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 10, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Solid Waste Problem

i I 4 tP Still Facing County

After Year's Debate .

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-- STARKE Garbage, being the principal topic of

discussion by most boards nowadays, got it's share from

Crowd the Bradford County commissioners at Monday's meeting,

.Large without resolution however.
With time running out and faced with other matters
l y'InY; ,n%' needing their attention, the board set Tuesday, October
.I r 15, at 8 p.m. to continue their discussion, with the added

Expected For stipulation that garbage and garbage disposal only wouldbe

r considered at the meeting.

With the county's landfill sites in the process of being

condemned and closed to further use the commissioner'shave

two options under consideration. One being a 114
Calf( Scramble
ii j S& vMS r k-T acre site at Camp Blanding to be operated by the Clay

... .M"Y,4" County Commissioners under a ten year lease from the

STARKE Another large Master of Ceremonies State Armory Board, with an option to renew for an
crowd is expected Geofgg Huggins will be at the
additional ten The commissioners considering
are a
night,October 12, at the eight microphone to kick off the years.
Annual Calf Scramble and evening's events at 630.: proposal to join with Clay County in the use of that site.

Horse Show, sponsored by the Registration papers will be The Starke City Commissioners are in the process of

Starke-Bradford County presented to the fifteen 1972 preparing an inter-governmental agreement with Clay
Chamber of Commerce, to be winners, while the 1973 winners County for the disposal of the city's garbage. The Camp

held at the Bradford County are parading their Blanding site is located just off SR-16, 11 miles from
Fairgrounds.Last calves.First and second place Starke.

year the event drew a trophies will be presented to
+6 M crowd of about 2,500 and an two of the 1973 winners, those The other landfill site under Bradford County at a salary of
equally large turnout is expected records of progress over the consideration is located on the $3,100 per year. Haas fills the

Spectators watch as sledge hammer bashes Into this 1966 were In town for the auction sponsored by Starke merchants this Saturday.Free the past most year were outstanding judged to by be a about Keystone nine Airport miles southeast property of vacancy retirement created of Albert by Lee the

Ford Thunderbird donated to the Downdown Merchants and Jaycees. to the public and panel of judges headed by Ray Starke on SR-100. As much as Crosby, Jr. Crosby's
Association Auction Day Saturday. Some 600-700 persons supported by business, Norman. 200 acres of land would be retirement became effective

agricultural, civic and in- First Scramble is scheduledfor available in that area. October 1.Appointed.
dividual donations, purpose of 7 p.m. with the second at The City Council of Father James
Old Fashioned Days Auction Termed Success scramble is the Chamber's 7:15.: Two chicken scrambleswill Keystone Heights at a Cregan to membership on the
effort to cooperate with the follow the second calf meeting held October 1 approved District 5 Mental Health

"Real real well," is Jaycee and Old Fashioned Days went reaching to the floor. A local merce to hold the annual county agriculture industry in scramble for children ages 7-9 plans to offer the use of Board.Cregan replaces Ralph
Auctioneer Jimmy Lawson'sdescription Saturday. pharmacist, George FlynnJr. Christmas parade on improving the quality of and 1012. Chicken scramble the airport land to Bradford Bryan hose term is expiring.
of how the Starke Some 600 to 700 persons ., had his hair parted in the December 7, and the Bradford County beef; and to entrants will be announced County. In exchange for the At the request of Sheriff
December auction that after provide local FFA and 4-H the use of the land Bradford Dolph Reddish waived the
Downtown Merchants' Association were in the downtown area middle.Model T Ford's owned just prior to scramble.
Funny Money auction Saturday afternoon from 1-4 by Leroy Jackson and noon. youth the opportunity to win a Children catching a chicken County would man the site and housing and feeding! costs of
p.m. for the funny money Charney Williams, a Model A calf and l get started in the will be awarded a choice of the provide the equipment to city jail prisoners for the
f ; auction..and side attractionssuch owned by Merrill Dees, and a The committee will meet in "cattle ,business. '-.eb ck'n 01'.a..one'"doll. ajh-: "", cover the garbage each day period February 1, 1973 to ;
, two weeks Oct. Other activities plannedfor The site would be available '*- J
I II II Ir as beating on a 1966 Ford 1950 Ford owned by a man on Tuesday, prize. for Octoberl'l974:
z i' mn ( rtrrrwtcx Thunderbird automobile witha named Lawson added atmos- 22, at 6:30: p.m. in the this year's Scramble use by residents of Bradford Authorized Clerk Gilbert ..
wv sledge hammer and dren- phere to Walnut Street duringthe Chamber Building to plan the program will provide an Following the pig scramblethe County and Keystone Heights Brown to seek interest bids on ,
ching local dignitaries with a auction Saturday. November auction and to get evening of fine entertainmentfor final calf scramble will be only.Meeting a!90 day basis in local or other :
dunking the things in motion for the the entire family, according called at 7:45: p.m., to be some resistancefrom banks for the short term use of
maching. Only Meeting Tuesday night,
failure of the day was the Merchants Committee agreedthe December celebration. to George Huggins, followed by the drawing for a commissioners was a surplus county funds.Authorized .
c ,it street dance which was calledoff auction and promotionwas chairman of the event, and hind and fore quarter beef. provision permitting can- the sum of
due to rain. decidedto Tommy Reames, president of The evening will climax with a cellation of the agreement on $300: to be expended for the re
a success. They Merchants
r "There lot Tuesday night the Bradford Roping Club. horse show staged by the 30 days notice by either party mapping of the municipalitiesof
was a more fun have just an auction in also with the idea
? up
j! Bradford Roping Club at 8 After discussing the Slarke Lawtey,
pro'sand Hampton
t with the November then all
I dunking maching to go out that in the November auction Activities will begin with a
Riders will con's for considerable and Brooker. Director
a Zoning
than anything," Jaycee Presi- for a bigger and better auctionin items be of less value but in fried chicken supper at $1.50 p.m. compete
the clover leaf, pole bend length of time Monday, L.M. Gaines said the project is
lie noted December.The served between
would be 4
says. more quantity.Many plate,
.I 8th Annual I that Chief basket weave and arena race. Chairman Ralph Bryan said to be done by the Urban and
CALF SCRAMBLEAND Police Jimmy merchants agreed to bidders Saturday found most and 6 p.m. by members of the
have been about
Bowen, Dairy Queen Owner ask the Chamber of Com- items out of their range. Bradford Roping Club. (See Page II) talking Regional DevelopmentDivision
Dale Brown, and Badcock this problem for months and of the University of
HORSE SHOW Store the time has now come for Florida.Defendant.
Owner Bill Wilson all got
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dunked several some action, and set a
Saturday special meeting for Tuesday.
October 12 Brown's wife, Barbara, paidto UC Disposal System Now October 15, at 8 p.m.
knock out the rear windowof
6:30 P.M. the Thunderbird, donatedby In another related matter
Craft's Body Shop. the board requested Sheriff
at the Fairgrounds Wielding a 10 pound sledge Dolph Reddish to start AcquittedIn
Mrs. Brown bashed in the cracking down on the illegal
CHICKEN DINNER windshield and broke the Council dumping garbage in certain
Goes To
SERVEDby hammer at the same time. Planning areas of the county. The MurderA
Bradford Roping Club The effort'received a round of problem has become more
applause from the audience. A prevalent as the county's

$1.50 Per Plate man also bought the tires on LAKE BUTLER "It looksto After hearing Justice's quent meetings of the Plan evaluate two bids received on disposal problem worsens. Hood Starke Norris woman on trial Lillie for

the old car, then puncturedeach me like we better not buy all comments the board went on ning Council which meets the equipment. Reddish said the main second degree murder, was
BRING ALLTHE with a pick ax. this equipment until we know record and approved the monthly.The Truxmore Industries problem in prosecuting those freed by a directed verdict of
FAMILY FORANEVENING A Kinard electric guitar that our loan has been approved county's membership on the loan application to FHA submitted a bid of$24,445 on a kind of cases was one of acquittal in Bradford County
from Dahmer's Discount
OF FUN House brought the highest ," cautioned commissioner Planning Council at a cost of will be re-submitted to the 23 cubic yard compactor truck identification of the violator. Cirucit Court, Tuesday, October -
D. E. (Skip) Wooding- 25 cents ,capita, excludingthe and and three 8.Mrs .
FREETOTHEPUBLICFirst price in the Funny Money ,. .) per Planning Council and then body on 60. Reddish suggested that
auction, $15,050. A Victor ton, following the opening of prison population in Union forwarded to the FHA for cubic yard boxes,at $305 each citizens could help in the Norris. whose trial
----- bids Tuesday, October 8, on a Justice estimated the
Truxmore's total bid
adding maching from The county. further consideration and it's 18300. matter of illegal dumping of began Tuesday morning was
Baptist Church Office Shop and a Miniature compactor truck and to green total cost to the county at expected approval by that was $42,743. garbage by making a note of charged with second degree
Youth Choir Musical Schnauzer from the Starke boxes scheduled for purchaseto about $1,500. Following thecounty's agency. The other bid under con- the license tag number on murder following the shooting
Pet Center brought identical get the county's solid waste approval for memo sideration is from Southland trucks and vehicles from death of her husband John
Sat.Oct.n.8:30p.m.- prices of $11,050. A cocktail disposal project underway. bership the commissionerswill Meanwhile the board appointed Equipment. Their bid on the which illegal disposals were Cooper Norris, on June 16 at a
Sun.Ocl.13.7:30p.m. watch from Gem Jewelry and Union County com- appoint two persons to commissioner Gerald truck and body was $27,811.53 being made and reporting residence on Oak Street
an' RCA stereo from Bad- missioners had previouslymade represent the county on subse- Griffis and Glenn Howard to and for 60 boxes at $233 each them to his office. located in the Reno section of I

--- cock's sold for $1,000. Two application to the totaled 13980. The total bid Reddish reported to the Starke.
stray cats donated by some Farmers Home Administration for all equipment amounted to commissioner's that he had The state represented at
FLEA MARKET body who wanted to get rid of for a $75,000 loan to I 4179153. engaged the services of the trial by Assistant State
them even sold, for $45. finance the purchase and installation LibraryBeing building Representatives of both Eugene Lee as a part time Attorneys Ken Hebert and
First Christian Auctioneer Lawson says of a county wide firms said that their bid prices staff member to be employedon Tom Elwell presented seven
Church selling those alley cats is a garbage disposal system, buta were firm for 30 days. holidays week-ends and at state witnesses in the trial and
Fellowship Hall tribute to his salesmanship. hitch in their plans The commissioners night. Lee was hired at a token rested their case in the late
developed when Clerk Robert CO nsideredProposal stipulated that final awards of salary of $100 a month. afternoon.
Merchants got into the spiritof read letter from a purchase contract would be Assistant Public Defender
Saturday,Oct.12 the Old Fashioned Driggers a At the request of the sheriff
9a.m.3p.m."We've Days. the FHA advising the board of library board contingent upon approval of the commissioner's approveda Stephen Bernstein/
Employees were in STARKE Bradford their loan application now
that their loan representing the defendant,
application was called resolution approving the
old fashioned dresses members Monday for a
long, commissioners met .
Got A Lot OfItems" being temporarily held up county foot building pending.On granting of one to six days of !Mrs. Norris requested a
pending the comments and Monday afternoon, Oct. 7, 6.000 square another bid opening for a gain time for county hearing outside the presenceof
which had been worked in
approval of the North Central with members of the county up crawler type dragline to be prisoners. A working the Jury for the purpose of
G'ville consultation with a state
Library Board for discussion used the control
----- Florida Regional Planning Library a by mosquito agreement with Marion making motions to the court
Council of Gainesville. The of a new county library library representative."What department three bids were County Road Department and for a directed verdict of
with is f
they came up '
THE OWL PROWLS is of 11 building. received. M. D. Moody and Bradford acquittal.
Book Sale region composed the ideal County providesthat r '
thing Bryan says.
.,Oct.12 counties, including Union, in Commissioners "Of weren't Sons of Jacksonville sub- prisoners transferred to Following the private .
came awayin course, they
mitted a lot bid of 70768. chamber between the
the north central Floridaarea. work details in Marion Countywill hearing ''J
for that realized
Set more complete agreement pushing ; they Other bids received were from \
WednesdayThe Carlisle
Starke Armory be allowed from one to six attorneys Judge ,
or realization that a new something would have to be
9 p.m.-I a.m. annual Book Sale Charles Justice, represent. library building actually is cut. The county will probably Santa Fe Equipment for days, depending on their job upon re-convening the jury, \. I. i
by (See Page! III) announced that he was ,
ing the Planning Council, on performance evaluation while
Gainesville Friends of the going to be constructed by the shoot at a 4,000 square foot
i l'
..... Bernstein's motion a
---- hand for Tuesday's regular serving jail time. The gain granting
will be county. Help will be asked of building, which is 1,000 more
Library Wednesday for the verdict which wasmade
meeting of the commis- time is in addition to the five .
the of Starke at
October City probably square feet than in the present
through Saturday, 16-
ARTS CRAFTS 19, in the old Park Lane sioners, explained the overall its Oct. 15 meeting next rented facility the library HamptonSchooI'Robbed days allowed by the state for a about 5:20: p.m.
Festival Cafeteria in the Gainesville benefits to be derived by the Tuesday, according to Com- must vacate by August 1975. job well done. A prisoner can The jury was dismissed
county as a participating now earn as much as 11 daysin the announced .
r: Melrose Shopping Center on North mission Chairman Ralph "We feel the time is here, following
Main Street. member of the regional group. Bryan. that we're going to build 30 from his jail sentence for vtrdict.On: .
I Saturday Oct. 12
Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thinking now Is to erect an something," Bryan said. A Hampton ElementarySchool outstanding performances on Wednesday morning,
broken into and
was the job. October 9. another was H
functional Jury
economical but
that the library
and suggestion
Wednesday 9 to 6
CommunitySchool a.m. Parents Org.Washing robbed last weekend, according Mon.day's drawn and seated to the
p.m.' the rest of the week. building entirely with local consider renting again was On other matters at begin f
Gymr Books of description, funds. State or Federal discarded he added. to Bradford Deputy meeting. the commissioner's trial of David Griffin,charged
.' a variety of special magazinesand Cars matching funds would only The county commission will Sheriff John Dempsey : with aggravated assault upon
I I more than 500 records will push local costs up. Bryan be looking for funds, from its Two tape recorders a pairof Received an income and the person of H.W. Harris, a ]
m i4 (Bamtmmfiu&tatr be on display for browsers and Parents Youth Organization says because of the strictbuilding own reserves and from the earphones and some expense report from Tax correctional officer at, the I
buyers. will be holding a car wash this standards that wouldbe City of Starke, Bryan In- hamburger meat were stolen Assessor Gene Long for the Florida I IState Prison. The l-
dunk Prices range from 5 cents to Saturday at Hurst Shell imposed. Bryan seems to dicated. by the thieves entering the period ending September 30. incident occurred May 27. 1- I
;, $5 with most under a dollar. Station at the corner of US-301 feel the county can build a The library building will\ be building by means still Long reported excess incomeof Assistant State Attorney ,

"- ......"""'--t U. Proceeds of the sale are and SR-100. library building that will do erected on the lot at Walnut unk.-wwn. $1,596.23 which he wl\s Tom Elwell announced
I 'I'-....... used to improve services and It will be open from 9 a.m. to the job much cheaper than If and Jefferson Streets,directly Inventory was being taken reverting to the county. Wednesday morning that two ,
I r.-..0....hr-.c:.... facilities of the Santa Fe 1 p.m. and the cost will\ be the state or federal govern- across Walnut Street from the by the school to make sure Appointed Bill Haas as other trials scheduled for this
Regional Library. $1.50 per car. ments have a hand in the pie. Lex Green home. only those items were taken. Veterans Service Officer for See Page 13))

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I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson Miss Nancy GayComplimented Episcopal Telecast To Be ShownOn Pine Grove Meth. The Magic Needle

Celebrate 40th AnniversaryMr. At TV 12 0 ct. 1 13 Revival Oct. 9-13 Displaying CraftsThe

and Mrs. J. G. Jacksonwere Bridal ShowerMiss The Diocese of Florida, as a Cervany said, asking The Pine Methodist Grove Church Congregational at Festival. I

honored at a surprire complete family will relive Christians to bring gifts to the will hold a revival
celebration on their 40th Nancy Gay, Nov. 23 the past, experience the Altar, "where they will be Raiford with Evangelist The Magic Needle will h aveCI"t
wedding anniversary held! bride-elect, was compli- present and look positively received, blessed and used to Oct. 9 to 13 from Sandersonconducting a display of arts, crafts and
Sunday. Sept. 29 at the heir mented at a bridal shower toward the future at 10 a.m. His glory." 1 on.Ray the services.I needle point at the Melrose
of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Saturday night given by Mrs. Oct. 13. Arts and Crafts Festival
Alvarez, Jr. on Bayless Hig Gary Brewer, Mrs. Oscar "Yesterday, Today, Saturday, Oct. 12 in the
way.The Crosby and Mrs. Don Patrayat Tomorrow," a half hour Roy Clemons w Everyone is welcome to Community School gym-
family covered-dish documentary film centered attend. nasium.
the home of the latter on E.
dinner was given by their Call Street. around the coming transition Celebrates 61st
children: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Standing in the receivingline from the Right Reverend
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald were the honoree, her Hamilton West to the Right Birthday SundayRoy e
Kay Tilley. !Mrs. Elizabeth and Reverend Frank Cervany as
mother, Mrs. Jerry Gay
Stalnaker and Mr. and Mrs. the Bishop of the Diocese, will
Mrs. Patray. Clemons celebrated
Alvarez. Jr. and their refreshment table was be telecast into all 66 congre his HEALTH QUESTIONSYOU w
The 61st birthday Sunday at a
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families. gations.Parish
covered with a white lace covered dish dinner given by SHOULD ANSWER
Red candles were used at cloth and centered with a priests are urged to Mrs. Clemons and their _
points of interest in the living encircled bring their respective congregations -
crystal punchbowl children, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
and dining room. The together in church to
room with white pompoms and fern. Norman, Camp Blanding, Mr. MorganMelvinEngagement V
mantel held an arrangementof tr :;& view the film "family style."
This was balanced by silver and Mrs. Jimmy Newman Take this abort quiz uid see U you are
red and white carnationsand and children and with white The showing will act as a Buddemons of health.
Deas holders
grand- candle Pompano, Mr. and Mrs. Told taking good care your
and baskets of the
springboard 1974-75
pompoms children. tapers. Mrs. Crosby presidedat Mr. and Mrs. 1. Are you overweight or underweight?
greenery was used on each Among the 85 attendingwere the punch bowl. stewardship campaign by Denton DeVoe, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leaton 2. Did you skip that complete physical?
side of the fireplace. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson's The hostesses presented the having parishioners come Jimmy Clemons and Mr. and Morgan, Jr. of Starke an- 3. Do ;you push too hard physically?
Cake and punch were sisters, Mrs. Lita Cook, honoree with the meat platterto together to share a common Mrs.Jimmy Nugent of Starke, the and 4. Do you; push too hard mentally?
nounce engagement
served in the afternoon from a Starke Mrs. Dena Veldink china experience and then moving v 5. Have recurring symptoms that
her every day patternas and their families. approaching marriage of their you any
table covered with white lace Gainesville Mrs. Duke Bear of the occasion. forward. Ignore? a
a memento Dinner was served from Sandra Marie you
over red satin. Centering the invitedto Following last year's telecast daughter, to 6. Does that cavity In tooth keep getting -
with (Floral City and Mrs. G. T. Among the 50 guests tables set up in the yard to the Gary William Melvin, son of your
table was a white cake "Mission 73" Diocesan
Kennard, Trenton.DUPLICATE attend between the hours 7 larger?
85 those
attending including
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of
red accents and topped with a stewardship increased
and 9 p.m. were the honoree'sgrandmothers from out-of-town: Mrs. Ruby If the answer to any or all of these questions -
dainty ornament of white Mrs. GeorgeL. healthy 10 per cent in just Waters, Palatka, Mr. and Brooker. Is ;yes it Is time to do something aboutit
bells, roses and the numbers BRIDGE three months, and went an Miss Morgan and Mr.
Colgin, Sr. of Keystone up Mrs. Ottis Morgan and Mr. now. Your doctor can help you get back
40. Small wedding bell favors CLUB RESULTSMrs. astounding 38 cent within Melvin both graduated from
Heights and Mrs. O. C. Gay of per and Mrs. on the right track.
filled with mints were Lex Green and Mrs. 18 months. Jerry Morgan, Bradford High School in 1973. I
decorated with red net, bow J.D. Odom were the winning Gainesville. The program will be shownon Ruskin, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miss Morgan is a 1974
and a small heart on top with couple at Duplicate Bridge The Owl Prowl Ch. 12 in Jacksonville, Ch. Upchurch Mrs., Malcolm Morell Clemons Clemonsand graduate of StratfordWomen's ., when you need a delivery. We will deliver
the wedding date printed on Tuesday night. Mrs. J.H. 20 in Gainesville and Ch. 6 in College in Tampa promptly without extra cturge. A great many '
each heart. Mincsinger and Mrs. George Tallahassee thereby reachingall Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Melvin attended
Saturday Night people rely on us for their health needs. We
!Mr and Mrs. Jackson were Roberts Jr. were second and congregations in the John Robinson, Lake Butler South Florida Junior Collegein welcome requests for delivery service and charge
presented with a scrap book Mr. and Mrs. Richard James Starke diocese.It and Mr. and Mrs. Raif Avon Park.A accounts
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from their families with all were third. ArmoryGamma is built around the consecration Carroll, Leesburg, and their January wedding is .
the pictures of the Jackson Theta chapter of of Bishop Cervany on families. planned.Mr. Phone 9646757KOCH'S
Beta Sigma Phi held their May 23, 1974 at St. John's '
regular business meeting on Cathedral Jacksonville, DRUG STORE
Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs. Special memories come from Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen and Mrs. E. L. Mat- PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS
u Wayne Wynn with Mrs. Danny interviews with individualswho attended the Florida Optometric thews attended the fall con-
Waters as co-hostess. have personal reminis- Association Board vention of the Florida Savings 166 W. Call W- -3-74 Starke, Fla. I-J
Plans were made for the cences of the ministry of meeting and Auxiliary & Loan League at The
upcoming dance, "Owl Bishop West.Following meeting in Orlando over the Breakers in Palm Beach from
Prowl," on Oct. 12 at the scenes highlight. weekend. Sunday to Wednesday. 1 e s a I
w .1 klM Starke Armory. A program on ing the consecration itself,
scuba diving was presented by Bishop Cervany calls for a
Wayne Wynn. spirit of collegiality in setting
The next meeting will be goals and priorities."At .
rrJi' held at the home of Mrs. Marc no time is there greater
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U Little Women's Club Hear Scriptural Rosary

B John Brookins Speak On CollegesThe Service SundayAt

St. EdwardsMrs. i
Little Women's Club of Admissions at Stratford .
Starke held their first fall Women's College in Tampa, .
meeting on Monday evening, spoke to the club after the Michael Gilhooly, president M } !
Oct. 7 at the club house. business meeting. presided at the St.
The officers for the 1974-75 Latain Herres and Dianne Edward's Altar Society held I II
year are: president, Dianne Gaskins,hostesses, served re Tuesday night, October 1, in
Gaskins; vice-president, freshments at the close of the the parish hall. wa TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Latain Herres; corresponding meeting,, I y (h )
secretary, Brenda Roberts; Altar Chairman, Mrs.
recording secretary, Melissa Lester Humphries, said that to ; +r,4f 706 W. MADISON -STRRNE-964.7200
Rutledge; treasurer, Gloria Alvarez ReunionThe Mrs. Henry Stefanelli has
Strickland and chaplain, altar care during October;
Debbie Branson. Sponsors for descendants of Owen Mrs. Jimmy Moore volun- I
the club are Mrs. F. W. Strick- and Candacy Alvarez will holda terred for this work in I
land and Mrs. Henry F. family reunion Sunday,Oct. November. Mrs. Richard I II NEW FORD
Godwin. 13 at the Lake Butler Community Richards thanked Father
John Brookins, Director of Center.A basket lunch James Cregan for framing the
will be served at noon.BIRTHS. religious picture which came .!
from Germany and was a giftof
Shriners DanceAt Gladys Weldon for use in vMMUti
the parish hall. TRADE INS
Annual Ball Mrs.Joseph Gissy announced I -
that Coffees would be held r
The Shriners held their .
; ,
each Sunday after Mass with a
annual dance Saturday nightat bake sale to be conducted the
the Woman's Club with
first Sunday of each month. Mrs. L. C. Early displays gifts available at the Bradford
: approximately 200 attending. Mr. and Mrs. James David Mrs. Richard Pernini! out- County Hospital Hospitality Sho|>. USED CARl
Music was furnished by Ricks III, Green Cove lined plans for the float to be !
Johnny Jelinek's band from Springs,announce the birth of constructed for use in the local ..
Jacksonville.All a son, James David IV, born Christmas parade. Mrs. Cler- BCH Auxilians Assist At Hospital ;
proceeds were donatedto Oct. 3 in St. Vincent's
mont Bizier volunteered to
Crippled Children's Hospital. assist with this project.Mrs. Maintain Gift ShopCare TRUCK SPECIALS

Hospitals. Bizier gave plans for a of the sick and elderly patients in reading their mail;
Halloween party for membersof is a paid job for some and a run errands for the bed-
religion classes.A one for others.Auxiliary ridden; provide niceties suchas
Fall VEGETABLE PLANTSCut Scriptural Rosary Service members work side decorative plants and tray
will be conducted ,
by side with nurses and aidesto lavors. The vending cart
October 13, at 5:30: p.m. Fol- brought to the bedside
fill in service causedby
down on your Grocery lowing this service a covered a lack of personnel. provides stationery, cards, CHEVROLET PICKUP '
dish dinner will be held in the $26951973
stamps, candy, reading
Although some
Bills by growing some hall with Mrs. Robbie
: 69 have invitation-only membership material and favors. Members Automatic
: of your own Vegetables Shaller in charge of arrange ,in general any interested collect magazines, comic .,
ments. Mr. James Fortuna person who can give books and paperback books
: TRAY Of 6 PLANTS who serves on Mayor Tanzler's character references join for patients to read.
Committee of the Agingin the Bradford County Hospital During the past several >1 1TudorA.T.Loaded
Jacksonville will presentthe Auxiliary.In years Auxiliary members 1972 FORD TORINO
film, "We've Come ofAge" nave raised funds to donate to $
Quick' the past 43 members
6 6 6 Growing Green Any interested memberof have donated year 3,082 accumulated the hospital a cardiac console, 1 5 95
Coverage All/ Winter/ the community is invited to hours of volunteer Bovie Electrosurgicalmachine
fER1\l\1f.R(\ \ attend this presentation. work at the hospital.Since the at the cost of $2,600,
RYE Following this meeting Mrs. Auxiliary was organized in over-bed tables, shower
Gladys White,President of the 1956 Mrs. Garl Mathews has curtains, furniture for the .
With Minoru ganC9 St.Augustine Diocesan accumulated 3.QUO hours reception rooms, mattresses,
100 W Council of Catholic Women, Mrs. George Anderson, 2,500; bed lamps, draperies, along $ 1973 PINTO SQUIRE
Bag and Mrs. Betty McGill, of the hours; Mrs. W. A. Stern, 1,000 with shrubbery and 2695
to East Coast DCCW,
60 Deanery hours; Miss Lillian Stern, decorative trees for the
From Jacksonville, presenteda 1,000 hours. hospital grounds. The latest Automatic Air
program Auxiliary members assist project for the Auxiliary is to
I raise funds for a portable X-
&k 34? ray machine costing approximately -
$7.500 and a
chloride meter for $1,050 for GRAN TORINO Sport
the hospital.To $32951973
raise funds for these
costly donations membersmust Air

Ex3UA FREE 2 day Loan of a rummage raise the sales money, hamburgerbooth through

\. . Spreader with Fertilizer REMNANT SALE Christmas at the bazaars County and Fair the

S\t\ Hospitality (gift) shop in the $ CHEVROLET Corvette
Purchase [During October Only hospital lobby.
The gift shop sells

For A Prettier, Less Weedy Lawn Now & Next Spring, Fertilize stationery ceramic gifts, Pert. Air FH 4 Speed
Saturday Oct. 12th lower( arrangements, can-
Now With Gro-tone dles, toiletries, candy, books,
place mats, recipe books,

WEED .AND FEED and greeting toys cards for children, games,among books 1972 TOYOTA WAGON .
7:30A.M. Till Noon Only other items. The shop offers $
Palletized -Balance Plant Food Containing $ innumerable gifts for Christ- 1 595 \

Minor Elements and Iron Plus Weed Killer fd4 mas and timely floral Air Conditioned
arrangements for spring, .
BAG COVERS 2500 Sq. Ft. summer, fall and Christmas.The .
coffee and soft drink
Reg. Macclenny C.M.T. Factory machines and cracker and
7,9897NowOnly candy dispensers are also 1970 FORDLTDAutomatic
maintained I by the Auxiliaryand
Grotone 30 Barber Rd. give them revenue for $995
$598 for the Air
their many projects -
PELLETS 50 Ib Bag . hospital.New .
Off Hyway 121 members are needed to
OII'A GARDEN donate 30 hours or more a
year to maintain the receptiondesk
UI CENTERONTIOL ,work in the gift shop and PICKUP
assist patients when needed.
539 East Call St. The Auxiliary is having a $29951973 AORPYS-8

PH. 964-5745 rummage sale Nov, 2 at the
-aca Macclenny, Fla. Community Bank parking lot ,
starting at 9 a.m.Historical .

INSURED Presented Program At UDC $3295 1974 MUSTANGGHIA

SAFETY Meeting Oct. 12A A.T.Air 9,000 Miles

THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL GET John historical c. Breckinridge program, Con on

federate Secretary of War.
was presented by Mrs.Sandra GT RANCHERO
WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNTAT Sanders, historian at the $38951974FORD
meeting of the W.T. Week's
chapter, U.D.C. on Wednesday Auto Power
GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS I afternoon of last week ,
The meeting was held at the
home of Mrs. O.L. Beasleyand
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Mrs.
$ Guy Sale, president, presidedat SPECIALNEW
the meeting where it was
SAVINGS ACCOUNT announced the convention in
Passbook Jacksonville would take place 1974 PINTO NO. P2914
CERTIFICATE Oct. 710. The chapter voted it I
would send delegates to the
JR + .r. ,' III0 District meeting in February Radio and HeaterX2350
\ .wlanAYU..n unanimous approvalMrs.
Guaranty.-...-..M P.dePNS. ..,_..".. L.G. Powell was named
"Life Member" of the

chapter. It was noted that .
.I.W: Mrs. Powell is a charter
iiiiII' member of the W.T Week's
In limes of economic uncertainty it's more important than ever .;;.;., chapter.Refreshments.
before to know your money is safe and secure. Investigate fully 1. 110 were servedby Plus Sales Tax Tag & Title
before you invest. the hostesses to the 20 ,
When dealing with stocks bonds real estate, or even U.S. Treasury -."IuuIJv': u.r members present at the close \'
Notes there always an element of risk. ... LT.. of the program.
Your safest investment can be found at Guaranty Federal Savings: if S'f"> The November meeting will
and Loan. Your principal is always> immediately available. And,at be held at the home of Mrs. SPECIAL ;
Guaranty Federal interest compounded daily on your savings. George Roberts,Sr. with Mrs.
For more information, drop by or call any of Guaranty: Federal'sfive O.L. Haynes, Sr. as co-
convenient offices,today. m hostess. NEW 1974 MUSTANG II

Passbook Savings None None 525% 5.39% 2t y"J< ", No. M2939 '

: New Certificate. $1,000 90 days $75% 5.92% (See Page 4) I
i New Certificate. $tooo I year 6.50% 6.72 Guaranty
: New Certificate, $1,000 2'/i years 6.75% 6,98%
e: New Certificate $1,000 4 years 7.50% 7.79% Federal! r THEBRADFORDCOUNTY TELEGRAPH $3100

Savings and Loan Association Published Thursday
: every
at 138 W.Call Street ,
: ON CCKliriCAK' flANS oc Starke,Florida 32091
.. Plus Sales Tax, Tag 8 Title "
Second Class postage paid
: SIARKC Starke.,FloridaSubscription

:. In trade area:$8.00 Rates per: CHECK WITH CLYDE, '
r. DA Y '
$3.50 six months TO
year; :
.. ERMIE' or BYRON ,?:f
Outside trade area: $7.00
per year; $...00 six! months i, i

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. 3 Veterans Promoted At DuPont PLANS SIIAW REUNION FAMILY Emma Thomas Local Census Survey Set On EducationA

The annual reunion of the July. The unemployment rate
Shaw family will be held at Emma Griffis local continuing measure of con
mechanical supervisor at the Mrs. interviewer will The was 5.4 percent, up slightly
Trail Ridge Mrs. New Hope Church near Thomas, 88, of Route 2, conduct a census survey on ditions in the labor force. theNation's from 5.3 percent the month
Douglas has been to LaCrosse on Sunday, Oct. 20. Starke, died Thursday, Sept the number of school years August survey found before.
promoted A business meeting will be 31, in the Starke Nursing completed by household employment
shipping Norman supervisor.has of held at 11 a.m., followed by a Home after a long Illness. She members and the number of situation little changed from .
'Yys experience with DuPont.years His basket lunch at noon. All was born in Bradford County children attending nursery
friends and relatives are 7, 1886. school
on January or kindergarten the
J first job was that of spiral WALL
invited. Surviving is her husband, week of October 14-18 by the
helper, but most of his service
has been John W. Thomas; one stepson, Bureau of the Census.
as a laboratory ST.MARK'S Russell Griffis and Local WHOLWLE'NO
technician his one interviewer who will ;,
position at the BAl
time of his EPISCOPAL CHURCH stepdaughter, Mrs. Effie visit households here is Mrs. &
Weekly Schedule: Cooper, all of Starke; two Norma Foray. '
Norman native of
a Sunday' Oct. 13 Holy grandchildren, and one great- Questions on education will TL
Bradford County, has served a EucharIst, 8:30 a.m. TV grand child. be in addition to those asked mcti: Jpa;
term on the county come Special, 10 a.m., followed by a Funeral services were held regularly in the monthly :
mission. He and his wife Products
free discussion and worship Friday at the Tung Oil Vain
at 2 p.m. survey on employment and
Barbara have four children ,
about 11:3() No Name Bn1nd.W"Jp4pt
and live r :, '1YShirley ending a.m. Graveside in Evergreen unemployment conducted
SR-225 northwest
on Church School on this date Cemetery near Raiford, with nationwide by the Bureau for
tDrew of Starke' F Thursday Junior Choir Rev. Leroy Olive officiating. the U.S. Department of Labor. sss IILL1ndlli"llvL-------38&-5065!
Mrs. Douglas, the former Practice, 3:30: p.m. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral The survey provides a Jacksonville, I KIa. 32210
Shirley Harley, began with
in of
Home was charge ser- .
F. Reddish 11. Douglas

Job promotions have been DuPont 1958 : -.:::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::: .:
in as a steno- V i.6I 4Jap t ELECTRIC
announced for three veteran grapher. Born and raised in 11 t WELLS
Cri Of Thanks
employees, Drew F. Reddish, Bradford County, Mrs. CQIQ
J. M. Mrs. .' Douglas is the mother of four 'KI(;.-: =::. ):.::::x:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::
Shirley H. Douglas, of 0. and, with husband Wayne,
the DuPont Company's two makes her home on SR-16 Sunday Sunday School,
plants at Highland and Camp west in Starke. She has 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11 C\ltD OF THANKS SERVICE
Blanding. worked at various clerical o'clock, sermon: "Decisions, The family of the late Jewell
Reddish has been promoted positions in both DuPont Decisions" ; Church Training, Cummings wishes to express
to assistant plant engineer plants here.Reddish 6:15: ; Evening Worship at their thanks for the many, Electrical Contractors
with supervisory duties en- 7:3o-Youth: Choir will present many flowers, cards,
compassing the maintenance has been employed Musical "I'M HERE, GOD'S telegrams and kindnesses
departments of both the High- by DuPont for the past 19 HERE: NOW WE CAN shown them during their \ tee
land and Trail Ridge (Camp years. He has served in START". hours of bereavement. Again .
Blanding) plants. Reddish numerous supervisory Monday Girl's Ensemble, we wish to say thanks. \e S'
the son of Retired Sheriff and positions at the Florida and 6:30; Youth Choir, 7 p.m. n.\ 1\O\1t S\\ \
"irs. P D. Reddish of Starke, Newport, Delaware plants of Tuesday Junior Choir, The Cummings Family .J -
was formerly maintenance DuPont. '\Ce
3:20. --- -
engineer at the Highland Reddish and wife, Ada, have Wednesday Family Night CARD OF THANKS SeY .

plant three sons and reside on Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School The kindness and sympathy of
Norman has been J.M. (Buck) Norman Debra Street in Starke.
named Workers Mtg.; R.A..; G.A; neighbors and friends in our RESIDfNTIALCOMMERCIAlINDUSTRIAlDIAL
Acteens, World Friends, recent sorrow will always remain
Mission Friends,6:45: ; Hour of WIth us as a precious memory. 964-6061
P2YP2 Power, 7:30: ; Church Choir Our sincere thanks and gratitude
I e3(0CjJf(< I IMr Practice, 8:15.: for all those comforting acts and SERVING STARI'E AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
Thursday Inspiration and a special thanks to Rev. Tommy
STARKE 3209.
Visitation, 9:30: a.m.; Music Howe.
and !\Irs. LaRue J. G. Caldwell was admitted Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood Makers Choir 3:20: ; P.O. BOX 601EveryDayLowPrice
Williams and family of Or to the North Florida Regional are attending the annual Visitation, 7 p.m. The Claude Rowe Family
Hospital last Florida Association .
Thursday Forestry -
mond Beach will spend the -
following a heart at Jacksonville
attack. meeting
weekend with her parents,
Beach Oct 910.
!\Ir and Mrs. R. A. Colson.
I\lrs. J. W. Griffin and Miss
Lillian Stump visited their Mr. and Mrs. George
!Mrs R. E. Dopson attended
sister, Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Huggins were camping at
a luncheon Sunday in Live
Jr. in Monticello over the Anastasia State Park from EveryDayLowPrice
Oak honoring Miss Pam
weekend. to
Wednesday Monday.
Klauman, bride-elect.
Misses Debbie Spengler and BEEF Pantry
John Miller, who
was confined
1\lr and :'tIrs. Danny Anne Haynes of North Florida in REGULAR GRIND
Riverside for
Thompson and family of Jack. Junior College were home for two weeks with a Hospital broken leg Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
sonville were Saturday visitors the weekend.
received in an accident, is
of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
convalescing at home.
Casey. Jr. Mrs.A.J. Barry, son.Drew, SUPERMARKETS

and daughter, Adrienne, Mrs. Lola Johnson returned COFFEE
!\Ir. and Mrs. Marion Har. attended a birthday dinner for last Friday from a month's STEAKS STARKE
rington of Ormond Beach and Mrs. Tom Holt in Jacksonville visit with her son-in-law and 320 SOUTH
1\lr and Mrs. Bill Harrington Sunday night. WALNUT ST.
daughter, Mr.and Mrs. G.S.
of Keystone Heights and Robarts in Indianapolis, Ind. t.; 11t $ 58 0YRTe.TO RONGrSYATU .000.....
daughters were guests during Mr. and Mrs Fred Snell and R '. YYS000D
O.U: ",. LB
the weekend of Mr. and Mrs family of St. Augustine were Mrs. Godfrey Hayes of b0NTR TNru weo rSEUYYON ocr QUANTITY 99c
C N. Christy.Mr. of
Friday and Saturday guests
Gainesville was Sunday d NE ill pknrd to ucee BAG
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.Mr. .
visitor of Mr.aand Mrs. E.W. LB utD.tl fooo STAMP .
and Mrs. Harry .and Mrs. C. J. Swindell, of
Stallings and children of St. Augustine, were also Hayes. COUPONS

Gainesville spent the weekend Friday night dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. J.G. Holton ___
with her parents, Mr. and the Reddish family. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell __
Mrs. C L. Dmkins.IIr .
Jimmy Alvarez is attending Bedell attended the orchid ITArL! '

and !\Irs. B. L Moxley the National FFA convention show in Tampa on Sunday.

and daughter, Lynn, and Anne in Kansas City, Mo.. for _
Mrs. Arlin
Allen visited Disney World several weeks. McKnight attended
over the weekend. the annual meeting of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. the Florida Public Health
Thornton of Miami will be Association at Daytona Beach .

Friday guests of Mrs Harry last Wednesday to Friday.Mr. 1 9L$
Mooty.Mr. .
r and Mrs. DL Rigby of oOrRi 1 ; roo rRRLL118q

and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Clearwater were weekend t AJi
attended the Moore family guests of Mrs. Arlin ElglltE : ,4j1 ( .

reunion in Dublin, Ga. over McKnight.
the weekend.Mr. .
Miss Evelyn Sinclair of EreryDaylowNke EeeryDayLowPrke EwcryDayLo.wPrlCc.SSO.TlD EetryDaylowPrke EesrylkyLowPrke BonuBuy eerSONTON..Umr YDaYLowPric %
and Mrs. Joe Lewis of Orlando and Jim Arpen of OMILESS 5EF FYNETASTI SMOKED WESTERN
Jasper were Sunday dinner West Palm Beach visited Mrs. Perk Should.. CHUCK POT Pork Loin SLICED all Pu.POSE
= guests Norman.of Mr. and Mrs Gerald Clyde Sinclair on Sunday ROAST ROAST CHOPS8ftc. BACON SHOULDER CAULIiIpWtN [APPLES

Ask Mrs. R.J. Pavlas, the former ie9LI sl18 370AG 9 59LT
(f P niu AIA049Ij
Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City Bessie Carter, has :a
spent last Friday with her returned from Alachua
Charley r, mother, Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. General Hospital where she .

E. Mr.and Mrs. Olin White had underwent surgery.

a picnic supper Saturday with Mrs. John Whelchel of I i

JohnsAbout their son and daughter.in-Iaw, Sanford and Mrs. Mike : ..,....... 1
Mr and Mrs. Robert White in O'Brien of Miami and their
Gainesville following the UF children spent the weekend at IS.C.N
game. the Sawyer cottage at
This Question: Kingsley Lake. y.. .. ...
Local admittances to Bradford u. S. CHOICE BONELESS IU. S. CHOICE BONELESS I. Cheese' :::".' "

"Our tirm requires that all County Hospital this What sometimes passes for Bottom Round I Eye Round I Daisy ....:::?..... srq 10.
those employees handling week include: Willie Souther- 28
land, Lake Butler Mrs. Rosie an open mind is really an Li :8189 '
the firm's money Baxley, Lawtey; ; Mrs. empty head. ROAST ;IWHOLE 2E'v vc5
Does your Mussetta Cromer and S128
agency also supply Evelyn Williams, Keystone Mrs. u. S. CHOICE BONELESS 'Iu. S. CHOICE BOTTOM : Bottom Rounds

bonding where required heights; Patrick Reed, Rump Round CUT TO YOUR OAOEII.UILOS THESE ITEMS

for ?" Hampton; Mrs. Annie Harc'nbrook ; :1381 ICUIISTEA.S AOUNOCUIIES
public officials STEAK :
surance lor business and EYE AOUNO STEAK
Kenneth Bagwell, Mrs Annie I BOTTOM ROUND STE AN
-'ofessional people?" Cooper and Mrs Ethel I BOTTOM ROUND ROAST TONELESS RUMP ROAST

Hardee, Starke.

Charley E.
Mrs. L.A.Canova, Mrs. P.L.

JOHNS AGENCY Bridges, Mrs. R.A. Green and
Mrs Kate Sheppard attended d .oI
131 SO. WALNUT ST. the Willis Bodine organ recital llama rll'lCQ"pcQ
at the First Presbyterian c.
PHONE 91'14,5070 Church in Gainesville Sunday

evening. .RRu

Sunday will be another
THE great day at First Baptist
Church of Starke. Come
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and enjoy the good things

YOUTH CHOIR of people.God with our friendly COMPARE saC; o'COMPARE; OUR 0".....;...., ..'.o'COMPARE; OUR P.Nr...?.. SAYS r:

Presents Here are opportunities some of Sunday's: Deviled Crabs ,::..':.".:':.:'u.z1.19 UTI ; Via sic Relish ".M'U: :.:.;too: 4/$1/ ei Pantry Pride Wipes ,.* 49c 10.

Pantry Pride Olives : 49c '0. Kosher Fresh Dills 89c I _
"I'M I : ;:: A' Pantry Pride Cups HERE COD'S 9:45 a.m. '
Sunday School for AI!Ages Plus Meat .:,. 69c .. I Peanut Butter ::r 51 n. 2.. i Pantry Pride Cups CO os 79c ..

NOW WE CAN START"A 11:00a.m. Pantry Pride Dinners '01 49c Ie Peanut Butter 1Nu.:" .. 65c .. : Pantry Pride Cups ca::.-:,' 65c 11.

Morning Worship, Pastor' Macaroni Dinner ,, '::Pt:' 4/$1/ 17. p'nut Butter & Jelly ::o:;: 63 c T" I Foam Cups '0:0
Message "Decisions, 59c 10.
one musical experience
In the presence of God Decisions" Taco Casserole ',wco; 79c '0. I Taco Casserole "<..;; 79c '0. ; 9" White Plates ..C,0.::'" 69c 10.

6l!p.m. Southern Maid Grits : 75c '0. Crape Jelly .:N.:A.;' 79c It. 9" White Plates '.W::,."I 99c 10.

Composed By I Dr."Locate Henry Brandt Yourself"Film Southern Maid Meal : 7Sc 10. I Crape Jam .:I:':e';' 79c It. 19" Design Plates ..';:'c:r''" 49c ..

Cherry Peppers ""::o:w." 25c 4. Boot Polish Kit ":' 3/$1/ IS. ; Cinnamon Twirls
RALPH CARMICHAEL and KURT KAISER 1:30 p.m. :: :::w 3/51/ ue
"I'm Here God's Here Roast-N.Boast '':':' 4/$1/ 5.. I Step Saver "01 99' so. : Hair Spray .
I Now We Can Start" ... .. : Ol 79c 10.
SATURDAY OCT 12 8:30: P.M. '

Ben Bryant COLD; MEDAL I Iwery.y.yLPrice." IweryDlyL co.a..o l..ryD.lyLo.w"lc e

SUNDAY OCT. 13 7:30: P.M. Pastor i ue i BEEF SAUCE .'GMT
BAG FLOUR 'i .....
William George leD PLAIN OR SlEur-RISlNG I STEW .,. PAN,. ,
You Are Invited to Attend ::;. :: : .... f
Minister of Music .RITN...... .couoo.yn., I .
p0I.0. "STORe 'MIl" .... ..
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u. S. 301 SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla.
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9 To 8 Mon Tues.Wed. 9 To 9 Thurs. Frl, Sat. 12 To 6 Sunday


Now I From Now $ OOO&a From to'
M $5 and *6 E *7 and *800 $300
Ea. L Ea.

BES $900 4 Colors; $1 00 APRONS 99 c
All I Sizes Ea. .
Ea. Ea. From 188
$100 LADIESPANT $000 SHIRTS $900
2"" Ea. SUIT Up To *5M m Ea.


Standard Size .
: % :> $250
Limit 4 33 Pkge $4 Many 'BOARDS Ea.
T Plastic Pint and Quart
More In

Limit 20Cx Store SpecialsNot CONTAINERS FREEZER SOC Pkge

L $300.. Listed 6 ICE Pack

Q'D t Look For CHEST SOt Ea. ,

Large Style Decorative Wynn'sCAR

: ER $ 3 00 Ea.CANDLES 1/2 Price PRODUCTS 25 Ea.

T 18 Inch
: $150 Ea. LOTIONS 1/2 Price PICNICGRILL $100 Ea.

: Aqua Net Low BoyHAIRSPRAY
33 C 44C ICE $ OOO
IN STOCK Ea. 13 Oz. Ea. CHEST Ea.
4 Quart Large Decorator Galvanized

$500 LAMPS Regular 3198$ $1500 Ea. BUCKET MINNOW $100 Ea. I

: $1 00 $ coo p C
Ea. TG&Y. %J Ea. Tc r 15 Ea.M'EN'S .
; .
Limit 5 */ LADIES \Irregular Limit 10
Broken SizesCloseout Broken SizesCloseout Ea.
Single Window Metal
C $3 00Ea. 5 0
i 50 Ea. $200 AWNINGS $ 0 0 Limit 10 1 Ea.


$2 00 Stick 12" x-On 12" 1/2 Price SHUTTERSPkge Price

: BOAT $'99 Ea FISHING Asst. Styles LURES 50' Ea. Pflueger MOTORS Trolling $2 500 Ea. 4 i t

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_' ; REG. 69c LIMIT ONE MOWER :::::: n =-_= 3.99 8O21, _=__: SHIRTS
=:: Dependable electric alarm.Large easy
DESEeT 3.5"''ri"l*Stratton ::::::;; ...".-- =--= to read numerals*lth sweep second hand. s:=5::::: _
FLOWER \ Lam. 4-iytlt",.'.r.AdjuilabliI =-=== __-= =::.: 88
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What Is Happening ::- x pftp ? NOTESBY KATHY BROWN



It might be considered no big deal that The list is infinite, and many of the

the young people of one community are improvements are surprisingly is the last installment {1!

painting: the fire plugs with attractive imaginative like the old, abandoned k': f1'I. of buying the series a mobile of articles home. If about you

designs, or that one village succeeded in railroad depot remodeled to resemble a missed one of the articles, or

having the entire community declared a coach-stop of colonial times, or a one- \ have questions or problems I

bird sanctuary and then set up municipal time livery stable converted into at- can help with, call me at 964-

feeders and planted shrubs and trees tractive professional offices. 6554 in Starke.

along the streets.It BUYING
Although the spruce-up movement is soon as you start

warranted no big headlines when becoming more and more widespread, so ." ''t thinking about buying a
the taverns of another small town far only one state, Wisconsin, has triedto mobile home you also have to

,t agreed to display plain bronze markers put it all together in an organized know where the home will be
;; located. The location of the
to replace the unsightly plastic beer effort. The Wisconsin National Beauty lV. Before and After home will strongly influence

signs that marred its main street but Council, initiated this summer, is your choice.In .

added all together these are hopeful sponsoring a statewide contest with the finding a park you'll like,
signs of a movement almost a crusade aim: "To enhance the comfortable at- The amazing results that Suslow property next to the office for his insurance here are some important
can be achieved with a little railroad tracks on E. Call agency. considerations:
developing along the main streets of mosphere" that most small towns already imagination in remodelling '>Street which has been occupied The results prove that thereis Location nearness to

U.S.A. Here and there, a flower box on possess. abandoned and decaying very little since the life in these old buildingsyet public transportation, stores

each corner of a bridge abutment; a business buildings and days of Camp Blanding's and with a little attention schools, and the church of

flowery mini-park replacing a beer can- Towns are advised to "Take an objective restoring them to a useful heyday during World War II. money, and effort they can your choice and even
littered vacant lot and critical look at main purpose in the community is At right is the crumbling become an asset to the city, recreational facilities. Park
; an ugly alley sud- your dramatically illustrated in building after it was restored rather than a liability. Management park rules and
s denly becoming a brick art gallery; or a street. What does a visitor see when these two photographs. and extensively remodelledby Face-liftings like this can regulations, rent-cost for

bedraggled courthouse square turned passing through? Are there pleasant I" At left is shown the former Gerald Brown for use as an restore to Call Street much of extra people, pets and

into a fresh, green mall. spots to sit outdoors in the sun and its former glamour. privacy. Services water,
shade Are all buildings in good repair? power ((200 amps), and gas

Do colors and styles of buildings har- outdoor hook-up storage, skirting, deck, sewage patio,

monize? Are fine old buildings restoredto disposal, landscaping,

CommunityEducation their original character, and historic swimming pool, garbage

buildings appropriately marked? Are County Agents By Letters to collection, street lights,

trash cans attractive and well placed? .*.. rf': recreation hall, playground,
Bobby fire and police protection and
What is the condition of the sidewalks, Notebook mail service. Kent can range

parkways, and vacant lots are they Taylor the Editor. from $40 to $50 to more than

Is New ConceptThere's unsightly with weeds and grass? Is your : $100. according to what is

town a colorful and friendly place to be? offered.If .
A few days without heavy rains are welcome because
f find site
in you a you like
something relatively new
many folks have been able to do some catching-up on their
the educational field in Bradford County The list is almost endless, but the field activities perhaps you can place your
Wisconsin Council does not stop with GROCERY PRICES coded prices on items and run mobile home on your own lot.
that deserves more interest and attention
QUESTIONED: them through a computer will This depends on local
than it has been receiving.The mere advice. Concerned officials of any Preparations are being made to plant winter forage crops Has the grocery store this also continue as we will regulations of the county and

community,or members of 4-H and FFA like rye, ryegrass and clover. Most cattlemen are planting become a clip joint? not be able to read the codes township where you proposeto

Community Education Program, clubs, any church group, garden or fewer acres and are planning to do a better job of land preparation While the small merchantsare only the price on the shelf or locate. Do not buy a mobile
service club in- seeding and fertilizing. This is a must this year the and home to place on own lot
with of education or any organizations spending money for us to on can not the price your
a concept carrying because costs of seed and fertilizer have than doubledin
more until know
can satisfythe
trade at home the charged. you you
terested in their are two
beautifying com-
recreation arts and crafts and other the last Cattlemen these
year. are realizing that are expensive largest grocery stores in town These are not unusual local regulations. You will
activities to the people in their home munities can get professional help free crops and must be properly utilized to help cut losses driving us away with false happenings as I have observed also have to arrange for

communities should fill a need but, as of charge. they are experiencing now. advertising in newspaper or this for several weeksat connections to electric, gas

is often the case, those who need it most on store shelves, to wit: both stores. They don't and telephone lines and to
Florida could use an organization suchas Probably the biggest cost in a cow-calf operation is wintering This week one store mind marking up prices over water and sewage mains if
know the least about it. Wisconsin's National Beauty Councilto I the brood herd. This is the area that must be looked at advertised sweet potatoes two other prices. Why can't they available. If not available it

and made as efficient as possible this year. Cattlemen needto cans for 88 cents. Charge at mark down to the price ad- will be necessary to have a
Although some Florida counties have good advantage, especially since our get the latest information available and use this in- the counter was 49 cents per vertised? well drilled and a septic
state is dependent on its appeal to formation available and this information when installed.
had the program several years, it was so use making can, which was marked on the system
started in Bradford County only last tourists. But until such an organizationis their decisions.A can. -1\Ii1oR.Smith Hn

January with !Mrs. Bernice Bateman as formed, each community must go it on good opportunity to get some of the latest informatioa at Corn was advertised eight Lawtey Fla. herbs CLIPSDried are more

coordinator. Considerable has its own. Starke has made some efforts in the Bradford-Union Cattleman's meeting tonight (Thursday. for 88 cents. Price at the concentrated than fresh

been made since that time,progress with classeson this direction, but they have been October 10th) at the Union County Courthouse in Lake 100.checkout counter was six for Editor: herbs. Use about ''a teaspoonof
Butler. Dr. Robert Sand our Extension Animal Husband-
dried herb for 2 of
varied subjects now under in six spasmodic and uncoordinated. Many will this at 8 lie will be If I had not had someone to cups
way man, speak on subject pm. giving a On Thursday night, Oct. 3, vegetable and add it at the
fommmunity) centers, but still there are downtown merchants have spruced up situation report based on his travels throughout Florida and help watch the cashier ring up 1974. the Bradford Group of beginning of cooking period.
their buildings with a coat of paint or will have and should lead each item I estimate I would
hundreds of Bradford Countians.. who a question answer session that to Alcoholics Anonymous had as With fresh herbs increase to
have paid about$2 extra .
complete remodelling, but there has some good discussion. on a four men'from 'the-o about ,", to 1 teaspoon for 2
could (nil: should be benefiting from this '. $40 order. Two weeks at guests 4 .
I also understand that the officers and Board of Directors ago "'*** I
been unified to beautify the HOPE of A. of vegetables.
no attempt Group A., and cups
who still another leading store
program are evidently unawareof of the Association have met and discussed the present cattlemen's one
approximately twelve The term "iresh"1 >ham
business district with of treesor men
plantings item, Step Saver Floor Polish
its advantages. situation. There should be some plans and proposalsfor from the Work Release Centerin means meat from the hind leg '
advertised at 99 cents
shrubs. was
cattlemen that: should benefit concerned. I per
everyone Lawtey. This represents a of pork which has not been
the jar. At counter the charge
Programs now being offered include you will attend this meeting if you are connected with up was $1.49 each. On run a "first" for Bradford County cured or smoked. It looks and
Some old buildings in the downtown cattle business. and for tastes more like a pork roast
the Hope Group
such varied subjects and activities as purchase of six jars, this is a
business district have been remodeled, because the Hope Group is than ham according to
arts and crafts, weight lifting for men, Another important activity this week is the Annual Calf- good over charge.At located at Union Correctional marketing specialists at the
but others still remain and should be both stores cashiers did
slimnastics for women, music for all, Scramble that will start at 6:45: p.m., Saturday at the Fair- Institution in Union County, U S. Department of
not to know about
seem these
and basic academic condemned as a safety measure. Grass grounds in Starke. and is Agriculture.
sewing, first aid, differences in prices and they composed entirely of
and weeds grow in some sidewalks and This is a program that should interest everyone whether State prisoners.. Visual qualities of nutmeats
classes for adults. Others are being are not to be blamed for it. It
added whenever ten or fifteen persons parkways, and many vacant lots are they support of entertainment.4-H FFA, civic or community clubs, or like an is the store which should be The (Hope Group intends to can be judged in transparent
evening work closely with the Brad- packages. If nutmeals look
veritable jungles. City ordinances blamed for not marking priceson
with interests can be roundedup Sponsored by the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of dark
ford Group of A.A., and this limp rubbery or
provide that such property shall be Commerce and supported by and indivi- merchandise as ad-
for many organizations
and a folk dancing program first meeting was an outstanding kernels appear shriveled --
vertised. There is
no excuse
cleaned up and the owners charged with duals, this project provides opportunities for our youth to he stale.
people will be organized soon at for it.Now. example of what can be they may They
young the expense, but the ordinance is start their own livestock program. I hope you will come on if a cashier checks out accomplished by this close should be plump and fairly
l Hampton. out to and in this event.
see participate outstanding
seldom, if ever, enforced. 200 people per day and takes cooperation. The Hope Group uniform in color and size,
conducted more than half the according to Agricultural
Bob Allen, our State Farmers Market Manager, and I were each one for only $1.00,
in at
Activities are already progress meeting and brought out that Research Service of USDA
multiply this times the
Some starts have been made in the discussing our pecan situation earlier this week. Looks like
Park-of-the-Palms. Hampton, Lawtey, will be this number of cashiers on duty well over half of all Florida Canned truit !servings -
direction. The Starke Woman'sClub our crop very light year.
KJE center, BUS gym, and Middle right Bob wants to hold an auction again but is wondering and see what it costs the Inmates have been sentencedfor you'll line! that a 29 ounce can
through its Conservation people of Bradford County in a alcohol-related crimes. yields about seven servings if
School gym in Starke. whether there is sufficient interest or volume in our area.
Department, had plans for promotingthe Please let us know if you have pecans this year and would week's time. Also more than half the men liquid is served with the fruit;
installation of planters in the like to have an auction. When these stores go toEight in Florida prisons go back to four or five servings if the
There is a nominal $1.50 registrationfee prison for a second or third fruit is drained according to
and it is believed
for each course, but even this chargeis downtown district, time, but the men who find USDA: home economists.Add .
waived in the case of senior citizens, that this project is still in the making.The Alcoholics Anonymous while some gardenfreshflavor
Civitan Club recently initiated a they are in prison have a to your family's
or persons who are unable to pay. much lower return rate.
By canned
clean-up program in the downtown favorite vegetables -
participating on a regular add an onion. Try cooking
district, and the Bicentennial Committeeis
At the present time a survey is being basis in "Outside" A.A., it is fresh chopped onion in a can of
assisting in a project for rehabilitatingthe ", ,. "''' '" believed that this low
made to determine the needs and interests i7pw. y tr '+ht .M ,NA'.p even peas or sliced fresh onion
of adults in the county in the old Bradford County courthouse.But t >a ctiQ oRlzotti return rate can be made with canned tomato Tired of
lower. Also the in the
r. blah-ho-hum meals? Add an
field of education, recreation, crafts, and
community from Starke and onion.
there is a lack of communicationand
other activities. If enough interest is Bradford County gained a
shown in any one topic, then an effort no coordinated' plan for an overall much better understanding of
the improvement and( beautification project. the problems alcoholabusecan
will be made to offer a class through
Education Perhaps, in view of the lack of any state lead to, and of how manyof
facilities 'of the Community
these problems can be
for this inter-
Anyone interested in more purpose, an avoided.
Program. club council could be formed with er. I
call one or The
information about this program may men from the Work I
more representatives from each civic Release Center in Lawtey are
Mrs. Bateman at the Vo-Tech Center
group, including churches and other men who have just about Carolyn Eaves

964-6150. organizations.It ca' completed their prison sentences 964-5812
r' s,1 and are now working

Advertising. would still take and effort of their way back into the com- Troops in the area are
money ,
hold local
munity. They jobs,
planning to start within the
course and, mote important than patronize our stores, and go to
next two weeks. Leaders are
Mark Twain was once editor of a small anything else leadership and vision. .rig// :!T our realize churches.that They also being trained meeting placesare
: by staying to
he But all the time and effort, and even being sought and girls will

newspaper in Missouri. One day money, would be well expended, for Alcoholics have a very Anonymous good chance,of they not be contacted soon.

got a letter from a subscriber saying results would be rewarding and lasting.In returning to prison, and of Many thanks and-or to the

that he had found a spider in the copy c living normal good lives. following their places generous peoplefor con

delivered to him and he wondered the final analysis, hadn't you rather ; The Bradford Group tribution to the "Tent Drive"for

had significance. "Yes, live, and work, and shop amid clean and ; welcomes these men from the Gateway Girl Scout '
whether it
any pleasant surroundings than fleetingly Union Correctional Institutionand Council; Freeman Register,
indeed," wrote Twain in reply "That from the Work Release Jr., Judge Elzie Sanders, '
enjoy, for instance, a big bang of expensive Prison Personnel Complete Center in Lawtey, These are Sheriff Dolph Reddish J.R.
spider was looldng over our paper fireworks on the Fourth of July, men who are well on their way Kelly, Gene Long Gib Brown,

see which merchants were not adver- or some other costly project that has 160-Hour Coursefor to becoming useful citizens Neva Flynn, Gene Shaw,

tising so that he and his friends couldgo only temporary interest, and little or no Training and who realize now what Doyle Conner Insurance,
value? some of their basic problemshave Charley E. Johns Insurance, J
to those stores, spin webs across the permanent Floyd James Cowart, CareyA. the Florida Division of among inmates in the three been. They have faced Leila's Dress and Gift Shop l

doors and live a life of undisturbedpeace Poss, Mack Lee, Dennis D. Corrections, who has long local I institutions.The problems many of us will Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx, Mr.
.......J...... Nelson, Carl E. Stancil, been Interested in the employees also never face and they are and Mrs. J.D. Odom, Dr.
ever afterward. Ronald G. Williams. Henry F. development of community received nine semester finding answers to those Mary Bollinger, Dr. J.E.
Jones, and Leo R. Tramor volunteer programs involving credits from Lake City problems. Denmark, Dr. Wayne Whif-
(pictured left to right) have citizens working with in Community College for their The Bradford Group wishesto fen, Dr. O.L. Haynes, Jr., Dr.
$ RIQ4 successfully completed an mates. participation in the computer extend an invitation to P.G. Felos, Carl Hurst Starke
intensive 160-hour resident Also attending the com- assisted training program anyone in Starke or Bradford Builders Supplies Robert E.
.o training program in- mencement, was Sammy developed by the Division of County who has a desire to Firth and Andrews Drugs. ,.
miliiW-. Correction Administration Long minister of the Lake Corrections to upgrade stop drinking. Also, Clergymen j

arras Correctional Operations and Butler Church of Christ. A capabilities and effectivenessof doctors, law enforce- There's one thing to be i
Human Relations, at the citizen: volunteer and the first existing personnel.The ment officials, and anyone said for inviting trouble: it
Correctional Training In- civilian to complete the resident program is the else interested in the problemof generally
Q.1": :'" BOB 0. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER. .stitute, Raiford All of the men training program, Mr. Long first phase' of a 320-hout alcoholism are welcome at -MM Maloon accepts.In "Lin 0'TYP.
J P\JbI.) .* are employees of Florida has participated to better training program for open meetings, which are held .." cuiugo Tribune

Published each Thursday and entered M second Class Metter M the Poet Office at Sttrke. Fte. under Act State Prison. prepare himself to work with correctional employees. They each Thursday night. To
of March 3, 1879. the inmate population at FSP. will complete the second 160- contact the Bradford Group of We cannot all be great, but
Principal.speaker at the the Reception and Medical\ hour phase of technical Alcoholics Anonymous, see
Subscription rate In trade area: *ti per year: 3.SO six months. we can always attach our-
recent commencement Center, and UCI. He and his training at Florida State the Classified section of this
Outside trade area: *7 per year: "' .00 six month*. selves to something that is
exercises was Rev. Huey church have also purchased! Prison, which is conducted by newspaper. Sincerely,
Phone 964-6305: ) Starke.;Fla.V gre Nor
coordinator .
Perry, religious 11,000 B.lbles. for distribution. regional instructors. O.W.M. ," em.r.onrpolck

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Running Attack Helps BHS

Page TELEGRAPH October 10, 191.J

Get 18-6 Victory Over SASTARKE

Sir ernes Leads ..,
A convincing rolled out of bounds on St. pass off but on second down elected to receive the opening over and Richard Wells fell on
running attack enabled Augustine's six yard line with the BHS defense smothered kick off. James Aldridge the loose pigskin. SA was heldto
Bradford High's Tornado 1:56: left in the game. QB Simmons in the St. Augustine returned the SA kick 22 yardsto minus-four yards in three
gridders to hold onto a 7-0 lead Simmons put the ball in the air endzone for a two point safety.PLAY.BYPLAY the Tornado 34. But on plays and Paul Motley punted
To 24-12 for three quarters here Friday again even at that disadvan- second: down fullback Matt 41 yards to the BHS 25 yard
Tigers night before the offense tage for passing, but time was Hull fumbled the football and -
tacked 11 more points on in the running out on SA. He got one BHS won the toss and St. Augustine's Ryan West- (See Page 13)

fourth period for an 18-6 -
victory over the fiesty Yellow

Win Over BearsCurtis Jackets.It is the. second win in three

starts this season for the
Tornado gridders of Coach

Curtis Sirmones led Union night as the Tigers rolled 24-12 rusher with 124 yards in 17 David Hurse. They edged 15-fl n
by Ocala Vanguard in the
High gridders to their third over unorganized Cross City. carries while chalking up 20 of and
were whitewashed h
win.of the season last Friday Sirmones was the leading UC's 24 points in the game. opener
went 23-0 by the strong Buchholz
Cross City and Union
into the game with identical 2- Bobcats before reboundingwith
0 records. Now the Tigers are a strong effort over St. r'r
3-0 in the Suwannee Con- Augustine. This Friday BUS 3. ..
ference. travels to Live Oak.A .
defense held hard-nosed Big Red
The Tiger '
defense limited St. I' }
Augustineto YY dtY'h1
Cross City scoreless in the
first down and ,4 l aI
their one 33 yards V I Jr.p f
half but
gave up M VAY
in the offense in the first half and to p 3V rt
first points of the season
44 for the
second half. yards rushing game.
: BHS had several time
Union scored with 4:08:
in the first period on a first marches offensively,
down after a punt. Sirmones grinding out 196 yards Friday L
V went over left tackle and witha night in 61 running plays. y

great block by Joe Maxwell Using workhorse Tommy y
broke loose all the way for 61 Reddish,who gained 140( yardsin
yards to make the score 60. 27 carries, sophomore quarterback -
Then in the second quarter Jimmy Prevatt and a fr
Union drove down to the 21 strong offensive line took BHS
yard line and faced with a 82 yards in 18 plays to their
fourth down. Then Sirmonesset first touchdown with 1:37:
up and kicked a field goal remaining in the first period.
Curtis Sirmones ((24)) behind Luke Smith (23)< has an open right through the uprights to Reddish went over from the
hole to the goal line for a 59 yard touchdown. push the score to 90. two, his 15th carry of the
After getting the kickoff at drive. QB Prevatt kicked the Well protected by (l-r) Donnie Sewell Allan Norton back Jimmy Prevatt is given a path a mile wide to throw
and line Cross City extra point and BHS led 70. Marlon Thornton and another: unidentified Tornado quarterdown.. Wonder if Prevatt can see past the official?

Union GriddersTo fumble on third down and Safety David McMillian
linebacker Freemon White intercepted a Yellow Jacket
recovered: giving UC the ball pass late in the third period,
Good Team Yields
at the 18 yard line. giving BHS possession on the Effort
Clash With SA 25. BUS missed a chance to
score,the drive stalling at the

8 LB Flrtl Downs CC 9 SA six yard line and an off 14-8 Win For Bradford
209 V..rds. Rushing 6. sides penalty pushing the ball JVBradford
3A West Nassau 37 Vards. Passing. 115 back, out to the 10. But QB
251 1 PC Fumbles PA PI 510 3 Prevatt cooly booted a 27 yard High junior the game 8-8 at halftime. defensive tackle. tea ms.-GHS had the ball on
337 Punts 135 field goal to tack three pointson varsity gridders stay 2-0 after "That was a fine defensive The third quarter and first the 50( yard line with a fourth
LAKE BUTLER Union City 24-12 last week. 80 Penalties. 0 the board. BHS led 10-0 putting together a team effortto play by Russell" commented part of the fourth quarter wasa down and punted. BHS tried to I
High gridders will clash with West Nassau, 1-2 should be with the fourth period just beat Gainesville High Coach Hatcher talking of the defensive struggle by both (See
Class 3A West Nassau this the closest team to the Tigers, over' a minute old. School 14-8 in front of a Starke Page 9))
Friday night hitting the road as far as manpower is concerned Sirmones broke loose on a A 12-yard SA punt gave BHS crowd of about 400 last ._- - - - -. - - - - ----- - -
for the second straight game have faced this year. pitch out to the right side to possession on the Yellow Thursday night.
holding on to a perfect 3-0 WN has two runningbacks stride 24 yards for the second Jacket 38 yard line midwaythe "We had a real fine gutsy I
record: after. beating", Cross weighing over 215.pounds..., ,. touchdown of the game..Sirmone's fourth period. Six: plays effort from the whole team.
'" lheTteers rolled r'.... kick was good and. later Prevatt ran SA's right The reason we won was COllie Eat Dinner
".. "Lastover WeSEmssau and the score! was 16-0 at the half->end for eight yards behind because of our total team

f X01DRIVEIN I 'revenge could be-in mind. "I ATSbut midway througlTtKe'Tthird good; blocking in a power effort," says Head JV Coach
look for this game to be a real period CC went to the'passing sweep. A bad snap killed the Harry Hatcher.
. head knocker," says Head game. With a first point after, but BITS led 16-0 "GHS is a big fine football With Us Sunday
Union Coach Jack Jones. "If down at the 44 CC tried run- with 3:41: left in the game. team and we were fortunate to
we get behind it will be a dog ning two plays for seven Junior tailback Vernon Wil- come out winning. I am extremely -
fight." yards. Then on third down son returned the ensuing BHS proud of our entire And We Will Jvr.

| Fri. & Sat"Legend West Nassau runs the ball quarterback Mark Rains kicK; off to his 36 yard line. team," commented Coach
mostly' from tackle to tackleup tossed a 15 yarder to Glenn Quarterback Keith Simmons Hatcher.
the middle. This is where Osteen. On the next play went to the air with time GHS drew first blood in the
of the Rains hit Jerry Evans for 18 His first first end GIVE
the Tigers have played growing shcrt. com- quarter on an sweepto
best defense against their yards to put the ball at the pletion in four passing at- the left that caught the BUS
Spider Forest"PLUS opponents. nine yard line. tempts resulted in a first downto secondary out of position and 50 ,
Senior middle guard and With a second down run- tight end Billy Wells. His went 60( yards for the touch-
fullback Andy Howard is a ningback Cleve Timmons ran second: completion to Wells down. The two point conver-
part of the tough Tiger untouched to the goal around resulted in the lone SA touch- sion was good and Bradfordwas
the left end for the first touch- when Wells, catching a 8-0.
defensive line. He was down losing
"Blood of leading tackler against CC down scored this year againstthe BHS secondary defender too Midway the second quarter To The Church

with seven tackles and five Tigers.The score was 16-6 far inside, caught the ball In GHS was backed up to the 20(
DraculasCastle" assists. He also had one with 3:21:; left in the third the middle of the held on a yard line and Marty Russell '
fumble recovery. Howard period. crossing pattern, turned on plowed through the line and Of Your Choice
gained 59 yards in 10 carriesat Union scored next in the the speed and outraced the nailed the ball carrier, took
the fullback spot. fourth period on a four yardrun BHS secondary to the end- the ball from him and movedthe
"Howard had a good nightat by Sirmones. A Danny zone. The play covered 52 ball down to the 12 yard This
middle guard along with Hazen pass to Maxwell put yards and left BHS leading by line. Three plays later Kenny Bring Coupon e aI
Sun & Mon. David Brannen at defensive two more points on the board 16-6 with 2:28: left in the game Aycox: leaped three yards to
tackle," commented Coach for Union, making the score after a pass play for a two make the score 86. Then
Jones. 24-6 with 4:45: left in the game. point conversion failed.A Aycox ran up the middle for I YPLEASE
WANTEDBonnie's "West Nassau is not really a CC made the final score on a Tommy Reddish punt the two point conversion to tie I
34 yard pass from Rains to LIVE 50c TOame
3A but as far as we are
end the 24-12,
concerned they play decent Evans to scoring
football and this is the first Union.
time we have been out (See Page 9)
numbered by manpower," iI. of urci
says Coach Jones. "They have
more and bigger players and Punt Pass i
bigger people hit different Your Name
ids licks. "
Senior runningback Curtis And Kick -
Sirmones had his best night of d46e
Thaeh the season in Cross City last ,
Friday night totaling 148 'fr L BRING COUPON mKtllekll

Sht 0 yrds: in 15 carries. He scored CompetitionHeld .. :
22: of Union's 24 points in- .1
eluding 69 15 and four yard HerePunt s'
touchdown runs, a 32 yard

field goal and an extra point Pass and Kick .. ,

kick. Competition was held in .... 'fi'ied Chiekel
lUll TMOOUS.ZI MYMTMOMM.IS Sirmones was selected by
Starke Saturday, October 5,
A bniril: 'Film Corp.RIIMM Infra Cttoi the Gainesville Sun as the ,
PLUS"Zebra area's back of the week, according Fifty four of the Seventy Kenny Aycox. with the ball, putt on the speed and com

to Coach Jones.Jones had three participants registeredwere pletes an 85 yard winning touchdown run that put the BUS JV 1595 N.TEMPLE PHONE 964-5126
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concern in front of last Thursday night In
there to compete in the team 14-8 Gainesville High
Killers" about the Tiger team is the
event. Starke. -- - -
second half performances. - - - - - - -------- - - . ..
Winners are as follows:
Eight year olds James N.
Schoening 101, Cary Froun- The trick is to hold BETTER
FLORIDA THEATRE felter 97, Shannon King 52. opinions without letting MULTITEMPERATUREGAS
Nine year olds Jeff Taylor opinions hold you. FAMILY-SIZE WASHER t/ DRYER with
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132, Andrew Strickland 126, T..... Record Chronic Permanent Press Cycle
Fri-Sat-Sun John W. Bennett 115. with Permanent Press / \

Ten year olds Brian Cycle
Thomas 189, Scott Allen 183, \ \ Permanent Press Cycle
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loved her Norman 290,. Craig Scott 261,
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First, Second and Third
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The first place winners onlyof
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(From Page 8)) Live Oak ToBe ToushDuelForBHS I

field the ball but'tumbled on -

its 10 yard line and the -I Ie "Live Oak will probably him," says Coach Hurse. Kenneth Loston, and Dexter have good speed and like to
Gainesville\ offense took over. have the best offensive team Live Oak very seldom Johnson. All are quick and
About three plays later Earl g we will have faced this year," throws the ball and depends have good reactions, according hit.Top defensive man for Live
Biggs intercepted a pass for ',t', says Head Bradford Football almost entire ori1 the running to the report. Oak is nose man Mitch Mott,
BUS and Bradford took over Coach David Hurse. game. Playing linebacker are 168 pounds. He is captain of
at the four yard line. "' BHS will travel to Live Oak "They run from a wishbone Andy Day and Bruce Randolph the team and is real quick. He
Then on a third down BHS this Friday night and;! play the offense and run it real well," 180 pounds. Both read is "Mr. Aggressive" and will
ran a spring draw to the left ex-conference Rivals at 8 p.m. commented Coach Hurse. LO the pass and run well. hurt you, according to the
side and Kenny Aycox broke Bradford is now riding a 2-1 runs a 5.4 defense, similar to Tight ends Tim Morrison, counting report. "He will
loose for 85 yards and a touch Y r s, record coming from an 18-6 the BHS defense. 205 pounds, and Mike Miller, knock your head off."
down to put BOS in front 14-8 victory of scrappy St. 166, are both good hitters and "Mentally I think we are
with just minutes left in the .i Augustine last week in Starke. Playing at right halfbackfor look for the run. prepared to play at our best
s game. BUS missed the con Live Oak is similar to SA in LO is Tony Hacker 180 Harold Galloway, 220( but it is going to be a
version and BHS moved the 'I aggressiveness but has more pounds, who is big, strong and pounds, and Larry Galloway, rough and physical game/'
ball down to the 45 yard line of S size.The likes to hit, according to the 184 pounds, are aggressive concluded Hurse.
BUS before time ran out. -Ii IiThis \\Bulldog offensive line BHS scounting report. Left
"The offensive line played ; averages 186.5 pounds per halfback Wayne Mitchell, 145
good ball last week, they blocker. At the tight end is 220 pounds, is quick and likes to
stayed with their men and dida pounder Harold Galloway, get to the outside. DeWitt Jones
good job," commented very big, strong and
Offensive Line Coach Reddy aggressive. Fullback Bruce Randolph,
Playing offensive tackles 180 pounds, is big and strong Funeral Home.
Cox.Starters on the offensiveline for LO will be Mitch Mott, 170 and is a good outside and
for BIIS in the Gainesville pounds, and Larry Galloway, inside runner.
game Were Franklin Bell and f '" 185 pounds. Both are Offensive comments from STARKE PHONE 964.6200Rental
Dave Dailey at the ends, agressive and fire off the' ball the scouting rpeort count the
Smith and well, according to the scouting Bulldogs as aggressive and
Bobby Marty Cross City runnlngback slips by one tackier (on the ground) only to, meet, his fate with
quick, quick off the ball
Russell at the tackles, Keith oncoming defensive tackle Cedrlc Warren near the sideline. report. and a Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches
Carter and Lee Casey at young scrappy team with
Two year starter Andy Day,
'? overall good size and KEYSTONE
and Lawrence quick
, guards 183 pounds,and 205 pound Tim backs.

Starting center. offensive backs Sirmones Leads....... (Fro>,m Page 8) Morrison are both big, strong Playing in the defensive PHONE 473.3176
and aggressive. An agile 156
:r were Jackson Prevatt at PLAYBYPLAYUnion yards, a half yard short of a point attempt failed and the pounds, center Tommy backfield are Jimmy Jackson,
quarterback, Roger Bennettat got the opening first down. Sirmones plungedup game ended 2412. Warren is extremely quick
fullback, Charley Revell at kickoff at the 30 yard line. the middle for the first During the last 38 seconds a and is an excellent snapper. U.S. 301 N. STARKE, FLA.INDEPENDENT .
'; tailback and Earl Biggs at First down Sirmones went down.In freak situation occurred. "They have some big people S & W MUFFLER SHOPS
blocking back. over right tackle for one yard. three runs Union moved Sirmones got the ball on an and they are very
"We played a very good Sirmones fumbles on the next the ball from the 25 yard line option pitchout and threw the aggressive," says Coach DEALER:
, game and it was the best so down but Tiger Gerry Dukes to the 21 yard line and was ball but it was intercepted by Hurse. "They have good speed
far this season" says Defense recovered at the 32 yard line. faced with a fourth down Timmons. When CC got the and they are the same type of
, Coach Roger Chilson. "I hopewe Andy Howard went over situation. ball they ran the same play Live Oak team we are used to C u l
continue to improve on right tackle for a 23 yard With Sirmones doing the with Timmons throwing and playing"
y defense. If we do we should gainer to give Union a first booting Union attempted a Sirmones intercepted the ball Left-handed quarterback
have a fine season" down at the 45 yard line. In field goal on the 21 yard line, a as time ran out on the clock.scosa.vQuRTRft Jimmy Jackson is one of the O' Se/
The defensive starting lineup three plays the Tigers moved total of 32 yards from the goal Bulldog's main threats. MUFFLERSSTARTERS BRAKES
, went like this. At ends were only three yards and were post. The kick was good and Jackson is quick and runs the '
Dave Dailey and Franklin forced to punt at the CC 42 Union went in front 16-0 going option well, according to the SHOCKS
Bell, tackles Marty Russell yard line. into the locker rooms at halftime LB 6 10 0 1 24 report. "Key to their offense is GENERATORS PH. 964.5677 elECTRICAl.
CC 0 0 6 6
and Jerry Sheering, noseman The punt pushed CC back to quarterback Jackson and we ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS r ;
Kenneth Kruger, linebackers the six yard line.Timmons got Cross City started the will definitely have to contain
Lee Casey and Keith Carter, nine yards over left guard and second half at the 23 yard line.
monster'man Charley Revell, Evans followed up with a one Attempting to run the ball CC
safetys Earl Biggs and Kenny yarder for the first down at got nowhere on two runs, thenon
Aycox and at cornerback was the 16 yard line. CC was third down Rains completed
David Carter. unable to hold a steady drive a 25 yard pass to Glen
t This Thursday night the and the Tigers forced them to Osteen to keep the drive going
Baby Tornadoes play at home punt from the 45 yard line. with a first down.
again against North Marion Buddy Perry returned the Two runs, one of one yard
15 yards to the 31 yard and another of three yards,
This will make the third home
line put the ball on the 46 yard line
for Union. Sirmones then
game. Attendance at the first
with third down.Then Evans GOING OUT OFBUSINESS
two games has been much made his 61 yard rush to the a
higher than in the past and goal line for the first score of was sacked behind the lines
Coach Hatcher feels the the game. Union tried for two for a two yard loss and CC was
points but Lorenzo Griffin was faced with a punting situationat
players the
4 appreciate sup the 48 yard line.
. Game time stopped in the middle and the
port. Thursday Union got the ball at the five
is 7 score remained 6-0 with 4:08:
night p.m.Ilc left in the first period.CC yard line and had trouble
started at the 34 yard getting fired up. Three plays
CIi LGI (!: ; line after the kickoff and tried later the Tigers were punting
running against the Tiger back to Cross City from the
defense with no luck and was five yard line.
forced to punt from the 36 A high boot by Sirmones put .
;z::: y 1 yard line.A the ball at the 44 yard line of

bad snap put the punter Cross City, On first down
Timmons went around
running for the ball with Tiger right
Tim Whitehead chasing him end for four yards then Evans
by Neil Crawford back to the four yard line and got five up the middle to put

tAl the Tigers took over with the ball at th@39 yard line. On ,
This cool weather we' are great field position. Howardran third down Rains started 'V. ,
having is fine, but I'm not too the ball up the middle but passing and connected for 15
fond of the wind. We could be was stopped for no gain. On yards on the first pass then 18
in for a "Cold Winter." second down quarterbackHazen yards on the next, putting the
Dr. J.E. Denmark and fumbled the ball but ball at the nine yard line witha
Jimmy McRae caught a nice recovered it, losing four yardson first down.Timmons .
string of bass out of Orange the play. plowed over right
Lake a few days ago. The bass Hazen took the ball up the guard for four yards, movingthe
seem to be moving to the middle on the next play for ball to the five yard line,
shoreline. five yards back down to the then ran around right end
Dwayne Alday and I fished CC three yard line.Hazen kept untouched for the first Cross
Orange Lake last week. We the ball again, this time being City score. Timmons' extra
had several bass to take the held for no gain and CC took point run was no good and the
worm but we were unable to over at its own four yard line score stayed 16-6 with 3:21 left
stick those Hawgs. They only ending the first quarter. in the third quarter.
wanted the worm not hooks The Bears drove out to the Union received the kickoffat
line Evans the 40 yard line and a one
16 yard on runs by
yard run by Hazen and a nine
If and Timmons. With a third
down at the 16 yard line Rains yarder by Sirmones put the
LIFE TO YOURCARPETING hit Herbie Raker for an eight ball in Cross City territory at
which CC the 40 yard line,just short of a
yard pass gave a
first down. Then Howard went
first down at the 24 yard line.
the ball and four yards up the middle for a
Revive the original beauty Timmons got was
of your rugs. Cleaned in caught by David Brannen fora first down at the 47 yard line.
your own home four yard loss. The Tiger drive came apart
by Von Schrader Evans got four yards on the and on a third down play mix j.V uuumumu
dry-foam method. ,I next play moving the ball up in the backfield yielded a
No muss.Nofuss.No Cross City fumble recovery by
back to the 24 yard line. Then n
odor.Use the Brannen broke through the Dale Howell at the CC 46 yard Niniini _

same day. offensive line and caught line.The
All work Rains in the backfield for an Tiger defense held them / _
loss CC for five plays before defensive scwcval
guaranteed.Phone eight yard forcing to ?
punt from the 16 yard line. tackle Andy
for FREE CC fumble at the
Union got the punt at the 24 a
estimate yard line and stayed with the UC 42 yard line.
Union put together the first
today. running game. Griffin got the
..... ball first and went three yards longdrive of the night after
...... Sirmonesgot getting the ball. Griffin ran
over right guard.
M & M Sales & Service it on second down for three eight yards up the middle on

964-6210 444 Stark Plaza yards, then Sam Jackson took first with down.a 12 yard Sirmones run that followed put the of and
the ball on a pitch out for four A Good selection 1974
ball on the CC 38 yard line witha
first down.
Griffin got it again on first
down, this time getting two 1975 Chryslers Plymouths
yards. Then Howard went ,
eight yards up the middle just
short of a first down. Griffin

got two yards on third down to .. I and Dodges One Truck
,'fl put the ball at the 25 CC yard
rthank line with a first down.
Sirmones went five yards
around right end followed by and One Van
an eight yard run by Howard i
and a seven yard run by .
Griffin to put the ball at the .'

five down.yard Then line a holding with a penalty second 'I, i Buy Of A Life Time *

against UC put the ball back to

the Sirmones 10 yard and line. Griffin each \ ALL MUST GD REIORTO

made three yard runs to put .
the ball down to the four yard
line with a fourth down. Then

1. Sirmones went through right OCTOBER 1791375 V.
you guard for the score. A Hazento V
Maxwell pass gave the
VOTERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Tigers a 24-6 advantage.
had the ball >
1 Both teams
once and had to punt before .
For Your Vote And Support In Electing Me A* A CC received a punt at the 34

Member Of Your School Board. yard line. Then Rains connected '
with Evans for a 34 Starke Chrysler Plymouth Dodge :
yard touchdown pass to make ,
I Am Indeed Grateful For The Opportunity Of the score 24-12 with 38 secondsleft 1

Ser ing You, And Appreciate Your Expression Of in the game. The extra II \ I I /..
North Starke Fla.
u. s. 301 964.6600V
Me. ,
Confidence In Electing ,. I < .. VV, I
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Sincerely, The year is always por- : ...;,./'.; r.;,1>ill .". .
trayed as an old man or a .
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baby. Like most people it ,:] ,

J. :J. /:7ap4rsh: when never It's gets middle-aged.any'attention ,

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10 TELEGRAPH October 10. 191

Community W-D BRAND



168 O. E.S. LLL.
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will
meet Thursday,October 10 for
its regular meeting in the
Masonic Hall on Brownlee
Street. All members are invited ROAST
to attend. Business of
vital importance.

Mr. and Mrs. Everett \
Morris Sr. announce the
approaching marriage of their \ tiF
daughter Patricia to Gerald
Cason, son of Mr. and Mrs. HEAVY WESTERN- BEEF PEOP
Cason of Olustee.
The wedding will take placeon c GRAIN FED BEEF
November 2, at 6 p.m. in
New Hope 'Baptist Church PRICES GOOD THURS.
with the reception following at La. f-1 Food Stamps
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. \ ) ( OQ. 10 THRU WED.
Everett Morris Sr. All family hts Sofurtherat
members and friends are Reserve ::) Vjnn DIXj OCT 16

Invited to attend the wedding. WINN COPYRIGHT.DIXIt STORES- 1974, INC. LB. \L. .

New Bethel Baptist Church.

Weekly Bible Sunday Meeting Class services services Saturday and began will at Prayer 4 begin p.m.with SHDlR. ROAST TBONE STEAK I BACON

with Church School at 930.:

Morning Communion service will be at given 11 a.m.in SAVE 39 SAVE 79 SAVE

the Greater 6:30: service.Bethlehem 3O $ to 40e $ J 10I.

Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. .. u.rqq 99
Jasper Williams, pastor. 13J4J -' w. .
Service schedule as follows: ( U. S. C OICI: 1-LB.
Monday night the Tiny Tots LB.
and Ushers Board No. 3 met. LB. PKG.
Tuesday night Senior Choir
rehearsal was held. Wed-

Circle Thursday Prayer Hampton.goes Band Night Friday to Mrs.will the night Fort Ladies meet.the in SIRLOIN TIP GROUND BEEF +y t TUNA FISH

Friday night the Choir will '

Church participate anmversary-at--B in Antioch Baptist. SAVE $ 99 5 a SAVE

Sunday will be observed by 68 SAVI 40WD < -
the youth of the church who 41e $ BBAND PURE 1 0 10e
will be in charge of services. I*. GROUNDBEEF 3 9
Church School at 9:30.: Mor- t I .,? ..w. r.q
ning service at 11 a.m.Dinner U.'S..CHOICE LB. SAVE :
will be served at 12:30.: At 3 CAN
p.m. Rev. Henderson and LB. 5 L. $399 PKG. $170
congregation St.Luke "IG. Limit 3 with $7.SO or more purchase xcluding cigarette
Freewill Baptist Church of
White Springs, Fla. will

terminate services for the Pork Roast . LB.88c Round Steak LI. $179 Detergent . 32 BTLPKOS 01' 88C Flour . 5 PKa. 68C


Weekly Rev. Leroy services Davis began, pastor.with Hams . . LB' $1" Steaks . LB $198 Helpers I . 2 $1 Peanuts 5 CANS $100


Meeting Saturday Thursday night before night.the Franks . . 'As. 69C Spareribs I . 5 PKG" $499 Tide . . 171 PKGn ot. $349 Soap 2 a. 60C

Family program Day in Activity.behalf Mt.Sinai of the Chuck Steak LB.98c yogurt. . 4 CUos S ; $100 Chicken. . CAN 01. 99C Cat Food . 5 CNB $100
District Chorus will sing. The .

held Family Sunday Day October program 20.will Each be Roll Roast . LB. 139 Sour Cream 2 CUPS $100 Sauces . . 11.01.BTl 39C Glad Wrap .' .3 !S5 s $100]
Family is asked to please
bring a covered dish. A
business meeting will be held
Friday night before the third
Sunday, at 7 p.m.
Greater Allen Chapel A. M. PEAS ICE GRAPES
K. Church. Rev. H.G. Heastae
Services with
pastor. began "NATURAL SNACK FOOD"
official meeting Monday 61AN1/
night. October 7. Sunday will SAVE \\ \ SAVE '
be observed as Youth Day 701L
with youth in charge. Church 33c $ 20c $
School will begin services at
10 a.m. Morning service at 11 4
a.m. Evening service at 5:30 ap..
Members are asked to please 7-o*. LB.
cooperate with all activities. CANS PKC. LBS.
Church of God In Christ.
Elder D.L. Williams pastor.
Church School at 10 a.m.
Morning Worship at 11:30Y
Worship and Holy Communionat ,
7:30.: Visitors are always

welcome.(Church St.Johns Rev.! Missionary Willie Huffman Baptist r+r-:

pastor. Services will begin 17c $ .BADI/ 12c '
with Church School at 10 a.m.
3 8 8t'i 7 9

services Evening Morning are service at 4 held p.m.at as 11 follows Weekly a.m., 20-oz.: 320LLOAVES : GALLONVAN HALF

Class Prayer combined Meeting each and Thur Bible BOTTLES 1 j

sday night.
Free Canaan True Church '

Sampson Wednesday White night, pastor.Prayer Weenee . 3 CANS $100 Saltines. . 2 !PKGS. 88C Corn. . 9 EARS 99C Potatoes. . 3 tis. 49c


Friday Prayer night service.Teaching Sunday and Bags 'ST 'I09 Pastries . 2 PKOS.10.01..1 Potatoes . 10 & 69c Pot Pies. 4 5-p...,.s. $100


Church Morning School service at 11 10 a.m.a.m. Cleanser. . 3 CANS 88C Bread . 3 LCAVES $1 Tomatoes . 11.39c Juice . 4 t:NS. 99c


N\CPNEVVS Peanut Butter 1Bo JAR>. 89C Twin Rolls 2 Jioi;;: 79C Celery . EACH 29C French Toast. : '. 79C


convene Branches in Gainesville of NAACP at will the Muffins . 2 !&:;;: 59C Flaky Rolls 2 !PEGS.79c;;: Rutabagas . tl.12c Potatoes t . 2'U5S, $100 1 1Jf
Flagler Inn University Ave.
and 13th Street starting October ......................... -.-.---.--------..------. -_. -_.._- _..._----_..- ----- .----.--. -------

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Coffee A Shine PampersOOOO CascadeOOOO Cottage''Cheese,
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ing at reasonable 1.IB. SIZE JENNIE-O! 3-LB PKO. l 14-01. PKO 1JPK. PKO. t?-... SIZE PEPfERIOOlARMS i
prices. Invitations Turkey Roast Patti. ShrimpOOOO 110741 Layer Cakes

social No. GOOD S6 THRU OCT. 14 OOOO. THRU....OCT..,14No. No. THRU OCT. 14 : "t' OOOO 39..__THRU OCT._00'14 #. L.. 60.OOOO.._THRU..... _OCT.....1'No. ,
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Church or God Sunday Wise Mrs. Darlene Wise andMichelle
Mrs. Wise
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Margaret
OF INTENTIONTO bidder will be required to keep 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. 8y Elizabeth Terryof Brown whose birthdays -
REGISTER area around swill cans clean and ALBERT EDWARD LANE YPE and Prayer meeting all come in October.

FICTITIOUS NAME cleaned sanitary. Swill cans will be Defendant. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. their mother Mrs. PL Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Brown and Michelle Mr. and

every day. Successful Faith Baptist Church Dinkins. They visited their Mr and Mrs Jerry Vogler Mrs. Paul Norman Kenny
Florida Pursuant Statutes to Section notice Is 86609 here- pnncipal will of each coordinate with the NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Radio Program over WPXE parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl and girls of New Smyrna and Dave Miss June Brown, FOR SALE: Tapes 3M.
school the area : Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible Carter on Saturday. Beach Anderson and
that the where the : spent Sunday afternoon. Alvin Mr and double stick. 1Z inch and
by given Fowler Star undersignedSue Route and washed cans may be cleaned 263 SP4 86 Albert 2381ABTRY Edward Lane School 10 a.m., Worship Jerry and Mike Teston with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise of Hampton 3%Inch wide magic tape.

10/3 2t Services 11am. and 7:30 p.m. spent the weekend with their Mrs. Doc Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Donny Wise Also Masking Tape 3'/4
32044 1010IN
Hampton under the firm doing 1/81 Fa School on Bible Doctrine uncle Ed Teston of Gunners Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Craig and Kevin gathered at inch I Inch 1 1'/S2 Inch
business STARKE ROOFING CO.name" Star of New York 09035 Tuesday 8 p.m., at Pastor's Air Force Base in Montgomery Clellan and sons, Daren and the home of Mrs. Purvis and Inch/ tape. All at The

THE CIRCUIT home. Prayer Meeting Ala Paul of Vidalia Ga., Mr. and Brown for a family dinner Office Shop.
Route, Hampton Florida 32044 FLORIDA COURT OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Friends of Claude Hilliard Mrs. Robert McClellan and honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
intends to register said fictitious EIGHTH JUDICIAL action to partition the following regret to learn
Study. that he had a son, Jeff, of Starke and Mrs.
name under the provisions of CIRCUIT BRADFORD IN AND FOR property in Bradford County.. Grace United Methodist heart attack and is in the Margie Reddish and ,,,.,.,,..,,,, it!N.,..."......
aforesaid statute. COUNTY. CIVIL Florida: School Veterans aTAUMENT. OWNE.. .....".MANAOEMENT.. AND CI.CULATION,. ,
ACTION. Sunday 9:45: a.m. Hospital daughter Vickie and son, .. .r.r. ww. "*nwrw.o oerAOeslArveawl
Sue Fowler sole owner. CASE NO. 74249.IN Lots 3 through 10, Lots 29,31
Gainesville. '
Worship Services 11 a.m. and love and Randall of State Farm .
_____ _
Dated this 25th day of RE The 33 34 Lots 39 through 49, 7:30: p.m.. Choir Practice 7 prayers are with him. Sunday dinner guests of their D*iuul +
A. D. : marriage of and Lots 56 through 60 all in United Gary Bennett Waokly
SBptarnbar. 1974 at pm. and Methodist visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Les
Stark Florida. BETTY Section 11, Township 5 South Fellowship at 7:30 p.m. mother Mrs. Troy Bennett in McClellan.Mrs. 135 Meit Call St. Stark. Bradford County, Florida 32091ICATIBM
P. MAJOR Range 22 East of WOODLAWN 09 THI uoooa.---BIHIBUL iUIIMIH UPPILIi B>THI minimal IHUpf.WJT"
10/17 : :
9/28'41 Wife/Petitioner Wednesday.Oct. Hospital Tommy Clayton and 135 Waat call St. startta, Bradford county, Florida 32091BOD
according to plat or map thereof will be Jacksonville on and of
13 Laity Sunday. Friday son Jacksonville spent the ... .,
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 Sermon Topic will be"Prayer" reported that she is a little weekend with her mother 0. 0 -e -John M. Ul.r. P.O. Drawer A. Start- Pl.. 32091
NOTICETO BIDDERS and (formerly Plat Book I I. Page 1)) and will be better. Mrs. C.R. Crews, and -,
public records of Bradford Mr. and ..Boo 0. p.r".on." P.O. Dranar A, Stark. Pla. 32091amoBn
delivered by Mrs. Frances Mrs. Andy Harvey Glenann. They attended I. IPITUH.tnanmmlTOT -

NOTICE is hereby given that ROY Respondent.L. MAJOR Husband/ County Florida AND the \West/ Hamilton. The Lay persons of Perry were Friday services with her mother on --ee.rwiv:._...__T-.W. ++.._...__o_ iiii.............___..
sealed bids will be received by Half of the Northeast Quarter of overnight ... .,
will have charge of the ser- guests of their Sunday.Mr. --- --WN -rrwM Iw.wNw --- -
the School Board of Bradford Southeast Quarter (W 1(2 of NE parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs Doc Mosley --..-....N...w- a-w.wre.-.--..-w.r r-.a w.w r a?L.rw. .

County Florida Post Office NOTICE OF SUIT 1/4 of SE 1/4)), in Section 11, vice.United Methodist Women Starling. They visited their spent Sunday of last week with _
'f'Q'Pi -
irwPPn2ir6 ..
Drawer 939 Starke Florida Township 5 South, Range 22 met at the church on Tuesday other relatives on Saturday. their brother and sister-in- us-e.-s-rAiq Ann.r V&;...firerTq '!_.. ...d1q !'xrt.H:
32091 1. at 7.30: p.m. ED ST. TO: ROY L. MAJOR East AND the West Half (W Oct. 1, with Miss Arthurine Mrs. Albert Bennett and law Mr. and Mrs. A.L. ..-M.-;" --- tlS .--.ntI WiTfl .

October 14, 1974 for the Address Unknown 1/2)) of Lots Band 9, and the Blanchard presiding.. Mrs. children, of Seville were Mosley cousins Mr. and Mrs. .baw .. 0,
Heating Ventilating and Air North Half (IN 1/2)) of Lots 23 Coss gave the Devotional. weekend guests of her sister- Charles Murray and uncle .LAMOUMtO.,OMM. MOHtOAOli OH ...SICMITI, IH>AM > ., ., 1

Conditioning; Ceding/Lighting YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat and 24 all in Section 12, This was their business in-law Mrs. Darlene Norman and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. ;'irr.Ii. ..,..u twi ....--
for the Starke Elementary an action for dissolution of Township 5 South Range 22 meeting. 14 ladies were and sons. Murray, of Middleburg.Mr. .

School and the Southside Elementary marriage and other relief has East of WOODLAWN accordingto present. Miss Elizabeth Terry and and Mrs. Charles 1---'

School at which time been filed against you in the map or plat thereof recordedin Highland Baptist Church Miss Arthurine Blanchard Starling and family attended BOlrmrd AraOaBBARrIR,

bids will be opened and read above styled Court and you are Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly Sunday School 9:45: a.m. visited her sister. Miss Enza homecoming at Graham .u.. ......_......_.._..._ ________.__. ._.__._._........
required --- -- -.wr w..rtM--Nw w..N --- n--M
to serve a of Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public .. ..... .
aloud. copy your Services 11 and Blanchard in Macclenny Church -
Worship a.m. on Baptist on Sunday. .
.. .. .. .. .. ..
written defenses - ---- ---- ----
if records of .
any, on S.L. Bradford County 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting Tuesday.Mr. Their brother. Rev. James ._._..__._ ..u. ..
....... ..
PLANS SPECIFICATIONS, Scruggs Post Office Drawer Florida AND Lots 27, 28 and 56, Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Earl Teston Starling, is pastor of the -ooo; ;; ::-1'\ .a--

AND CONTRACT "C", Gainesville Florida 32602 all in Section 13, Township 5 Northside Baptist Church and family spent Sunday church there. I7Tmw'4..o ,cfrIrflT.mlTriumo.ipg,yn....MAIL._Ar ,00L n -....- r
DOCUMENTS: May be obtained and file the original with the South Range 22 East, of Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship afternoon with their brother Friends of Mr. Johnnie 1

from the office of Don R. Clerk of the above styled Court WOODLAWN according: to Services 11 a.m and 7:30: and sister-in-law Mr. and Bennett regrel to learn that he :..::-:=...-:-:::.-::.-.::='::",:"'': c:,::,::-'-.:-":::' c:.:::::::::-.:: :...,=....-"..=-:. ::::.

Morgan Architect P. A.. Post on or before the 30th day of map or plat thereof recorded in p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed Mrs. Charles Tanner, of is a surgical patient in ......."" .... ..,,"., .u....o."'"..'."
Office Box 987 (Walnut Street), October A.D., 1974; otherwise Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly nesday at 7:30 Green Cove Springs. Veterans .XTtMT AND BATUMI 0*CtHCULATIOI* .::/9: ,' :.. IN0VI 1 T MUI*U HOOfcTt I.tlHlD"*
p.m. Hospital
.. _.....,... __._ .500'
Green Cove Springs, Florida a judgement may be entered Rat Book 1. Page 1)) public Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- Gainesville. Our love and ,0.L. ? 1 4,400 "

32043 and may be examined in against you for the relief records of Bradford County, LAWTEYSCHOOLNEWS Clellan Rev.and Mrs. Charlie prayers are with him ;;.':. ,,...:::.............. 2.919 2.956

the office of the Owner and as requested in the Petition. Florida AND Lot 39 in Section Redding, and Howard Red- David Eunice who is attending ....L....."....... 1.1,6 1,100
follows: WITNESS my hand and seal 14,Township 5 South Range 22 The fourth & fifth grade ding of Raiford were Saturday the University of I- --
F. W. Dodge Company Post of said Court on the 24th day of East of WOODLAWN according boys participated in a Softball dinner guests at the home of Florida Gainesville spent the fl.aOw....o. .055 ,056
September. A.D., 1974.GILBERTS. to map or plat thereof their ., ,. ..UT OHmt. M*L CAM*.1.O"OT I A Ml AM.
5647 .Wl:: :
Office Box ((1512 Montana game against Starke cousins, Mr. and Mrs. weekend with his parents Mr .OMPL Mil*!*** AND otM.A AM CUV h* B6 49i

Avenue), Jacksonville Florida, recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 Elementary on October 2. Brooksey Futch of Lakeland. and Mrs. J.S. Eunice, and I I "......o.o........,..,u..u 22. 318I
32207 BROWN (formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) The fourth grade boys were All of Mr. and Mrs. Futch's grandmother Mrs. i-a-a.nnm .. .
Mary TOTAIDBTN. .....,.*,_*._., ",'2' 22
Clerk of the Circuit Court pubic records of Bradford defeated but the fifth grade brothers and sisters and their Locke _. ...
CONTRACTORS: Will, upon By Donna M. Branson County Florida; SUBJECT, boys were victorious. The families gathered at their Miss Debbie Jordan Frank f I' .c.unfTOw.L'N.nwN.waLe.. N 75 78iQ

receipt of Ten Dollars ($10.00)) Deputy Clerk HOWEVER to public roads, girls will participate in a home for a family reunion. Pendarvis Mr. and Mrs. i tOT*L(ft**taf..P--...-......---.., 4.400 4,50i
made payable to Don R. 10/3 4t 10/24 utility easements and that. volleyball match against J.C. Prevail, Jr., and Johnny Brown and Kelly Mr. p. .-.-.....-...- -v-..-

Morgan, Architect P. A, be certain easement for Ingress and Southside grandson of Gainesville and Mrs. Mitchell L. .. : rt ._
on Thursday.The spent Brown and ..".. M.-..!.!...-M,0 ,..'s, 00,0 ;.(, I. u. 4t..
forwarded two sets of plans and egress recorded in Official following students were Saturday with his parents Debbie, Mr and Mrs. Larry
specifications collect. Full LEGALI Record Book 119 Pages 52-55, recognized as physical
deposit less postage will be I will not be responsible for public records of Bradford education students of the week I I

refunded provided plans and any debts or any other thing County Florida. last week: Lisa Bell-3rd

specifications are returned in made by Shirley Ann Thornton. AND grade; Stuart Pauley-4th

"good" condition within ten Begin at the intersection of the grade; and Jerry Lock-5th -
days of bid opening. Arthur Lamar Thornton easterly right of way line of grade. The students selectedfor

10/32tp 10/10 Seaboard Coast Une Railroadand this week were: Keigh WHY

EACH BID: Shall be accom- the Northerly right of way Washington-3rd grade; James

panied by a cashier's check or line of Lawtey and MiddleburgRoad Orleman-4th grade; and John
bid bond in the amount of five NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and run Easterly along said Thompson-5th grade.

percent of the bid price, payableto REGISTER Northerly right of way line 179 Mrs. Knight's fifth grade
the School Board of Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME feet thence run North and class presented a program on
County Florida. parallel with aforesaid Easterly Wednesday. The theme WON'T
Pursuant to Section 86509 right of way line a distance of centered around Christopher

THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Florida Statutes notice is here- 100 feet thence run Westerlyand Columbus Day. The studentsdid .
by given that the undersignedMrs. parallel with aforesaid
Will) be required to provide a an excellent job of por-
Performance-Labor and Material Evelyn E Milner Davison Northerly right of way line 179 traying the style of some of
Payment Bond the Mobile Home Park Lot 12, feet thence run South along earliest
in amount of our country's visitors.In .
100 percent of the bid amount. Starke Florida 32091, doing Easterly right of way line a recognition of Fire .
Surety Company shall be business under the firm name of distance of 100 feet to point of Prevention Week the ASKEW .
"M & M SALES & SERVICE", beginning, also being the : .
licensed to do business in the librarian Mrs. Sinclair, is 4. rarut.
state of Rorida and shall be 444-G West Madison Street Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof showing a filmstrip FIRE ,

listed by the United States Starke Bradford County Lawtey East of Railroad DEPARTMENT WORKERS.

Treasury Department. Florida 32091 intends to register according to map or plat thereofin Every student will be given an
said fictitious name under the Plat Book 1, Page 6, all in attractive booklet entitled
provisions of aforesaid statute. Section 23 Township 5 South "
PROPOSALS: May not be with- "What Causes Fires?
Mrs. Evelyn E. Milner sole Range 22 East. DEBATE
drawn for thirty days after bid
date. owner. has been filed against you and PERSONALS;

Dated this 30th day of you are required to serve a copy Mrs C.R. Crews and

THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER IF September A. D. 1974 at of your written defenses if any Glenann spent the weekend

ANY: Will be so notified within Starke Florida to it on EUGENE F. SHAW with her son-in-law and
10/3 4tp 1024IN Plaintiff's Attorney whose daughter Mr. and Mrs.
five days after bid opening. The ,
School Board of Bradford I address is Post Office Box 1086 Tommy Clayton and son, of JERRY

County reserves the right to Starke Florida, 32091 on or Jacksonville. While there they
THE CIRCUIT COURT before October 17 1974, and file
reject any and all bids and to EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF attended the Shrine Circle on
waive any informalities. the original with the Clerk of this Sunday afternoon.
Court either before service
10/32t 10/10 on Mrs. P.L. Dinkins returned
BRADFORD COUNTY Plaintiff's attorney or immediately home on Tuesday after

thereafter; otherwisea spending some time with her

STATE OF FLOROIA CIVIL ACTION default will be entered against son-in-law and daughter Mr. THOMAS ?

Department ol StateI you for the relief demanded in and Mrs. Horace Cox of
CASE No.74-242
the complaint. Waldo. Mrs. Cox brought her
my home and the day.
Secretary of Slat ot the State of GUARANTY FEDERAL spent

following Florida do hereby certify that the SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION seal day of of September this Court on 1974.GILBERT this. 17th Burton Another daughter of Jacksonville Mrs. Jim, a Reubin Askew will not debate Jerry Thomas

OF GAINESVILLE a arrived during the day and because the Askew record cannot be successfully
GEORGES' PROPERTIES. LTD corporation, Plaintiff vs EARL S. BROWN
time with her
spent some
with their principal place otbusineis
in Bradford county CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT mother. defended.

Florida and being Limited Part WALKER Defendant Freddie Peterson and friendof
nershlpt formed under Chapter 610. COURTIN AND FOR BRADFORD Vero Beach were Monday D Askew supports busing school! children away
Florida Statutes Laws ot Florida
and each having failed for Six, NOTICE OF SUIT COUNTYBY overnight guests of his sister- from their neighborhood schools.
month' or more to pay their annual Moody in-law Mrs. Darlene Norman
filing fees and renew their car Deputy Clerk and sons. Askew's State government budget has doubledthe
tlllcates of authority 10 operate .S To Brigitte K. Walker 9/194t 1010IN
Limited pursuance Partnership of the provisions, therefore, ol in :6369 Schoveck 1 Drummond Mr. and and Mrs.family John and spending of your tax dollars including $10 (}()()

Section 62031. Florida Statute' I Bletchstr, West Germany THE CIRCUIT COURT Richard Sandy, of Bridgeport a year raise for himself.
have caused to be published In The
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF West Va., spent some time
newspaper Bradford County published Telegraph In' Bradford a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FLORIDA IN AND FOR with their uncle and aunt Mr. Askew is soft on crime the FBI says only two

County notice of failure to renew an action to Mortgage BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL and Mrs. O. Nicula and
certificate In authority a* providedby Foreclosure on the following family. states are worse than Florida in violent crimes.

GIVEN'law under my hand and the property Florida in Bradford County, ACTIONCASE NO.74239In Mrs. Beulah Norman and a Askew put his official seal of approval on the
Florida at : her daugher Mrs. Edward
Great Seal'of the Stale of
Tallahassee, the Capital this" the reThe: Matter of the Roberts spent a week with open bedroom policy at our state universities.The .
23rd ol September A 0. 1974 13 and Block 29 ofPeek's
day Lots 14
Adoption of TERRY RAE her husband who is employedin
Dorothy Gllson Addition to Starke, GASKINS Miami. choice of who will be Florida's next Governor is

SECRETARY STATE Bradford County Florida, as per Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts now between two men Jerry Thomas a conservative
10 321 10'10 pat) thereof recorded in Plat NOTICE OF SUIT were weekend guests of their

Book 1, Page 45 Section 28 NO PROPERTYTO brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Reubin Askew, an ultra-liberal. The voters are entitledto

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Township 6 South Range 22 : ALL INTERESTED PARTIES and Mrs. G.C. Stanley and
REGISTER East mother Mrs. Bessie Watts of make their choice on the basis of each candidate'sposition

FICTITIOUS NAME Crescent City. Mrs. Watts and record on issues that mean the most to
has been filed and
against you
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat returned home with them for a
Pursuant to Section 866.09 you are required to serve a copy an action for adoption has visit. Floridians. If Reubin Askew would accept Jerry Thomas'challenge

Florida Statutes, notice is here- of your written defenses, if any been filed against you and you Friends of Mr. O.J. Anders
by given that the undersigned to it, on the plaintiff's attorney are required to serve a copy of regret to learn that he is a of three statewide one-hour TV debates, that

Steven A. Cardin Douglas J. whose name and address is your written defenses if any to patient in Bradford County choice could be made on the basis of truth.If .
Hon. George H. Pierce P. O.
Cardin George W. Cardin and it, on the plaintiff's, attorney Hospital Starke. We are gladto
Velda Nichols Cardin P. O. Box Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, whose name and address is learn that he is better. Our Reubin Askew is proud

146 Starke Florida 32091 32091. and file the original with GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esq., P.O. love and prayers are with
the clerk of the above styled of his record and position
doing business under the firm DRAWER 1030, STARKE. him.Mr. on ELECT
name of "CARDIN BROS.", U. court on or before October 24th FLORIDA, 32091. .and file the and Mrs. Beulah these issues and thinks voters
S. 301 South P. O. Box 128 1974: otherwise a Judgment may original with the clerk of the Norman and Mrs. David

Starka Bradford County be entered demanded against in the you for the above styled court on or before husband of Starke visited her would approve of his stand, he .
relief complaint
Rorida 32091 intends to register September 18, 1974: otherwise a on Thursday in
said fictitious name under the or petition. judgement may be entered St.Vincent's Hospital, should welcome a face-to-face

provisions of aforesaid statute. WITNESS my hand and the against you for the relief Jacksonville. We are glad to TV debate.
seal of said Court on September demanded in the that he is fine. JERRY
Steven A. Cardin, Douglas J. complaint or report doing
Cardin George W. Cardin 17th 1974. petition. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny What's he got to hide?

Velda Nichols Cardin owners. WITNESS my hand and the Jenkins of Milliard, and Mr.
Gilbert S. Brown
Dated this 25th day of seal of said Court on September and Mrs. James Anders of
As Clerk of said Court
September A. D. 1974, atStarke. 16, 1974. Palatka were guests of their
Beulah M.
Florida. By: MoodyAs mother. Mrs. O.J. Anders

/264t 10/17 Deputy Clerk GILBERTS. BROWN Tuesday and visited their
9/26 4t 1017IN As Clerk of said Court father in the Hospital. THOMASGOVERNOR

CALL FOR BIDS By Beulah M. MoodyAs Friends of Mrs. Troy
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk Bennett regret to learn that

The School Board of Bradford THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 9/194t 10/10 she is a patient in St.Vincent's I
County bids on the CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1 Hospital Jacksonville. She
COUNTY. CASE had a She wouldbe
swill from school cafeterias. BRADFORD light stroke. .T
Sealed bids will be received NO. FOR SALE: Electric Pencil glad to hear from her
sharpeners 3 different friends. Our love and prayersare
until 7 p.m., October 14, 1974. styles
,The Successful bidder will be JAMES HAROLD EUNICE and In stock handy for home or with her.
responsible for providing cans J. S. EUNICE JR.. Plaintiffs office. For sale at The Office Mr. and Mrs.Paul Dinkins

with lids into which the twill will Shop. and David of St.Augustine
be placed. Also successful .vs- were Friday overnight guests PD. POL. ADV. Md (or by Jetty Thames Campaign FundR publlcanr '

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Josephine Fontaine (lJ


Someone left their eye- v

glasses at the voting booth on

(Get I. They can call Mrs. Hall

at 468-1921 to get them.


The Ladies Council of The

Hampton Christian Church,
met at the home of Mrs. ..."",

Garnet Studer on Highway FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler FOR SALE: 8N Ford Tractor 40 ACRE MONTANA RANCH: 6 .

301. CLASSIFIED AD KATES engine 16 ft, boat and trader. with Wagner Front End 1/2 percent LOAN Beautiful, .
We have Well
now a fulltime appliance DrillingFast
Loader $1500. Phone Long Champ
The devotion was given witha Good condition. Kids lost undeveloped rolling grass and
discussion by all. Mrs. Deadline for Insertion interest. Must sell. 473-2210. 2502. Palatka after 5 O-clock. pine hills near historic Miles repairman needs.Call for all yourrepair Rotary

Studer served a delicious cake Tuesday Noon preceding tfchg. 1tp 10/10 City. $210.42 down, $70.14 Home and

with sherbet. Thursday before publication. - - -- --- ---- --- -- monthly $7,000 balance. Badcocks Drilling EquipmentFor Building Material '

Minimum Charge 12.00 Excellent hunting and fishing.

FItIENUS&NEIGHBORS;: (Covers 15 Words) FOR SALE: 1 large FOR SALE: 1969 Chevrolet pick- Easily accessible. Call for Mr. 964-5289 WE BUILD

Reverend Preston Perry, .Each word over 15 heater $75. Mrs. J.R.Seigler Kite oil up, V8, AT, AC PS, Mag Brooks collect 406/656-0450./ 2" Thru 6" WellsCall "
Posi-traction. Call "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Elizabeth 10/102tp 10/17
Pastor of the Great 10 cents Phone 9646500.
Itp 10/10 782.3956 after
6. 1tp 10/3
Baptist Church in Lake -- --- -- --- --- -- YOUR LOT OR OURS"
Butler, tells us they All Classified Ads must be -- ---- --- -- STARKE 301 MOTEL Your Water System Needs

celebrated their centennial paid for in advance unless you FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars YourReal FREE ESTIMATES

October 16. Reverend Perry have an established account made in Japan by Gibson now FOR SALE 1971 Toyota
Weekly& Monthly !DB47D61Durrance: REMODELING REPAIRS
Corona Good
with the in that condition only Estate
said there were hundreds of Telegraph at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Hales

people there and they all had a event 50 cents extra charge'for .- - -- $995. Call 468-1551. 9/19 4tp Pump & ADDITIONS
wonderful time. billing. Not responsible for 10/10 Broker
301 North
FOR SALE Case knives Supply
errors when given over the : pocket -- ----------

when Is not now on sale at Dahmers Buy-Sell-Trade- tf Developers Of TRADED
ANNIVERSARIES: phone or copy
Mr and Mrs. S. Smith typed and brought to the of Discount House. 112 E. Call 1 ACREAGE FOR SALE
Under Ground
f Ice. St. tfchg. AppraisalsCALL
celebrates their 30th wedding ( Motorcycles J "" 964.6853HWY.
- - -
anniversary on October 11. BILL POWELL $ SAVE $ 864 N. Temole Ave.
Mr. Smith is Fire Chief of REAL ESTATE Starke Fla.

the Hampton Volunteer Fire 964-6464 FRED DAVIS Sales & Service TFN -

miles California pull
First Aid classes will be backs, extended cables. Call LITTLE RIDE CAN SOME
964-6775 after 5 p.m. 10/10 Ralph Bryan I ABELS' Buy a Bymo Label $2698PLUS
Thursday evenings from 7:30: Itchg SAVE YOU A LOT' TF maker 'from us at The Office
to 10-00: p.m. We need in- FOR SALE: Pig $18 and up Call WILL BABY SIT in my home 964-6208 GREEN COVE SPRINGS"* Shop
-- --- -
terested people to come and 782-3014 or 964-7292. Itp Monday thru Fri. Infants up. -- -- TAX & TAG

take the first aid course. 10/10 964-6821. Itp 10/10 STARKE CYCLE CENTEH, 207
N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964 020 WE HAVE BUYERS
---- -- ,
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The Hampton Senior coffee table and end tables set guaranteed. Call 9647509 or dealer tfchg. Large-SmallImprovedUnimproved : .
Citizens met October 4, with 15 ------ ------ 8ALKS&SKKVICK Doublewide
by Lane, 2 end table matching leave at Jackson Building I
members present. lights, 1 portable TV stand, 1 Starke Kino selection or Used' !Cars
Supply, Keystone
or 3 Br 1&% Bath
Plans were discussed for the
occasional chair, 1 portable WE NEED Taken On Cadillac Trades

Christmas Party, to be held TV in good condition. T.H. Heights. tfchg. t WANTED YOUR LISTING 21101 N.\\'. Kith: :))7H5iOIGAINKSVILLK : Only $6995Your
- -- J
December 13. Bement, 1221 Bradford St. :

The door prize was won by Starke, Call 964-6439 after 6pm. WILL BABY SIT in my home
DeWaters. Game 3 BR Homes Old and New
Ruddy Mon.-Frl.
10/10ltp 9645567. 10/10
Small and
Large City
were won by Ruddy Doublewide
prizes 2tchg 1017LICENSED
-- --- ------
DeWaters, Raleigh Brannen. WANTED: Experienced elec- and Country From $19,800 INSURANCEAT
TV Color picture tubes only $79 ---- --- -- -- tricians and experienced Specialists
Lillian Hall, Lynn Hall Bill
Fontaine. Josephine Fontaine, plus labor Dahmers Discount. CHILD CARE, Mon. apprentices. Apply in person. BUILDING LOTS REDUCED RATES

Sue Brannen Genette Kriegerand tfchg. thru Friday Ages 1 to 4, meals Bell Electric Co. Highway 21 MOBILE HOME AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Big "G"
and snacks fenced north of Keystone Heights AUDI
Buck Dennison. - - play area. LOTS DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE

Next meeting will be October FOR SALE: German Shepherds Call 9648464. 1tp 10/10 tfchg. AGENCY Mobile HomesHwy
-- --- ----- - - -- CommercialResidential
18 at 7:30: p.mOI.DRKCIPE. 2 puppies & 1 one year old TCHG 376 4551
female. John Crews, Lawtey WILL BABY SIT in my home WANTED Used furniture & 90 E. Lake City Fla. 4222 NW 13i: St.

782-3822. 10/10 1tp refrigerators, washers Dahmer's -
: any age. Monday thru Friday. 752-3201 Gainesville
Discount ---
-- --- -- House. tfchg TF
Call 9648494. Itp 10/10
This old
is an recipe givenme CALL US
- - Cash &
GARAGE -- ---- --- -- Carry
by Evelyn Vaughan. She SALE: 583 W. Call St. BEFOREYOU

got it out of The Daily Odds and Ends. Everythingmust
Oklahoman paper in go. Thursday Friday, I I BUYorSELLHERE
mobile home hucricane
Oklahoma City back in the and Saturday. Itp 10/10 an- HELP WANTED TIRES
choring and mobile home roof r GARDIN BROS.
early thirties -- --- ---
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FRONT END
Snow Biscuits
FOR SALE: Coastal Bermuda IT IS
100 W.
Service. 964-5606, Rt.
Dissolve 1 pkg. of yeast in ;lj hay. $1.75 per bale. Call 964- &

cup about warm five water.minutes Let or it stand until 8241 after 5. 1tp 10/10 .Starke- -, Fla.- -tfchg- - -- CUBB Economic Agency, Inc. Is 3 BR, 2 Bath, L.R., Dine Rm., BRAKE SERVICE Specializing In

--- --- -- -- now accepting applicationsfor Kit., Fam. Rm., Cent. Heat 8- 964-5800 SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION AND
dissolved, add one tablespoon FREE 4 two month old
FOR SALE: Florida 90 half full
charge bookkeeper at B. Const. 1.13
Air, C. Approx.
melted shortening. Have Strawberne plants at L.D. collie puppies to good home. Starke office. Double entry acres 7 Lg. Pecan trees Chain QUALITY TIRES & HEAVY EQUIPMENT

sifted together two cups Griffis. Phone 782-3424. Call 431-1411 at Raiford. Itp experience through trial link Fence. SERVICE FOR LESS

flour I.. teaspoon l'i teaspoon salt. Add sugar yeast and Lawtey, Fla. 10/10 2tp 10/17 10/10 balance. Submit applicationsto Call 964-6593 or 964-7826 TFN PHONE 964.6150P.
--- -
- -- -- -- --- -
Cubb Economic Agency,
mixture to flour, to make a --- .. --
soft dough, (add a little more Box 128 STARKE, FLA.
market will open ThursdayOct. 964-7959 or 9645148. 10/3 Starke, Florida 32091. By
flour if needed J. BRICK I
17. Fresh fruits & 13tp 12/26 October 11, 1974. AN EQUAL
Mix roll and cut for
vegetables. 617 N. OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Davidson
TempleAve. - - -- -
biscuits place on greased pan 10/10 10/10 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine
Itchg Itchg
and let rise. It takes about 30 LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of Mobile Home ParkIn
-- -
minutes. Bake in hot oven with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. town.

i about 400 degrees) for about FOR SALE: Ladies Dinner ring/1 REDUCE excess fluids with X- City Limits YOUNG < > CO.

:20! minutes. .40 diamond, 4 tiny full cut Pel, $3. Koch Drug's 9/12 George Roberts Real Es.ate 5J3P

diamonds, all brilliant color. Btchg 10/31 LOST AND FOUNDLOST 964-7826 or 964 6593 $30 Per MOa
Appraised $350 sacrifice Vacuum Cleaners
SCHOOL! NEWS ------ -- -

Mrs Noelle Silk's Kindergarten $250. Ph. 4734777. 10/10 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Walk To New Used Machines 10PO Up

class had a lessonin Itchg All makes cleaned, oiled and Miniture white female New masonry homes, 3 bed- Shopping CenterCity ,
- - --
cooking last Tuesday when adjusted, $7. All vork poodle from E. Call room, 2 bath, central heat and New & Rebuilt Kirby
each child brought an apple FOR SALE: Must sell 7 year old missing Gas Water a Sewer
guaranteed. James air, wall to wall carpets.
Would the who
Street. lady
and converted it into applesauce Pinto mare 16 1/2 hands high Strickland, Morgan Road and was driving a small red station On 301 South Expert Repair Service All Makes
$300.14 Quarter
with the assistanceof month horse SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- Small farm, close to Starke, 3
several mothers. They all (stud) (green) $100. Call after 3189. Also scissors sharpened wagon and who picked up call the bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. & Models
small white poodle please Jolu Motel
enjoyed this midmorning 4 p.m. or all day Sat. ft Sun. $1.
snack. 9647764. 1tp 10/10 tfchgOPENING the owner, Annette Kitchens, 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 Starke, Fla
-- -- -- at 964-7500 or 9646923. Itchg 12 x 60 mobile home on 112 acre 964.8810
The first second and third - -- -- --

grades learned a great deal FOR SALE: 1 Black Angus Cow Academic September 23. 10/10/ 200 acres, fenced, approx. 60
about plants last Friday when 2 weened Black Angus., Kindergarten. Ages
2125. Call Lu Sanders acres in pasture, $700 per acre.
;Mr Bill Dampier drove themto feeder Calves price.. $200.
the "-Tech school. !Miss Location N.W. End Lawtey register. Ph. 9648404. 9/12 FRED SACKETT-REALTOR OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

Diane \\cstcott met them Ave., Kingsley Lake, Frolic 4tchg 10/3 I HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 205 N. Temple IUS-301)) PumpsNew 100 W. PH. 964-5604 .,.,
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I JUurse P"I leased With Tornadoes Bounce Back Starke

was well pleased
with the 140 yards in Z7 carries. Sopho "Overall the defensive throwing team but that
way we bounced back. We all a half yards per catch. allows
knew we were capable of more quarterback Jimmy "The threat of a pass will backs played an excellent the defensive backs to get Builders
playing better ball than we did Prevatt had his best night of always keep the linebackersand game and did a real good unprepared for a pass so we
the year rushing for 102 job," Hughes. are going to have
against Buchholz, says Head yards safetys from moving up says to learn
Bradford Coach David Hurse in 16 carries averaging 6.03 on your running game," says "As far as Live Oak is mentally to stay prepared,"
Coach Hurse was talking yards 10 a carry while hit six of Hurse. concerned they are not a said Hughes. LeadingStarke -_ : .
passes for 53
Tuesday about last Firday "We "The blocking on the sweeps
night's game when the Brad-- did not'move the ball by Lashley, Hull and Emmett _
ford High gridders took a would offensively as well as we Bright was outstanding"says Builders' leads the
decisive 18-6 victory over St have liked but St. Hurse. "Tommy Reddish dida Bantam Flag League un-
Augustine on home ground in Augustine changed defenses fine job running the ball." defeated, although they have
Starke. The week before the on us and our kids were con- Reddish had a fine punting been tied once and that came
Tornadoes fell victim to a 23-0 to block some" of the time on who game, averaging 40 yards per last Thursday in a game with
shutout by a pepped up Buch- commented Hurse. punt. Wishbone Fried Chicken as .1
holz team in Gainesville. "Our passing game is Prevail did a good lob on the i they dueled to a scoreless tie.
starting to improve now and and also had his best
"Defensive sweeps .
Line Coach this 1I. ,, = ,,,, ,
will make ( 'r--"f-t: :
Mike Sexton did an excellent better us a much passing game of the season The second game saw ) .
offensive ball club," according to Coach Hurse. Kitchens Tile move into
job in preparing our defense says Hurse. sr second Tommy Meng stands with the calf he won in the 1972 Calf
for St. Augustine ; is reacting better place by one-half game Scramble. The
com- Prevatt hit 60 under trophy was awarded to him at the 1974
mented Coach percent for pressure every game he over Branding Iron as they Bradford
Hurse. "I also the County Fair for Grand Champion in Livestock
night using three downed
thought our secondary was the in his performance. targets Donnie plays. This is evident by his Branding Iron 197. Judging.

most aggressive than they Sewell,Matt Hull and Richard improved ball handling and Meng will get the papers for his registered Black Angus
have been this year and this is Lashley each caught two his kicking of extra points and SCHEDULE heifer at the Eighth Annual Calf Scramble this Saturday.
field He kicked
goals. a 27
attributed to the hard work Thursday, October
passes. Hull and Lashley both field for 10:
yard goal BHS
Denny Hansen.
3:30: Starke Builders
gained a total of 18 yards vs.
Reddish Senior runningback the Tommy averaging nine yards per "I thought our defensiveline Kithcens; 4:30: Branding Iron Tennis Lessons IncreaseLAKE
was leading reception while Sewell totaled vs. Wishbone.
turned in an excellent ball
Tornado yard gainer, rushing 17 yards to average eight and game and has been working Tuesday October 15: BUTLER-Due to the scheduled by the Union

.oaewwm re together real good as a unit up Defensive end Dale Haas knocks down a St. Augustine pass Iron 3:30: Kitchens vs. Branding large turn out of adults for the County Recreation Depart-
4:30: Starke Builders
front," commented Coach as It leaves the hands of QB Keith Simmons early In Friday's Wishbone.the ; vs. free tennis lessons, an ad- ment.
Sexton. "We have had a lot of game. ditional class has been Lessons are now offered
consistency." Monday and Wednesday
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Dale Haas was selected as nights from 6 til 7 p.m. at
the outstanding defensive I l Union County High School
w l la lineman of the week. Haas Running Attack Helps..From page 81play> courts. Men and women may
made five individual tackles I attend either class at no
and one assist. He also line where BUS' Aldridge holding penalty against BHS middle where BHS safety of the short drive. charge. You need only to bringa
knocked a pass, sacked the caught, dropped, and finally pushed the ball back out to the man David McMillian made a Prevatt pushed to Lashley at tennis racket to participate.The .
passer once and forced a fell on the ball at the Tornado SA 30. Linebacker David falling interception. the 10 yard line, and the wide Recreation Departmentis

i safety on St. Augustine. 18. Johnson field Prevatt to two Trying to take advantage of receiver ran to the SA eight still trying to organize
"Donnie Sewell played That the Tornadoes meant yards at right end, then the the big break, still leading yard line before Richard Volleyball leagues for both
+ f defensive end making the first business with their running BHS signal caller missed only 7-0 and feeling anything Wells pushed him out of men and women.

game that he played a lot of game became more evident in three straight passes from the but secure as the third period bounds, the play covering 18 Matches are being planned
defense this year," says the next eight minutes It was SA 28, throwing the ball too drew to a close, QB Jimmy yards.On for Monday nights and will Ix
Coach Sexton. "He did a good hard nosed football on both low to be caught. Prevatt ran right end for 11 first down from the played at outdoor volleyball
job and hopefully he will sides, but BBS ground out Going into action from his 28 yards before SA's Russell eight,QB Prevatt kept around courts located at RMC
continue to improve at defen- yardage play after play. SA quarterback Keith Sim- Galipeau drove him out of his left end and ran untouchedinto clubhouse and UCI pistol
sive end and help us there the Workhorse Tommy Reddish mons got the Yellow Jackets' bounds. Beaver DeSue went the SA endzone behind range.
4FIP. rest of the year." Sheldon got 13 yards on a hard drive initial first down. Monster up the SA middle for a BUS superb blocking by the Tor- Three men's teams and two
Hodge also played a good over his right tackle for a first man Mike Gaskins nailed SA's first down at the Jacket 14, nado backfield women's teams have been
game on defense for Bradford. down at the BHS 31 on the first Vernon Wilson at right end for then got nothing at left tackleon SCORING formed so far. Anyone wishing
The three defensive down play. Reddish then hit left less than a yard. Then Sim- the last play of the third BUS: Reddish 2 yard run Prevatt kiCk to play or enter a team please
men, tackles Mark Hildreth tackle for four yards, but mons threw to tight end Gary quarter. 7 O. contact Recreation Director
BUS quarterback Jimmy Prevail right Is set to fire at big and Jimmy Clark and found going hard on second Hurd over the left side. Big Prevatt hit big Donnie BHS BHS:: Prevail Prevatt,field< goal 100 Larry Powell as soon us
yard run Kick failed
tight end Donnie Sewell for an eight yard gain in the fourth noseman Scott Pooser have and third downs and was Red cornerback James Sewell, his tight end, in the 16 O. possible at his office locatedon
period. turned in two back to back ball forced to punt from the BHS Aldridge nailed Hurd as he right flat. Sewell made a SA: Wells 52 yard pass from Simmons the second floor of the

games in which they had 37.A caught the ball at the SA 41. diving ca tch at the SA six yard BHS Pass tailed for EP 166 county courthouse or phone
: Safety when SA
exceptional play,according to big break came for BHS Dale Haas stopped SA's line. The resulting five yard 18 6 OB caught mendzone him at 4U6-2751.\
GF Sexton. when St. Augustine was Wilson after a five yard gain penalty pushed BHS out .
I Top In Small Fry Clark was the leading penalized 15 yards for over left tackle, then Wilson beyond the 10 yard line,and on
I Tornado tackler with six' roughing punter Reddish. The was stopped cold by the BHS third down Prevatt threw on NOTICEDON'T
Guaranty Federal becamethe work-horse for Guaranty.The tackles while Hildreth had 15-yard penalty pushed the middle of Pooser, Hildreth, the ground to Sewell in the end
top team in the Small Fry second game saw the four and Pooser three. Johnny football into SA territory at and Clark. Simmons passedon zone. GET CAUGHT WITH YOUR FURNACE
Flag Football League as they contest end in a rare way, by Nichols made four tackles and the 48 yard line with a BHS third down, missed, and SA On fourth down Prevatt sal-
upped their record to 3-0 th.s the score of 22. Kentucky one assist for the night. first down. Reddish found no was forced to punt when BHSBRADFORD vaged three points by kicking DOWN!
past week by downing Ken- Fried Chicken and Andrews "Our veteran linebacker hole in the right side of the his 27 yard field goal, putting
tucky Fried Chicken and Drugs fought to a 2-2 tie by corps, Dwight Barber and Yellow Jacket defense, but ST.AUGUSTINI BHS ahead 10-0 with 10:54: left It has been predicted this will be an early and

Community Bank.Wednesday virtue of two safties. Early Chandler, are again then went up the middle for 18 First Downs 5 in the final period of play. extremely COLD winter!
October 2, Kentucky Fried Chicken got turning in steady performances eight yards,then got two more 196 V..rds Yards Rushing p..llng 91 IeSi Both teams failed to gener-
Guaranty met and defeated theirs in the first half and ," comments Sexton. yards on the same play for a 6130 PA PC PI 4131 ate any offense after that. The CORDONAIR
Kentucky Fried Chicken 29-7, Andrews coming from behindin "Barber is the defensive first down at the SA 38. 2 Fumbles Lost 12S 1 football changed hands

behind the running of Craig the second half to get theirs. signal caller and he is like Three straight running 43S PenellIe 20 several times, including a CONDITIONING & HEATING CO. .
Punts .
Sapp. Sapp" scored all of This was Andrews second tie having another coach on the plays by Reddish netted 5336 pass interception by BHS'James
Guaranty's points while John of the season. field. He provides leadership another first down at the SA Aldridge and a fumbleby ADVISES
David Francis scored KFC's for the defense." Chandler is 28, the big play a nine yarderover QB Prevatt. Then midway Don't take a chance on your

lone touchdown.The SCHEDULE just a tough hard nosed type left tackle before Red- the final period SA's Motleygot heater not working!III!!
second that like have was stopped by SA line- SCORE BY QUARTERSBHS off a short, high
game on October :Monday, October 14:: player you to at punt
2, saw Community State 3:30: Andrews vs. Com- linebacker. Chandler got the backer David Johnson inside SA 7 0 0 0 0 0 II 6 IB 6 which traveled just 12 yards Let us clean and check your furnace
Bank and Andrews Drugs munity Bank; 4:30: Guarantyvs. best hit of the week award. theSA 30. yardage first and went out of bounds on the

battle to a 6-6 lie. Jeff Taylor Kentucky Fried Chicken. "Emmett Bright did a good down middle on short up the St. Augustine 38! yard line. NOW before it gets COLD everyone
scoring for the Bank and Wednesday October 16: job on crack back blocking on the stop' being made
Steven Little scoring for 3:30: Kentucky vs. Andrews; the sweeps. Split ends are by end Dean Petty.At declined an illegal procedure capitalized This time the Tornadoes needs heat immediately and 50% find
Andrews. receivers but asked their 28 yard line the penalty on a third down pass. on QB
4:30: Guaranty vs. Com- mostly we
Monday, October 7, munity. him to block and he did a good Yellow Jackets toughened to Motley punted 42 yards, the Prevatt to passed for three their furnaces are not working properly.Tel .
yards fullback
bell Matt Hull in
straight ahead BHS rolling dead at the Tor-
Guaranty won their third Standings: Guaranty 3-0, job, commented Offensive the right flat. Then
of the Line Coach Hansen. running game. Johnson nado 11 yard line. Beaver On Hwy 100, SMiles
game season as they Community Bank 2-0-1, An- Denny DeSue four 473-4777
got then
BIIS fullback Matt Fullback Matt Hull nine
took Community Bank 256. drews 0-1-2, and Kentucky 0-2- "We are going to have our stopped got yards and a BHS first down So. of' Starke
Hull for yards at
no gain. Beaver over right tackle before
Craig Sapp was again the t.AllSports. best effort of the year to beat the SA 28. Installation & Service On All Makes 21
DeSue tackle
Live Oak's defense," com- got yards before Ricky Mills made the
mented Hansen. being smothered by SA's Adro stop. Hitting left guard on SA linebacker Tony White COMM. REFRIGERATION MOBILE HOME SERVICE
David McMillian was Wright, Mitch Kilpatrick, and second down Hull failed to get stopped DeSue for a short two
Club chosen as the defensive backof Ricky Mills. the first down when tackle yards.Then came the big BHS

I the week for his perfor- On third at six from the SA James Alsobrook, a big 220-
24 QB Prevatt the pound junior him.
mance including two pass in Jimmy kept stopped
Votes On SupperThe terceptions. "It was a real pigskin around his right end But Reddish got six yards
race between McMillianand and went 11 yards SA safety over right tackle before Dean
Richard Wells pushed him out Petty could slow him
Bradford treasurer's report made at the monsterman Mike up. On QQGJOPOQDDQOCJ4L
High All- of bounds at the SA 13. DeSue first down Reddish was again
meeling. These membershipsare Gaskins because of his good
Sports Club, Monday night
got five yards over right stopped cold by big tackle
voted to hold a Chicken and $10 this year, and maybe job, commented Defensive tackle
before linebacker Alsobrook.
obtained from club Secondary Coach Bill Hughes. But QB Prevatt
Rice to the final any
supper prior David Johnson him. kept it for BHS
stopped going with a 15
home football game on member. Reddish was hit at the line of yard gain to the Tornado 43

Thursday Gainesville November Eastside. 21, with members The All-Sports also man the newly Club Acquitted... scrimmage by end Dean around left end before being ( ( ( Q 3

built concession stand whichis Petty, then bulled his way up pushed out of bounds.
Club members that (From 1))
hope Page
the SA middle for four yards, SA tackle Adro Wright
located at the Southeast end
from additional the dinner revenue will obtained help of the football stadium. week had been dismissed by just inches short of a first stopped Reddish for no gain, 135 W. CALL ST. 964-6305
down at the three
the yard line. Prevatt failed to turn the
Revenue from the concession state.
defray the cost of providing stand will also toward the Smashing at the SA middle on corner on the Jacket defense,
letter jackets for all varsity go fourth down. Reddish found and Reddish got just four
of the club which
letter winners this season. projects Those trials were: Eddie little but
give got enough for yards over left guard before
includes the letter jackets and

The recent club meeting members to voted provide ala the various concession sports stand banquets.The is. assault Kenny Bradley with intent, charged to commit with yard the first line.down at the SA two David being stopped Johnson.by Reddish linebacker then Now Offers :

letter jackets to include all operated by club-members at of Jorge Figueroa. On first down from the two punted 37 yards to the SA 10

sports this year. As the new all the varsity and junior the Figueroa trial. failed to appear for Reddish went over for fhegame's yard line, the half ending just Fast Service On All
first touchdown. plays later.
conference that the Tornadoesare varsity games in both football
in, The Big Sun, includes and basketball.The Prevatt kicked the point after BHS had held the footballfor
all sports with points from all next regular meeting of The second dismissal was and BHS led 7-0 with 1:37: 41 plays from scrimmageto Your Needs.
of them going toward the the All-Sports Club will be Ihe trial of Willie Jenkins, remaining in the first quarter. 12 for St.Augustine in the
overall team trophy. held on Monday evening charged with second degree From his 18 after the kickoff first half. The Big Red defense

Club membership has risen October 14, at 7:30: at the field murder in the death of Cleo Yellow Jacket Paul Motley limited SA to 20 yards rushingand Call Upon Us For
to 75 members according to a hci.se. McNeal in April, 1973. found it tough going up the 13 passing in the first two :
BHS with middleguard Scott periods. BHS rushed for 117

Pooser and defensive tackles yards and passed for an iden- LETTER HEADS
Jimmy Clark and Mark Hil- tical 13.

"WE'RE ON THE dreth facing him. Pooser, 175 SI. Augustine came on BUSINESS CARDS
pound junior nose man, leads determined to open the third
the Tornado team in tackles quarter. QB Simmons got 11
ENERGY TEAM and assists with 29. Sopho- yards, from his 29, before BHS CHURCH BULLETINS
more tackle Jimmy Clark, 194 ends Dale Haas and Sheldon
pounds, is right behind with Hodge made the stop. Wilson
official I'm convince the
elected to
"As working
\ an 27. Hildreth is a 180-pound got three more at left tackle
people in my area well benefit from oil drilling and a senior. for a first down before Scott LEGAL NOTES & FORMS

new refinery near here: BHS linebacker stopped SA Pooser and Haas stopped him. ETC.

Drilling operations and refineries in new areas can tailback Richard Wells after a Simmons then went 12 yards
five yard gain on second around right end on the keeper
increase much-needed
They'll help
help everyone. down. Jacket QB Keith and a first down at the BHS 46.
domestic energy supplies bring many refined Simmons tried to pass on third BHS linebacker stopped the We Now Have

petroleum products closer to consumers to help down but big Tornado end SA fullback after a five yard

reduce costs. and add to the Dale Haas, boring in, knockedthe gain,and Haas stopped Wilson
local ball down just as it left after 4"a yards. Simmons kept Computerized Type Setting
economy Simmons' hands. Motley around right where he found

punted 33 yards to the Tornado Tornadoes Jimmy Clark and
"I'm. working to make sure 43 where Richard Lash- Donnie Sewell waiting, but he Equipment To Provide A
that oil industry explorationand ley caught the ball. had the first down at the BHS I

development won't damage Again using running back 35.
I_ Tommy Reddish as his workhorse But the St. Augustine threat Variety Of Styles
the environment while helping the energy situation"The : QB Prevatt started his ended a the BHS 30, when ends

environmental scientist is an important man in Tornado offense toward the Sewell and Haas caught

the oil industry today The industry is going to have to St. Augustine goal. But it was Simmons trying to pass and
much oil and in the next the outside running of nailed him for an eight yard
find and produce twice as gas
Prevail, with good blocking loss. Motley punted 38 yards
15 years as it did in the past 15. Its his job to see that ahead of him around the'SA Into the BHS endzone. QUALITY PRINTING

oil companies meet or surpass reasonable environ- ends, which paid off. Prevatt The BBS offense again

mental standards in the process. circled right end for 11 yards started to work grinding out
and a first down at the SA 42 yardage, QB Prevatt and Be FAST SERVICE
A lot of people are working to solve the energy prob- yard line. Two end rUns of six running back Reddish alter-

lem. Irs I a big job that needs the best efforts of all of us. and eight yards by Prevatt nating. They got two first

netted another BHS first down downs on gain of 9, 1, 4, 6, Sand
inside the SA 30 yard line. 6 yards before tne drive
Florida Petroleum Council Going to the air for the first Stalled, at the BBS 49. Reddish mmDlllmrnl] IJrnUGJ'il IE0:
time, Prevatt rolled to his got off a 48 yard punt which
111 North Gadsden Street right and connected with rolled out of bounds at the St.

Tallahasse Florida 32301 wideout Richard Lashley for Augustine five yard line. 135 W. CALL ST. STARKE 964-6305
13 first On
yards and another second down and eight
down at the SA 15. But a QB Simmons sailed a pass up

t 4 '
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1 Local Man Arrested At Dog Fight

"I wouldn't have missed it .
Sparks says. He must sell a i
for anything. Just hearing : puppy each week to keep up
about it isn't anything like with feed costs. Feed and

actually being there," says gasoline eat up his govern

New River resident Pete ment pension, says Sparks,
Sparks, 74, pit bull dog who classifies himself as an
breeder and dog fight en- animal lover.National .
thusiast, of being caught and news stories
jailed over the weekend at a recently have focused on dog
dog( fight in Orlando.I I fighting as a cruel sport.
Though he says he enjoyetrthe ( Sparks, because of his

experience, Sparks was magazine and dog breeding
worried about his dogs being reputation, has been the
fed Monday night. Orange CI r1 target of much of the Vv ''rNyjgilz' '

County authorities jailed .II publicity. A House committee
Sparks Saturday night and it is holding hearings on the
was close to noon Monday subject.

morning Sparks says, before News reporters from the .: a i,
he was allowed to phone a bail a4, Ate' New York Times, St.- -
bondsman. rr 1 Petersburg Times, and

Sparks says authoritieswere Gainesville Sun have all _
harrassing him by visited Sparks' farm at New L1' J it

keeping him in jail longer than River. Sparks was not at home
any of the other 18 caught in ., 4 iq when the New York Times

the raid near Orlando. Sparkswas reporter, Wayne King, visited
at ringside when 1 .- the farm. But the pit bull dog Five new Hampton city officials were sworn In Tuesday Evelyn Vaughn, Clerk Ruth Roark. Mayor Charles William-
authorities appeared suddenlyto fancier was at home and in- night. Being given the oath of office by outgoing clerk Shirley son, and Councilman Ted Curtis who was also re-elected

break up a dog fight in ji. terviewed by reporters from Forsyth are ((1-r): Marshall Dennis Roark, Councilwoman chairman by the new board.

progress. Sparks was chargedby the St.Petersburg and

Orange authorities with Gainesville papers. Both those To Be Discussed In
unlawful assembly and newspapers carried feature Budget Tuesday HamptonHAMPTON

cruelty to animals. .." ly stories on Sparks and the pros

animal terms himself an 1 1 and cons of dog fighting. A special with the county at a cost ol hire its own building inspectorif next live years.
lover. The only trouble Sparks, incidentally, is also meeting of the City Council is $872. Bradford County Zoningset it desires. Hampton city officials indicated -
with his 50-odd dogs is that : 1 an ardent admirer of other Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7:30: Director L.M. Gaines and "The only way a small they are aware of a
there isn't time in a day to animals. He is a snake han p.m. to begin work on the 1974Zoning Board Chairman John community can implement a new state law which requiresa
give them the attention they dler. For a time he kept a live 75 budget, including InTorode appeared before the building or zoning code is city to be working on a
crave, he says. Pete Sparks -animal lover vs. cruelty to animals. rattle snake loose in his kit- vestigation of building a new Hampton council Tuesdaycity through a joint effort," Gaines building code or the code will
"We can't make dogs fight. Newspaper accounts of the over two months. lie thinks chen. hall. night and offered to assist the said. He predicted 103 percent be administered by the state

It's just bred into them." raid said about 75 agents from the raid resulted because the Sparks, with his long white Newly installed Mayor town in any way the county growth. Hampton over the after Jan. 1,the cost to be paid
Humane society officers had the Florida Department of promoter"was.just too brazen beard is a familiar sight to Charles Williamson surprised can in the city's adoption of out of the \.city's revenue
trouble at the raid when they Criminal Law Enforcement, about it." Starke and Lake Butler the council Tuesday night with building and zoning codes. -r ., sharing funds. Have the''

tried to put two pit bulls in the Orange County vice squad, A television cameramanwas residents on his daily visits to his suggestion that the city "We got our wires crossed county inspector do the work
same cage Pete points out. Florida Game and Fresh at the raid, along with two the two towns.In consider a new city hall. The up in Lawtey. They thought NEWS ABOUT at a "bare bones" cost, according -
"Naturally a fight Water Fish Commission, girls with still cameras, the a way the publicity he is council agreed to consider the we were trying to take over. to Gaines, would be
resulted." Another dog fight Florida Beverage Com- 74-year-old Sparks says. receiving in the new attack city hall issue next Tuesday. We're willing to help Hampton far cheaper than having the
occurred when a dog got loose mission, the state attorney's "They confiscated my the cruelty of dog fighting is "This one is in pretty bad establish zoning and building state do the work.
some way and got hold of office, and the Humane camera. I had taken about helping Sparks. He has shape," Mayor Williamson codes, but we're not interested SERVICE MEN Gaines recommended that
another] ) bull dog an officer had Society were involved in the half a dozen pictures but I received several phone calls told the council as about 20 in taking over," Torode told adopt the SouthernStandard
tied l to the grand stand. raid. don't know if they will come about puppies from persons citizens were present for the the council and audience. ,. Building Code as has
"That's the fight they had to Sparks says authorities out because the lighting was who learned about him from swearing in of new city ofCosts of hiring a qualified the county. The county also
lL'iea stick to break up, not the apparently believe him to be a so poor," Sparks says. The 16- the newspaper articles, Pete ficials shown above. man as building inspector Griffis TrainingIn uses the Southern Standard
one in the ring." dog fight promoter because he foot square pitwas lit with two Outgoing city clerk Shirley would be prohibitive to the Coast Guard Plumbing Code, and the

!More than 100 persons were publishes a magazine, "Pit florescent bulbs at the says.What will happen, Sparks Forsyth indicated she will city, Gaines said. The county Sept.25- Gerald E. Griffis, National Electric Code,
gathered for nine fights on a Dogs, and breeds both pit Saturday night fight. There says, is that dog fights will go help the council prepare the will use the same inspector for son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Gaines said. This would be the
remote farm near Orlandoand bull dogs and Staffordshire was a "grand stand" made of back under ground if the raids new spending bill. the entire county thusA Griffis of Route 1, Starke, is most lenient code the city
one fight which lasted Terriers which he sells for building scaffolding six to continue. Fights will be by committee of Councilmen enabling it to offer the inspection undergoing basic training at could follow, he indicated.
about 30-35 minutes with no $100 each to anyone who wantsto eight feet high and a refresh- invitation only. Sparks A.C. Dennison and Hank Lott service at a fraction the Coast Guard Training The committee is to investigate

bloodshed at all, had just buy a puppy. Some of the ment stand selling soft drinks, pointed out that the Orlando and Mayor Williamson was of what it would ordinarIlyalso Center, Cape May, N.J. the building code
ended when authorities ap persons who buy his puppies! beer, and bar-b-que sandwiches fight was advertised in his appointed to investigate cost. Gaines and Torode indicated During the 10-week course, and report to the council at the
peared. People in plain do so with the intention of Sparks says.; magazine. the city of Hampton working that Hampton could he will receive instruction in November meeting. Gaines
clothes appeared brandishing fighting them Sparks says, Lawmen on the raid helped Coast Guard history and and Torode indicated the
pistols and some officers in and some want a dog for a pet. themselves to the bar-b-que tradition, seamanship, first county zoning office will be
uniform with badges were at Sparks says he had known and confiscated gate receipts aid, fire fighting and happy to assist Hampton in
the scene. Sparks said about the Orlando fight for which amounted to some Raiford RR Depot To Be Razed marksmanship. Griffis will any way possible with

$2,500 to $2,700, Sparks says. also take part in a physical adoption of the codes.

- - - -- -- -- -- "The man who took me by fective October 1 and for the fitness program at the center. Chairman Ted Curtis announced
RAIFORD The Town the ,
I the arm didn't say I was under remove building. He is a 1974 graduate of that the National
months of the
Council of Raiford has been Plans for the construction ofa ensuing year.
arrest or show a badge but he
High School. Guard will do some fill workat
the recipient of a donation In other matters, the
t FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD was very courteous, Sparks masonry municipal the old Hampton dump and
from the Seaboard Coastline building, measuring 35x55 feet council:
t CORNER OF says. Renewed their annual AF CommendationMedal convert it into a recreationarea
Railroad. -
were Monday
he booked
Sparks was ,
says : to Pater as a community service
BROWNLEE & WELDON charged and his bond first set The donation is in the formof night when the council agreedto membership in the Florida
LAS VEGAS An Air Force project.
t the old railroad station League of Cities and approved --
at$1,200, then later reduced to readvertise for bids on the
t At First Assembly! We believe the Bible is the inspiredand $500. Preliminary hearing in depot located in the center of project. The bids on the payment of dues amounting to captain from Keystone
only infallible Aulhoritathe Word of God. The the case is scheduled Oct. 15. town which has been clearedfor building are also to be openedat $82.50 for the year. Heights was decorated with
the U. S. Air Force Commen-
Scriptures, both the Old and New Testaments, are lie is planning to talk to an disposal by railroad of the next regular meeting Clerk Alvarez submittedher dation Medal in recent cere- FFA I'iE'SPig
verbally inspired of God and are the revelation of God attorney about representinghim ficials. November 4. monthly financial report
monies at Nellis AFB, Nev. Scramble Oct. 12 1974
to man the infallible authoritative rule of faith and I in the case. Attorney Richard E. Welty A first attempt to get the indicating the receipt of $1,175in Fair Grounds. Interestedgirls
DanielM. Pater HI
conduct. ((2 Tim. 3:15-17.: ; I Thess. 2:13: 2 Peter 1:21)). "I don't see how they can read a letter from the railroad building project under way state revenue sharing Captain ,
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel! ages 13-17 call 964-7589
the council of the funds.
advising failed September 9 when no
a charge against me
Pater Jr. of by Friday, Oct. 11.
If for Bible Church donation following the valid bids received in Approved payment of all
you are looking a believing come stick. I didn't touch any of the approval were ,
I \isit at "'irstssembly in one of our sen ices dogs. I didn't own any of the of the Public Service response to a previous ad- bills and invoices of record, Heights, was cited for meri-
torious service special Kathy Baker
as a ,
Commission.The vertisement. but deferred payment of the
dogs or fight them.
I Assembly of God Gospel; Hour Sunday 8:35: A.M.: I A Union County friend fed council readily accepted Local building contractor's, amount of $127.90 to the Union projects officer with the Air Reporter

I 11 i'-\F:. I Sparks 40-50 head of dogs and the gift at Monday present at that meeting, County Times. Clerk Alvarez Force Special Communications -
Sunday School 9:45: : A.M.: other assorted animals, goats, night's meeting and promptly complained that bidding said the amount had been Center at Kelly AFB, Scramble.
I :Morning Worship . 11:00: A.I.'outhSl'nlce : I chickens and horses Sparks authorized a call for bids to be requirements with referenceto verified by telephone, but the Tex.He .
. advertised for its demolish- invoice mailed more than a now serves at Nellis witha
\ 6OOP.M.Kvangelistic : : says, after learning he was performance bonds on the (From Page I 1))
Service . . . 7:00: P.M.: jailed in Orlando. ment and removal from its project were to far out of line, week ago from Lake Butler by unit of the U. S. Air Force
WI'II.Oile; Pray er & Bible Study . .7:301'\1.: Sparks says he is con- premises.Call making it prohibitive for the Union County Times had Security Service. Local business, agriculturaland
t sidering cutting down on his for bids will be advertised small contractors to bid. not reached Raiford yet. Bradford,a 1962 graduate civic organizations and
of School
Pastor. Charles Whatley for a period of two A discussion was held on the High
dog breeding due to individuals who have made
received B. S. in 1966
high feed costs. It takes over a weeks, and the sale of the matter of building code U. Disposal. a Tecnological degree In- the 1974 Scramble possible by
I Friday night on Highway 301 in the old Lyman Green 50 pound bag of feed a day to building will be made to the requirements to be imposedon stitute from Georgia and commissionedthe their contributions are: Winn-

Barbeque place the AG.XPK: Coffee (House will open at feed the dogs, and more feed highest bid received. Sealed municipalities and counties (From Page 1) was Officer Dixie Stores, E.I. Dupont de
t 7:00: ) ) P.M.: All young people 10\itl'd.t. for the other animals. It costs bids will be received by the beginning January 1, 1975. same year School through at Lackland Nemours, Owen Joist of

him $500 per month for feed, council until their next Councilman Lee Brailler was $88,988, and Ring Power Cor- Training AFB Tex. Florida, Inc., Florida Bank at

t. _ _ ___ regular meeting to be held appointed to take up the poration for $73,776 both His, wife, is the Starke, Starke Rotary Club,
Monday, November 4. matter with the Board of firms from Jacksonville.The Bradford County Farm
The bids will be opened at 8 County Commissioners and board tentatively accepted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bureau, Bradford-Union
M. Long of Starke,
p.m. on that date, and if an request that the Town of Moody's low bid on a Eugene Cattlemen's Association,
award is made from the bids Raiford be included in the rental purchase plan, subjectto Fla. Farm Credit Service of

received the successful bidder building codes so adopted by the approval and recommendation Gainesville, Florida
Cooper's will be allowed 45 days to the commissioners.Town of a committeewho Myers Finishes Hydrocarbons C., CommunityState
Clerk Kathryn E. is to check out the specifi- Coast Guard Bank, Guaranty Federal
Circuit CourtIn Alvarez reported the receiptof cations on the bids submitted. Recruit Training Savings and Loan Assoc. of
$264 in federal revenue Final approval for purchasewas Sept. 25 Coast Guard. Gainesville National Protein,

sharing funds for the quarter, also made contingentupon Seaman Apprentice MichaelF. Inc., Starke Rotary Club,
SessionSTARKE a substantial increase from approval of the board's Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Starke Elks Club BPOE 1802,
the $74 received in previous loan application.Four John A. Myers of Route 1, Food Fair Stores, and Mr.

Bradford County quarters. Clerk Alvarez said bids were received on Raiford. graduated from Arthur Gaskins, Mr. Dolph
Circuit Court got under way the same amount would be a 15 foot rotary mower. A recruit training at the Coast Reddish, Mr. Vernon Reddish
Monday, October 7, with received for the next three purchase contract was Guard Training Center, Cape and Mr. Jerry Whitehead.
Judge Wayne M. Carlisle quarters.The awarded to R & W Farm May. N.J.

presiding on arraignment council unanimously Equipment of LaCrosse who
Phone 964.8104 agreed to establish the clerk's submitted a low bid of $3,490,

day.William Hall of Hampton, salary at $50 per month, ef- with delivery to be made Bible Hnswers:

2111 North Temple Avenue Starke, Florida charged with burning woods within 45 days. Other bids sub-
had entered of mitted were: Hipp Tractor
a plea not
guilty on June Hall changedhis Illl J Company, Gainesville -
plea to guilty Monday and $3,874> ; Jacksonville TractorCo.
God defines OBEDIENCE with great precision and clarity In
sentenced to two $4,350, and Roberts
Collards 0 probation and fined $100.years Motor & Equipment Co., the book of Deuteronomy. Special attention should be focused

Vegetable Plants CabbageTomatoes 59 Three prisoners, Joseph L IIlI3Wl L :? Gainesville $4,280.In upon three passages:

Tray John Smith, Anthony Lee other actions atTuesday's
the Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you
Martin and meeting,
Norman The Bradford FFA Chapteris commissioners neither shall ye diminish from it, that ye may keep the commandments
Stapleton, pled guilty to selling chances for a dollar : of Jehovah your God which I commend you
Pansies Petunias $109 charges and each man -Adopted a resolution to re-
Annuals was escape sentenced to 18 months. donation on a hind and fore apply for a 701 Federal land (Deut. 4:2): ).

Snaps Calendulas ri Doz.Pyracantha The sentence is to be in ad- quarter of U.S. Choice Beef. use planning grant for Union
God hath
for Ye shall observe to do therefore as Jehovah your
dition to the prison sentencesnow These tickets are to help county. An application submittedlast commanded you: ye shaH not turn aside to the right hand or to
being served. planning funds was
finance the expenses of the the left. (Deut. 5:32): )
Red or Orange Frederick Fortini was Calf Scramble. The more year but funds were not
$19 sentenced to six months ad- available at the time the
Berry tickets you buy, the better What thing soever I command you that shall ye observe to
al.can ditional time for application was approved.At
attempted your chances of winning the the of Alfred do: thou Shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it. (Deut.
escape. request
Mack of the State Divisionof 12:32): )
Stephen Daley, chargedwith beef.For W.

95 assault with intent to your chances on the Civil Defense and Sheriff What Is is that obedience requires doing exactly
East Palatka commit murder entered John Whitehead, Acting Civil
Holly $5 a beef, contact the FFA Ad- what God commands without modification. Israel was warned
of not and Defense Director, the com-
6 Gal., Can plea guilty trial was visors or members, or call against adding or to diminishing from God's commandment,
scheduled for December 9 964-7S89 9645199. missioners approved a
either or of such strict
and in the first of the three verses the purpose
1974. Hurry! The dead line is October community shelter programfor
adherence to the divine command assigned"that ye may
James Adams, charged on 11, 1974: the use of Union county
keep the commandments of Jehovah your God.lVhich is
L- t rum $198 two counts: possession of Bradford Sr. Chapter of citizens during natural dis- of
Igus the
simply to that the only way to keep
Can weapon by state prisoner and ficers will be leaving for asters, such as floods, hurricanes God is to say do exactly as God says without addition or subtrac
assault with intent to and tornadoes.
commit Kansas City, Missouri, October -
diminishes from the divine com-
tion. When one adds to or
murder pled not guilty and 12, for one week at the -Approved the request of mandment and then fulfills the modified version, he has not
trial set for December 9. FFA national convention. Mayor John Shaw for the
kept the commandment of God at all; he has done an he
of not guilty These officers truly earn this county's assistance in gradinga
FALL BULBS were: Bert Johnson, for trip to the convention for road bed and spreading pleases. L.A.M.
aggravated assault; Lewis working hard and doing limerock on 5,000 feet of new
Noe, for breaking and en- everything they can to help streets being planned for Lake
tering,with intent to commit a their chapter become one of Butler. Southaid Church of Christ
felony; Clyde L.. Hall and the best in the state! Approved the monthly

Lawrence Earl Williams, both Last Monday, our chapter operating report for Sep- 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301
for possession of stolen purchased a steer to be shownin tember of the Union Am-

Complete Selection Of property; Jerold Wayne Byrd, the 1975 steer show in the bulance Service, submitted by of Services
for possession of a controlled county fair in April. The steeris Jerry Wilson, Emergency Send questions to. Schedule
substance and Anthony cross-bred and weighs Medical I Technician. Casey A. Carlisle. Sunday
Wayne Lambas, for approximately seven hundred -Approved the Summer Minister .10am. Bible Study
BIRD BATHS & STEPPING STONES possession of narcotic fifty pounds. Recreation Report submittedby Rt 3. Box 58 11) a m. Worship

paraphernalia and possessionof Larry Powell for the period Starke Fla. 6pm., Worship

a controlled substance. Charles Ferguson, Reporter June 24> to September 1.

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