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: October 3, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:+ The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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No. 11 Thursday October 3.1974 CopyIncumbents


,+ ,' h1 p nM Voters ChooseParrish

Retain Seats For

In Union Co.

Union County voters, gave two incumbents another x -1t 'f 4Iw' School Board .

term in office on each of two boards,according to completebut aY i

unofficial returns announced Wednesday morning by

Supervisor of Elections Lottie Lee Archer.

In Tuesday's October 1 Second Democratic Primary Newcomer J.T. Parrish was voted onto the Bradford

incumbent Gerald Griffis scored a handy win over Bobby School Board on a 96-vote margin Tuesday over Maurice

Anderson for the District 2 Commission seat. Griffis' count Armed Edwards Jr. by 2.500 of Bradford's 5,812 registered voters

was 853 to Anderson's 664. who made it to the polls in the Oct. 1 Second Democratic

Primary.The .
The two contenders in the opponent Nathan Trowell Robber
second primary were the drew a count of 606 in the first election turnout was 43.2 percent, compared to the

victors in a three-man race for primary.For first primary's turnout of 66.6 percent. Tuesday's vote was

the seat in the first primary the District 5 seat on the below the 55 percent turnout predicted by Supervisor of

which saw the elimination of school board incumbent Ray Dies InAction Elections Neva Flynn who hit it on the head in the first

Powell lost out to political primary.
!" newcomer Pamela Bolls With the Parrish and Edwards race for the District 5

Thomas the races.the Powell only received woman in a y 4k school board post the only local race on the ballot, the

count'of 720( to Mrs. Thomas' electorate gave Parrish the nod of approval with 1,271
911. Clarence W. Stewart, 29, of votes over Edwards who claimed a count of 1,175 tallies,
Starke was shot and killed last
The make-up of Union Wednesday night attemptingto including absentees.

County's School Board effec- hold up One-Stop con Parrish was a hard cam- The two second primary
tive November 19 will be
venience store at Kingsley paigner in his first bid for contenders earned the right
Tommy Mobley Morris Lake owned by Fro Strick political office. He impressed following their victories in the
Dobbs Donald G. Dukes,
Ray land. voters with his clean cut September 10 first primary in
Crawford and the
newly appearance and attitude and which Parrish was high man
elected member Mrs. Pamela You can Smash for Cash this Saturday at the Old Fashioned DaY Celebration where Jayceeswill Stewart entered the store his hard work in seeking the with 1,119 votes to Edward'sMO.
Bolls Thomas who replaces be selling blows with a sledge hammer on this 1966 Ford Thunderbird.' Along with Jaycee around 10 p.m., tapped atten- .school board) post now held by Eliminated in that race
Strickland the
dant Steve
Ray Powell. President Jim Lawson Dale Brown and Terry Reedy demonstrate the action which will take shoulder and demanded on that Chairman Seeber Goodman. was long time school board
place Saturday at 3:00: Ya'll ComelSmash !
member Seeber D. Goodmanwho
The County Commissionwill the cash be put in a paper bag.
also be changed by one received 890 votes and
It For CashShoppers Another worker at the store William G. Graudons who .
d7i. later identified the robber as polled 702.Bradford's.
the same one who robbed the
can give local dignitaries a dunking pay to smash up a shiny automobile, and voters a
Gerald Griffis One-Stop store around clean
of the three incumbents'
spend Funny Money merchants have been giving away to buy real merchandise: Saturday Day weekend according to i" sweep bid -
for reelectionto
contender Ellcano Reeves. In afternoon and night during Starke's Old Fashioned Day celebration planned by the downtown Clay County Chief Investigator -
the School
a new term on
that race Griffis polled 769 merchants association and the Starke Jaycees. Walter Harvey. Board.In .

votes to Anderson's 612, while A Shoppers will be greeted by Call Street personnel dressed over-all's and red bandanas in the District post veteran
After Strickland
Beeves was given 297 tallies. !h vrkr observation ofthe_ old fashioned day discount sale advertised in this edition of The Telegraph. collect ordering the money Stewart senior member H.A. Lawson

The other seat on the They can also let loose some pent-up violence by using a sledge hammer on this 1966 Ford brought two other employeesto will be replaced by Pat
commission was decided Thunderbird. Florida Bank President Jimmy Peek is said to be asking for the first lick. the counter. Herman Harris Spengler who won out in the
,. had been working in the back first primary by virtue of a
September. Felton Smith 10 lost out incumbentJ. bv 16 The dunking machine will be in operation about 2 p.m.,the car will be smashed around 3 p.m. while Gary Underhill was in l"'. claim to 1.907 votes to d
vote to a and the Funny Money auction is set for 4:30: ( p.m. Shoppers can get their Funny Money for the front refilling a soft drink Lawson's 1,646.
margin auction with purchases in downtown stores.BusinessTnen. machine. lI ., Arthur R. Gaskins scored a
Archie Clemons. Smith 'I '
victory in the District 1 race ,
received 7U5 votes while When Stewart reached out over two opponents incumbent
Clemons added 16 more for an the of i.Ii i Blaine
to take bag money Johnny
811 vote victory in the first Get Reduced Harris grabbed the 44- Thompson and Herman

primary. magnum pistol he was holdingon J.T. Parrish Johnson. Gaskins count was

Donald G. Dukes retainedhis the employees. The pair Parrish a 34-year-old 1,896, Thompson's 830 and
District 3 seat on the Donald Dukes struggled for control of the lifelong resident of Bradford Johnson's 999 which gave
School Board with a count of gun, which fired when they hit County residing on SR-100 Gaskins a 67 vote win in the
80S votes closely followed by member. The new board, Garbage PickUp Rates"I the floor. eight miles west of Starke is first primary over his two
726 votes for contender Bobby effective November 19 will be Stewart was wearing a selt-employed in the land opponents.For .
Hawkins. comprised of Paul M. Riherd, stocking mask and a blonde clearing business and is a the two seats on the
Gerald Griffis, D. E. (Skip) think the commissioners $3 per month is to be chargedfor were discussing it," said wig. which also fits the farmer. county Commission in-
Hawkins won the right to Woodington, C. U, Crews and should look long and hard residential pick-ups and a Commissioner Silcox. description of a robber of two Edwards a hard cam- cumbent George Roberts, Jr.
contest Dukes in the second newcomer Archie Clemons before adopting such a high $45 monthly charge ((30 daysat After a long period of convenience stores held up in paigner never yet successful narrowly escaped a loss in his
primary by eliminating third who replaces J. Felton Smith rate for daily garbage pickup.As $1.50)) is to be charged those discussion on' the rates Starke. in several bids for county re-election bid for another
man contender Walter F. the board's present chairman.In far as I am concerned the businesses that require daily commissioner McRae movedfor The shot went in his office worked on the basis term. Newcomer Mark B.
Williams. Hawkins' marginover $1.50 a day rate is far out of pickups.It the adoption of a com stomach wounding him and that Parrish was a "Templeman Adkins polled 1,776 votes to
Williams in the first announcing the results of line" said Dale Brown of the was explained to the mercial rate of $6 per monthto later killing him. Harris ," supported by School Roberts 1,803 giving Robertsthe

primary was 15 votes. Tuesday's election Mrs. local Dairy Queen.A delegation that a state law be applied to businesses received minor injuries, in- Supt. Jim Temple. Edwards victory by a close 27 votes
Williams received 416 votes to Archer said that she was well delegation of the city's required daily pick-ups from saying that the revenue wouldbe cluding powder burns slugged away at high administrative for the District 2 seat.
Hawkins 431, while Dukes was businessmen were on hand any food service outlets. changed by about $2,700. scratches on his right forearm costs and school For the District 4
given a count of 803. Dukes pleased with the voter tur Tuesday night October 1, "We haven't adopted the His motion was not considered and an injured thumb which board "yes men." commission seat incumbent county
failed 44 votes in nout. With seeking a clarification of the These after to receive a
by escapingthe 3,017 registeredvoters budget yet figures are failing was struck by the hammer of Eddie Allen did not seek
run-off in Tuesday's proposed rates to be chargedfor being proposed and we are second. reelection -
over 60 percent voted in the pistol when it fired. No Parrish also was critical of and two former
election. garbage disposal services. still open for consideration," After a longer period of charges have been filed in the
contenders for the
the first high administrative costs. He post E.W.
primary September The commissioner's
new said commissioner McRae. calculation and discussion it
The two other seats the robbery.The denied the Hodges and Harold E.
on during campaignthat Waters
10, and more than SO percent budget scheduled for) adoption "I'm opposed to the daily was finally decided to imposethe
School Board decided robbery investi- who defeated Allen
was he is
were on included anybody's man. were by
Tuesday night a new rate that's included in the charge on 1,570 residencesat
September 10 when Tommy voted in Tuesday's second item gated by Clay County Chief saying he would make his own four years ago, went at it
revenue totaling $84,900for budget,because I think it's too $3 per month for a revenue
Motley was elected to the District primary. service. Investigator Walter Harvey. decisions if elected. (See Page 12))
garbage pick-up high, and said so when we (See Page 12))
1 post for another term.
Mobley got 977 votes whilerQJonmCrirrJ

Union School Board Approves Settlement With Bruce Clarke m


'x KtTJRUMMAGE LAKE BUTLER "This is year. The letter to be held by which may never be opened The Superintendent and claim in the existing lawsuit Dukes stating he wished to work for only one day. Since
just another 'Watergate'." Brian T. Hayes attorney for without the approval and School Board must agree not and cause for action. abstain. that time he has been on sick
"I would like to see the suit the defendants.The written consent of Clarke. to take any further steps The is "You do understand that leave. He had an accumulation -
settled behalf of all agreement cannot legally abstain of 22 days coming
on par superintendent and The superintendent and against Clarke that would made for the of you
ties." School Board are required to School Board is prohibitedfrom adversely affect his teaching compromisin and purpose settling the from voting?" Supt. Cason to him. which expired on

"Why has Richard Rue been gather all documents, letters responding to any certificate and any future suit but carries no admissionof asked Dukes. September 20. The following
omitted from the settlement? notes, memoranda, and any inquiry relating to the facts employment relationship. liability on the part of the "Yes you are right. That Monday (September 23)) he
were a few of the remarks other material relating to the and circumstances Superintendent and School being the case, I'll vote 'No'," submitted a letter requesting

made and questions asked by details of the circumstances in surrounding Clarke's at- Clarke must agree to Board, as a or as in- Dukes said. two weeks personal leave
SALE School Board Member Donald the case and to place such tempted dismissal other than release the Superintendentand dividuals. group "I would still like to know from his job which was

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Dukes about terms of a set. information in a sealed file, his letter of resignation. School Board from any Other terms of the settlement about Rue's position in the denied. Today (Monday
30)) is the sixth
tlement agreement with settlement. I have seen a September day
Union will require the with Clarke and Rue's that he has been absent
SATURDAYZp.m.Walnut former High Principal paper
motion to be filed in the U.S.
Clark it, but this one has without leave and as far as I
Bruce approved at a name on
To Scramble For CalvesOther District Court in Jacksonvillewith
Street between special meeting Monday 20 Boys therequest for thecourt's only Clarke's" Dukes said. am concerned that is suf.fleclent -

Madison and Call Streets afternoon Sept. 30. of the grounds for
approval con "In discussion of the dismissal," Cason said.
The compromise settlementwith STARKE Plans are final Alvarez James Geiger, Joe activities planned for ditions, and that the court our
----- Donald Hamilton this year's include a case in Jacksonville Rue was "I would still like to see this
Clarke must also be for the 8th Annual Chamber of Lazenby program retain its jurisdiction in the
executed by the former Commerce Calf Scramble and Jr., James Livingston and horse show sponsored by the case until the terms of the not mentioned by the at- suit settled to the benefit of all
8th Annual Lawrence Selectedas Bradford Roping Club, a pig torneys. The terms of the parties concerned so that
principal then submitted to the 20 entries for the contest Patrick. agreement have been met. we
CALF SCRAMBLEAND the U.S. District Court in have been selected, accordingto alternates were Archie scramble for girls and two tentative settlement can get back to the business of
chicken scrambles for Following a discussion of agreement at that time applied education" Dukes said.
Jacksonville for a ruling by a news release from the Rozier, Billy Gnann Bill "
HORSE SHOW Judge Charles R. Scott Starke-Bradford Chamber of Moody, and Vincent Por- children seven nine and 10 the terms of the settlement Cason only said.to Clarke, Supt. Following Monday's split-
agreement Board Member
12 of
Commerce. chiazzo. years age.
Saturday Dukes' remarks came after A chicken supper at $1.50 Ray Powell moved for its "And too I think you should vote majority approval by the
October 12 the board had reviewed and Fifteen cross-bred calves The lucky FFA and 4-H per plate will be served at the approval by the board with a know about Rue. He came to school board the settlement
approved the terms and will be given away at the winners are required to keep Fairgrounds by the membersof second coming from Board agreement, if executed by the
conditions of the the 'calves for two Member Morris Dobbs. plaintiff, Bruce Clarke, will
4:30 P.M. proposed Bradford County Fairgrounds years the Bradford Roping Club When Time To Change
then be submitted to the U.S.
settlement being jointly made Saturday, October 12, on US- maintaining records of between the hours of 4-6 p.m. put to a vote Powell's motion
at the Fairgrounds by attorneys representing the 301 north of Starke. progress, and to show their Saturday received the approval of four October 27 District Court in Jacksonvillefor
plaintiffs, Bruce Clarke and The event organized by the calves at the Bradford County Opening ceremonies are of) the board members with a ruling by Judge CharlesR.
CHICKEN DINNER Richard Rue, and Superin- Chamber of Commerce eight slated to start at 6:45: p.m. On Sunday October 27, the Scott.
SERVEDby tendent Jimmy Cason and years ago for the purpose of Fair.Winners of the 1972 following the dinner. Entertainment nation will set back the clock The suit in question was
Bradford Roping Club four members of the school improving Bradford cattle scramble will receive will concludewith P, P, K RegistrationOpen one hour and revert to filed in the U.S. District Courtin
board as defendants. breeding and encouraging registration papers for the the horse show events Standard time until February Jacksonville by Bruce

$1.30 Per Plate Dukes the fifth member of local youth to pursue calves they won two years beginning at 8 p.m. AtRec.Dept. 23, four months later. Clarke Lake Butler as principal Middle School of the
the agricultural careers, has ago. They are Danny Riddick, A drawing for a hind and The previously approved
Board was excluded from BAndDirector
and Richard
BRING ALLTHE Trimm Registration for punt pass House bill passed the Senate Rue,
the law suit when resulted in the addition of Hobart Lee Bruce fore quarter of beef will be
FAMILY FOR AN filed by Clarke and originally Rue some 200 head of cattle to local Donald Nettles, Tommy made following the last calf and Kick competition is I for Monday, September 30. and at Union County High'
EVENINOOFFUNFREETOTHE herds. Meng Jimmy Gladwell.' scramble. Donations for this boys ages 813.Registration. awaits the expected approvalof School, following their
following their dismissal by Dale forms may be President Gerald Ford. dismissal by the board on a
Douglas Cribbs. Traylor
the board last drawing are being acceptedby
PUBLIC April. Selected to scramble for the Charles Ferguson. Robert members of the Bradford picked up at Pratt Street On February 23 next the multiplicity of charges in-

c-_.., Conditions of the settlementwill IS calves to be given away are 'Lee, Charles Castlen, Roger Future Farmers of America Recreation Center or Ter- clocks will again be set for- volving the two for failure to
require the Board to grant Timmy Bryan, Harvey P. Bennett. Albert Batten Jr., and the Bradford 4-H Club. willegar Motors. Deadline for ward one hour and the nation perform their duties.
professional leave at a Randy Edmondson Steven Griffis.. financed by local business 4, at 5:30: p.m. Time for the ensuing eight tendent Jimmy Cason and
State Hank. reduced salary for the Starling, Frankie Blackburn, agricultural industrial, andcivic The event will be held months. Board Members Ray
remainder of the current Kenny Thompson Otis Judges for the 1974 organizations. The Saturday, October 5, begin. The time change will Crawford, Tommy Mobley
'-. H.........>>. school year. Clarke is Starling David Stone, Scramble are Harold Davis, evening activities provide fun sing at 9:30: in the morning, at eliminate the necessity of Morris Dobbs and Ray Power
........... required to submit a letter of Clarence Melton Jr., Mark chief judge assisted by Fred for the entire family both Pratt Street Playground. school children meeting sought damages of $250,000
R4..1 DotoeoII r...c-... resignation to become effective Reddish, Barry Watts, Victor Barker, Dudley Hardy Ralph young and old, and Is lee to All 'participants must be school buses in the pre-dawn from the defendants.
at the end of the school Clemons Tom Tatum, Steve Bryan, and.Elzie Sanders. the public. registered prior to Saturday. hours. (See Page 1 12)PKY

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Beta Sigma Phi Junior Women Hear Program On FitnessMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wells To Observe I

Plans Dance foster child from Vietnam via 50th Anniversary October 1 12 \' = _

For'October 12 letters and pictures sent to the Mr. and Mrs. William G. daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
club. Mrs. Robert M. Autry Franklin, Mrs. G.
Wells, Sr., of Kingsley Lake, James D.
announced the club memberswill whose 50th wedding anniversary Wells Pelrsol, and Mrs.
Gamma Theta chapter of be selling All Sports falls on Oct. 9, will Sidney M. Swope, Jr., all of
Beta Sigma Phi held their memberships Friday night at celebrate the occasion at a Orlando; and 12 grand- s
regular business meeting on the BHS football game. f family gathering on Oct. 12 in children and three great-
Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs. New members presented by Orlando. grandchildren.
Wayne Wynn with Mrs. Danny Mrs. Jim Lawson, Member- r Due to Mr. Wells' recent I Be
Waters as co-hostess. ship chairman, and voted in illness, guests will be limitedto Junior Class May
Plans were made for the by the club were: Mrs. Larry members of the family.
upcoming dance, "Owl Crawford, Mrs. Doug Helping to celebrate the occasion To Sell FlowersThe
Prowl," on Oct. 12 at the Schlossor, Mrs. Pat Welch, 1 will be their two sons, Old FashionedBut
Starke Armory. A program on Mrs. Ed Pfiester, Mrs. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. William. G.
scuba diving was presented by Wilson, Miss Monteray Wells Jr. of Mount Dora, and BHS Junior Class will you con
Wayne Wynn. Wasdin, Mrs. Joe Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wells of sell corsages and boutonnier'sfor b.$ your high-
The next meeting will beheld J.C. Dukes and Mrs. Mrs.Rex Bailles. Mrs.Dudley Jacksonville; and three Homecoming, Oct. 18. button thou
at the home of Mrs. Marc Charles Goodowns. Hardy was visiting guest. The corsages will be white I'm going to
Jackson on Oct. 14 at which ji. chrysanthemums and redbaby's
time the Ritual of Jewels will Miss June Reeves, Area r The Owl ProwlBeta breath and matchingboutonniere's. ho..lt up my
be performed.Nine Consultant to the Physical Shower Given t., i, .
members of the Fitness Institute of America, t at Old Fashion
sorority attended the Area of Jacksonville Beach, spoketo For Mrs DoddAt .. Sigma Phi sorority will The public is asked to Day in Starke
luncheon in Jacksonville on the Junior Woman's Club of j sponsor a dance, "The Owl support the Junior class and Saturday, Oct. 5f!
Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Al- Starke Monday night. Parish HallMrs. .j' r,; Prowl," on Saturday, Oct. 12, order corsages at $2.50, and
hambra Dinner Theatre. Miss Reeves explained the .00 'I. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the boutonniers, $1, by calling Y'ALL COME:
Those attending were Bar- necessity of exercise in daily Greg Dodd, a recent ," 4 4 tiu/? AhA new Starke Armory with Mrs. Redding at the high
t ,.:, music by Jerri Von and the school, 964-6543, during school
bara Patray, Brenda Slade, life for complete health. bride, was honored at a bridal ... .. 3
Cherie Cox, Beth Waters, Mrs. Robert M. Autry, shower Monday night given in ..to .... "f Variations. hours.
Dimple Overstreet, Harriet hostess for the evening, in- St. Edward's Parish Hall. ,,0' j.. 1':< .:,. ,.,' '.
Bryan, Susan Nichols, Marie vited members and guests Hostesses were Mrs. A. J. ," ... ...to..... ,..- '. I
Wynn and guest, Janet Mixon. into the sunroom for refresh- Eaves, Mrs. X. M. Smith, : : .",.:.:. .'
ments after the program. The Mrs. Ceil Richards, Mrs. ; n: The early bird gets the
Loper CarverEngagement refreshment table was Harold Epps, Mrs. J. E. .r. .
covered with an orange table- Denmark, and Mrs. Don Neel. iJ' ';'1.
cloth bordered with black cats Mrs. Eaves greeted guestsat greatest choice of savings. .
ToldMr. and decorated with two the door and presentedthem :
pumpkins spilling over with to the receiving line THELMA A. BOLTIN Florida Folk Festival Director
and Mrs. Ben Loper Halloween candies. composed of the honoree, her
announce the approaching During the business mother, Mrs. L. E. Turner of Miss Boltin To Appear At Woman's ClubMiss
marriage of their daughter, meeting, Mrs. Charles Raiford,and Mrs. W. O. Dodd. Authorized LA-Z-BOY
Judy, to Ronald Garver,son of Goodowns, president, Corsages were presented to Thelma Boltin of White by Mrs. L.A. Canova.
Mr. Eugene Garver and the presented to Mrs. J. C. Dukesa those in the receiving line. Springs, director of the Hostesses for the afternoonare
late Mrs. Myrtle Garver, all of past-president's pin, The refreshment table was Florida Folk Festival, will : Mrs. W.H. Hart, chair-
Starke. thanking her for her servicesto covered with a white lace present a mini-Folk Festivalat man, Mrs. P.L. Bridges, cochairman SEMI-ANNUAL,
The wedding will take placeon the club during the past two cloth over pink linen and the luncheon program Mrs. Leola
Oct. 6 atI p.m. in the years. centered with an arrangementof meeting of the Woman's Clubof Roberts, Mrs.Johnny Barrett,
Middleburg Church of God, Mrs. James O'Brian, arts pink pompoms and ivy. Starke on Wednesday, Oct. Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. F.B. STARTS TOMORROW
with a reception following.All chairman, had a display of Mrs. Jack Hazen presided at II! at 12:15: p.m. Beard Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth,
family members and various poetry books avail- the crystal punch bowl. The The program will be under Mrs. E.L. Matthews, Mrs.
\ friends are invited to attend able from Bullington's and gift table was centered w the Education Departmentwith Charles Dinkins Mrs. H.R. .M Illllgiii-
the wedding. urged each member to read bride doll. Mrs. W.H. Hart, chair- Herres, Mrs. A.R. McRae,
more poetry. The hostesses presented the man. Miss Boltin and those Mrs. J.H. Minesinger, Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Inter honoree with the sugar bowl to taking part will be introduced John Torode, Mrs. Guy Sale
Some minds are like con- national Affairs chairman, her chosen china pattern as a and Mrs. Robert Ward. '
crete-all mixed and per- introduced the clubs new memento of the occasion. SAVE '75 on this handsome
manently set. Among the 50 guests attending BPW Members Long Cory Date Contemporary Rechna Rocker
between 7:30: and 9:30:
Hear DiscussionOf ___. NOW U79.SAVE
p.m. were the two grand- Set Nov. 30 .
mothers, Mrs. B. T. Thomas
and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr.CowartSheppard. L .

For Business and f to :'
Professional Women's Club
met Monday evening Sept. 23,
Mr. and Mrs. William J. with Desta Dyal, vice jar
DRAPES ''Dooling announce the president, presiding.The ,
marriage of her daughter, business covered I .
Sandra Sue Sheppard, to Huey vacancies filled in state offices
and mention of the mid-
Columbus Cowart, son of Mr M
CARPETS and Mrs. Charles. C. Cowart. year board meeting to be heldat
The wedding took place the Sheraton Inn, Nov. 8-10, -
Sept. 4 in Kingsland, Ga. in Fort Myers. Comments on ti i
young career women included
mention of a young woman i
AND Elks NoticeThe who chose banking as her i,' i
career as one of many
Elks Club will have a businesses that offers
covered dish supper and responsibility, rewards and
VINYLdecorative meeting Monday night,Oct. 7, guidance. .,.
at the Elks Lodge for mem- Another field includes

bers and wives. women as lawyers, who are Lr L- r1 1
both youthful and responsible.Miss .
Rosenberg read of .
Mrs. Eugene Tanner and southern California women Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M.
acctMorln & Interior design Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. the who have organized the First Long announce the
eighty, four norm temple 944 5242 Woman's Club 0(, Starke, Woman's Bank in Los engagement of their daughter,
attended the FFWC fall board Angeles.The Helen Jane, to Carl Randall i
M & j811k meeting at the Hilton Inn in next meeting will be Cory,son of Mr. and Mrs. CarlE.
((tll wedding is planned for
Saturday, Nov. 30, in the First

Sawyer SladeGas Baptist BIRTHS church.

& Air Lt. and Mrs. Don Thompson "
Conditioning of the Jacksonville Naval Air
Station announce the birth of a
son, Christopher Bryant, on
America's No. 1 Air Conditioner Maker Sept. 21. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompsonof
Ocala, former Starke
Central Heat and Air residents, and great-
grandparents are Mr. and

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1 GMT-2 and Mrs. David
\ 4. Completely Installed Stephens of Starke announcethe
birth of a daughter, Shailia
Carlynn, on Sept. 27 at the
$1390 U.S. Naval Hospital in
Jacksonville. Grandparentsare
Mr. and Mrs. !M.C.
Stephens and Mr. and Mrs.
2 Ton System James Kinnard of Starke.

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II Baptist Youth Choir Plans Flea Market And Bake Sale Susan Hewett BROOKER IN BRIEFPTA By Jeannette PrescottMr.

In. H. S. Who's
'Musical Members of the First to 3 p.m., sponsored by the Who
Experience In God'The DEDAN BAPTIST and Mrs. Paul Prescottand I
Christian Church of Starke Ladies Council.
will Flea of donations, Susan Hewett, BHS senior, Brooker PTA met Baptismal services were Johnny visited her uncle
hoJd Market For
Youth Choir of the First a and pick up has been included in the 8th and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. t
God's message of love and held at Rev. Lacy Conway's Hugh'
Bake Sale on Call Street, call 964-7959, 964-8121, or 468- Tuesday night, Sept. 24, with
Baptist Church will present a peace to a troubled and needy annual edition of Who's Who Rev. Cranford place on Silver Lake last Markham, in Lake Butler last ,
Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. 1579 after I S p.m. American Terry giving j
one-hour"musical experiencein world. High School the invocation. Mrs. Lucile Sunday afternoon. We were Saturday afternoon. While
the presence of God" entitled The public is cordially invited Students, 1973-74. Payne, elementary pleased to have so many there they saw Aunt Myrtice i
"I'm Here, God's Here, to be a part of this The daughter of Mrs. Doris visor, the super-new visitors in church Sunday and Clemons and Uncle Oliver
Now We Can Start" in the worship experience. people U uJnow Hewett of Kingsley Lake she report card that will be used in hope they will return soon. demons. ,
church auditorium on is active in Science and the elementary schools this The pastor visited Mrs. Irving Mr. and Mrs. William Irving
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12- GRAHAM BAPTIST History Clubs, school and year. Principal Phil Vallenga Hodge and br.by in Shands Hodge announce the birth of
13, 7:30: p.m. PLANS REVIVALThe Mrs.Harry Purvis and sons Mrs. Doris Conway of church choirs, and was in the explained the change in lunch Hospital last Friday.PEItSONALS. their son, William Ivery
The 45 voice choir will First Baptist Church of Kevin and Michael, of Orlando was Friday to National Honor Society. She ticket procedures wherebyeach (Billy) on September 27 in
present this latest com Graham will have its annual Alachua were Monday visitorsof Tuesday guest of her brother- will also compete for student is responsible for Shands Hospital, Gainesville.
position by the renowned Homecoming on October 6. and scholarship awards funded by his lunch Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham in-law and sister, Mr. own tickets. He
Ralph Carmichaeland the publishers, and plans to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Maggie Hodge, and maternal
composers Services start at 11 a.m., Mrs. M.A. Baldwin. asked that the PTA set up a
Kurt Kaiser as a followed by dinner on the pion.Mr. attend Palatka Junior College loan fund so that students can Stalnaker and son, Randy, of grandparents are Mr. and
culmination of three months ground around 1 p.m. Evening and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. H.M. Richarde is next fall. borrow money in case they Clearwater were visiting his Mrs. PaulO. Prescott.
work in an effort to present services at 7. Everyone invited Sr. returned Sunday from two visiting her sister, Mrs. Eloise N. Y. C. ReceivingJob lose their money or ticket. Stalnaker parents, Mr.and and other Mrs.memo W.C Maternal Mrs. Nellie greatgrandmotheris of
weeks vacation in Hot Durden, at JacksonvilleBeach President Johns discussed ,
bers of the recently
Film SeriesAt Springs, Ark. this week. Applications PTA dues, refreshments, and family Lakeland.
HOMECOMING PLANNEDBY future meetings. David -- --- n----- ,
GRAHAM BAPTISTSThe Mrs. Clifton Plemons and Adrienne Barry was the The Neighborhood Youth Fussell discussed plans for the
1st BaptistA First Baptist Church of son, Curtis, of Macon, Ga., weekend guest of Mary Evansin Corps is taking applicationsfor Halloween Carnival to be held
Graham will have its Mrs. Leonard Harris of Jacksonville. The girls a position in their out-of- October 26, and solicited
series of films featuringDr. Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. Gainesville, and Mrs. Ruby were fishing in the St.Johns school program. To qualify, chairmen for the various
Henry Brandt, noted 6. Services will start at 11 Blum of San Francisco, Calif, River during the weekend. applicants must be 55 years booths. {
Christian psychologist, will a.m., followed by dinner on were last Thursday guests of old or older, attending a iTHE
begin Sunday night at the the grounds around 1 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Whiteheadat J.G. Caldwell returned school 6 hours a week, and CONFERENCE SET
First Baptist Church of Evening Service at 7. Kingsley Lake. Friday after two weeks in the meet the income guidelines. There will be a Parent-
Starke. In these films Dr. Everyone invited. David is North Florida Regional Anyone interested should Teacher Conference Day on
McKnight visitinghis
Hospital.Mr. Friday, Oct. 11. Report cards
Brandt deals with personal brother-in-law and sister, contact Debra Henry at the n
growth, family relationships, North Florida Area Civil will be sent home on October :
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL LTC and Mrs. Don Koretz in
and Mrs. T.L. Casey, 17. Y
and successful parenthood.The Defense
building on Edwards
SETS HOMECOMING Alexandria, Va. for three and
Jr. and visited Mr.
film series will continuefor family Road between
4:30: and 5
Road weeks. p.m.
14 weeks, and will be Morgan Mrs.J.W. Thomas in Live Oak P.E.CLASSESMr.
Church will hold its annual Sunday.Mr. Ezzell has started a
shown each Sunday evening at
Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray. Run-for-Fun program. A
6:15.Films: for this month A 6. Dinner on the grounds will Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. horn of Wildwood and Mrs. quarter-mile course is set up
are: be served at 1 p.m. with returned Tuesday of last week Brown and Mrs. Beulah Cleone Hazen of Gainesvillewere and students run voluntarilyas
Free Spirit, Oct. 6; Locate singing in the afternoon. after five weeks visit with her Moody attended a County Sunday visitors of Mr. much as they desire each
Yourself, Oct. 13; Growing UpI Special music will be providedby son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clerk s seminar in Naples last and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. day. A mileage chart is kept
Oct. 20; Growing Up II, Oct. The Kinsmen and the Patrick T. McGriff, in Mil- Wednesday to Saturday.Dr. on each student. The leaderfor
27. Mosley Sisters. Everyone is waukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stein- this week is Malissa
cordially invited to attend. and Mrs. H.H. Adams meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rabon, with four miles,
and Dr. and Mrs. P.G. Felos Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. F. followed by Carol Fussell and
attended a meeting of the V. Herlong of Jacksonvillewere Denise Keen with 3'/fc miles
Seaboard Coastline Surgeons Sunday visitors of Mrs. each. Students are striving to
ESTATE PLANNING SEMINARSponsored Association in New Orleans W. F. Herlong.Mrs. become members of the 25-:
Wednesday to Sunday. Mile Club. We congratulateEddie
Vergie Flynn and Barnes for his football GOSPEL CONTINENTALSFROM
by Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and niece, Mrs. Jack Waters of pick-of-the-week selection. He
grandson, Eddie Schwab of Tallahassee were visiting came closest to guessing the
Gainesville spent the weekend relatives in Robertsdale, Florida-Miss. State score. Mr.
Douglas W. Speedof with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Montgomery and Mobile, Ala. Ezzell gave him a prize forwinning. FRANKLINTON, LA.
Schwab at Merritt Island and last week. .
also visited Eddie's sister,
Mrs. William Smith in the Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof a; ..-1 .. "\
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. Needles General Hospital in Merritt Island spent the (,;g ...... '. if
Orlando on Saturday.Mr. weekend with his parents, Mr. l SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH
and Mrs. Don Ray and Mrs. L. H. Gibson.Mr. .

Tilley of Hollywood spent .....
Thursday to Sunday with her and Mrs. W. S. Glover
The purpose of this seminar is to make the participantmore parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. attended a Holiday Inn con OCTOBER 11 0 7:30: P. M.
Jackson and family. vention at Calloway Gardens, U
knowledgeable about the importance and Ga. from Sunday to Wed- 1\\ ')
advantagesof Mrs. Marc Jackson and nesday.Mr. "Say something nice about
daughter, Priscilla, were in her work how it makes Everyone Welcome
estate planning Williston Wednesday to and Mrs. Jimmy Roweof such attractive scrap or like
Friday visiting her parents, Sanford were Sunday that ."
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith. visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Green.
Attendance by reservations as space will be limited. Mrs. David Scott has
returned to her home in Mrs. E. C. Dukes and Mrs. ,
:L' G
Decatur Ga. after two weeks Melba Williams spent the SHOPPING CENTER
Place Holiday Inn Park visit with her son-in-law and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A.
: Orange
daughter Dr. and Mrs. O. L. M. Thomas in Palmetto.Mr. Ii U.C 301 Starke. Fla.

Time: 7:00: P.M. Haynes, Jr. family .center U. .

Mr. and Mrs. William M. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby ii !T Prices Good Thur. Oct. 3 Thru Sun. Oct 6
Date: October 9 1974 visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Meng and daughter of St. in Open Won Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun i 12 To 6
Petersburg will spend the Dansby Perry Sunday.
',' ** weekend with their parents,
Telephone 353-4861 for reservations Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs.E.M. Davis visited her Tumble Into Fall Fashions
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. sisters. Miss Mamie Andersonand
Mrs. Pauline Stone in
Archer over the weekend.

Mrs. Nancy Denton, Mrs. from' USter lcOWi
Virginia Waldmire and Mrs.
Maxine Gibson attended a

the Home Robert Economics Meyer meeting Hotel at ;(r M Turtleneck

Saturday. PULLOVER

Local admittances to '
DOYOUKNOWTHATA Bradford County Hospital this Turtleneck, rib
week include: Alfred Under collar and cuffs, 50
wood, Frank Strickland, Mrs. long sleeve. .
I Nancy Cassels, Dock Martin, I Assorted colors.
Mrs. Joyce Yirak, Miss Liane Each
Sizes 2-6x/7 -
FAMILY OF 4 MAY Eurl, Mrs. Clara Griffis, and
Mrs. Ella Sweat,Starke; Mrs. 0.J\ Boys'SLACKSV
Lattice Rucker, Lake Butler;
Mrs. Maggie DeWaters and /p" V and Cotton blends. Play-
Mrs. Linnie Brown, Hampton; I \
HAVE INSURED Owen Anders,and Mrs. Nancy ft Vy proof slacks for boys' Many colors.
Starling, Lawtey; Mrs.
Margaret Eib, Keystone i
Heights. 4II a Sizes 50

2 to 6X7i
Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs
ACCOUNTS TOTALINGAS and family of Madison were : Pair
Saturday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, Sr.
Seaman Vincent St. John of
MUCH AS Port Canaveral was home for / f .
the weekend. ;

Mrs. Edith Christiansen has 2
returned to the home of her \ v
sister, Mrs. W. H. Hart, after
$280,000? three months visit with
relatives in New Orleans.Mr. .
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and Mrs. Houston >tf r \
McClane spent Wednesday to \
Each account is insuredto Saturday at Flagler Beach.

$20,000 by Federal Savings weekend Kevin Crawford with his spent grand the

mother, Mrs. W. H. Hart.
j:; and Loan Insurance Corporation
Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Biggs of
i Atlanta and Mrs. Ruth Baker
>. .- > ....,vlNOaM-\ of Jacksonville were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
>A I.f I Io
o .AUIIUIINSURED> vouo FSLIC is an agency of the United States Silcox. r

Government created by Act of Congress in Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of
1934 in order to insure savings accounts and Jacksonville were visitingMrs.

thereby help maintain sound conditions and .A. E. McKinney over the
1j1 o: improve the supply of home mortgage credit. weekend.Mr. Hi Crew NeckPULLOVER

G44Cf and Mrs. Howard
COA0' Meyer were in Waycross, Ga.
the weekend visiting Mr. -
over Crew neck rib

There Is Safer place for and Mrs. Walter Taylor and collar and cuff,
no your Savings friends. cdt \ long sleeve $325

'Than In an Insured Savings Account t'!I.r Mr.and Mrs. Donald Thorn "' "\ Assorted Colors.

ton and daughter were vacationing Sizes 2 thru 8.Girls' .
at Stone Mountain, Ga. .
last week.

GUARANTY FEDERAL Mrs. Mildred St. John of Polyester and Cotton blends, Cuffed
Palmetto is recovering from a
stroke in a nursing home in flare leg pants. Girls' styles. Many

Savings and Loan Association Bradenton. colors.

Friends of Mrs. Ruby Johns \t e
will be interested to know that I Sizes

.tifr The Friendly Saving Center she Starke has returned after spending to her homein the : t 2 to 6X/7 $500

past several months in

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Charles Schaefer New [ 1 1M City Registration Requirements II

Mayor Commissioner To Be Topic Of Chamber TodayVoter

which he is a taxpayer doing

STARKE Charles new board, a short session of 1'' registration which make business, Myers said it has
Schaefer, who scored a tw.to- the retiring board memberswas ,requirements Starke businessmen who live been pointed out.
one victory over held The question will be
Tommy and City Clerk outside the ineligible to
Williams in the city referred to the Board of
city's Merrill
Sep- Edwardspresented vote in the city will be
tember 10 primary in his reelection Orie Wiggins and Neil Tucker, discussed at the monthly Governors for further
bid for a second term the two retiring members of meeting' of the Board of discussion and recom-
for the Group 5 seat on the city the 'old board with Governors of the Starke- mendation.
commission was victorious Distinguished Service Bradford Chamber of Com Myers also stated that
again Tuesday night, October Awards.The awards gave due at 12:15: today Bradford School Supt. Jim
1, when his fellow com- recognition to Wiggins for 16 ,4 phiA, r I ;4f merce(Thursday, Oct. p.m.3)) in the Temple board will brief the Florida the J
missioners elected him to years of service and to Tuckerfor Garden Restaurant Chamber on
serve as Mayor- 8 years of service as city A number of complaintsfrom Constitutional Amendment on
that will be
Commissioner for the coming school funding
commissioners. In addition to local businessmen have
to the voters in the
year.Schaefer's the award Tucker received an ". been made to the Chamber submitted General Election
election cameafter engraved gavel in recognitionof ', ... office concerning the new November
Chamber Board will be
Commissioner VernonSil The
his service as Mayor duringthe .' 1 voter registration system
was nominated for the past year. < "f"!.,'.. I;,'..>", which denies a businessman asked to take a position on the
Mayor's post by incoming "I want to thank each of you ,.t'i* }'''\ ', : ', owning property in the city amendment, Myers said.
commissioner Marc Jackson. for the 16 years that you have ', t. where he conducts his
Upon Silcox's refusal to serve allowed me to serve. I appreciate business the right to vote in FOR SALE: Medium point
Jackson withdrew his motion. very much my the city. Executive Vice- Office Shop pens, 19 cents
Silcox then nominated association with all of the city President John Myers each. $1.80 per dozen. When
commissioner Jimmy McRae employees, and I will always reported to the board's buying 6 doz, each dozen costs
with a second coming from have a feeling for you," Executive Committee last 165. Buy 12 dozen and the
Jackson.A tie vote resulted on Wiggins said to the assembly, Thursday. Since the new law price per dozen Is $1.50. Buy
McRae's election when in- among which was a number of on permanent voter our pens and save. The Office
coming commissioner Harold the city's personnel. registration is based strictlyon Shop, 135 W. Call St. Starke
Epps and Schaefer opposed, "My eight years of service the residency requirement, FOR SALE: File boxes,
with Silcox and Jackson will be an experience I will it eliminates the above guides and cards. Everythingyou
voting yes and McRae not never forget, and I do ap- category of businessmen from need for fixing a filing
voting. preciate the confidence the having a voice in the govern- system. All for sale at The
Epp's then nominated people have shown me over ment of the community Office Shop.
Schaefer for the Mayor's post the years," Tucker said.
with a second being made by Turning to the new board
Jackson. On the vote that Tucker added, "You've got
followed Silcox and McRae your work cut out for you." THE
voted no with the other three The commissioners then CHURCH
members voting yes, unanimously elected Marc FIRST BAPTIST
whereupon Schaefer was Jackson as mayor pro-tern,
declared the new mayor for re-appointed the law firm of YOUTH CHOIR
the city. Pierce and Hardy, as attorneys -
The Mayor's election for the board; MerrillG. k f ii-t1 Presents
followed a reorganizationalsession McMillan, as City Sur- _
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of the commissioner'safter T.C. Hazen Jr. ------ --- -- -- -- y -
veyor; as a
they had been sworn in member of the Board of Bond "I'M HERE, GOD'S HERE,
and taken their oath of office Trustees and Robert Cooper, A Jacksonville man died and this VW van was totally Florida Surplus Property Division. warehouse It was Brad-
Attorney Dudley Hardy as dog ;catcher, under the demolished early Saturday morning on US-301 south of ford's seventh traffic flfty\| | of the year. NOW WE CAN STARTA
rendered the oath of office to supervision of the Starke Starke when it did a nose dive into a culvert in front ol the

newly elected commissionerMarc Police Department.

seat formerly Jackson in held the by Group One 1 MayorCommissionerSchaefer appointed the Jax Man Dies 2 Hurt In CrashJacksonville I one the hour presence musical of experienceIn God

Wiggins, and to the other new commissioners to the ,
commissioner, Harold Epps following committees: Utility
who replaced former Mayor- Silcox and McRae; man Harry Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- culvert. The van Wtts windshield over the steering
Commissioner Neil Tucker in Recreation McRae and Neal Robidere, Jr., 24, died ville. James Walker, Jr, and traveling about 65 MPl| a"cI wheel and the passenger in the Composed By
the Group 3 post. Neither Jackson; Laws and Or- when the Volkswagen van he Deborah D. Walker, both 20, flew about 40 feet v-rl1"e front seat was thrown com-
Wiggins or Tucker sought reelection dinances McRae and was driving veered off US301one were listed in fair condition: crashing. The culvert is* f'ht! pletely out. RALPH CARMICHAEL end KURT KAISER
Charles Schaeferwas Schaefer; Street Jackson mile south of Starke when late Saturday.The in front of the Florida S.Ipl\Js! The traffic death marks the
also re-sworn for the and Epps; Fire Epps and the van crashed into a con- vehicle was headed Property Division Ware pw*. seventh reported this year in SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
beginning of his second term Jackson; Safety Schaeferand crete drainage culvert at the north on US-301 in the outside There were no sig Sjf, Bradford County.
of office in the Group 5 seat Silcox; Sanitation Epps entrance to the Florida lane when for unknown brakes being applied fore OCTOBER 12, 13
Prior to the re- and Silcox:; and Hardship Surplus Property Division reasons it left the pavement, the accident, according (ft the FOR SALE: Magnifying
organizational session of the Jackson and Epps. warehouse. crossed over one roadway report by Trooper 1) t. glasses' of all sizes with
' Two passengers in the van entrance,going airborne, then Roberts. The driver wtts handles. At The Office You Are Invited to AttendSHOPPING
\ eeS eeS-555SSS were injured and taken to St. crashing into the concrete thrown halfway through the Shop.
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FIRST ASSEMBLY GOD I Crime Increases As Law WID( UJBffi(! ( 01JaJBrs(! ( :


First Assembly of God would like to welcome Ito t
everyone Enforcement DecreasesWith "' a Open Mon Wect9 To 8-
come and worship with us. First Assembly is a full- '
gospel, fundamental. Bible-believing, transdenomina- t family.center
tional I Pentecostal church. First Assembly believes in the release on September recorded for the 11 counties, Commissioners we came! a\t! ....._ 0< ..,.. .... f Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
salvation of sinners, divine healing,and baptism of the 24 pointing to a 33 while the ratio of the with a total for next year:- I\f Prices Good Thur. Oct 3 Thru Sun. Oct. 6
I Holy Spirit with the initial evidence of speaking in percent increase in crime municipalities included in $177,000, which doesn't giv'4 i iff:
tongues. during the first six months of those counties, Starke is anything for expansion. 'TI'''' COZY
1974 over the same period last shown be one of the highest. increase requested Wsg
t If you are looking for more of God or it you are looking year, and a statistical report The' report shows a' 'mostly for a cost of \klsidg'
for a church that teaches, preaches, and believes the released September 26 on the population of 10,119 for the increase in the salariv Af FASHIONS
I Bible, First Assembly is the church you are looking population ratio of law en- unincorporated areas of personnel and for hl Wf :
for. It is a fast growing church that keeps Its eves on forcement personnel has Bradford County, and the prices that we are having\ t I" 9
Jesus. Come and visit with us in our of our services: brought on some more talk sworn officers to service those pay on account of InCla iC\I\,v'
from Sheriff Dolph Reddish areas is eight, according to Reddish said. Misses' Brushed Nylon
SUNDAYSCHOOL. . . . . .. 9:43AM and Police Chief Jimmy the report. The ratio is .8 While Bradford Count Is 1
I :MORNING. \\' . . 11:00 AM Bowen. officers for each 1,000 rated as the lowest cour\ \ I ivi WALTZ GOWN
CSERVICE . . 7:00PM Bradford County is one population. The national the District 3 region, the Qity \
I \\EU.MGIIT PRAYER&BIBLE STUDY 7:30 PM among 11 counties making up average is 1.2 officers per of Starke, among We
FRIDAY NIGHT YOUTH SERVICE . 7:00PM: Region 3 of the Governor's 1,000, and the average for the municipalities included Iji the 100" Brushed Nylon
I ASSEMBLY OF GOD GOSPEL HOUR SUNDAY Advisory Council on Criminal 11 county district is 1.1) officers report, shows a better S/oi'M Tricot waltz gowns.
WPXE. UIO! ) . . . .. . . 8:35 AM: Justice, and in their report per 1,000. officer ratio. Quarter length sleeve $ O99
I released September 26, When asked about the below With a population of $M%: with scoop-neck styling
I -Pastor Charles Whatley Bradford County's ratio of law level rating for Bradford the local police force \\jf ((5: Assorted colors. EACH
Itchg I enforcement sworn officers to County,Sheriff Dolph Reddish sworn officers comes out v\irt) Sizes S-M-L.
t population is the lowest one said, "Well, it's really worse a 2.9 ratio for each )>(Mty)
__ __ _S S___-_ _--- __ than what the report indicates population. In cities ypdeY, Misses' Brushed
since we have only 10,000 population the r8\ICI Is Nylon
four sworn deputies in service 1.9 the report said. HoWin '\!"er',
and added another just a few the South Atlantic Ra",, LONG GOWN
months ago whose service will which includes Florida atyiaU) : 4
not become fully effective of it's municipalities the f>itib! '< < 100" Brushed Nylon
50 ZJke VoieriO&arhe until after he has completedhis is 2.3 sworn officers per {1.00\) ) ', tricot gowns. Assorted
schooling in about six population. f. ".f f., floor length long sleeve $
months." "They must have incletled',, '- styles to choose from. 399
"Our department would( my radio operators anti tNa ,, Several neck styles to
need 12 full time deputies justto office help. I have only\ 11) : :. ,, a see Many pastel colors.
come up to the national sworn officers inciting 'j Sizes S-lvf-L
average," Reddish said. myself," Police Chief Jimmy ,
"Of course it's all a matterof Bowen said when asked 'Ooi't t i /d7y
money too, and when the report.
compared to some of the other "I'm doing all I can to @ b i
I would like to say thank you for counties in the state our what I've got, which is l littl9 I. \
is If the '
position even worse. enough. budget fireg
your vote and support as your Okeechobee County with a stand as they are I will 1ogb :. ,
City Commissioner I will do the population of 14,460 had a another man. My originM '. {
budget last year of $445000, budget for next year wag set
very best jOb that I can always t't almost $3 per resident; at $165,928 and when tjiv (

remembering you, the taxpayer L "t i DeSoto County with a commissioner's got through, (

when I am conducting City Business. ,,-J,;,. '..oil&: $486,000 population, or of about 14,400$3.30 budgeted per with$151,074.it they A had cut reduced of ap t\"ili I Kj _

resident, while Bradford bad 15000." Bowen said as
to get along on a limited Other counties Inc ludE(J ih
Thank You, budget of $151,000 for( it's the District 3 Region it\\ addition L _
\ 14,760 people. That figures to to Bradford, ge:
HAROLD EPPS about $1.02 for each of us Alachua, Columbia, Difiie,
Commissioner living in Bradford County," Gilchrist HamlJ\tI. ..
Group3FAMILYSIZE Misses' Fleece "
Reddish said. Lafayette, Madil\t1. "
"In our budget approvedlast Suwannee, Taylor and tJ.lot', ,
month by the County LONG ROBESDecorative 1\
n ____
EEf CPEECby party look long fleece {

BETTER MULTI-TEMPERATURE hostess robe. Glittery metallic braidd
covers front zipper and trims ,
WASHER tl/ GAS DRYER with sleeves. 2 neck styles to choose *
\ Permanent Press Cycle v from. Assorted colors. Sizes 1018Misses' i
with Permanent Press ,

Permanent Press Cycle Neil Crawto d
MODEL WWA 5400P Three Temperature Selections
/ Normal Delicate No-Heat Fluff
GE Filter-Flo Wash System Manual Selection of' Drying Time The Bradford Bassmabllrawill \ $988
Four Wash Cycles-Normal, Per- Shop
up to 130 Minutes invade Orange iAnq {
manent Press with .
cold water
Separate Button
cooldown, Activated Soak, Del- 6 ( Standing Pilot Light Lochloosa Lake October 18thwith "
Icata a tournament sche4ie)
Three Wash-Temperature and to begin at 7 a.m. and end at V Nylon NSHORY' ow
Rinse-Temperature Combinations BOTH ONLY
Including special cold water selections / p.m.Bassmasters will put \fl\ #t ROBES
Nell's Fish Camp on Ww!* 11
I For
Three Water Levels $43900Sawy.r Creek. There are no betted two "Chill-Chaser" fleece short
I lakes in the state of FkWltfv length robe.Assortment of button
The lakes are connected > front styles Flattering neck
famous Cross Creek.Bassmaster lines. Quarter length sleeve. Christmas
Bill TU 1 ley. ) Sizes 1020.; Several colors to
Slade landed a 10 pound bas) \\f\ choose. 1 .1
Orange Lake a couple of yegy* Lay
ago. He holds the Club ree4rQ:)

Gas and Air Conditioning with Tickets the catch.are still being IIClIJ $599 L -A. .

for the two prizes to be g\vfl\
away Nov. 19. Contact ehj WaPage
332 Madison Starke, Fla. 964.7701 Bradford Bassmaster far o



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Second Primary Bradford County Vote Tabulations Career Day ProgramI I U.S 301'k S&W MUFFLER SHOPS STARKE, FLA.INDEPENDENT .

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1- Le"tev City Hall 8q q() 6q 106 '50 12 81' 83 69 120 Day program will be held in Bradford County y
2 Lawtey Recreation Hall 69 59 39 83 74 51 85 ,60 129 29 the Bradford County High I Sheriff's Office (Law En- .. L
School Library from 9:00: forcement), Bradford County
3 County Pair Building 112 36 26 52 34 46 43 28 39 41 11:30: a.m. on Tuesday, October Health Department MUFFLERS W BRAKESJHOCKS

4 Volunteer Fire 82 37 36 '70; 06; 62 61 '52 '56' 68 I 8, 1974. (Medicine-Nursing), STARTERS
This program is offered to University of Florida Law
5 BUS Au4ltoriuw 157 85 94 141. 111 128 116 106 106 135 the junior and senior classes School (Mr. Ron Spencer GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 ELEC rRW AI

6 -Norman's Residence 74 34 32' 74 40 65 54 46 23 88 and to the Public. Law,), Gainesville Tower ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS
A short assembly for the (Mr. Howard Blish and Mr.
7 RJE High School 98 48 '51 Q2 71 67 81 73 116 35 juniors and seniors will be Chuck Ellis Aviation),
8 Old Armory Building 115 7 5 55 121 80 96 89 72 67 115 held from 9:00: 9:15: in the Bradford Board of Realtors -
school auditorium. Seniors (Real Estate), Insurance -
9 So SUe ElelD School 124 91 64 148 92 119 113 90 97 124 will spend approximately IVi Field Representative, and I

10 There..a COlD House 61 85 52 91 47 99 79 66' 71 67 hours with the representativesand other representatives from
juniors will spend approximately the varied programs at the I
11 IIIImpton City Hall 79 67 39 101 65 76 66 73 73 79 one hour. Bradford-Union Vocation- -- : I
12 Starke Public Library 55 40 30 60 29 47 119 49 65 34 At the College and Career Technical Center. tt
Day program you will find
13A Tervlllegar Motors 111 70 61. 113 84 91 85 88 99 83 representatives from neigh ,

1.3B Ratl1rt' Residence 20 16 15 19 10 29 23 1.7 13 29 state boring universities community technical colleges GF, CommunityWin

14 New Armory Building 47 42 24 64 38 49 116 43 47 44 trades, industry, armed Openers

15A Brooker Comm House 46 44 33 57 34 60 113 40 20 79 services the vocational-technical professionals and I I Guaranty Federal and

1.5B Dobb' Residence 36 28 12 47 29 33 38 17 10 57 center"Those represented will Community State Bank got
be: Army, Navy, Marines, Air going in the right direction
Precinct Vota. 1305 937 732 1449 949 1243 1058 1.053 1100 1.227 Force, Coast Guard, National Monday afternoon as both won
ABSENTEE VOTES 58 39 29 60 51. 43 51 47 75 44 Guard, College ROTC their opening games of the WITH PURCHASE OF
Edward Waters 1974 Small Fry Flag Football
TOTAL VOTES FOR 1363 976 761. 1509 1000 1286 1109 1100 1175 1.271 I College program,University of Florida. League
Florida State University. Guaranty Federal met BIG BRAZIER
Second Union County Vote Tabulationus Florida A & M University. Andrews Drugs in the first
Jacksonville University, game. Both teams got off to a
University of South Florida. shaky first half as neither
... Rou.-26th Cow-D a2 So BeI-D'" FRIES & COKE
us Ben.tor S.ov State CMmt -- Columbia College, Stratford could get their offense going
PlllCIIIC'I'' POI.LI1IG race ::... = W' :::.. =_ ..:' :::.: = .. ==- = =- ::-..: =- =, Women's College, Flagler but in the second half
094 106 10"95/ Santa Fe Community Guaranty came up with two
.. 100 93 690- College
1 L4 lluta..r: c. Conter 10"81 109 139 90 touchdown
165 167 11" College,St.Johns River Junior big plays by Craig
2 blror4 Co..nity Conter 143 181 65 251 1'2 112 190 1280- Com- Sapp and took the lead 130.
.. 01 1<>0 1<>0 141 121 13B '" College, City
l27 no
3A Worthington C. Contor 112 10'1 52 146 10' 1"" Late in the game Rickie
College, Massey DAIRY
Rooolol1 Pro Co. Conter 33 1t1 22 5" 35 105 ItIo .330- -0- 101 40 31 49 Business College and Fender put Andrews on the I QUEEN
itA PrD"id.ne. Cam C.nter 78 '8 19 B5 56 5'J' 64 61 50 85 60 6'1"s Technical Institute, Jones Scoreboard with a touchdownrun .m
Rou.1oS'ProJ Cow Conter 4 '1'1 11 11'\ 9It 60 84 1 _.0_ -0- 61 11' 11" 60 College Patricia Stevens but it wasn't enough as 1401 N. Temple Ave.
1'J' P95B Guaranty won the game 137.
'A Palo.ttoe Co...C.nter 10 18 12 85 10 21 III 8 00 2'1'10 Finishing School, Florida
Oi0 85 114 15 67 Dental The second game of the
-0- of Medical and
lek. lluta..r: Con Cent.r 8' 116 41 1"' C'I Q8 88 College
128 172 611 60' 754 693ABBEn'EB Assistants E.I. DuPont afternoon saw Kentucky Fried FLA
66It 541
646 711
649 617 291 968 brazier.STARKE
Pre inot
.. Chicken and Community State
50 <1 DeNemours and Company :
36 1t1 24 6 14 33
VOTI'B 31 45 17 57 39 Bank Community came
Sunland Training
8. 80HOW'S
4 166
680 308 1025 695 oo 7'871 1' with
1 .rA'vane row 722 County Forester and Forest away a 12-0 victory.


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Adolph Gay 1 :
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1 IcV The weather seems to be breaking to give our folks an I

,, ";well Lawson 1 : opportunity to get some hay in the barn and to proceed with
plans to establish winter pastures. Many folks are planningto

James Lewis plant Rye Ryegrass and Oats even though they realize s f
t that these will be expensive crops to grow this year. I

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Rye is the small grain most widely used for winter grazing.

In Starke Rye is more cold tolerant than oats and generally producesmore
forage than either oats or wheat. Avoid planting

Centennial unadapted varieties grown in northern states. Normally rye
from northern states will produce little forage in late fall or

1957 .-----. early winter and will usually be severely damaged by leaf

i Varieties for late fall and early winter grazing are Wrens

editorial Abruzzi Gator, Florida Black, and Weser.
: Elks OfficialTo

---------------- MAN- Varieties for winter and early spring grazing are McNair

Visit Starke Vitagraze, Pennington Wintergrazer 70, Acco WR-811,
the w Gurley Grazer, Explorer Athens Abruzzi and Elbon.

Transition BoondoggleSomething Lodge No.1802 endangeredSpecies ": -L "
Oats may be used for either grain or forage production.
Varieties recommended are Coker 227, Florida 501 and Elan.

think about Jesse O. Miller of S._ art .UM N. H 'FS Cavwn.J
to during rsf.G.
your In the case of Mr. Nixon, however for
St.Augustine will make an Ryegrass is a valuable winter and spring grazing crop

next sleepless night: General Services Administrator Art official visit to the Starke 1802 ............ ............................. .......... ........... use on our flatwoods soils. Ryegrass may be seeded alone or
Sampson flew to San Clemente to confer Elks Lodge at its Monday with a small grain on prepared seedbed or overseeded onto

It will cost American taxpayers well with Nixon aides Ron Ziegler and Oct. 7, meeting in his capacityas permanent grass pastures. Seeding ryegrass with a small

over a million dollars a year to support Stephen Bull, then got together with district deputy grand FORESYRYTerry grain crop lengthens the grazing season. Varieties are
exalted ruler. Florida Rust Resistant Gulf, Magnolia Northrup King,
citizen"'Richard Nixon in his
"private Budget Director Roy Ash and decided to Tetrablend 444, and Pennington Wintergreen.
accustomed style of living. ask for the royal sum of $850,000 for the The Elkettes of 1802, under I II I IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Forester ----------

Nixon "transition." President Gerald the leadership of Mrs. Eddie II Speaking of ryegrass October 1-15 is the time to overseed
Government officials testified last Starling will! serve a fried II your lawn with ryegrass if you want a green lawn this winter.
Ford obligingly sent the to
request on
chicken dinner to the local thereIs
seeding rate varies depending on whether
that 22 Federal Ryegrass
week employees Congress with his blessing. members, visiting Elks from The weather is a commonly ground level by contract. The grass growing on the area and if so what kind of grass.
drawing salaries totaling over $420,000 the 11 lodges of the Northeast logger also realizes that the of
discussed topic by many of us Bare areas should be seeded at a rate pounds per 1,000
are working for the former President at Thanks to a subcommittee headed by District and their wives at 7 all of the time, but did you most valuable part of the treeis square feet. St.Augustine Centipede, and Carpet lawns

his spread in San Clemente California.Not Rep. Tom Steed of Oklahoma, this p.m. at the Elks Lodge on ever really stop and seriously in it's butt log because of the should be seeded at 3-4 pounds per 1,000 square feet. Bahia

only thatbut some of the salaries amount cut in half but it will still North Temple Avenue. Mrs. think about the weather and size. When these snow depthsget lawns at 2-3 pounds per 1,000 square feet and Bermuda lawnsat
was Don will be in
the Rawlings how it effects forest logging too deep the logger pulls 10 pounds per 1,000 square feet.
being paid are actually over legal
cost the Secret Service at least another charge of entertainment for operations? I doubt that out and waits for warm
limit set by law. $622,000 a year to protect "private the visiting ladies. you have actually given manyof it weather or for the snow to Overseeded lawns must be cared for as your normal lawn

citizen" Nixon and the members of his much thought. But believe settle. Some of the high grass. Mowing will be required but will be less frequent.
Under existing Congressional appropriations Miller became a member of foresters and loggers give country of the west has a Water is important because overseeded grasses need
the total for Nixon's staff is family. the St.Augustine lodge in 1966, me this subject plenty of thought. serious snow and ice problemfor adequate moisture to look nice, 1 inch a week is sufficient.
advancing through the loggers. Ernie A. used to Fertilization every 2 months with a 6-6-6 at a rate of 12 poundsper
be $96,000 but the
supposed a year, The size cost, and complexity of Mr. various lodge offices to Let's take a moment and log in the Rockies and said 1,000 square feet will give excellent green color
still has 20 staff aidesof
ex-President over Nixon's style of "private citizen" living become exalted ruler in 1971. look at some weather con- that he loved it. Asked why he throughout the winter.
twoRonald the dis- In his office he will
present ,
Ziegler, should certainly cause our Founding ditions and their effects on came back to Wisconsin he ----------
credited former White House press serve as consultant betweenthe logging. First of all, let's retorted in Swedish style, Don't forget our annual Calf Scramble that will start at
secretary whose credibility gap was Fathers and early Presidents to wonder'in grand lodge and the 11 discuss the problems found in "The last winter I was there it 6:45: p.m., Saturday, October 12, at the Fairgrounds in
amazement (if they were alive today) lodges comprising the Nor
wider than the Grand Canyonnow the north. To make a point, I snowed so hard we had to Starke.
what a retired presidential "privatecitizen" theast Florida District.Miller's two hours
will Introduce a Swedish spend plowing
drawing $42,500 annually for private could possibly do to require the logger by the name of Ernie A. roads every day before we This project, sponsored bj; the Starke-Bradford County

services to Mr. Nixon and Raymond K. 20 or 30 staff aides now working for Mr. visitation will in- who has spent most of his 50 could even start moving woodto Chamber of Commerce and supported by numerous
Price, Jr., at $40,000are over the clude examination and auditof years logging the hardwood the mill. Boy oh boy how businesses, clubs organizations and individuals is one of the
'\ present legal limit. Mr. Nixon's private Nixon being paid by assorted local lodge records country of northwestern can a man make a living like most important youth activities we have.
governmental agencies at. taxpayer assisted by Past Exalted Wisconsin. In those years of that?"
Rose is
secretary, Mary paid expense. Ruler Cecil B. Blue Jr. and and downs he has learnedto I hope you will make a special effort to come on out to see,
precisely on the button, at the $36,000 Secretary-emeritus P.I. ups live with Wisconsin's harsh We don't have to worry support and enjoy this outstanding event.

limit. Garcia, members of the winters and wet unpredictable about the snow and cold herein
St.Augustine Lodge. Exalted summers. He Florida. But we sure do

The White House has generously put Ruler Drew Dupont Jr. will learned many years ago that have plenty of heavy rains

another eight aides at Mr. Nixon's dis- Assist head the visiting delegationfrom his logging operations would that cause problems instead.

posal, and the total salaries of the 21 Jaycees Miller's home lodge. ha ve to stop every year duringthe In our flatwoods country like rEEA.NEWSSENIOR
all know
Bradford County we
weeks of spring thaw.
aides will for fullyear's
come to $450,000 a
wet things get
.... ..... ... Weather controlled this period how sloppy
.................. rains. Not
"service, unless Congress Old Fashion and he knew it. It was the after a few good
somehow intervenes to cut down on this DayIt unpredictable heavy rains only does the logger have to
; Swede stop during the rainstorm but
disgraceful boondoggle.In that gave the become CHAPTERThe
often the flatwoods
problems."Every time I got a
= little hill to climb on the woods saturated to the point where Bradford Sr. Chapterheld duction Secretary Debbie

addition to his $42.000 stipend.Ziegler is encouraging to see the Starke .............................. road, it pours!" logging through.equipment Either just can't the their first meeting on Douglas;, daughter!; of Mr. and

receives up to $40 a day in Jaycees joining forces with the Mer- get to sandhill September 24, called to elect Mrs.:Edward-Douglas. Debbie
"living expenses, while "privatecitizen" Old NIX ON ERA Often time his sons would operation moves new officers for the 1974.75 has been in FFA for three
chants Association to stage an shuts down until the
Nixon's butler is paid $12,000 have plenty of valuable logs ridge or school year. On Sept. 26, the and treasurer duringthe
Fashion Day celebration in Starke this To The Editor: woods dry up. Then comes the years
cut in the woods but Erniecouldn't new officers left for Leadership
annually and the Nixon maid 1973-74 school She
8000. year.
weather of winter.
weekend in to restore them out for dry
a joint project get School at Camp O'Leno was State Demonstration
Soon the Equal Rights easier but it
These and other raids on the public Saturday as a highlight of the week, Amendment (ERA) will againbe weeks because of the rain. Logging becomes gets very important to State Park at High Springs. winner; Reporter Charles
business and as it What about the snow? Parts ofMichigan's There they were told of some Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
treasury have spotlighted the abused combining brought to the floor of the Upper Peninsula keep an eye on equipment of the to their
ways improve W. E. Has been in
of so-called used to be the "good old days. Florida legislature for vote. making sure no sparks touch ;
practice providing "tran m There is at least one com- have already received snow wildfire. chapter. The people who will the FFA for three years and
sition" money by the General Services pelling the this fall. In some of these off a costly be carrying out this task as Sentinel during the 1972-73

Administration to outgoing Presidentsin Time was, when Saturday was the big amendment reason should why not be areas it will pile up four feet Throughout these times a officers are: school year. Charles has beenan

recent years. It is a practice of which day of the week, bringing folks to town ratified.To deep before the spring thaw big mill must keep operating. President, Andy C. Baldree active member in the FFAin

most Americans were unaware until Mr. from miles around, for a leisurely day of comes next May. It costs far too much to let a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. trying out for contests the

Nixon's astounding request for $850,000 shopping as well as visiting d socializing show this reason clearly! Loggers in those parts have major pulp or sawmill shut Baldree. Andy has been in the FFA offers; Sentinel David
let us use an example. Sup- down for even a day. Now you FFA for four and Baldree son of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
with friends and often had to shovels years was
for his "transition" to private life. their neighbors. pose we go into a store and see carry see why the weather effects the for the 1973- A. Baldree. Has been in the
Many of the local store's would remain on a shelf a can. The only labelon with them to dig out the tree'sstump not only the farmer but the 74 school vice-president He has been an FFA for three years and was

Even if a modest transition sum could open as late as ten o'clock at night to the can is "FOOD." Wouldwe bound since they are usually theHOME forester and logger as well. active member year. in the FFA Sentinel during the 1973-74
to cut trees
be justified in the case of Presidents give folks plenty of time to get in the buy it? Probably not. We and placed second in the Sea- school year. David placed
of and other would want to know what kindof board Coastline Con- fifth in Forest Management at
returning to private life under normal week's supply groceries Forestry
food we were buying in that the state convention this
circumstances (and we have yet to be family needs, and then sit around a while can. We would be interested in NOTESFROM test Hutchins; Vice-president, is the daughter, Becky of P. Chaplain Zed Hamilton year son;

convinced that it isit) is an affront to and "chew the fat." what ingredients are presentin C. Hutchins Sr. and has beenin of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.

the taxpaying public to even suggest that can of food. Now, may I YOUR EXTENSION : the FFA for four years and Hamilton. Has been in the

paying such a princely sum to one Then, for some reason the emphasison point" out that the wordRights' : HOMEri] was the secretary during the FFA for two years and held

resigning from office to avoid impeachment shopping habits changed and in the Equal Rights / A&L. ECONOMICS 1973-74 school year. Beckywas the office of vice-president
Amendment coincides with second in Artistic during the 1973-74 school year.
for "high crimes and misde- Thursday and Friday became the big the can of "Food." If you :....::. I' Arrangement and she was the Zed placed second in State

meanors." shopping days, and by the time should be sufficiently In- .!.. BY KATHY BROWN Outstanding Girl FFA'er in Demonstration in his division.All .

Saturday afternoon rolled around the terested and read the Bradford County in 1973; seven officers will attend
As pointed out by columnist Joseph C. streets became almost deserted as folks amendment nowhere will you manufacturers Treasurer Tommy Miller, the national convention in

llarsch as recently as 1953 Harry S. headed out of town on weekend trips to find any mention of what the For the past two weeks. I take many advantage of may new nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Kansas City October 12, for
Truman got aboard a train with the rights are that you will havean have been discussing Infor- in design, James Peterson. He has beenin one week. Also attending the
members of his own family and simply nearby lakes or other vacation spots. equal share. Isn't that odd? mation about the selection and and materials. A FFA for three years and national convention will be
Perhaps the automobile can be "blamed"or It is indeed! Instead of you purchase of a mobile home. reporter during the 1973-74 FFA senior chapter member,
home exceed the
"went home" to Independence, Mo. On given the credit for this change in the having the inalienable rights With the cost of housing in- Standard mobile may performance school year Tommy was Kim Tenly and Mr. and Mrs.

I entering the house, the first thing he did status of Saturday putting the popula- which were the basis for the creasing at such a rapid rate, Also, a manu- State Demonstration winnerat Gregory Alvarez. Mr. Alvarezis
and tote the to Constitution will find that homes- becomingmore requirements. of the Advisors.
was to unpack bags up you mobile are Daytona Beach this year one Chapter
tion on wheels, as it were, and making it facturer may produce more
the attic, and quickly reverted to being a the ERA ursurps those rightsto and more popular as a than one model for example, and was Area II Proficiency -Charles Ferguson
to out of town.
easy get beauracracy to decide what solution for the housing winner in Pro-
plain citizen in his old home town. as economy model and a Reporter
they are and how and where problem. All over Florida

As a civic project, the Jaycees offered they will be administered.This especially, mobile homes are deluxe model.
In those days no one had proposedthat their services to the Starke merchantsin will require MORE being seen increasingly. Items to consider for your JUNIOR CHAPTERThe I

the Federal government provide government. More govern individual family needs are:
of to enable former staging an Old Fashion Day with an ment will mean more taxes to Last week I discussed some Suitable floor plan. Sufficient Jr. Chapter of the Some members of the senior
large sums
, money auction sale, live music dunking pay for the administrative of the facts about financing Adequate Bradford Future Farmers of and junior chapters are
with them from storage space.
presidents to carry machine and other attractions to be complex to "enforce" the insuring and other basic costs. kitchen facilities, Adequate America elected officers for selling chances for a hind and
Washington some of the pomp and circumstance mounted in a roped-off block of South amendment. This must be the Fire and theft insurance are bathroom facilities. Suitable the year 1974-75 as follows: fore-quarter of U. S: Choice

they have become accustomed Walnut Street, between Call and underlying objective of those required by law if you finance interior design. President, Harold Waters, Beef. Donation is one dollar.
to in recent years. Dwight D. commendable actively working to gain its your mobile home. However son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold The beef is to be given away at
Eisenhower returned to his farm at Madison.This a gestureon passage; otherwise, there if you paid cash you still need Other items regarding the Waters, Sr. of Hampton. He is the Calf Scramble on Saturday -
the part of the Jaycees and demon- would be no reason to advocate insurance for your own quality of materials and work- in the ninth grade at Bradford Oct. 12. You need not be
Mr. Truman ,
Gettysburg as modestly as in the economic it as all matters You also want
strates their interest protection. may manship may include: School and is 14 present to win.
returned to Independence, although by welfare of the community.A associated with rights can be insurance on your personal Windows; do they open? old High; Vice-President, Steve years -Kathy Baker
that time Congress had passed the resolved by mutual belongings. And a credit life Screens; metal of plastic? Alvarez son of Mr. and Mrs. ReporterSmokeySaytt

Former Presidents Act. providing agreement between individuals policy will pay the loan Doors; easily locked? Roof Steven Alvarez Sr., of Starke.
lot of effort into making a
goes consistent with in the
the the
for ex-Presidents and their balance on Siding Wall construction He is 14 old and is in the
pensions years
success of a project of this kind, and it original spirit of the Con event of the purchaser's insulation floor construction. ........... .
widows as well as office and a ninth grade at Bradford High 'o' ... ..............
space stitution the
cannot be a success without the cooper- or by Courts. death. A wise choice of insurance School Secretary, Sonya
staff. Since it is done coverage should be a Plumbing, heating and ; :
ation of the public. being Doesn't this Tenly daughter of Mr. and
Equal Rights of life in the electrical should also
Since then YOUR and entertainment basic part your systems Mrs. Sonny Tenly of Starke.
a generous Congress has for pleasure Amendment contain within it home. be examined for materials
increased the emoluments to $900,000 it is hoped that you will respond by the regressive principle so new used and proper installation. .She is 14 years old and is in the

for "transition" costs, to be divided coming to Starke next Saturday joiningin vigorously fought and opposedby There is an annual state Make sure the electrical ninth grade at Bradford High
School Treasurer Tressie
between and the fun and helping Saturday the Founding Fathers that license fee assessed by the system is adequate for any ; ,
incoming outgoing presidents put Government is the source of Department of Highway Baldree, daughter of Mr. and Y-
and vice presidents. back on the map as "a big day in town." rights to be doled out to Safety and Motor Vehicles appliances the future.you plan on buyingin Mrs. C. A. Baldree of Starke.

citizens in amount and kind according to the size of your She Is in the ninth grade at

decided by some beauracratic mobile home. The license Don't be in a hurry! Take Bradford High School and is 14 .
system or as favor to plate is to be placed on the time to look around years old; Reporter, Kathy
pRQ'4' BRADFORD CoSINCE government supporters? back bracket of your home. Baker daughter of Mr. and
'INS if place Mrs. Jeff Baker of Hampton.She .
However you your
.O 1879- Isn't this an issue that all of mobile home on your own WARRANTIESThe is in the eleventh grade at

n crtre p4 us ordinary} citizens should"I property you. may file with Bradford High School and is 16
N rc ,recognize as directly opposed the tax assessor's office and manufacturer of the years old; Sentinel Roy Hart
to our ultimate welfare and mobile home will be mobile home will provide a son of Mr and Mrs. Wilton
hence bestir ourselves beforewe your Included in the tax assessmentof warranty stating the con- Hart of Hampton. He is 14

4r1ON BOBG.FERGUSON-JOHN MILLER lose by default and ask our the land (real property). ditions and the amount of time years old and is In the ninth
Publishers representatives in he guarantees the workman- grade at Bradford High AMERICA.UiheBeAutifuU
Tallahassee to ship. Some manufacturersnow School Donald .
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office M Starke, Fla. under Act vote NO on the ; Chaplain O.
ERA? GENERAL CONSTRUCTION carry a year's warrantyon Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs.D. !
of March 3 1879.
AND WORKMANSHIP materials and workman- O. Hamilton of Starke. He
Subscription rate in trade area: 96 per year: 43.50 six(month -Vincent, G.Gay Although mobile homes soldin ship. Check the warranty Is 15 years old and Is in the
Outside trade area: 47 per year M.OO six month R. 2, Box 124-A Florida are constructed to ) to determine what is tenth grade at Bradford High Keep It Out war-

#1" Phone 964-6306!: Starke. Re.j Starke,Fla. the ANSI Standard A 119.1, Included School Pre.... forest fires. I

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executive to audit books Senior board Treasurer and met Citizens Sept.prepare EmmaMorton's 17 c d ;:) ROUNDSTEAK

activities for the remainder of .
this year. Auditors Lewis .
Smith Sophie Fisher, and 1 r t.
Della Speed reported financial
conditions of our Club in A-l
shape. A vote of thanks was
proposed for Emma by
Elinore Thurston and passedby .
acclamation for her
diligent work. yo:

The discussion of minor ,1 I r 39eJ
changes to our by-laws endedup

favorably. .. ,.. rtiRr'
It was agreed unanimously
that we would have a pot-luck eFEF PEOl
lunch, with funny hats, jokes .
songs, and yesapples to l ,;r' .
celebrate our Halloween Jr""' -
party.So get those hats ready,
folks.We need some fun in our

lives at our Christmas party a' PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 3
December 10.Everyone EooaShe IK V11NM1/1T Quantity RightsReservea
is asked to bring a W i1 X it.1.I ie
gift valued at $2 plus tax. $ 1x19 U'iucw. LB WINN'OIXIC' STOKES. INC. THRU WED. OCT. 9
Those of you who want to W111h N 11 11 CHOICE j COPYRIGHT 1974
include your name in the
package may do so. We'll


stay meaning before home social this in year our and club lives.is play gone.A has We cards. can no CH C ROAST GROUND BEEF: SLiCEifRYj CON

checkers, chess, have ice
cream, cake and coffee, etc.
Our club is just a little bit
different. We have 35 to 50- SAVE $ 99 SAVE

sometimes 60members at W-D IAVI40.RAND PURI 1 0
our meetings. We are "non 31 e 10eLa
88 GROUNDBEEF 6 -. __ s 1 99
partisan, and petition our w11X.IXr a. Iel!A "" r:a
legislators locally on, federal our needs, state and and U. CHOICE LB. SAVE 1-LB.

ANY grievances.POLITICAL We don't PARTY.support LB. 5 ..L ;.$399 PKG. $170 PKG.

This is our American lifestyle
the Constitution of the United
States of America: "We, the
people of these United States T-BONE STEAK HAM _.
of America," ....etc. This is N
the t first sentence leading into
our Declaration of Indepen- SAVE
dence. We must guard this -.79 SAVB lit ..It.SAVE
basic right.We, the people are $ WHOLE HAM 2i / 31'
supreme and we must
NKYKR( lose sight of that SAVE LI. 78eSAVB LI.
ba.. e tact. OICE SHANK 5 8''
31e aOc
When members of our clubor 1-LB.
( non-members) have IB. BAG
troubles with social security LB. 69e IB
medicare, medicaid, or foodstamps LB. Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.W ..
they can, if they wantto
help. We are ready, able and I SAVE 12e THRIFTY MAID GREEN SAVE 290 THRIFTY MAID CS OR WK
willing.If have troubles or Baking Hens 49 Shoulder Roast LB. $139 14-01. 14-01.
problems,you come and ask- L. Lima Beans 3 CANS 88C Corn 0 0 0 0 0 4 CANS 88C
Where would we be today Chuck Steak 98C Round Steak $179 16-01. 16..
without social security, L. IB. Potatoes 0 0 0 0 0 3 CANS 88c . 4 CANS 88C
SAVE 21c l.W.D
welfare? Answer: In the Stew Meat $139 NOW S-oi. .
3 88C 4 88C
POOR FARMS. 0 0 00. 98C.WD Sausage 0 0 0 0 CANS CANS
Hindquarters I lb.

lation Roosevelt into, who being put in this the legis-mid- Strip Steaks. . ll. $198 Cubed BRAND USDA CHOICE.Steaks BEEP TENDER 5 rKa$989 Applesauce 3 Ss 88C Pork & Beans 5 Ss 88CSAVE

1930's. we are still able to get SAVE 40c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP WHOLE SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID CUT THRIFTY MAIDSpaghetti
by in spite of chronic inflation. CUT ft WRAPPED PREETenderloins MILD CURED (QUARTER SLICED) HICKORY "'/ (
Yes! There's still hope LB. $249 Smoked Ham LB.88C Green Beans 4 Ss 88C 0 0 0 0 5 < r88
because there are Senior 0 0 0 .
Citizens Clubs in every stateof
the country. Only through ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL U.S. No. 1 REGULAR VENT VUE
these organizations do we geta 1 LAND O SUNSHINEBUTTER /
fair shake in our bounteous
economy. A line from an old = = POTATOESSAVI
song comes to mind.... "Just o SONSHIN(
last night after tea, Rocke- '
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poor.We"meet Tuesday,Oct. 8, at 30c

1 p.m in the Pratt Street
Recreation Hall. Come enjoy 1-LB. 68c 0 68..

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Hampton meet at the Senior regular NEWS Citizenswill time, 3O 10MA14 E, SAVI POTATOES lOc-JUMBO CUT SWIIT ROLLSVIVA 8 8 9 8 .. TURKEY CHICKEN

7:30: p.m. Friday, Oct. 4. YECN TOWELS I -a=. f VEAL
The First Aid Class will be 20oz. 4 6-... CAN-THRIFTY MAID PKG. : SALISBURY
held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. BOTTLES
3, at the Hampton City Hall. FRUIT DRINKS
Mr. Ezzell's physical
education classes have

jog program.for mileage Students a which voluntarily is kept Potted Meat 6 CANS 3'01. 88C Chicken CHICKEN NOODLE Soup 5 'CNs,; "S8c Grapes 3 'IS.88C Orange Juice 2 Ss 98C

up chart. They are striving to VEO. orTomato SAVE 12c CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTERPastries Tomatoes LB.38C Fruit Pies 22'01. 68C
reach 25,50,and 75 miles. This Soup 6'CNs 88C 2 :Kst;: 88C PIES
0 0 0 0
Terry Holt, with 6 miles,
followed by Danny Wolfe withFR1EN1S Vegetables .8 :s. 88C Bread 0 0 0 0 2 l0AYt588C LB.12c Entrees .2 98C
&NEIGHBORS Corn 8 CANS..01. 88C Rolls 2 Mst 88e Onions 0 0 3 & 48C Cheese Pizza Size 68C
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Rhoden and son, Mark, were CRACKIN' GOOD SAVE 6c DIXIE DARLING '10'sc.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. PKGS. 3 LBS. 48C 'KG. 98C
Godwin and daughter, Saltines 0 0 0 2 $100 Pecan Twirls 2 :ic':;;. 88C

Kelly, in Trenton last ..
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I .::::aaa LEGALS KJaaaaaaaaaaaaa LEGALS CDcaaaaa: Benita FranklinIs Community NewsELIZABETH

VIOLA C. ALLEN has made CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR FLORIDA, IN AND FOR before October 17, 1974, and file CHURCH NEWS Alt. Pisgah/ AME Church.
Application to the Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL BRADFORD COUNTY the original with the Clerk of this Benita Franklin, a Senior at Free Canaan True Church Rev. Franklin pastor. Church
County Zoning Board for ACTION. CASE NO. 74249.IN Court either before service on Bradford County high School, of God In Unity Elder Sampson School, 10 a.m. Communion
reclassification of the property CIVIL ACTION Plaintiff's attorney or immediately and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White pastor. Prayer Service will be given at the 11
described below from EA to OR. RE: The marriage of thereafter; otherwise Robert Franklin, Jr. ofLawte' Meeting Wednesday and a.m. and 5 p.m services..
78 Acres in Section 31 Township7S \ CASE No.74-242 a default will be entered against has been named a Friday nights. Sunday ser-
Range 22E. Located off Hwy BETTY P. MAJOR you for the relief demanded in semi-finalist in the National vices begin with Church New (Hope Baptist Church.
325 South of Hampton.This Wife/Petitioner, GUARANTY FEDERAL the complaint Achievement Scholarship School at 10 a.m. Morning Rev. L.W Mosley pastor.
change in classification is SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION WITNESS my hand and the Program for Outstanding Worship at 11. At 6 p.m. the Church School 10 a.m.
subject to a public hearing to beheld and OF GAINESVILLE a seal of this Court on this 17th Negro Students. pastor and congregation will Morning Worship at 11. Afternoon -
on Tuesday October 29, corporation, Plaintiff, vs. EARL day of September 1974.GILBERT She is one of 1,400 seml- } render services at Little Rock Service, 4 p.m

1974 at 7:30: p.m. in the County ROY L. MAJOR Husband/ WALKER JR: and BRIGITTE K. ar Holiness Church Elder
Commission room at the Respondent. WALKER Defendant S. BROWN "II v :o) :; '. Simmons pastor in Maxville. Greater Allen Chapel AME
against for the relief
Bradford County Court House at CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT you .j Church Rev. H.G. Heastie
which time all persons interested NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF SUIT COURTINAND petition.demanded in the complaint or '"IXII" Mt. Morlah United pastor. Church School 10 a.m.
shall be heard for or against the PROPERTYTo FOR BRADFORD Methodist Church. Rev Willie Love Feast Service at 11.
proposal, as specified in the TO: ROY L. MAJOR COUNTYBY seal WITNESS of said Court my on hand September and the Zoning Code of Bradford Address Unknown :Bngitte K. Walker Beulah M. Moody 16, 1974. .w1M'IY4' members are asked to please Greater Bethlehem
County. 6369 Schoveck 1 Deputy Clerk Benita Franklin participate in the Choir Anniversary Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 9/194t 1010IN / to be held at Williams
Bleichstr West Germany GILBERTS. BROWNAs finalists selected from 50,000 Jasper pastor.
John Torode, Chairman an action for dissolution of Ebenezer Baptist Church at 8 Weekly services began with
Clerk of said
black students in
Bradford County Zoning Board. marriage and other relief has YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat THE CIRCUIT COURT By Beulah M. MoodyAs high schools who some took 6,000 the p.m. Friday. Church School Tiny Tots and Ushers Board
been filed against you in the an action to Mortgage EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Deputy Clerk Scholastic Test will begin services at 10 a.m. No 3 meeting. Tuesday night
L.M. Gaines, Director above styled Court and you are Foreclosure on the following FLORIDA IN AND FOR 9/19 4t 10/10 Preliminary(PSAT) in the Fall of 1973. Communion services, Ham. Senior Choir rehearsal.
required to serve a copy of your property in Bradford County, BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL Students named as Wednesday night Prayer
Itp 10/3/ I written defenses if any on S.L. Florida: ACTIONCASE INVITATION TO BID achievement semifinalistsare Mt. Zion AME Church Meeting. Thursday night
Scruggs, Post Office Drawer NO.74239In the highest scorers in eachof Lawtey, Rev. Bethel pastor. Ladies Circle, and Friday
"C", Gainesville, Florida 32602, Lots 13 and 14, Block 29 ofPeek's The Tax Assessor's Office of six geographic the The Ushers Board Anniversary night. Prayer Band.
and file the original with the re: The Matter of the regions;
Addition to Starke Bradford County will receive number named in each featuring a
Clerk of the above styled Court Bradford County Florida, as per Adoption of TERRY RAE sealed bids to be opened at proportional to the regionis black Fashion Show, will be held Family Night will be observed -
NOTICE TO BIDDERS on or before the 30th day of plat thereof recorded in Plat GASKINS 10:00: A.M. in the Bradford population of the combined Sunday, Oct. 20, at 4 p.m. This Saturday night Oct 6.
October A.D., 1974; otherwise Book 1, Page 45, Section 28, County Courthouse Friday states in that region. About 450 will be a gala affair and All families are asked to be
NOTICE is hereby given that a judgement may be entered Township 6 South Range 22 NOTICE OF SUIT October 4, 1974 for the finalists will be announced in everyone is invited to attend. present. Sunday is Pastoral
sealed bids will be received by against you for the relief East, NO PROPERTYTO following: the Spring after the Scholastic The program is sponsored by Day with Church School
the School Board of Bradford requested in the Petition. : ALL INTERESTED PAR Tests (SAT) Glenda Brown and Marzie starting at 9:30.: Morning
County, Florida, Post Office WITNESS my hand and seal has been filed against you and TIES I I. TABLE TOP COPY scored.Aptitude These students will are Jenkins. Service at 11. Dinner will be
Drawer 939, Starke Florida of said Court on the 24th day of you are required to serve a copy MACHINE.As worth Ebenezer Baptist Church served at 12:30.: Baptism will
32091, at 7:30: p.m. EDST, September A.D., 1974GILBERTS. of your written defenses if any YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat per the following specifications $1,000 receive- $6,000.scholarships Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. be held Sunday. Evening
October 14, 1974, for the to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, an action for adoption has : Thursday night Prayer Service 6pmFuneral .
Heating, Ventilating and Air BROWN whose name and address is been filed against you and you 1. Must be able to reproduceat NEED TO CLEAN YOUR Meeting and Bible Class.
Conditioning; Ceiling/Lighting Clerk of the Circuit Court Hon. George H Pierce P. O are required to serve a copy of a rate of twelve copies per TYPEWRITER Come by Friday night the Choir An- services for Mrs.
for the Starke Elementary By Donna M. Branson Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, your written defenses if any to minute. The Office Shop and pick niversary will be held Jewel Ann Cummings will be
School and the Southside Elementary Deputy Clerk 32091 and file the original with it, on the plaintiff's attorney, 2. Flatbed Book Copier. some liquid or sheet featuring the choirs of the held at 1 p.m. Saturday at
School at which time 10/3 4t 10/24 the clerk of the above styled whose name and address is 3. Copy paper must be on roll. up cleaner for city. Everyone is invited to Pleasant Grove United
bids will be opened and read court on or before October 24th, GEORGE H. PIERCE. ESq.. P.O. 4. Must make multiple copies. attend. Church School will Methodist Church. The body
aloud. 1974: otherwise a judgment may DRAWER 1030 STARKE, 5. Must have continuous begin at 9:45: a.m., and will lie in state at the funeral
LEGALI be entered against you for the FLORIDA. 32091, and file the mode. Morning Worship at 11, with parlor, and one hour and a
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, I will not be responsible for relief demanded in the complaint original with the clerk of the multiple copy FOR SALE: Lettering No. 2 Choir rendering song half at the church before the

AND CONTRACT any debts or any other thing or petition. above styled court on or before Gene Long,Tax Assessor Guides Stickers service. Evening Service, 6:30: funeral. Chestnut and I la lie in
DOCUMENTS: May be obtained made by Shirley Ann Thornton. WITNESS my hand and the September 16,1974: otherwise a 9/26 2t 10/3 stencils and templates. At p.m. charge.
from the office of Don R. seal of said Court on September17th judgement may be entered The Office Shop.

Morgan, Architect, P. A., Post Arthur Lamar Thornton 1974.
Office Box 987 (Walnut Street), 10/3 2tp 10/10
Green Cove Springs, Florida Gilbert S. Brown
32043, and may be examined in As Clerk of said Court
the office of the Owner and as NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO By: Beulah M. MoodyAs
REGISTER Every DayLowPricc EveryDayLowPriceBEEF
follows: FICTITIOUS NAME Deputy Clerk ]
F. W. Dodge Company, Post 9/26/ 4t 1017IN

Office Box 5647 ((1512 Montana Pursuant to Section 86509Florida BLADE Pantry
Avenue), Jacksonville, Florida, REGULAR GRIND
Statutes notice is here-
by given that the undersignedMrs. Pride
Evelyn E. Miner, Davison
receipt of Ten Dollars ($10.00)) Park Lot 12, BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE
made payable to Don R. Starke, Florida. 32091 doing NO. SUPERMARKETS COFFEEEverypayLowPrke
business under the firm
Morgan, Architect P. A., be name of STARKE
forwarded two sets of plans and West JAMES HAROLD EUNICE andJ. 320 SOUTH
specifications collect. Full Starke, Bradford Street, S. EUNICE, JR., Plaintiffs, WALNUT ST.
deposit, less postage will be County,
refunded, provided plans and Florida 32091, intends to register IVIHVDAV LOW eaeuooo9! tlVIN0V
: '
.va- "
said fictitious name under the : r C LePNW Sun. OOOO LB 99cy
specifications are returned ingood" 78 TMMU WIO.OCT 9 174 QUANTITY
provisions of aforesaid statute. NMlHTt .OUIO
condition within ten ALBERT EDWARD
days of bid opening owner.Mrs. Evelyn E. Milner, sole Defendant. a mJ. LB Lfift1 (LULL m f pfeiuit FOOD It niMPCOUPONS tt pl BAG

Dated this 30th day of
EACH BID: Shall be accompanied NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
by a cashier's check or September, A. D. 1974 at :

bid bond, in the amount of five Starke, Florida. SP4 Albert Edward Lane
percent of the bid price, payableto 10/3 4tp 10/24 263 86 2381ABTRY I I
the School Board of Bradford 1/81 FaA EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPriceSIRLOIN BonusBuy

County, Florida. CALL fOR BIDS .P.O. New York 09035 FLORIDA GRADE'A'
Will be required to provide a County requests bids on the action to partition the following
Performance-Labor and Material swill from school cafeterias. in Bradford
property County
Payment Bond in the amount of Sealed bids will be received Florida: STEAKS .

100 percent of the bid amount until 7 p.m., October 14, 1974. Lots 3 through 10, Lots 29, 31, 41'
Surety Company shall be' The Successful bidder will be 33, and 34 Lots 39 through 49
licensed to do business in the responsible for providing cans and Lots 56 through 60, all in 2 PER
state of Florida and shall be with lids into which the swill will Section 11. Township 5 South, ; EACH
listed by the United States be placed. Also, successful Range 22 East of WOODLAWN I.LgI Iiiit1( BAG

Treasury Department. bidder will be required to keep according to plat or map thereof
area around swill cans clean and recorded Plat Book 1, Page 17
PROPOSALS: May not be with. sanitary. Swill cans will be (formerly Plat Book I I. Page 1)) Every DayLowPriccPntry Every DayLowPriccOHIlll IvcryDayLowPric* EvcrytayLowPricc Every DayLowPricc ElferyDayLowPrkE BonuiBuy
drawn for thirty days after bid cleaned every day. Successful public records of Bradford Prtd* s Blir AS90RTID BEEF RIBROAST SMOKED All..,, PURPOSE WESTERN
date. bidder will coordinate with the County Florida, AND the West SKINLESS CHUCK POTROAST Pork LoinCHOPS .a 4OD.HONEYDEW

principal of each school the area Half of the Northeast Quarter of FRANKS wA.o .w.w SHOULDER APPLES MELONS
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, IF where the cans may be cleaned Southeast Quarter(W 1/2 of NE 3 TOa Aso LAflQISIZI
ANY: Will be so notified within and washed.1032t 1/4 of SE 1/4)), in Section 11, PUG I3oi 59ct,1 18 LIPKO 89: 1.149 :4 59. 4aA0 -aI 1*C 79'
five days after bid opening. The 1010IN Township 5 South Range 22
School Board of Bradford East AND the West Half (W
County reserves the right to THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1/2)) of Lots 8 and 9, and the Every DyLwPrkcfS Every DaykcwPrkc EocryDryLcwPrkc W EvcryDayLwPrkmTTY E cryDylwMcc W IvcryDavtowPrkc CvcrytayLwPrfc
reject any and all bids and to THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR North Half (N 1/2)) of Lots 23 KING SIZIBREAD SALMON *NTR PRIOS '
waive any informalities CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR and 24, all in Section 12, SKIMMEDMILK DINNERS FLOUR FRESH "RIDA
No. 74234IN East of WOODLAWN accordingto

map or plat thereof recorded 8/l
STATE OF FLORDIA RE: Adoption of CHRISTOPHER in Plat Book 1, Fage 17 (formerly _
Department of Stale MacLAUREN STROUD Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public E COMPARE !
Secretary or State of the Stare of NOTICE OF SUIT Florida, AND Lots 27, 28 and 56, Bottom Round Round Cheese "'
Eye Daisy N.1::" : 10.
Florida, do hereby certify that the all in Section 13, Township 5 $" 4in j "
I. following To:Charles Aubrey Jones South, Range 22 East, of ROAST l ROAST $1 79 l WHOLE 12 TO 1S
GEORGES' PROPERTIES LTD (Address Unknown) WOODLAWN, according to .. LBAVG. $ g 18
with their principal place of' map or plat thereof recorded in I.ID.
business, ,n Bradford. county YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly U. S. CHOICE BONELESS S. CHOICE BOTTOM I Bottom Rounds LB|
Florida and being Limited 1
f formed under Chapter 630 a Petition for Adoption has Plat Book 1. Page 1)) public Round CUT TO YOUR ORDER.YEILD3 THESI ITEMS
Florida Statutes Laws of Florida. been filed and you are required records of Bradford County 81
and each having failed 'for S,. to serve a copy of your written Florida, AND Lot 39 in Section ROAST ?$J'j: STEAK $12 | CUBE ROUND STEAKS GROUND ROUND EVE ROUND CUBES ROAST
/months fees or more and to renew pay their their annu.1filing c.r defenses, if any, to it on 14,Township 5 South, Range 22 EYE ROUND STEAK OTTOM ROUND STEAKBONELESS
Micates" of authority, to operate as RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney East of WOODLAWN, according BOTTOM ROUND ROAST RUM ROAST
Limited' Partnerships therefore. In for Petitioner whose address is to map or plat thereof
pursuance of the provisions, ofSection 114 N. Walnut Street P. O Box recorded in Plat Book 1 17
Page I
62031 Florida Statutes, I Ii EverypayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke I EveryDayLowPrke
i have caused to be published, In The 995, Starke. Florida, 32091 and (formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1))
Bradford County Telegrapn' a file the original with the Clerk of pubic records of Bradford o* wn. noiub*
newspaper published In Bradford the above styled Court on or County, Florida; SUBJECT NIBLETSBUTTER MONOGRAM
County notice, of failure to renew before October 15, 1974, otherwise HOWEVER I PEANUT -
certificate" In authority as provided to public roads, LONG GRAIN.
be enteredfor
a judgment may _
I' by utility easements and that.
under my hand and the the relief demanded in the certain easement for ingress and U 17
Great Seal of. the State,of Florida.at Petition egress recorded in Official j VACUUM PACKED WMOLIKERNEL RICE
Tallahassee the Capital this the
I' 23rd day of September, AD. 1974 WITNESS my hand and the Record Book 119 Pages 52-56, SMOOTH* CRUNCHV FROZEN tol CAMS
seal of said Court on the 9th day public records of Bradford
Dorothy w Gllison of September, 1974. County Florida. S _-3/79* 3 LI

Begin at the intersection of the
Clerk of Said Court
easterly right of way line of Ou. ..... '. .... .... .... .. .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO By: Donna Deputy M. Branson Cleric Seaboard Coast Une Railroad COMPARE 0"" 'CI... o' ;COMPARE :..'".00 "19. ;COMPARE! ':..'.f.,r,. ""...
REGISTER and the Northerly right of
FICTITIOUS NAME 9/12 4t 103NOTICE line Road of and Lawtey and Mtddteburg way Canned Soda "":.TO:::'"" 8/95/' Ie Flea Collar v4ro'Srrs 79c.<= : Shampoo with Egg ""ao:: ;"O' 79c 20.
run Easterly along said
tf Pursuant to Section 86609 Northerly right of way line 179 Pantry Pride Wipes 49c 101 Lime Detergent -W:::: 48 I. U Head & Shoulders A01"":/ye; SIll' a,.

Florida Statutes, notice Is here OF INTENTIONTO feet, thence run North and cO-OI .. LlDU'O' .
69c ; .N. a
.0 Pink 37
Pantry Pride Cups Detergent : : ;
by given that the undersigned REGISTER parallel with aforesaid Easterly Creme Rinse .aflot" : 65c 34,
Steven A. Cardin J. FICTITIOUS NAME right of line a distance of 79c Pink ..N... i
Douglas way Pantry Pride Cups "sv .0 Detergent ,r.Y"w" 48 Creme Rinse
Cardin George W. Cardin and 100 feet thence run Westerlyand : :::o:: : ; 65c 34,

Velda Nichols Cardin, P. O. Box Pursuant to Section 866.09 parallel with aforesaid Pantry Pride Cups "sxr: 65c 1.0 I Insect Spray .r:;. 88 114S I Hair Spray .... 'Sc., .1*11: 79c 40,

doing 145. Starke business under Florida the 32091 firm .Florida given Statutes that the, notice undersigned is hereby feet Northerly thence right run of way South line along 179 Foam Cups ":::'' 59c<: 100 ; Boot Polish Kit ':'::' 3/l/ Hand & Body Lotion .:;:Ol:' 69c 20.

name of "CARDIN BROS.", U. Sue Fowler Star Route Easterly right of way line a 9" White! Plates .Ac sx- 69c 10. Step Saver -' 99 90. ... ::.
: Powder
S. 301 South, P. O. Box 128, Hampton, Florida 32044 doing distance: of 100 feet to point of : I Baby ::on; 65c 33,

Starke, Bradford County. business under the firm name" ,of beginning, also being the 9" White Plates "wr99c 100 I Iced Tea Mix ;ssssr: : : 69 4e Baby Shampoo ...::':".. 69c 10,
Florida 32091 intends to Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof
'" said fictitious name under register theI Route. Hampton Florida 32044 Lawtey East of Railroad, 9" Design Plates "";:%."" 49c .0 ; Tea Bags "TiV1' 89 '10. ; Cotton Swabs '... :...If 59c 2.4

provisions Steven A.of Cardin aforesaid Douglas statute.J. name Intends under to register the provisions said fictitious of according Plat Book to map 1, Page or plat 6,thereofin all in Aluminum Foil "C,5.n.: < '"' 4/$1/ 30. Iced Tea Mix etQti s::,'.... 3/29c/ 'SCurad Bandages rraenu'', 2/l/ 31tr

Cardin, George W. Cardin. aforesaid statute Section 23, Township 5 South
I, Velda Nichols Cardin owners Sue Fowler, sole owner. Range 22 East. ; : ___ F.- -- --- r- "-u ,__
: Dated this 25th day of Dated this 25th day of has been filed against you and tF-.l PACKOt : 5 II NSASOi

September A. D. 1974, at September. A. D. 1974 at you are required to serve a copyof LABEL ( -1 SHAVE
Starke. Florida. Starke. Florida. your written defenses, if any !"l S3 ROLLS I CREAMr

9/26 4t 10/17 I 9/26 4t 10/17 to Plaintiff's it on EUGENE Attorney F. SHAW whose .t.I

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October 3..97. TELEGRAPH Page II

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OBITUARIES Lynell Sapp New Supervisor I

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Fred Moore and sister,
At Alachua Gen.
Church 01 God Sunday I WTEY Miss Rachel Boyer, 01 Jacksonville Claude Rowe Garrison

,School, 10 a.m. Worship visited their brother- L.D. Lynell Sapp, daughter of joined the staff of Alachua

Services, 11 a.m and 7:30 By Elizabeth Terry in-law and sister, Mr and Claude A. (ShDrty) Rowe, Lays D. Garrison, 77, of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, or General as nurse In charge of
p.m. YPE and Prayer Mrs. Cecil Wade, of Tampa., 64, of Lawtey, died Friday, Starke, died Thursday, Sept. Starke, has been promoted to the seventh floor.
and attended
Meeting 7:30: p.m on Satur- Friday Tuesday of hospital in
Sept 27, in Shands supervisor
vices 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. drive has netted nearly a the wedding of their Teaching 26, in Bradford County
of the shift at
day.Faith School on Bible Doctrine hundred members thus far. If granddaughter, Mary Hospital, Gainesville, after a Hospital after an extended charge night
Radio Program Baptist.over Church WPXE Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's you haven't joined, you can Elizabeth Ferrell, to Francis brief illness. Born in Baker 11ness. Born in Belton, S.C. on Alachua Gainesville General effective Hospital in Card 01 Thanks
Starke 8 home. Prayer Meeting still do so before the Kendell Lockany. While there, County on April 12, 1910, he Dec. 13, 1896, he was a retired ,
a.m. Sunday Bible tember 16. She had previously
a farmer and member of
The of
Halloween Carnival. With family Clarence W.
School 10 Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Mr and Mrs. Cecil Wade, carpenter.Surviving
a.m. Worship Ser- been in charge of the
the Lawtey Baptist Church. three Stewart
Study. your membership you become Mrs. Moore, and Miss Boyer are boys acknowledges with
Grace United Methodist eligible to win a nice coffee attended Ahava Church in Surviving is his wife, OIa Loys A., Joseph E., and emergency room at the grateful appreciation the
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. pot. A winner will be drawn Plant City where their Mae Parmenter Rowe, of Hutson G. Garrison, all of hospi tal. many kindnesses extended b.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and from members of the PTA at brother, George Boyer, is Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. Jacksonville; two daughters, Mrs. Sapp graduated from us during the recent loss of ou,
7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7p.m. the Halloween Carnival, Oct. pastor. Ruth Baker, of Jacksonville, Mrs Margaret Young, of the registered nurse program loved one.
and United 26. and Mrs. Edith Biggs, Starke, and Mrs. Elsie Lee (ADN) at Santa Fe Junior
Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
in of 1971, and
Fellowship at 7:30: p.m. Thanks, Lawtey, for a good Clellan and son Jeff, of Starke Atlanta, Ga.Funeral Hammond Jacksonville; one College August - -
Wednesday. turn out! Mrs. Margie Reddish and services were held sister, Mrs. Ruby Curry,
I Saturday, Oct. 5, the men sons,Donald and Randall, and at 2 p.m Sunday in Jones Columbia, S. C.; 16 grand- If'
will have a dinner at the PERSONALS daughter Vickie, and Paul Memorial Chapel with Rev. children, and seven great- \\. ,
.Yipit --=:- -::;. church in the evening. Oct. 6, Mrs. Joey Dobbs and West, all of the State Farm, Tommy Howe officiating. grandchildren.Funeral .
? Holy Communion will be daughter of Jacksonville, gathered at the home of their Interment was in the Lawtey services were held "
observed In the Morning were Sunday dinner guests of parents last Thursday to help Cemetery. at 11 a.m. Saturday in Jones)
ArU61CQ Service. Sermon topic will be her grandparents, Mr. and their grandmother celebrate Memorial Chapel with Elder
Q "A Model Church". Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. her birthday anniversary. C.W. Stewart O. M. Yarborough officiating.
Highland Baptist Church Mrs.Elnora Privett and Mr. Miss Brenda Batten, of Interment was In Dyal OCT. 7 THRU OCT. 12

A going Church for a Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Mrs. Les McClellan spent Theressa, spent the weekend Clarence W. Stewart, 29, of Cemetery.
Coming Lord""I Worship Services 11 a.m. and Wednesday with their brother- with her brother-in-law and Route 2, Starke, died 'Wednesday -
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting in-law and sister, Mr and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Sept. 25. Born in Adolph Gay PINE
The end of your search for Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs. W. H. Pringle, and Eunice. Bradford County In April 9, C OHGREGATIO'IAL'
a friendly church Is at the Northslde Baptist Church nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Is 1941), he was employed as an Adolph Gay, 67, of) Starke, VALLEY
First Baptist Church of Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Mrs. Burchfield Miller and spending some time with her iron worker by a steel com- died Saturday, Sept 28. in a
Starke, Florida. ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 daughter Marilyn, of Sanford. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. pany; was a veteran of the Gainesville hospital after a CHURCHNIGHTLYSERVICESSTART
p.m Prayer Meeting Wed- Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Black- and Mrs. Coleman Phillips, of Vietnam War, and a member brief illness. He was born In HOLINESS
Sunday School nesday 7:30: p.m.SCHOOL shear, Ga., and Terry Futch, Morgan Road. of the Pine Valley Congregational Milton on Feb. 16, 1907, and
9:45: a.m. of Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Charles oliness Church. before his retirement 7:30P.M.
Morning Worship NEWS stopped by Monday afternoon Tanner, of Green Cove Surviving Is his wife, JoAnn operated Gay's Appliances in With A Different Speaker Each Night
11:00: a.m. The Lawtey PTA met for a visit with his aunt, Miss Springs, visited their brother- Franklin Stewart, his parents, Starke for many years.
Church Training Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. in Elizabeth Terry. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Surviving are his wife, HOMECOMING DINNER
6:15 p.m. the caf etorlum. It was the first Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Earl Teston and family Stewart all of Starke; two Hazel of Starke; two
Evening Worship meeting of the new school Carlton and family, of Miami, last Saturday afternoon.Mrs. daughters, Christine Stewart, daughters, Mrs. Pauline
7:30p.m. year. There was a short were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan and Raiford,and Tommy Stewart, Tanner and Mrs. Geraldine SUNDAY, OCT. 13
program presented by the Skippy Crawford on Sunday Mrs. W. H. Green visited the Starke. Lewis, both of Starke; one
Hear our pastor preach fifth grade under the careful and Monday of last week. nursing home at Macclenny Funeral services were held brother, Atlee Gay, Anacoca, The Gospel Revelators Will Be Singing That
these messages Sunday: direction of Mrs. Zeporah Mrs. J. P. Wyrick, her soo- last Thursday at 2 p.m Saturday in the Pine La.; three sisters Mrs. Matha Afternoon. Everyone Invited To Come Out And
Jennings. A brief business in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Helen De Young, of Valley Congregational Holi- Walker, Sarasota i Mrs. Pearl
11:00a.m.: meeting was conducted con- Mrs.Charles Carter, and their Fullerton, Calif., was a guest ness Church with Rev. I. V. Williams and Mrs. Olene D15- Be With Us And Enjoy The Blessings Of The

"Another Night with the cerning the Halloween Car- grandchildren, Leanne, Sheri, of her brother-in-law and Luke officiating. Interment hough, both of Cleveland Lord
Frogs" nival. Principal Jim Duncan and John Wyrick Carter, of sister, Mr and Mrs. B. F. was in South Prong Cemetery Texas; and four grand-
talked briefly about the new Tallahassee, stopped by for a McCulley and family, in Baker County with Jones children. CIIUltCII LOCATION:
7:30p.m. teaching program underway. short visit with Mrs. Wyrick's Tuesday to Sunday. Funeral Home in charge. Funeral services were held North on U. S. 301 Out
"It'sa Sin Not to Pray" The Kindergarten mothers sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry, Dale Traylor, of Lawtey, at 4 p.m Tuesday in Jones Beside Bradford Furniture Co. On Graded Road.
served refreshments Thanks, Friday afternoon. The Carters Mr. and Mrs. Burchfleid Memorial Chapel with Rev
FAMILY LIFE SERIES Mothers! They were delicious. spent the weekend at Strick- Miller and daughter Marylin, S. W. Hoisten Denton Sumrail and Rev. Ben Church On Left Side Of Rand.REV. .

Sunday-6:15 p.m. "Open House" was held in land's Landing on Kingsley and Mrs. W. H. Pringle, of Bryant conducting. Interment W. J. THORNTON, PASTOR
Lake. Mrs remained Samue W. Haisten, 76. of
each class room. Parents Wyrick Sanford, were Sunday afternoon was In Crosby Lake Cemetery
Christian Psychologist, were invitee! to view samples for the weekend with Miss guests of her brother-in- West Market Road, died under direction of DeWitt C.
of their child's work. They Terry law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, Sept 28, in Brad- Jones Funeral Home
Dr. Henry Brandt ae --- ---i0-- -- -
Film No. 1-"A FreeSpirit" also had a chance to become) Sincere sympathy of the Les McClellan. ford County hospital after a ,
acquainted with the teachers. community is extended to the Mr and Mrs. Giles Mitchell, brief illness. Born at Hague I
The PTA's membership family and relatives of Claude and family, of) Lebanon, Va., Station on Sept. 17, 1898. he Janet Perryman,25
.. Rowe who passed away last spent several days with their was a retired railroad watch- I For Sale :
I --- _. I
-- -- Our love and with 44 of service,
Saturday. brother-ilt-Iaw and sister, Mr. man, years
I prayers are with them. and Mrs. A. J. Dobbs and and a member of the Airpark Janet Lynn Perryman 25, I
I Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Church. daughter of !\Ir. and Mrs. E. I
family.Mr. Baptist -
I : Daisy Bach and Lynn, Mr and and Mrs. Donald a Surviving is his wife, Dora K. Perrym. Jr. of Bethlehem 1I I HAY

I Mrs.Virgil Griffis and family, Wilkinson, Sr., took their son B. Ilaisten; one son, Robert Pennsylvania died 1
I Mrs. Maines Griffis and and daughter-in-law, Mr and Haisten, Starke; two Friday September 27, of I

II Too often during my 21 years service as a Registered Real I children, 01 Palatka, and Tom Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr., out daughters, Mrs. Lovie Griffis cancer at her parents' home I
I Estate Broker in Starke I have listed an exceptional property Whaley, of Douglasville, Ga., to dinner on their second St. Augustine, and Mrs. Pearl after a long illness.In Coastal Bermuda I
I and in line with the wishes of the owner I have offered the were Sunday dinner guests of wedding anniversary onTuesdav. Miller, Miami; three step- addition to her parents, I :
Miss is survived
property for sale. I have shown it to various prospective Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. sons, Donald and Kenneth Perryman bya
I customers who for various reasons have not exercised their Smith, of Bayless Highway.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Sr. Bagwell, both of Starke, and brother Robert, of Bethlehem I Delivered To Your Barn .
privilege to buy it although they like it very much. Well one .and Mrs. Greg Dyal and spent Sunday with their son R. C. Bagwell, Denver, Colo.; ; a maternal grandmother -
!\Irs. W. K. Fowler of
day it sells, and so many prospects are heart broken to know son, Kevin, oC Warner Rob- and daughter-in-law, Mr and several grandchildren and Atlanta Ga. and ) (Bradford -- Union Coun.) .
their favorite house will not be theirs. I am heartbroken I bins, Ga., spent the weekend Mrs. J. C. Tye, Jr., and greatgrandchildren.Funeral a paternal
I because I have to the best of my ability shown it and have with their parents, Mr and family, and their son-in-law services were held grandmother Mrs. E. K. I
Sr. of Starke
meticulously described it, I have shown its good points and Mrs. Leo Dyai, Leonette, and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Jones) Perryman,
I have assisted the prospects to see what is needed to bring it up grandmother, Mrs. Lomle Tommy Talley, and son of Memorial Chapel with Rev. G. arts Miss at Perr'man Boston studied fine and -$175 Per Bale I
to their ideals. Mosley. South Daytona.Mrs. F. Prevatt officiating. Interment University I
I Mrs. Harold Eunice and her Los McClellan.visited was In Kingsley Lake had been employed as all mot ,

-1, I have such a property now listed on SR-16 about one mile sister, Mrs. Linnie Harris, of her son and daughter-in-law, Cemetery restorer Historical by Society the Massachusetts in Boston 200'' Bale Min. .
from school, about a half mile to a store It Is a brick and Maxville were Tuesday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
I concrete block 4 bedroom, three bath house, with large living guests of their sister Mrs. Clellan and Jeff, of Starke, on Hester Thomas prior Memorial to her illness.services were 6,000 Bales To Sale .
room dining room and FldI'ida room, wall.to-wall carpet, builtin Pansy Knight, also Max- Saturday afternoon to help her I
held the
Sunday in
I range and oven, dish washer and grandson celebrate his 6th Sept. 29. I
garbage disposal. In the ville.Mr. Mrs. Hester L. Thomas 82, f'irst Presbyterian Church
utility area there is for a washer and .and Mrs. Lacy Futch, of birthday anniversary.Mr. I
space dryer, there is cen- widow of Mallory Thomas, Bethlehem Pa. Burial was in Call 964.8241 After 5 P.M. .
tral heat and air, there is lots of paneling book shelving, attic Waycross, Ga., were supper and Mrs. Charles died in Fraser
Sunday in Bethle-
storage It has a two car carport, and a storage area. It has a guests of their cousins, Mr. Porter of Jacksonville, spent Memorial Hospital, Mac- hem.Nisky Cemetery .
deep well, electric pump and 2 septic tanks. and Mrs. Les McClellan on the weekend with their denny, after a long illness. - - --- --- -
Monday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Born in Raiford on Feb. 15,
All of this is offered for $42,500, with a promise by the owner Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Wood, and family. 1892, she was the daughter of BRING THIS AD
to carry up to $5,000 second mortgage. visited Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. Jeanne Lee attended a the late J.W and Lovy Den-
who is a patient in St Vin-
postmasters<< meeting in Cedar
and member of
mark Johns
There are some minor items unfinished in the house and cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, Key Wednesday of last week. the Church of Christ.
grounds which can be done with your planning and I will gladly last Friday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Daisy Law, of Vero Surviving is a daughter, HEY MOM. LOOK
point them out and will assist you in getting an estimate of the and Mrs. Charles D. Beach, and Mrs. Lillie Mc- Odessa Thomas, of Starke; .
cost Stephens of) Griffis Loop, are Cullers, of Winter Beach three sons,R.L. and Ressie, of
the proud parents of a were guests of her brother-In- and Thomas
Starke ,
Everyone \lllho has seen this house says it is Just what they daughter, Shailia Carlynn, law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Jr., Lakeland, Mallory; 17 grand- Just Right for Christmas
want, but they go no further. So why not get it while you can? born Sept. 27 at Naval J. F. Robertson, Thursday to children, and 19 great- 2 Big Days
Why wait until the lucky buyer gets it and has this dream Hospital, J acksonv iIle. Sunday. grandchildren.Funeral FaoM FREE Portrait of YourS
home. Why not you? The owner is trusting me to sell it. So Maternal grandparents are William Shea, of Dayton, services were held C p05E POSES Mon & .
I why not be the lucky buyer. I am sure you wIll like it as a home Mr and Mrs. Jones Kinniard, Ohio, spent a week with his at 2 p.m. Wednesday In the LRAI Child From SEARS &u:;
a place to live and remember that State Road 16 is soon to be of Starke. Paternal grand- brother-in-law and sister, Church of Christ with Jack 1NNG Oct. 7th
I redone with side walks added for extra safety. So why not call parents are Mr and Mrs. Rev.and Mrs. John Steltz and Bell officiating. Interment %

me now to show it. I am ready and I would like to have one of Manuel Stephens, also of) son.Mr. was in Crosby Lake Cemetery << C GET A 10 A.M. to 5 P.M
my good prospects to have it.Will it be you? Starke. and Mrs. Harold Jones with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Rev. and Mrs. Charlie and Samantha, and Mr. and in
Thanks and best wishes hoping you are the lucky owner. Redding, of Raiford, visited Mrs Earl Wilkerson arid Home charge.
Mr and Mrs. Les McClellanon Glen, all of Jacksonville, were
I Tuesday.Mr. weekend guests of their
Yours very truly, and Mrs. Jerry Brown parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
and daughter, of Starke, were WiJkerson. Other guests of the BIG I Beautiful
A. J. Thomas, Real Estate Broker dinner guests of their parents, Wilkersons were their
in Starke for the past 21 years. Mr. and Mrs Vernon Mobley, daughter, Mrs. Linda

- -- -- ------ -arSJ on Saturday. Crawford, of Whitehouse and ColorPORTRAIT
.. .. .... son, Raymond Wilkerson of Q
1 r l' Raiford, for dinner on Sunday.ST. .

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Voters(From Choose.Page 1) .. BHS Defense Strong But Offense Lacking Against BobcatsEven ')

again this time around. 1
Friday night against St.
Hodges won out with a victory though the score said "The .obvious absence of a Sophomore quarterback Jimmy Clark was selected Monday and Tuesday," said games but now toeople are Augustine," concluded Hurse.
margin of 186 votes by polling different Bradford High Foot- passing attack is not becauseof Jimmy Prevatt hit three out of BHS defensive lineman of the Coach Hurse. "It's a shame going to see a different team ]
1,859 to Water's 1,673. ballers put up a tough battle the quarterback's throwingbut 17 passes for a total of 37 week. Clark got 14 individual that it had to come because of r.IIII!.... I I :
All of the newly elected against Buchholz last Friday because he can't throw to yards. An average of 12.3 tackles along with 11 assists. a defeat. But sometimes that's
officials will assume the office night when the Bobcats rolled somebody in front of him with yards per throw. That's Middle guard Scott Pooser the way it happens. Serving Florida .
to which elected on Tuesday, 23-0 over the Tornadoes."I his hands in the air." connecting about 17.6 percentof snagged 11 tackles and 11 "The team has played with Since 1950 I
November 19, two weeks was disappointed in the the passes. assists for the night while end little emotion in the last two .
following the General Electionto offensive performance but the ... "Our passing game is goingto Dale Haas and tackle Mark
Clarke x 9nc.
be held on Tuesday, defense put up a good game," improve as well as our Hildreth each got five tackles. Iron : or ida. (jr..Un, eraicep
November 5. said Head Bradford Coach running game. Before the "Its been a long time sincewe Branding
Gaskins, Spengler and David Hurse "Until the last (From Page 1)) season is out we will have one have had all three down '' '
Parrish, replacing Thompson, seven minutes of the game we Plaintiffs Clarke and Rue of the toughest defenses in this people to combine for a real Wins OpenerThe ,u ,'r, CordiallyWelcomes .
Lawson, and Goodman, will were still in the game." were joined in their suit by the area," commented Coach good ball game," commented Mrs. Carolyn
join with members RodneyHall At that point in the game a Union County Education Hurse Coach Sexton. "Clark, !
and Art Holiday for the Bradford fumble gave Association, which was Senior runmngback Tommy Hildreth, and Pooser all Branding Iron Eaves IIT
make-up of the new Bradford Buchholz the ball on Tornado disbanded as an organizationon Reddish led rushing for the turned in good ball games." Restaurant team of the ,
County School Board. territory and went on to scoreto September 1, after they Tornadoes with a total of 54 "We got steady perfor- Bantam Flag Football Leaguegot Representative You and Your ':
E.W Hodges replacingEddie put the game out of reach were denied the use of school yards in 13 carries, averaging mances from Sheldon Hodge off on the right foot,
Allen, will join with for BHS. property to hold business around 4.15 yards per carry.. and Dale Haas at the ends and Thursday, Sept. 26,"as they Ph. 964-5812 Family To Your :
members Dave Shuford, "We had a couple of offensive meetings and the ad- Beaver DeSue was second in each of them are improvingeach met and defeated Staike 613 S. Colley Rd. '
Ralph Bryan, Dave Paulk and breakdowns on the line ministrations refusal to line with a total of 29 yards in game" commented Builders 137. New Home
George Roberts, Jr. on the but we were up against one of collect dues from teacher seven carries, averagingabout Sexton.
County Commission.Local the toughest middle guards salaries.A 4.11 yards per carry. "Dwight Barber did a real Both teams played to a StarkeThe
results in other raceson around," commented Hurse. court order was issued by "I think we have had two good job as the defensive scoreless first half and State Florida
the Bradford county ballot "I feel that if we played Judge Charles R. Scott super good days at practice," signal caller and as a linebacker offense neither team could get their
were: Buchholz again we could beat requiring the board to reinstate says Offensive Line Coach Bill ," says Sexton. Line- going. It \Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
(For U.S. Senator Bradford them by the" same score they Clarke and Rue to the Hughes. "We are finally backer Early Chandler hasn't The second half was a different -
gave Bill Gunter the majorityover beat us, claimed Hurse. positions held at the time of getting to where we know performed up to par as yet story as Branding Iron Acquaint You With Your City
Dick Stone Based on their dismissal. The order, what it takes to win a football and I am still looking for that came up with two quick touch

incomplete returns on a state Garbage Rates... however, was issued after game." outstanding performance out downs. Tony Williams scoredon If you are new In the area, a phone call
wide basis Stone is the ap- their vacancies had been filled "Even though we lost of him. the first one and Guy DeSue 'I
parent winner with 319,160 (From Page 1)) by the board by other per- guard Alan Norton did a realfine "We have worked hard this the other. One extra point was will bring you a prompt visit from your local hostess II
votes to Gunter's 303,200. sonnel. job for us," says Hughes. week on our goal line defensein good and they led 130. Jerry 1
Bradford tallied 1,363 for of $56,520, on 355 commercial The two were re-instated in Norton was selected as the an effort to strengthen us in Lock got Starke Builders on Please give her a call)
Gunter while giving Stone 976 accounts at $6 per month for compliance with the court's offensive lineman of the week. that department," said the Scoreboard as he broke
votes revenues of$25,560 and reduce order, but to positions different Tommy Edwards had a Sexton. loose on a long run and then She has maps and many free and wonderful
(For Secretary of State the charge for daily pick-up from those held at the good night at offensive tackle, "We have had our two best added the extra point to close gilts lor you from local businesses
Bruce Smathers won out service to $22.50 per month time of their dismissal. Clarkewas according to Hughes. practice days of the year the final score at 13-7. tf
locally with 1,509 votes over applying to 25 businesses for named principal of the "Now the offensive line
Beverly Dozier who polled 761. revenue of $6,750. The total Union County Adult High realizes that the tempo of the
Statewide Smathers drew a revenue from these rates is School and Rue was given a game depends on them,"
tally of 304,556 to Doziers 88830. position as music teacher in commented Hughes."I .
272331. Jackson moved for the the Lake Butler Elementary thought the whole E4.GLE
For State ComptrollerGerald approval of the adjusted rates School.A defense did a good job. We 'lil'lil/
Lewis had a landslide with a second by Epps. Silcox contempt charge was then made some key mental
victory over troubled Fred and McRae in opposing the filed with the court by Clarke mistakes but other than that I
Dickinson Lewis claimed a motion brought it to a tie vote, and Rue for the board's thought everybody played a
count of 404.264 to Dickinson's forcing it's outcome on the failure to comply with the good game," says Defensive Ofm tally q I. tmmfmyt till i pan.k 1111
187,221. Bradford County gave newly elected Mayor previous order of the court. Secondary Coach Denny : PRICES
Lewis 1,286 to Dickinson's Commissioner Charles At a hearing on the con- Hansen. Hansen selected f ... -
1,100 Schaefer, who remarked, tempt charges held in Johnny Nichols as the defen- w"=- -1'3> SENSATIONAL SALE DAYS! .
In the race for the judgeshipof "Well, here's where I get my Jacksonville on September 13, sive back of the week. = I
the First District Court of baptism," and voted for the attorney's representing both "Usually when you give up w.ca"a'A THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY;
Appeals E.R. Mills, Jr. is the motion. parties announced the with- 23 points you think the defensedid
apparent winner over The city's new budget for drawal of the contempt not do a good job but I felt < 1
Jacksonville Attorney John the fiscal year beginning charges and at the same time the opposite," commented A, '
Paul Howard Incomplete October 1 was completed after told the court they had ten- Defensive Line Coach Mike A lifilr
returns have given Mills three long work sessions tatively come to terms for Sexton of the Buchholz game. n
74.525 votes to Howards 69,255. during the month of Sep- eventual settlement, and "I felt like we played good
Bradford gave Howard 1,109in tember with a tentative requested additional time to enough a defensive game to \\\ fi: r t. ,
a close local win over Mills proposal for its adoption being reduce the settlement termsto win. I was pleased with the X10" Gn
who received 1,100. made by the former council, a written statement. defensive effort." FAMOUS MAKER

with final approval to be made L _ _ .... - - ELEGANT 100 B.
after the newly elected DRESS SLACKS
My Neighbors WALNUT-TONE
commissioners were seated. HOUSEHOLD
The budget calls for the FURNITURE C.

expenditure of $2,094,757 .f( ) SAVE I M PLASTICS a
during the fiscal year com- SAVE 24-12.
pared to last years total of '-r8aC I

1685272. 1.-. 1t A brand known 'for
4"i'', :: The new board after going fl 1 11 quality, style, (flit! I
JYbrtA1 over the budget line by line D Docron*polyester 11\\
and page by page made no cotton in a wide t
;} roxnsuo 1 1I' further changes other than the By Mona Marchant A,Cocktail table, OUR PRICE WAS J4T-.M3 range of' colors
1t 1p garbage rate adjustment. 18 48xl5" high A. 12 qt. wostebasketB. and styles.
After it's review for the B, Record cabinet, 1 11! bu. laundry basket 32-38. r
l1 benefit of the new com 24x15x22" high C.1 I gal.decanter w/spout _____
missioners it was adopted on Homecoming is only two CORSAGES for Homecoming Octagon drum table, 0. & gal. garbage canE 4-
the motion of commissioner weeks away and that will be Contact any of the following --5-- 18x18x19" high E. 5 qt. pail with, handle
McRae seconded by Silcox two weeks of talk on the floats, Juniors to order yours: Linda AY TO AIIL L.
and unanimously approved by the game, HomecomingQueen Williams Laura Thomas, C.
But who loves the trees? the commissioners. and candidates, and Glenda Johnson, Cindy Gissy,
who's going where to get out of Jenny Tomlinson Kathy I
class! Locke or Sonja Biggs. These
Homecoming Theme was Juniors will be in front of the
Bible Answers selected as "Nostalgia was cafeteria on Oct 4, and 7-10 EAGLE
: King and years before-but the during all lunch periods FKMI QueryBattvoomTissue PEIILITE
Tornadoes are great in Matching Boutonnieres are on 4 BATTERIES i I
THE PLACE PREPARED Seventy Four" All the classes sale too! Prices $2.50 for SAVe 45% 1 I I
should do the best job ever on Corsages and $1 for oL _
Jesus came from Heaven's portals; this year's floats because the Boutonnieres. Samples of the .
Gave Himself for us poor mortals, Tornadoes ARE great in 74 flowers will be displayed at t. oA of m'
Did not spurn the needed price, Today the Student body will the Office Desk.TeachersThere.
Gave Himself a sacrifice. select a Homecoming Queenout nw, WAJ.MC-
of the top five candidates, wU'ED' IAVI + and Top performance long' life' wu UI IAvl.Mf WAS SAVI
so everyone should not miss 3L ..HC' m
In Gethsemane
prayed and cried; this election'! is a box in For toys,gomes
On Calvary's Hill was crucified. the teacher's lounge for an HUDSON 2-PLY TOILET TISSUE radios and flash- EAGLE lOWU MOTOR OIL MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS LEN'SSETTER NALK SHORTS
Born of Mary, a virgin's womb; index of yourself. We need this Pkg. of 2, each 500 sheets, lights. Increases gas mileage, Extends Never-Iron 65S polyMttr-35"! A 'better' brand Polyester
Laid to rest in Joseph's tomb. for the 75 Tornado. The I.n garden showcase colors. (11.1. n at engine life, One Quart. cotton blend. S, M, L, XL. cotton blend Sues 29-42.

Annuals are on sale today, following information is
To His Father's will subjected; the last day, for $8 with your needed degrees, schools S
On the third day resurrected, name printed on the cover and attended school activities,
Returned to Heaven, that place so fair; $7 without your name. If a class teaching, and hobbies.
For His people a place to prepare. student wants his nickname
printed, add your last name t

That those who serve Him in His name for identification SENIORS There is a box T

He'll receive when He comes again.To placed by Mrs. Redding'sdesk r. > n'.5050C05
live with Him in the land of the free for Senior Index in p .
Through the ceaseless ages of eternity. LOST A gold zodiac formation. Please submit .
James P. Needham bracelet with Cancer writtenout these as soon as possible and
on it. If found please hold information down to the
Southoide Church Christ return it to me or Mrs. Red significant activities only. B Mf' 1n..Jt1'2.IS ..... 1.10 .... 2.66 23%
of :
ding and a reward will be
3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 LOST An orange and white Tuesday, Oct. 8 in the Libraryfor Loaded with yummy chocolate Keep Insects away with ytl- Official sue and w.ght.Pabo, Slip-ons or oxfords. Rub, Crepe soles. Cushioned, 'for
Gym Bag with green leaves on any Senior that is interested chips) 9 0.. bag. low bug bulbs. 60 wall. ble grain. Self sealing valve. b.r soles. Fall colors. 7-12. comfort' Colors. 7-12.
Send questions to Schedule of Services it. If found return to Cindy in a future. It is
Casey Carlisle Sunday Bunnell A $2.50 reward will important that all Seniors MEN'S
Minister Bible, Study be given. attend this meeting! f

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For This Saturday 1 OO P.M.Refreshments aJoo go on sale. G( o y ''o ott y ,4

Red Hollingsworth and hispopular 2:00 P.M. -- Dunking Machine in operation 0
1 string band fromLake d'

I dow,,"Butler music will for provide the"hoe Old Local Talent Entertainment (I / I
::1 Fashion Day celebration
, sponsored by the Starke
" Jaycees and the Merchants Music by Red Hollingsworth
Association in the downtownarea Y
starting at 2 p m. i,11, ti d
Saturday,,Oct. 5. 'hh'SP
3:00 P.M.' -- Help Smash The Thunderbird!
j The festivities will be stagedin P
a roped-off block of South -
Walnut Street,between the old "
4:00 P.M. AUCTION.
Funny Money
,I'' Florida Bank building and --
Madison Street.
I A country fair atmospherewill 5:00 P.M. Street Dancing.
be generated, with the
i Jaycees selling humburgers w ,
1 hot dogs, cold drinks and L + ,.d.arr
snacks from booths erected in
the street, starting at 1 p.m. _

At 2 p.m. the "Dunking &1wr "Old Fashioned Day"
Machine"will be in operation .., Thur Fri Sat
I with several local dignitaries "
i including Rep. Frank
Williams being dropped into
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the "briny deep" by specI -

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, n tators hitting the target at so fireman's pickaxe, as well as
much a throw. The dunking ball pin hammers for the
machine for this event is being children, will be provided for
loaned to Starke by the Lake those who'd like help wreck
City Jaycees. the T-Bird at so much a lick.

Another fun time will startat Red Hollingsworth and his
J 3 p.m. with the demolition Old Fashion String Band from .I''!>,
JI of a shiny, l6 Thunderbirdcoupe Lake Butler will play tor the 112 E. Call Street
donated by Carlton
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cute and cuddly miniature AKC Schnauzer: pup w ill be Klip & Kurl Hair Cut.Shampoo a Set-S10.50

among the many valuable prizes donated by Starke merchants Leila's Dress Shop 187 Silver Dollar Necklace-$30.00Fa
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Mallard's 54 10 Pair of Lamps$20.00
Sure To Find Items Useful For The Entire Family.
The Office Shop Victor Adding Machine S109.00
can lend spring tember and soak them in a

beauty to your landscape solution of Formaldehyde Stan's Bootery Easy Street Ladies Shoes$20.00 ........................ Some Of The Specials.......................
according to the Florida Nurserymen diluted in water. Use one pmt
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Old Fashion Day Promises Fun ri Frolic

(From preceding page) their Auction Money with Deborah Rosier In HS Who's Who
purchases at downtown .
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Miss Deborah Rosierwas <1
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street dance with round and will be in the eighth edition of and Mrs. Clarence Rosier of
At 4:30: p.m. the Funny square dancing will be held in Who's Who among American Palatka, granddaughter of
Money Auction will be held, the street starting about 5 High School students, 1973-74. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Deese of
with many valuable items on p.m.Music for this gala event Miss Rosier is a senior at Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. A.
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t AKC schnauzer pup,valued at Hollingsworth and his band. where she is a member of the Springs, and great grand- 4 "A tt
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l Fired Up Buchholz i 7y IU,' I!I 'r, Chiefland Offense

Shuts Out .. 36 o
Friday Night

r 23 0 LAKE BUTLER Tiger for a 40-yard scoring run late Preseason predictions had the
Friday NightA i 5 I F meat was too tough Friday in the third period to make it Tigers, Williston, Chiefland, '

night for injury riddled 360. The final score left Tiger and Cross City as the powers-
MA / Chiefland as Union County Coach Jack Jones happy but to-be in the Suwannee Conference
fired up Buchholz High With 2:33: seconds left in the Buchholz: got the High/ shut out the visiting 36-0 he also wanted no hard Lake Butler has
' team handed Bradford High game Buchholz: quarterback 17 yard line after and avenged last year's 7-3 at feelings about the high scores. beaten Hawthorne 33-0 and
footballers 23-0 shut out last
a Dale Robinson went back to by.Reddish.. the hands of the Indians. "We were just working for Friday night Hawthorne
Friday night at Citizens Fieldin pass then broke loose up the defense Buddy defensive execution in the second half "
Perry, Williston
Gainesville, putting both middle, poured on the speed tighter and matt Hull gets this pass to gain yardage against Buchholz handed defending
teams at an even I 1-1 mark. and last Friday night when the Tornadoes lost 230. halfback, picked up a said Jones. "I wasn't worried conference champion, a 32-0
went 28 yards to the goal forced to
punt Chiefland fumble, the first of about putting points on the shut out. The Tigers have just
Bradford into the nf
came line for the final I touchrirnm*
second time yard line. four, and ran 25 yards for the board. We wanted to get a lookat beaten Chiefland, and they
after 13-8 the For the
game a victory over game After getting first Lake Butler touchdownwith some of the kids we'll haveto delt Cross City, their next
Ocala Vanguard last week of the game a bad snap led to line GriddersTo
while the Buchholz team tooka two points when McGlynn hit 43.yard Varsity the game less than a go with later if we're to opponent, a 20-0 drubbing in
its only major old. "
minute .The Tigers, in have championship
season. the jamboree.
20-6 loss from Leesburg.This Donald Gainey for a completion
was Buchholz Head to make the final score 23- Prevatt took off 17)I winning their second straight The win, coming on top of "Lake Butler will lose
end first down
on Suwannee Conference test,led the previous week's 33-0 "
games, said a Chiefland fan
Coach Jessie Heard's )troth 0.
career win. STATISTICS two yards. Meet ScrappySA 28-0 at the half after scoring drubbing of Hawthorne left Friday night.;
Another run by three touchdowns in the some Tiger fans on the
Both defenses dominatedthe Buch
BHS Reddish plus two
7 First Downs I second quarter. sidelines wondering who will -- --- --- ---- ---
game possession 97 Yard Rushing 132 ]Hull for six yards Curtis Sirmones broke loose beat Lake Butler this season. Lake Buller Chlelland
the ball being exchanged 22 44 Yards Passing 37 first down at the Team At Home I 11) F Irst Downs e
times in the game from 3UO PC PA PI 210I including a 21 yard 209 Yards Rushing 122
fumbles, punts and down limi Fumbles 2 Prevatt to Sewell. 101 Yards Passing 71
ta tions. 20 5796 Penalties Punts/ 861 35 Prevatt threw "St. Augustine is always a last two years the score at the 371 Fumbles PC PA Lost PI 3 131J
Buchholz took first for end of each game was 16-13. 1Vi.
an 8-0 four downs and tough game us, says r 20 Yards Penalned 65
quarter lead after driving the completion. Head Bradford Grid Coach Last year BHS took the victory + n 2 SO 5 Punts 4 IS
ball 4-4 yardstoppLd by a one COnE BY QUARTERS over at the five David Nurse of the Yellow while the year before SA f1Y
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yard jump by runningback BHS 0 0 0 0 0 held for four downs Jacket team that BUS will got it.The year before that the ',
Simon Cromwell to make the BUCK e 0 0 IS aJPLAT' the Bobcats to face this Friday night on home teams played to a 0-0 deadlock
"Who do think it will
score 6-0 with 3:16: left in the BY PLAY 10 yard line ground, starting at 8 p.m, a 1d you
first period. Then a bad snapon Bradford's Richard Lashley ball at the 32 yard It is the first home game for The SA team is relatively be? asked don't a know Tiger fan.but
the extra point try ended in received the opening kick off the third quarter. the 1-1 Tornado gridders. A small, but very scrappy a lr "I lose you"
two points when Dale at the 10 yard line and took it BHS got the ball big crowd, is expected. "They always have a scrappy always answered the Chiefland two games,
McGlynn picked up the ball up the middle to the 38 yard it to the 25 yard Last week SA beat Ocala bunch of kids," says Hurse. .t the man.
and threw it to Mike Hardy in line Senior runningback running out of : Vanguard 14.12 while the Biggest players on the team But Friday trouble night Tiger
the end zone to make the score Tommy Reddish took the ballon yard line and Tornadoes are coming from a are the two offensive tackles. /J r I IrM team no Curtis Sirmones handling
80Then first down for a hard one over. The 23-0 shut out by Buchholz.: At right tackle is 200 pound
about midway throughthe yard up the middle. Then on held Buchholz to The Vanguard Coach was David Kilbert. He is slow kxithe runners with 95 yardsof .
8 6
fourth quarter Buchholz second down Reddish was forced them to very impressed with St coming off of the ball accord- rushing yardage an
scored on another one yard Augustine"commented ing to the scouting report. The average lor 11 carries. He
headed the middle, when a the BHS 19
up )
This Chiefland runner gains short yardage by missing a scored on a 24 yard run caughta
leap by Cromwell followed bya Buchholz helmet knocked the Robinson Nurse left tackle is 205 pound AdIA
:McGlynn kick to make the bailout of Reddish's arms and SA has always been a tough Wright, the captain of the few tacklers but the Tigers still dominated the ga met8.0; last screen pass, turned on the

score 15-0 with 6:19: left in the Buchholz took over at its own (See Page ) contender for BHS. For the team, likes to hit, is quick and Friday night in Lake Butler.Tigers yards gas and down burned the his sideline way 70 to

game. 47 yard line.Bradford. aggressive.
into touchdown.
totaled four Offensive guards on the
while team weight 140 pounds each. Visit Cross Quarterback} Danny Haien
fumbles in the night
Parents Hold Buchholz lost two. They are Tony White and scored on a 27 yard keeper
I Scott TL dder. Both are quick plav, and fullback Lorenzo 1
On first top Griffin hit paydirt after a 21 z
Bake SaleThere runningback Simon Cromwell and aggressive according to
took the ball four yards / iE'q the report. City Friday NightLAKE yard run. q)
will be a Bake Sale around left end moving the The SA backfield is little but Tiger linebackers Freeman
this Saturday, October 5, in ball into Tornado territory at very aggressive. Fullback White and Andy Howard led
front of the Athletic House on the 49 line. Cromwell ran Paul Mortley. 165 pounds, is a BUTLER Union White led tackling with 14 the defense with 14 tackles r'
Call Street. the ball twice for one yard and strong runner and would Hiih;; gridders will hit the road along with 11 assists. White, a each. Chielland did not get

The Parents' Youth Organi the loss of a yard on the next + rather run over than around a Friday night to visit Cross 6-0, 170 pounder also got one into Lake Butler territorySee
nation is sponsoring the sale Then the Bradford defense "'' defender, according; to the City in a Suwannee Confer- incerception and caused two
and all proceeds will be usedto held, forcing Buchholz to punt. t scouting report. Tailback ence duel starting at 8 p.m. (See Page 17)) ) (!- Page 17)
promote and help sponsor Vernon Wilson, 150 pounds, is The Tigers and Cross City
BHS took over at its 39 yard P
have identical 2-0 records. C(
youth activities in the comainly. a hard nosed ball player and a
Anyone wishing to line.Reddish was doing the good runner in the open field. had victories over North
& Construction
Florida Christian 28-0 and P. Clay Paying
contribute or join the organi- running, the first time for 10 Proman Billy Wells 160
zation may contact Loretta yards and a first down the pounds is real quick and has a K.'onge 37-6. The Tigers
have two shut outs in their 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE
:Marchant at 964-7M( or 964- second for six yards, both up l good pair of hands
: SA's is Keith account, or.e 33-0 over
the middle taking three to four
tackles on each run. This put Simmon, 160 pounds and has Hawthorne and 38-0 over rival Has the rain got you downin

7454.FLORIDA the ball on the Buchholz end of A average speed will run the Chiefland. well
the field at the 45 yard line. r+eit ball but is not that good at Cross City has got a the mud-
balanced ball club, have
Then Reddish fumbles on the -ia, passing, according to the
I scored about the same amount
and Buchholz report. \
next recovered play at the Bobcat 45 q BHS scouts( report St. of points as we have and they Let us pave the way for you.

THEATREFriSatSun# yard line.Buchholz. .-....;.._. -- -- Augustine's overall offensiveline have only given up" six pointsso
is quick coming off the far this season, says Head
I sustained a drive Simon Cromwell goes around right end for short yardage ball, the backs are real quick Tiger Coach Jack Jones. FREE ESTIMATES K.L. REEVES 1\
Cromwell seat
v.ith in the pilot
six before being stopped by Johnny :Nichols.'; Cromwell was and will put their heads down During last week's game OWNER
making runs, including a
Buchhulz's leader ground gainer. Tiger; linebacker Freeman
22 yard break around right and run over you.

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more runs the ball was at the
nine yard line with a first
down. -

Then Cromwell was running
Ifeaton around right end when Tor &

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made a good hit shaking the
"SleepeiCHARLES ball loose and BHs recoveringat
the five yard line.
On first down runningback e+w. ,
Plus Beaver DeSue took the ball up ,, ,
the middle and fumbles over W

the hands of Bobcat Leroy center / Ha WdITBee SBECIALS

Robinson. Buchholz took over I fllfund Yam Monty
again at the five yard line a '*;. II You Art Nit
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LEG United Artists Buchholz kicker Dale

McGlynn was lined up to kick ?

and a bad snap came.
McGlynn picked it up to throw I II II 1
301DRIVE I the ball to Mike Hardy in the I I
end zone for an extra two
points making the score 80. '

Neither team put togetherany .
IN I IFri. threatening drives or
plays for the remainder of the

(. & Sat first half.It I
|' started out as a rugged' s-- ,,' ,,r li' ,,. '
third quarter with Buchholz .. ,, rll''
"Butch 1r
Cassiday getting the ball first at the 35 I -

and TheSundance lost two yards on
first down when middle guard
Kid" Scott Pooser went through the
line and made the tackle.

PLUS Cromwell made up for it on 1 I 9..
the next gaining five
"The Salzburg yards. On t flay play Crom

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Connection"Sun for punt.a first, forcing Buchholz: to

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Tigers BeatCheifland. BHS JV To Meet Tough CHS At Home I I"I

was pleased with the illS will visit Starke. Game Revell as blocking back line'are David Dailey and
(From Page 16) defensive effort we had last lime is 7:01):( / p.m, On the offensive line will be [Franklin Bell at the ends,
Tuesday night and it will take Last Tuesday the Baby Lawrence Budget at center John Sheering and Marty
until the fourth period, then another one to win against Tornadoes beat Eastside 16-0 Lee Casey and Keith(Carter Russell at tackles, Kevin
was stopped at the seven yard Gainesville High School" in the opening game of the guards Bobby Smith and Kruger at middle guard and
line on downs. It was the says Head BIIS Junior Varsitv season. Marty Russell at tackles and Lee Casey and Keith Carter at
nearest the Indians came to Coach Harry Hatcher of this "Overall, in the Kasl.side: Franklin Bell and David Daily the linebackers.
scoring. Thursday night's game ......henRuclholz game our olfensive executionwas at the ends. In the defensive backfieldwill
not quite what I expected "ihs is real big and we are be Charley Revell al
Play-By-Play it lo 1 UWe had a couple of probably, going to have to play monster man, Earl Biggs and
Mistakes dominated the fumbles that we can not afford the best game of the year to Kenny Aycox at safeties and
first period of play, and it was David Carter
against Gainesville, said heat them says offensiveline at the corner-
Lake Butler who profited from Shuts Out.... 'oach HatcherStarting Coach Hedd!! Cox 'Wi- back spot.
them. The Indians won the on the offensive! have been practicing hard this "It is going to be a tough
toss and elected to receive. On (From. I Page. 16)) buck he Id will be Jackson Pre week and I think they! are game because GIIS always
the second down from vatt! at quarterback Roger r'ead' to pla\ football" has a good JV team," com
scrimmage, Chiefland'sCharles passing game On first down mented Defensive Line
Bennett at fullback /KennyAveox commented ('ox Coach
tried for Robinson but
Yonga took a pitchout was tailback and ('hurl(' Starling on the defensive Roger Chilson.
around his right end for what incomplete then hit Glen
looked like good yardage. But Jackson for 20 yards on .
Yonga was hit by Tiger tackle second down putting the ball
Lanier Clyatt and the ball at the five yard line with a
popped loose. first down. Alter an in
Buddy Perry, closing in complete pass Cromwell ran
from the secondary to stop the -A .f &rIII twice to put the ball on the one
end sweep, picked up the yard line when he went over
bouncing ball on the run, got a for the second touchdown of
couple of blocks to clear the III the game. A good kick by
way, and raced into the end ; McGlynn made the score 13-0 SERVICEElectrical
zone. Chiefland was stunnedas with 6:19: left in the game.
Sirmones' kick made it 7-0, i; BUS got the kick at the :31
Lake Butler, with just 49 yard line and moved the ball Contractors
seconds gone in the first to the 50 yard line before
running out of downs and
period.On u.
handing the ball over to ,,\{" & -G'.ee.
its next series of downs, : ..
after receiving the Tiger kick '. Buchholz with 4.07: left in the ( '

off, Chiefland again Fumbledon game. \\0\\ .\1\atesSe
Buchholz ran two quick S\\
second down. But Lake -- ; ;:.,;.
Butler returned the favor two reverses, the first losing three vVce
plays later, failing to This Is the 1974-7S Bradford Cross Country team. They are from (l-r) on knees, Larry yards and the next gaining 1:1: ( _
; capitalize on that break. On Paterson, Ricky Solze, and McCoy White: second row Jerry Wullivan, Kirk llunsinger, Mike yards and a first down at the '-' ,
Chiefland's 'third series of Sherman Mike Sanders, and Mathew Box; back row- llikeIcHae.! Robert Best, !Marty Best 40 yard lineHobinson RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL
and Freddie Bell.BHS.
threw an incomplete
downs Tiger Glen Kemp in-

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which Bennett threw with and another first down at the
[Tiger defensive end Hal High cross Tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 4'), "This is going to be a real 24 yard line Robinson com- STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
I Biddix hanging on him. country runners placed BIIS will run at home again in good meet," says Coacha pleted the next pass but a 15 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
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J Tigers drove to the Indian one last Tuesday at home before and Ocala Forest. P-m- to the 28 yard line

yard line with Tony Paytee, losing to Buchholz Friday on
Sirmones, and Hazen the Santa Fe Community
[carrying. But a stubborn College course in Gainesville."I .
Chiefland defense stiffened was pretty pleased with
I after Lake Butler got a first the three-way meet but the
down on the Indian two yard Buchholz match was a T
I line.Sirmones was stopped fora disaster," commented Cross &
two yard loss, Joe Maxwell Country and Track Coach : EEU .
I was tossed for a seven yard Grover Howard. EN1\\U.
loss on a screen passand a BHS placed second in the \ .
[Sirmones field goal from the three-way meet with 48 points
18 was wide to the left. .between Palatka South in first "Ulft\1 "
';i"t: As the second period rolled place with the low 28 points ,
",,around Chiefland was still and Orange Park in third with fffifamily center
4 y- unable to move the ball on 49 points. YOlfGO\\
. : Lake Butler. To end the first Larry Paterson placed firstin = \, BffOKf
\\PP:period James Bennett punted the three-way meet with a
:,,.!,K'dead' on the Lake Butler 47 time of 12:36.: Kirk llunsinger

" {, yard line, and two plays later was next in line for BHS in + QpDPEJLQ( ( !) (]) (](!J( I(3.(
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behind the Indian secondaryand Paterson, BHS 12:36: ; 2nd-
took a perfectly thrown Tim Deputy, PS, 12:37: ; 3rd- Open Mon Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 Combination

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27, a 20-yard gainer. From David "Fullwood PS, 12:48: ; COMFORTER-HUDDLE
there, Hazen kept around left 5th-Kirk Hunsinger, BHS, ':t_ 30-06 CAL. RIFLE
end. Turning quickly, the 12:49: ; 6th-Steve Woodard, OP,
Tigers quarterback showed he 13:08: ; 7th-Leon Solomon OP. t BAG
could run as he turned on the 13:23: ; 8th-Freddie Bell, BHS,
.. gas behind good blocking and 13:26: ; 8th-Greg Williams, PS,
scored from 27 yards out. 13:26: ; lOth-Cris Efstathion,
Sirmones' kick made it 14-0, PS, 13:27: ; 11th-Greg Lock,
Lake Butler, with 11:24: left in OP 13:30: ; 12th-Jackie White

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..,, FOR SALE Grain WORK Electrical FOR SALE:-12 x 52 trailer. Take HELP WANTED
beef call Arthur Gaskins after and plumbing: paintingand up payments of $86.66 per
month. Central air included.
6 p.m. 7823140. Itchg 10/3 carpentry: cement work: ( MotorCYCles ) Sun SportsMORE
Excellent condition. 964-7767. Wood
baths remodeled.Free
Deadline for Insertion
9/26/ 2tp 10/3 BOAT FOR And UsedSALES
Tuesday Noon preceding estimates. Ph. 431-1000 TRUS FAB INC. YOUR MONEY TF
- - -
Thursday before publication. FOR SALE: Good beef is the or 782.3218. Itchg
4 Miles n I Keystone on' Hwy 21 STARKE PH 964-5791
Minimum Charge '2.00 cheapest It has been In years. -- --- -- -- FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER -
15 Words) Why don't you fill your freezer CYCLE CENTER, 207 Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath
(Covers -------
SAWS N. Temple Ave. Ph. 966020, 3 BR home COMPLETE OUTBOARD & SERVICE
Each word over 15 now? J.R. Wainwright, 964- SHARPENED work home $27,500,
10 cents 7835. 1tp 10/3/ guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Your authorized HODAKA $9,000,13 acres with pond & Cash t Carry Tlr.sI STERN DRIVE SERVICE DEEP ft SHALLOW WELLS

-- -- -- leave at Jackson Building dealer. tfchg. 63 acres near Raiford $1,350an AND REPAIR
be ------- ----- acre. Ray Powell Broker.Ph. 412 E. CALL Plumbing Supplies
All Classified Ads must FOR SALE: High and dry lot Supply, Starke or Keystone COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

paid for in advance unless you located in "Five Oaks" near Heights. tfchg FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 400 496-3033 or 496.3861 TIRES REPAIR

have an established account - $550. Ph. 964-5875 after 4 EXPERT SERVICEON
Starke Golf Course. Lot No. 3. -- - tfch9------- FRONT END CUSTOM BUILT FIBER'GLASS'FISHING
with the Telegraph in that pm. Itchg 10/3 '
198' x 126'. Culverts and BOATS ALL MAKES
event 50 cents extra chargefor - - -- -ea a a a eI &
driveway, well and tank
pump WILL BABY SIT in home.
billing. Not responsible the for included. Electricity alreadyon Giving discount for two or I Parkview I II BRAKE SERVICE NEED TO CLEAN YOUR PHONE 964-7061
errors when given over
phone or when copy is not lot. 964-7767. 9/26 2tp more.712 1/2 S. Colley Road I I II 964.5800 TYPEWRITER ? Come by
10/3 9645667.9/26 r 1 1WANTED Village Durrance
2tchg 10/3 :i- WANTED
typed and brought to the of QUALITY TIRES & The Office Shop and pick up
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some liquid or sheet cleaner PUMP a SUPPLY CO.
FOR SALE: Starke, 40 acres, by Mobile : SERVICE FOR LESS for your typewriter.

owner. Part in 'permanent I I II TFN 864N. TEMPLE AVE.

flee.r farming.pasture, part Almost suitable all for fenced.truck t fOR RENT 1 refrigerators Used, washers furniture- Dah I Home I II ""

fOR SALE ) and Good tank.deep Water well with holes pump for mer's Discount House. tfchg I Park I CUBB Economic Agency needs $ SAVE $

-- -- - one CUBB Agency Representative

cattle.9647505.$750.00 No per collect acre, cash.calls. FOR RENT 3/4 acre trailer ... .." Now taking applications to work from its branch FRED DAVIS $2698PLUS
space outskirts of town, residency office in Green Cove Springsand
FOR SALE: 1 set Beautyrest 9/26/ 2tp 10/3 shady & private. $40 mo. Ph. HOUSES FOR SALEFOR SPACIOUS LOT SIZE one from its central office in GMC TRUCKS
and metal frame. -- ---- -- -- BUICK PONTIAC"A
mattresses Starke. Work
964-5078 Itp 10/3 I .SWIMMING POOL schedule covers TAX & TAG
twin size Brand new, used -- -- --- 32 hours a week at $3.75 an LITTLE RIDE CAN
nights.9647608.1tchg 10/3 FACILITIES hour. Must be able to com- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
--- municate COVE SPRINGS
with GREEN .iiW
-- people at all
OF VACUUMS, Large yard &garage, in town, SALE: 1972 12x65
GARAGE SALE: Saturday Oct. unfurnished. Couple or small Champion Mobile home in I .CITY SEWER & WATER t levels; accumulate information;

5,9 to 3. Location 1110 Colley condition unfurnished 2 .GARBAGE PICK UP write reports; be free to travel.All .
Many brands of new vacuums family $135 month. Ph. 964- good HeatersCleaned
Road, 1 block south of $39.00 up. Used machines 5078. 1tp 10/3 bedrooms, 1 3/4 bath, air con I .LAUNDRY FACILITIES duties designed by Executive
Southside Elementary School. $300 ft take Director. Send resume to p, O.
from $10. Expert Repairs all --- -------- up payments. Call I .CONVENIENCE STORE .
Box 970 Starke
Many like new items. Good 782-3911. 1tp 10/3 Florida 32091.
used clothing, 2 early Parts and Accessoriesfor FOR RENT Furnished 1 .NEAR SHOPPING CENTER by October 11. 1974. AN EQUAL Now Is The Time
-- -- --- I
American rockers, kitchen all vacuums. Built in bedroom apartment. Private (Bradford Square) OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
central vacuum cleaning FOR SALE: New Homes, To Have Your Gas &
entrance. 964-5884. Itchg.
utility table, pole lamp, swag Itchg On KOA Campground .
systems. 712 N. Main, 10/3 concrete block or brick
lamp, white vinyl scoop chair, on 301 South Oil Heaters Cleaned
Gainesville veneer, 3 BR, 2 bath, A/C
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portable TV table, plus toys, .. -. 376.7110TF- fully carpeted, 1 acre wooded STOP IN OR CALL ,
jewelry, small appliances, etc. FOR RENT Low weekly rental lots. Financing at 8 1/2% INSURANCEAT & Checked Before

1tchg 10/3 FOR SALE: Chicken house rates at Plaza Motel. 964- secured. Just completed by 9&4-B4B4. REDUCED RATES Cold Weather Arrives

- -- -- equipment, incinerator, front 7774._10/3 2tchg 10/10/ Steve Whitehead 964-6512 a- 9/26-10/17 4ttt I AUTO FIRE, BOAT

FOR SALE: Model 11.48 end loader for 8N tractor. -- -- -- --- evenings or 4733581. 10/3 t-. _ DOYLE E. CONNER Call

Remington automatic 12 Hampton. 4681239. 1tp 10/3 FOR RENT Real nice 1 2tchg 1010A. Jr. Reams 376 4551
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shot-gun, improved furnished - HERE IT IS
gauge bedroom apt. No - -- --
4222 NW 13th St
cylinder barrel. Very good FOR SALE: Red Duroc pigs, 9 pets. Ph. 9646947ltp 10/3 TCHG 964-7730 Gainesville
condition $100. Trooper H.F. 3 BR 2 Bath L.R. Dine Rm.
weeks $20 each. Have three, - -- .J. ThOMAS( Realtor ,

Wiggins, 9648592 Itp 10/3/ buy all for $55. Ph. 9648467.1tp FOR RENT KINGSLEY LAKE 621 N. WALNUT.. Kit., Fam. Rm., Cent. Heat & STARKE301 MOTEL 912.103
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Air C. B. Const. Approx. 1.13
103GARAGE Tel. ,
Two bedroom, furnished !961.6162
FOR SALE Baby calves dairy & - -- -- Duplex aprtment, A/C, on acres 7 Lg. Pecan trees, Chain &
Weekly Monthly
Masonry 4 br 3 ba WW link Fence.
dairy crossed $25 & cpts,
up. lake, private dock. See MerrittH.
SALE Saturday Oct. Rates
Jr. ed- CH&A, BIRO, dishwasher, gar Call 964-6593 or 964-7826
Maurice Edwards,
5,9 to 3. Location 1110 Colley Williams, 119 N. Walnut YOUNG'S CO.-
bage disposal, LR, DR Fla.
wards Rd Phone 964-6096 or 1 Street Starke Call 9645391. ,
Road block south of 944-5976 301 Northtf
room, utility,2 tanks
964.8510.9/12 4tp 10/3 septic new,
Southside Elementary School. tfchg some unfinished items.. 1 mile to
- - --- BRICK I Vacuum Cleaners
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Many like new items. Good '
FOR SALE school & stores. Street to be
: Apt. cook stove
gas used clothing, 2 early FOR RENT 3 room widened & sidewalks Used Machines 51000 Up
apt. added.
$10 Dresser with
mirror 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine
American rockers, kitchen
partially furnished, 1 child, Priced
roll o way bed $12.50, 3 chairs no at $42,500. Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice of BRAS INGTONCADI.LAGOLUSIORILE
$12.50 each, breakfast utility table., pole lamp, swag pets. Inquire 403 Walnut St. I : New & Rebuilt Kirby -
set town.
lamp, white vinyl scoop chair, Ph. 9648498. Itp 10/3 100 acres old farm, minimumcost
$20 baby swing $5. Ph. 964- SAI.ES & SERVICE
portable TV table, plus toys, Expert Repair Service All Makes
-- ----- to back into
6952 Itp 10/3 put production; '
George Roberts Real Estate Fine selection of L'sed Cars
jewelry small appliances etc. "
-.- - - Itchg 10/3 FOR RENT Furnished ef- % mile road front 'paved. 38 964-7826 or 964 6593 Taken On Cadillac Trades & Models t ,

FOR SALE: 71 Gladstron GT160,16' n ficency apt. $75 per mo. 2 BR miles from Jacksonville. Priced 211(11(.. N.W. I ith 375.5101GLVESVILLE : : Starke
unfurnished house $125. Ph. reasonable terms 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 Fla
21/4".125 HP John-
son motor, 50 MPH and with 964- -8404.- -Itchg- -10/3-- -- 20 acres'well, light pole, septic New masonry homes, 3 bedroom

trailer $2295. Excellent tank. Price $23,000. 2 bath, central heat and
condition W. C. Townsend MISCELLANEOUSGARAGE FOR RENT 2 bedroom traileron air, wall to wall carpets.

Kingsley Lake. Ph. 533.2261. Griffis Loop. Call 964-8816. 440 acres part cleared & fenced. We now have a fulltlme appliance SUGAR CANE WORKERS NEEDEDIN
9/26 2tp 10/3 1tp 2 state roads. See us for price & Small farm, close to Starke, 3 repairman for all your
- - - - -- - --
terms. bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. repair needs.
FOR SALE Reg. Poodle SALE: Saturday Oct. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile BELLE GLADECutters 11

Puppies, Silver. Ready Oct. 5,9 to 3. Location 1110 Colley homes outside city limits. J.B. New Homes in Starke and Rural 12 x 60 mobile home on 1 12 acre Call Badcocks
Road 1 block
south of
1st. Call 9647224. 9/26 2tp Southside White. Ph. 964 6114. If no $24.000.00 up. Small Down Pay. 764-5289 Camp Directors j

10/3 Elementary School. answer call 9648775. tfchg, 200 acres, fenced, approx. 60 Leadmen Camp Cooks
Many like new items. Good t
acres in pasture, per acre.
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used clothing, 2 early I
FOR SALE: 12' lockley sailboat, American Minimum $2.45 to $2.75 hour
rockers, kitchen FOR RENT Trailer Spaces 8\'nO'llUl1c: ; FRED SACKETT REALTOR per I

like new or trade for utility table, pole lamp, swag Available 1st month's rent ASSOCIATES REALTY 205 N.Temple IUS-3011)

Dunebuggy or Volkswagenthat lamp, white vinyl scoop chair, free. Call 496-2841. Lake Branch Office 964-6522 Davidson Fri., Sept. 27, 8:30: a.m. 12 p.m.

runs. Ph. 964 7648. 1tp portable TV table plus toys, Butler, Fla. 9/12 4tp 10/3 3(57( N.Temple Avenue Nite 468-1753

10/3 jewelry, small appliances etc. \lmN. P. 000IAssociate : Mobile Home ParkIn 209 W. Call St.
- - - HcngOLiNS
-- --- - 10/3
Itchg /

600 -- - 964-7700 964-5476 City Limits
FOR SALE: Sears camper - or

sleeps six. Or will trade for WANT TO TRADE house closein AutomobilesUsed Nice new 3 BR homes with low LILLIAN PEARSON ttttttttttttlattlotrttts

Volkswagen that runs. Ph. Starke for a beautiful oak down payment to qualified Real Estate $30 Per Mo.

9647643. 1tp 10/3 shaded lake lot on a hill with buyers. MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Walk To New
- -- -- clear sandy bottom? Also 2 PhonelAnytimel( ) 782-3806 PH.

FOR" SALE: 75 HP Chrysler houses and lot on same lake FOR SALE 1971 Toyota House and one acre also 8.71 Shopping Center 100 W. 9645606'l'T UI

engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer for 10/3 sale. Call 4734796. 1tp Corona. Good condition only acres 100. adjoining close in on SR 3 BR, 1 Bath, brick home with City Gas. Water a Sewer ,.::."W

Good condition. Kids lost $995. C 468-1551.9/19 4tp family room. on approx. 1 acre
interest. Must sell. 473.2210. -- - 10/10 with 181' on US 301 South of On 301 South
Acreage large and small tracts in REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
tfchg. -- - -- -- Lawtey
FOR SALE : Lettering
city and surrounding counties. Join Motel CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
- - -
Guides Stickers, FOR SALE: 1973 Plymouth Fury
TV Color picture tubes only $79 stencils and templates. At Grand Sedan, fully equipped. APPLE.BRONAssociate: 60 A. farm with 3 BR frame 964-8810
house 2 BR mobile home
The Office 2
labor Shop.
plus Dahmers Discount. 3000. James Crabtree 964- .
additional Mobile home hookups
964-7955 /
tfchg. 8037 1tp 10/3
large stocked fish pond,
- - SAWS SHARPENED, work - - -
planted pasture, fenced and Boyd Soul Brother and Day
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 FOR SALE 1974
FOR SALE: 1968 Fan travel or : Toyota wagon cross fenced. Room to farm and
trailer, 14 foot self contained, leave at Jackson Building Delux 1600. Will take old car Your sub-divide. Excellent terms. SpecialNew and Nit Janitorial Services

sleeps six $1,000. 1968 Chev. Supply, Starke or Keystone for equity. Payoff $2,200. Ph.

Impala 4 dr. HT, A/C ext. Heights. tfchgALCOHOLICS 9648750. 1tp 10/3 Real Estate Cecelia T. Terwillegar Doublewide have merged to bring you

- - - -- - -- Associate
clean $850. Call 964.5463

daytime 964 6133 after 6 p.m.Itp ANONYMOUS FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet pick- Broker Phone 944.514S 3 Br 1 &/. Bath A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced

10/3 964.7959 or 964 5148. 10/3 up, V8. AT AC, PS, Mag Only $6995Your staff to meet your needs promptly.
wheels, Posi-traction. Call Buy-Sell-Trade- .
- - - 13tp 12/26 Home- Business IndustryFloorsCarpetsWindows.
782-3956 after 6. 1tp 10/3/ UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC
FOR SALE Sorrell - - --
filly, 1 1/2 AppraisalsCALL Etc.
- - -- Reg Real Estate Broker
years. Gentle, also bay 6 LOSE
years with filly colt at side. with WEIGHT X-11 Diet- safely Plan& fast FOR SALE: 1970 Cadillac BILL POWELL Pdul Faulkner Broker Doublewide Renew the beauty of your trailer, home, roof,patio or
$3. '
Reasonably Priced. 964.5630. REDUCE excess fluids with X- $1,900, 1 ton Ford truck bothin REAL ESTATE Irene Faulkner Assoc Specialists pool.

Itp 10/3 Pel, $3. Koch good condition $550. Call 9646464 Robert Faulkner Assoc. Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam
Drug's 9/12 9645261. Itp 10/3 Louise Me Rda! Assoc
- - and-or chemical'
Btchg Big "G"
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FOR SALE: Lake front lot - -- -- -- 2305 N. Ave. Lawns and hedges cut-yard maintenance
SALE 1963 StudebakerLark
Sampson Lake 2 112 miles off SEWING MACHINE REPAIR : Ralph Starke. Fla. 964 5065 Mobile HomesHwy
4 dr.standard shift$250, Bryan
highway 100 on Sampson All makes Junk and scrap removal from homes or stores
cleaned oiled and Pony, motorcycle, trailer. 90 E, Lake City Fla.
Trestle Road, 65x600, 3" deep adjusted, $7. All work J.W. 782-3353. 964-6208 WANT TO SELL OR BUY
Rempton, 1tp Painting Interior and exterior
well 200' $8.500 cash. Will sell guaranteed. James 10/3 REAL ESTATE? 752.3201

60x12, 3 bedroom. 1 bath Strickland Morgan Road and TF
964-5425 964-8359
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trailer with 10x24 screen porchon SR16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- BUYERS Cdll Us For Best Prices

same lot for $500 and take 3189. Also scissors sharpened FOR SALE: 1964 Comet 4 dr., FOR ACREAGE Prospects Wtonf, ttrhq

over payments, 34 paymentsof $1 tfchgOPENING motor recently overhauled. r Well

$90.24 per mo. Contact - - - 473.3196. 1tp 10/3 Large- SmallImprovedUnimproved DrillingFast Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof

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p.m. and all day Sat. & Sun. September 23. Long ChampHome Rotary Carpet CleaningNot

1tp 10/3 Academic Kindergarten. Ages WE NEED Drilling EquipmentFor
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representative in downtown YOUR PLANS OR OURS
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FOR'SALE: Case pocket knives poodle want to rent 3 There will be BUILDING LOTS YOUR LOT OR OURS' W* are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments
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location. Call collect 4963021. LOTSCommercial
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HOME MOVING. Also stop to Residential D Developers Of 1 1In
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