquet of springera blue
carnations and babybreath Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
MASTER CHARGE backed with illusion.A Thanksgiving guests of 'Earn '5000
reception was held in the Mr. and Mrs. Marion & UP ON WEEKENDS.

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ServiceAwurdWilliam Santa Fe In Starke
CITIZENS M years on the council while By
S. Haas District Herndon Is a newcomer to
orror" Conservationist of Starke, politics.Incumbent .
iviegrams. were sent to received a length of service Barbara Jordan,
ishinfiton, addressed tot award from the U. S, Robert E. Lee and Henderson Credit
,ont'rcssmen!: Don (Fuqua and Department of Agriculture'sSoil Hudson have qualified for the Course Hours Instructor
JSnii.' liibbons urging them to Conservation Service Group 5 council chair. Mrs. No. -Sec't1on Name Period Days
upport II K. 1104 Legislation (SCS) in Gainesville on Jordan is a veteran of seven 3 Staff
November 7, BR 100.62 The lad. Ina Changing 9 T
inr' per cent increase In years on the council and is the Environment
:Sin ,.IISl'curitybyJan.I,197 wife of Marshall Jordan. Lee W 3 Jockle
'i 11 l Bill attached to the Debt W. E.: Austin, SCS State has never held a Lawtey office BY 112.63 Intro To Cienet1C Fvolutlon$ and 9
c i ninfi Bill did not pass. A Conservationist, said Haas 0. F, t W but has run for mayor and fora H 3 Staff
u \ hill, II H lim: will award represented 30 years of council seat Hudson is a 101.64 Intro to Business 9
fiiovidt. \ 7 per cent Social I service as a government newcomer to Lawtey politics Ii 3 Wilson
M unt\ increase in March employee. I\notherveteran city official EH 100.64 The Eng. Lang. 9

i" I u nd a further PIT cent in stepping down since his office T 3 Steen
Ii ,\ Tlliibill has been passed Haas was presented the has been abolished is veteran F'.3 201.62 Principles of Economics 9

b the !House and will award during the SCS Anr.ual it1r.Irj Mayor Charlies Shuford now ,,9 T 3 Dykes
'uinbably" do so in the Senate, Awards Banquet in 89, who has served 21 years as HY 170.62 The Twentieth Century
bin .Sill it escape the Gainesville 'ilmIIwTI mayor of Lawtey. 9 H 3 Staff
l'r sclent" Veto?! This bill Is Lawtey, along with other 101.6. Elementary Algebra

i ill, h-up legislation. Letters municipalities in the county, r.U 9 VI 3 Staff
bhuuld l be sent immediately to has switched to a mayor- 110.63 Music Appreciation

void ongressmen urging The Lady Bug commissioner form of 3 Strickland
portend much in PS 112.6; Science 9
lion utmost support and not gaiety government due to the state's Physical
,n'IJI'" enough votes and this Holiday Season There and change in court system whereall 3 McFaddenSC
are "Lady Bug's" lady bugs and Mrs. Ann RR 2Jth Cent. 3
Nomination and election of 200.62 Maj Aei of the
'u: I 11 ome another possible Fortner has one of each. The first is her new dress shop by cases are tried before the
V."i" Officers of our Club for the he name Lady Bug and the second Is the one she is holding county judge. Prior to this all 9 11 I 3 Wedemeyer
230d. : the
Wi ..senior citizens are way year 1 1974 were Joe Kerrigan, that gave the shop it's name. The Lady Bug is located at 275 cases made in lawtey, for Iolrr1.l'' and Farony
Inland! in purchasing power Pres.; Mary Allen, V.P.; West !Main St. Lake Butler and opened November 16 with instance were tried before SII! 201.0. CHTJI. 9 M 3 Staff
Emma Morton Treas Della : Inter-trso:1al:;: ;
thi.tar As remarked by ; the town Thus the
store hours posted as 9:30: to 5:30( daily Monday thru Satur mayor.
SIPorter, economics Speed Sec.; Bill and Hazel day. change in the court structurehas
r.< gorwl.that I I food prices have Richardson, House Chair- removed the primary I
\ 'i ni' up :.20 per cent or more men; Pete and Lilly Johnson, reason for the existence of a
ann .u'i' likely to reach 30 to 40 Sick Comm.; Bernie and School Sold mayor as a separate office. Santa Fe Community
pi" i I'onl in the next three Lewis Smith, Receptionistsand NEWS ABOUTSERVICE The city council, henceforth College will be at Bradford W E ATNERTRON'HEAT !
onthNews reports on this Membership directors (From Page 1)) will elect one of its High School on November 28
-< iri,' .ire very confusing but It was unanimously voted five members as mayor and and 29 from 6 to 8 p.m to
uo ,realize the inflationary that $2 be sent to the Journalin The property was sold at the chairman of the council. register students for Santa Fe( AIR CONDITIONING
upsurge within our market honor of Pres. MaxFrledson's MENFirst appraised price as deter Councilmen Gene Pearson courses to be offered in Starkefor CENTRAL
ta' kei Milk is 45 cents a ( Birthday mined by Harold K. Davis, and Walter Smith are not up the winter term Jan. 3 to
quart. cheese$1.37 per Ib. and Celebration to be held in John A. Torode Buford for election this year March 22, 1974.
on ,nid! on Cows must have Miami, Sept.. Max will be 75. Mitchell, and Steeg and
developed) golden udders these We wish him many years of Lampe Appraisal Associates,
good health and leadership of Smokey itCHAPERON This is the first time that 1 1'll
CklV-' .. Inc.The students will be able to
Ihi Energy Crisis will hit the Congress of Senior board met again register for nine or more
the t'lderly and poor the Citizens of All Florida. A Tuesday night to reorganize in hours of courses at the Starke
I 'it, do-,1 t blow with a birthday card will be sent accordance with a new state Center. Offerings are being
fin: ,it .'ned 40 cents incrase on signed by all Club members.Joe law requiring school boards to THAT FIRE.; .. Ii given on Monday, Tuesday,
allon: i 1)1 t gas higher costs on and Elsie Stein are in meet on the third Tuesday Wednesday, and Thursday
healing oil. and huge taxes on Hill Haven ConvalescentHome after the first Monday in ..NEVER
utilities we are in for a rough 1000 S. W. 16th Ave., November to reorganize. LEr-IT GO+:,! :,
time- indeed The wealthy can Gainesville. Visiting hours are Outcome of this meeting was
absorb these costs easily. from 11 to 9 every day. They known our ALONE:r--;;. Counselors will be availableon
not at but
would enjoy a visit, card or ... November 2 .2'J to assist
II to read that : .
is ironic ourI board member Seeber ...;.;. :
from members from
I cmslators J drive to their note our Goodman applicants with registering or
was to
expected '
time to time. to the
offices, applying
: in Washington in succeed veteran chairman '
We Karl and Ada ,
limousines with only one Hoist. Karl is We Rodney Hall as head of the ,/ .... -:... l
improving. -
pa!-->engei and a chauffer who school board.Steps --- .
hope they will be able to come :::-.
i I' paid about $18,000( ) a year. ", For further information,
The could walk like Pres. to our Xmas party and regular '\ contact the Academic Affairs
(1/I irrv Truman did, or pool in meetings in 1974 ) //'I/4 .,\\\t I fir 4'r Office in Gainesville.
'nr e huge cars which would We would like to see a big 1j 9th period, 6:45: to 10 p.m
1,1 i ,i considerable amount of which turnout preparations at our next meeting will be at To Save jviitlillllG/I/ / ,!"/ A (M-Monday Tuesday W- One Unit! One Constant Temperature !
',iol, Wednesday, II-ThursdayIH )
made lor Xmas Prevent forest wild6r *l All Year
\\ '::1en it comes to handouts our party Long .
<( .
i the oil barons, steamship Dec. 18We .. ...... ewooooo0 ..
will meet Nov 27 at the
railroads and
:nptitues Pratt St Uec Center Come First Lieutenant Mickey R A Weithertron" Pump provides both hMt- FAMOUS of Bun IR/
.n. this is termed sub- and bring!,!: another senior Dansby son of Mr. and Mrs. is $2 for residential and $3 for WEDNESDAY ing and cooling. to keep your home comfortable DUAUTY FEATURES
it With the poor and the .very day of the year. This. space' Weather-
citizen with you. Rogers O.Dansby Starke, is commercial based on a usage saving C ..."pet'IMpniatticbm .
''j alled Welfarethe a member of the Community) rate of six therms or less. NIGHT FISH tron unit will maintain your desired comfort level. !*M ta CMQM ..
( season to be jolly USIng the automatic' thermostat, it' even changes
-Joe College of the Air Force that The new minimum waterratechargewasest1lblibht'd a |I
Kerrigan *
t)1> i:"ic (blacklouds, of uni.int' SPECIALCocktail from cooling to heating or heating to cooling _
received the
recently highest at
kilrt' -ill cntM
lives do automatically
in our daily award presented by the Air $3 per month for residential Brown'sRefrigeration
1 Force Association in the fieldof commercial, for useage of $175
,1 education. 5XX((() gallons or less.
Lt. Dansby is chief of ac- Preliminary figures indicate Lounge
A1I The Fried Flounder|
creditations at RandolphAFB a total income of$75,188for
Texas with the unique the water department.The You Can Eat
r college which earned the HojtS. total anticipated increase INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO. Air
V'andenberg Award. The for the remainder of HUSH PUPPY & PIRATE'S SLAW Conditioning
THC NATION SSCWING BASKET college was cited for its innovative the fiscal year following the
training and January 1 change will total 226 Walnut St. Starke; Fla.
educational methods which $81,535.A 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE. FLA. 378-2931

gained wide acceptance in the TF
civilian community.The rumor is like a check -
lieutenant, a 1965) never endorse it till you're r e e--e e S 0 e e e- e e e a e e -- -e e e e e e-- aI -,
DO fLkE KN IT5 graduate of Bradford High sureit'sgenuiue. w ,nHunry
School received B. S, end :MS Chicago Tribune, Nw
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sity of (Florida where he was
commissioned through the Air I I
carriag -
Force Reserve Officers
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DJc His wife Diane, is the -
daughter of Mr and Mrs.

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Gainesville Fla. Smith announce1 fhe birth of a
son, Colby Shi on Nov 12 in
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3 Union Mothers Ask Improvement For Kindergarten -Ills lll

Although late to.the meeting, James Cason offered a floors for the children to playon. Scholarship Fund. the renewal of a lease with by the FFA for their forestry
rebuttal to ladies' .
the com- Cason said that he
School Board Chairman Hay felt that -Unanimously approved Owens-Illinois for land used projects.
ments concerning the requestfor this matter
Crawford arrived in time to was one of dif
) more supervision by ad- ferent methodology in
hear the complaints of a
of three mothers of group kin- ditional staff being placed in teaching and that how the
the class. Cason told the class was conducted) would be
dergarten children as
women that there were some left to the
principal of the
called for
a four point Im-
80 children in the class with school. ,
provement program near the three teachers and that the 1.IArr
close of Nov. I3th's: .1 krr k
)! meeting. State Board of Education FromKOCHS
Mis. Shirley Johns, Mrs. called for a recommended Glen Howard Sanitarianwith DRUGS
Hilda Mallard, and Mrs. Pearl teacher pupil ratio of one the Public Health Mil! lLd
Dyer came before the Board teacher to each 25 students. Department, was asked by
with Mrs. Dyer acting as teachers and parents to attend
There 'are three teachers in W CALL 'ST. 964-6757
spokesman Mrs. Dyer told the kindergarten class with the meeting and Howard d ( 4 + ,lr J p a MrFl ,
the Board that the three one teacher's aide. asked that the Board appoint
represented many parents of someone for him to work withon AUTOMATIC
kindergarten children in Mrs. Mary Riherd, some of the sanitation
requesting more educationaltoys elementary school principal, problems he had encountered l 0" 4a Electric Blanket
for the class of some 86 told the women and the Board in visiting the school. The
youngsters, better and more that the mats on which the Board asked that Howard M 2 YRS "OVER
supervision, along with children took naps were work with Hihcrd and reporthis r THE COUNTER
cleaner classroom conditionsand cleaned by laundering them ata findings and recommendations '
more classroom equip- local washeteria once a to the Board at # GUARANTEE-
ment. month. As far as the class their next meeting in ASST. COLORS
Mrs. Dyer called for December.The .
more room being dirty, Mrs. MACHINE WASHABLE
tables and chairs to be put into Riherd said, "The class is
the class rooms telling the cleaned each day after class Board also acted on the X'c SINGLE OR DUALCONTROL
Board that the children are and often is cleaned during the following:
forced to lie on the floor and day too, but we cannot mop -Unanimously approved a DOUBLE BED
outside the class on the the floors as it would take the motion by Ray Powell with a '"" ;
sidewalk in order to have a wax finish off the tiles. second by Morris Dobbs that SLEEP IN WARM COMFORTALL
place to try and learn to write. the (Future Farmers of
"At the same time," Mrs. America be allowed to send + THRU THE WINTER
Dyer said, "we would like to Kinerd told the Board that out bids for cutting of timberon
see more educational toys in they had tables In the some acres of land under _
classrooms..When I visited classroom and had taken lease to them by Owens V Timex Watches
them out of the class after Illinois. .
the class I saw only some .
blocks, an old toy truck, a visiting the new modern -Listened to a report by : V V
wooden phone booth and items kindergarten facility locatedin Wayne Carroll, school board ,
like that for the'children to Glen St. Mary where they attorney, on group insuranceand -
play with." had no individual desks but a the current state of the POLAROID COLORPACKTYPE
few large tables and carpeted Esther 108 LAND FILM
"We would like to see more )King Memorial auea: ew '
toys and some new things that LIMIT 2
would hold the child's interest $388 NEW ASST
and allow them to enjoy
kindergarten."A Earlier Christmas Mailing AskedIn JUST IN FOR
lot of the mothers are
very upset about conditions in Civil Defense Director Jerry Thompson and secretary Shelly Smith look over the new $g XMAS
the class and we would like to Face Of Current Fuel Shortage Pagecom units recently put into use by local Volunteer fire departments. -
see it much cleaner," Dyer
told the Board. "Another thingis Postmaster Cliff Haien this instead of November 30. f
the mats that the childrenare week joined Postmaster Airmail parcels and letters New Alert System For FiremenVoluntary poly
taking their naps on are General E. T. Klassen in within the United States ; S F r1,nM
filthy, they aren't properly urging the residents of Starke (except Alaska and Hawaii) Fire Departments carried around anywhere by units, with chargers included ..
stored and are thrown over in and Bradford County to post should now be posted no later in Brooker, Hampton, Volunteer firemen so they can cost the Bradford County Civil ICs NI/If.M r $'2.S9
the corner. If you have a sick their domestic and foreign than December 15, rather Lawtey, Waldo and Kingsley be notified of fires from the Defense Unit $267 each.
child sleeping on the mat one Christmas mail one to two than December 21. To Alaska Lake should be more efficientnow base station that is at the
day and another child comes weeks earlier than the Post and Hawaii, mail by that they have a Motorola Bradford County Jail. The units can be used wlnMO -
along and sleeps on) it the next Service originally recommended December 13, rather than Pagecom system added to the The operation was in full anywhere within a 15 miles
day it is easy to see that it is so that the energy December 20. agencies.The swing starting last (Friday at radius of the Bradford County
just not reasonable." Mrs. shortage will not interfere "The seriousness of the fuel Pagecom system noon and 33 select members of Jail, according to Civil Only 59CMULTIPLE
Dyer told) the Board that some with on-time deliveries. shortage to the Postal Serviceis consists of miniature radio the departments will be Defense Director Jerry
180 children had been absent "The urgency of the fuel underlined," Postmaster transmitters that can be carrying the Pagecoms. The Thompson. CHEW
due to colds and sickness energy crisis compels us to llazen said, "by the fact that
during a single month."I request t a one-week ad- in addition to the fuel con- Histanal VITAMIN
would suggest you) try vancement of suggested dates sumed by commercial air Reapplication Prepared H1D50N
some soap and water on the we gave for domestic mail anda carriers, we require approximately Tablets PLUS YOU GET
floors and do something about two-week( advancement for 350-million 30 FREE IN
some of the restroom foreign mail," Postmaster gallons of fuel to travel 2.25 1005
For ESAA School Funds
equipment down there." Hazen said. billion miles delivering the 90- Only $195 EACH BOTTLE
Mrs. Dyer and the other) The new deadline for billion pieces of mail that flow
ladies present criticized the posting domestic first-class through the system each year. Bradford County School editing. Kitties, BMS instructor and
children's schedule during Christmas mail is December 8 Our requirement for the system officials are in the This year's draft was Doris Santa, BUS instructor, COMPARE TO GIrlst/ $SI.4
their day in school and asked rather than December 15, as month of December alone is process of reapplying for a prepared by Curriculum added other comments and
why the children should have previously announced. 43-million gallons." grant from Emergency School Coordinators, Randy impressions of the project. DRISTAN 1OO'SS4.O9 RIGHT I VALUE
physical education when they Domestic surface parcels, Postmaster Hazen said that Assistance Act (ESAA funds Newland, BHS, and Myrna Kilpatrick suggested that GUARD
first arrive at school and then except those for Alaska and "public cooperation on which were approved for the Lau Rahn, BMS. The projectwas the new application should
have academic classes laterin Hawaii, should be mailed by meeting these new, advance first time this year. initiated by Foster Shi include four regular teachers, FootGuan
the day when they are tired December 3, instead of mail early dates is needed to Final approval of a Smith before his retirementand two reading specialists and
and sleepy. December 10. To Alaska and help us complete air Christ narrative draft was made at a carried to conclusion by two aides rather than four
Superintendent of Schools Hawaii, mail by November 23 mas deliveries." public hearing Nov. 13 in the W. L. Kilpatrick, Deputy teachers and four aides as c' 99'
School Superintendent.An presently written. The advisory
school board meeting room. .
'-" '-" '-" -u-u_('_ '_ '_.-._-- Advisory Council chairman advisory council of 20 council accepted the to w..o + owu
of Bradford County residentsmet amendment to ask for two
Hev.George Harper pastor PREPARATION I !! SUPPOSITORIES .i
the First United Methodist with school officials reading teachers.In 99'SONAC '
%; A Pet Makes I Church, Starke, accepted the November 6 to begin review of other action the group
I } ",') II motion for final approval of all the application for ESAA amended the time period to 12 ONLY
__ _' amendments and minor funds. allow 18 weeks for high school
: ., ', >!: _., ; Wonderful iI j The project is designed to students while BMS students
I : jI Smokey Say: assist students in the Bradford will remain on the original
: Middle School and High week schedule. Twenty-four
I r I, I School who currently do not students will take part in the Denture Cleaning SystemSON

(LJE5Q! IIJJI I (! i iDONT IIBmmo@uooaJ@ Iaa I socially achieve on academically a par with their or program making a in total each of 120 time students period ACTION ,

ability The students are touched by the program this RECOMMENDED BY DENTIST
chosen by guidance personneland
: I i : & teachers because of skills year.With the approval of the $14.97
lacking communication. advisory council the narrative Only
Project Instructors John draft will be taken to state
Thomas, BUS, and Bill department of education
I ItB'4
( or( oa( Shields, BMS.with: students talked about and offices in Tallahassee. Final 9 PIECE Pampers
progress approval from the federal
activities that have been district office in Atlanta is not
completed thus far. Edna expected for several months. Wahl Home DAYTIME 3
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t' 'Pal Day'Set Fo. Annual Union HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy News


ServicenteriilstdFanriliesAt ThanksgivingService JoMfMM Fontaine I

/ Set CITY NEWS Mrs. Barbara Bruno and Mr
Francis Meng. Mrs. Meng was Br >Btliahctli CiveiM Walker
St. Augustine The annual union The Hampton City Council also present, however, she is a
Thanksgiving service met Nov. 13, the bids were member of the Senior SCIIOOL NEWS pastor's anniversary will Matthew, 26:39: Subject
sponsored by the Starke read on the mowing and the Citizens, although she doesn't begin at 8 p.m. with Elder D. "Never The Less Christian".
December 1 is the date set Ministerial Alliance will be I garbage pickup, mowing wentto get to attend very often. After All Schools in Bradford R. Williams pastor of the Monday night the Tiny Tots
for the 1973 version of Pal held at 7 p.m. Wednesday Mark Bruno and garbage business refreshments were County will close for the Church of God in Christ, and and Junior Ushers Board will
Day, a special day set aside in Nov. 21, In the First UnitedMethodist pickup to Gene's Garbage served. Mrs. Nannie Walters Thanksgiving holidays congregation in charge of rehearse. Tuesday night
the oldest city to say "thanks"to Church Pickup, both of those being the on brought delicious Wednesday. Students will be services.. Sunday services will Senior Choir will sponsor a
servicemen and their The Thanksgiving messagewill low bidders. Pick up for the pecan pie. Game prizes wentto out Wednesday, Thursday and begin with Sunday School at Rally Night with Mrs. Leola
families. be brought by Rev. John garbage will be on Wednesday Bill Maxwell, Gene Taylor, Friday. Wednesday will be a 9:45: Morning Worship 11. McCutchen in charge. Wed-
Flynn, of St. Mark's Episcopal beginning at 9:00: a.m. Limbs Ruth Dennison, Josephine planning day for teachers. At 3 p.m. everyone will be in nesday night the Senoir Choir
Sponsored the USO Church, assisted by Rev. Ben will be picked up but all leaves Fontaine and Sarah Taylor attendance at the FellowshipHour will participate in the
Council of St. Augustine by and Bryant, pastor of the First and garbage must be in bags The door prize went to Nannie CHURCH NEWS [ at Greater Allen Chapel Thanksgiving service at the
St. Johns Baptist Church of Starke. and tied Mr. Trinks made the Watterson. Buck Dennison is Church After the FellowshipHour First Methodist Church.
with County the entire in Choir members of all only bid on the sidewalk. home from the hospital, but Pleasant Grove United we will return to Bethelto Thursday night the annual
cooperation churches invited Progress is Methodist Church Rev Willie terminate the anniversary Thanksgiving program will be
community.. Pal featuresa are to meetat being made in was unable to attend the ,
day of fun in St.Day Augustine 6:15: prior to the service, to trying to get the drainage meeting. Hurry and get well Stitt pastor Sunday School, 10 activity for the day. held at 730.: The speaker will
founded in 1565 by the rehearse special music under ditch fixed so that yards will Buck we all miss you. a.m. on Nov. 25. The United All members are asked to be Rev. Holiday from
admission the direction of Don Hardy. Local Pastor not be flooded. Police report Methodist women of Pleasant please pay $5. We are asking Jacksonville. Friday night,
Spanish. Only was given by Marshal Phillipsand Mr. Bill Maxwell wrote a Grove will hold their regular all members to cooperate with Junior Choir will rehearse.
requirement is that ser The offering from this
Named Head Of he also asked the Councilto beautiful Eulogy to the late meeting at 3 o'clock. All ladies this activity. Saturday dinners will be sold
vicemen must be in uniformand service will be used for the
dependents must have ID Ministerial Alliance fund to get Radar for Hampton. Ralph Vaughan, who was are asked to please rememberthe Prayer Meeting and Bible from the kitchen. Sunday is
Council agreed and the president of the Senior donation or dues of $1. Class are terminated until Trustee Day. Morning service
cards, if husbands and fathersare aid transients. Alumni GroupRev.
equipment was ordered. Thisis Citizens at the time of his After the meeting there will after the holidays.. will begin with Sunday Schoolat
on tours. r'ascr.. to be on a three months trial death. It was read by Frances be a program. All membersand Greater Allen Chapel; AME 9:30.: Morning service at 11,
Ben P. Bryant, pastorof basis.Fire report, there was a Wadsworth, secretary of the friends are asked to Church, Rev. B."C.'Williami Evening service, 6 p.m
Free admission to the St And Ht said unto them, the First Baptist Church of good turn out for the regularfire Club, and was voted to be put please support the program. pastor. *' Friday night, Nov. 30, there
Augustine area attractions, Where U jour faith? (St Starke, has been elected as meeting, there is to be two into the minutes as a per- Friday night, Nov. 30, at 8 Rev. Williams began a new will be a Triple Choir an-
including Marineland of Luke R, 2V: ) president of the Florida meetings per month from now manent record. The highlightof p.m. the church is sponsoringa conference year Sunday with niversary. All choirs in the
'" Florida, a complimentarydinner Alumni of the New Orleans on and we will get the dates in the evening was the Dual Day Program and each Sunday School at 10 a.m. community are invited to
served from 2 to 6 p.m. When distressed by Baptist Theological a later issue. drawing for the turkey, given member is asked to pay $10. Morning services were inspirational attend
and free transportationaround doubles we feel unable to Seminary. The no parking signs and by the Hampton Ladies Reporter, Jurutha Desue. with the message
town and to and from Mr. 1968 street New Bethel taken from Psalms 148,
Bryant is a signs are ordered but Auxiliary of the VolunteerFire Baptist Church,
faced with tribu-
Marineland are the regular overcome, or OUI' graduate of the Southern are not ready as yet. They will Dept. The first name Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. subject "Thanksgiving" Paper Work s
features of Pal Day. lations that seem beyond Baptist Seminary of New be put up as soon as the City drawn was for the turkey and Friday night, Nov. 23, the Wednesday at 7:30 the Junior Made Easier
strength, we may well heed Orleans with the Th. M receives them. Next regular Mr. _. Choir will rehearse. Sunday
Green who
was ,
Harry is -------------
This year, however, addedto the question the Lord Jesus degree. He received his B. A. meeting will be December 11. Fire Chief of the Bradford services will begin with y
that will be a special air-sea asks us, as He asked it of His degree from William Carey County Volunteer Fire BRADFORD COUNTY Sunday School at 10 a.m.
rescue demonstration stagedby disciples Strong in our faith College, Hattiesburg, Miss in FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Department and then anotherwas SCHOOL MENU:'; Morning services at 11. The
the Coast Guard at noon, that God in cter wiping and 1965, and has pas to red drawn for a consolation NOV. 26 30 Gospel Choir will hold its Lr

December Guard 1. vessel In addition will be a ready to help, we shall alwaysbe churches in Mississippi and Mr. Tom Hardy had an prize,which was a basket with (Subject to change due to annual anniversary at
Coast sustained. Florida. apparent stroke Nov. 15, and canned goods, fruit and nuts. deliveries.) Macclenny Allen Chapel
docked at the city yacht pier The Bryants came to Starkein the rescue squad was called to This went to Mr. Don Fort. Church beginning at 2 p.m.
with visitors to the city, as July They have five take him to the hospital. He is MONDAY: Pizza, tossed The Fellowship Hour will be
well as residents invited tl") ) /' children and now reside at the now in the Bradford County Mrs. Frances Wadsworthhad salad, corn, peanut butter held at 3 p.m. All membersand
aboard for an open house. First 336 friends are invited to
Baptist pastonum Hospital. as guest this past cookie, milk.TUESDAY.
REFLECTINGWe North Walnut St, weekend, her son and family, attend. Services will terminate -
Plenty of free parking is BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wad- : Egg salad on for the day with the

available for Pal Day, with have so many questions, sworth and daughter Cherry, lettuce, green beans, fresh Fellowship Hour. When It's in "X
visitors invited to park at the and we have so few answers.To Mr. Fred Renick celebratedhis of Bunnell. They all attendedthe fruit, cake, biscuits, milk. Rev. Williams will hold an
Chamber of Commerce live we must ask questions, birthday on November 13, homecoming football organizational meeting on Print. .
I Visitors Information Center, a but we should also realize that by retiring. Paul Lott, game in Gainesville last WEDNESDAY: Sloppy joe- December 9 at 3 p.m. All .
lot within easy walking there are no complete an- November 18th. Saturday. bun, french fries, carrot stix, members are asked to pleasebe
distance of the Ketterhnus swers for so many of our Ted Curtis Sr., chairman of fruit cocktail, milk. present. Business forms,
I; Junior High School gym, questions. A continual t the City Council, November I I ()_ '_ Greater Bethel Freewill letterheads save
where the free lunch will be question is the problem of '1- : 18. THURSDAY: Wieners with Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper time head-
you ,
I served. suffering. Does God punish us -'.-.... baked beans,mustard greens, Williams pastor.
this ? Why does God r The regular meeting of the The world hasn't yet been peaches, brownie, cornbread, Last Sunday morning aches. We follow t
J in way
Senior Citizens inherited by the meek but it service Rev. Williams' sub-
Also at the Chamber lot, the allow it? Why me? Maybe the Cft.; Hampton was sure is being supported milk. your orders. z.
a c LslOpportunities held November 16. One new by a ject was "The Light is My
free be correct questions are, Why
transporation can (1r lotofthem.
obtained. Buses to Marinelandwill does man cause suffering? member came in, Dovie Mary H. waldrip FRIDAY: Fishwich, grits, Light and My Salvation"Psalms Bradford CountyTelegraph
operate from Sam. to 5 Why doesn't man do more to Durham. All were pleased to In Dawson County, Ga? Ad coleslaw, orange juice bars, 27:1: The evening
p.m. find cures for suffering? welcome her. Two visitors, v.rll..r and News mixed vegetables, milk. subject was taken from the St

Suffering like God is beyond
human understanding and it is .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. ... . .. .. . .. ., . .. .
for Service - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
foolish for us to expect
complete answers. God knows School
Sunday Sunday ,
the reason why, and Christ
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11
Four miles west of Starke on
showed us how to accept
o'clock, sermon: "The King isComing"
SR-100 Church phone, 964-
to use sufferi ng. Above all God Church Council
6490. Parsonage, 9646407. ;
I Sunday Bible School 10 cares Meeting, 5 o'clock; Youth
Morning Wor- Handbells, 5 o'clock; Church
a.m. Sunday
ship, 10:50; Sunday Evening -Fr. James Cregan Training, 6:15: ; Evening
Training, 6 p.m. Sunday _o_nCsr11'Of > o. Worship at 7:30: sermon "The

f Evening Worship, 7 p.m. :::::.::::::::: :: ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::: New Covenant!."New River 'TES'f
Wednesday Evening :: : Monday ;
Worship, 7 ::30. Choir \\j Thanks t Association "M" Night, 730: I TVRKOLOGY
First Baptist Church.
Rehearsal, 8:30.:
i Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. .::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;\ Tuesday Combined Boys C0ATURKEY ,
Sunday Evening Teen and Carol Choir, 3:30: ;
Singers practice, 5 p.m. TIIVNKOU:'; Crusader and Carol Bell
Teen School Prayer Practice; G. A.s, 4:15: ; Bible
Meeting 8 a.m. Tuesday, To My Friends of Bradford Study in Colossians, 7 o'clock.
across from high school on County: Wednesday Acteens, 5
.101 Bring your Bible. o'clock; Family Night Supper,
I wish to take this means of 6 o'clock; Bible Study 7
thanking my many friends for o'clock, Church Choir
('.Ill OP TIIVNKS: their prayers, flowers and Practice, immediately
cards. I cannot find words following Bible Study.
with which to to Thursday Music !Maker
express you
We wish to thank all of our
my appreciation for your and World Friends, 3:30: ;
relatives and friends for their
thoughfulness and kindness. Mission Friends and Pre- WIN FOR
kind expressions of sympathyand
beautiful floral tributes at I lam slowly improving and I School Music Activities, -1:05: ;
the funeral of our beloved wife hope that within a couple of Bible Study, 7 o'clock .
Edwards weeks, I will be out and going.I Friday Bible Study 7
and mother, Rosa E. -
Bereaved we remain. I lam a big believer in prayer o'c1ock..Ben Bryant, Pastor.
and I feel that because of your THANKSGIVINGHOW
and prayers I am still here.
Lloyd G. Edwards family.
.. Thanks from the bottom of
TU _
my heart. Madison Street
The little I know, I owe to Sincerely, TO WINEach
my ignorance sacha cuitry Charley E.Johns Baptist Church

space below represents some prominent business firm or persons of this
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Nursery Specials Sunday Sunday -School November, 9:45: 25 a.m.: ; area. Take the scrambled letters and arrange them to spell the firm's name correctly.

Morning Worship at 11 ; Winners will be notified on Monda Nov. 19th.
A '' Of The Week Church Training, 6:15: WMU y
Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening

'Azaleas $169 Service MondayYouth, 7:30. Choir 7 THREE TURKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY

p.m.; Young Married Bible
$299 Study, 7:30.: Any. reader of The Telegraph is eligible- enter this contest, and the first three
TuesdayBible Study, 10
a.m. persons submitting the correct or nearest correct answer before 12:00 Noon Sat.

S179 WednesdayPrayer Nov. 17th will be awarded
Ligtistrum Meeting (Business Meeting), turkeys for Thanksgiving.

Preteen Bible Study, 7:30 p m.

"RANtlMfiME" Adult ThursdayYouth Choir, 830.: Bible Employees of the Bradford Count). Telegraph Not Eligible

Study 8 p.m.
Denton Sumrall, Pastor
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Rye Grass Seed Starke Chrysler- Plymouth & Dodge Starke
Fla. Inc
5 LBS ObituariesRosa Furnishings Center ,

For Winter Lawns .
50 LB BAG *1850Ma.
And Pasture
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---c The Magic Needle
CowManure !Mrs. Rosa E. Edwards, 57, A&A Rental Service Woodburns Gem Jewelry
of Sampson Lake Drive,
Starke died Tuesday, Nov 12,
; Peat in Jacksonville. A native of
Jacksonville, she had lived
STERILIZED WEED FREE there most of her life, and wasa
ALL ORGANIC i BU. BAG 3 BU. member of the Marietta

Baptist Church.

40 LB $157 I ii Sge $251 Survivors include her Starke Builder Supplies, Inc. Stan's Bootery Crawford's Phillips 66 Service

BAG iiI I husband, Lloyd G Edwards;
two daughters, Mrs. Marie K. *
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Rogers, Jacksonville, and
Fertilizers 50 Ib. Bags Mrs. Sharon E. Gainar,
Miami\ ; three sons, Charles RKicklighter. .
Jacksonville; L.
4-7-5 $249 6-6-6 $269 G and Tommy Edwards, both Johnson's Farm Supply Sawyer-Slade Air Conditioning Weaver Produce Market
of Starke; two sisters Miss

4-8-8 $259 1O-10-1O( $269 Mary E.Sweat and Miss Alice
M. Sweat; two brothers Lloyd
--------------.-------------- M. Sweat and George W

lORIDA< GARDENCENTER Sweat,Jr.,all of Jacksonville;
and nine grandchildren
EST Funeral services were held Terwillegar Motors Carters Radio & Television Service Baldwin ChevroletOlds Inc.

ONTIOL 539 East Call Sc, Thursday Nov. 15 in

PH. 964-5745 Jacksonville, followed by
C& interment in Crosby Lake


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TEL>:OJtAI'lI !'.(.(.7

Hampton Awards Union Hearing. City Reports 2 Break-Ins I

Garbage Mowing BidsLow (From Page 1)) $179 worth of school supplieswere Sometime between 9:30: p.m.
Grosse received a stream of stolen from Southside Friday night and 8 a.m.
Elementary School on South Saturday morning, someone
bids were awarded received, was awarded to Bill Assessor questions from County Tax Colley Road, between Nov, 16- cut the screen on the back
Mark Bruno for mowing and Trinks to construct a 1 1-2 asked for the William Croft who roi 19, according to the report of door and forced the door opento
Gene's Garbage Service of block long sidewalk on SR-18 for representative'ssupport Officer Denton DeVoe of the Griffis' store) and nothingwas
Keystone Heights by the across from the city hall. troduced that a would bill to be In- Starke Police Department. taken, staled officer J. L.
Hampton City Council at its The council also agreed, at $10,000 homestead give a Stolen were one viewlex Howard on his file report.
meeting last Tuesday, Nov. the request of Marshall Fred retirees the exemptionto previewer, one cassette
13. Phillips, to rent a radar unit to' Croft received over age of 65. player, one listening center "Should u'. anticipate a
Garbage will be picked up detect speeders for a one affirmative an immediate from 6 model one Silvertone stereo _ho.tulof<< homer heating furlin
each Wednesday beginning at month trial period. Grosse when the reply i Ar record player and two red the coming U'interf"
l 9a.m. Limbs will be picked up representative playground balls.Sometime "It Is not a certainty but
but all leaves and garbage s e said, would definitely over the there is a distinct possibility
must be in bags and tied. support such a bill and could weekend, persons entered the Whether or not we have one
Garbage service will cost even support one perhaps at school through the back depends primarily on the
r the age of 62 years after some weather although it also depends
the City of Hampton $140 per I windows or doors. There were ;
study the
month,$8 per month under the n on subject. no signs of forceable entry. on other factors such aa
$148 per month paid to W. C. Most of the _property. was how many manufacturers
Barnes the Croft was not through with might be denied natural /gas
past Barnesbid _
year. taken from Room No. 2 of the
his and and, thus turn to distillate
$164 this questions presented
year, Dewey four rooms that were entered,
McClellan$145, and T. H. Lott, Grosse with copies of Bill 331 stated DeVoe. Principal healing oil. The most impor
Sr. $175, according to City and a letter from the state Dewey McKinney reportedthe tant factor, though Is: Will it
land office. Croft explainedthat be a warm weather winter or a
Clerk Shirley Forsyth. Sand truck lies onside In SK-KM ditch afternoon. crime.In .
) Monday cold
The city makes no in- A the letter was a request one? If it in a mild winter
dividual charge to residentsfor from a government depart another incident Griffis' then probably the shortageswill
garbage service. ment with some BO employeesthat Grocery Store on East be small Hut if it were a
Bruno's mowing bid was When removing grass stains, he in his small depart- Truck Swerves, Lands In Ditch Brownlee Road was broken severe winter then we could
accepted at $100 per mowing, don't let the grass grow under ment compile a data list of into late last Friday night. have some" very serious
at $15 per mowing increaseover your feet before removing each land sale made in the A 14-ton sand truck, owned No injuries occured. the tanker, had also come to a shortajri'H
the current contract. them. If safe for the fabric, county from Jan. 1, 1973 by Raulerson Construction Trooper Phillips In- stop. I
This year the only other sponge stain with alcohol. For through Jan. 1 I. 1974. company, swerved to miss vestigating officer for the As the tanker started up,
bidder was W. C Barnes at acetate, dilute alcohol If with the two other vehicles at the Florida Highway Patrol, Yoho pulled out to pass. rujJlJllc( (
$125. Forrest Trisler had the two parts of water. "I don't see why when in railroad crossing on SR-100 reported a compressed gas Nathaniel Curtis of Alachua,
mowing contract last year at stain remains, use a chlorine this bill it states that these two miles west of Keystone tanker had stopped for the driver of the Raulerson truck,
$85 per mowing.A bleach or hydrogen peroxide people are to provide such Heights and over turned in railroad crossing. A car, realized he would be unable to
$1,000 bid, only one e e e services that I should be madeto ditch Monday afternoon, Nov. driven by Gary Yoho of stop in time to prevent his 'i]m a3[ 3LODOGIL[!J
do their work for them," 19. Keystone Heights, followingA truck from ramming the rear

Croft said. of the car and swerved to miss
Grosse was unable to an- the two vehicles.
GAINESVILLE swer Croft's questions but None Hurt In 6 The truck hit the railroad
made notes, took copies and crossing signal and went into Baca!J(} aaaQo
told Croft, "I don't know the the ditch turning over and
Business answer right now but will CityAccidentsSix ending on its side.
DirectoryAUTO check and let you know Driver Nathaniel Curtis was
something in the future. I automobile accidents 1968 Chevrolet, driven by charged with "failure to have
cannot tell from reading this occurred in Starke during the Clifton Aubrey Polk, Starke, vehicle under control"
whether these people, according week of Nov. 13-19, without collided with the right rear of
SALES to the bill, are to be injuries, according to the a 1968 Ford, driven by Robert
working in the field or not, butI Starke Police Department.A Joseph Rhoden, Hampton, on CHRISTMAS TREE ac$ oaoo! \:]($an
CARS CARS CARS will find out." 1965 Ford Van, driven by Jackson Street, Nov. 17. The FACTS AND FANCIES
Patricia Redmond Tennant Ford sustained damages of
DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS Croft also wanted to know if Starke, collided with a parked $300 and the Chevrolet $200 Decorating evergreens dates
Grosse would support a 1970 Chevrolet station wagon according to Lt. Harold from pagan limes. The Romans HtTerwillegar
30 DAY WARRANTYON bill by RalphTurlington owned by Sandra Leaptrot Crews' report. Polk was decorated trees duringthe
MOST CARS that calls for a Hall, Starke, on Clark Street charged with careless driving.A Saturnalia, the midwinter
drop in the school tax millage Nov. 13. Damages to the right 1971 Commercial Carrier 'I "n \l 'I''ll'llI '
OWNED & OPERATEDBY from a maximum of 10 mills to front of the Chevrolet were Mack trailer-tractor driven 'IIW') 'llI
A STARKE MAN only 8 mills. Grosse told Croft $75, according to Lt. Harold by Charles Edward Paulk, I
not only would he support the Crews' report of the SPD. Jacksonville, collided with the
bill but indeed had already co- There were no charges or right rear of a 1965 Volvo,
Marchant Auto signed the instrument with injuries made.A driven by Jess Atherton
GAINESVILLE Turlington. 1972 White Truck, drivenby Marabel, Jacksonville, on SR- Motors
Grosse, who said that he Sidney Carter Barber, 200, Nov. 19. The Volvo
1636 SE. 3RD AVE. didn't mind general questions, Palatka, collided with the rearof sustained damages of $300
MAR HANT WILL talked about the energy crisis a 1973 Pontiac, driven by according to Officer GeorgeLomasocitch's l7 206 Madison
report. No festival marked by leo.Ungand 964-7200
and current fuel shortage r Curtis Elkin Green,
TREAT YOU RIGHT "I think that fuel taxes have Jacksonville, on Madison charges were made. revelry
been applied to a level that is Street, Nov. 14. Damages to
AUTO SALES SERVICE BRASINGTON just about all the public will the rear of the Pontiac were -
BlountPontiacCMS. CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE bear and while I really believe $500, according to Lt. Harold
SALES&SERVICE that there will be a move to Crews' report. Barber was
., Inc. Fine selection of Used Cars increase fuel tax I don't think charged with careless dirving.
at.olwT Ta ken On Cadillac Trades that it will pass, I know that it A 1972 Dodge, driving by
2fMl N.W.l3th Ph. :378-5301) won't be popular, as it would Carrole Sapp Garrett,
touch every motorist Jacksonville, collided with the
throughout the state." right front of a 1970
Authorized ELECTRICPontiac Volkswagen) ,driven by Wayne
Motor Repair: Co. Grosse suggested that as far Edwin Douglas, Starke, on 3H.( \ ( *
South, Nov. 15. Both vehicles
Sales-Paris-Service as the energy crisis itself was
v : Of Gainesville. sustained damages of $jOO, YOUDON'T
210 N. Main Gainesville.Fla. concerned he had hopes of a J
372-2583 KepairingHewindingNew breakthrough in the research according to Officer J. L. 1
and Used going on at the University of Howard's report. Mrs.
2816 N.W.6th Ph.372-8318 Florida solar Garrett was charged with
on power.
OFFICE SUPPLIESAND Grosse said that he hoped careless driving.A /D
GARDEN SUPPLIES there would come a day when 1967 Chevrolet, driven by HAVETOBE
the U. S. did not have to Essie Davis Holland Starke, V
BOOKKEEPINGSUPPLIES depend on fuel imports from collided with the left front of a
Johnson & Faris abroad, but that it would 1966 Buick driven by Antonia '
require the drilling of more oil Tavernaire. of Providence,
NOW AT Inc.BRADFORD wells and the development of Rhode Island, on Brownlee RICH TO
nuclear power. Grosse said Road, Nov. 17. The Chevrolet
COUNTY SEEDSPLANTSTELEGRAPH sustained damages of $100 and
that he felt "It is a big
I -PelSupplies mistake" for the U. S. to be the Buick $75, according to Lt.
FERTILIZERS exporting oil abroad while the Harold Crews' report Mrs.
9646305't' Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Holland was charged with
U. S. faces a severe fuel SAVE
STARKE 224 N. W. 8thPh.. 378-0476 shortage. improper backing.

MOVERS GLASSLong Pecan Prices On Rise

Distance Moving LIDDELLStoragePacking US

Class I Company .
CratingShippingFree Estimates! Call As Quality Improvesno

"Glass For Every Purpose"Store

FrontsMirrorsTub Improved quality brought "real good Curtis" were
Enclosures-Showers slightly higher prices on the offered.
Furniture Tops-Glass second pecan auction of the Seedlings ranged from 30 to

Van Service, Inc. replaced season last Thursday after a 33 cents, averaging 32, while YOU CAN OPEN A 5.250/0
NEW LOCATION disappointed opening sale the Stewarts ranged from 36 to a .
3310: N.E. Waldo ltd. G'ville
1228 So. Main Gainesville week.
previous of 50 with of
high an average
372-4271 372-8191-372-1102 Average price last Thur- 41 cents. PER ANNUM SAVINGS ACCOUNTAT /
sday was 32.5 cents for the Allen said that prices are
MUSIC BEAUTY ACADEMY 16,696 pounds offered, as depressed this season due to a
compared with 31.5 cents production increase of about. GUARANTY FEDERAL
average paid for the 25.000 50 per cent over the entire
BALDWIN POWELL'SBeauty pounds at the opening sale. pecan belt.Buyers .
Academy Market manager' Bob Allen attended the sale
PIANOS ft ORGANS said that over-all quality was from Lake City, High Springs, $100
Learn a Profession In Your improved, although "we still Daytona Beach, Callahan,
CHOICE OF Tilt'nTISTS Spare Tim*.Full or Part had a lot of light nuts, not Gainesville, Kenton N. C., FOR AS LITTLE AS
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Brooker Man Arrested "k, "'('I'l \ )l!:' (!

I Volunteer Army Changes I

In Theft Of 2 SaddlesA = .i.ir National Guard Recruitingby

Brooker man, J. T. Bass, them in the woods near the old w
has been charged with pool in Worthington, then './f p the Guard's recruiting activated upon completion of
receiving stolen property in taken them to Bass in Brookerand Sty 9 4 John Miller situation. 20( years guard duty and
connection with two saddles sold them. ... .''fIt!." .. T- Co.D.PI0 Officer: Time was when the Starke reaching the age of 60. Retired
valued at $225 stolen from Todd is in jail in Union and Blanding units had a full guardsmen have full benefitsof
Worthington Springs. County charged with grand ;:\ ; '. ; :;' :''l'' ... You can still sleep Guardis well strength company and a retired fulltime. ser
Deputy Glen Moore of the larceny and has been unableto .. "" ,ltli, ',. ".'I. it.7.: .J''''':.:'',",''" ..- because still on your the alert. waiting list. Things have not vicemen.
Bradford Sheriff's Depart- post his bail set at$1,350 by '\ .!;II Also, there are post ex
tti. i ''i'if.I: V changed much for these two
t is
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"Iff As
a the
ment declined to give detailsof Circuit Court Judge A. L. change privileges at
;,;) :! and better local units,both still remain at
the arrest of) Bass by Moore Driggers. :J :' better equipped but full strength, in these nearest military base on drill
this past Saturday in connection ) Bass is currently on) trained than ever before They must, weekends."I .
with the stolen saddles probation in connectiort with a ;: the elimination of the draft however respects.be concerned think it Is about the best
:i ';; has brought a major change in more make in
charge of breaking and en- }j, with recruiting new personnel money you can
"I just happened to be the tering in Bradford County because the pressure is off second job for the amount of
officer on duty at the time. sometime back.Theapparent. those who joined to avoid the hours) put in anywhere,"
The case involves another Waldo SetsElection draft. states Captain Jim Reddish,
deputy from another county ,. Recent pay Increases and commander) the Starke unit.
coming over here to make a serenity of the other benefits make the guard If interested in additional
case and I would really rather past is an oil spread by time. more attractive than ever details about the Guard,come
not go into it," Moore said Lloyd Frankanber In. before. In the old days, it was by the armory located on
when asked for details of) the vll.tlon to Poetry Five Prison Employees Finish TrainingThe one nightly drill a week for Edwards Road, Starke,
(Doubladay) For Dec. three weeks and then a double Captain Reddish says.
case.Moore 4A
disclosed that Bass pay Sunday drill, and summer
was booked into the Bradford Today there is one, two-
County Jail on charges of Obituaries..... Florida Division of The employees also dards for treatment, control and three day camp.Saturday and Sunday drilla
stolen and received nine semester and habilitation.The mayor
receiving property Corrections has announcedthat councilmen will be named in month with four days
his bail set at $501. K. Donald Calvert, credits from Lake City And the is
John RockJohn for their resident training the Waldo city election to be military pay. pay
The other deputy Moore Charles W. Community College
higher. For example, a new
held Tuesday, Dec. 4.
is the first of
spoke of was Union County Richard Dickson, Robert A. participation in the computer program phase a recruit with six months in the
Criminal Investigator Carl F. Rock, 75, of Starke, Dunlap, George E. Green, assisted training program, 320 correctional hour training program for A two-man race has guard receives over $44 for
Miles. When contacted Miles died Monday, Nov. 19, in the Donald. Meier, and Robert developed by the Division of employees. They developed for the office of one weekend's training.A .
will the second 160
said he had been working on Bradford County Hospital. A Jamie Padgett, who are Corrections, to upgrade hour complete of Technical mayor, with incumbent W. D. brand new program m
the case for the past two and native of Pennsylvania, he employed at Florida State capabilities and effectivenessof phase Nicholson, seeking his eighth aimed at the younger man is _
Training at )Florida State
one-half months. Miles said was a veteran of World Wars I Prison, have successfully existing personnel, and to term, being the new three and three
which is conducted one-year
that it was August when J. D. and II,a retired druggist, anda completed an intensive 160 train and qualify new needed Prison, instructions.Saul by challenged by R. E. Brooker, program. This program
Rimes of Worthington Springs Methodist. hour resident training manpower to achieve stan- a former councilman. allows a rookie to join the h. t
.\ reported the theft of two Surviving is his wife, Eva program in Correctional guard for three active years .. .rU'.
saddles from his barn near Prevatt Rock, and one son, Administration Correctional 3 Vehicles Collide Incumbent Group 1 councilman and three stand-by years. The
Worthington. Rimes said the Guy M. PadgettJr., both of Operations, and Human Carl Bc-ggs, is three active years consist of ciL.e
saddles were valued at over Starke. Relations, at the Correctional unopposed in his bid for attending drills and summer
Funeral services were heldat Training Institute at Raiford. On US-301 another two-year term. camp. The last three years a
the course of investigation 4 p.m. Wednesday in Jones Principal speaker at the Guardsman does not For all the blessingsof
by Miles it was Memorial Chapel with J. C. commencement exercisesheld For the Group 2 council necessarily have to attend the year
discovered that a Union Brown, minister of the First September 7 was T. P. Three vehicles were in- Lawrence Hodges of seat, being vacated by Arthur summer camp, and positivelydoes For a II the friendswe
County man, Alvin Earl Todd, Christian Church, officiating. Jones, Bureau Chief of volved in an accident on US- Jacksonville, driving a 1972 Wilson, the candidates are not attend drills.A hold so dear
had taken the saddles.. Miles Interment was in Prevatt Planning, Research and 301 north Saturday, Nov. 17, Lincoln crashed into the left Willie Laidler, a black program aimed at the For peace athome
said that Todd stated he had Cemetery Evaluation for the Division of about 7 p.m., one-half mile side of Griffis' truck, causing resident, and H. E. Me- prior service and guardsman both far and near.
taken the saddles and hidden Corrections. north of the Starke city limits about $1,500 damages to his Callister. is the try one program. These We thank thee Lord!
according to the accident vehicle. Groups councilman John H. men can join at their former
reports filed by Trooper E. D. Estimated damages to the Huguley, Sr. is seeking rank and pay for one year and At this Thanksgiving
Phillips of the Florida High- Cadillac and trailer were set another term and is opposedby there is no restriction on how season Is your heart
DOPSONS CHIROPRACTIC way Patrol., at $3,500 and to the Griffis J. R. Huckeba, a former long the man has been out of overflowing with gratitudefor
truck at $1,500. Waldo police chief. the service. God's blessings Joinus
No injuries were reported. Voting will take place at the Other incentives to join the In expressing that
Merle Inman Newsome of Guard is the retirement gratitude next Sunday
Griffis and Hodges were city hall between 7 a.m. and 7
CENTER Orange Park, towing a trailer both charged with failure to p.m. program. This program is morning at First Baptist
behind a 1973 Cadillac was have their vehicles under Church.:
traveling south on 301, and control.
had slowed the vehicle to Sunday School- '."m.
New Hours
Announcing Office make a right hand turn off of Morning Wo.hlp-II o'clock
the highway. Benjamin S. Zoltowski, of 301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6O7O Church Tr.lnln15, p.m.
Woodrow Griff, Jr., 18, Starke, apparently fell asleep OPEN 7:00: P.M. 10:00: P.M. Cvanlnf Worthtp-7JOp m.Monday. .
while driving his 1963 .Nov.26,7:30: p.m.
Starting Nov. 5 driving a 1973 Ford truck ran FRI. & SAT. ,,
Chevrolet about 4:30: a.m., N.w Rlvtr iociatlon"M"! Night
of the
Call into the rear ADM $1.25
Thank You being towed by the Cadillac. Sunday, November north 11, while MATINEES SAT., SUN.. 2-5 P.M. "The Church With a Heart.
traveling on US-301
The impact forced the front of In the Heart of Starke"
Mon Fri 964-8018 the trailer through the back about a mile south of Starke. ENTIRE FAMILY $2.50
Dr. His vehicle off the
R.E. DopsonX30000000000004 ran east
windshield and onto the top Bin P.Bryant
side of the and strucka
Daily the other vehicle. BEGINNERS pastor
The Griffis vehicle came to water culvert, causing $300 FOR GROUPS &< PARTIES William Otorga
to the culvert and
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Tornadoes Take Eastside 21-14
Page 10 TELF(;K\PH Novenlber21,197)Sirmones.F'ieldGoal:

To Gain Winning ((5-4-1), ) SeasonBradford

High gridders yard passing and '115' rushing runningback Scott Pendley, but the pass fell incompleteand and ran around blockers up to
finished their season last On the first play that the Hams got a first down and Eastside:: had a fourth the 30 yard line.
Thursday night with a 21-14 Eastside had the ball at the moved down to the BUS 17 down Crews got the ball on first
23-20 victory over astside's Ramsin first of the game running back ball line Then London got the Then London took the ball down and went three yards to
Edges Tigers Gainesville to give the Jeffery Durrant was caught on second down and went around right end and crossedthe the 33 yard line. Then on
Tornadoes a 5.4-1 record tor behind the lines by Stuart nine yards to the eight yard goal line for the first score second down Matt(Hull got the
the season. Strickland and thrown for a line. Pendley got the call of the game with 7:20: left in ball and got open around right
BUS stayed with the running one yard loss, back to the 46 twice, getting two yards each the first quarter. The extra end, moving 42 yards to the
game most of the night, yard line Then McCray) : kept time to move the ball to the point kick by Johnson was Eastside 25 yard line.
gaining over 270 yards on the the ball and went on a left four yard line facing a. third good and the Rams had a 7.0 After runs by Crews,
By Favored RaidersLAKE ground. Leading the Tornadoes sweep for 19 yards to the BUS down lead over their guest. Reddish, and Hull BUS had a
in that departmentwas 35 yard line with a first down. Then McCray tried passing Bruce Barnes received the
runningback Tim Crews On three plays, all by to fullback Clifford Johnson kickoff at the five yard line (See Page 11))

who totaled 121 yards on foot.
BUTLER A big Union secondary almost every drawing first blood in the first Tommy Reddish added
strong Santa Fe eleven rolledup play. period after an 87 yard drive. another 66 yards for the
305 yards of offense but the But it was Union County Every time that big Raider Tornadoes and Matt Hull ran
Union County Tigers hung in that ended the season with a line charged it blew the Tiger for 50 yards during the game.
to make the big play and highly respectable 8.2 record front back three or four yards. Both Reddish and Hull are .r&I -
showed a gutty defense when The Tigers won the game by But Lake Butler took a 7.6 lead juniors. Crews, a senior, Sr
making big plays when it into the dressing room at played his last game for BUS
they had to, and edged the counted, and by showing a halftime, getting the TD on n Quarterback Charlie Green LL
Raiders 23.20 last Friday, the tough goal line defense twicein pressure packed pass from didn't throw much, but he hit 1 ) r"
margin provided by a field the game quarterback Abraham Perryto most of his targets, throwingsix 4 f ,. ...
goal by running star Curtis tight end Jack McGill times and completing four
Sirmones. STATISTICS The lead was 14-6 after the passes for 46 yards. One passto _
Ticer Coach Jack Jones was first play of the second half (Hull gave BUS a touchdown :
first" carried off the field, LII SF when Perry hit Sirmones on along \
riding high on a sea of playersand First Downs 1 21 /: bomb, the play coming Eastside started the game .
fans, got a big hug from Vardanulhing lie 284 suddenly and covering 63 looking good after receivingthe
his wife, and then an even Vards.Passing 139 41' yards. Sirmones came out BIiS kickoff by Green.A 17
bigger hug from five elated Fumbles LOll'I 2 wearing number 15, instead of yard return by runnin back
Union High cheerleaders in a Penalties, SO 84 his familiar 24, and filtered James London put the Rams
delirious display of elation at Punts 3 21 2 IS through and behind the Raider at their 47 yard line. They 9&W&n

the final whistle. The un- secondary. drove with the running g.ime.
derdog Tigers had accomplished SCORE BY (JUAKTrUS-: Lake Butler scored a third down to the BUS 4 yarit ,line j''
a feat that seemed TD midway the third periodon and London took the ball over

impossible even to Union fans LB 0 7 14 3 23 a 42 yard run by Sirmonesand right end for the score with ) .. .. ,.
who watched Santa Fe run SF 6 0 t 6 20 another scoring pass to 7:20: left in the first period ..> 4
through the Tiger defense McGill for a 20.6 lead. It looked like BUS was goingto _
almost at t will all night. Santa Relentlessly, Sants Fe do the same thing after the
Fe runners, working behind a Santa Fe. 71.1 coming into fought back. The Raiders kickoff after driving down to f -
huge Raider line, were in the the game, was relentless, scored on a 67 yard drive, the three yard line with the K
Shelton Wade going over from running attack Then Tommy
the one, to close to 20-14 with Reddish fumbled the ball and
2:52: left in the third period. Ram Walter Booth recovered ./ '.--
Early in the fourth period, the fumble at the five yard ......
Santa Fe drove to the 6-inth line

line of Union County, only to Midway through the seconu;
be stopped by a gutty Tiger
quarter BUS started another
defense. But Tiger fullback drive that took them from the c_ .,,- 4 ..;. ...
Lorenzo Griffin fumbled the BUS 10 yard line to the Ram
ball back to the Raiders at the 13. Then Crews, with a hard .
two yard line, and Santa Fe run broke loose over the left ., i.. .... .

quickly had its third TD with tackle and went 13 yards for :;;"' ;.-, .., ;, ,;.
7:37 left in the game, Shelton the first BUS score with 2:44: .. .OS--' ._4r:;''': ....
Wade carrying for the TD. left in the first half. The kick _.... ." ...e.. ..:I..
The Raider PAT was by Green was good and BUS
blocked by Sirmones and the tied the game 7.7 before going Terry Hayes Tigers salvaged a 20-20 tie. into the locker rooms at
That set the stage for Sir halftime. First
mones 26-yard field goal, the Both teams scored in the TennisTeam
4 opportunity coming after third quarter neither using
+y Union County recovered a more than two plays to do it, PI eel
Raider fumble at the Santa Fe Bradford scored after a nn RUBBERSTAMPS mmnn REAr.T

25 yard line Santa Fe stoppedthe Coi nerback Larry Sherman
Tiger attack at the 10 yard recovered a Ram fumble at At Bradford Hi
line, then Sirmones booted the the 31: yard line of Eastside.
BUY SELL. TRADE we can help you.
field goal with 3:32: left in the On the first play Crews went
game. 14 yards up the middle to the Bradford High School will
v It took still another hard 19 yard line then Tommy have its first Tennis team this Would you like to buy a
E nosed goal line stand to Reddish broke loose up the year and practice will start home? Live on a farm? (.. -
for the November
the 26.
preserve win middle to go in for the score
Tigers as Santa Fe drove and BIIS took a 14-7 lead with Coaching the tennis team Made To Order Sell your business? Trade

relentlessly toward the Union 2:36: left in the third period. will be Physical Education your acerage? Live on a lake?
,. yk4 goal in the closing minutes. Then Eastside received the Instructor Melba Howard Bradford CountyTelegraph
:2 When the Raiders reached the BIIS kickoff at the 20 yard Eight players from each sex CALL TODAY!!
P fefF I ajar" 712 yard line with a first line Quarterback Lee !Me- will represent Bradford andas SUSAN EDWARDS (Office Manager)
i +" v --.r Coach Jack Jones sent of there about 11
down now are
*.. .. -i A ._ '- Cray hit split end Vernon 1 473-49031 I Hwy. 21- Keystone Hts.oMowoMoao.
his bestdefense into the game, James with a long bomb and each out for the sport.
including Sirmones and Perryin James went in for the TD, the After two weeks of practice ,. +
Multi-Duty man Curtiss Sirmones is pkturwl kicking the the secondary. play covering 80 yards. The Mrs Howard plans to have a '- '- -- -- '- - -
winning field goal that beat Santa Fe last Friday night in (St't' [I'jge 11)) kick by Scot Johnson was good tournament that will decide
Lake Hutlcr and the teams were tied the staying players. The
again, 1.1-14. season will open sometime in
BUS got the ball late in the March and the team will
third period and drove down to practice twice a week after
Cagers Go Into Full Sessions the Eastside four yard line. the Christmas Holidays.
Then Green went for a pass to Patricia Parker is the only
I Matt Hull, connected, and girl player that Mrs. Howardis 0RSERY
1 Hull went in for the score. The sure of She was ranked 25th
With Veteran Team On CourtBasketballers kick-after by Green was good in the state last year and the .. Co
and BIIS took the winning 21 freshman should help out the -
14 lead with 6:06: left in the Bradford team NUndscap
at Bradford are capable of beating themIt forward to the season and I Starke'
High had their first full day of is a matter of who. is think we should improve on game.During the game BUS lc Ave.
practice with everybody in prepared the most comments our won-loss record. The Teetr
Golf How Hii
racked up 16 first downs to attendance Monday since Sexton of the upcoming players are looking forward to Eastside eight. Eastside had 2111
football season ended last season all the "
going way,
Thursday 'The players are looking Sexton. an even offense getting( 117 Ton ii i is ClassesOflYriMl: The

Three seniors are on the .
team this year and all three
are probable starters for the IS; FJCGet Co.0J(3BU
Professional .
opening game December 4 in
Macclenny They are Curtiss a in shape and learn a
White, Abie Williams and new skill at the same time
Alvaughn Golden. r 1, a with beginning classes in golf,
( ( ( ( aaar( (] aaooo
We have a lot of players bowling and tennis offered at
back from last year and we FlondaJunior College at
are expecting a big year;: Jacksonville (FJC).
says Varsity Basketball 4 Classes will be held twice a
Coach Mike Sexton. week beginning January 9, [.LtLLU'I : LLLL LLLfLLLLLLLLLLLL
Also on the team are eiglu On Mondays and Wed
potent juniors and one nesdays, bowling classes will
sophomore. The juniors are meet at noon and golf classeswillmeetat1pm.and2pm ( :
Sheldon Hodge Johnny .
Hobbs Elva Hampton Donnie Three separate tennis classesare
Sewell, David McMillian: scheduled for 9 a.m., 10 ELLLLLLL L' LLLtrLLGIILLLJ : : :
James Aldridge. Reginald a m., and 11 a m. on Wed-
Green, and Bruce Barnes, nesdays and Fridays at Boone
Wayne Berry is the only l Park
sophomore on the team. Fee for each one-credit
"The biggest challenge that tI course is $8.50. An additional
we ha ve this yea is to preparefor r $8.50 is charged for bowlingand !( tLiLLLLLLLL[ : : : E rtrlrLL( {trCooper's
each opponent at a time golf to cover the costs of
and just hope for the best." using community commercial
Last year the Tornadoes facilities.
ended the season with a 16-12 Additional information can
record over all and won the be obtained from Mrs. Irene NurseryHas
district championship and Kehrt, instructor of physical I
went into the finals at regional I education at Cumberland
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I BHS 'Put It Together'"It : Against Eastside

feels good to '-" "
caught two
everything together. Both the the last key passes during touchdown pass. game of the year," according "Crews the
of the ran hardest he
l game, s "Matt Green threw six times
defense and the"offense playeda one Hull had his best to Coach Ilurse. has all year end I thought and game.completed four of them
good game, says Head
good improvement -
Bradford High Football Coach Tornadoes Take Eastside for 49 yards.
and it appears his xrIVw
David Hurse of the per leg is letting him do what he Starters on the offensive ,
formance of the Tornadoeslast (From Page 10)) could have been doing all line were weak tackle Donald r 1 1t

Thursday night in "... year, if it wasn't for his unfortunate Loper weak guard Early
Gainesville as BHS edged 21- nrei down at the three yard eight yards for a first down at break" comments Chandler center, Steve
but after three downs
Eastside.The line. was
14 by Then
Reddish fumbledand the 24 yard line. Hurse. Register strong guard,
forced to from their I
Tornadoes ended their Eastside recovered at the Then Reddish went the punt own Bruce Barnes played one of Donnie Sewall strong tackle ?
record at the 5-4-1 mark after five yard line.Eastside got the middle for five yards to up the 29 39 yard line. Eastside downed his best games of the year Gary Wallace and tight end M
the punt at t the 30 yard line andwasn't
of ball
coming a slump the and Sheldon
was having trouble yard line and BITS had blocking on the defensive ends
doing much better than
week before when Orange running but was especially,
doing just second down. Crews comments Hurse.
went to
Park beat a hapless BITS 20.6 enough to make first downs the right tackle hole and found first BUS down.but at least made one Quarterback Charlie Green Register also played thebest

at the Raider Homecoming. and yardage. After ten plays a host of Rams that didn't also had one of his better game of anyone else on
But after the first down
"Having Terry Hayes back Eastside ran out of downs and want him to far and nights and according to Hurse the defensive line according
go they
thrown twice for losses
for a whole game meant a lot was forced to punt from its were he almost to Coach Hurse,
played a perfect A chain
him for
to our football team and we own 40 yard line. stopped no gain. of one and five yards. of Lake Butler defense men stop this Santa Fe
Green then tried a pass to Hull Strickland was in on one of the runner for no yardage.
off tackle better than BIIS downed
ran we the punt at the
and it fell incomplete and BUS
tackles and Sheldon
haveafhyearconlmented"" ; 27 yard line. On first down,
was faced with a fourth downat
-Hurse. Hayes 6'4 senior tight Hull went to the left tackle caught MeCray in the backfield r Iend'

end, broke his hand during the hole but was stopped at the Green its own went 29 yard back line.to punt, It ended for the up five with yard Eastside loss. Sirmones Foot Wins Game (From Page 1111>
of the line of
third-game season scrimmage for no gain.
Then and a 15 yard penalty against having the ball at its own 35 The Tiger line held and
against St. Augustine. He was got it again on second Eastside called Raider right side as Sirmonesgot Jack McGill it form
down but was and BItS yard line with a fourth down Lake Butler took over at the caught them about a uniform
out for about four weeks this time fumbled to had first down at the only two yards on first his head he crossedthe
a 44 yard and forced to punt. one yard line and ran the last over as switch the official had noticed.
before coming back the last Rams at the 24 yard line. down from the 32. Then Perry
with two Raider
Then BUS got the ball and 1:04: off the clock. goal The official wanted to tell
few games to see limited Two straight 15 yard line.On the first down Green again were held to four downs went to the air and got the big defenders right at him. Sir. Santa Fe about the change as

action. penalties against Eastside put attempted to pass again this and a punt.Eastside Play-By-Play 'play again, completing a 24 mones kicked the point after a matter of courtesy but
Senior runningback Tim the ball back to the Ram 49 time to Terry Hayes but the got the ball at the Santa Fe dominated the yard pass to Sirmones at the and Lake Butler had a 7-6 Coach Jones managed to keep
Crews was the running yard line. Then after one run was too long. On the j Haider 61.2line. It gave Lake halftime edge. the secret.
and two pass play 24 yard I line Then Durrant ran first period with a ground change a
workhorse for BIIS as he incomplete passes the Eastside was charged with over right tackle for five eating 87 yard drive with Butler a first down with 51 Action first began on the On the first play from
racked up 127 yards on 20 BIIS Rams had a fourth down at the interference and the ball was yards to the 29 yard line. running back Shelton Wade seconds left in the half sideline in the second half as scrimmage after Lake Butler
carries for an average of 6.35 43 yard line. BHS moved down to the Eastside 41 Durrant ran the ball again but going the final 14 yards for the Fullback Griffin was game officials attempted to had received the second half
yards a carry. Tommy received the punt at the 10( yard line with a first down for this time the ball was knocked score with 56 seconds left in ]stopped for a yard loss by cet Coach Jack Jones to in kick off.
Reddish the yard line of Bradford.
was next best BHS. loose from Raider end Mark Magura.
hands and
runner with a total of 61 yardsin Crews ran up the middle for Reddish ran the ball off Tornado Larry Sherman the first period. The Raiders Then with 39 seconds left in _n .____
moved all
87 the
13 carries. six yards on first down and yards on ,the half Sirmones went back
right guard for three yards recovered the fumble
at the
Matt (Hull ran five times for moved the ball to the 16 yard then on the next play Tim Ram 33. ground with Shelton Wade and ,to pass, chased deep by tackle KEYSTONE MELROSE

53 yards. One of his runs was line. Then on second down on Crews broke loose over the On first down Crews got the Kenny Shepard chores.alternatingthe Bill Dennis Forrester and guard

for a gain of 42 yards. lie also the same play he mustered same hole for 14 yards and a ball and made a hole in the extra running point kick was wide Cain's to (Gary Curry. But he got a

first down at the Ram 32 yard middle for 14 yards down to the right and Santa Fe led 60.( desperate pass off.and tight Business Directory

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Under The Nation's SRK CtEMENT'FoR BUST'


o AIR FORCE 1c .
Watchful EyeThe

eyesnot only of Texas, but of Mr. Nixon has also made a concessionto 30,000

the rest of the Nation as wellwill be on the energy crisis by ordering thermostats : lqL ,

President Nixon, who will presumablyset lowered to 65-68 degrees at the 'TH'R PER HouR -

an example of austerity in the use of White House and the mountain retreatof NEc:. SS lit R. 'f VI"'V

gasoline and other energy fuels Camp David but this is not enough. ........ --
following his appeal to the rest of us to

do likewise. "A president who calls upon the '

American people to sacrifice for the /

Hardly had he made the appeal. good of the nation should show his own

however, than the President set off on willingness to sacrifice" says
an airborne junket around the country, Congressman Charles B Rangell. "The 1IT

"carrying his message to the people" in question is whether it is any longer PlI t4 I I
an attempt to restore at least a portionof responsible for the President to fly off to is p i
his credibility.Mr. Florida and California every time he hasa tT'S A PLRNt I

whim to do so. His fleet of jetliners U PER U ICK! -----. tr' i 4
Nixon almost needs a private helicopters limousines and yacht is LT t S 5 I

pipeline from the Middle East or Alaskato entirely too wasteful of our precious fuel our of .
provide the needs of the White House resources." GAS yIn

fleet of five Boeing 707 jetliners, sixteen

helicopters, eleven Lockheed Jetstars, a In addition to his other troubles the
and full of the picture above is W H. yam-type sweet potato, you'vegot
presidential yacht, a garage President now faces a major test of
(Bill Hall, who probably is a the
something good. With
limousines. credibility in guiding the nation in a life-long resident, and now a loose sandy type soil, Bill was
deadly serious domestic emergency, in semi retired farmer, of the able to dig most of them out in
A Boeing 707. of the type the which his own life style will be in the Theresa community.During bunches as seen in the picture.

President uses consumes 6,000 gallonsof spotlight and closely watched by friends as Many of the bunches had 25 to
my years county
jet fuel per hour and it takes five anda and enemies alike. Being human, they a agricultural agent I visited 30 potatoes. A high number of

half hours from Washington to San cannot help but wonder how far Mr. au with Bill in the Interest of a ideal number size that, and are of smaller.course a

Clemente.On Nixon will go in curtailing what Fortune variety of agricultural
magazine recently called "the imperial projects. I am glad that peopleIn I ca n tell you from first hand
that, and other com
the basis of these figures the lifestyle of the U. S. President" in this munities remember that I soft experience and they that make they a do perfect cook

Nixon jet would use 33,000 gallons on a time of nationwide crisis. like to see things growing and meal 1 with mustard greens and
one-way trip to San Clemente- 66,000 especially when they grow a corn bread.
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past procedure is followed, the press driving for pleasure, or even business, is Well, this is just another
not likely to put Americans in a mood fora Mrs Garfield Johns, example that we have the
each woulduse
plane accompanying flight another long time resident of variety of soil types to grow a
wasteful of
the same amount of fuel as would showy display ex- LETTERS TO this community, called me a wide variety of crops. The
the presidential "backup" plane. Even travagance on the part of anyonemuch few days ago after she visited greatest encouragement we
less their President who has called on the good garden of Bill's. Mrs. need
without resorting to the new math, wefigure to grow those crops is
this would total of them to make these sacrifices. The THE EDITOR. Johns said that she knew I knowing that labor will be
mean a tidy .
would like to see the sweet available.Bill .
President in office is usually blamed for
198,000 gallons of jet fuel required for potatoes that Bill was digging.She .
the President to soak up a little any adverse conditions in the country told Bill that she was
California sunshine while doing his whether or not he is actually at fault. going to call me because she Hall does not spend all
FROM: SENATOR ERV'IN may be asked: If this is true, smiled benevolently and who knew that I enjoyed having his time growing something to
homework. Matters that might seem trivial in do we want to allow it to possessed great political something like that to talk eat. Judging from his con-
Dear Concerned Citizen: continue? My answer is an power and great governmental about. versation, during these
Trips to Key Biscayne will be more normal times, take on an entirely dif- emphatic "No." power, undertook to Thanksgiving days, he is
ferent aspect politically when things nullify the laws of man and the pulling in the fish. I don't
"economical of course since Miami is go Thank you for your recent Without judging the degreeof Well the call paid off. I went
The nation will laws of God for the of remember where he but
wrong. not soon forget purpose out there the next goes,
hour and minutes from communication regarding this innocence morningand
only one forty guilt or of anyone
gaining what history will calla there like that if
is no
the $10,000,000 Bill had place
Mr. Nixon's Committee's finished
20,000 of fuelis spent on hearing on the involved the evidence thus just
Washington. Only gallons
homes Watergate affair. very temporary political digging the four rows, aboutan you are there when the
private at San Clemente and Key far presented before this
needed for a round trip which, advantage. weather and the moon are
acre long Said he
Biscaynehomes that he did not even Committee tends to show that was gladI .
multiplied by three, comes out to some There those who came up because the eleven right.
are whom fortune
need to use if he had like say men, upon hadFORESTRY Watergate and its related
some o'clock
60,000 gallons.As that this Committee should sun was about to get
Presidents, chosen to spend his not be conducting these activities occurred because a him. That ended his work for Our conversation prettysoon

a concession to economy, weekends in the White House or Camp hearings or that they are group and of faith men in lacked the democratic respectfor the morning because we sat ended when he asked me
David. politically motivated. This is down and talked about a if I like to fish. I told him I
presidential press secretary Ronald to ignore the fact that the institutions they were sworn variety of different things. didn't even have a license lie

Ziegler has announced that the speed of Americans will now be watching, with Committee was authorized bya institutions to uphold These, freedoms democratic and said "I didn't think you would
presidential aircraft and helicopters will more interest than ever before, those unanimous vote of the IN BRADFORD COUNTY our open society guaranteedby These potatoes are known to need one because you don't
be "reduced" as a token gesture to the fuel-burning weekend Senate, well after the election the Constitution, have Bill as white yams. That mayor need a license when you are
trips. A mere and well after the court had may not be the real name 65." I still will have to buy a
energy shortages. But there was no reduction in the rate of speed at which concluded its case resulting in made us the hope and envy of but when you talk about aHOME license for several years.

mention by Mr. Zeigler of curtailing any the planes are flown will not, we believe, the conviction of those BYJOHN are peoples our around most the world and

presidential visits to San Clemente, Key be sufficient evidence of good faith to charged in the Watergate heritage. precious
Biscayne, or Camp David. satisfy shivering Americans.This break-in.
The strength of this country
There are those who say lies in the people, and I trust
that political espionage some people, the slash that the ultimate outcome of <: YOUR EXTENSION
sabotage, manipulation of the pine tree is an overrated this investigation will
I Sen. Jackson Makes SenseLast electoral process, and sub- symbol of Florida's forest strengthen their faith in the f ECONOMICS HOME..rm:; ;
version of our democratic resource. Beside the splendorof integrity of their government.
institutions have always taken trees that glisten with colorin Itir.rLt! !,.
place. While I disagree with fall pine plantations are SincerelySam J. Ervin, BY KATHY

week, during the University of is typical of the Nixon ad- this viewpoint, the question indeed monotonous to some. United States Senate

Florida Homecoming events, we were ministration approach to all our However, if there were but The Starke and Lawtey Each member of this 4-H
privileged to hear Senator Henry M. problems: take care of the rich, and the November Rain one slash pine standing Danger Cited In Extension Homemakers Clubs Club also participates in a 4-H
Jackson discuss held a joint meeting Thur club. Presently the
the present energy take anywhere scientists, project
crisis that he has been warning the poor can care themselves. Almost Lacking chemists, and researchers Emotional Approach sday, Novo 8, to exchange Starke 4-H Club has three
would stand among members ideas for : Clothing. Miss
probably before it project groups
country about for the past three or four in awe. To AntiPollutionThe Christmas gift giving and Naomi Starling and Mrs.
years.In A brief shower broke the festive holiday foods. Harris, leaders
Under the $1 a gallon gasoline advocated Ruby ;
long dry spell Sunday in danger of dealing with
The fact that so much of the Crocheting, Mrs. Brenda
a forceful manner. Senator Jackson by Nixon administration Starke, but the county's three Florida forest is in slash pinein environmental protecton This has become an annual, Fertig. leader, and Poultry
left no doubt that Americans are in for stalwarts George P. Shultz Secretary of fire towers have measured an no way lessens the marvelof measures on an emotional event the Homemakers Clubs Mrs. Nick Harper, leader.
some austere living in the monthsor the Treasury and Herbert Stein, average of only .2 inch of ra in the tree itself, From rather than a practical basis and members look toward to It New members are welcome to
even the years to come. But he also chairman of the Council of Economic during an unusually dry! "essence of peppermint" to were pointed up by Gordon each year. Each homemaker join this club. We are also
November.The "essence of Sin' Mow ell. manager of DuPont'sTrail brought something she had seeking additional
emphasized that with the Advisers the wealthy could continue to per persons
proper conservation Ridge and
fume, it is a great syn- Highlands made as a gift or decorationidea interested in serving as
measures we could get along, buy all the gas they wanted, while lower 50-year average for this thesizer of magical sundries. mining operations, in a talk at and shared the information project leaders.
and even learn to live without being income workers could walk to work or month is 5 inches of rain. Thismonth's Perfumes, that is. the Starke Rotary Club on how to make it.

dependent on any foreign! nation for a hitch a ride with a more affluent friend. rainless drought follows 19 Wednesday, Nov. 13. Each also brought a favorite The 4-H members are interested -
portion of our oil supply. which also days in October, A good perfume will contain While recognizing the needof holiday food for the tasting in many projects. so
rainfall. saw below normal over 100 ingredients and less anti-pollution efforts to party which followed the if you have a skill in a particular .
And Senator Jackson made good Senator Jackson is to be commended than a dozen perfumery oils protect the environment, the meeting. The recipes are area and would be
when for advocating rationing- worse Thanks to the high are now produced by research speaker said that over- collected and a booklet will be interested in helping some
sense advocated gasoline comes chemists these often enthusiasm the of printed for members. girls to learn and
to ; on part young grow,
humidity, only one woods fire
rationing to meet the crisis rather than worseas the only fair means of has been reported by the however, the larger com- some extremists in the field of Everyone present enjoyed the and can spare a few hours a
some of the Nixon administration getting a share of fuel to( everyonenot Florida Forest Service ponents in a fine perfume. environmental protection event and gained many new month please call me. Beinga
leaders' opinion that the crisis should be just the rich. Rationing is distasteful, of Bradford County this month in Today's perfume may have as might seriously affect the ideas. 4-H leader can be a very

met by placing such a high tax on course, and is open to many abusesbut in spite of the lack of ram. much as 40 percent of its economy of the nation by rewarding experience.
it is far better than the Classified as a "careless"fire volume synthesized from unnecessary restrictions on This is just one of the ac
gasoline that Americans would alternative; Florida's forests. tivities of the Extension
Chemists industry. If industries are Organizational 4-H Clubs
automatically ration themselves because seeing our wealthy friends in their it was caused by logging hope some day soon to make it forced to close or curtail Homemakers Clubs. In with adult leaders and project
crew and burnedone
they couldn't afford to buy it. limousines by-passing the luckless hard- acre.WISH. better than 75 percent. production because of December each club will havea groups are currently being
hat trying to hitch-hike a ride to work. restrictive measures based on Christmas party and a formed in Lawtey. Hampton,
Perhaps one of the biggest emotion rather than reason, it program on !luaxi Uses for and Brooker. Adult leaders
e competitors of wood is plastic. will affect the lives of all !Mini Appliances. The clubs interested in helping in these
I'D SAID Americans, Howell said. will meet together in January communities are also needed.
<'- Tiianfs For The Books _u! In our everyday lives, for an all-day workshop on
THAT plastic is used in packaging Simple Auto Care and Repairfor We believe that 4-H is a
t-zr ; >-*,.Ji for light fittings storage and are resistant to change by Women. Other educational family affair and that we can
The response has been gratifying to The r I boxes c fruit bowls lamp chemicals.On programs are planned for the have a strong 4-H program in
for the Telegraph's recent \bases: children's toys and the negative side rest of the year. Bradford County only if the
request donation! of old books ,
and magazines to help fill f furniture. Many articles foundin plastics are made from other parents become involved in
the near-empty shelves at the new Lawtey Community i the home today are either products, namely, oil or coal Both dubs would welcomenew promoting and supporting 4-H
Correctional Center. partially or entirely made of while wood is made from members so if you are activities. We are pleased
"An egotist i is a poison [plastic. water, sunlight and minerals. interested in learning with the number of volunteer
The LCCC superintendent is whose I'a are too close together something new about adult leaders we have so far,
grateful for this cooperation on ."- Da Ie Hold ridge. What are plastics made! of? After a piece of plastic has homemaKing and sharing in and hope to have many more
the part of the public, and books and magazines will continue to The Langford (S. Dak) Ru- served its purpose and its i club activities you can call me as our 4.H program grows and
be received at The Telegraph office for delivery to the Center. gle. breakdown Most plastics products today from are the usefulness is at an end, the ((964-6554)\ ) for more In. expands.
plastic remains to blight and formation about how to join.
of coal
(destructive distillation clutter the landscape.

"A survey has disclosed !or percent oil. Oil of the provides source material over 75 After a piece of wood has TheI.H program in My Neighbors

I that the average American: j for plastics because it is served its purpose, and its I'Bradford! County is taking on a
_QRIQq favors only one kind of easier to transport and usefulness is at an end, the I'new look this year. Parents In
coQIiligr : U handout, the government's |process than coal. wood decays back into the soil 'each community in the countyare '-
p hand out of his )1ocket.- to provide the nutrients taking active roles as
N Cnvt : Albert F. Coombs. The Valley What are some of the ad- needed by new plants to 'adult 4-il leaders and clubs
MFMtEt p4 and disadvantanges reorganizing.In .
N y4rION Calif vantages survive. It is biodegradable.J are
( ,) Times. of using plastics?
OCs 0 Plastics were developed in the Starke area, the girls'
ton On the plus side, plastics are an effort to meet consumer 4-H clubs have formed an
,- BOB G. FERGUSON! I JOHN: M. MILLER Every society honors" its live light in weight, but very demand. Their usefulness Publishers conformists and its dead i strong. They can be producedby cannot be denied. But with the I Mary Alice Joiner serving as I'O at.t
Published each Th..raday'and. entered IS Second Class Matter ac the Post Office at Scarke, troublemakers.Mignon | relatively simple means realization that our environment I the: adult leader. Thursday, ,-- ai I
Fla. under Act of March 3. 1879. Mctaugniin, Tilt NturoticsNottbook is the Club
'and have a good appearanceand becoming lit- I Nov. 8, met to elect
in I .O..M.'rlli. a good feel. They have a tered and polluted comsumer Subscription rate trade 16
per year: months.
of color demand president of Starke Woman's
'wide range can hopefully I
Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00 six monthi. Starlce, Fla. don't Middle have age to have is fun when to you 'possibilities and can be easily channeled back into the use of enjoy have the members about the duties
'mass produced. They natural, biodegradable and her
yourselfFranklin P, lira excellent physical properties product: wood, r responsibilities of an officer. got

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Deadline for Insertion Clearing 7 miles South of Dining Room Kitchen, 11-2 Long Champ REDUCED RATES

Tuesday Noon preceding Starka on 301. 468-1420. 2tp bath CB construction in City. AUTO. FIRE BOAT FRIDAY NIGHT Gulf Service

Thursday before publication. 11/23 Home and 8:30: P.M.
Minimum Charge$2.00 FOR RENT 12' wide mobile 3 Bedroom Living Room DOYLE E, CONNER
homes outside city limits. J. 1 'Building MaterialsWE 390 N. USED
(Covers 15 Words) ------------ Dining Room Kitchen, INSURANCE AGENCYTF CHERRY ST.
Each word over 15 B White. Ph.9646114. If no bath CB construction in City BUILD CHG

10 cents answer call 964-6152. tfchg Large lot well\/ landscaped, high WANT TO DRINK. THA T'S PARTSFOR
---- and dry close toall conveniences OR OURS YOUR BUSINESS.
--- Used
-- -
All Classified Ads ,
must be in City. YOUR
I paid for In advance unless you refrigerators washers Dah- Sewing
have an established account BR house and tfchg 10 acres with pines, quiet ESTIMATES
with the Telegraph, in that apartments in Starke also neighborhood, just out of MachineSALES OURBUSINESS CARS
event 50 cents extra charge house in country. W. H. City. REMODELING REPAIRS TF

for billing. Not responsible for Nollman. tfchg ADDITIONS 24 HRWRECKER SERVICE

errors when given over the Three nice lots in country each AND SERVICE
phone or when copy is not ------------ r FOR SALE l lot has paved road frontage. BOUGHT-SOLD PFAFF ELNA Typewriters. Smith-Corona; HWY 301 N.WALDO

typed and brought to the of. FOR RENT Trailer (1)I( ) 3.56 acres TRADED electric and manual. Bradford TF
space on PHONE 468-1998
flee. NEW HOME County Telegraph. TF
Morgan Road. Call Leaton (2)( ) 2.89 acres ACREAGE FOR SALE

Mathews 964-7942. Up ((3)) 2.22 acres WHITE
FOR SALE Pecans, small or

---- large amounts Vernon HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF t
-------- $49. 0
Pny For Classified Reddish 9646530. 2tchg. Cay us, we have more up .""....For......Sale.........'.....

FOR LEASE-3 bedroom house, BRAND NEW 3 PC.
Ads In AdvanceIncreased
condition. Call 964-
costs have made 5065. Itchg. brick veneer, 2 baths living OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational FIAT BEDROOMSUITE
it necessary for this newspaper room kitchen and dining GEORGE HOBERTS ,
PumpsNew 7995
to clarify its present -- --------- area. Good location. REAL ESTATE i I SALES PARTSSERVICE ...........................
rules and adopt new for
ones Financing available. Call NEW AND USED
the publication of classified Buford Mitchell 9646853. 986 N. Temple Ave, StarkePh. And Used BOAT TRAILER
advertisements In its col' FOR RENT House furnished 2 tfchg .964-7826 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. USED IMPORT CARS NEW-TILT TYPE

umns. bedrooms quiet neighborhood Wayne Douglas, Associate SALES FLA.
All advertisements of this no pets. 7823279. Harfred Auto 13000
L. Ph.964 6593! PARTS ........
nature must be paid In advance 1tp LOTS Zoned for mobile homes 378-1355 TF .......
units an established and houses. Several sub- SERVICE Imports, Inc. "TABLE WEAR

monthly account. Is maintained ------------ divisions to choose from. Only DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS 509 UNIVERSITY
with this newspaper. $95 down. FOR EIGHTs

costs Mailing, have advanced and, bookkeeping, making FOR RENT Kingsley Lake 1551 suit your Monthly budget.paymentsto Ph. 468- Poultry Equip.Of Plumbing Supplies United FarmAgencyIne GAINESVILLETF372-437'] ....................1995........

It necessary to make this apartment furnished air or 964-8331. tfchg All Kinds. PC. HEAVY CAST
adjustment conditioned. Inquire at 119 N. EXPERT SERVICEON ALUMINUM "WATERLESS"COOKWARE
Walnut St. Starke. REG. REAL I
It Is
much preferred that
classified advertising be R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP ALL MAKES PAUL & IRENE Adult Mobile SET

placed in person, rather than ------------ TV Color picture ubes only $79 CO. ONLY 2995
by telephone so as to avoid plus labor Dahmers Discount. PHONE 964-7061 FAULKNERASSOCIATES Home ParkIN ..... .......................

errors. T f tfchg 317 E. BROWNLEE ST. Car Tires
DurranceTF 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE.
------------ Fan Belts


----- mobile home hurricane an- PHONE 964-6819 CALL US FOR BEST PRICES SHOPPING ............................
WANTED choring and mobile home roof CENTERTF
experienced in house wiring. FURNITUREFurniture JO-LU COURT
Good and Service. 964-5606. Rt. 100 W.
17 1/2 Acres, $4,975! pay company Starke Fla. U.S. 301 SOUTH
benefits. Call 376-5329, tfchg Martin TEMPLE AVE

$60 down $60 monthly,at 6 per Gainesville. 2tp 11/21 FOR SALE Registered AngusBull e At Discount PHONE 964-8810 964-7361
cent interest. Beautiful high e ar 9 ,free
------------ J. B. White. !I
mountain valley near hunting Phone 9646114. tfchg COMPLETE .. U.S. 9O WEST. LAKE CITY
fishing skiing. Owner finance. HOUSEHOLD PHONE 752-3723 ara..rar
STEED house work 2 days a \week. LICENSED 4' TO 40% SAVINGS TRAVEL TRAILERS Hipp

Ph. 9646945. 2tchg. ORDERS being taken for
911 West now MINI-HOMES
10th Amarillo Texas
79101 806-3768690. Holiday fruit cakes..Exclusive INSURED Baxley Chair Co. TRUCK CAMPERSAND
; 1t 11/22
---------- Farm MachinesNEW
-- recipe all first
! ingredients; Call 964-8718
I No hunting signs; for sale and after 5:30: and weekends for PO. BOX 605 FROM MO TF LINE OF PARTS AND Sc USED
rent signs. Bradford County information. 3tp 11/30 JACKSONVILLE 389-1741
' ------------ 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. LJ Anton's Gainesville Fla.
I TF MAKE THIS Christmas last a PEAVY Brothers I ,

I FOR SALE-1965 Plymouth FuryIII lifetime. Give your family 8/3O-13T-11/22 Mobile Homes I I TF
I A/C PIS, A/T good Electric Co. I
condition $500. Ph. 964-6560 A. WIDES
Jacksonville after 5 p.m or weekends. Payne. Ph. 964-6560 after 5 JIMMY MOORE'SSun ALTERNATORSSTARTERS- EXPANDO ROOMS a ADD .
--------- --
Itchg. p.m. 2tchg. 11/23 ON ROOMS

------------ MORE
FOR SALE-1973 Red Mustang. YOUR MONEY TF

SALES AND 9648292. 1tp FOR SALE 22 gauge single STARKE PH 964-579 AUTOTRUCK HWY BANK 17 NORTH FINANCING- No Experience Necessary i
SERVICE shot rifle used little cheap.
----------- Diesel
9646433. Itp COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft TEL. 284-5OO1 Steady ork, Fringe Benefits j

Parrish Motors STERN DRIVE SERVICE 4044 LENOX AV. JAX 264.7311 TF
FOR SALE 1964 Cadillac $200 AND REPAIR 337-2528 TF Apply At I
SALES Air conditioner. Ph.782-3059.
SERVICE VOLVO 2tp 11/23 FOR SALE One 2 1/2 yr. old REPAIR FIBERGLASS -- ---
National ProteinROAD
filly. Partially trained. Gentle. I Qu---l

921 LAURA ST. --------- -- I 964-8346 STARKE. FLORIDAES I Inc.


YAMAHA PIANOS Many brands of new vacuums ...... ,
CONN AND KIMBALL WANTED $3900 up. Used machines BILL'S PRKPEARCE (:E '139'I
Woman 38, wants
ORGANS from $10. Expert Repairs all I ,
job sitting for elderly. Will live makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor SIMPSON

in. Small salary. 4681666. all vacuums. Built in TOM CA'r 23
tfchg. central vacuum cleaning Sewing OperatorsExperienced

systems. 712 N. Main NEW & USED 'WI I RETAIL $139.95
--- ---
--- --
Gainesville 3767110. SALES SERVICE
'Preferred But We Will Train.

BILL'S PR ICE::::: '1199S
If You Are Seeking Regular Permanent
TV b/w $35.00; New 3 pieceBr. GAINESVILLE TF BUY NOW & SAVE

I MISCELLANEOUS suit $79.00; Tilt Boat HOME OF THE kGNETICSIGN: Employment.
"SWINGER"ORGAN Trailer $135.00; 15 Foot
... TF
Fiberglass Boat $225.00; Car I 72 HR. SERVICE c
L Cadillac Uniform Co.
Tires, even wide sizes at cost; Your e seem_--- --,
ROOSEVELT MALL 12 gauge 3" magnum pump
366-8519 A good buy give It a shot gun $125.00; Boys Real Estate J, .441 E. Brewnl.
---------------------- -- TF
2929 N W. 13TH GAINESVILLE, ]try. Blue Lustre America's Bicycle 3 weeks old $48.00; Broker Stark., Flo. | =)
favorite carpet shampoo.Dev- Waterless cookware was
rick Inc.. 301 E. Call St.. 979.99 Now $29.99; TIRED OFWORKING
964-6163. Tableware was $49.95 Now Buy Sell- Trade-

91995; 6 Renault tires on the
Correct Social wheels will sell cheap. Bush's Appraisals FOR OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

AnnouncementsSTARKE.'FLA STEAM CLEANING Engines of Gulf Bait and Tackle Shop TF 100 W. PH. 964.5606
all types automotive farm 263 North Temple Starke CALL BILL POWELL i 1

9648359.machinery.tfchg Boyd Service, Ph Fla. 964-7361. 2t OFFICE 964-6464 SOMEONE ELSE? THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME .;ji




leave guaranteed.at Jackson Call 964-7509 Building or I HOUSES FOR SALE -SSAVE $

Supply Starke or Keystone

r New> 3 BR brick house central
Printing In ----------- heat/air/ wall to wall carpets, BUICK GMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

F FHA or conventional financing. PHONE 964.5270 219 E. WASHINGTON ST
Good Form
BUYING pecans daily at State F Rarford 3 BR frame house in SAVE YOU A LOT" TFREEN
Farmers Market. J. R. good condition 14000. COVE SPRINGS"* Congoleum Shinyl I Vinyl"THE

Quality print. Wamwright. tfchg. NO WAX FLOOR"COMPLETELY *M

ing at reason -------- Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea Looking For A Change? INSTALLED COMPARE AT*6.5O ,59
able prices. Invitations and Starke area. O.C. Carnes PER SQ. YD

social WANTED horse saddles what A.J.Thomas-Realtor Nursery Sunoco Offers Beautifully SculpturedHI

notes.BRADFORD. have you got? Dahmers 964-6162 TF -

\WANTED or more men to with central AI H system. Art. |x"ZALEAS.ROSES MOST IN FOR INFORMATION CALL: Shag

Job Printing form a car pool between car port. Nice area near all/ CANS PLANT ANYTIME THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
135 E. CALL Starke and North Main Streetin conveniences shopping. LANDSCAPING 23 MI. MIKE CAPEZZERA (904)) 353-O941
Gainesville. 9648023. Itp Priced in the upper taens. STARKE. HWY 100
((904)) 378-O1O8
Nice landscaping. Call owner FLORAHOME 6S9-216S! TF 5115
------------ 9647246. tip

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Page" TELEGRAPH November 21, 1973:

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111111(1.11 ACTIVITIESChurch / Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson. baby girl, born Nov. 18th in are Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith,
OF INTENTIONTO hereby given that the un- Mr. and Mrs. David Scott Baptist Hospital, Jackson- and paternal grandparentsare I

REGISTER dersigned, Russell S. Crews, P. of God Sunday TERRY are the proud parents of a ville. Maternal Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier.

FICTITIOUS NAME O. Box) 303, Waldo, Florida School, 10 a.m. Worship BY ELIZABETH

32694 doing business under the Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Jacksonville, was a Monday Mr. and Mrs. Coleman

Pursuant to Section 865.09 firm name of "Crews LonghornRestaurant" Prayer Meeting Wednesday, overnight guest of her sister Phillips and family, Mr. and
U. S. 301 South
Florida Statutes, notice is 7:30.: Mrs. Hester licks Mrs. Carlos Rodrigues, Mr.
hereby given that the un Starke, Bradford County, Faith Baptist Church Mrs. Morris Kelley and and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and
dersigned Don E. Champion and Florida 32091. Intends under to register the Radio Program over WPXE Mrs. O. Nicula, visited Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill AVhat we learned: from i the

Lorraine L. Champion, Rt. 1 Box said fictitious name Starke 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible George Kelly in St. Vincent's Gaskins and family, Mr. and
348, Keystone Heights, Florida provisions of aforesaid statue. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Hospital, Jacksonville, on Mrs. Othma Norman and
doing business under the firm Dated at Starke, Florida this vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( p,m. Wednesday. family, Truman Norman, experts on caring for your
of November, A. D.
name of "Hartmann Apartments 1st day School on Bible Doctrine, Friends of Wade Gaskins Mrs. Beulah Norman, Mrs.
," 830 N. Temple Ave. 1973. Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's regret to learn that he is a Ramona Johns, Mr. and Mrs.

Starke, Bradford County, home. Prayer meeting patient in North Florida Wade Gaskins, and Mrs. ,
Florida 32091. Intends to register Russell S, Crews, Owner Wednesday 7:30: ( Bible Study. Regional Hospital Mandy Crosby, of Lawtey;
said fictitious name under the 11/8 4tp 11/29 Grade United Methodist Gainesville. Mrs. Floy Bennett, of Mac-

provisions of aforesaid statutes I Church Sunday School 9:45: clenny, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon(
;Don E. Champion and LorraineL a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. Charles Carter and Phillips and Rev. and Mrs. ',' :.
Champion, sole owners. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and 7 p.m. MYF Wednesday 7 Mrs. Lois Carter visited their George Chism, of Moniac,

Dated this 12th day of REGISTER p.m. followed by choir aunt, Miss Debbie Phillips, at Ga., Rev. Taggart, of Mid- F a
November, A. D. 1973 at Starke, FICTITIOUS NAME practice at 7:30. Macclenny on Thursday. dleburg, Jim IIIIliard and # > *$ '" -# d 4 3a
Fla. 11/154tp 126.I / The church served a Friends of Claude Billiard three sisters from Valrlco,
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Thanksgiving Supper on, regret to learn that he is a Mrs. Carrie Bell Mosley, Mr.
Florida Statutes, notice is Saturday night at the church. patient in Veterans Hospital, and Mrs. Johnny Aguair, Mr. Li
I will not be responsible for hereby given that the undersigned There were approximately 90 Gainesville. Mr.\ and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Lester Sponholtz, of
anything my wife Velma Mc- J. R. Crosby, Rt. 1, persons present. After the B. Gaskins and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. Miss Elizabeth : ; '"
Cutchen does. Lawtey, Bradford County, supper, Phillip W. McNeish, Jack Dyal of Macclenny, Phillips, Miss Hazel Phillips, .i: a" il t We got the facts from

-Sam McCutchen, Jr. Florida 32058 doing business Baptist Missionary\ of visited him on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Thornton, of home economics teachers, who

4tp 12/6 under the firm name of "Nash Prisoners Evangelic Crusade, and Mrs. Waldo Gainesville, gathered at the help students cook hundreds off' i

ville South" Rt. 1, Lawtey, of Starke, brought a short Pringle, of Worthington Community Center in Lake 7 dishes a week.
Bradford County, Florida, Intends message, then showed films of Springs, were guests of Mr. Butler on Sunday to help Miss have their
I will not be responsible for to register said fictitious their work in the County Jail, and Mrs. Les McClellan on Debbie Phillips celebrate her They to keep
any debts made by anyone other name under the provisions of Lawtey Correctional Center, Monday. 78th birthday anniversary.She l equipment going. So they understand -

than myself. aforesaid statue. and the Prison at Lake Butler. Chief and Mrs. Vernard received many gifts and ; JJ proper care of electric

Dated at Starke, Florida this Another film was shown on Hughes and family, of Green $108 in cash. Dinner was \ ranges and ovens
-Leslie F. Glisson 2nd day of November A. D. Salvation. Cove Springs, were Sunday served at noon and enjoyed by 't\ We found out from them

2tp 11/21 '1973.J. Highland Baptist Church evening guests of their all present. 'how you can get more life out
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Raymond .:
R. Crosby, Sole Owner Worship Services at 11, Choir and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and Durban and son, of Mac- of your own electric range andy
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 11/8 4tp 1129IN oven. And save on replacement
Practice, 6:30: p.m. Evening family. clenny, spent the week with >oro !
Service 7:30.: Prayer meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 >b"i and repairs.
COUNTY FLORIDA. CASE Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.I'EIISONAL.4. visited their sister-in-law, Marvin Rosier. They workedon 1' Here's some of what we
Mrs. Jason Hilliard, in St.Vincent's their new home while learned.
= Hospital there.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Jacksonville Wednesdaynight. 1 = I. Keep the range drip pant clean and e
Mrs. C. D, Sellers, of ,
IN RE: The of J. B.
free of grease. Remove them and t
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Johnsonand Auburndale, spent the
MAE BLUE JONES, Wife. NO. family, of Lake Worth, Friends of Mrs. Myra weekend with her sister, Mrs. 1 wash with soap and water. Grease
wore Monday guests of Mrs. Rafuse regret to learn that she Pierce Crews. Another sister, A may drip on the electric wires near the
IN RE: The Marriage of ALENEC. Bryant Reddish. is a patient in North Florida Mrs. Onie Thornton, who was drip pans, causing them to short out ',
STARLING, Petitioner and
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Regional Hospital here returned home with Mrs. < and bum up.
LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR., Miss\ Arthurine Blanchard Gainesville.Mr. Sellers. _.-1 tilling ,'ourJrippalls with aluminum '
:J. B. JONES Respondent visited Miss Enza Blanchardin and Mrs. W. A. Mobley, Mrs. Edith Swinney was a ct 4T _"""? foil could be dangerous/ Foil can come
116 Castor Street Macclenny last Wednesday of Tampa, were last Sunday Sunday overnite guest of her ";;- :* in contact with electrical wires and
Rochester, New York afternoon.Mr. overnight guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. v :; 1| give you a shock. i b J

To and Mrs. J. F brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Claud North and '1| 3. Nel'erI.re/ aluminum foil on/ the
: and Mrs.\ Jack Kuhne and ,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an LOUIE LEE STARLING, SR. Robertson attended the family, of Jacksonville. >f bottom of the oven. You could block
funeral of their nephew, family. Mrs. Bettie Knight and 'If '-
action for divorce has been filed Address Unknown circulation of air causing the oven to
Daniel B. McCullers, Jr., at Mrs. Albert Bennett and children and Mrs. Dixon
against you and you are requiredto build up too much heat and ruin the
Vero Beach on Wednesday. Mrs. Freddie Peterson, of and children, of Jacksonville, "
serve a copy of your written YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED heating clement.
Wednesday Seville, spent Thursday with at the home of their ,
They were
defenses, if any, to it on Paul D.
that action for dissolution of
1: an Protect doors .
their sisters Mrs. Carl oven from breal..ing.Don't
of their Uncle and
Newell, Plaintiff's attorney, overnight guests Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. *
whose address is P. 0. Box 654, r marriage has been filed against brother-in-law and sister, Mr.\ Norman, and family,and Mrs. Luther Hilliard on Sunday rest heavy pans on them. Raihcr.
,you and you are required to Darlene Norman and rest pans on the oven rack, pulled out
Keystone Heights, Florida, and Mrs. D. B. McCullers, Sr. family afternoon to visit with their 9
serve a copy of your written Mr. and Mrs. halfway and safely locked into position.
visited Emory Eunice
32656, on or before December ; While there they also brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
defenses, if to it
19, 1973, and file the original I RICHARD E. WELTY any Attorney on another sister, Mrs. Nellie and family, (of Jasper, Tenn., and Mrs. Emory Eunice and 5. Wipe up oven spills immediately/
Johnson. spent the weekend with their family. Keeping oven clean helps
with the court either before your prevent
f for Petitioner, whose address is
service on plaintiff's attorney or Mr. and Mrs\ Terry }Futch parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. smoking and fires.
1 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box _
and family, of Jacksonville Eunice, relatives and friends. and Mrs. Ethan of New
immediately thereafter; (!995 Starke, Florida, 32091, and Sapp 6. Keep oven' cleaner off the gasket
otherwise, a default will be ;File' the original with the Clerk of Beach, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, River, attended the 50th door seal and the aluminum trim It
entered for the their aunt, Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Mr. Wedding Anniversary party
against you relief 1 the: above-styled Court on or FLORIDA POWEfl 1 LIGHT COMPANYPeople. deteriorates the gasket, wasting heat
demanded in the Complaint or I before December 10, 1973, Terry, on Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and for Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. and electricity. And removes the anodized
Petition. otherwise be Ernest Wells' and Miss family, Mrs. Hester Hicks, Welch in Lake Butler. .serving people. finish of the aluminum trim.
c a judgment may
WITNESS my hand and seal for relief Arthurine Blanchard were and her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach, of
entered the
( against you dinner of !Mrs Wm. J. Wolfe and Billy, of Cape Jacksonville
of this Court on the 8th day of c demanded: in the Petition. spent Sunday
October 1973. WITNESS hand and the llarrell, in Jacksonville, on Coral, attended the Golden afternoon with their parents I
Thursday.Mrs. Wedding Anniversary party
GILBERTS. BROWN :seal of said Court on.the 2nd day Marian ]Hall[ of for their brother-in-law and # 444 ..4M M1tM 4. 4M'. 4 . ftf44 fM1c M FM IrM4 K4 4'K'. 1r'K'*
of November, 1973.GILBERTS. ;
sister J
COURT :>MQ> Hogan, of Jacksonville, on 1 *
Connect With Our
thereof. Sunday.Mrs. J: e Up *
By Donna M. Branson Zettie Padgett, Mr.
All work shall be done and Mrs. Leonard Norman, J
Deputy Clerk in accordance
By: Beulah M. Moody with Plans, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman *
11 15 4t 12/6 1 11/8 4t 11/29 Deputy Clerk Specifications and Contract and family, Mr. and Mrs. "HOT LINE" TO SANTA
Documents relative thereto as Frederick Prescott, Mrs.
prepared by Frank George Darlene Norman and family, .
Notice of IntentionTo George, Architect, Palatka, Jr., Austin, Mitchell Norman I. :
Register I DIVISION> ACALL Florida. Plans, specificationsand and friends, gathered at .the I *

Fictitious Name contract documents may be home of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn *: Special Christmas .
FOR BIDS examined at the office of the Prescott, of llingsley:: Lake, to '
Pursuant to Section 865,09 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Clerk of the Circuit Court help their son, Michael, .
Florida Statutes, notice is PALATKA, FLORIDABID (Courthouse Building) in Starke celebrate his 11th birthday
hereby given that the undersigned Florida, or at the office of the anniversary last Friday night. *: Shopping Edition :
Quality Mobile Home CLOSING DATE: 9:30: Architect lOB North Palm They enjoyed a weiner roast 1 c

Brokers, D/B/A ABC Mobile o'clock a.m.. E.D.T., Monday, Avenue, in Palatka, Florida. after the honoree opened his .I-
Homes P. O. Box 2253, December 10, 1973. Sealed bids gifts. *
Tallahassee, Fla. 32304 doing will be received by The Board of Only one set of such plans and Mrs. Maines Griffis and December 6th :

business under the firm name of County Commissioners of contract documents and formsfor children of Palatka, spent the ..
ABC Mobile Homes 2201 N. Bradford County, Florida, at the bidding may be secured by weekend with her mother, .. .
Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 North) Bradford County Courthouse, General Contractors only from Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. .. *

Starke, Bradford County. County Commission Room in the office of the architect by Daisy Boch and Lynn. .. WITH COLOR *
Florida 32091. Intends to register Starke, Florida; at the above depositing therewith $50.00. Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Harley, .. '* '
said fictitious name under the specified date and time. At this The deposit from general of Bushnell, visited their son, .. *
provisions of aforesaid statute. time and place all bids received contractors will be refunded Randy and other relatives *
Dated at Starke, Florida this will be publicly opened and read upon submission of a bonafidebid from Thursday to Sunday. 1 .
19th day of October, A. D. 1973.E. aloud for the furnishing of all and return of said plans and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, The Year's greatest concentration of Shopping *
materials and labor and construction contract documents in good visited their daughter, Mrs. *
C. Allen, of the following condition within ten days after Danny Thompson and sons, of is in the Pre-Christmas Season. Now is the time *

Chairman of Board building project in Bradford the date set for the opening of Jacksonville, on Thursday.Mr. *

10254t Mobile 11-21/ Home Industries County Florida: bids. If the general contractors Wilkerson. and Mrs. Harry '1:: to start getting Your Share of the Christmas Dollar *
RENOVATIONS FOR desire more than one set of such Mr. and Mrs. *
BRADFORD COUNTY HEALTHDEPARTMENT plans and specifications, these Marcus Griffis and family, .
may be obtained by paying the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor And there is No better way to tell Mr. and Mrs. Santa1 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STARKE FLORIDA cost of duplication at the rate of and girls, Mrs Darlene 1. *

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF $1.00 per sheet for drawings and Norman and boys, Mr. and Claus about your Christmas Gifts before they start trecking *
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Any bid received after the $5.00 per set for specifications, !Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, *
BRADFORD COUNTY. Cdse specified date and time will not plus handling charges, which attended the Padgett family *
the Columns of
off to Gainesville and Jacksonville than through *
No 73.225 be considered. will not be refundable. reunion at Lake Wales on ,

Sunday. 4o
CIVIL ACTIONIn No bid bond will be required for Bidders qualifications must be Rev. Jimmy Parrish, Mr. The Telegraph. Help Your Cash Register .
this project, as a bid guarantee. satisfactory to The Board of and Mrs. Leon Starling, Mr. .. .
Re: The Marriage of CARL However, the successful bidder, County Commissioners of and Mrs. Danny Jackson and ,. .
FOSTER husband, and if awarded the contract, will, Bradford County, Florida. The daughter Air.\ and Mrs. 1. Jingle With The Bells *

JOHNNIE LEE FOSTER, wife within ten consecutive calendar Board of County Commissionersof George Shuford and family, *
days after written notice being Bradford County, Florida, !Mrs Lois Carter, Mr. and TAKING ADVANTAGE OF

NOTICE OF SUIT given of such award, enter into a reserves the right to waive Informalities Mrs. Charles Carter and I: JINGLE' THE MOST ECONOMICAL :
No Property written contract with The Boardof in any bid and to daughter! Mrs. O. J. Phillips, .
County Commissioners of accept any bid which they AND EFFECTIVE METHOD

To: Bradford County, Florida, in consider to be in their best interest Man to wife: "You'll join : BELLS OF TELLING THE PUBLIC *
Johnnie Lee Foster accordance with the accepted and to relect any and all women's lib over my male I ,
bid and give a contract Surety bids. chauvinist body!" Hottt WHAT YOU HAVE FOR *
You are hereby notified that Bond satisfactory to said Boardin t r
K n e P GIFTS-
an action for dissolution of an amount equal to one For: *: *
marriage has been filed againstyou hundred per cent of the contract THE BOARD OF COUNTY Publisher to author"We're: J''GlE.'' HOW WILL THEY KNOWOTHERWISE *

Johnnie Lee Foster, and price. COMMISSIONERS BRAD looking for material aimed at ?
you are required to serve a copyof FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. anti-capitalist youth. That's .: 11 V :
your written defenses, if any No bidder may withdraw his bid wherethemoney" BELLS
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, for a period of forty days after By: Gilbert Brown Clerk2t Gcutrk Register *
whose name and address is the date set for the opening 11/29 Tr bunt Syndc.l." .t *
Dudley P. Hardy, Esq. P. O. ,
Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida *
32091 and file the original with .. Call A Representative NOW for For A I

the clerk of the above styled *
court on or before December 20, Better Display Of Your Ad . *
Florida National Banksappreciate .
1973: otherwise a judgementmay
be entered against you for I' 964-63O5 .
the relief demanded in the *

WITNESS my hdnd and the
seal of said Court on October NOVEMBER 30,-5:00: PM *

1973. .

Clerk of said Court your money "
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TO REGISTER INTENTION The Bradford County Telegraph *


Jefferson: at Clark Street Telephone 964.7050
Pursuant to Section 865.09 "Wall To Wall Coverage Bradford County"' *

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