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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 17, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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By secret ballot the Board of Directors of the Bradford t ,

Fair Association voted 9-2 Tuesday night to finalize the J\

Police transferral! of a small tract of fairground property to the :\
1' as Budget Bradford County Farm Bureau for a building. fIn

+ I a special meeting last Friday, called at the request of I

fi Commissioner George Roberts, the Bradford County I

;1 ? Commission requested that the Fair Association board of y;
Cutback Hit directors reconsider the sale, for the token price of $500, of '

i I ,:' the 59 by 115 foot lot which fronts on US-301 between the I

I ', .;, i.It. Y't' i 'X19 county agriculture building and the Florida Highway L
? -,,, Patrol station. Opposition came from local insurance

? .., By Merchants agents Agency.Commissioner Roberts owns Roberts Insurance I it I:


i dki Motion approved by the Fair Association board vas to '

STARKE A petition containing The lack of positive action accept the decision of the committee appointed in 1973 to

the signatures of 53 from the commissioners drewa work with the Farm Bureau Association, that what has
'Starke businessmen was reaction from Ed Green, a
pre-
)4 been done as of Tuesday be approved, and that the matterbe
sented to the Starke City Com- member of the delegation,
twit) aJaFl) ? missioners Tuesday night, who said, "Why do you all finalized. The motion was by retired county agent
I II 'October 15, protesting the keep putting things off? Why George Huggins who is president of the Bradford County

II I *,, w recent cutback in funds and a don't you get these things Farm Bureau and vice-president of the Bradford, Fair
I i reduction in personnel for the settled now? Here's a man Association.A .
II : Starke Police Department. (referring to Lee) who is now

k'' A special meeting of the without a job who's got to wait controversy has raged in larm supplies to make aprofll.
I Safety Committee will be heldon around for a month before you the past 10 days over (the donation .
the problem.Bill (See Page ii: ) or sale of the fairgrounds Push lor.i Farm" Bureau
Wilson, speaking for a property, which is held in building has Peen headed over
delegation of about 12 trust for the people of Bradford the past several years l h>
business men present for the County by the Fair ASSociation Huggins who succeeded this,
meeting requested the rein- AccidentBenefits to a private, profit- year in getting a small parcelof
1'v' : statement of a position in the making organization the. land transferred: l (Irom the
r F police department that had Farm Bureau. The Farm Florida Highway Patrol to the
been lopped off by the com- Bureau is viewed on the one Fair Association par! 01 l the
missioners in an economy hand as a service organization tract originally purch.isrci
She doesn't know it jet. but one of these five Bradford lligh Williams Sheila Mack Beth Chapman, Tina Kelley and move when preparing the new for farmers and on the otheras locally and given the state lora
coeds is the III! Homecoming 'I II t't'll. "From loft: Vickl Karen Reddish. city budget. a private organization farmer's market. Whon the
The Police Department engaged in the sale of insurance Fair Association was, chartered -
budget originally requested AdoptedLAKE tires, batteries, andMairDies much of the land in the.

$165,928 for next year's operation present ag complex was,
*' and reduced to placed in its I trust
was' BUTLER Three'new
HC To Be Crowned"Toni
Queen The highway patrol --.is .r
$151,053 in the budget cutting city ordinances, involving land
of the
process. In addition to the cutback insurance, mobile homes and given out tract tor
station, didn't need all nt l
a it.
"force"
funds the
in was additions to the city were the
reduced by one member. principal subjects under and just last, month gave the/
In Crash .
back to the Fair .' '
final of excess '0
Following adoption consideration by the Lake
the budget on October 1, Butler city council at their ciation. Purchase ot ,uktitional
At Tornado Whirl Police Officer Robert E. Lee regular monthly meeting on Richard Roy Chambers. 22 lands over the years, has,.
became the victim of the October 9. of Raiford. died early Monday green the FA over :HO acresol,
cutback in morning when the car he was properly at the agriculture
5 budget personnel The council adopted an
and was relieved of duty on ordinance providing driving swerved head-on( intoa complex on t'S-301: north
semi-truck on SR-121) in "'oundatlol1as laid"Mlhinhe
STARKE Homecoming The celebration continues Tina Kelley, daughter of Another change has been October 4. coverages for hospitilization, Raiford. ( past 10e1ass00the' ,III) bI.!
festivities, including the Friday afternoon with a !Mr. and !Mrs. M.C. Kelley, made in the competition After hearing members of life, health and accident Chambers, corrections loot Farm Bureau building
annual Tornado Whirl, will parade through downtown Lawtey. between classes for skits and the delegation speak out Com- benefits for city officers and a
the State Prison, after the deed
officer at was signedtransferring
start tonight (Thursday) as Starke in preparation for the Beth Chapman, daughter of floats. Last year competitionwas missioner Harold Epps said, employees. The plan had been was driving a 1972 Pinto whenit the 59! b> I ll.> toot
the Bradford students "I think we ought to put the under consideration for
Mr. eliminated
High Homecoming game Friday and Mrs Albert W. completely ;
crossed the middle line and tract lacing t'S-uoi:!
present "Nostalgia was kingin night against rival Bolles Chapman Raiford. this year there will be placingbut man back in the budget. several weeks, and upon hit the International Tractor At that point Commissioner,
years before But The School from Jacksonville at 8 Karen Reddish, daughter of no cash prizes as in the "If you do, where are you adoption of the ordinance at driven by James Derry of Roberts entered the' picture
Tornadoes were Great in Sheriff and Mrs. Dolph going to get the money to pay Wednesday's meeting will go Jacksonville. Chambers washeadl protesting the sale ol puhlll'propl'l.ty
'74'." pm.Highlighting Whirl actiVities Reddish of Starke. There will be a 25 cents ad- him?" responded Commissioner into effect as soon as em- and
d north SK-121 to a
on private orgnnl-
will be the Vicki of missions to into Jimmy McRae.It ployees are signed up for the
Festivities begin at the tonight Williams daughter charged get the semi was heading south, zation. The Friday meeting I is,.
of the 1974 Homecoming Mr. and !Mrs the Whirl. The will be was first agreed by the .
Bradford Stadium at 7:30: p.m naming Charney money program.Metropolitan both traveling about 33 mph. reported at length bt'lo111('
with the Tornado Whirl. Queen. Williams of Starke. distributed to the classes to commissioners to refer the Life will Derry was charged with Tuesday night meeting of (he
will of skits and merchants request to the handle the insurance programfor
The honor go to one defray expenses on drivers fair board was a two hour
having an improper
five senior BUS coeds: Voting was done October 2, floats. Safety Committee for further the city and premiums will license "what if we do \\hat it we
by the BHS student body after Class princesses for 1974. study, with the committee to be deducted from the salariesof don't" discussion.
Sheila Mack, daughter of the 5 coeds nominated by the both white and black for each report back to the commis- those participating in the Damages estimated to the
Mr. and Mrs Frederic Mackof .seniors. Winner will be an- class are: freshman Sonja sioners at their next meetingon plan. Pinto were around $1.2H( and
Starke. nounced at the Whirl. (See Page 8) November 5. (See Page 8) the truck about $3,000. Fair Hoard
"We have acted in good
faith" Huggins told the fair

-,- Moves Toward board.return of The the deal FHP properly hinged on to
Commission
t Solving DisposalProblemSES the Fair Association. FA
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it:..... .t The Bradford County Com- two proposed locations and Third possibility for the property already made availacres, near the present 16 just east of Camp Blanding. ((41 be acquainted with the
mission got its priorities in advise the board as to their county landfill location is able to Clay County, about 114 garbage dump on State Road This site will\ be operated by situation.

TORNADOWHIRL order at a special meeting suitability.One the Clay County Commission Mac Baldwin, member of
Thursday Night- 7:30p.m. Tuesday night to deal with a under a ten year lease from the FA committee to work on
solid waste disposal problemthat proposed site is Heating Cooling the State Armory Board, withan the land deal, pointed out
BHS STADIUM must be solved by Jan.'I. property at the Keystone Air option to renew for an addi- Tuesday night the original
park which the Keystone
1975. to donate the
Bradford agreement was
tional ten The
Council has let years.
agreed to the
----- John Hedquist, regionalsolid county use jointly with the Bids Let To Aetna commissioners are considering with- property Huggins said to Farm Farm Bureau.Bureau i
Jax to join
waste disposal specialist City of Keystone if Bradford lf a proposal
BHS HOMECOMING with the Department of Pollu- County will agree to do the Clay in the operation of that then decided to forgive the
drawback $200 fair bond plus $95 in-
tion Control regional office. sitethe main
Tornadoes vs. Jacksonville, prodded the covering job for both users. STARKE A $145,996 bid Supt. Temple said Wednesday system up to par has to be being the distance involved in terest, then added a $205()
Bolles Bulldogs board to action by citing a Another possible site is a was awarded Aetna done one step at the time. The hauling garbage to this loca- check "to" make it a nice round
January 1 deadline for getting mined-out area, lying betweenSR Mechanical Contractors of Ceilings in all rooms, except problem is a lot of somewhat tion. figure.
Friday Night, 8 p.m. into compliance with new 225 Lawtey to Kingsley Jacksonville in a special the cafeterias, will\ be loweredso minor things Brown said, not Commission Chairman Baldwin said he resents the
BHS STADIUM state regulations on landfill Lake road) and DuPont offices Bradford school board that the duct work will be one big thing. Ralph Bryan said Tuesday fact that the building founda-
operations. at the Highland Plant meeting Wednesday for concealed and new lightingwill "We've dogged this thing night he was somewhat frus- tion was poured before an
----- Hedquist said a temporary Permission must be obtained heating, cooling, lowering be installed. for two years and we're goingto trated by the 23 pages of new issue was raised, and" resents
operating permit (TOP) must from the State Armory Boardif ceilings, and installing new Bids were also submitted by dog it until we get the regulations regarding the "being threatened. Baldwin
HOMECOMING! DANCE be obtained from the state by this site is used.Cabinet lighting in 33 existing classrooms Able Products Co. $169,050 amount of air we're supposedto operation landills! and said referred to the threatened cut
January 1 and warned, at Southside and Starke Colson Company $149,000, get," Supt Jim Temple the county might have to have off by the commission of the
Music By School Masters and said. He expressed confidencein engineeringadvice $3,000 annual donation and
"We're going to start closing Elementary plus cafe Company some expert
ARCHER BANK some landfills as of that terias at the two schools. $193,319, Slade Gas of Starke George Brown, a local air- before a final decisionwas other support by the County
(National Guard Armory) date" Shop $164,185, and Triest Construc- conditioning contractor. made. Road Department during the
The board agreed its No. 1 The bid allows 60 days for tion of Keystone Heights Brown has been placed in fair."The
Friday October 18 priority must be l finding a Tools StolenAbout completion of the project. The $179,774. charge of maintaining all the "We've got to move fast," (Fair Association)
9:30-: U:30: suitable site for a landfill school board has emphasizedthat The board decided two school equipment, Temple Bryan said. "We've got just committee felt it was givingthe
operation, followed in quick $1,000 worth of power the heating system at weeks ago to ask bids on both said.Brown two months left to get in com- land to a family organization -
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INo( ont under 9th grade) order by a determination of tools were stolen from Southside Elementary, where schools,hoping for a reductionin was employed on a pliance, and here we are in the Baldwin said."Let's .
the most economical and efficient Coleman's Cabinet Shop parents protested their price for a bigger job. The hourly basis with a $5,000 same place we were, after two face it, the Farm
----- method of collecting and Monday night children attending school in bid request was broken downso expenditure originally years of" kicking this thing Bureau Insurance Company is
transporting solid wastes to The store was broken into cold classrooms last year that just one school or just authorized when the board around. a profit making organization.
GOSPEL SINGSaturday that location. through a closed off door that receive first priority.The the heating, if the board had could not afford a mainte- You can buy stock in it.
was nailed closed according desired, could have been nance contract of over $30,000 Anybody can.
Hedquist will be back in the
,Oct 19 to Investigating Deputy school system's 1974-75 accepted. The lump sum bids with a Jacksonville firm. FBLA ClubThe "Had I really and truly
7:30p.nt. county make an today on-site(Thursday inspection) of to Sheriff John Dempsey, budget designated $140,000 for showed little saving, but staff In other action Monday the realized In the beginning, "I
Items that were missing the combined projects. Aetna recommended going ahead board okayed a pay request of 1974-73 F.B.L.A. think I would have objected
Grace Baptist Church include three belt sanders, was low of six bids ranging up with both projects. $18,037 to Allison DistributingCo. chapter is now underway with Baldwin told his fellow fair
Tug Registration two i-inch drill motors, a to $198,000. for work on the operations their new members, and of- board members.
Come Worship With Us skill saw, a tape player, an Included in the projects is In Monday's regular meet- center, bus barn and storagearea ficers. The new officers for "You say it (the land deal)
Correction Asked electric screw driver and a heating and cooling at the two ing, engineer George Brown, at the middle school site. this yeaf are: can be reversed. Do you think
cm --. .. jointer. elementary schools plus who has been working on the The center is nearing completion President, Rhoda Jones; that is fair?" asked Mrs. Alice
Anyone having a Bradford Danny James Ricks was needed electrical capacity, an HVAC system for middle ; in fact Allison was due Vice-President Cindy Gissy; Faye Waters.
I17t (QIommunUy County 1975 license tag arrested two weeks ago for expensive item totaling over school, vo-tech school com- to reach substantial comple Secretary, Tina Kelly; "No, I don't" Baldwin
Stair bearing number 45GK-740 or possesion of stolen property $40,000, to handle the increased plex announced he has tion by Oct. 8, Architect Don Treasurer, Ann Allen; replied. "There is no questionhad
> Sank 45GK-1547 asked to come by He had a 25 horsepower power requirements.Air managed some improvementin Morgan reported. Since tne Reporter, Karen Jackson; it been brought to a vote
the tax collector's office in the Johnson outboard motor that will\ be ducted into the operation. The board board is holding $14,22re- Parliamentarian, Karen that we would have gotten
A..Ne. htd.sl ...... U- courthouse for a corrected was stolen on US-AlA in rooms through the ceiling; it authorized expenditure of tainage on the total $150,012 Powell; Historian Committee approval"
:. registration.The St.Johns County off of a boat.' will not be blown through a another $2,500 for further contract, Supt. Temple -Delores Brown, Susie Griffis, "What would the Farm
Dq.y t. ..C.n.R request is made by Tax The motor was nearly brand hole in the wall as had been Improvements suggested by recommended, and the board Kim Hodges Susan Sapp Bureau do if we vote againstSee

Collector J.R. Kelly. new. discussed to save money, Brown, who said bringing the ,0'voted the pay request. _Laura Thomas ( Page 8)


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ff/te Ailadr Mr. and Mrs w Bennie HHfamily Clyde. Terwillegar Adams spent and Dr.the Stephens Mr. and and Mrs.sons, Freddie Freddie

64.ide l .Savannah Mr WIlliams and Mrs., and Ga.Mack daughter are Williams visiting of and weekend attended in Nashville the VanderbIltJimmy, Tenn. Polo and! Kenny arkeecenUyted, Rick Pratt Marco, and

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Firemen Honored ByJuniorWomen"We Helen Jane LongIs TOBeYI

appreciate you and the Junior Woman's Club was ComplimentedAt "
what you are doing for our in charge of the Observance of r f
community," the Starke Fire Prevention Week. She Bridal ShowerThe
Junior Woman's Club told was assisted by Mrs. Judy ;; J I
some '30 city firemen last Goodowns, president, and Pecan Room of the Gar .;\ ,
Thursday, Oct. 10, at a small Miss Monterey Wasdin. den Restaurant was the \1\ tftt center

party held in the city fire setting for a lovely bridal ; ',. ,i.I..' ........ ; ".",:',...." I
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station. luncheon honoring -\ "C.. .!" ," .{ "IttH." .. .t"..
Three members of the Starke Elementary Miss Helen Saturday Jane Long. .. '_ .,"..,.v.,,.'..,.'... "" .;"":'ii..".wl.,..; ".. 'v(,.:.'."..... I Open 9 To 8 Man Tues, Wed. 9 To 9 Thurs, Frl Sat. 12 To 6 Sunday
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Junior Woman's Club served "
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Guests greeted at .
cake, cookies, coffee, cokes Carnival, Oct. 26 were .. "..,; ..... ". ",::1.'. ''':'
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and hot chocolate to some 30 door by the hostesses, Mrs. H. ",>." .' ,! ,.1 I ]( J[ llffiWD( 'fjD'Starke
H.Adams, Mrs. C. E. Blalock, 71 Fla.
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The Starke Elementary Mrs. J. B. Godwin, Mrs. A. N. SHOPPING .
teers. School annual Halloween Holliday, Mrs. C. E. Hutcheson -
Mrs. Linda of the
Payne Carnival will be held on Mrs. Betty W. Register,
Public Affairs of
Department Saturday, Oct. 26, at 6:30: p.m. and Mrs. K. Sundusadee. ', it'
on the school grounds.A Miss Long was presented "f. .1:1 Beats .
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Junior Officers new attraction, the Moon witha pink carnation corsage, ,k"
Walk, will be featured this and white pompom corsages ,. '\r''vt
Attend SeminarThe year in addition to the many were given to Mrs. Eugene .IIII-> ,I ,
old favorites. Long mother of the bride- :
Woman's Club of Jack- The public is invited to come elect, and to both grand- I
sonville sponsored a District and join in the fun, sponsoredby mothers, Mrs. E. J. Dowlingand As It Swee
IVC.I.P.seminar Wednesday, the Starke ElementarySchool Mrs. E. C. Long. ., ( s.
Oct. 9. The Community Improvement PTA.Birthday. The U-shaped tables were ':
covered with white linen
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Program a

program improve the of citizen quality action of life to in Party cloths centered and with the an head arrangementof table was '." :' !miW:;; <

pink and white mums and
the community. As It Cleans I I
For John
DavidWatterson ,
Attending the seminar and shasta daisies. Silver candel- <,', '. .
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luncheon were Mrs. Charles abras with burning tapers 'rDonna- '\ :,: "
Goodowns president of the highlighted the side tables \
Junior Woman's Club of which held a center garland of (, f.
Starke and Mrs. James K. John David Watterson celebrated greenery interspersed with :. f' /tli-
Smith. his 6th birthday on shasta daisies. ,.. HOOVER (
Friday, Oct. 11, when his Bridal place cards markedthe
Shower parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. seating arrangement for .. .
Given
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Watterson gave a party for the thirty guests. ;
him at their home on Bayless CONVERTIBLE
Miss Long was presentedwith
For Mrs. Mann Highway.The a silver condiment tray Gail Melvin Becomes Bride ; ,
party was held on the by her hostesses as a
AtTheressaMrs. patio where the Halloween memento of the occasion. Of Mr. Tolleson In Brooker Church sta. ;
motif was carried out. Black Out-of-town guests in-
Gloria Mann of Starke and orange balloons and cluded: Mrs. Clifford L. Miss Donna Gail Melvin, Misses Rhonda Harrell and \(1( .
was honored at a stork shower streamers were used in Currie and daughter, Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sandra Edwards served ,tI.i
Oct. 8 given by the ladies of decorating. The refreshmenttable of Lake City, Mrs. Shelley Cecil Melvin of Brooker, bridesmaids. as Ii .
the Hope Baptist Church, had a Halloween: cloth Decker Miss Cheryl Godwin became the bride of Joe C. low dotted Swiss They wore with yel-
Theresa and relatives. and was centered with a birth- and Mrs. John Allen from Tolleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. matching yellow gowns hats and
a\
Centering the refreshmenttable day cake with Halloween Gainesville and Mrs. Dan M. O. C. Tolleson of Lake Butler, carried baskets of /
was a yellow sheet cake decorations and an arrange- Pater,Sr.,Mrs.Dan M. Pater, on Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. in the daisy yellow
decorated with white icing ment of fall flowers. Jr. and Mrs. L. B. Clark of Brooker Baptist Church. Rev. pompoms. ,
and baby shoes. The 14 little guests played Keystone Heights. James L. Temple performedthe Given in marriage by her I t l't l.
Games were played by the games during the party hours Miss Long is the November nuptials. father, the bride wore a white Edge Cleaning SuctionPower I instant t '; :
guests and prizes were and were awarded prizes. 30 bride-elect of Randy Coryof Highlighting the altar were acetate gown trimmed in ; :;
awarded to Lucy Bradley and Mrs. Mark Moody assisted.Homemakers Gainesville. baskets of white gladioli with nylon and rayon lace, long Big Disposable Bag... 11,. .
Linda Mosley.Guests yellow and white pompomsand sleeves with pleated short adjustment tJ
included Mrs. Teen VolunteersGet mums. puffed Juliet style oversleevesand Economical :
Mann's mother, Mrs. Hear Mrs. Tommy Outlaw attached train. Her veil of Two-Speed Motor FOR PILE A '
Newsome and out-of-town MembersThe illusion was secured to a lace : "
New
pianist, and Greg Douglas "," '
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guests were !Mrs. Gloria Fritz Talk On EnergyCharles soloist presented a programof and seed pearl cap. She DEPTH "\, <:>,:
and Mrs. Lynn Newsome, nuptial music. carried a cascade of white ,,
sisters-in-law; Mrs. Alma Teenage Volunteersmade daisy pompoms.A .
Billy Tolleson attended his
Clark her aunt and !Mrs Hutcheson of Clay Halloween tray favors brother best reception was held in the ,
and
as man, :
Linda Mosley. a cousin. Electric Co-op spoke to the for the hospital patients at ushers Melvin and church educational building $5999 .
were Gary .
Starke Homemakers Club last their meeting Thursday night where baskets of yellow and
Thursday on ways to save Oct. 10, at the home of Mrs. Sammy Hallmark. white pompoms were used in
Miss Charlene Melvin
at-
DUPLICATE BRIDGE energy.A Jim Lawson. .
decorating.Mrs.
CLUB: RESULTSMrs. Two new members Teresa tended her sister as maid of .
Kathleen
Bowers and
George Roberts, Jr. committee report was Hobbs and Cindy Williams, honor, wearing a yellow Misses Larie Temple and
and Mrs. J.H. Minesingerwere given on the refreshments were voted into the club. dotted Swiss dress with Kathy Jones presided at the
the winning couple at served Tuesday night Oct. 1, matching yellow hat''She
punch table. Mrs. Dale
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday at the annual meeting of Makes4.0Avg.AtUSF carried a basket of yellow Barrett and Mrs. Pam Rich $999 ToolsNEW .
night. Mrs. F.A. Fountain and Farmer's Mutual. McKnight daisy pompoms. cut the wedding cake. Miss
Mrs. P.A. Johnson were Cassie Shadd kept the bride's
second and Mr. and !Mrs Ed
book. Dolly Harrell stood in
Wainwright were third. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Padgettof
the receiving line and Mrs.
BIRTHSMr. David L. McKnight, of Plant City and Elder Regina Parrish directed the
Starke was among 365 Donald Hazen of Hallandalewill wedding.
Mrs. Merritt Williams students at the University of be weekend guests of Mr. Following
a wedding trip to
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. John E. South Florida in Tampa that and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. Tennessee the couple is
Taylor and daughters in Jack Watson, III, announce the scored a perfect 4.0 during the residing in Brooker.
sonville Monday. birth of a daughter, Janice Summer Quarter recently Mrs. L. N. Pickering and Mrs. Tolleson is employedat
Brooke on Oct. 10 in St. completed at the University.A Miss Dorothy Alvarez were in The Rancher, Inc. in
Plants Luke's Hospital. Maternal total of 850 students made Lakeland Sunday visiting Mr. Gainesville and Mr. Tollesonis
Strawberry grandparents are Dr. and the honor roll, grade averagesof and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and employed with the State of
Winter Annuals !Mrs 11. H. Adams. 3.50 or better. The list of Dr. and Mrs.M. J. Pickering.Tom Florida Department of Trans.
: those students from this area
Vegetable Plants on the honor roll were not and Leslie Johns of portation.
William St. John celebratedhis listed by the news release Macclenny spent the weekend 'r
NOW AT ROSIER'S 20th birthday recently at a from the University. with their grandparents, Mr. Luncheon Given
301 S. WALNUT ST family dinner party. and Mrs. J. W Ritch. cleaning

For Nancy GayAtWinkler SUCTION POWER

SSSS SS S5 S SS SS E SESS E S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S SSi HomeMiss PETS RIGHT UP TO

BASEBOARDS

Nancy Gay, Nov. 23
bride-elect, was complimented

Saturday at given a by luncheon Mrs. HOOVERConstellation

interest Warren Winkler and
high daughter, Miss Denise
I Pratt Winkler Street., at their home on

Miniature arrangements of
yellow daisy pompoms and
baby's breath decorated eachof L
the six tables where the 24
guests were seated. a
Corsages were presented to
THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL GET the. O.honoree Gay and, her grandmothersof mother, Mrs.J. COMPLETE WITH ALL THESE ATTACHMENTS

the bride-elect, Mrs. G. L.
WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNTAT Colgin Keystone Heights, and
Mrs. O. C. Gay of Gainesville. fJt' a. j
The hostesses presentedMiss
GUARANTY FEDERAL. Gay with a serving bowlin
her chosen china pattern as Upholsterv Dusting
a memento of the occasion. Nozzle Brush
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs.S. D. Carpenter and Mrs. g n C /
John Allen of Gainesville and
In times of economic uncertainty It's Importantto Miss June Hardy of Valdosta, Crevice Tool
know that your money 1 II safe, secure and Ga.Mrs.
earning high Interest. Investigate fully before P. T. Nolin and Mrs. 4

you Invest. Stocks, bonds, real estate, even U. S. Arthur Winkler assisted in
Treasury Notes are subject to an element of risk. serving.

I Birthday Party For Double.Stretch
Your safest Investment can be found at Hose Combination
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celebrated his second birthday Telescoping Wand
For more Information drop by or call any of 4' S'vS' Saturday afternoon
Guaranty Federal's five convenient offices, from 5 to 7:30: p.m. when his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. IIIIIII
today.
Freeman Register III, gave a i S
party and hamburger cookoutfor
SAVINGS INFORMATIONType II him and 50 guests Including .. $3999
of Account Win.investment Min.Term Annual Rate Annual Yield parents and children.
Passbook Savings None None 5.25% 5.39% The party was held In the
New CertIficate 1.000 90 days 5.75% 5.92* Register back yard on W.
6.50* 6.72" Madison Street where the
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New Certificate $1,000 2 54 years 6.75% 6.98% Guaranty Winnie-The-Pooh theme was
I. New Certificate 1.000] 4 years 7.50 7.79% carried out in the decorations.The I e Walks On Air No Wheels
Federal I buffet table was covered $ or Runners Follows
WHEN EARNINGS ARE ALLOWED TO COMPOUND DAILY with a WinnietThe-Pooh cloth Effortlessly While You Clean
" A SUBSTANTIAL INTEREST PENALTY IS REQUIRED FOR YWITHSaving.. and Loan Association and centered by the birthday e Powerful Motor Convenient Toe Switch
r. DRAWAL ON CERTIFICATE PLANS. cake. e All Steel
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Diane Yawn Featured P.araonaPe I GannStarling Engagement Told t
:
.[al4LM.K.W _
I' Mr. ana Mrs.. Horace E
In Who's WhoWho's Mrs. Mildred St. John has Gann of Starke announce the
been moved from the Manatee Mrs. Jerome Johns engagement and approaching
County Hospital to the returned last Thursday from marriage of their daughter,
Who Among r Manatee Memorial Convales- St. Vincent's Hospital where Deborah Sue, to Brad
y American High School t cent Home in Bradenton.Mr. Iii'A she underwent surgery. Starling, son of Mr and Mrs.
Z Students honors Laura Dianne Fit ihK i I II Edwin Starling of LawteyA

+a Yawn of Starke, Florida, a and Mrs. Emmett Charlie Parker of Miami February 19 wedding is
'. senior at Bradford High who ijt Perryman, Jr. of Bethlehem, was a Sunday overnight guestof planned in the North Side
was recently notified that she Pa. will arrive Saturday for a Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave. Baptist Church.
is to be featured in the Eighth week's visit with his mother,
Annual Edition of Who's Who Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I { Mrs. J. G. Jackson visited
r; Among American High School ; I Io. Mrs. Bessie Etheridge and Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jacksonville ,
: Students 1973-74, the largest t Miss June Hardy of Val-- Mrs. I la Rain and families of
student award publication in r., dosta State College was home Chiefland the first of the week. guest was of a Sunday her mother.overnight
the nation. for the weekend.
;
Mrs. F. J. Shaw.
Students from over 20,000 Dr and Mrs. R. E. Dopson
;: public, private and parochial Mr. and Mrs Huston Me- and son, Christopher, and Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest x
nigh schools throughout the Clane spent the weekend with and Mrs. Tom Woleshin of
Morrison of Ind.
aWr"Cousin" Indianapolis,
country are recognized for Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane at Jacksonville spent the
'r their leadership in academics, i Jacksonville Beach. weekend at St. Petersburg are spending ten days with
Mrs. Morrison.
Henry
athletics, activities or community Beach attending a Chiropractic -
:. service in the books. Mrs. Henry O'Hara had as X-ray Seminar.
Misses and
Less than 3 percent of the weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. t Jean Mundy
Dianne Yawn L. C. Smith of Dublin, Ga.The Mrs. Gladys Weldon has Sharorj) Shofford of
family was joined on Sundayby returned from a month's visit Tallahassee spent the GANNSTARLINGMr
class
Junior and Senior weekend with Mrs. W B.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbrand of with her son-in-law and
;biJ students nation-wide are Daytona Beach, Mrs. Ruth daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mundy at'Kingsley Lake.
Yo.Jnow awarded this recognition. Thelma Boltln Mrs. Sylvia Reddish
., Frazier of Starke, Mrs. Henry Alogna and family in
and Mrs. Thomas
v, Dianne, the daughter of LilaR. Rogers of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs Mona Canova ,,VV.B.. McKinney presented a Mini Cheshire, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
:: Yawn of Starke and Theron Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs. Pownall of Palm Bay and Dr.
: Local admittances to Mrs. Blair Phares of Winter Florida Folk Festival at Woman's Club meeting."CousirT'Thelma .
and Mrs. Malcolm Pownall ofTallahasseeandtheirfamilies
::: Bradford County Hospital this A. Yawn of Gainesville, is Park. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews James McNeely and daughterin
.
:; week include: Ronald Noegel, presently taking Chemistry, Boltin Presents returned last Tuesday after Lakeland over the weekend.Mr. j
will spend the weekend with
'. Physics, Geometry, Pre- two months vacation in I
Artemus Little
Brown, Earnest Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
their mother Mrs Malcolm t
.' Johns, Thorold Bement, Sr., Calculus, Americanism and vs. were Sunday evening dinner Folk Program AtWoman'sClub Switzerland, N. C. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Pownall, Sr.Strawberry. i
Speech. Hawthorne
Mrs. Sandra Sue Cowart, Communisum guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. were in Sunday
Charles Schmitt, Mrs. Debate. Wilson in Jacksonville. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. O.
Herlong, Mrs. Strick-Lucy She is active in school clubs With "Limber Legs" companied by Mrs. Mona Mrs. Kenneth Johns and Shirley.Mr. Plants t
Ruby the Science Club, dancing the table and folk Canova, sang a group of"folksy"
on a have
including son Leigh Jay, returnedto
; land, Mrs. Helen Mr. and Mrs H. A. Lawson
Murphy,
John Harris Spanish Club, History Club, from song from her heart, "Cousin" songs, "She'll be their home at Fort Sill, and Mrs. F. W. Strick- Winter Annuals \
returned ten
have
: Joseph Brantley, days
Order of the Golden Tongue, Thelma Boltin opened the Coming Round the Moun- Lawton, Okia. after several land spent last week
Mrs. Green and Mrs. with their Bud Plants
Betty visit Vegetable
son,
Marlene National Honor Society and Mini Florida Folk Festival at tain, "Nellie Bly, and "The months visit with her parents, Beach, S. C. and Nashville, t
Smith, Starke Mrs. Lawson, in Marion, N. C. "
; Junior of the Woman's Club of Starke Riddle Song. NOW AT ROSIER'S
Gracie Harris the Academy on Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. Tenn. and attended the UF-
Raiford Mrs.
,
; Sciences. She has also won Wednesday, Oct. 9. "Just fiddlin' around" was Vanderbilt game Saturday. 301 8 WALNUT ST
Nettie Mann and Mrs. Lois Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
W. B. McKinney playing I
awards in Original Oratory at "Cousin' Thelma is Direc- I t'
- - -
Green, Lake Butler Orville Mathews and family of Mait- "
; "Beautiful Dreamer, 1
District Forensics Tournaments tor of the Florida Folk
Brookins and Mrs. Alma land were Saturday and "Spanish Eyes," and"My Old
and also Festival
participatedin at
Roark, Hampton; Mrs. Clara Sunday visitors of their the Stephen Kentucky Home. A folksy
the State Forensics Foster Memorial me Produce
Cook, Lawtey; and Mrs. Tournament in Tampa in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garl Suwannee River at on White song-along with "Cousin"Thelma Bowling Market
Kathy Starling, Graham. Mathews.Mr. \
February, 1974. Springs. Sylvia and W. B.
In addition to having her "Limber Legs" is a toy leading, and Mona plunk in' U. S. 301 .. WEEKEND SPECIAL 964-5364
Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of'
biography published in the whittled from wood and attached out the chords on the pi-ann-y
rhomas of Sherman, Miss. book, Dianne will also com- Jacksonville were Sunday to the end of a 15-inch followed and concluded a truly :..:.. :.................... .... ..e......................1................. ..
last week with her visitors of Mrs. A. E.
spent Florida Festival.
Mini Folk
pete for one of ten scholarship wood handle. The boy's arms Mountain Grown '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick awards of $500.00 to $1,000.00 McKinney.Mr. and legs move in a dance Mrs. Gene Tanner, r
rhomas. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. funded by the publishers and when tapped on the table. president, presided over the CLb'
: and of Kissimmee and Mrs. A. S. Harrison != .
Seley son will be invited participate in "Cousin" Thelma spoke of business meeting during'which Apples Green Peanuts ;
also weekend of returned after ten
Sunday 1
*ere guests the firm's annual "Survey of many superstitions and folk Mrs. Wayne Whiffen, Or
:he Thomas family. days in Atlanta visiting their Mrs. Dudley Hardy, and Mrs.
Achievers. medicines: "Never cut out a
High son-in-law and daughter, Mr. dress on Friday," "Never Huston McClane were Tomatoes 3u>'.$ -| 00 I.
and Mrs. Charles Meyers. walk under a ladder," and welcomed as new members.The ; Vine Ripe( For I

They also attended the "Never forget something and Junior Woman's Club ............................................................................... r
Georgia Tech North Carolina bridge-luncheon was announced
back without
game Saturday. circle go on the ground drawing, making a a for Wednesday, Oct. We Have Fresh Turnips & MustardWe

AA cross and spitting in it." Each 16.The
: Mrs. Pearl Colson returned member and guest was givena club house was beautifully Are All
Open Day Sunday
i Saturday after a week in New decorated with pine cone
McDonald'sPresents Port Rickey where she under black-eye pea to carry in her lilies and of
,
.: went eye surgery in St. Luke's purse for good luck, of wildflowers arrangements were placed on Bread Milk Eggs Etc. . .
course.
;
Eye Clinic. the luncheon tables.
One folk medicine recipe

Mrs. Myrtle Barfield of ("receipt") was to use equal
Columbus, Ga. spent the amounts of honey and olive
weekend with her aunt, Mrs. oil, with one or two cut-up
;
Ewell Lawson. lemons and one whole nut- :
meg; simmer slowly on a #Ioida'j, :d'1flCJ / iIt4 (2j .j
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat wood stove; store in a quart
thews spent last week attending jar containing a spoon for
IL the Florida Savings & ready doctoring when some-
9 Loan League fall conventionat one comes down with the
The Breakers in Palm whooping cough or any other .\
: Beach, and visiting Mr. and cough. She ended her inspiring -
Mrs. Water E. Wilcox in Fort talk by singing with _" = _.._=.,.. _.--.-, ._. ". ,
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Lauderdale. audience participation, ;-
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11 I!I 1 VAN H. PRIEST I I I I returned Mrs. Friday Myrtle from Anderson Merritt q

I Island where she spent ten
I days with her son-in-law and
Starke I daughter, M;'. and Mrs. Edward
: W. Call St. Schwab, and daughter

: Mrs. Anna Smith, who was I irlq. I \ / 1 .
convalescing from surgery.
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I Oel" Mr. and Mrs. Schwab accompanied -
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:;.,. Mrs. Janet Turner cele-
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brated her birthday last

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: on Claire. The family and a few r
friends enjoyed the occasion.
",. Mrs. Turner also celebratedthe
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p"
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/-Marian Mrs. Lester. Crews RegistrationThis First Aid Class Calves, Pigs, Chickens Caught 8th Scramble_ I


visiting relatives in Lakelandlast was STARKE Dust and mud .,... .. d .. ......_.. ..u...,.....
Monday to Thursday.Mrs. ThursdayThursday and young men flew throughthe
air Saturday night as 15

James K. Smith and night is the dead- calves donated by local '
sons visited Mr. and Mrs. line for registration in the businesses found new homes. Y {f 1 A
John G. Sims and son in First Aid course now being The Eighth Annual Calf
Atlanta, Ga. Thursday offered by the Community Scramble drew another huge
through Saturday. Education Program at the crowd to see 4-H and FFA ll 4 .x
Hampton City Hall. boys wrestle the calves into
The 25-hour course is opento submission and drag them r,7
Jack Winters of Miami all ages, and those who from the arena. George ; : Jy
the weekend with his announced the action jt.,
spent complete will receive a certi-- Huggins hf 14v}?
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. ficate. Upon completion of the along with Tommy Reames as N
and Mrs. H. G. Bellinger. basic course, those who takean 10 young men chased the first
additional ten hours of batch of five calves around the
Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Sr. of advance work can be certifiedas arena. I Ii
Midville, Ga. and Mrs. Erma first aid instructors. Wearing football helmetsfor i
Netherland of Louisville Ga. Teachers may obtain service protection, contestants ran I him Catching a greasy pig Is one thing, but getting him in the

were weekend guests of Mr. points by attending the through the sod leaping sack is another.the .
and Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Jr. course. aboard the 400 pound animals I Iq
of Lake
Hazen Butlerwon
Fourteen persons have and mostly biting the dust S. r' _ event. Doyle Class for
Mrs. Russell Wood of already enrolled in the course, during the first few minutes of Overall high point winner ofthe Jack Benny men
underwent the scramble.But at.rsr r horseshow was Allegra over 39. Ovida Worrell of
Lawtey
surgery which is taught by Red Cross Powder
last week in Baptist Memorial instructor Bill Shearon. as the minutes ticked Saunders. Mrs. Saunders wona Alachua won Puff
Hospital. Persons wishing to enroll in away and the calves began to !' ., r... pole bending race against Class for women between 20
the course may come to the tire, half of the contestantstook :J!! '., } W Walter Parrish who tied her and 38 years of age. Dicky
Drew Reddish was on a Hampton City Hall tonight hold of the animals and "'::\.'', ..'. for the most points for the Hazen, 13, of Lake Butler won
DuPont held for dear life. Head- .J III", of the evening. Junior Boys. Tina Taylor, 18,
business trip to the (Thursday) at 7:30.: on ,. ,",'., events
Pigments plant in Newark, N. locks and tail holds were the Riders in eight events of Green Cove Springs won
-------------- ...A'. steeds throughfour girls. John Allen Royal,
junior
J. last Tuesday to Sunday. order of the evening.The I: : ',', coaxed their
ABSENTEE BALLOTS innocent animals t ..... .< ., ,,, formations clover leaf, 12, of Macclenny won small
(Friends of Mrs. Myrtle An- Absentee ballots are now quickly learned that their air ;..; '. arena race, Texas Barrel fry and Randy Connor, 10. of
derson will regret to learn of available in Office of Super- supply would be determinedby :" ,." Weave and pole bending Starke won Pony Class.
the death of her brother, visor of Elections. Deadline the young man hanging v during the contest.
i
HowardShelldrake. in Crystal Monday, Nov. 4 at 5 p.m. around their necks. Some sub- ; Mrs. Saunders of Lake Strawberry Plants

Heights, Pa. on (Friday. Oct. --------------. mitted to the rope halter more __ } Butler won the Gracie Allen
11 readily than others and then class for women over 39 and Winter Annuals

Clocks Go Back the tough job of getting them Getting a rope around a calf's neck is one thing.Getting him out of the arena, the final step in Parrish of in Lake the senior Butler class took Vegetable PlantsNOW
out of the arena began. top honors
claiming the animal,is quite another, as any young calf scrambler can attest.
4t !. Arm-chair quarterbacks over 17 contestants ranging AT ROSIER'S
On October 27 full of good advice, shouted from 20 to 34 years of age. 301 S. WALNUT ST
instructions from all over the scramble the audience ownership of a fine animal to When the dust settled, 15 -
place. Twist that tail, walk relaxed while children from 7 begin their herds. proud new owners had poooopooooooooooooooooooooooooocDAY
Switching back to Eastern beside 'em don't pull from the to 9 years old tried to catch After a short delay while the removed calves from the CARE
Standard Time on the last front, pull from the front, some foxy chickens. Quickness final five calves were driven Bradford County Fair
Sunday in October will cost came the screams of well- and speed i were the intothe arena the race was on. Grounds. They were: Timmy CENTER 3.
the nation more than 12 wishes and relatives. necessary attributes as It was muscle and skill Bryan, Harvey P. FaulknerJr.
million barrels of oil duringthe Five of the first 10 contes- chickens darted this way and against the frightened ., Steven Starling Frankie ,! FROM ARM BABIES
four months it will be in tants took home the first five that leaving children sprawl strength of the animals whodidn't Blackburn. Otis Starling, ,l. TO SCHOOL AGE f H A? !
effect. calves and the next 10 contes- ing with hands extended and know what great Clarence Melton Jr., Mark
A Senate Commerce Com- tants entered the arena for mouths filled with dust treatment they will receive Reddish Barry Watts, Victor CONSTANT CARE-
mittee report has estimatedthat under the care of their new Clemons, Tom Tatum, James
........ 2 BALANCED SNACKS
Ask the nation saved that owners. Geiger, Joe Lazenby Donald
much oil last year by stayingon Highlight of the final Hamilton Jr., James Livingston NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
Daylight Savings Time scramble was an accidental and Lawrence Patrick.
Charley rl year around. In view of a opportunity for some unauthorized Judges for the calf scramble REASONABLE RATES
more plentiful supply of oil for calf catching by under the direction of Harold
E. this winter the committee spectators.One Davis were Ralph Bryan, WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE.

recommended the switch to of the critters broke (Fred Barker, Dudley Hardy THEIR PROBLEMS /I
Johns standard time for this year. through the east fence and ran and Elzie Sanders. ( )
The Senate passed the toward the railroad tracks. Another good performancewas Greater Bethlehem Free '. '
measure by a voice vote on Several alert cattle handlers turned out by riders in the =.
About This Question September 30 to the pre- ti raced to catch the calf and horse show which followed the Will Baptist Church -7;
viously approved House bill quickly captured the animal. calf scramble Saturday night. 964-5136 .4t. /
which provides that the nation w Completely surrounded i the Tommy Reames, roping club 1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR
"New: package policies are will revert to standard time on calf was led back into the president said riders came FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964S866aOOOOOOQQOQOOQOOOOQOOQGOQOOOOOod"'

appearing for offices, Sunday October 27, by settingthe arena. Irom all around to perform in

retailers and nation clock will back remain one hour on stan-The t a ,

wholesalers. They dard time for four months,

combine theft, public until Sunday, Feburary 23, J[ STA.LISHD 1-
when clocks will again be set ; ..
liability, and a great
B I.c.o&
forward one hour and the : .
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number of optional nation will remain on Daylight ." 1t\\
coverages with broad Savings Time for the next

fire coverage-at a 10 eight months. \ \})
Year round DST came in for
per cent to 20 per cent some severe criticism last

premium saving. Does year from parents of school

the Charley E. Johns meet children school who buses were required in the pre-to !ii"! ,: !" "... I11S1r

Agency invite business dawn darkness hour during

firms to consult about November December With a squeal of terror this pig tries mightily to get away

these "new package January expected and February.The approval. of from what w ill turn out to be a good home. rl 1f j1( 1tIrIff S

policies? President Gerald Ford is still
their chance while the first Next the experts entered the }
pending on the Senate and round losers rested for grounds as children 10 to 12 ___
House approved time another chance which would years old chased down a dozen '
Charley E. measure. come later. chickens. Both groups were ?Ott Altltttte1Z4a'Zi

Five more calves were allowed the option of keepingthe !
JOHNS AGENCY FOR SALE: File boxes herded into the arena and it chicken or trading it in fora
guides and cards. was "on your mark, get set," crisp dollar bill. COME IN AND CHECK THE SAVINGS I
131 SO.WALNUT ST. Everything need for and the dirt flew again with Most took the
you money. 128 S. Walnut St. !
PHONE 964-5O7O fixing a filing system. All five more winners. Then came the greasy YOIl'IJ tI'!

for sale at The Office Shop. Following the second calf grimy, crowd pleasing pig Starke, Florida ANCHOR"....,. ..NOChIN,. -..!.;".;=
.... scramble. Lovely little ladies COOKIE
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grabbed up a tow sack '39"0' more st. ,
each and began the pursuit of ..Cpalr'd;:: ,, i.:,
\a five little squeeling, oily pigs.It GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
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'h Howsc judges scattered the hand full
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Two of the girls pounced on Avocado' H.,..., Gold whilesupply 4 .J I'StO
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HobbysSomething one of the pigs at once with ti- .4 .
only the tip of his snout visible lasts \....,',. 000'
and shrill squeeling the only ee e e o
sound audible. Some said it
for everyone 8 to 80 was the piggy some said it ESTABLISHED 1904
was the girls. B
When the last pig enteredthe
Molds of all kind Electric Trains sack unwillingly, of 100.. ruwrut.tw..n..

course the time had come for \
the final calf scramble of the
Air Crafts Craft Supplies Art Supplies evening.The 36AI _
10 young men who had 30" DELUXE llhi 0
failed to claim a calf during
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Commission regulations,
Sales Receipts Amounting To $10 ambulance specifications, and MMl't
procedures for obtaining State '
and Federal UNOEICOUNTIK ('
grant monies. 30" ELECTRIC SURFACE UNIT
Speakers will include the DISHWASHER
Featuring Free Lance Artist director of 37 Wt (Above)
new H.E W 's (tight) .. Infinite heat contrail
Division of Emergency Soft food db our Silverware bo.kot Plug-in' Calved unit,.
Medical Services, Dr David Dual detergent Coppertone. WhHdupenier .. MUV All railed lon'al. in $ 95
Boyd, and a representative Auto timer central Avocado.Gold Narv..t A. cado platform. Ha",... 99Vn
from the Federal Oald
Bob Stearn Communications WI GUAHANTEI

Commission 26995 SATISFACTION
Sam McConoughey.

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OBITUARIESMrs. Zoning Aid Bradford Hope GroupsOf Farm Bureau Sets .k

Ethel Woods "

Is OfferedBROOKER r t A.A. Are CooperatingThe Annual Meet Oct. ;
Mrs. Ethel Woods, 81, of 1 9
Starke died ----- ----- -- - -
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Thursday, Oct. 10, Bradford Group of friendships were renewed, (
in the Bradford County City officials Alcoholics Anonymous had 36 new friends made, and all A drive for the sale of certificates cates in denominations of
Hospital.Mrs. listened, asked questions, but w I men and women attending told, it was "old home week," bearing eight per cent $100, bearing eight per cent
Woods was born in took no official action when their regular meeting like a family reunion, for mostof interest, will be launched at interest. ,
Virginia on Nov. 1, 1892. She they met Monday night with Thursday night, Oct. 10. This those present.On the Bradford County Farm The Bradford County Farm )
was the widow of the late Leo members of the Bradford number included Sunday night, Oct. 13, Bureau annual meeting at the Bureau has a current memo
Woods. There are no surviving County Zoning Board to 14 men from approximately the- the Bradford Group broughtthe Starke State Farmers Market bership of 621 farm' families.

relatives. discuss methods zoning and r ht4 rnf.l Lawtey Work Release Center, meeting for the HOPE Saturday, Oct. 19. Huggins said there has been a
Services were held Saturday building code administration. i and five visitors from the Group at UCI. Three speaker G. T. Huggins, Farm continuous gain in member-
afternoon, Oct. 12, at County Zoning Director Keystone Heights Group. The from the Bradford Group Bureau president, said that a ship over the past ten years.
graveside in Brown Cemetery L.M. Gaines told the group other 17 persons attendingwere shared their experience, chicken pilau supper will. start
with Rev. J. M. Keene offi that the county office would from the Starke and strength and hope with the at 5 p.m. for members Probe Set In
ciating. assist with administering a Bradford County area. HOPE Group, which had families and guests, followedby
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral zoning and building code for i 1r I The Bradford Group expresses brought the meeting for the a brief business session Death Of WomenLAKE
Home was in charge of Brooker if the city wishes. He l. )i' 41;? AI i appreciation to each Bradford Group on Thursday when a new slater of FB

arrangements. explained that a fee of $782 hr-- and every one of these night, Oct. 3. This two-way directors will be elected. The
would be charged annually for visitors, and invites them to communication is helping pilau will be cooked in big BUTLER A Union

Mrs. Millie TrislerMrs. this service. Barry Firth PromotedTo become regular members if both groups considerably in iron wash pots at the market, County Grand Jury will
Brooker has taken no firm they have a problem with understanding each others'special and the Farm Bureau wives convene Monday, October 28,
steps toward adoption of a alcohol. problems and situations will supplement the feast with for the purpose of hearing
Millie Jane Trisler, 49, zoning and building code, but Lt. (J.G.) Sept. 23 Seven persons attended the ,and is showing how to do covered dishes of salads, pies, witnesses and considering
of Hampton, died at her resi like all Florida towns and closed meeting last Friday something constructive about cakes, and other "trim. evidence into circumstances

dence early Thursday morning cities, must adopt a building E. Firth blue with gold stripes was night. The closed meetingsare those problems. mings." surrounding the disap-
Oct. 10, following a brief code by January 1 in order to promoted Barry from Ensign, to was Lt. served.Lt. held each Friday and are Anyone desiring to contactthe The foundation for the new pearance and subsequentdeath

illness. continue participating in state (J.G.) on September 23rd at Firth is the son of Mr. & for anyone who thinks he or Bradford Group of A. A. Farm Bureau office has of Mrs. Jacqueline
Mrs. Trisler was born in revenue sharing funds. can do so by looking in the Joanna Smith of Providence.The .
Corpus Christie, Texas Naval Mrs. Robert Firth of Starke. she may have a problem with already been poured on a site
Garden City, Indiana, on Feb. Further discussion of the Air Station.Lt. alcohol, and who has a desireto classified section of this news at the fairgrounds, recently mother.of three young
11, 1925. She had lived in zoning and building code Firth is assigned Base stop drinking whereas the paper. Phones, 964-5148 or 964- deeded to the FB by the children failed to return home I
Hampton for the matters is expected at the as 7959. from work in Gainesville on .
past seven Pilot and Public Affairs Officer open meetings each Thursday Bradford County Fair Asso i
years after coming to Starke November council meeting. at Corpus Christi. y ScoutingNews night are for anyone interested ------ ciation. Huggins said the August 23. Her decapitated [
in 1962. She was a member of Following the promotion in the disease of Be yourself. Who else is building would cost approximately and partially dismembered
the Church of the First Born. St.lIark'sEpiscopal ceremony, Lt. Firth's staff in I alcoholism.On better qualifiedFrank ? $20,000 and will! be body was found September 1 .I.
Survivors include her in the Santa Fe River, just a ,
financed certifintion
the Public Affairs Office sur- Saturday, October 12, J. Giblin"lUerger by selling -
husband Ralph E. Trisler few miles from her home.
the HOPE of Alcoholics
prised him with a party during by Carolyn Eaves Group
Hampton; one son: Forrest Church Anonymous, located at the Raymond Stone, a farm 11
which he
was presented with 984.6812 Applic Filed tl
Trisler of Hampton; two Union Correctional Institutionat worker who resided at the 1
shoulder boards
daughters: Bonnie Trisler and new denoting Smith home, disappeared on !\|
Sunday, Oct. 20 8:30: a.m. his new rank. The base C.O. Cadette Troop 520 started Raiford, held its 29th Group
Marian Trisler, both of Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. and Executive Officer attended meeting a few weeks ago and Anniversary,from 3 till 9 p.m. For Guaranty ]Federal[ and the same date the as issuance Mrs. Smith.of
Hampton; two brothers: Fred Following a
Clem of Tampa, and Williams Church School; 11:00: am. and a cake frosted in the scouts are working on the Three hundred visitors from nation wide alert by Sheriff I
Eucharist. all over Florida were present, j
Clem of Frankfort, Indiana; Holy Good Grooming badge. Last Orlando First Federal 0>If Sarasotashould John Whitehead for Stone '
Jackson
Thursday, Oct. 24-3:30: p.m. week they met with Mrs. including ,
two sisters: Mrs. Jennie Wil- wanted for questioning in the ,p,
SERVICMEN ville, St. Fort Lau-
' Junior Choir Practice 7:30 Augustine,
; : Betty Stevens, cosmotology benefit the housing
kerson of Columbus Indiana, derdale B.F. Mizell,Jr.,president of case, Stone was returned to
Senior Choir and Palatka. Men
p.m. practice. instructor at the Vo-Tech in this area perhapsmore '
. and Mrs. JoEllen Salkeld of Guaranty Federal Savingsand industry Florida from Missouri where
and from other institutions
women -
. Seymour, Indiana. PFC Stephen Gay Center. The Cadettes enjoyeda Loan Association of than any single action he was apprehended following I
in Florida also
The body was sent to Mar- On Duty In N.C. tour of the classrooms and were Gainesville, and -George K. ever taken by Guaranty a traffic accident there. PBible
((31tP6' present.
tinsville, Indiana for funeral 43c Oct. 2 Marine PFC Stephen especially the chairs and Five speakers were heard Page, president of First Federal. I.
? We
services and burial. DeWitt C. QJilt61CQ W. Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs. mirrors right girls and before an audience of Federal Savings& Loan Association ]
the time approximately -
.. Jones Funeral Home was in pcQ Harold L. Gay,and husband of really appreciate 400 anda of Sarasota, have I
Mrs. persons
effort us by Rnswers
charge of local services. the former Miss Julia M. given baked ham dinner with all announced that an application :
Stevens. Thanks again, Betty.
: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::: Dixion of 614 N. Lake St., all of The demonstrations of hair, the trimmings, was served at for and merger of these two
:: Sunday Sunday School, Starke, lor duty at savings loan associationshas
reported face and nail care were fun 7 p.m. A beautifully decorated WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED? 1
,
r: 1 Card Of Thanks 1 i 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat the Marine Corps Air Station and three Cadettes looked anniversary cake completedthe been filed with and subject 1I I
11 o'clock, sermon: "The New River,Jacksonville, N.C.A As to the approval of the
, :: ............ ......................... ; great. meal. is customary at Federal Home Never has the above question been so important to one who
Loan Bank
:c ."'...,.m:;::".;X:..... ..,................. One Thing You Need"; former student of Brad Cadettes who attended A. A. group anniversaries, old Board. realizes his destiny as a sinner. Never has the answer been so I
Church Training, 6:15: ford High School, Starke, he __
; visited the ----------- '
. Neyati Day Camp important as when it comes from the word of God and gives
: Dean Alan Brown who passed Evening Worship at 7:30: joined the Marine Corps in of Purpose of the merger, I
nursery at the University the hope of eternal life. The answer involved something each
: sermon: "When JesusRefused" November of 1973. SERVICEMEN to and Mizell
. away October 18, 1972: Florida last Thursday. They according Page one must do to be saved --
---------
i Two Years Have Passed .... ----- is to wed a traditionallycapitalsurplus
were completing If you are an alien sinner -- one who has never known
t Since You Did Leave. Monday 102nd Annual :Man-Wife Team area ,
for the Plant.
God
requirements covenant relationship with -- one who has never obtainedthe
, Our Hearts Are Sad Session New River Baptist SENIORCITIZENS Laurie Serving In ThailandU.S. Sarasota with a traditionally
Kingdom badge. forgiveness of sins from God you MUST:
;; And We All Still Grieve. Assn., at Gadara Baptist Mullins and I are leaders for AIR FORCES, capital-deficit area, North 1. HEAR the gospel (Mark 16:15: ; Rom. 1:16: ; 10:171.: )
Thailand Udorn Thai
Church, 3:30: p.m.; Evening these girls in the 7th, 8th, and Royal the Central Florida. The merger 2. BELIEVE the gospel (Mark 16:16: ; Acts 16:30: 31; Heb.
Thailand is
--Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Session 7 o'clock; Girl'sEnsemble 9th grades. At the present AFB, new would mean that the resulting 11:6): ).

Brown, Jr. and Family. 6:30: p.m.; Youth time we have 20 super girls.A assignment Force husband for and a wife U.S.team Air, association would have assetsin 3. REPENT of all sins (Luke 13:3: ; Acts 2:38: ; 3:19: ; 17:30): ).
Choir Practice, 7 of $545 million the
1tchg 10/17 p.m. big thank you to the Technical excess 4. CONFESS Christ as the Son of God (Matt. 10:32: ; Acts
Sergeant TommyH.
Junior Choir
Tuesday announcement said.
Dr. Robert McManus and volunteers for the "TentDrive" and Staff BonnieK. 8:37: ; Romans 10:9.: 10))
Practice 3:20 New Sergeant
FOR SALE : p.m. ; paraprofessionals, Waldo for Gateway Girl Raulerson. Guaranty Federal would 5. BE BAPTIZED for the remission of sins (Matt. 18:18-20: ;
Guide Lettering Stickers Madison River Baptist street Assn. at Wood and Gaston Cooke from Scout Council. They were Tommy,son of Mr. and Mrs. become a division of First Acts2:38: ;22:16: ; I Peter 3:21: ; Rom. 6:3: ,4; Gal. 3:26.: 27)).

stencils and templates. At Church, Afternoon Session Baptist Santa Fe Junior College, Lucile Godwin Virginia Saniel B. Raulerson, Rt. 1, Federal of Sarasota and would If you are a backslider -. one who has been a Christian but
The Office Shop.Brown 3:30( Session attended our last meeting. Dr. Darby J.E. Tomlinson, Pat Starke previously served at have an advisory board who has turned again to the practice of sin -- one who has
Evening at
6:30: p.m..; McManus outlined part of the Spengler, Lucille Payne, and Tyndall AFB, Fla. He composed of the present boardof openly violated and transgressed God's will, you MUST:
: p.m.Wednesday "Senior Citizen College J.E. Denmark.By graduated in 1961 from directors, two of whom 1. REPENT of those sins (Acts 8:22: ; Rev. 2:5: ; 2 Pet. 3.9))
Spotsin Family Night Project," noncredit scheduled next week we hope to Bradford High School. would also serve on the main 2. CONFESS the sins(11 I John 1:9.: 10;2:2: ;James 5:16): )
Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School classes in which senior have all scout troops ready to Bonnie is the daughter of board of directors of First 3. PRAY for forgiveness (James 5:16: ; Matt 6:12: ; Acts
Workers Mtg., R.A., G.A.,
Acteens World Friends citizens can participate start, and a list of all leaders.'.'-'Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Federal of Sarasota. The 8:22): )
1
These classes are free, either present officers of
Christiansen of 3255 E. Guaranty
Your Lawn? Mission"Hour of Friends Power";, 6:45 7:30:: p.m.p.m.;; by going to Santa Fe Collegeor Avenue R, Palmdale, Calif., Federal will be officers of the Southaide; Church of Christ:
teachers will come to CEMETERY: WORKINGAT Guaranty Federal
and division,
Call 9645745For Church Choir, 8:15: was previously assignedat
p.m. Starke to fulfil classes of BEUI.AII CHURCH Lackland AFB, Tex. She is and there will be no changes in
FREE Inspection Visitation Thursday 9:30: Inspiration a.m. Music and particular interest. There will be a working of a 1966 graduate of Banning management of the Starke 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301
; ;
Makers Choir 3:20: These classes are open to all the Beulah Church (old cemetery High School, Wilmington, and Keystone Heights
8 Estimates ; p.m. citizens in our community, ) Saturday, Oct. 26. branches.
Visitation Calif. Send Schedule of Services
7:00: questions to
p.m. age 60 years and over. You The gate to Turkey Trot The sergeants are inventorymanagement Mizell said that First i asey A Carlisle Sunday
Ben need not be a club member to Road, off State Road 21, just specialists Federal of Sarasota is "a very Minister 10a m Bible Study
lOAIONr Bryant, Pastor receive these educational and fine well and well
managed
of Black Creek
north Bridge
assigned to the 4;?->A Supply Rt 3. Box 58 1 Ham Worship
'' ------ philosophical benefits. Those near the church, will be organized association with an
r E$1 open Squadron a unit of ti. Pacific Starke. Fla 6 p m Worship
The fellow who keeps people in Bradford County from 7:30: to 9 a.m. Air Forces. excellent 'track record' He
who are interested call also stated that this move
may
I yvCoNTtbLWMKU saying and no two
me, Joe Kerrigan at 473-4413,
ways about it"is a bachelor.
or write or come to one of
In our
Bill Copeland
I Saraiota F la.. Journal meetings. This is a great opportunity I Open
Professional Pest Control you should not miss.It 617 N, Norman's Farm

UnderGraduate You can't take a crash is all yours for the asking Mon Sat
in and the effort to meet for a -
Entomoloqists course Shirley MacLaine serenity. few hours every week. These Temple Ave.

---- people are willing to serve and Produce Market 8:30: 7:00: P.M.Perrets .
help you. It may put a little
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-- along folks.

Last Call. Don't Wait. Our club received an invi-
GreenPeanuts
tation from Francis Meng of Phonc9646O71Opening

Plant Now: Hampton to partake of a Farm FreshMilk
covered dish supper, see a
movie, "We've Come of Age,"
Vegetable 1 Plants 49 and meet and hear Mr.

Fortuna secretary to Mayor Special
Favorite Varieties I Reg. 69. Tray While They Last Tansler of Jacksonville. This ;

event will take place at
St.Edward's Catholic Church $ 39 25c
Price 100% Organic parish hall in Starke at 6 p.m. ] Thurs Fri. & Sat Lb.
Sunday. All we have to do is Gal.
bring a good appetite. There
\
Reduced Garden will be plenty of food, accord YellowCorn
ing to Rev. James Cregan.
Fertilizer Visitors to our club were Carl Vine Ripe
and Helen McManus of All Variety
RyeGrass With Bradenton (former members \
Minors whom we hadn't seen in many /
seed 50 Lb, Baa. years) and Kenneth McConnell Tomatoes
$479 and Mr. O'Sullivan. Onions
NoW 25% Senior Citizen Lewis Smith 9Dc Doz.

Only\ 41C Organic attended the Rotary Club
3 luncheon on Oct. 9. He was
5015. J 50 Lb. gag $419t introduced as Father 29clb.

] Cregan's Rotary. guest. Thank you, 15clb. .

The 8th wedding anniver- .
sary was celebrated by
singing "I Love You Truly" to
Houston Driscoll and his '''

WNMOWERS lovely wife, Marian. Bananas ;
Election of officers will be .
held November 26 for the year .f" Honeydew
1975. The procedure will be

Authorized Fall Sale! nominations from the floor Lb. \ ..... )
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and voting members choice by 10C

simple majority. \ :\\'sTI
39c
Prices Petitions against the .
-In\ proposed 20 cents increase per
..Specg'trade gallon on gasoline were sent to ;, Ex Large
Fresh
: \ Rep. Don Fuqua,and Senators Farm .
Lawton Chiles and Ed Gur-
(.
k Catcher W Greens Crisp Green
Free Grass With ney.Don't forget our "Funny

Hats" Halloween Party and
Eggs
Some Choose & Buy covered dish lunch on October Mustards Cucumbers
22. All members are asked to 59c '. "
bring their own plate, cup, All Variety Collards Bunch

Now knife, fork, and spoon. The .
J hall will be open at 11:30: a.m. 15cApples 3
I* Prices Will Probably Be Much Higher Next Year Only One Of Grace before meal will be Turnips '.

Some Models Hurry In Today said by Bill Richards and -
we'll eat at 12 noon.
I folks. GARDENCENTER We are highly elated by the Green Cabbage 10 For
I interest of the many organiza-
'. Est tions which are working to r.

1110L 539 East can Si. Sincere bring aid thanks and comfort to all. In to unity us. 19C A Complete Line Off Fruits & "* ; 25C ,

f. there Is strength. Lb.
PH. 964-5745 Wholesale
Vegetables Retail
-Joe Kerrigan ,

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II LEGALSNOTICE BROOKER IN BRIEF By Jeannette Prescott .1

1
WTEY"By and Mrs. Eva Harrell spent
OF INTENTIONTO Hon George H. Pierce, P. O. SCHOOL NEWS followed by a demonstrationof OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS last weekend with their child-

REGISTERFiCTITIOUS Drawer 1030, Starka Florida, Elizabeth Last week Tuesday, after a the fire truck. Dorothy Truett, Oct. 10i; ren, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Land
NAME 32091, and file the original with Terry fire drill, all students heard a On Thursday, the Divisionof Ebsen Parrish, Oct 10; Ann and family of Pensacola, and
the clerk of the above styled presentation given by the Forestry presented a Truett, Oct. 17.PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery and
his Mrs.
weekend with wife
Pursuant to Section 86509 court on or before October 24th, CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Brooker Volunteer Fire Dept program on forest fires, in- family of Qunicy.
Florida 1974 otherwise CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday Roberts, and their sons. Chief Pierce and cluding a film for Grades K-4. Mrs.
Statutes, notica.\ here- : judgment may George Barry's sisters Jewel
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick-
.' by given that the undersignedSue be entered against you for the School 10 a.m. Worship Ser DeRitch Green. This being After the presentation, the Mrs. Amanda Lewis was and Roberta, of Wauchula,
I Fowler, Star relief demanded in the complaintor vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. land and Mrs. Mazie Brown, National Fire Prevention students were thrilled to meet released from intensive/ care were visiting the Barrys last
Hampton Florida 32044 Route petition. YPE and Prayer Meeting, of Lythia, and Mrs. Nellie Week, the students were in- Smokey the Bear in person. last Saturday, but is still in the Sunday.
doing
t I business under the firm name of WITNESS my hand and the 7:30 p.m, Saturday night. Parrish and granddaughter, formed of the danger of fire, Many items are still neededfor hospital If everything goes Mrs. Eva IJarrell's brother,
STARKE ROOFING CO.", Star seal of said Court on September17th FAITH BAPTIST CHUR Pattie of Maxville visited her how to prevent it, and what to the Halloween Carnival well, her family expects her J.E. Edwards'of Salt Springs
Route, Hampton Florida 32044, 1974. CII: Radio Pro ram over in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. do in case of fire. This was such as chicken pilau, pies, release in a few days. is a patient in the Gainesville
intends to said fictitiousname WPXE Starke 8 a.rn. Sunday.. Anders, Saturday afternoon. .. sweet shop items, and thingsfor Mr and Mrs. L.R. Chesserof V.A. Hospital.
register
under the Gilbert S. BrownAs Bible School 10 a.m\ Worship Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore, the country store. If you Alachua were visiting Mr.
aforesaid statute. provisions of Clerk of said Court Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: Jr., and family of Miami can donate any of these items and Mrs. Pitt Baxter recently.Mrs. .

Sue Fowler, sole owner. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs p.m. School on Bible Doctrine were Tuesday overnight NEWS\ ABOUT please send a note or call the Betty Stokes and FREE
Deputy Clerk Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome. guests of their parents Mr. school office. School will be daughters, of Haines City
Dated this 25th day of 9/264t 10/17 Prayer meeting and Mrs. Fred Moore, Sr., on dismissed early today at 1 were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

September, A. D. 1974 at Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible their way from Henderson- SERVICE MEN p.m. Report cards will also be Pitt Baxter last Sunday.Mr. HORSE
Stark. Florida. I Study. ville, N. C. to Miami. sent home today and Mrs Lloyd Barry
9/2641 10/17 GRACE UNITED METHODIST Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
I will nut be responsible for CIIURCII: Sunday Arlie Dobbs regret to learn F" TO BE GIVEN AWAY
I any debts made by anyone other that their brother, Clarence
School 9:45: a.m. Worship SKI./ Listen Lawton
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF than myself. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Dobbs of Sanderson was a Re-Enlists In AF DeWitt C. Jones Sat. Oct. 19
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Choir Practice 7 p.m and parient in St. Vincent's Oct 1- Air Force Technical
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR -Joe L. Reynolds United Methodist Fellowship Hospital,Jacksonville. He hada Sergeant Liston M. Lawton,
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL 10/17 2tp 10/24 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. stroke in his eye and was whose wife Palm is the daughter Funeral Home 7:00 P.M.
ACTION. CASE NO. 74249.IN HOMECOMING DAY will able to come home on of Mr. John Diggs of Route :

be observed at the church on Tuesday.Mr. V2, Starke has re-enlisted for i
RE: The marriage of NOTICE UNDER Sunday Oct. 20, with C. and Mrs. Earl Teston three years. STARKE PHONE 9646200Rental AT
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Durward McDonnell, District and family attended the foot- Sgt. Lawton is .,serving with I
BETTY P. MAJOR, Superintendent of the Gainesville ball game in Live Oak Friday NATO command head- DODD'SSUNOCO

Wife/Petitioner, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN District as speaker. night. Bradford Tornadoesand quarters, Iberian Atlantic Wheel Chairs & Crutches
that the undersigned, desiring to There will be special music Live Oak played and The Area Oeiras Portugal A Hospital Beds, Walkers,

and, engage in business under the and dinner on the grounds. Tornadoes won 279. former student of Bethune KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
fictitious name of BRADFORD After dinner, the church will Mrs. Paul Lock flew to Cookman College Daytona

ROY L MAJOR, Husband/ SQUARE CENTER at number S. hold its annual business Hanover, Ind. on Monday and Beach he joined the Air Forcein PHONE 473-3176 STARKE FLA. 2tchg \
Respondent. W. side of U. S. Hgwy. 301 meeting with the District stayed until Friday with her August 1954. .
(Walnut St), in the City of Superintendent in charge. A oldest son, Joe Lock, and her ,

NOTICE OF SUIT Starke, Florida, Intends to special offering will be taken, aunt, Miss Doris Taylor, and -=
register the said name with the and will go towards carpetingthe uncle, Hugh Taylor.Mr. 3 Big Days -IaGLE

TO: ROY L. MAJOR Clerk of the Circuit Court of church. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- Thurs., Fri. U Sat. i
Address Unknown Bradford County Rorida. HIGHLAND BAPTIST son visited their son, Daniel in
Oswu ...<.,. till ._.. .
*ell be ,
Dated at Miami, Florida,this 8th CHURCH: Sunday School 9:45: Jacksonville, on Sunday.Mr. **..>...._.._w.ewe,... ..< f IBM ems?
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat day of October 1974. a.m. Worship Services, 11 and Mrs. Barry Watts
an action for dissolution of BRADFORD SQUARE CENTER a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer took their mother Mrs. Bessie .j

marriage and other relief has Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Watts back to her home to rK/Mina I! ........ i !
EDWARD TRUPPMAN M.D. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Crescent City Sunday afternoon "' ...... t
been filed against you in the y:.. I.T. ,.... K, t $
above styled Court and you are DONALDKAPLAN CHURCH: Sunday School 10 :"::-:: w.c......,
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Sweat ..
required to serve a copy of your LLOYD A. MORIBER a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. .._" .." t I tirlt C
written, defenses, if any, on S.L, KENNETH LUXENBERG and7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and nephew and niece, Mr. r All Fans 'p d : I
and Mrs. Edward Pecor and 1 1 ,
Scruggs, Post Office Drawer LESLIE JAY GROSS Wednesday 7:30: p.m. e,
"C". Gainesville Florida 32602, Attorney for Applicant family, of Macclenny visited 25% Off
and file the original with the FROMBERG, FROMBERG & SCHOOL NEWS their sister, Mrs. Hester !
Clerk of the above styled Court, ROTH, P.A. The faculty and staff of Hicks Sunday afternoon.Mr. / .
on or before the 30th day of 19 West Flagler Street Lawtey Elementary appre- and Mrs. O. J. Boyette

October, A.D., 1974; otherwise, Suite M-102 ciated the excellent turnoutfor Jr. and family spent Sunday
a judgement may be entered Miami Florida 33130 the Parent-Teacher con- afternoon with their parents,
against you for the relief 10/174t 1117ORDINANCE ference Day. Hopefully many Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, NAVnI ,es.'NS'
requested In the Petition. more parents will be able to Sr., in Lake City. '.;Ao. MEN'S

WITNESS my hand and seal visit the school in the next few Mrs. Pierce Crews spent + FAMOUS MAKER
sometime in St. Vincent'sHospital orwl
of said Court on the 24th day of NO.---- months.
September, A.D., 1974.GILBERTS. CITY OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA The fourth and fifth grade Jacksonville and $ DRESS SLACKSNAtSy
girls participated in a volleyball with her son and daughter-in- $ 1 mount

BROWN NOTICE OF INTENT TO play day at Southside Elementary law Mr. and Mrs. W. S. i_ I

Clerk of the Circuit Court CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF School on October 10. Crews. Mr. Crews and her MOTOR OILTEXACO a

By Donna M. Branson AN ORDINANCE LEVYING A This activity ended the volley- granddaughter, Mrs. Laura I e
Deputy Clerk UTILITY TAX FOR THE USE OF ball unit and provided an Dixon brought her home on

10/3 4t 10/24 THE CITY. opportunity for the girls to put Tuesday. Her sister Mrs. i Great styles selection, of wonted -
those Charles Sellers of Auburn- 4 ) stayneatfabrics
into a game situation
fashion colors!
TO: ALL CITIZENS TAX skills learned in their classes. dale, came Thursday, and will 2-PAK ; f.+\".:' This brand, you know
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PAYERS AND OTHER INTER- Outstanding students in spend several days with her. M for qualitycomfortfit( / !
REGISTER ESTED PERSONS. physical education this week Barry Lee Watts was the OUR OUR mt Sies28 42.
FICTITIOUS NAME are: Lisa Norman, fifth happy winner of a heifer calf PRICE m SAVE PRICE
at the Calf Scramble WAS 44', WAS
grade Edward Crews fourth Saturday Oil ; -r
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are ; T i9t .
Pursuant to Section 86509 hereby and herewith given grade; John Tinsler, 3rd night in Starke. r
Florida Statutes, notice is here- notice that the City Council of Grade. These students will Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mozingo SUPER BURGESS BATTERY SUPER-LUBE MOTOR OIL Reg. 68' Qt. WAS pA91

by given that the undersigned the City of Lawtey, Florida, at its represent their grades in of St. Stevens S. C. flew down Package of' two 1'j volt, "P" cell Help prolong,! engine life. Refined', to Sale rearw 26%
Mrs. Evelyn E. Milner, Davison regular monthly meeting to be leading exercises and other and were weekend guests of-' batteries 'for flashlightsradiosgames highest itondords. 32 (fl I. a.. Limit MEN'S LEATHER BELT i
Mobile, Home Park, Lot 12, held at 7:30: P.M. in the City Hallat helper duties in physical their brother-in-law and and battery-operated' toys. (Limit 1 1'i' 5 Qts., No Call Bock Slips. Limit 6 37' Assorted sryles.30-40.
Stdrke Florida, 32091 education. sister Mr. and Mrs. Gene
doing the City of Lawtey, Florida, on at.u. I IN
business under the firm name of Monday November 4, 1974, will Plans are underway for the Pearson. We are glad to
"M & M SALES & SERVICE", consider the adoption of an Halloween Carnival to be heldon report) that Mr. Pearson is
444-G West Madison Street, ordinance relating to: Saturday, Oct. 26. The PTA better and able to be at home. I .a3
Starke Bradford County, has been working with all Mrs. Leon Wilkerson spent .

Florida 32091, intends to registersaid AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY areas of the community to the weekend with her son-in-

fictitious name under the OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA, LEVY- help in planning and carryingout law and daughter, Mr. and 1
of aforesaid statute. the Carnival. Donationsfor Mrs Harold Jones and
provisions ING AND IMPOSING A TAX
Mrs. Evelyn E. Milner, sole FOR THE USE OF THE CITY OF the country store will be Samantha, of Jacksonville. Mwlcolor, I r i ieATTERIIS
owner. LAWTEY ON EACH AND accepted at the school until Another daughter, Mrs. Linda
; ; ,
Dated this 30th day of EVERY PURCHASE WITHIN Friday Oct. 25. Crawford, and Jenifer came NOT INC. -
September, A. D. 1974 at SAID CITY OF ELECTRICITY Parents are reminded that over to see them while she was

Starke Florida. METERED OR BOTTLED GAS school pictures will be takenon there. vy 1A/l./ i
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10/3 4tp 10/24 (NATURAL LIQUIFIED PETRO- Monday Oct. 21. Notices Mr. and and Mrs. John Britton wAS tAV! '.. ,...,.. Efl0fl- ,,,,T Lt" i,, t was SrvF S
and Mr. Mrs. Clifford -
LEUM GAS OR MANUFAC- will be sent during this weekto 3.m 60w "' :: :"n "5: 7,96" 100h 72,99E 5 .00
of Jacksonville visited
TURED) WATER SERVICE suggest to children what to Johns l7111 --
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO their brother and sister-in-
TELEPHONE SERVICE, TELE- wear. The finished pictureswill J-CELL FLASHLIGHT BUY! BOYS"NO-IRON'SHIRTS MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS
REGISTER GRAPH SERVICE, AND CABLE be ready in approximately law Mr. and Mrs Earl Seamless metal tube won't Long sleeves Selection, of' Docron *and cotton in prints
FICTITIOUS NAME TELEVISION SERVICE; FIXING four weeks. All MoUey Saturday evening.. rust. New lock off switch 'I i stripes and patterns. 8-16. and sol'ds.' SMLXl_,
Mrs. Selita Lee and ,
children will be photographedand _
THE AMOUNT OF SAID TAX
Pursuant to Section 866.09 PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION -; parents will receive a daughter Michele of Jackson .I ..
Florida Statutes, notice is here- small proof picture from ville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
OF SUCH TAX AND ITS
by given that the undersigned PAYMENT TO THE CITY OF which they can select a Gene Pearson Sunday. : rnM vA ,r w .. w
Steven A. Cardin, Douglas J. LAWTEY REQUIRING THE variety of picture packages.No Miss Julia Highnote, of I \
Cardin, George W. Cardin, and KEEPING; OF BOOKS deposit will be requiredthis Oleta, and Mrs. Roy Highnote. \\\\WAS \ +
Velda Nichols Cardin P. O. Box SHOWING ALL SUCH SALES year. of Miami spent a week with oT
145, Starke. Florida 32091 AND ALLOWING ACCESS her sister Mrs. O. J. Phillips STYLES F
doing business under the .firm THERETO BY AUTHORIZED PERSONALS recently. Miss Highnote wentto J
of "CARDIN BROS.: U. Tallahassee for a visit. SMe
name AGENTS OF THE CITY OF Mr. and Mrs. Truman '4i I SAVE WAS UYIJ. ye0
S. 301 South, P. O. Box 128, LAWTEY; EXCEPTING ANY Norman spent Friday of last Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo % ... :s.n 11', .2.19 32', +

Starke, Bradford County, PURCHASES BY ANY RECOG-- week with their son and spent Friday with her mother,
Florida 32091 intends to registersaid daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. MAGICOLOR RUSTREAT 22X44" AND 24X46"
CHURCH FOR USE EXCLUSIVELY
NIZED
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fictitious name under the FOR CHURCH Reggie Norman, of Gulf ID LATEX GLOSS ENAMEL COTTON BATH TOWELS r9p i.44 m {:

provisions of aforesaid statute. PURPOSES PROVIDING FOR Hammock. They celebratedReggie's Use on Interior and exterior Giant 22.44 and 24 a 44"
Steven A. Cardin, J. ; while metal and wood surfaces.' sires. Cotton velours' and
Douglas birthday there. ."
THE APPROPRIATION OF THE POPULAR SIZE SCREWDRIVERS MISSES' BELLBOTTOMS"' LEATHER WORK SHOE
Cardin, George W. Cardin, REVENUES TO BE DERIVED Miss Arthurine Blanchard HAMPTONAREA Plastic handles.Short, long, Easy cleanup! One quart 'fashion terries shades.In your 'favorite L aw-Isecallon'wl.11.. Snap 01.1'iarantsols.Comfort I

Velda Nichols Cardin, owners. FROM SUCH TAX AND PRO- returned home last Friday regular or Phillips heads. 1/2/ Pt. was 1.17 NOW !7C barons Sanforized. 618. !last, Brown Sizes 7-12.
Dated this 25th day of week with
VIDING A PENALTY FOR THE after spending a
September, A. D. 1974, at VIOLATION OF THE PROVI- her nephew and niece, Mr. NEWSby \

Starke Florida. SIONS OF THIS ORDINANCE. and Mrs. Fred Dye, of Ft. r \
9/264t 1017IN Lauderdale. Josephine Fontaine I
I YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN Edward Roberts who is

THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE that said ordinance was employed in Miami spent the FIRST AID CLASS

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF first duly read and considered by Anyone wishing, to join the
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR the City Council of the City of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF First Aid CldSS must attend X wi

BRADFORD COUNTY Lawtey at its regular monthly THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- the meeting on Thursday, Oct
meeting held at the City Hall on CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 17, at 7:30: pm. at HamptonCity
CIVIL ACTION October 7, 1974. BRADFORD COUNTY. Hall. The class Is for i

That this notice is hereby CASE NO.74-265 young people as well as
CASE No.74-242 given to conform with the notice adults and anyone in the wAS fAVe WAS SAYI WAS SAYI WAI SAYI WAS / SAY(

requirements of Chapter IN RE: The Marriage of FLORIE county may enroll.Instruction 1.11 10'k All 25', MS 32', J.U_ _ In J4df Iiii iIIII 2...
FEDERAL 166.041 Florida Statutes, 1973
GUARANTY will be
Petitioner by a
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION that fourteen ((14)) days public BUSSEY and HEAVY DUTY TOOL BOX 200-COUNT FACIAL TISSUE QT. EAGLE DETERGENT MEN'S NYLON MESH CASUALS MEN'S HUGGED BOOTS
certified Red
OF GAINESVILLE, a notice be given prior to the LEROY BUSSEY, Respondent. Cross instructor. Rustproof plastic. Divided Soft, yet super strongl Tint Super sudsy 'formula for Open weave mesh Popular Paratroop or engineer boots
EARL ordinance Bill Shearon. troy.Us* as tackle box.too. ed In pink, yellow or white.. dlsher and finest 'fabrics. casual colors. Sizes 712, Both In blac Sizes 7-12
Plaintiff, vs. of such by
corporation adoption NOTICE OF SUIT It is planned to organize a
WALKER,JR. and BRIGITTE K. publishing such notice in a class in Folk Dancing at the _L

WALKER, Defendant newspaper of general circulationin To: LEROY BUSSEY Hampton City Hall on /
Bradford County, Florida. Address Unknown Thursday, Oct. 24. if an instructor / % [1LILT ,.yl DIAL DEODORANT-
NOTICE OF SUIT EACH AND EVERY PERSON can be obtained. to ANTI-PER3P1RANT

PROPERTY having any interest whatever in YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Watch for announcement.
ref AVIuc.
the enactment of this proposed cA.U
an action for dissolution of 'etiw"ET. : II"
........
should at the
ToBrigitte: K. Walker ordinance appear marriage has been filed against SENIOR CITIZENSThe 4 -- LILT COuPLITf u. -
6369 Schoveck 1 time and place herein pre- you and you are required to Hampton Senior j -,- STYLI KIT 10Z

Bleichstr, West Germany scribed. serve a copy of your written Citizens Club will meet at 7:30: d'j rtwIDJ' 1

defenses, if any, to it on pm. Friday, Oct. 18, at the _
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CITY COUNCIL OF THE hall
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor city
CITY OF LAWTEY FLA. ...--
an action to Mortgage Petitioner, whose address is FRIENDS NEIGHBORS .
Foreclosure the following Bv: LUCILLE SHUFORD, Clerk Ruth Roark is Bradford I WAS m. lAVI1It t
on 114 N.Walnut Street P. O. Box in 1.11 LILT
property in Bradford County 10/17 996 Starka, Florida, 32091 and County Hospital.Sympathy 1 pUSHlurTONSTYLI lilT

Florida: I file the original with the dark of Is extended to the TV OIL CAN SPOUT 1 Lt!. 10% CHLORINE PHOTO CUBE RADIO .u...-SAY II"(
the above-styled Court on or family of Mrs. Trisler, who Fits standard automotive oil Eagle's granular concentrate Display snapshots and enjoy J.Hg'AYI
Lots 13 and 14, Block 29 of FOR SALE: Tapes. 3M before November 18, 1974, passed away last week. cans.Brilliant chrome plate. 'for economical pool care your favorite. radio station. FLUORIDf
Peek's Addition to Starke, double stick, J"',! Inch and otherwise a Judgment may be I'll be glad to get your news TOOTHPASTE, 5.102.

Bradford County, Florida,as per 3 ,Inch wlda magic tap.. entered against you for the relief items. Call me at 468-1156 or
plat thereof recorded In Plat Also Masking Tap. 3ft4" demanded in the Petition. send them to P.O. Box 160
Promotion Silicone Pierce BearCharcoal
I DuPont 8 Fl. Oz. Juanito BrandSardines Island Su i 20 Oz: Can Smokey
inch I inch. Ift3" inch
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Book 1, Page 46 Section WITNESS my hand and the Hampton, or leave them at
8 South Range 22 and :2 Inch tap. AH at The General Car Wax and 4 Oz. Can
Township seal of said Court on the 15th Hampton Store. Gas Booster Pinapple I
East, Office Shop. day of October 1974.GILBERTS.. Cleaner MushroomsReg. s Lb. Briquets

FOR SALE: Electric Pencil Reg. 3/'1eo Crushed or Sliced 39' Ea.
Bag
has been filed against you and 3 different BROWN FOR SALE: All kinds of of- Reg. '1.' Sale Reg. 33 Ea. ,
sharpeners styles flea! home, and school Sale Reg. 45 Sale3l Sale Reg. 74 Sal.ggc .
you are .required to serve a copyof in stock handy for home AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy tup-
your written defenses, if any office. For sale at The Office or : Donna M. Braneen p/la./ Corn by The Office 00
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney. Shop. Deputy Clerk Shop or call 961-9303/ for 3/$100 4/88' 5/$100 sbc'
I'vlca.(
whose name and address is 10/174t 11/7
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LAWTEY Authorization to struction period, which must been trimmed from the Commissioners Walter Smith and Parcel has driven a test November meeting.A to work under new rules of the of Lawtey about the city
draw a resolution for a 10 per be paid by the city from its project due to increased costs and Spurgon Massey. Mayor- well to see whether the city new state law requires state Department of Pollution joining in with the county and
cent utility tax to help finance general fund, along with since the system was Commissioner Gene Pearson, will have to have undergroundor that a municipality have a Control. sharing in costs.Authorized.
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Lawtey's planned $371,764 another $44,000 which will be originally planned early in an advocate for the water above ground water building code in process of a resolutionbe
water system was given to applied to the loan in order system from the start broke storage, but no word has been adoption or go under the state "We're going to have to do prepared declaring thecommission's
attorney Gene Shaw at last that the minimum water 1973.FHA said 200 customersare the tie with the deciding yes heard from those tests.In building code Jan. 1 with the something sooner or later intention that
week's meeting of the Lawtey charge per customer can be required to make the vote. other action Monday costs coming out of the state about our garbage. We don'tknow the recreation area in East
City Council. held to the $6 figure originally water system financially That April vote ended an night, the city commission: revenue sharing funds which what yet," Mayor- Lawtey be used for recreation
The utility tax resolutioncan quoted to those signing up for feasible and retire the loan. apparent stalemate on the Agreed to adopt the the towns receive and which Commissioner Spud Massey purposes only. CommissionerScott
be the service. had existed Southern Standard Building made $40,000 of told salesman. agreed to that. He
passed by the city The April action adopting a project that since up Lawtey's the
commission any time after 14 The April resolution included resolution for the water January when Mrs. Jordan's Code and have the county land $55,000 budget. pushed again Monday night
days after it is advertised in a pledge of $72,000 system came on a 3-2 vote on a motion to proceed with the use office administer it at a Refused to take action on for some assurance that the
the newspaper, Attorney from the city's general fund to motion by Commissioner water system died for lack of cost of some $1,500 per year. buying a garbage truck Attorney Shaw suggestedthe recreation building on which
Shaw said. The tax would defray these added costs. At a Barbara Jordan, seconded by a second. Attorney Shaw said he would costing $11,900 until the city city get with the county to work has stopped would never
become effective July 1975, he previous meeting in January, Robert Scott. The water Since April the city's! prepare the code this month knows more about how its work out a joint waste be reclaimed by the city for
added. IVfc miles of water line had system was opposed by engineering firm of Sverdrup and the city can adopt it at its wastedisposal system is going disposal method. Com- any other purpose. Scott indicated -
The commission set a missioner Robert Scott was that work on the new

special meeting Tuesday,Oct. Tract Sold Order Protest Commissioners appointed to talk with County building will resume once
29, at 7:30: p.m. to adopt the Fairgrounds Of Commissioner Dave ShufordHomecoming. such assurance is given.

resolution.The 1From Pa ge .1\.
commission, at Shaw's the motion?" asked Mrs. Judy Friday. He cited his record of Bureau viewpoint. "No, Sir. Farm Bureau can't support giving public . . S.
direction, also agreed to sign Goodowns. support for agriculture as "We thoroughly listened votes on its members," property to a private con (From Page 1)
the Farmer's Home Ad- been for "proof that I have had an Gaskins said of the charge pointed out FB Member Billy cern."
ministration loan resolution so "We've looking a interest in agriculture for a that the FA board didn't Noegel. Only Farm Bureau "This deal is already Tenly, daughter of Mr. and Pam Rayburn will come backto
of for three
it can be returned to the piece We property don't have the long time." realize what it was doing. members can purchase the in- consumated?" Bryan asked. Mrs. Sonny Tenly of Starke, Starke from her home in

Atlanta office of FHA.In funds years." said. Farm Bureau President "Everyone at the meeting surance, Noegel said.In Gaskins replied that he had and Phyllis Contrears, Sardis, Mississippi to crown
connection with the Huggins George Huggins indicatedthat understood what it was for. large counties Farm signed the deed. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie the 1974 Homecoming Queen.
"If there to
closing of the loan for the do it without were insurance some way the new building is to be a "We don't see it as strictly 'Bureau' has membership Bruton of Starke; sophomore Each class will perform a

water system, Shaw advisedthe Baldwin said. "The'd be full service office, selling Farm Bureau. We thought it quotas and some counties Fair Association minutes, Pam Tucker, daughter of Mr. skit at the Whirl Thursday
council to elect a new would there ?no" insurance, tires, batteries, would complete the agriculture have waiting lists. But in prior to Friday, do not reflect and Mrs. Neil Tucker of night and will be judged by
,
mayor, instead of an acting point Insurance is George of FarmBureau's and farm supplies."I complex in our county," small, basically agricultural: any actual vote to transfer the Starke, and Brenda Guion, Hardnck Taylor, Pat Farnsworth -
mayor, since Councilman most one important feel it is in direct conflictto Gaskins continued."We counties, like Bradford, property to the Farm Bureau, daughter of Mrs. Leola Guionof and Linda Lawson.
Gene Pearson is unable to services answered. the rest of us on US-301 who didn't go into it blind. anyone can join Farm said Chamber Executive Vice- Starke; Juniors Cindy Listed are each classes'
fulfill his duties after a recent Fees from, Huggins have bought property on 301," We figured there would be Bureau, Huggins said. President John Myers. The Gissy, daughter of Mr. and skit: freshman "The game
heart attack. The council sales would insurance policy the Roberts said. some complaint from the in- "I've no objection to compe deal was contingent upon the Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke, and that wasn't boring" ;

made Acting Mayor Spud building and its support employees.At Fair Association property is surance industry." Gaskins tition. I just don't like the idea FA getting the property from Develyn Mathews, daughterof sophomore "Those were the .'
Massey the mayor in a that Mrs. Waters in one sense, kind of public pointed out, however, that his that I spent a heck of a lot of the Highway Patrol so there Mrs. Kathryn Mathews of days"; juniors"The Tornado ,
,
unanimous vote. the second point to property, Roberts stated, son is about to insure a car money building me an office, would be room to locate the 32 Keystone Heights. Drive of Thirty-Five"; seniors
At the attorney's directionthe gave Discussion continued."If Huggins'motion. pointing out the land was with State Farm, the local and Farm Bureau gets a by 40 foot building, Myers Introducing classes and "Memories of Davie Ilurse." y'
council also included in the ahead how given by the state to the Fair agent of which, Merritt building site for practically said. their skits Thursday night at This year'the homecoming A
minutes of the meeting that hurt we go?" said.can Association. Roberts con- Williams, was at the meetingto nothing. Put it up for bids, the Whirl will be Master of was boosted by a teacher ;/
Pearson disabled and unableto they us I would Huggins have to ceded from the beginning, protest the land deal. suggested Brown."If "But it was fully the intentto Ceremonies Grover Howard, committee of James Swinson,
attend to his duties. There is vote"Tonight, it. We need however, that the Fair Asso- Farm Bureau has now we didn't have an Insur- transfer the property," math instructor and cross Mary Osborne, Edith Combs I
no provision in the Lawtey legal against before a ciation charter says the FA undertaken a statewide in- ance program, you wouldn'tbe Myers added. country and track coach at and Chairman Warney
city charter for an acting Baldwin opinion said we go can buy, sell, rent, or do what- vestigation of the feeder calf here now," Wainwrighttold "Do you intend to have a RHS. Atkinson.. :
,
mayor, Shaw said. on the fact that mention, referringto of ever it pleases with its feed program, Gaskins Roberts. The commis- vote?" asked Commissioner Club Sweethearts with their Judging the floats (this year .
Shaw also said the loan the donation no saleis property. Nobody argues so pointed out. If the farmer gets sioner-insurance agent ad- Roberts. escorts are: Chorus-Gail Lavender will be Starke Elementary( +i
closing for the water system, mentioned property in Fair Associa-or far that the Fair Association feed cheaper, it means mitted he is selfishly "It would require that, in escorted by Dennis School Principal Carl Clark, ,,
to cost $371,764 to extend tion minutes. lacks legal authority to sell cheaper beef to consumers. motivated in this instance, my opinion," Myers an- Frick; Dct-Connie Jones, Rex Home Economist Kathy :!
service to 200 customers, is the land to. whomever it Everybody, not just farmers, since insurance is the major swered. Siemer and Jarotha Morris, Brown and Attorney Dudley.;:
expected around Nov 15. The County Home Agent Economist Bobby Taylorand wishes. benefits from Farm Bureau issue. "But you know me well Fair Board Member Mac Elva Hampton; FBLA Lynn Hardy. .'

bonds are due from Atlanta Brown attempted to delay Kathy the George Huggins, three term programs, Gaskins was enough, Newky to know thatif Baldwin explained there was Pierce and escort Lester Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. -J',,'
this week, Shaw said, and can vote. instead president of the county Farm pointing out. the same principal was a "no deception by the Fair Aspinwal; FCA Laura the annual Homecoming
be validated around Oct. 21. for They pushed with the, Bureau which he says now has The committee to investigate stake in another business I'd Association trying to hide Thomas and escort Jimmy Parade will be coming .
In a 3-2 vote on April 1 the commission a meeting to discuss county the 621 families as members, the Farm Bureau acquiring feel the same way." this." Baldwin was on the FA Prevatt; Interact Vorease through Starke festuring class ,
Lawtey city commission situation. counters that local businessmen land from FA was not "Why is the Fair Associa- committee which recommended Patrick and escort Randy and club floats BUS mar

adopted a resolution giving "This situation is joined together years "loaded with Farm Bureau tion giving or selling land to a the property transfer.He Chitty; Pep Club Debra ching band and dressed up
FHA the sign to proceed with to take sides causing to ago, purchased what is now members," Gaskins stated. private concern?"State Farm said he agreed "because it Jordon and escort Tommy cars. m
final plans and specificationsfor people threaten each other ,Miss fair property, and donated it "Neither has it been a Agent Merritt Williams asked. was for the Bradford County Wise; Science Club Sharon The parade will leave BUS\ ,
a municipal water system. Brown out. to the state Agriculture Department secret. It's been talked about "Would you have sold this Farm Bureau. Lavender and escort Donnie and proceed south on US-301 to
The plan approved from pointed look "Maybe for a farmer's for over a year. No one was land to any other organizationor "We were guilty of not Neel; and Spanish Club Call Street, then make a left
reduced in cost from approximately we should to the at "what it's market. purposefully deceived," the business?" FA President thinking of Farm Bureau as Debbie Mitchell and escort down Call Street to Thompson
$414,000 to doing county But, Commissioner Roberts FA president stressed. Arthur Gaskins said he an insurance company," Matt Herres. Street and make right. Then "
"I don't think
$371,764 and a corresponding in we should \put points out, the county commission Gaskins pointed out, too, couldn't think of any other organization Baldwin' stated. The Fair Introducing sweethearts the parade will head west 'M
drop in the number of con- ourselves the same position has contributed that part of the land on which the FA would have Association holds its propertyand Thursday night will be Mistress down SR-10otoOrange Street, r
commissioner
nection from some 270 to 200. our "has. Let'sdon't $54,500 cash to the Fair Association the FB building is being con sold to.The assets in trust for the of Ceremonies Tracie make a right then a right on
The action was taken in the push back, Baldwin since 1960. The county structed had recently been Farm Bureau Insurance people of Bradford, County, Schlosser. Washington Street back to '

face of an April 8 cutoff date pleaded. the time has has always done whatever it returned to the Fair Associa- Company is a separate Baldwin told the commis 1973 Homecoming Queen BUS.\ :,'
imposed by FHA after almost "Maybe I'd cometo could for the Fair Association, tion by the Florida Highway organization from the Brad- sioners. 1
rather
one year of negotiations with say some" things Roberts points out. "This, In Patrol. That land being ford County Farm Bureau, "If it was a mistake it was I
the city. The $371,764 does not not that say, Huggins He named stated several at one sense, gives the people of returned resulted from the Williams pointed out. FB an honest mistake. I do feel a Clay Paving & Construction
include approximately $28,000in point.where Bradford County an interest efforts over the past iVi yearsof insurance rates are higher, in need to have a meeting to
instances farmers have
interest during the con- switched insurance Roberts said if the land deal George Huggins, Gaskins some instances, than State discuss this," Baldwin said. 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE
packages goes through he will strongly said.Further Farm rates, and State Farm "That's what I want, for you
from the
Farm Bureau Roberts to get Agency to urge his fellow commissionersto defense of the Fair operates to make a profit, all to reconsider," Roberts Has the rain got you downin
Benefits coverage Association's action was given said.
That cease giving the FA the Williams pressed. Williams
they required. may be $5,000 per year the county has by Huggins Bradford's persistently explained that "At least discuss, George,"
one reason for Roberts'position
(From Page 1) been budgeting for the fair retired county agent.As Farm anybody can buy Farm Baldwin replied. the mud-
Huggins was saying.
association under a special Bureau president, Hugginswill Bureau with "no questions The county commission
A new ordinance applying to Bobby Taylor urged a delay state act.Huggins. have an office in the new asked as long as you pay the "would just like you to look at Let
the for
in the vote but his motion us
mobile homes within the city to who is also vice- building. There will also be a membership." it again," Chairman Bryan pave way you.
refer the
motion
limits was discussed at lengthby to a com president of the Fair Associa- full time secretary on duty to "I'm opposed to the Fair said.
the council. Provisions of second.mittee died President for lack Gaskins of a tion, says the FA won't miss answer the phone and help Association selling property "Nothing goes so far it can'tbe FREE ESTIMATES KL REEVES
the ordinance defines areas of for the $5,000 very much. "Let with problems farmers have, that cheap to any concern/ undone if there is a desire," OWNER
the city where mobile homes pressed a vote. them go ahead and take it. Huggins said. Williams said. FA President Gaskins said.
don't think this boardis
may not be placed and sets "Tbey We've been talking about To the insurance industry's He is a member of Farm
forth the conditions and behind us. I don't like to be it charges that full time Insur- Bureau Commission Chair-
,
giving anyhow.
embarrassed up U.S. 301 N.MUFFLERS .
Gaskins FLA.INDEPENDENT .
STARKE
specifications for the issuingof Huggins says the FA is closerto ance agent ill also be housedin man Ralph Bryan pointed out,
stated in another referral to S & W MUFFLER
permits for their location.As Being financially independent the building Huggins but said the Fair Association SHOPS
the lack of
in the fair
authority
a means of enforcing the replied that a Farm Bureau would be
board minutes for the sale. than it has ever been, setting a precedent DEALER
provisions of the ordinance After the 9-2 affirmative thus the$5,000 isn't as much ofa Insurance Company agent which he is opposed to.
electrical connections will not getting necessity as it was in the from Union County sells insurance "I think the Fair Association -
be made to a mobile home vote, with one abstention, early days of the fair. in Bradford Countynow. has full authority to do O Ii ;
Gaskins said he would
informthe
until all provisions have been county commission chair- Roberts argued that if Insurance is only one ofFB's that," Bryan said. "But as ::;;J :

complied with. man of the fair board's someone wanted to put up a services for farmers, long as the property is 4
Several amendments will be Huggins said, pointing out L i
decision dress shop whether the Fair publicly owned through funds, OJ !
on Wednesday
incorporated into the or- Association would ever con- that the FB insurance then certainly we have an W J
dinance and reconsidered at morning. sider giving them a piece of program was started 25-30 interest. BRAKES

the council's next meeting Commissioners property "If some other years ago when farmers were "All that is fine," Bryan STARTERS SHOCKS ','
The new ordinance, upon Object group of taxpayers ,should considered bad risks and said to the examples of how GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 ELEOR" A'I
adoption, will repeal the city'sexisting band the couldn't get insurance cover Bureau reduced
Roberts said he requestedthat together, I dare say Farm gets PARTSawyerSlade :;
ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING
ordinance on mobile otherwise. That is still the
the special Friday after- Fair Association.... age prices for farmers. "But I
homes which was approved. in noon county commission "I don't think the Fair Asso- case today, Huggins said, and
1965 meeting be called so he could ciation understood it when some farmers find it
A final reading of a third explain "how I, personally, they got started," Roberts necessary to resort to Farm
ordinance was approved by feel about the Fair Association stated. He referred to the Bureau to get the insurance
the council for the addition of transferring property to minutes of the FA Executive coverage they require. |
an 11 acre building the Bradford County Farm Board which stated in March Bradford County Farm
development site. The ordinance Bureau." A lengthy statement 4,1973, a meeting attended by Bureau is a tax-exempt non al
will be advertised fora followed from Roberts, a Huggins, that a committeewas profit organization working in
period of four weeks and a Starke insurance appointed to investigate a the interests of farmers and
executive
public hearing will be held on who admits his building site for Farm agriculture, Huggins told the
personal
November 13, after which feelings and selfish motive in Bureau. The March 14, 1974 county commission. But any Gas & Hip ConditioningAmerica's
final approval of the additionis the matter. minutes made another time Farm Bureau makes a

expected.In Local insurance men mention of the building drive. profit of $1,000 or more
say
other matters, the the new Farm Bureau But Roberts pressed, "No- (Huggins was unsure of the :
council: building will be an insurance where in the Fair Association limit), then Farm Bureau No. 1 Air Conditioner Maker :1
Officially declared six office, that Farm Bureau minutes is there a record of pays taxes. Farm Bureau is

holidays for the city's employees insurance is sold to anyone, where the executive board of audited each year by the Central Heat and Air .
: January 1, Memorial that anyone in Bradford the Fair Association voting to Internal Revenue Service,
Day, July 4, Labor Day County has been able to give land to the Farm Huggins said.
Thanksgiving and Christmas. become a Farm Bureau Bureau." "There weren't any elaborate Let Us Explain Our Energy Saving System
Agreed to and offices
erect install member, and that selling Yet a building permit was insurance along
a sign for the convenience Farm Bureau the land at a taken out with an indication to 301 in those days," Farm IF
of the public to token price is unfair competition. the zoning director, L. M. Bureau Member J. R. Wainwright Completely Installed
identify the city hall, the fire Gaines, that it was a public interjected.
department and the am- "I've no objection to Farm building, Roberts continues. Bradford County Farm
bulance rescue service. A Bureau as a group of farmers He has no objections to the Bureau ended its last year 1390
limit of$50 was to with 621 members,
agreed upon bonded together to meet" Farm Bureau operating any meaning a
provide the new sign.. Commissioner Roberts stated business "as long as they family, not individuals in a
don't get the property for family, Huggins pointed out.
almost nothing and land whichis Huggins also pointed out 2 Ton System
almost examples of when the Farm
public property.
Actually, Huggins says, the Bureau actually helped far Plus Necessary I
HearDr. Farm Bureau paid $205 for the mers buy cheaper such as $8 Electrical Work
small tract plus forgiving the per bale of bailing wire when
FA a $295 revenue certificatethe the market price was $30,
FB bought to help the fair getting higher beef prices,
get a start a total of $500 donating a $60,000 kidney CALL TODAY FOR
William R "I don't agree with it. I'm machine to Shands Teaching
opposed to it.... opposed to the Hospital for the use of FREE ESTIMATE
extent that if the Fair Asso- anybody who needs it, influence
(Bobby) Crews ciation doesn't reconsider I'll in keeping a city

ask my fellow commissionersto oriented Florida Legislaturefrom 964-7701
withdraw their support," imposing a four percent -- :
Roberts stated, adding he sales tax on seed, feed, and -
understands that won't be too fertilizer.
much of a burden now. "Personally, I commend the

Bible Study Time Radio Broadcast lengthy Roberts discourse finished Chairman with his Fair Association in agriculture for its interest ," W. All Makes Of Air Conditioning.

Ralph Bryan asked to hear Huggins said. Huggins is also
The one at a time, some reaction vice-president of the Bradford 5u'r viC. Ream Unit To Central'
Preaching Gospel and to be familiarized with all County Fair Association.At All t Floor ModelAirconditioners

elements involved. that point the Friday | Call Us For Fast, Professional Air Conditioning Service
Each At 7:30 A.M.
Sunday : Request for the land for the meeting turned into a discussion

Farm Bureau building came among agriculture I
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from George Huggins about interests and local insurance I

Over WAPE year ago, and Fair Association agents:
President Arthur Farm Bureau is in the commercial Must Go At' Cost1
d I I
Gaskins. A Lawtey area insurance business. Sawyer-. .
chicken farmer Gaskins Anyone can buy Farm Bureau ,
was (
ash
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690 On Your Radio Dial the first to answer from the insurance, stated Insurance 332 W>ffa 0Starl) : fair association or Farm Agent Gerald Brown.


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Union Gridders PutWarriorsDown26C Over LO To Get 3-1 Mark



LIVE OAK Bradford High through the line to catch LO holding penalty called against over at the 25 yard line. yard line. Time ran out on the
gridders scored a touchdownin for an 11 yard loss back to the them and the ball was moved The BHS defense held LO to first play BHS had the ball and
each quarter to roll 27-9 :ts yard line. back to the 45 yard line. four downs and a punt to give the Tornadoes went into the
over host Suwannee High last On second down LO's Reddish was held for no BITS the ball at the 35 yard line locker rooms at halftime
Friday night to put the Tornadoes Jackson threw the ball but it yardage on second down then at the end of the first quarter. winning 130.Hacker .
up to 3-1 so far this was blocked by defensive end Prevatt connected with Sewellfor BUS failed to spark a drive was back to receivethe
season. Sheldon ]lodge then In- 16 yards and a third down and LO held at the 43 yard line Reddish kick for BHS to
Tommy Reddish led the tercepted by safety David back down to the 29 yard line. on third down forcing them to start the second half and
MarkCALLAHAN team in scoring and rushing McMillian\ to give BUS the ball After a Prevatt run on third punt to the LO 22 yard line. caught the ball at the 15 yard
To Stay At 4-0 scoring two touchdowns, one at the LO 29 yard line. down for no yardage BIIS With both defenses hitting line and wound up to break
of two and the other of eight First down BHS had a punted the ball and LO took hard LO also could not move five tackles before being
yards. He rushed for a total of the ball and was forced to punt stopped by Mike Gaskins a I j I
109 yards for the night. i; and BUS took over at its own the BHS 28 .
Despite an on what appeared a 60-yard take over of the ball game. Runningback Beaver DeSue UI 45 yard line. The BITS defense held tight
attempt to mutilate, mangle, scoring run. But Union High West Nassau with runningwas was next in rushing with a I After moving the ball downto to make up for the mistake
and spindle Curtis Sirmones, penalized for illegal back Mike Sistare carrying total of 83 yards. the LO 46 yard line Prevatt and it did, holding LO to five
the Union County running star blocking on the kick, the inmost of the time, drove 30 BUS drew first blood in the I connected with Matt Hull for a yards before fourth down.
scored three touchdowns, fraction coming while the ball yards down to the Tiger 35 first quarter after receivingthe 20 yard gain which put the ball Then Hacker fell one yard
kicked two field goals and one was in the air before being before Milton punted into the kickoff and driving downto down to the 34 yard line. short at the 19 yard line when
extra point in a 26.0 Tiger caught by Maxwell. Tiger endzone. Sistare rushed the two yard line. Reddish Reddish ran up the middle on he was stuck by Barber.
scalping of the West Nassau That gave West Nassau a for 90 yards for the Warriors went over right guard for the first down but was stopped at On first down Reddish got
High Warriors in Callahan first down at the Warrior 35 getting a six yard average in score and BHS jumped in scrimmage. On second down two yards up the middle then

Friday night.Sirmones yard line, and more importantly 15 carries. front 6-0 with 7:02: minutes left Prevatt connected again, this broke lose 39 yards, again up

used speed to turn delayed the Tiger (See Page II) in the first quarter. Jimmy .1. ...... ... time with Emmett Bright for the middle to give BIIS a first

the West Nassau ends, made Prevatt's extra point kick was .' ., : '\ JI't.; J. ,,2 16 yards to move the ball downto down at the LO 40 yard line.
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his usual effective fakes, and no good.In f the 18 yard line with a first On the next play Prevatt hit
used to run over -., down. Richard Lashley for 16 yards
power the second quarter BHS ,11:. ,
Warrior defenders for extra followed the same pattern < ., With a first down Beaver and a first down at t the 24 yard

yardage on his own. He starting from its own 45 yard .. .. .. ..t, ")!'.' DeSue took over running line.Reddish
scored one touchdown by line and driving to the Bulldogtwo '.. '' #' a'I"'I''' .I1. duties for awhile,first running went around right
using a stiff arm and sped by I yard line. Beaver DeSue it ... .' ; !' nine yards up the middle end for six yards on first down
four Warriors having shots at went through the left guard "J '" /1. ..\ ; followed by a seven yard run then on second down broke
him during the 20 yard jaunt: 1rr hole and made the second BHS l '" ,... '.' r'' down to the 14 yard line. But a loose up the middle for 17

he scored another after being score. Prevatt's kick was good : _. .. 15 yard rushing penalty was yards one yard short of a
hitat the three by carrying the and BUS was in front 13-0 at ,, ''''' : : called against BHS which put touchdown. On the next down

defender into the endzone! on halftime. : :iI' '" I.i.::: ..... -.r ... ,. the ball back to the 14 yard Reddish scored followed by a
.
.
his back. BUS held LO to a single set :! ; ,: .., : ... line.Then Prevatt kick to make the
,
The victory leaves Union of downs after the Bulldogs .'' : DeSue took the ball six score 20-0 with 7:41: left in the

High 4-0 so far this eason withan received the second half kick P. I yards over left guard six third quarter.
easy game with Victory off and took the Bulldog puntat ,. yards down to the eight yard Live Oak got a drive going
Christian High of Tallahasseeat the BHS 19 yard line. .1 line for a first down. A two after the kick and moved the
home this Friday The Reddish ran four times the yard run followed by a four ball! down to the BUS 47 yard
Class 2A Tigers have won over big plays being 39 and 17 yard This Live Oak receiver catches a pass to get short yardage yard run by DeSue moved the line before facing a fourth
Cross City 24-12, and shut out runs that helped push the ball for the Bulldogs. KI1S gave LO a 27-9 whipping last Friday ball down to the two yard line down punting situation.
Chiefland 38-0, Hawthorne 33- This I'nion County runner finds a hole and makes Rood into LO territory along with a night on the road.BHS. before DeSue put on.! the BIIS got the punt at the 23
0. and now have whitewashedClass yardage for (the Tigers last Friday night against WestNassau. 16 yard pass by Prevatt. This finishing touches for the yard line opening with an

3A West Nassau 26-0. put the ball on the one yard touchdown to make the score eight yard run by DeSue to
Union High first broke ice line where Reddish went up JV Shuts 12-0 with 3:59 minutes left in put the ball at the 31 yard line.
with 1:12: left in the first period the middle for the score that the second quarter. Prevatt'skick On second down Prevatt
M hen Sirmones went 3'a yardsfor BHS FootballersVie put BHS in front 20-0 after a after was good and BHS missed a pass to (Hull then
the first TD, for a 6-0 Tiger Prevatt kick with 7:44: left in was in front 130. DeSue was headed up the
lead, culminating an 80 yard the third period. Out NM 32-0 LO was driving the ball middle when the ball shook
march. Midway the third Live Oak scored after after getting the kick and loose and LO recovered at the

period a Sirmones' field goal With BollesForHornecomins. recovering a BHS fumble on "The whole backfield, moved into Tornadoe territoryat BUS 25 yard line.
from the five yard line made it the 25 yard line and driving Putting in second and third the 25 yard line. Then when After an incomplete pass
Revell
Charley
90. A 20 yard'Slrmones gallop down to the six yard line stringers in the second half Kenny Aycox and Earl Jackson went around left end Hacker went around left end
and a two point conversion by before runningback Tony Bradtord High junior varsity Roger Bennett on a sweep he dropped the ball for five yards down to the 20
did heck of
a job
Biggs a
gridders shut out
fullback Lorenzo Griffin late visiting and BIIS linebacker Dwight
Hacker went in for the touch- "
North Marion 32-0 in Starke during the game says (See Page! 11))
in the third period made it 17- : down to make the score 20-6 last l lIa t cher. Barber recovered at the 34
Thursday night. .
0. A five yard Sirmones' run c.7 with 1:39: left in the third The Reds have played
with three minutes left in the Bradford footballers will At center is 160 pound Jeff quarter. A Roger Bryan kick Now the Baby Tornadoes Baby
game made it 23-0, and a last face a totally different offense Trippe, an excellent center. a was good and the gap closed to stand with a perfect 3-0 record total three of games and while scored a NOTICEDON'T
second field goal of about 30 and defense than last week good blocker, and a team 207. and next Wednesday meet 4-C 62 points givingup
yards made it 26.0.STATISTICS. when BUS will host Bolles leader, according to the With seconds left in the third Palatka South in Palatka only eight.all Those scored eight GET CAUGHT WITH YOUR FURNACE
were by
starting at 7:30: points
School from Jacksonville this p.m.
report. quarter Tommy Reddish was "We had Gainesville High School when DOWN !
lake Butler Well Nassau for the BUS a good game
Friday night Playing at the tackle spots in the end zone chasing the
131 13 Yards First Hushing Downs 131 9 Homecoming clash to start at for Bolles are Bruce Winston, ball and a Bulldog lineman sively against and North defensively Marion offen-and BUS"Our still defense won 148.did a real fine It has been predicted this will be an early and

18 Yards Passing 34I 8 p.m. 190 pounds,and Gordon Terry, caught him back there for a in out North
I'JO PC PA PI 4 3P I II Last Friday night the Tornadoes 180 pounds. Both are very safety and LO moved the everybody" on the team got to job Marion and shutting they only hurt us extremely COLD winter!
I Fumbles 0 rolled 27-9 over host strong and agressive and like score to 20-9 play, commented (Head JV
33 Penalties 55 up Coach Harry Kt t"' +er. on one sweep to the outside
Live Oak. which puts the Tor- to hit. CORDON
.1 Jl .Punts. 6 35 Midway through the final BHS had the s.e 32-0 at and it was not t that t bad," says
-- ---- nadoes mark far
at a 3.1 so Guards Bill Weir. 170 period Bradford started
a the end of the first half, but Defense Coach Roger Chilson. AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CO. .
this season. Live Oak hardlyever pounds, and Jep Barbour 165 drive from i its own 44 yard line "Palatka will be our toughest -
It was a hard-hitting run- threw the ball and ran to pounds are both quick and to 33 yard line of Live Oak substituted the whole second and we will have to
of the the ends little. real half and still held them score- game ADVISES Don't take
ning game most way. very agressive. with a second down. Then haw more exceptional play to a chance on your
West Nassau put the ball in air Bolles Mill 1 be a different Prevatt hit big tight end less. "It picked up our morale "
in the fourth period when story with its favorite plays Offensive comments on the Donnie Sewell at the 15 yard and quarterback Jackson beat them, commented Chil- heater not working! !II!
"We to have to
behind but being options, quick pitches scouting report describes Prevatt had his best game of son. are going
17-0 junior line.Sewell took it all the "
quarterback Mike Price was and passing. (Head Bradlord Bolles as a good throwing in for the final score of way the the year hilling eight of 10 have an outstanding effort.did Let us clean and check your furnace
"The offensive line a
successful in Coach David Hurse said team with good size and over- passes for 103 yards, says
completing only
"
game making it 27-9 after a
four of 13 passes for 34 yards.It Bolles will throw at least 30 all speed, is well organized, Prevatt kick.Prevail Hatcher. offensive real fine Line job, Coach commented Reddy NOW before it gets COLD everyone

was a loughly played game, times during the game. and makes few mistakes. had his best night of Cox. "They were sticking needs heat immediately and 50% find
with both teams being warnedby Bolles has three quarter- Bolles likes to run the fullback the
passing,
year hitting sevenof their heads in the numbersand
officials at one point that backs and all can throw The dive and sprint draw. 11 for 110 yards. All-Sports Club driving them off the line." their furnaces are not working properly.
the game was getting out of main quarterback is 145 pound? ----------
"Palatka is going to be a
Defensive tackle Ken Beer-
Hurse who is
hand. Jerry good and likes quick to a bower. 190 pounds, is tough on STATISTICS Needs MembersA tough game plus we are goingto Tel 473-4777 On Hwy 100 5 Mlles
Lake Butler won the toss passer passon BHS LO
in their back
the inside and is real be playing
and elected to receive. Sir- the run. Hurst runs well runs 13 FIrs106wns 8 treasurers report at the So. of Starke
mones returned the West and is a good team leader, quick. Weak side tackle Bill 706 Yards Rush 41 Bradford All-Sport Club yard, commented Cox. "This 'Installation & Service On All Makes 21
\10 Yards Pass 6'' week at have been
Weir closes down well and is practice we
!Nassau'; kick off to his 40 yard according to the BiiS scouting 7 110 meeting on Monday
quick, aggressive and mean. PC PA PI 410 J night getting the kids physically and COMM. REFRIGERATION MOBILE HOME SERVICE
line wasting no time impressing report. 2 Fumbles 0 October 14 indicated that "
Ends Bruce Winston and Ed mentally ready.
Bolles has wide of- 2 Punts 4
his the a there
speed on open are now 93 members of
Dansen both and 9D Penalties 20
Warriors and the Callahan fense running the slot on one are tough the club. -
crowd. Sirmones was touted side and a split end on the aggressive and are good SCORE BY QUARTER: President Joe (Hull said that
during pregame warmups as other. The Bulldogs run with a hitters. BHS 6 7 7 7 27LO the club needs a total of 200
a pre-season All-American.\ split 40 defense. This is four Inside linebackers Gordon __ 0 0_! 0_ 9 members and is hoping to get I Enjoy
Speeding around left end on a down men, four linebackersand Terry, 180 pounds and Ralph Play-By-Play them within the next few
Powell, 180 both read
pounds
three back
pitch out the Tiger speedstergot men. weeks.
19 yards and one first Bolles fullback Clet Day, 140 plays well and move to help on Bradford received the Hull said $10
the outside runs well. opening kickoff at its 45 yard membershipsmay 'i'iIEW JbbrnW( (
down on a play that was to be pound senior is tough on the line. Reddish made two three be mailed to Mrs. Ada i
repeatedly thrown at the inside run and is quick and Outside linebackers Chip yard runs then a one yard run Reddish in care of the
Warriors. But starting aggressive according to the Givehan, 160 pounds, and Bill to give BHS a first down at the Bradford Middle School in
quarterback Joe Maxwell lost report. At tailback is Donnie Greene 175 pounds, cover LO 48 yard line. Then Reddish Starke and a membershipcard w-
eight yards when spilled in his DuPree. 135 pounds, a real passes well, are quick and made two more three yard will be mailed back. $
", backfield: : by Warrior line. tough runner and a good ball have excellent reactions. runs followed by a five yard
backer Ron Beasley and the player Corner back Scott Statleman run by Prevail around the left He said that approximately
Tigers punted. 175 pound slot man Ed 170 pounds, reads the pass end to give BUS a first down at $5.000 is needed to handle theclub's
West Nassau could get no- Dansen runs good patternsand Melt and gives good run the 37 yard line. obligations this year Kentucky
where up the Tiger middle on is an excellent blocker, support to the line. Reddish went over right (Hull said at the moment the
its opening series and :Mark according to the scouting Halfback Jim Miller, 160 tackle for two yards before treasury has $1,200 in it and
Milton punted from his 16. report. pounds, has good speed, being brought down by obtains funds from memo
safety
Deep to receive the punt with Bolles' offensive line weighsan defends the pass well and can Tony Hacker at the 35 yard berships and also from Fried
Sirmones, Joe Maxwell average of 175 pounds. At help on the run. Safety Scott line. Then he drove down to proceeds derived from run-
hauled in the boot and hot- tight end is 185 pound Scott Dansen. 160 pounds, roams in the 19 yard line on the next ning the concession stand at
footed it down the right sideline liallam who has excellent the backfield well Is quick play for another first down. the varsity and junior varsity
behind a wall of blockers wnrfs and runs good routes. and a smart ball player. ,Two runs, one and four football and basketball /
The club also
yards by Reddish hitting the games. sponsors :" ..
the various athletic '
banquetsand '
.
middle each time the ball .
on this will ..: .
year provide for '
I the 14 yard line. Then Prevatt the first time letter jackets in -

WELLS ELECTRIC connected with fullback !Matt all sports that go toward
Hull for an 11 yard gainer anda obtaining points for Bradford
With That
'
first down at the three yard High toward the Big Sun

line.Then Conference Trophy I1
Reddish went over
right guard for six points.
SERVICEElectrical Prevatt's kick was no good Plans were finalized at the EXTRAj
and BHS had a 6-0 lead with meeting on the Chicken and
Rice Supper hich will be held
7:02: left in the first period. Ir
Contractors Live Oak started at the 35 starting at 5 p.m. on Thur-
yard line after the kick. sday, Nov.21, prior to the final
? first down Bulldog quar-On home football game with "America Loves The Colonel's New

... tee around terback left Jimmy end for Jackson four yards went dinners Gainesville will Eastside.be $1.25 Adult and Recipe Bring The Family And

\\o\.1t b \eS before running out of bounds. students will be 75 cents,

24 ce -:;:- ::.. -=;. Es\\ pitched On second out to halfback down Jackson football according fans to are(Hull.invited All area to Try It This Weekend Or Anytime"Kentvck
Wayne
\ attend the dinner and football
\
Set'RESIDENTIAlCOMMERCIAlINDUSTRIAl Mitchell who went around left
:* end but was stopped by Mike game.

Gaskins and Early Chandler
for no gain. Third down, Hull said the club has ( Fried CkiekclI
Jackson went around left end decided to ask for bids from ,
: DIAL 9646061SERVING on the sweep this time for various company's to see if a @
seven yards and a first downat better price may be obtainedon
STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 the BHS 46 yard line the letter jackets this year.
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 Live Oak tried the reverseon Next meeting of the club 1595 N.TEMPLE PHONE 964-5126
:, first down giving the ball to will be held at the field houseon
P.O. BOX 607 Kenneth Loston. Tornado Monday evening, Nov. 3, at CHARLIE AND SYBIL BRASWELL OWNERS

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I ;BHSFootballers Visit LO To Be 27 9 Victors } : .i>> I


Bradford high' gnaaers tooka at the BHS 19 hand of David McMillian
and the
trip to Live Oak last Friday yard ended in a 33 was named as the offensive "DeSue has been slowed by a Dwight Barber and he was
pass from for an interception.
night and came home victors quarterback sophomore back of the week on the BUS pulled muscle in the back but chosen as the most outstand Lineback Early Chandlerhad
after rolling 27-9 over the Bull- to tight end Donnie Jimmy Prevatt team. "He also did a lot of he will be back to full speed ing defensive lineman of the one of his better games,
dogs to push the Tornado Senior' running back Sewell. good blocking on the ends on shortly and still, he did a fine week" commented Defensive according to Sexton. Me-
record to 3-1 so far this Tommy and said
season. sweeps passes Line Coach Mike Sexton '
Reddish was Bradford's job."The Millian had seven tackles for .fr
"I was pleased with the leading rusher with Hurse win gave our kids a lot Barber intercepted one pass the night and Noseman Scott
overall effort and we playedour 112 yards in 21 a total of "Our execution was the best of confidence and it shows how and led the team in tackling Pooser got six and one assist
best game of the year offensively averaging 5.35 yards carries we have had all season and we good we are capable of being. with 10 and one assist. Hildreth intercepted one }
and defensively, lie scored two touchdowns a carry for deserved" and needed a good We worked awfully hard last "We are also getting consis- screen pass and sacked the
each complimenting the the night and win, says Hurse. "Jimmy week for the game and now tent play out of our tackles, quarterback four times, two a
other," commented Head yards averaged 36 Prevatt at quarterback is the players realize the value Mark Hildreth and Jimmy in
a punt as the boot times straight a row.
Bradford Coach David man improving each game passingand of hard Sexton. Clark.
Hurse for BIIS. work says Ends Dale Haas and Donnie Sewell was named
"Our defense game gave us Glen DeSue, with running "If we can hold this for the Sheldon Hodge both turned in offensive lineman of the week
good field position all night back muscle gained 77 a pulled Prevatt hit 63 percent for next five or six games we will real good ball games Hodge "He had his best game overallon
and our offense gave us the in 14 carries, yards the night connecting seven of have a good year." especially on the options," the offensive line" said Offensive .
drives we needed to win," second half to mostly average in five the 11 passes for a total of 110 "We got a real fine defen- says Sexton. Hodge also Line Coach Bill
commented Hurse. yards. sive effort from linebacker blocked
and a half a pass that fell into Hughes.
On three of the BUS touchdowns yards a carry. Reddish is more aggressive
A lot of these two runners'good "I feel like the offense goes
than he has been in the
the offense started past
running yardage be like the offense line goes. We
from its own 4S:: yard line. The attributed to the fine blocking can and this comes from his game UCShuts Out Warriors. put it together Friday night
experience, and he is improving
other touchdown drive started of "
fullback Matt Hull. Hull and the offense gelled,
.. ... rapidly, said Hurse. (From Page 10)) commented Hughes. "Part of BUS junior varsity Coach Harry Hatcher tries to get the
..
.... ... .... .... the problem has been con- right amount of people on the field while substituting In all
Starting from the' 20, the by a holdingnutty. fusion on the defensive plays players in the second half of a 32-0) shutout over North
: Tigers then marched 80 yardsfor From thr .K.i 23; Mark but we did not have any con Marion
i their first touchdown with Milton carried around his fusion Friday night."
quarterback Eddie Hazen the right end on a double reverse "We played Randall Hudson
.., regular starter at the helm. but LB defensive end Hal some at the offensive tackle Branding Iron, GF Leading
.. .
\j; ;: Hazen stayed on the ground Biddix played off a Warrior against Live Oak and I thinkhe
w '. with the option play off the blocker and stopped the did a good job" com- Local Flag Football LeaguesThe
.. .X'
... Tiger wishbone offense, reverse for a four yard gain. mented Hughes.
""'7. ; '" I" giving to fullback Andy On third down Milton got the
r \, Mike Gaskins was picked as Branding Iron Restaurant by Craig Sapp Savingsand
,,," ,,. ..'.. .. Howard up the middle or seven yards at left end to the the defensive back of the week and Guaranty Federal Loan team seem to be unbeatable
,.y" ..,:. .t l pitching out to the speedy and Tiger 14.On fourth down Price by Defensive Back Coach Savings and Loan are leading .
..'t':,;': : .....:......-' hard running Sirmones.On missed Sistare on a pass up Denny Hansen. "We did a their respective leagues in the
: first down from the 20 the middle which ended the
good job as far as the defen- Recreation Department'sFlag Strawberry Plants
1"r: fullback Howard hit right first half of play. Price's first sive backs are concerned and Football Programs as
guard for two yards with pass of the night scared Union they all did their jobs well." the teams move into their last Winter Annuals
;....... ...... Warrior tackle Ron Beasley fans when Milton got 10 yards "Live Oak did not throw half of the season.
making the stop. On second behind the Tiger secondaryonly much, but when they did we Guaranty Federal is on top) Vegetable PlantsNOW
down Sirmones got the pitchoff to have the ball over usually intercepted" commented of the Small Fry Division with AT ROSIER'S
)... the option and turned it on thrown by inches. Hansen. a perfect 5-0) record Sparked 301 8 WALNUT-ST .
Ti around right end, runningover West Nassau elected to
one Warrior and going 28 receive and Sistare put

..:'. yards down the right sideline everybody in the park on his
before) being piled out of feet by returning Sirmones'kick

? bounds at midfield.Middleguard. off from his goal line to -I 1iLi&rr!
J I Ricky the Tiger 44, a 56 yard run

..,,,;'.. Musslewhite stopped Sir- back. He was finally pulled
''' :
mones for no gain then line- down by Hal Biddox and
backer Don Wilkie held the Sirmones. Two illegal motion
hard running Tiger star to penalties killed the Warrior

t '. four yards. But the option offensive effort, however, and
.:. \. converted the crucial third Milton punted to the Tiger 10
'..... down play for Lake Butler as with Sirmones returning to the ttD family center
i
fullback Howard went up the Tiger 37.Junior.

..... ., .. middle for 10 yards before the speedster Luke
Warriors knew who had the Smith put the crowd on their .
Tornado Richard Lashley Is the night ball. The Tiger fullback got 32 feet again when he ran 29
receiving end of a Jimmy Prevail last Friday
pass yards, down to the Warrior to the WN 25 line QoooQ ru0
yard
against Live Oak helping BUS to a 27-9 victory over the Bulldogs yards aQoaaaiarke
four yard line on the same before Milton made the stop. u. OU1 Fla.
play A face masking infraction by SHOPPING .
BUS Sirmones found no room at the Warriors pushed the ball
left tackle on first down, on down to their 121-11 yard line. Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
Gridders Roll. getting only half a yard. He hit QB Danny Hazen was
lED hard at the Warrior right side blitzed by WN end Malcom
(From Page 10) again, on second down, and Webb for a seven yard loss out

...... yard line. On third down carried a WN defender over to the 19', on first down and
Jackson pitched back to the goal line with him on the Smith was nailed for a j-yard
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Hacker then connected with 3I/a-yard TD dive Sirmones loss trying to turn the WN end.
end Danny Linton for six kicked the extra point per- Rich Rowe and Dirk Wood
711 M.IUIS...STMXE..!/-Ttl/ yards and a first down at the fectly, but offsetting penalties making the stop. Sirmones 6 ipc

14 yard line. Two runs, cancelled the play. His second came back on a hard run from
gaining four yards each, try was wide to the left, but the 20 and went 15 yards to the r
NEW FORD pushed the ball to the four Lake Butler led 6-0 with 1:12: five yard line. He was hit and
yard line, then Hacker went remaining in the first period. knocked off balance at the line
over left guard for the Mike Sistare returned the of scrimmage, but he slid off
Bulldogs first six points with Tiger kick off, by Sirmones, to the tackle put a hand on the
TRADE INS 1-39: left in the third quarter.The the Warrior 23. QB Mike Price ground to retain balance and
kick by Bryan was good, stayed on the ground with drove on to the five before he M4IW
but BHS was still way ahead, Sistare, and fullback Elmer was pushed to the ground. ,
207. McKinnon alternating. They Still 4-yards short of a
USED CAR & banged out two first downs first down, Sirmones put on
BHS received the kick at the through the Tiger defense, his kicking shoe and booted a
32 yard line then ran into bad down to the LB 43 yard line, 22 yard field goal with 6:19: left CHILDREN'S
luck. On the first play Prevattwas the longest gainer an 11 yard in the third period, putting
TRUCK SPECIALS sacked by tackle Michael sprint around: left end by Lake Butler ahead 90.
Miller for a loss of 10 yards Sistare. Sirmones kick off sailed out COSTUME
then BHS was charged with a Mark Milton punted to the of the playing field and the
five yard off sides penalty and Tiger 7, and Joe Maxwell Warriors couldn't move after P
$ 9 C Q C W73 CHEVROLET PICKUP had the ball at the 16 yard line returned it to the 16. Fullback starting at their 20. Milton
with a second down. On third Andy Howard got one first punted to midfield and Fits Sizes 137
L P y 3 V-8 Automatic down Prevatt missed a pass to down on two quick dives of 5 Maxwell returned to the 36.CHILDREN'S '
Sewell and BUS had a punting and 7 yards up the middle. A Warrior 45.Fullback. > .
situation at its own 16. Red- five yard penalty pushed LB Lorenzo Griffin's
1972 FORD TORINO dish was back to punt then the back to the 15, from where eight yard run at the right side -*- EACHCOSTUME
$ 1595 snap came high and he was Howard got five more yards got a first down at the WN 35.
Tudor A. T. Loaded sent into the endzone chasingthe and Sirmones added eight Smith hit for 4 yards, and
ball before being held in more yards in two carries, Griffin got 11 more yards to
there for a safety. carrying Warrior linebackerKirk the 20 in two carries. On first L
Wood on his back for five down Sirmones powered his
SO COC 1"3 PINTO SQUIRE This made the score 20-9, yards on one run, but the way around right end used his !

0 if 9 Automatic Air BHS with second left in the Tigers ended up fourth and stiff arm effectively, and went WITH MASK Q7
third quarter.LO two at their 28. into the endzone with 1.05: left M $
got the ball on the 44 -Doug Barnett punted 32 in the third period. 1
yard line and on first down on yards to the Warrior 40 and Griffin's run for the two
GRAN TORINO Sport another pitchout pass Hacker Mark Milton returned the bootto point conversion put Lake Sizes S-M-L EACH
$32951973 connected with Ricky McCall the LB 49 where he was Butler up 17-0.)
Air for 25 yards and a first downat kicked out of bounds by Tiger QB Price went to the air
the BHS 31 yard line. linebacker Billy Cain. From trying to play catch up ball as
the LB 49 the Warriors started the fourth period opened. CHILDREN'S

S "7 1 OC 1974 CHEVROLET Corvette Then the BHS defense held their most serious scoring From his own 36 WN's Milton
LO to seven yards in three threat of the night, actually attempted a second fake punt,
f 190> 350 Hip Perf.Air.FM.4 Speed plays making it fourth down getting the ball into the Lake but Andy Howard was ready
and three yards to go for the Butler endzone only to have this time and stopped the play
first. Jackson had the ball anda the TD nullified by a holding for no gain.In Characters.9W!

TOYOTA WAGON,. hard rush had him penalty.On three plays Sirmones was
1972 -
S1 COC scrambling before Chandler a fake punt Mark Miltonran again in the West Nassau Assorted

1 J SI 3 Air Conditioned downed hit three yards backat 18 yards to the Tiger 25 for endzone. Pouring on the speed .
the 26 yard line handing the a first down. McKinnon got around right end he went 25
ball over to BHS. five yards and Sistare eight yards to the WN nine yard line
for a second first down at the where Ron Beasley finally
1970 FORDLTDAlltomatic BHS drove back to the LO 45 Tiger 12-yard line. Sistare dragged him down. A hard hit : TRICK or BAGS
$995 yard line before Prevatt went over left tackle for five at right tackle netted Sir TREAT
AirS fumbled on a mix up and LO yards, to the 7, before mones four more yards to the
took over at its 31 yard line. defensive end Billy Williams five where Don Wilkie and two
On first down Dale Haas and two other Tigers could other Warriors hauled him
1974 FORD GT RANCHERO rushed in to sack Jackson fora stop him. On second down down. From the five Sir. 2 O O A C
loss of seven yards then on McKinnon carried but a mones went through for LB's Now 2 5
OOSJD' 460 V-8 Air Auto Power the next play Hacker threw an motion penalty pushed the third touchdown. Griffin's a d
incomplete pass. Warriors back out to the Tiger extra point run failed and ; Only. FORt
12. On the replay Sistare hit Lake Butler led 23-0) with 3:03:
left tackle and left in the
was
stopped? game.
Jackson went back to throw
SPECIAL but pitched out to McKinnon Still the Tigers were not
and bad throw defensive
on a who scored on a play nullified through. Maxwell intercepteda ''L.
tackle Mark Hildreth snatched -
NEW 1974 PINTO NO. P2914 it out of the air behind Price pass at the Tiger 38 :
with little minute left
a over a
the line of scrimmage and the
j 10 Radio and Heater Tornadoes took over at the Archery in the game. Hazen passed to
Maxwell at the Warrior 24,the
BHS 44 yard line. HALF MASKT.G.&Y.
Hunt SetThe 48 yards, where
With runs of 2, 11, 5, 8, 5, 7, pass the covering tall Maxwell made a
$2350 and three yards by DeSue
annual Camp Blanding
catch and fell to the
leaping
BHS had the ball at the LO
InStocX 18 archery season will be open personalfoul *
ground. A 15-yard
yard line with a first down. the weekends of October 19-20, West .
Sale Tax Tall Title Then a 15 yard penalty the 26-27 and penalty against
Plus put November 2.3. Nassau pushed the ball downto Low, Low 15
ball back to the 33 yard line. Two check station gales the Warrior 13 yard line
located on the north side of the .
with two seconds left on
On first down Prevatt threwa SR-16 will be open around 6:30: Ea.MAKEUP.
SPECIAL high pass but tall tight end a.m. each Saturday and clock.

5 NEW 1974 MUSTANG II caught Donnie Sewell it and went jumped in for up and the dark.Sunday The until archery shortly permit after and out Sirmones again kicking His 30 yard shoe came field but KITS
goal was almost a miss,
last score of the game, han- hunting license are required.
and
referees ruled it good
No. 12939 ding BHS a 27-9 victory. This will be the first for a
Lake Butler had a 26-0 win as I
After LO moved into BHS which special will muzzle be in loader conjunctionwith hunt the game ended with the field

\nSlo $3100 territory at the 46 yard line the archery hunt on the goal.
with a first down. Hildreth last Coach Jack Jones led his
weekend November 23.
sacked Jackson for losses of Muzzle team, joyously yelling, Now
loader hunters must Buy
Title five and six yards.Then on the through the goal posts and 9
Tax Tall have the
Sales Camp Blanding :' '
Plus next play Pooser rushed in to in past a West Nassau team ) Ana Save!
\ sack Jackson for another 11 addition Management Area Stamp which piled onto the field after
to the hunting
yards putting the ball way license. Legal firearms must the game. F KIT
9: MIEorVBYRON ,TODA Y back to the LO 32 yard line. be flintlock or percussion -: t'i'
R Then BUS got the ball and ran whether La'..'I.r 1 0 11 0 26
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A subscriber tried to call the The 'irate subscriber hungup grumbling on the part of local several hundred names
.Starke Chief of Police at his the receiver. By the time subscribers since the com- protesting the quality of .at a f .

: home on a matter of urgency. the complaint could be pany started channeling its service since the move to

: After getting a busy signal relayed from Bonifay back to service calls through the main Bonifay.A .

: over a prolonged period of the local office, the office in Bonifay last June 1.
: time a call was placed to the emergency would have been two-page letter was also iP c.R
local office to find out if the over. "They told us the switch to written by Mrs. Joan Hurst

phone was out of order. The Bonifay would improve recently to James Russell, :3
service but it's just the Florida State Telephone Co.
result was the familiar This is just one of many "
recording telling the sub- complaints of telephone reverse, one disgruntled president, documenting five _
poor
,'P'scriber to place a long service that have resulted in subscriber said this week.A categories of "deplorable"telephone

distance call to the Florida petitions to the Florida Public petition was circulated service on phones "
served the Starke
n State Telephone Co. Service Commission, ]lettersto several months ago and by exchanger -

;v headquarters office in Florida State Telephone forwarded to the Public

I! Bonifay. officials, and widespread Service Commission with Mrs. Hurst said yesterdaythat j
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she had
received a long
3 distance call from Mr. Russellin v tw p !r//{ 1iG

Bonifay, in which the 1

;' Point 0 f. ... ... ........ .. ... ..... ... .. .. ... ................... ... president said he knew the t
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had service Starke during his recent reelection .M .r; ..,.
:'l problems in this area, but had campaign and "gotan ,& lRi.
not been aware of their earful" about local '
t magnitude. He added that he telephone service when he i.!
Too Little Too Late
had been in Starke recentlyand questioned voters concerningtheir
had difficulty placing a complaints about public -
:<. call to his home in Bonifay. utilities.In Chicken Eating BobcatThis

Long distance calls in Starkeare
handled through the Bell a letter to The Telegraphlast young bobcat was killed while feasting on a young fryer Saturday morning in Ernie
Will President Ford's "soft" The most controversial proposal -
program Telephone) Co. in Jacksonvilleand week Mr. Mayo stated Newsome's chicken house six miles south of Starke on SK-100.
tt for curbing inflation and beefing up the the five per cent surcharge on incometax are not a responsibility of that Manning Stair of the Newsome shooed the young lynx away but he came back Hearing/ chickens making a

lagging economy work? of families earning $15,000 or more the Starke office.In Commission's staff, would be commotion Newsome took his .410 gauge shotgun to the chicken house. The bobcat turned and
is too little to have much effect on the in Starke "checking out looked when Newsome got within 25 feet of him then went back to eating chicken until killed by
4 her letter to Russell, Mrs. service of this company the shotgun.
Well how WIN buttons have business and is extremely ill-
many cycle Hurst had said, "Trying to during the second week of There is a mother bobcat and five more young ones in the swamp behind his house Newsome
:" you seen on Call Street up to now? timed since already the real disposable reach the operator by dialing 0 October." says A highway patrolman shot at a pair of the kittens he found playing on a dirt pile beside the

.\ income of U.S. wage earners (net in- for special long distance callsis road, but missed with a handgun. Newsome says he will try to trap a young kitten alive.

Invoking memories of President come after taxes in deflated dollars) is next to impossible. I have Mayo added, "You may be

Roosevelt's bold and inspired leadership down three per cent this year. Nothingwas many times spent up to 10 assured that I am very
minutes in letting the phone mindful of the problems the Mrs. Nelson
the 1930's Mr. said about tax
during depression Ford an excess profits on and
ring not getting any people are having with
in his speech to Congress and the the billions that oil companies have operator to answer. This is telephone service in your area County Agents By ; .

i i I.i Nation warned that inflation unless ripped off from the American public inexcusable, especially in an and I am going to do *' n" New Head

; halted would "destroy our country our since the "energy crisis" began. emergency situation." everything that I can to insure Notebook' BobbyTaylor
that they will receive the
homes our liberty our property and
Russell told Mrs. Hurst he quality of service that they Of CUBE
: t finally our national pride:' Some of Mr. Ford's suggestions were was now "aware and con- are paying for." .

; good at least in theory but without cerned"about the problems in

J'P' But. in spite of his bite-the-bullet language compulsory controls there is little Starke. Mrs. Sally Nelson of Starkeis
The Commissioner said that If you are a cattleman and you did not attend the meetingof
Mr. Ford in the words of Senator likelihood that the American people will Also aware and concerned is Stair would submit a written Lake Butler last week you missed a good talk and some the new executive directorof

Proxmire came up with a nibble-the- pay them much mind. The least Mr. the Florida Public Service report of his findings after he good discussion about wintering your beef herd. Dr. Robert the four Economic county Agency antipovertyCUBB Inc.

marshmallow program which failed to Ford could have suggested would be Commission one of whose has completed his investigation Sand, our Extension Animal Husbandman at the Universityof and Daniel Gibbs of Mac-
drastic the Council members. Commissioner in this service Florida, did a fine job of discussing the alternatives that
deal with the energy crisis in strengthening new on Wage clcnny has been named 1974-75
cattlemen should consider during this uncertain time in the
comprehensive terms and without any and Price Stability by giving it delaying William T. Mayo visited area. beef cattle business. director of the agency's Head

hint of the compulsory controls that will powers over wage and price increases. If Start Program.

be necessary in coming to grips with there is not some real wage and price Dr. Sand's discussion was designed to assist cattlemen in CUBB (for Clay Union,

runaway inflation.Disappointingly. restraint there is no way to stop the deciding the best and most economical way to winter beef Baker, and Bradford Coun-
cattle that would be consist ant with obtaining satisfactory
ties) has been assured it will
continuing wage and price upward Letters performance from the herd next year. He said that the most continue to four-
to us. t operate as a
the measures proposed spiral and it is not realistic to think that important trait in livestock kept for breeding is reproduction, county( anti-poverty agency

by Mr. Ford followed closely the either management or labor will agreeto and without a calf any economics or programs for winteringa for the coming year, instead of

business-as-usual conservative stance of voluntary cuts in either prices or brood cow could h
Republican orthodoxy which as a the Editor. has been contemplated in
wages.
Here are some of the suggestions Dr. Sand has for our (the past. This word was givento
matter of record is Mr. Ford's stancein cattlemen.
the CUBB Board of
all his years in Congress.Mr. Just prior to a General Election it is Directors by Ms. Wanda

perhaps too much to expect Mr. Ford to -Take a good look at your herd health program. Practice Rachels, field representativeof

Ford's low-key ten point economic really "bite the bullet" with unpopular prevention instead of cure. Use the past history of your herdto the Office of Economic
out called from
TIME: TO SHAPE UP a neighbor'sphone determine vaccination for healthier animals.
program failed dismally in coming to controls and other drastic measures ORSIIIPOUT to Bonifay and was Opportunity's Office (OEO )
in
Atlanta
grips either with inflation or recession but until he does we will have to learnto charged 65 cents for this call, Practice sanitation around the farm or ranch, and iso the Regional September 23 director's, at

doing little about the first, and even live with inflation WIN buttons to Editor Telegraph: and 65 cents means a lot to late and treat sick animals immediately. Treat or control external meeting
senior citizens today.If parasites such as flies and lice. Remember that body
less about the second. the notwithstanding.Don'tBlame .
contrary The Starke telephone lines and tail lice compete for feed ai.d nutrition. Lice can weaken Mrs. "Nelson's appointment,
Florida State cannot meet
are in a mess. I receive many an animal quickly in the winter! time when nutrients are short made by the CUBB Board of
calls daily from our Senior its obligations, why don't they and costly. Directors was effective Sept.

Citizens and others in .the. quit and sell out? 23. Mrs. Nelson has served as

i StarkeThe Starke area. The Starke telephone rates Worms and other internal parasites can also rob the cow (the agency's fiscal since 1968.A .

are (God knows) high enough.It's and weaken her condition during this time.of the year. Dr. native of California, Mrs.
It seems that the Florida time for this company to Sand suggested that all cattle be treated for worms at least Nelson and her husband,
State Telephone Co. has left once preferably in the fall or early winter.
either shape up or ship out. per year Gilbert, have made their
in this
the people area We've been suffering long home in Starke for the past
lady was upset and justifiablyso. articles which while technically correct (Starke, Lawtey and enough. Another suggestion that is good but will be difficult for eight years.

perhaps give a totally wrong impressionof Kingsley Lake) in the lurch. -.1-. many of our cattlemen is to sort the herd according to age
our fair city. Many of the members of the Kerrigan' Lake and reproductive status. Dry cows without a calf and re-bred The new Head Start
Senior Citizens Club have L ;ver should be separated to the and lower levelsof
poorer pastures director, Gibbs is a native of
She was among thousands in all partsof called Bonifay, Fla., but they feed because their nutrient lower than
INVESTIGATION: : requirements are Macclenny who has studied at
the U.S., who had read news reports All of the stories concerning the publication get no results neither do I. SUGGESTED other animals in the herd. Replacement heifers, especiallythose L.P.A. Junior College,

datelined Starke Fla., describing in "Pit Dogs," and its dogbreedingeditor There is now installed in the that arc bred calve as two year olds, should be on the Williamson Fairfax School of
I cut this out of the Gainesville
gory detail the inhuman "sport" of were datelined Starke, and Starke office an answering Sun of Oct. 7, 1974. (The best pastures and should receive enough feed to keep them Music, and Edward Waters
carried the erroneous statement that service which tells us to call growing and gaining at least one pound per day. College with summer sessionsat
allowing fighting dogs to attack and Bonifay (no charge they say). writer refers to a news article
mutilate each other often the this magazine (if such an erratically from Chareslton, W. Va Florida State Universityand
to I can't do that because I am on II All open cows should be culled from the herd even the University of Florida
death. issued publication can be dignified with Southern Bell system. Our headed VV. Va. School BoycottIs though their market value is low at this time. Present feed and additional studies at

that name) is "published" in Starke. lines are clear and loud, but I Urged. The article states and wintering costs do not justify free board for an animal Atlanta University.The .

The letter received by The Telegraphlast Actually the "magazine" is printedsome when I call people in Starke or I that a fundamentalist minis their that will not produce a calf every year. This is also a good
I ter to
urged keep
parents
fifteen miles from Starke in they call me, it's almost time to get a physical exam for bulls. You cannot afford to "separation" idea for
week said: "The attached article impossible to hear because of I children home from public feed a bull that cannot breed and settle your animals during a CUBB was brought about by
from The New York Times another county. hum and static.I !school in a continuing protestof
regarding planned, 60 to 90 day breeding season. the setting up in 1972 of the
material contained in
publication of a dog fighting magazine 4 text- new State Planning and
similar letter .
books.Editor .
wrote )
has jolted my rather idyllic recollectionsof Starke's only connection with "Pit before and a Gerald Williams, Dr.Sand stated that grass during the late fall and winter is Development District

Starke. I do not imply that I envisionall Dogs" and pit dog fighting operations is Starke, manager of Florida There is a Fundamentalist generally an inadequate source of nutrients for most of the boundaries which split Clay,
'minister in Hampton with cow herd and supplemental feeding is The most Union, Baker and Bradford
necessary.
the fact that the editor-breeder lives at called and begged me
of Starke's citizens
caught up in this State vhat he calls the Hampton economical! and satisfactory method of supplying these Counties into two state
interest but it is an unhappy experienceto New River in the extreme western portion not to.write( any more letters ':Christian Academy. This so- needed nutrients will vary from farm to farm due to the planning districts. Local
to
editor. We proceeded
see one's home town mentioned some of Bradford County and gets his check to the out the trunk lines and alled: school doesn't have amount and type of forage availabe and the size, age, con- governmental agencies, suchas

what ignominiously."Pete mail in a post office box in Starke. We found that were faulty. J books or qualified teachers. It dition and pregnancy status of animals. lie said that hay, the Zoning Board with its
many to grade 12. blocks cubes saltmeal mixes, liquid feeds winter new land
us
are told that the breeding of the dogs is Of course, they were repaired goes up range or updating
forages be used to the needed and has been told
can supply protein
energy. program by
not illegal in Florida and the and service was normal This school should be in-
Sparks ( local owner
apparently a
resident Your selection and use should be determined by your per state authorities that to be
) is writer and editor of one of the declares that he cannot be held legally again. vestigated. -Joe B. Oliver sonal preferences, and labor time and equipment: availableto successful in getting federal

dogfighting magazines and in addition responsible for the use to which a purchaser But what now? One personin Star Route supply the feed to the animals.Community funds to finance programs,

reportedly breeds the pit dogs for Some puts the dog after it is bought. Starke whose phone went Hampton, Fla. .......... ............... ....... ... .. ..... ........... ... .... any associated local effort a state will planning have be
fighting. This leads me to believe are purchased for pets he agency. This is the new

perhaps inconclusively and unfairly that declares.We .
Education regional planning concept of
dog-fighting may be taking place in or FORESTRYaedy state planners in which county

near Starke. As the article mentions think we can say without qualification lines are disregarded.

this is an illegal activity in all states that no such dog fight has ever II IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Forester Discussed At RotaryThe Pending an opinion from he

that is currently under investigation bya been held in or near Starke or even in state attorney general,

.
House subcommittee in Washington. neighboring counties. The nearest one, -- however, the OEO field
Education with Red Cross instructors. A
to our knowledge was the event stagedin Forestry will be in the lime state. Each team will consistof Program Community has something for Folk Dancing Class will be representative, Ms. Rachels,
has told the CUBB board
"Time has dimmed major details but I Orlando last week which was raided light again next week in eight members. They will everyone Mrs. Bernice organized Friday night, Oct. OEO intends to continue that

do recall that The Telegraph accumu- by state and federal officers.No Florida with the annual FFA participate in a total of six Bateman coordinator told 18. at the City Hall.{ fund CUBB as a four-county to
Area Field Day followed by contests: Pulpwood estim- the Starke Rotary Club recently -
lated more than a few awards for excellence RJE Center <( the Florida Forest Festival at Sawtimber estimation
ation; ; but the problem is to
doubt the laws
while I was still a resident of concerning dog Perry. Ocular estimation; Land get the public informed and Involved Basic Classes and High School
fighting and pit dog breeding need Review Class, Monday and Prospects for continued
Starke. It is that
my hope perhaps you Measurement; Log Rolling in the program! which of
could encourage those fortunate souls strengthening and a number of bills are The FFA Field Day is heldto and Log Sawing. No indivIdual started in Bradford County Wednesday nights, 7 to 10 p.m. Action operation Agencies Community such

who feel afford now pending in Congress which woulddo give boys and girls a team member will be last January! she added. as
they can to gamble even event in which to BUS Gym- Weight Liftingfor CUBB. are good. Ms. Rachels
in these days of double digit inflation to just that. The Florida law is said to be competitive show their abilities in allowed than two to( participate events. The in more team Classes are now underwayin men, Mondays and said despite the uncertaintyof

find something less sanguinary and so vague that it is useless so Forestry which they have that wins the most points for seven communities, Mrs. Wednesdays 7 to 10 p.m. the future of OEO at this
correcting this deficiency will be another learned and polished during Bateman said and include a time. A part of the late
more humane to bet their money on. the day will go to the state Middle School Gym- President
job for the 1975 Legislature.All their FFA classes. This finals which will be held the wide variety of subjects and Slimnastics for women, Lyndon Johnson'sGreat
contest is sponsored jointly by activities including arts and Society Program OEO
following day, October 25, at Mondays and Thursdays 7 to
The writer's (we're to ) under the Nixon Ad-
glad
wrong say the FFA, Florida Division of Perry during the first day of crafts, weight liftings for men, .
of which we hope will straightenout 10 p.m.Lawtey ministration has continued to
conclusion just goes to show how an Forestry and numerous the Florida Forest Festival. and "slimnastics" for women,
innocent town can be saddled with an the record to some extent, and in the Forest This year's Forest Festivalwill as well as basic academic Music (vocal and be funded but the future of the

unsavory image through a chain of unfortunate relieve the mind of the distressed lady Products Industry. focus on the "History of courses for adults.The classesare instrumental Mondays and doubt.agency has been placed in

circumstances over which it who feared that Starke was literally Forestry In Florida. Duringthe limited to persons age 16 Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m.
The state is broken up into festival the Forest Capital or over with no limit on Sewing, Tuesdays and The OEO field
the -
to representative
has no control. This is not the first time going dogs six sections for these field State Museum will be maximum age. There is a Thursdays 7 to 10 p.m. here Sept 23, however

that Starke has suffered from news days in order to keep the dedicated. registration fee of $1.50 for encouraged the CUBB board

groups reasonably small in Why is the Forest Festival most classes but persons The primary purpose of the and staff to continue with
number and to eliminate unable to and senior(
held in Perry? Back in 1965 pay Community Education plans and proposals with a
\ Co unduly long, expensive trips. Taylor County( was named the citizens may register without Program is to carry the view of continuation of the
4 The field day for Northeast "Forest Capital of The South" charge. classes into the various agency. Ms. Rachels assured
1873-
Florida will be held on October communities of the county CUBB that should it be
atili by Congress in recognition of Mrs. Bateman outlined the phased
ra p4 24 at O'Leno State Park. the county's leadership in classes now being offered at rather than require the peopleto out. it would be ()iven advance
Teams from 17 counties will
forestry. Since 1928 an the following locations: come to one central notice and phasing-out funds.
0H7a be competing, including boys estimated 150 million seedlings location Mrs. Bateman said. Such action is not planned by
and girls from our Bradford have been planted there Park-of-the-Palms OEO at this time Ms. Rachels
47i. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER chapters. Led by FFA instructors is told CUBB on Sept. 23.
said have
; Paul Hutchins and Taylor County to ( Keystone Heights-) Anyone intrested in helping
Greg
Publishers Alvarez I one billion board feet of Tuesdays 1:30: p.m., Arts and to organize a new class or Separate county
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act showing in expect all events another( of fine the standing timber today! So Crafts. attend one already in organizations which presentlyexist

of March 3, 1879. Field Day. Over the past few plan to take a ride over to Hall- progress, may obtain furtherInformation do not threaten or
Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months. our local teams Perry on October 25 or 26 to Hampton City by calling Mrs. hamper the activities of
years have Arts
Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 six months. consistently been the learn more about forestry.Florida's Thursdays 7 to 10 p.m. Bateman at the Vo-Tech CUBB Agency but in many
among Crafts ((Including
and
second
Phorw964-6305[ Starke. Fla. best in forestry in the entire dustry. largest In- ceramics); also First Aid Center 964-6150. .'with cases it.work in conjunction





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I Merchants Wt Cutback In Police Budget . LAWTEY: EXTENSIONIIOMEMAKEKS CLUB TO National School Lunch Week Observed In Bradford SchoolsBradford I

(From MEET WEDNESDAY;
Page
it with caki. milk
Monday Spaghetti
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The matter The Lawtey Extension ford students participated in
was referred to Commissioner Marc Middle School
meat tossed salad.o'riday) (Chili with beans
can decide what to do. I say let Attorney George Pierce for Jackson moved that each of Homemakers Club will meeton students are participating in Universal Menu, when every French sauce bread milk tossed salad, cracker choco
the man know confirmation and WEDNESDAY, October 23. National student in the 2 pear
something a report the commissioner's be provided School Lunch Week country was Tuesday Hamburger on late cake, milk
now." back to the commission.The with a complete mon- 10 a.m. in the Lawtey City Oct. 13-19, by drawing posters served a menu headed by a bun lettuce tomato. French.
Lee requested that a special city's Board of Bond thly financial report. His Hall. depicting lessons in good submarine sandwich. milk
fries. "a peach juice
meeting of the commissioners Trustees T. C. Hazen, Jr., motion died for lack of a Topic for the meeting is nutrition. Wednesday Salisbury Strawberry Plants
be called for the purpose of George B. Flynn Sr. and second. "Shopping for Fabrics." All BMS and Vo-Tech Center MENUSOCT.21.25: steak, mashed
holding a hearing on his dismissal Jewell C. Fogg were presentfor "If the commissioner'scould interested homemakers are Cafeteria Manager Mildred Elementary and Middle mustard potatoes bread Winter Annuals
so that he would have Tuesday's meeting bymVllalion have had the kind of in- invited to attend, and join the Lawson shows a of BMS schools: milk greens corn
group
Vegetable Plants
the opportunity of being from the commis- formation that my motion Club. students the poster placed in Monday Beefaroni, tossed Thursday Fried chicken. J
present with an attorney to represent sioner's.In called for when they needed it This month the Club beginsits the eating area of the middle salad with tomato, apple meshed! potatoes sweet peas.rolls : NOW AT HOSIER'S
him. of new meeting format. At sauce, milk.Tuesday : 301 9.
an apparent disruption a 35 percent surcharge may school gym.Bradford down WALNUT ST.
pineapple upside!
After the discussion continued the lines of authority with not have been necessary 10:00: A.M. the business Beans and
at length, Mayor-Com reference to the responsibilities Jackson said upon failure of meeting and program will schools will parti- weiners, cole slaw banana
missioner Schaefer called fora of the Bond Trustees, his motion to reach a vote. begin. Club members are cipate Friday in a Florida bread, butter, milk.
motion to resolve the Mayor-Commissioner Mrs. Muriel Norman, repre- asked to bring a sack lunch menu, when all school Wednesday Pizza with
matter. With none forth. Schaefer called for a readingof senting the Library Board and a creative arts work day students will be served the ground beef, tossed salad with s
coming from the other com the ordinance describing made an appeal for funds will follow. This month the same menu, headlined by tomato, corn fruit cobbler
missioners, Schaefer relinquished their function with referenceto from the city commissionersto members will learn how to fried chicken. Yesterday milk. WHO IS LOOKING
his chair to Vice- city utilities and the power assist in the cost of con- make closet accessories. (Wednesday, Oct. 16) Brad- Thursday Fish and grits, OVER OUR SHOULDER?
Mayor Marc Jackson for the plant. struction for a new library Bring your lunch, and a wire -- turnip greens, peaches, hush
purpose of making a motion. Under the section of Powers building project under con- coat hanger and join us for a ----- puppies or corn bread, milk
At this and fun and informative meeting. Doing beats Friday Manager's choice An integral part of your pharmacy service
point Police Chief Duties of the Bond templation. Mrs. Norman said stewing.Arnold is iiivolvfil wllh tliokiiiK.. tlonblr-clieckiuK
Jimmy Bowen said to Lee, "If Trustees the ordinance says: that she had been told that Hope to see you there. M Glasow and then hnkiiiK i.iuiinure' to be absolutely.
they vote to give me the position The board of bond trustees, there were no funds availablein Bradford High School: po"itl.c.OlIrt':; it takes. ..111"1 extra time to do
back, it doesn't mean that subject to the approval of the the library building fund. New i""t this on every prrsi liplnui hut when it comes
you will be re-employed." council, shall: No action was taken on the Veterans service Officer to dispensing' u l1..dll'il1l' there is nu way \ve
Schaefer then made the ((1)) (Have full and complete request for funds but Mayor ran l.tkr> :i haute thai; ion .thiiiic may be
motion that former Police control and management of Schaefer appointed commis- wrong.
Officer Robert E. Lee be reinstated the waterworks and electric sioner Vernon Silcox to serve, Announces Schedule Of Hours .
to his previous light plant of the city. along "with himself, as a Other rhrek'old balances are involved

position with the police de ((2)) Have authority to make committee to work with the William S. Bill) Haas ment service six with the After his discharge, he com for in the certain procedure l>pe. ul'a l'niedinni-s uill Mm must am' ; requirements be reviewedperiodically 0
partment. In the vote that changes or improvementstherein Board of County Commis- recently named Bradford U.S. Coast Guard, and 24 with pleted his studies at the dating and expiration' dates must
followed Epps voted in favor and additions thereto. sioners on the building County Veterans Service the Soil Conservation Service. University, graduating in 1949 be watched.ml.. ot' course (there are govern-
with Schaefer while commissioners ((3)) Authority to purchasenew project. Mrs. Martha Dorko Officer to succeed A.L. Most of this time was spent as with a B.X. in agriculture ment rcuiilatioiis that must( be complied wllh
Silcox and McUae machinery and such as and Mrs. Faye Andrews two Crosby Jr., announces that District Conservationist, with majoring in soils. and these are oil en cheeked by inspector.
voted against Lee's reinstate the board may deem members of the Library the office will be open all dayon supervision over Bradfordand YOf OK YCM It IXH'TOI! CAN:'; I'HONE I'S:
ment forcing Jackson to necessary and expedient in Board, attended the meetingwith Mondays, and Wednesday Alachua Counties, but Haas is a member of the when you need a deliverUe will deliver
break the tie with his no vote. the efficient management and Mrs. Norman. mornings in the old Zoning Haas also served brielly in First Baptist Church in tl promptly uitlioul extra tharse .% great many A
The commissioner's then operation of the light and At the request of Police Board office in the new Brad- Clay. Baker and Union Starke, where he serves as a people rely on us |lr tli.-ir/ health. needs. Wewelcome
agreed that a special meeting water plant. Chief Jimmy Bowen, the com- ford County courthouse.All Counties. deacon, chairman of the requests' for deliver.* service. \ and charge
would be held by the Safety ((4)) Fix such rates and missioner's approved the eligible veterans are in- Born near Cleveland, Ohioon church trustees, and directorof accounts.
Committee, Police Chief charges for water and electric placement of a double-wide vited to come to the office Aug. 12, 1919, Haas came to the Adult-4 Sunday School .
Jimmy Bowen and Lee at a current as they deem reason- mobile home on property when in need of assistance, Eustis Fla. in 1936, where he Department. He is a past
later date. able. located at the south corner of and should bring their serial graduated from high school, commander of American 0 Phone 9646757KOCH'S i
More budget backlash came ((5)) Promulgate rules and Epperson and Euclid! Streetsin numbers, discharge papers, and attended the University of Legion Post 51(;, past Worshipful -
from a $3,500 item deleted regulations governing the saleof Starke. social security number, and Florida for two years before Master of Masonic LodgeNo. DRUG STORE
from the commissioner's new water and electric current. Albert Lee Crosby, Jr., claim number at the time of World War II. After the war he 35, former vice presidentof I'RES'Ell'1111:;
budget. The item is an old After a reading of the ordinance secretary of the City Zoning their first visit, the service remained in the Coast Guard, the Bradford County Fair I m( ;MISTSStarke da .
(going back to April, 1961)) commissioner McRae Board advised the commis- officer said. serving on the North Wind, an Association, and a member of 166 W Call Fla.
"gentlemen's agreement" said "Mr. Mayor, may I ask sioner's of a vacancy on the Mr. Haas retired on August icebreaker, on a trip to the the Soil Conservation Societyof ,
amount involving an obliga why you are putting the bond zoning board. Mayor Schaefer 31 after 30 years of govern- South Pole. America.
tion of the city to the Board of trustees on the spot?" appointed Commissioners
County Commissioners for the In the discussion that Jackson and Epps as a
purchase of US-301 right-of- followed it developed that committee to recommend
way at that time. over a period of years the someone for appointment to
The city, in another finan- function of the bond trustees the vacancy.
cial bind at the time, agreed to had been taken over by the The commissioner's approved -
Committee composedof of $33,000 to EveiyDayLowPricel FOOD
repay the county over a periodof Utility payment EveryDaylowPriceaiy
years for the rightofwayon members of the city commissioners the Burroughs: Company for
South 301. The agreed upon creating an effective delivery and installation of the BEEF
terms by both boards called by-pass of the duties that city's new accounting p
for the payment of $4.000 for the bond trustees are requiredby machine. FAIR REGULAR GRIND
seven years, and $3.500 for ordinance to perform.One SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
of the bond trustees
nine years, with final paymentby
the city to the county to be said that he did not know
made in 1977. about the city's purchase of a HOME SUPERMARKETS
In the preparation of the new engine for the power STARKE COFFEELrnotct
plant until he read it in the
the
new city budget $3,500) NOTESBY 320 SOUTH
item was deleted, whether by paper.Commissioner. WALNUT ST.

design.oversight The inadvertently county commissioners or by said that he Harold had Epps been KATHY BROWN $ ffVIIIVDAV LOW PRICIt, OOOO IIVIN
.
requested to ask the question, OAY....NLNT Iun 0000
nevertheless have FROM YOUREXTENSION 158 23.NNU .Tat QUANTITY LB 09c
included! the $3,500 in their "Does a member of the bond I A'O.'O HtSIKVID
budget as an item of revenueto trustees have to be a resident HOME LB we iii pleased a icustU.S.O.U. BAGCOUPONS
be received from th; city within the city limits?" [ ITtii FOOD STUMP
Attorney George Pierce ECONOMICS AGENT
said that an appointive position -
301DRIVEIN by the council did not :FURNITURE: :

impose residency the within requirement the city of LABELING consumers: ,GUIDESAs we often find EveryDayLowPrkc I EvcryDayLowPricc Every DayiowPrke Ii'L !

limits. ourselves in'the store shop BONELESS IICI* KEF BLADECHUCK FLORIDA GRADED
Mayor Schaefer put forth ping for an item for our home U. S. NO, 1
the recommendation that he bewildered and FRESHFRYERS
and end
IK allowed to sign all of the confused by up the many itemswe SHOULDER i ALL PURPOSE
Fri. & Sat checks for the expenditure of have to select from.
the city's money, with the With each advance in tech- POTATOES
.do you dare spend I exception of the payroll account nology that manufacturersmake s

as provided by city \ve become more rRR ..,Nruo..NN WHOLE
night ordinance. confused.) Have you ever NLtlllll 2 PER
City money is disbursed on looked at a piece of furniture LlgUlfE BAG
with Vincent Price of the Clerk and
the signature wood
and-thought it was onlyto
- Inthe Mayor-Commissioner, but the
have the salesman tell youit
I physical; act of check signing is plastic? We.need,lots of
I [ DayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke
EvcryDaylowPrkc CocryDayLowPric EvcryOayLowPrkcOMILIf EvcryDayLow EvcryDayLowPrkc Every
has been replaced by signa-
and information to assistus
I Irai facts f Blir BOSTON t.PU PUBPOSI NOW CROP
in the city's accounting CHUCK BONELESSBEEF ALL
ture plates the best decisionon BEEF RIB .
in making
CHUCK POT Pork ShoulderROAST "N ''Nt YELLOWROAST
-
machine for expediency what to and help is
buy ROAST STEAKS
I At the close of the coming. _......,...'.oo... an tao torn..U<*UNUUNU on ncctt APPLES 0 N ION 5tQI$149

'Nr An NMi MC.N PLUSShattering g1ERNNIIUNNL PICTURL meeting request.Schaefer withdrewhis New furniture labeling are guides now affecting in 9Uu -S 1.1 18 a 3LB PRO TO $II 1 118 LIPNQ TO 79c 4.: 69< LB 3 BAG 39c

Schaefer then made the recommendation -
effect. These new guides,
each of
the commissioner's that be Trade established Commission by the call Federal for IvcryDarlowMc* W E ryrMytowPrlc W E ryO W E ryttaytowPrk2KiN TfU *rje

provided l with a copy of each ** Wt
more detailed labeling and si

order month's to financial be properly operation informedat in should buying be furniture.a help to families BREAD ISSSL I j I HfPUR Xj;

all times on the city's financial Effective in March the new
Suspense condition, rather than guide requires labeling to give _
having to wait on quarterly information as to the material
reports from the auditors. used in making the furniture, 1 1
City Auditor Ned Scott, who such plastic, or U. S. CHOICE BONELESS |U. S. CHOICE BONELESS '
for the meeting, as vinyl I Daisy CheeseWHOLE ....OY:Y.II_ srq 10.
was present marble dust. This will certainly Bottom RoundROAST Eye Round
described the operation of the J 12 TO is
be a big help to us. Such $ 89 .
city's new accounting materials may be used to 100 i ROAST .1 2s
the commis- : Rounds
machine to
simulate other, possibly more .1, Bottom
; Le
sioner's and said that when
desirable or expensive
.
.
) S. CHOICE BOTTOM
U. S. CHOICE BONELESS
the system became fully oper- materials including wood Rd. CUT TO YOUR ORDER.VEIIDS THESE 'ITEMS
ational that a complete recordof leather or marble. In addition, RumpROAST 1 CUBE STEAKS ROUND CUBES
city finances, after the furniture with veneered con- $ ROUND GROUND EVE ROUND ROAST
$ 38I
closing entries for the month i59 STEAK EYE ROUND STEAK BOTTOM ROUND STEAK
struction must also carry that
; LI BOTTOM ROUND ROAST BONELESS RUMP ROAST
made would providea
had been information either on the : ;
complete financial} state furniture itself or on an attached
>nNigh ment on all city funds in about l tag.
two hours. The accounting One provision of the new EveryDayLowPriceLYKES EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice10O
machine provides an original guide will permit furniture to
and two copies of the financial bear such designations as PANTRY PRIDE MONOGRAM %PUMC FLORIDAORANGE

.usoN.. .....RN..'ON.pc'( report each month. Chinese Chippendale, French LONG GRAIN
_
=-.J Provincial or Mediterranean.The CALIFORNIATOMATOES
Commission believes
Sun & Mon. FLORIDATHEATRE most homemakers under i

stand that these terms WITH 1EANS OR PERFECTION FROZEN 6ox CANS
the describe the style of furniture
rather than the country of 3LB
WOMANHLNT origin. However, the guide 15oz 4/l CELLO 6/99
requires that unqualified CAN BAG
references to countries, suchas
Fri-Sat-Sun Danish, cannot be used on O GUM Iwt TDr ;' :,':':' \ :'
!
;
: : :
: OB COMPARE ;
furniture without the descripliveword"style"or"design. COMPARE -. ., I COMPARE ....,I ; ...- '

." I Pride Olives 49c 10. Cherry Peppers ".";: !"'" 25 "
C.MITROCOCOR. In the past, some retailers Pantry Pride Wipes 10' 49c 10. Pantry ; :: ?

High country adventure] removed tags and labels that Pantry Pride Cups co:ae. 69c 6< : Plus Meat v: 69c .. Roast-N-Boast ,'.? 4/51/ u.
ciu R information about the
WALT DISNEY, gave construction and compositionof Pantry Pride Cups coo.c 79c 4< I Pantry Pride Dinners 49' 1. ; Yellow Mustard "";."';""" 39 ..

t jIKeM N guide the furniture.contains a The provision new FTC to Pantry Pride Cups 'a-T: :r 65 14. I Macaroni Dinner '.. '".. < 4/l/ 11. ; Rain Check Policy !

stop this practice.Also Foam Cups .0:0: 59c 10. Taco Casserole *.??':;" 79c I0c I SOMETIMES WE UNAVOIDABLY RUN
the that
guide
provides OUT OF AN ADVERTISED ITEM DUE TO
Bears advertisers should be a reasonable 9" White Plates 'A'I"tool'.I" 69c 10. I Southern Maid Grits 75c 10. GREATER DEMAND ft ECONOMIC I

A NEW WORLD PIC IUHrS HILIASEPLUS .Irdi basis characteristic for any performance ad- 9" White Plates .'t.a.o, 99c 10. i Southern Maid Meal ;;0, 75c 10. I' CONDITIONS.WHEN I THIS HAPPENS. YOU CAN OBTAIN

vertised. This should 9" Design Plates .....ot..;.0. 49 .. I Wax Paper TT,;:." 29c 4. A "RAIN CHECK" AT THE OFFICE WHICH
eliminate much misleading I WILL ASSURE YOU OF THE OPPORTUNITY
a Naw __ TECHNICOLOR' advertising.when Aluminum Foil..,.,';;':'""' 4/S1/ ,Dt I Sandwich Bags rsSandwich ::'.:.0. 29c ''. TO PURCHASE THAT ITEM AT THE SAME
.0.- 0.<>1'0.0.0.0..0..0. a manufacturerclaims PRICE, JUST AS SOON AS WE CAN GET
.
just(or th.FUN of W.o!'., thata product has been Instant Breakfast CTSS79c:: : 10. ; Bags 's::'' 49' Ie I I THE ITEM IN STOCK AGAIN.
tested, he must provide clear !
faW DIsney$ \ understandable and conspicuous
.. E rrrkP.ntry
IvcryAiyLowfrlntVK ryO ylo
( results. No
A 1 tations can be made represen unless .. IWIITHIAH7 : *rt* PECAN NORWICH
i actual tests have been made BEEFSTEW LIQUID PINK rLOUNDERmtETS
T ASPIRIN
t 0 by qualified persons in. a' kkl DfTERGENT3l Bags B jg TWIRLS
THEY TAKE ON AlL COMERSiuAROUSERS J"O.o.o..o.oo proper manner.
Don't you think that these l.... 69c.N 3lUclobt'r
0 () i0 new labeling guides will make .
'. : ... .. .' 'L_.,, furniture shopping easier?
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Community



News



ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKEI R


NAACP NOTICE v I

The State Conference of ,

NAACP will convene at the

Flagler Inn in Gainesville

starting October 17 through

19.


..
BOY SCOUT TROOP ..
TO BE ORGANIZED ... FOR SALE: 6 by 9 rugs $4.50, 9 FOR SALE: 197312 x 60 Shelby t I

Plans are in the making to by 12 ruge 798. Also 12 by AutomobilesUsed 2 BR Trailer 782-3670 after 5 STARKE301 MOTEL
Plants
organize a Boy Scout Troop, CLASSIFIED AD RATES 12 and 12 by 15 in stock. p.m. New masonry homes, 3 bed- .Strawberry
Hundreds to choose from at room, 2 bath, central heat and
-
sponsored by Greater Allen -- - Winter Annuals Weekly & Monthly
Chapel AME Church, Rev. Deadline for Insertion Dahmers Discount tfchg. air, wall to wall carpets. Hates
Noon -- - -- -- 40 ACRE MONTANA RANCH: 6
Tuesday preceding PlantsNOW
II G. Heastie An- Vegetable
nouncements fastor. in Thursday before publication. SEWING MACHINES & 112 percent LOAN Beautiful, Small farm, close to Starke, 3 964-5974 301 Northtf

the various churches and in Minimum Charge 12.00 Vacuum cleaners, new and FOR SALE: 71 LaSabre Convert undeveloped rolling grass and bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. AT HOSIER'S
301 S. WALNUT
organizations as plans are (Covers 15 Words) used, repairs on all makes. Ph. Automatic. Factory Air pine hills near historic Miles ST.

finalized. Cooperation is Each word over 15 964-6210 or come by 444G Power brakes and Steering City. $210.42 down, $70.14 12 x 60 mobile home on 1/2 acre

needed from all parents and 10 cents Starke Plaza. tfchg. Lake Butler. 496-3755. Cdll monthly, $7,000 balance. I. I $ SAVE $

young adults who are willingto - -- ---- after 5:30: p.m. 10/17 2tp Excellent hunting and fishing. 200 acres, fenced, approx. 60 PumpsNew
give time for the help of a All Classified. Ads must be 10/24/ Easily accessible. Call for Mr. acres in pasture, $700 per acre.
FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler Brooks collect 406/656-0450. FRED
The needs paid for in advance unless you - - -- DAVIS
boy. community
have an established account engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer. 10/102tp 10/17 FRED SACKETT-REALTOR And UsedSALES
this for the
organization. young with the Telegraph in that Good condition. Kids lost -.- ---- - 205 N. Temple(US-301)) GMC TRUCKS
boys.A event 50 cents extra, chargefor interest. Must sell. 4732210. 964-6522 BUICK PONTIAC"A
Brownie has been "
organized also Troop for girls in the billing. Not responsible for tfchg. M & M Sales & Service lIittl4681753.; .. SERVICE PARTS L LITTLE RIDE CAN
------- ---- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
2nd and 3rd grades. Mrs. errors when given over the t MotorcyclesFOR J
Lennon Mrs. S. Morns, and phone or when copy is not Beautiful lot on Sampson NEW & USED DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS GREEN COVE SPRINGS''".
.
Mrs. Holiday will be workingwith typed and brought to the of- Lake.
Supplies
this troop. There will be a fice. Sewing Machines Plumbing JIMMY MOORE'S

need for other volunteers to Call Bill Powell SALE, C L 125 Honda 1 2698PLUS SERVICEON Sun SportsMORE
help with this organization. Real Estate year old. Good condition Vacuum Cleaners EXPERT

944-4464 1011 W. Madison, 964-6240 I TAX & TAG ALL MAKES BOAT FOR
CHURCHNEWS Parts Repairs, YOUR MONEY TF

Grt'att'rlIen Chapel AME: t:iFOR SALE J. Ralph Associate Bryan, Itchg.STARKE- -- -- - All Makes ..... PHONE 9647061Durrance STARKE PH 964-5791

Church. Rev. R. G. Heastie
964.6308 CYCLE CENTER 2W
pastor. Weekly services begin Call 964-6210
with Class Meeting and N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020. COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
FOR SALE Snapper riding NEED TO MAKE
SOME SERVICE
: Your authorized HODAKA co. DRIVE
Prayer Meeting 8 p.m 444 G Starke Plaza PUMP SUPPLY
mower, good condition, 8 HP LABELS Buy a Bymo Label dealer ? AND REPAIR
The second
Tuesday. Sundayin engine. $375. Call 468-1572, maker from us at The Office tfchg.------ 864-N.. TEMPLE AVE 1
November is scheduled for 1i COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Ask for Mark. Shop
Family and Friends Day. The i\.J. THOMAS.: Realtor i REPAIR
-- --
--
family that raises the highest -- ---- 821 N. FOR SALE: Pickett Templates,
YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, W\Ll'IiUTST., CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
amount over $25 will receive a V' """IIIj Trl. !>646162Masonry Lettering guides General use GLASS'FISHING' BOATS
for Xmas t
layaway now at WANTED 1
ceramic pineapple design I templates Electronic, Elipse ?
lamp as a gift. Everyone is Dahmers Discount. tfchg._ MISCELLANEOUSLOSE 4 br, 3 ba, WW cpts, t and Architectural. All for sale FOR SALE
---------- : Typewriter and
invited to participate. CHErA, BIRO, dishwasher, gar at The Office Shop. Phone
The fourth Sunday in BACKYARD SALE: BIG -- Sun. I bage disposal, LR, DR, Fla. 9646305. Adding Machine ribbons at

November Stewardess Board Oct. 20, 10 to 5.114 W. Call WANTED: Maid, experienced room utility, 2 septic tanks new, The Office Shop.

No. 1 will have their an- behind Stone Shoe Repair, WEIGHT safely & fast 2-3 hours per day in exchange some unfinished Hems. mile to

niversary. All Stewardessesare entranca on Walnut St. Items \with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. for room. Write box 359, school & stores,' Street to be BLANDING -
Starke, Fla. 32091. miNT'WALL PAPER
of all kinds. Itp REDUCE fluids Itp
invited to cooperate to excess with X- \widened & sidewalks added. 376-4551
------ ------ Pel, $3. Koch --- -- -- -- -
make this Drug's 9/12 Priced at $42,500.
a grand success.
The Choir Union will hold FOR SALE: Restaurant, fully Stchg 1031ALCOHOLICS WANTED: Maid part time, 4222 NW 13th St EILAhD WHALE

their anniversary also in equipped. 301 South. $6,000. ---- --- -- -- experienced. Starke Motor 100 acres old farm, minimumcost Gainesville J I

Hopewell AME Church. Longhorn Restaurant. Itp ANONYMOUS Court. DO NOT PHONE. 1tp to put back into production; ,HG IiAeei
-------- - -- -- -- TT.
-- --
The youth of the church will 964-7959 or 9645148. 10/3 V mile road front paved. 38
be working toward their Rally FOR SALE: Florida 90 13tp 12/26 WANTED: Used portable T.V. miles from Jacksonville. Priced onPaintrTung i
which will terminate the Strawberrie plants at L.D. Sets at Dahmers Discount. reasonable terms. ;
Day ---- ------ 0" fAint dwtg
Pr
Griffis. Phone 7823424.
second Sunday in June. All tfchg. SpecialNew
Lawtey, Fla. 10/10 2tp 10/17 WILL BABY SIT in my home Nameand..Wallpapers
--
-
adults are asked to please Mon.-Fri. 9645567. 10/10 -- -- 20 acres-well, light pole, septic
------------
with them. tank. Price $23,000.
cooperate
2tchg 10/17 Doublewide n" IIlAnda .BLvL------38&-506S
Last Sunday the Youth of FOR SALE: Used solid body
Jacksonville Fla. 32210
the church had charge of Gibson guitar with Gibson ----- ------- 440 acres part cleared & fenced. 3 Br 1&% Bath

services and a very in- amplifier at Dahmers SAWS SHARPENED, work ( HELP WANTED l 2 state roads. See us for price &

formative program was Discount tfchg. guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or terms. Only I $6995Your

presented. Mrs. Jackie Brown ---------- leave at Jackson Building OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

spoke on the subject, "Youthare FOR SALE: Beautiful 125' x Supply, Starke or Keystone New Homes in Starke and Rural
Gifted and Black." The 162.5' wooded lot. Oak and Heights. tfchg. HELP WANTED: Air conditioning 324,000.OOup. Small Down Pay. Doublewide 100 W. PH. 964-5606 v, '

program was enjoyed by all in wood trees. Well and septic - - duct installer Experiencedor ", yr 11Il
attendance. tank provided. Suitable fo no experience. Will train Specialists (

Sunday services will begin mobile home or house. I MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also right man. Don Brown Inc., HERE IT IS FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN

with Church School at 10 a.m. Located on 301 S. 'at State mobile home huuicane an- 301 S. Starke, ltchg-- Big "G"
Morning service at 11. Choir Road 227. Four miles outside choring and mobile home roof --- -- 3 BR 2 Bath, L.R., Dine Rm., OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

Union, 3 p.m. Afternoon city limits. 5500. Inquire at coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Kit., Fam. Rm., Cent. Heat & Mobile HomesHwy PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF

service, 5:30.: Visitors always 876 McMahon after 5 p.m Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. Air, C. B. Const. Approx. 1.13

welcome. Itchg Starke, Fla. tfchg LOST AND fOUND acres 7 Lg. Pecan trees, Chain 90 E. Lake City, Fla.
Pleasant Grove United link Fence.
--- --- -
-
-
- -- 752-3201
:Methodist Church Rev. Willie Call 964-6593 or 964-7826
FOR SALE: Feeder pigs, sows ELECTRICIAN: Sub.Contractor. TF
Stitt pastor. Prayer Meeting and turkeys. Call 782-3544 "If its in the home we do it."
each Wednesday night Bible after 5 p.m. 1tp Mobile home hook up and LOST & FOUND: REWARD: YOUNG ((8 CO.
Class each Thursday
night.
Lost Gold Foreign Coin I
-- -- -------- BRICK
Church School will begin repair. 9648087. 10/17 4tchg Bracelet 9646812. 1tchg.P" .
FOR bALE: 12 luot 11/7 Well Drilling Vacuum Cleaners
fiberglass
services at 10 a.m. Lovefeast
3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine
service, 3 p.m which con- fishing boat. $200.00. 5 ft ---- ----- Used Machines 40 Up
Rm., Kit., Carport Nice part of Fast Rotary
cludes services for the day. horsepower/ fishing motor, SEWING MACHINE REPAIR '" ... town.

:\tt.Ioriah: United $100.00. Excellent condition. All makes cleaned, oiled and Drilling EquipmentFor New & Rebuilt Kirby -

:Methodist Church. Church 9647767. 10/17 2tp 10/24. adjusted, $7. All work HOUSES FOR SALE
George Roberts Real Estate
School will begin at 10 a.m. At --- --------- guaranteed. James ... ...oIIII 964-7826 or 9646593eeeaeSe Expert Repair Service All Makes

4pm. the United Methodist FOR SALE: Zenith late model Strickland, Morgan Road and 2" Thru 6" WellsCall & Models
Women will meet. At :5 p.m. portable T.V., 19" screen. SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- --
built mobile
FOR SALE Custom
there will be an Administrative Exc. Cond. E. P. Renner, 633 3189. Also scissors sharpened : Us For 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 'Starke. Fla
home. 20' x 60'.2 BR, Dining I
Board meeting.All McMahon St. $1. tfchgOPENING ParkviewVillage
964-6279. Room, Beam ceiling lights Your Water System Needs
members asked -- - - -
are to Itchg.GARAGE I
Small down payment Take
be : Academic Kindergarten
please present. --- -- -- --
---
2'5.. Call Lu up payments of $93.33 per OG470S1Durrance
Choir will be
Anniversary ages I
SALE: Myrtle St. off month. 876 McMahon St.
held Friday night. Nov. 1, at 8 Sanders to register. Phone Mobile Pump a
W. Pratt. 2nd Street west of I CARDIN
Itchg. II BROS.
p.m. The cooperation of all Orange. Follow signs. Fri. and 964-8404. ltchg----- I I I SupplyDevelopers
--- -- ---- -- Home
choir members is needed. Sat. -----
Itp
Kbene/er Baptist Church FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER I Of
---- ---
Rev Leroy Davis pastor. Lake lot $5.000, 5 BR, 2 bath ParkNow Specializing In
Under
LOT
FOR SALE Ground Water
: High and
Saturday night Oct. 19 there Dry home $27,500, 3 BR home
located "Five Oaks" I t FOR RENT 1 SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION AND
will be a program in behalf of near $9,000 13 acres with pond & taking applicationsFor 864 N. Tem le Ave.
Starke Golf Course. Lot #3. HEAVY EQUIPMENT
the Family Day activity. Mt. 198 x 126. Culverts and drive 63 acres near Raiford $1,350an residency Starke Fla.
Sinai District will
Choir
sing. acre. Ray Powell Broker.Ph. .
off of hard road. Well SPACIOUS LOT SIZE Sales & Service TFN
The Family Day activity will and tank included. Electricity pump FOR RENT: Heated, A/C 2 BR 496.3033 or 4963861. .SWIMMING POOL PHONE 964-6750

terminate Sunday. Oct 20. House on Kingsley Lake $125 tfchg ...
Each family is asked to bringa already 10/17 on lot. 9647767. per mo. Call 964 6810 after 4 -- - FACILITIES lh' &0W
basket. A business 2tp 10/24. PLAYGROUND o ChampHome
meetingwill p m. Itchg. ;
be held Friday night -- - -- -- -- FOR SALE: Sacrifice, 6 mo. old P. o. Box 128 STARKE FLA. !
-
---- .CITY SEWER
& WATER
HURRY BIG SALE 1974 Crownhaven 12 x 65 3
before the third Sunday at 7 come see
FOR RENT
Furnished and
RUBY GRIFFIS, GRIFFIS : efficiencyapt. BR Mobile home. Central .GARBAGE PICK UP f r I

p.m.Greater Bethlehem TRADING POST 2 1/2 miles $75 per house mo.$125.2 BR Phone unfurnished heat and air. Bath &'/, wall LAUNDRY FACILITIES muilding Material .

Freewill Baptist Church Rev. 301 N. Going out of business. 9648404. to wall carpet. $500 equity and .CONVENIENCE STORE ?, -WE BUILD Boyd Soul Brother and Day
Jasper Williams pastor 50 percent discount on entire ltchg----- assume balance. Can be seen .NEAR SHOPPING

Weekly services began stock. Get your Christmas FOR- -RENT- -: New double-wide at Itp Dee's Trailer Park, S. 100. (Bradford CENTER.) '" YOUR PLANS OR OURS and Nit. Janitorial: Services
here.
Monday night with the Tiny bargains EVERYTHINGmust
Mobile Home 3 miles West of On KOA Campground l YOUR LOT OR OURS" have merged to
Tots and Ushers Board No 3 go. OPEN 12 noon til 6. --- -- - : bring you
10/102tp 10/17 Lawtey. Phone 7823025. lip on 301 South
meeting. Tuesday night [f' FREE ESTIMATES
Senior Choir Meeting. Wed- -- -------- --- -- -- -- UNITED FARM AGENCY INC STOP IN OR CALL A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced -

nesday night Prayer Meeting. FOR SALE: Case pocket knives FOR RENT Housekeeping & Reg. Real Estate Broker REMODELING REPAIRS staff to meet your needs promptly.
Dahmers 9&4-8484'
now at
Thursday (tonight) the Ladies Discount. sleeping rooms available. Paul Faulkner Broker ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT'SOL.D Home Business Industry

Circle meets. Friday night tfchg. Lounge & restaurant next Irene Faulkner Assot L 9/28.10/17 4toa I
-- -- Floors-Carpets -Windows, Etc.
---
--
--
Prayer Band meeting. Sunday door. Come to Underwood Robert Faulkner Assoc e e e e eWe

is Pastorial Day. Church Motel. 10/10 2tp 10/17 Louise McRae Assoc TRADED Renew the beauty of your trailer,home,roof,patio or

School at 9:30: ( Morning WATSON'S -- ------ ACREAGE FOR SALE pool.

Service at 11. Dinner will be HOUSE OF VACUUMS FOR RENT KINGSLEY LAKE 2305 N. Temple Ave Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam
served at 12:30.: At 6 p.m. Two bedroom, furnished Starke Fla. 964 5065 now have a fulltime appliance 984-6853 and-or chemical

Many brands of Duplex aprtment, A/C/ on repairman for all your
Evening service. new vacuums HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF Lawns and hedges cut-yard maintenanceJunk
Free Canaan True Church $39.00 up. Used machines lake, private dock. See MerrittH. WANT TO SELL OR BUY I repair needs.

I of God In Unity, Elder from $10. Expert Repairs all Williams, 119 N. Walnut REAL ESTATE' CallBadcocks and scrap removal from homes or stores
Sampdon White pastor. makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Street Starke or Call 964-5391. BRASINGTONCADILLCOLDSIOBILE

Wednesday night Prayer all vacuums. Built in tfchg Call Us For Best Prices 944-5389 ; Paintinginterior and exterior
and - - -- Prospprn ,
Meeting Terry service. central vacuum cleaning Waiting tfchq SALES&SERVICEFine

Friday night Teaching and systems. 712 N. Main, FOR RENT: New 3 BR 2 Bath 964-5425 964-8359
selection of Used Cars
Prayer service. Church Gainesville 3767110. TF x 65 Mobile Home in INSURANCEAT

School, 10 a.m. Morning -- ---- -- Lawtey. Call 782-3806. Itchg Taken On Cadillac:Trades
REDUCED RATES BRING NEW If 2001 N.W. 13th 378-5301
service at 11.
Evening service, --- -- -- -- -
FOR SALE: Good Steak is New Soil Extraction Methodof
The
GAINESVILLEDavidson Announcing
7 p.m. I12 I- AUTO, FIRE, BOAT LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
cheaper than bacon. Call J. R.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trailer on
:Mt. Pisgah AME: Church DOYLE E. CONNER
for freezer Cleaning
Wainwright
your Carpet
Rev. B.J. Franklin, pastor. Griffis Loop. 964-8816. Itp
beef. Phone 9647835. 1tp INSURANCE
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Church School, 10 a.m. AGENCYHG Revive the original beautyof
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Morning service at 11. Afternoon I FOR RENT:' Tucks Drive-In your rugs. Cleaned in Not Foam, Shampooing or Steaming
service, 4 p.m. FOR SALE: One acre cleared, Restaurant on Hwy. 301. 964- your own homey

Country Club Estates. $5,000. 8774. ltchg------- Von Schrader Mobile Home ParkIn Soil Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap
NEED TO CLEAN YOUR 964-8087. 10/17 4tp 11/7 -- Cash ft Carry TiresI dry-foam: method. and water and almost Immediately ready for use.
------------ No muss.No fuss. City Limits
TYPEWRITER? Come by FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart-
The Office Shop and pickup FOR SALE: Hay, Coastal ments. Ph. 9646947. 1tp 412E CALL No odor.Use the We are now giving free estimates and setting up ap-

some liquid or sheet Bermuda, $1.75 per bale. 964- ------- -- | TIRES same day. $30 Per Mo. pointments for no earlier than September 20, 1974.

cleaner for your 8241 after 5._ Itp ,FOR RENT 12' wide mob e- FRONT END All work Walk To New r
typewriter.FOR --- -- --- --- To Introduce and this of ;;
homes outside city limits. J.B. guaranteed.Phone promote new concept carpet
GARAGE SALE: Friday October White. Ph. 9646114. If no & for FREE Shopping Center cleaning the first S customers will receive their carpet

SALE All types of 18th. From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., answer call 964.8775. tfchg. BRAKE SERVICE estimate City Ou. Water. S.w.rOn cleaning for Half Price.In .
Colored Pencils in stock at 403 S. Cherry Street. 1tp
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The Office Shop. Color ---- -------- 964.5800 today. 301 South addition we now feature odor removal and Scotch'

brlte Non-Face. 20 cents FOR SALE: All kinds of FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfur- QUALITY TIRES & gard protection.
each. Thick lead nished house, convenient to Jolu Motel
opaque office, home, and school SERVICE FOR
LESS
colorama 30 cents each, Come everything. Ph. 964-5476 or M&M Sales & ServiceI646210I 964.5425964.8359''
suppllei. by The
and also colored TFN 964-8810 ;
Mongol 9646374. Itchg. ) 444 <3 Stark Plaia
Office Shop or call 4-t30S/ '
penails. 11 each. 9/29. Tchg. 1114"I
cents Stopin -- -- -- --
for service.
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