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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 24, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE In another of a continuing series of ,

Daylight Saving Time Ends meetings on the problem of garbage disposal the county

commissioners were told Tuesday night, October 22, by

Sanitarian Jack Trawick that he had been advised by

Sunday For Next 4 Months telephone that one of the landfill sites under consideration

The nation will officially revert to Eastern Standard Time by the commissioners had been approved for use, with an

at Z a.m. Sunday October 27, which means that If you are a approval for another being denied
stickier far details and perfection that you will have to stay Trawick said that following an inspection by officials of

up until 3 a.m. on Daylight Saving Time, as the clocks are the Department of Pollution Control's regional office in
now, and set It back one hour to be In tune with official time. of the
Jacksonville last Thursday two proposed'landfill
,
I' you are not concerned with the officiality 0' the time
change and don't want to stay up until that late hour, or arise locations, the one at Keystone had been approved, but the

at the early hour,Just set your clocks back before retiring for one near Lawtey had not been approved, as yet, because
bed Saturday night If you customarily retire at midnight set of shifting sands.

the clock back to 11 p.m It won't be official but it will be With a January 1, 1975 deadline rapidly approaching for

correct at 2 a.m. the commissioners to get into compliance with new state
By setting the clock back an hour Saturday night you will
have gained an hour's sleep by getting-up time on Sunday regulations on landfill operations going into effect at that 't 'Ix t rd flht'gyt17
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It will also mean that the sun will rise an hour earlier by time, the commissioners have not yet nailed down a mal J 4
the clock and will eliminate the need for school children to decision. Another meeting is set next Tuesday at 8 p.m. to j

meet school buses In darkness, as was the case last winter continue discussion on the problem of solid waste dispos.11. I
As an energy saving measure Congress approved year-
round daylight savings time last December, and received a Still under consideration is a plan to enter into an

multitude of protests, principally from parents 0' school age the prospect of joining with agreement with Bradford" .... "J"WiI "" 'I''''' 'Vo''TI _,..,,- ,It _-L''''''''''' j"_''''''''''' '''h ,, -.." ........."""".,."
children. Sunday's change will end 10 straight months 0' the Clay County Commission County for the use of the '
DST, for the use of a 114 acre land- property.If From the left: Karen Reddish, Shl'ilalack! "ickie Williams The QUl'I'n's Court and Queen Beth Chapman !smile atop
On September 30 the House and the Senate voted a return fill site to be leased to Clay that approach is taken Tina Kelley and Queen Ht'th. the senior float during the Ilomecoming parade last 'ridd.v. I

to standard time for the winter months 0' November, County by the State Armory Bradford County will have full :
December, January and February. Board for a 10 year period, control of the operation of the
Standard time will be effective until the last Sunday In with an option to renew for 10 landfill site, with use of the Beth Crowned Queen
February, 1975 when the nation will again go back to daylight more years. This site has site being restricted to Chapman
saving time already been approved for use residents of Bradford County
But for now Just remember to set your clock back one hour, by the pollution control officials and Keystone Heights.
back one hour, back one hour. but the long haul
distance from Bradford "You're in trouble, we're in Of 1974 Tornado
County is the principal objection trouble. We've got the land, Homecoming
Girls To Join For Cheering: Section to its use. you've got the equipment,"
Ed Johnson a member of the
Girls in the first through The girls are asked to wear Another possible solution Keystone city council and the STARKE Bradford Mathews, daughter of Mrs. (o'1'ick. DCT Connie Jones,
fifth grades that attended the red and white and to meet at being deliberated is the use of airport committee told the stadium was the setting for Kathryn Mathews of Keystone Hex Sit mt'r and Jarotha
I summer cheerleading clinic property located at the commissioners Tuesday the crowning of the 19NI Heights Morris. Elva Hampton; FBLA
will join for a cheering section the BHS gym at 715p: .m. For'. Keystone Airport.The City of night "We would certajf\l .' Homecoming Queen, Miss!! Each class performed a skit Lynn Pierce and escortjester '
-,- 4\;." at the Fernandina game more information call Melba Keystone Heights has already like to see somethlhf"wor\.W! \ Beth Chapman, daughter of 'at'the' Whirl and weir.'judged (, A8J1tfl-\WllI; FCA -

which will start at 8' p.m. Howard at 964-0092 or 964-6470. went on record and approved (See Page 5) .t Mr. and Mrs A. W. Chapman by Hardrick Taylor, Pat Laura Thomas and escort.
'j' of Haiford. 0Beginning Farnsworth and Linda Jimmy Pre\att; Interact
Lawson. Vorease Patrick and escort
While at Bradford High!' she The junior's skit, "The Handy Chi tty ; Pcp Club .
has received the Star Award Tornado Drive of '1'hirtyFive. Debra ,Jordon and escort
Violated Own Code for Outstanding Junior. She is :' was the winner. The Tommy Wise: Science Club -
City
vice-president of the Civin- seniors came in second place Sharon Lavender and escort
ettes a member of the student with their skit \Iemoraes: of Donme'd:' : and Spanish
council and Bi-Racial committee Davie Hurse." Other skits Club Debbie Mitchell and
and an honor student. were freshman "The Game escort Matt 1I'ITt'S
Members of the ( ueen's that Wasn't Boring" and
Chairman Court and also BHS senior r I4" ,) sophomore "Those Were The
Zoning Charges coeds are: jJ ., Davs."

Sheila !Mack daughter ofMr ''i r.< :.(,,1: ::1. This year's homecoming SllspectHeld
-- and !\Irs. Frederic !Mack was boosted bv 01 teachers

t The Starke City Com Farnsworth, chairman of the the legacy left to them by the and making inspections of Starke. her reign!' over committee consisted of James
mission acted without City Zoning Board.Farnsworth present council," fo arnsworth "These are technicalitIes that Tina Kelley. daughter ofMr. homecoming! al Bradford Swinson. Mary Osborne, IflSIUllg
and !\Irs. l\I. C. of Combs and Chairman
authority and violated its own who has said. "There is no planning for could be worked out," Farn- Kelley high. Beth Chapman was Edith
zoning ordinance in granting spearheaded efforts to get the orderly growth of the Ity." sworth said. Lawtey. caught just alter !She was \\'arney Atkinson.
Karen Reddish, of the floats
permission last week to Police city to upgrade its zoning daughter crowned al Tornado' : W hirl lastThursday Judging were
since his Farnsworth said the present When the proposed merger Sheriff andIrs! Dolph Starke Elementary School ;
Chief Bowen to move a practices ap- night.PhyllisContrears
doublewide Jimmy mobile home onto pointment to the board, called City Zoning Board favored the was first diSCUSSed, County Reddish! of Starke. Principal Carl Clark Home
and Euclid the commission action illegal proposed merger with the Zoning Administrator L.M. Vickie Williams, daughter daughter of Economist Kathy Brown and
lot
at
a Epperson ordinance County Zoning Board and Gaines said the service would of l\lr. and l\Irs. Charney l\lr. and :\lrs. Ollie Bruton of Attorney Dudley lIardy.
since the
Streets without giving 15 days zoning ItAIF'ORt A is in
advertisement of recommended it to the city cost the city $3,600 a year, and Williams of Starke. Starke; sophomore Pam The sophomore class flo.lt. suspect
to Pat requires
notice any Correctional
legal according application for change In commissioners, but that the estimated this amount would The BUS student body voted! Tucker, daughter!' of Mr. and "Tornadoes Boogie-Down the (Institution'uololll at Union in the death of
zoning or placement of a matter seemed to be bogged be more than offset by the after the five coeds were Mrs. Neil Tucker of Starke. Bulldogs," was the winner who and an
mobile home in the city before down at present because of savings to the city of not nominated by the senior class. and Brenda Guion, daughterof and the senior float came in died inmate:Monday collapsed alter being
action is taken by the zoning some opposition on the having to administer the Class princesses for 197-1. :\1 rs. Leola GUIOn; of Starke; second. stabbed the educational
board. commissIOn toward giving up zoning and bUilding codes, and were: frpshman Sonja Tenly junior Cindy Gissy daughterof Club Sweethearts with their In where he
Bowen made application for city jurisdiction of ad- by revenue from building daughter of !\Ir and Mrs. :\lr. and :\Irs. Joe Gissy of escorts were: Chorus Gail working building according 10 prison was

a permit to the City Clerk on ministering the building code permits. Sonny Tenly of Starke. and Starke and Develyn Lavender. escorted by Dennis oft iCla I,;.

September 24, but when he
Being held in the slaying is
appeared at the October 7

I I I he meeting that was because advised of the the by Zoning Farnsworth application Board Safety Of Students Eyed During Projects At SS, SE according inmate The\Il'l'hnton: to stabbing Supt. H.Isaac.occurred D. Massey -13-,


had not been advertised in the alter an apparent altercation
local paper that the board STARKE A precon- Dewey McKinney of Southside to be issued Monday. The cafNerias and administrative "This ends our contractural" between Isaac and the victim
could not act on the ap-- struction conference to ensure will be the school board's on- contractor, Aetna Mechanical areas .It the t0 schools. agreement with llr.Iorgan.! Supt. :Massey said.

plication under existing or- the safety of students while the-job inspectors, the Contracting Co. of Jackson The $"' 3.996 contract was TUt'the d.lY.superintendent When the school said Arthur L Sands 28. serving
classroom improvements are said. will have 60 working
Daylight Saving Time superintendent vjlle
dinances. awarded toAetna on Oct. 16 at board in a seven year term following
reorganizes
under at Starke and
Ends Sunday way days to install new heating
2 "We told Mr. Bowen that he Southside Elementary Schools to and air-conditioning units and a special meeting of the :November' it will be tree to conviction on a breaking and
a.m.Oive Workmen were expected
could ask the commission for was held Monday afternoon be the site yesterday install new lighting in 33 board. $"' 0.000 in state funds negotiate!' with any ar- entering charge in Dade
on included in the schoolboard's County, was pronounced dead
----- to advertise and are chitectural firm it desires,
permission with school principals, the at Southside and
(Wednesday, Oct. 23)) with the classrooms
for the llondaOdober 2t, about
call a special meeting for two subcontractors, new budget Temple points out.
contractor, official notice to proceed due Starke Elementary plus
To State Board of to:53 a'.m by prison doctors.
weeks later, Farnsworth and job foremen present.It 'job. But On the $130OHO loan which :
UNICEFWednesday said, "but we did not Education rulings prohibit SupL Temple received ap- Prison officials said that
the is the first time con- expenditure ot'state funds on on Irom school board
recommend that commission Sands collapsed in a corridor
Evening act on the request struction will have been underway Union, General'sFuture 1ir-condltlOning of existing Past week he says $75OHO( w III shortly alter 10 a.m. Monday
Oct. 30 before it went through proper with Bradford schools classrooms. So the board has go to complete the bus barn and other inmates carried him
730-:30p.m. channels. in session, points out Supt. stipulated some $30.000 in now under constructIOn I fill 10 the prison hospital where he
Bowen told the commission Jim Temple, who called the local funds for that purpose, dirt paving!' and an engine died without making a statement .
Methodist and that he had purchased a Monday construction Discussed which hi included in a short lift). $-1.000: for tour new
Presbyterian Church doublewide mobile home, that familiarization confab. term $130.000 loan floated this school buses for next year, The inmates death was

Youths Will CollectHALLOWEEN it was being delivered, and he Student safety dominated Officials Health Care Facilities Inc.. week at the Florida Bank at plus $30.000 for the board's caused by a stab wound In the
LAKE BUTLER
had no place to put it. He also conversation. did make an offer to reopenthe Starke. share of the SS and SE pro- upper portion of his left ,.
----- said that he had obtained the Because a major portion of of the Union County Hospital Supt. Temple stresses that jects. If any of the $1-10.000 breast, inflicted by a small
on a management
signatures of the work will be new electrical met with Dr. Richard facility when construction is going on, in state funds budgeted for the sharp instrument of kind
some
necessary fee basis of $36.000 ,
surrounding property owners, wiring safety of the children Reynolds of the University per year in two rooms at a time SS and SE projects is left, which has not been definitelyidentil'ied.
additional
with the stipulation
is the main concern of school Hospital in Gainesville students will be moved out of it will into
who had no objection to his Temple says go .
Trick or Treat proposal.It officials. That was stressed to Wednesday,October 16, for an that the salaries of an ad- the rooms. When they move upkeep on air-conditioning i
Ned Thursday Is acceptable for the workmen Monday.No exploratory discussion with ministrator and comptroller back into the rooms the systems throughout county Preliminary investigation
Everywhere I commission to disregard a materials will be left on reference to the future would be paid from hospital lighting system will have to schools. Engineer George has not disclosed any Wit-

recommendation or reverse a school grounds when work- operation of the closed Union revenues. function, but the new heating Brown is still working nesses to the incident, which
----- decision by the zoning board men leave the area each day. County facility. Their offer was declined by and air-conditioning systems tenaciously on the Vo-Tech presumably occurred in the
Farnsworth said, but the Parking 01 vehicles, as well as Butler the trustees. will not function until completion and Middle School air educational bUilding at the
The in Lake
Halloween have routes to be used to enter and hospital of the projects two Temple prison where Sands was I
commission does not has been closed since last Meeting with Dr. Reynolds conditioning system
Carnival leave school grounds, was months hence. Until the working as a custodian.
authority to Initiate action stipulated."My May, due principally to a and taking part in the says.
without advertisement and discussion were Chairman remodeling work is completed
Fish Supper at review of the application by main 1 Qoint; on safety is shortage of physicians Buckner Lewis Carl Brown the existing heating
Lawtey the zoning board, he added.In that you don t take anything Two groups, The Southern and J.D. Griffis of the systems will be used. Arrested In Brelll".ln I
around
for granted an Adventist Health and Hospital Board Clerk Robert
Sat.,Oct. 21S acting on the con- school, when Hospital Two more break-ins. oc- t
elementary and STARKE Four juveniles
Inc., of Orlando, A. riggers commissioners Architect Don Morgan drew
p.m.. troversial permit, Mayor you're dealing with children" 6 Health Care Facilities, Inc., of Paul M. Rlherd and C.U. plans for the new bus barn and one adult have been curred over the weekend. The :
Commissioner Charles to 11 years of age, Supt. Fort Lauderdale have each Crews, Senator Sam Saun- I operations center) now arrested for breaking and high school symnasium was
c.;,_. ., Schaefer and Commissioners Temple said. conducted surveys into the ders, Rep. George Grosse and nearing completion as well as entering a residence on West entered through a window of
Jimmy McRae and Harold the and the desks and
"The thing we wanted to past operations 0' the Rep-elec. Sidney Martin of SS and SE renovations several Market Road In Starke ac- building
f mODulI.Udty Epps voted In favor 01 issuing the really go over with them was hospital, but have failed to Hawthorne.No years ago. That is the reason cording to the. City Police boxes were rifled but nothing
.Blab gunk the permit Voting commissioners against for the principals to know the reach a workable agreement Supt. Temple says, he agreed Department.The reported missing. The high
move were with of final conclusions were arrests were made by school cafeteria was also :
the
construction plans In detail sothey'd Board of Trustees to use Morgan on the present
.. Vernon Silcox and Marc know all the pertinent the Hospital for it's re- reached at the exploratory construction to prevent a Captain Harold Crews follow- entered and the thieves .
'- ...................... Jackson. ,.. Information about the con- opening. Both groups being discussion on the future legal tangle with the ing an investigation after they removed some hamburger It.)
"
Ri.l, :-. : ---c-. '" 111e people 01 Starke wlU tract." Principals Carl Clark concerned about a shortage of operation of the hospital officials possibility of paying two home of Mrs. Diane Brown.,. meat and took ice cream" for If't '

have to live In the future with of Starke"_ Elementary. and physicians. said architects. was broken into on October 14. dessert



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QLdy* Wooty Society tr Jitor 964-7608 Miss Jo Ann Green, bride-
i i"r ir elect of Randal Norman, was r It'L SS ', 4a
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shower Saturday evening
given by Mrs. Lester Minton
Shower Given and Mrs. W. II. Green, at the
home of the latter.
For Mrs Harris, Upon arrival a white carna-

tion corsage, centered with M1lw i
Recent BrideMrs. two small keepsake gold ,,
wedding bands,was presentedto
Harold Harris, the Miss Green. A yellow car- M rMF
former Barbara Ann Schmitt, nation corsage was presentedto I
a recent bride, was honored at the prospective groom's
a reception and shower mother, Mrs. Eugene Nor- h
Tuesday' night, Oct. 15, at the man, and a deep pink carnation
home of Mrs. T. L. Casey corsage was given to his v n' rI

Hostesses with Mrs. Casey S St ,, grandmother, Mrs. Roy
were Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. ny r, Clemons.
Margie Dowling, Mrs. W. J. Af r ( The refreshment table was
Epperson, Mrs. B. C Holtzen I covered with a green linen I- r j1 "
dorf, Jr., Mrs. L. V Hardin, cloth with deep lace trim. The
Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Sr., Mrs. crystal punch bowl, placed at
Marc Jackson, Mrs. J. R. one end of the table, was high- f #
Kite, Mrs. R. G. Paterson, lighted with green wedding
Mrs. Rudolph Sink, Mrs. sherbet floats. A large white
) Philip Vellenga and Mrs. Lila sheet cake, decorated in pink L
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f Rae Yawn. with a large pink rose
t t pj'1J' Mrs. Casey greeted guestsat surrounded by variegated

art the door and presentedthem burgundy and pink sweetheartroses Marcy Sullivan portrays' Mrs. Brown, a teacher at
( ', 1 t1 11'J! to the receiving line was centered with two Bradford High during the senior skit at the Tornado Whirl
I /i l composed of the honoree, her white doves. The gifts were last Thursday night, celebrating BIIS Homecoming.

(f lC r It.i4 r mitt mother, and Mrs.Mrs. W.Cynthia T. Jackson.Sch- with displayed a white on lace a table cloth.covered _.......--4 __ ...

the Twenty guests enjoyed the
Miss Kathy Casey kept
Wolf red-Mott guest book. occasion from 7 to 9:30: p.m. Mrs. J.B. Godwin left Mrs. Equilla Roberts was
Sunday for two weeks visit honored on her 89th birthday
The refreshment table was
!Mr. and !Mrs. George F Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mott covered with a white linen ---., L Y-- with her son and daughterinlaw Sunday at a fellowship dinner
Wolfred, Jr. of Starke an- of Brooker.A cloth and centered with an Lt. and Mrs. J.B. God- and birthday party given by
nounce the engagement of of pink and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early win, Jr. in Warsaw, Germany.Mrs. members of the First
arrangement returned from two
their daughter Pearle Agnes, December 7 wedding is white carnations and mums. Dolls From Around The WorldA weeks visit Tuesday with relatives in Godwin was accompanied Christian Church following
to Ricky Marvin Molt, son of planned. The gifts were on display in to the Jacksonville church service. The party was
Mobile, Ala. and attended the airport by Mrs. Harold given in the church
the family room. display entitled Dolls From Around The World will be at Early family reunion in Godwin and Mrs. Eve Godwin. Fellowhsip Hall.
Geo.B.Flynns.Sr. The honoree was presentedwith the Bradford County Library in Starke through Saturday for QuUman, Miss.
an electric mixer from the public to view
'S t To Observe her hostesses as a memento of The project is sponsored by the International Affairs
the occasion. Department of the Starke Junior Woman's Club. !Mrs J.W.
50th AnniversaryMr One hundred and fifty Thomas,chairman, displays one of the dolls which are owned The early bird gets the
guests were invited to attend by Sandra Louise Chitty and Karen Joan Chitty,daughters of
between the hours 7:30 and 9 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst of Starke.
and Mrs. George B. p.m. The project is to celebrate United Nations Pay, which is greatest choice of savings.
Flynn Sr. will be honored at a .
reception Sunday from 3 to 5 today Thursday, Oct. 21, according to Mrs. Judy (,oodowns,
president of the
p.m. on their Golden Wedding DKG Meet Held Junior Woman's Club.
anniversary. The receptionwill
be given by their childrenin In lake Butler
the Woman's Club of Authorized LA-Z-BOY

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Starke.All Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
friends and members of Kappa Gamma met at the
the family are invited to at- Lake Butler community SEMI-ANNUAL SALE

tend. Center Oct. 15 with Miss Della

Mr. and Mrs. BrownTo Rosenberg, president, con-
ducting the meeting. STARTS TOMORROW
iIIiIStarling Be HonoredAt Cindy Oppen entertainedwith
several banjo selectionsand
led group singing. A. f4 byrt
Reception Miss Karlye Taylor showed
how professional ideals with
Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
Brown
the right preparation and ,
Passwater will be honored at a farewell i'1, t
understanding lead to the '; a
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reception Sunday Oct. 27, essentials of vital teaching.Her t SAVE *75 on this handsome
!Mr and Mrs. Lonzo R. from 2:30: to 4:30: in the First remarks .
were accompanied Contemporary Reclina Rocker
Starling of Lawtey announce Christian Church Fellowship illustrated
the approaching marriage of Hall. by *
their daughter, Deborah Ann !Mr. and Mrs. Brown and slides.Members from r ==t: n \ NOW 17900p4
Macclenny,
to Richard Passwater, son of family will leave Monday for Lake Butler and Starke at- .
Mr. and Mrs. James Pass- Augusta Ga. where Mr. tended. Those from Starke
water of Keystone Heights. Brown will be minister of the included: Willie Mae Denton, r
The wedding will be an Fleming Christian Church.All Maxine Gibson -
event of Saturday. Nov. 2, at 7 friends are invited to Evelyn
p.m. in the Lawtey Church of attend. Haney, Helen Johns, Adele
God with a reception follow- Mitchell, Tommie Nolan, I R
ing at the home of the bride-to- Young People Muriel Norman, Lucille
be's parents.All Payne, Della Rosenberg and ,61ii'' e t
Kate
friends and Sheppard. t r
relatives are ToAidUNICEFOn '4 '
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invited to attend.Eastern DUPLICATE Three Bradford majorettes produce an eerie flame while i' ,
BRIDGE
Wednesday evening, putting on n fire show at the Tornado Whirl last a
Oct. 30, from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. CLUB RESULTS night. Thursday Y
Star the young people of the Metho- Mrs. Dorothy Stricklandand \ .
dist and Presbyterian Miss Bernice Brenke '
Jaycee Wives Plan Arts and Crafts SaleThe
StarkeChapter224, Order of Churches will collect for were the winning couple at l
the Eastern Star, will have a UNICEF (United Nations In- Duplicate Bridge Tuesday 5. : -ii
covered dish supper Saturday ternational Children's Emer- night. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jaycee wives Auxiliarymet and Mrs. Elzie Sanders on ;iI 1 1I
night, Oct. 26. at 7 p.m. in the gency Fund). The group will James were second and Mrs. Wednesday night, Oct. 16, Little Lake Geneva was I I t .
Masonic Hall. All Masons and at the home of the president, termed a success.
return to the Methodist George Roberts, Jr. and Mrs. 1 tli
Mrs. J. H. Minesinger with Mrs. Dale Brown served .
their families are invited to Fellowship Hall for refresh- J.H. Minesinger were third. refreshments -
attend. nine members attending. during the social
ments. i e
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--- -. Plans were discussed for the hour. The Sunshine gift was 1..FC.
Arts and Crafts sale which awarded to Mrs. John

Anniversary Sale Large Selection Mr. and Mrs. Robert will be held Nov. 2 and the Bradley.
Christmas party on Dec. 7.
I IPrice'Vinners Barksdale and Mr. and Mrs. .
R.A. Colson have returned Mrs. Elzie Sanders was
Vegetable J from a ten day tour of the East named Rodehaver chairman.The T. H. Slade is in Oklahomaand
Mrs. Sarah Strickland I Coast up to Williamsburg, Va. wine-tasting party held Texas this week on
Sept 20, at the home of Judge business.
Hazel Hardy Seed .
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Woman's Week, all former from helping others. Includedwere ; o .,
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Business and Professional Cross,Cancer Society health : .""iot' ', ..
'Women of the Year awards needs and offering children 1Jjj: ,: :: .' ,Ii
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Greater Bethlehem FreeWill .;> f' 8th Grade PTA Elects OfficersThe pereona/ .

Baptist Church ; I 8th grade Parent. co-president Wanda Jones;
964-5136 i I."t{. Teachers meeting was held secretary Andrea Mundorf;
1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST. OR Oct. 1 with the following of treasurer, Marion Payne; Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barron
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL3000000000QOOOOOOQOCK 964-8866 ficer elected: ways & means committee and son of Tallahassee were
OOOOOCM President Jean Roznowski; chairman,Carolyn Eaves;8A weekend guests of Mr. and
Lucille Payne Barbara Mrs. James Barron.
t a Valmski and Dot McCarthy;
8B Faye Andrews, Pat Dr. and Mrs. T.W. Stieglerof
Baldwin Carolyn Hayes; 8C Ilillsborough are guests this
Barbara Gordon, Sandra week of her sister, Mrs. T.T.
JERRY Harley and Hilda Milner Long. Lenore Stiegler of Final
adults who are on the ways Bartram School will join the
and means committee.. family from Thursday to
On Oct.9 the 8th grade had a Monday.
class meeting and the
following students were Claude Crowson of Lake
elected to represent the class: Bedford and W.E. Crowson of
8A Terry McCarthy and Winter Haven spent the
THOMAS Wanda Pittman; 8B Chris weekend in Columbia S.C.
: Mosley and Patty Mullins; 8C and attended the funeral of
Belinda Kirby and Sylvan their brother Kenneth
Williams. Crowson, on Sunday.Mr. 7 4
The students voted to go to Chevrolets74oidsmobiles
NEEDS YOUR HELPIN Six Flags Over Georgia for .and Mrs.Robbie Shaller
their end of the year trip. The were weekend guests of Mr.
class name they voted on is and Mrs. Ogden Bates in
HIS CAMPAIGN FORGOVERNOR "Love and Peace, Mighty Jacksonville. They visited
Fine-We're the Seniors of Amelia Island on Sunday.Mr. .
79'."
Adults please stand behind and Mrs. Harold
these students as they start on Alvarez and daughter Lisa,
their money making projects.You and Sandra Ebling spent Oct
have been so generousand 10 to Oct 20 in Kansas City
cooperative in years Mo. and attended the FFA
before. was National televised Convention when President which hey Have GOT TO GO

OFFLORIDR -Ruth Riddick.Publicity Gerald Ford was a speakerlast
Tuesday night. Their son.
Jimmy Alvarez who is
o.o o+oro.o.o Regional vice-
Southern president of FFA and was in Look Fit This -
;]);J Yo-Xnow Kansas City for three weeks
ALL CONTRIBUTIONS returned home with his

I Mr.Newton and Mrs., N.C.George are speeding Powellof parents.interest enroute.They visited points of Left Over From STARKE CHRYS. PLY. DODGE
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; GLADLY ACCEPTED AND ten days with Mrs."J.H, ,
Fields. The Powells andwrs.! Mrs. James 'McNeely and
Fields were joined by Mr. and daughter of Lakeland spent
APPRECIATED Mrs. Charles Fields of the weekend with her parents 74
Jacksonville in a visit with Mr.and Mrs.Herbert Thomasat Chrysler
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerin their camp in the Scrub. '
Baldwin on Sunday. They were joined on Saturday .

Mail to P. 0. Box 28 Starke, Fla. 32091 Mr. and Mrs. V.H. Applebyof by Mr.and Mrs.M.M.McRae. \ Plymouths

Jacksonville were Sunday Among those attending the \
afternoon guests of Mr. and UF-FSU game in Tallahassee %
Mrs.J.L. Bradley at Kingsley Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
Lake. George Roberts, Jr., Richard 74
WE ALSO NEED
; Roberts Vicky Turner, Mr. Dodges
Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn and Mrs.F.W. Strickland and
have returned from two weeks family, Stuart, Steve and
Workers and Ideas tour of the New England Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
states and also visited their Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Absolute COST
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Johns and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Frank Cogdell, in George Pierce.
Please Call 964-7490 StarkePaid North Attleboro Mass.
Mr.and Mrs.T. K.Stokes of
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre Jacksonville are visiting their
visited Mr. and Mrs. W.H. son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Political Adv. By Elect Jerry Thomas Committee Beach this
Rutledge at Daytona and Mrs. Bill Sessions InternationalHarvester
last Tuesday. week.

Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Eskridge of Orlando spent the
SladeCias weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
: Sawyer Homer Stearns.Mr. .

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Electrical Work family birthday dinner
j Betty Sunday Crawford.for her mother, Mrs. Look Over Our Clean


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I people 1jou.Jnow ''ff I" ; CYf.

Owen Alvarez, Jr., Buck ;
Norman, Joel Jackson, ,j J ."..., "'''', :
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Mi and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Alex Morton of field, Claude Morgan and E. :} t. ,
.m!. Mr and Mrs. John Deasof Westmoreland Trailer Park C. returned Sunday : ''d'''' ''':'.'''
Harvey .
.ake City spent Thursday had as visitors the past week from two and a half weeks < ""i. IK, 1&1iiIi',,,:'''{, Bible Answers:

to Sunday with Miss Martha their daughter, Mrs. Trudy hunting trip in Wyoming. ..1. .. '\ ; i' :(
lo Deas at Conyers McBride, and Mrs. Midge killed deer and i: '.' '( ;i ii
Ga. and Each a an .
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SAVED?
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Thrasher in Barate of South Norwalk, antelope. ., :t.."',: ::. "......, ". ...,.1\1.;\ WHAT i MUST I DO TO KEEP
Winder Ga. Conn. 't'i: .. .'"
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Drew Reddish was in The above question
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Mrs. Bessie Faxon imd Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent fibbing, Minn. Monday to :;;(: .D'IIII,10 '".. one In saved condition. It also implies the possibility of one
daughter Miss Donna Faxon, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. Thursday on business. : j'.i; ;; being lost after having been saved from his. sins.. The word of
:
of Gainesville were Sunday A. Weldon and family in ,.. ,.. ,; God clearly teaches that some will depart from the faith (I TIm.
afternoon visitors of Mrs. Macclenny.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Roman M : : '.11 '"'''"'''t' '.'..,' 4:1): ). One cannDt depart from that which he does not have. We
V > ( :1'; :' take heed that wedo not depart from nod (I-lob.
rgie Flynn. Alvarez of Arlington, Texas ; 'iI are warned to

and Mrs. Henry Stef- are visiting his parents, Mr. I, .;........:.! ,.. :'::1::'i//:;:'::,:: I 3-12): ). There is something obtained one the must forgiveness do to Keep of sins..j saved
Mrs. E. C. Dukes spent the anelli, Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Sr. I .. condition once ha has
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lavon
t urtis Edwards in Lake City Albert Stefanelli and sons of Alvarez of Orlando joined the I: ,.... If you are a faithful Christian -- one who is living In hope of
and they all attended the UF- Jacksonville attended the family over the weekend. eternal life, you MUST:
KSL' game in Tallahassee wedding of Linda June Stef
Saturday anelli to David William Luke Local admittances to Brad- ... 1. HEED the warnings of God (Heb.3:12: ; I ICor, 10:12): ).
last Friday night at the ford County Hospital this 2, STUDY the word of God ((2 Tim.2:15: ; Hos.4.6): )

Mr and Mrs. Mike May and Catholic Student Center of the week include: Lacy Rigdon, These three BUS students placed first In a District 11 Speech tournament two weeks ago. On 3. ABSTAIN from fleshly lusts (Titus 2:11.13Gal.: ; 5:19-24): )
son Kevin, of Ocala visitedHer St. Augustine Church in Mrs. Linnie Harris, Horace the outside, left Joan Dyal and the outside right Julie Griffis were he two debate winners and 4.! WORSHIP regularly (Heb. 10:25: ; Matt. 18:20: ; John

mother Mrs. W H. Hart Gainesville. Sanders, Starke; Mrs. Katie in the middle is Linda Salazar winner of the oral interpretation contest 4.24)).
,>n Saturday Saxon of Hampton and 5. GROW In Christ ((2 Peter 1.5-9: ; 3:18): ).

Tammy Odom of Lawtey. Speech Students Win 3 First Places 6. BE FAITHFUL to the end of life (Rev 2:10: ; I Cor. 15:18): ).


Mrs. W. R. Royster, Jr. and If you are a member of the church who has Just moved here,
children of North Augusta, Three Bradford High of Challoit." Saturday, October 26. even for a short time, you should Identify yourself with the
S.C. spent the weekend with students won first places in Joan Dyal and Julie Griffis Other BUS debate teams in church here (Acts 9:26)).We will welcome you with us.
OUR WELCOME MAT IS Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish the first District 11 Forensics teamed together to take first the competition were Darla

t and Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards Tournament of the year two place in debate. Debate Christopher and Phillip Southaide Church of Christ
ALWAYS OUTWe and attended the Lawtey weeks ago in Interlachen. subject this year is "Resolvedthat Jenkins, Bruce Moyers and
Methodist Church home- Linda Salazar took first the method of selecting Lisa Mitchell and John Raggs
coming on Sunday. place in oral interpretation.Her presidential and vice and Avery Shell. Shell was 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301
We invite you to make our pharmacy your subject was"Mad Women presidential candidates going along to see the tour-

own personal source of your medicines and Mrs. Maurice Edwards, Jr. should be significantly nament and ended up in the Schedule of ServicesSunday
health-aids. We promise your visits to us will is recuperating at home aftera changed." debate when Ragg's partnerdid Send questions to
Casey A Carlisle.
be brief stay in North Florida PrisonerSentenced There were nine schools not show up.
welcomed and you will be served courteously Minister 10a m Bible Study
Regional Hospital, Gainesville competing at the tournament.Next Gwen Cuffee was the only
attentively and honestly. Rt 3, Box 58 1 11 I a m Worship
tournament will be heldat other BUS student to competein
You are also Invited to request our professional Fletcher High School in oral interpretation besides Starke. Fla 6 p m Worship

opinion of any of the advertised Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jacksonville Beach this Linda Salazar

remedies or health-aids. Pharmacy's Code of Hamilton spent the weekend

to Ethics directs us to consider your health rather $ with Mrs. W. H. Thomson and In AssualtA i E Ia LE 3 BIO DAYS;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomsonin ..
than greater profits. We tell r.-. 1 1
can you whenit and attendedthe ', THURSDAY
Tallahassee
it .
is wiser to consult a physician. Bradford County jury .....= Teru ,
UF-FSU Saturday. FRIDAY
game
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returned verdict of
I a guilt T'J Jetva "" -
SATURDAY!
against David Griffin
YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE CS Mrs. William Godwin of chargedwith
when you need a delivery. We will deliver Chagrin Falls, Ohio is visitingher assault of corrections
promptly without extra charge. A treat many mother, Mrs. Bertha officer H.W. Harris on May 27
people rely on us for their health needs. We Pearce, for two weeks. at the Florida State Prison.
welcome requests for delivery service and charge Judge Wayne M. Carlisle r DIGDIsc0
Y accounts. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was in sentenced Griffin to five years
Orlando over the weekend upon his conviction of the
visiting her daughter, Miss aggravated assault charge. 9 Mumy
Phone 964.6757 Evelyn Sinclair. Testimony at the trial
revealed that Griffin made the sS
KOCH'S DRUG STORE attack upon Harris by striking
At bus stop: "I didn't mind him with a sock containing y, e.sto Hse
PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS my wife listing all my imperfections four batteries.The t ,, ,..Ni

166 W Call C w-,- -74 Starke Fla. but writing to state was representedthe .e.pGLE .
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Ralph Nader was too week of Oct. 7 by Assistant
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BOB Goddard In St.
mull Globe Democrat and Tom Elwell, the defen-
dants being represented by 0'I
Assistant Public Defender -

Q LiJUJLJI/Li 0 QOQ Q Stephen Bernstein. I I l' I

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case on last week's trial '
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U. S. 301 Starke. Fla. Two cases were dismissedlast U

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Watch Out For Spooks No Decision On Garbage Problem. I

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(From Page 1)) tied twice weekly by truck arid an hour's discussion Tuesday principal topic to be discussed beginning January 1,1975 with .

Halloween Night-: out that would be of mutual then transported to the landfill night,took no definitive actionon being the one plaguing every reference to the garbage
benefit to the residents of site.Failing any of the possible county in the state solid problem.
Heights and said that if the solutions. waste disposal.Officials Another meeting has been
Four Bradford County will begin with a costume winner need not be present. Bradford Keystone county. Johnson was commissioner's approve his Chairman Ralph Bryan will fo the En- set by the commissioner's for
Elementary Schools will be parade starting at 7 p.m. The 4th and 5th grade studentsare on hand for any action the plan he would enter into an attend a meeting of the State vironmental Protection Tuesday, October 29, at 8p.m.
celebrating Halloween Oct. 26- Activities include a moon selling tickets at 25 cents commissioners might take at agreement with the city of Association of County Commissioners Agency and the Departmentof to hear Bryan's report of the
with
31 big, exciting carnivalsand walk, duck-pond, fish-pond, each or 5 for a $1. The public is Tuesday's meeting.A Keystone Heights to use the in Hollywood Pollution Control will be on state meeting and to consider
witches parades,and lots of young sponge throw, cake walk and invited to attend the fun at third site under con- landfill site at the Keystone beginning Wednesday, October hand for the meeting to bringall further some decision for
ghosts and goblins. pony rides. There will also be Westside Park, Oct. 31. sideration by the com- airport. 23 and concluding of the counties uptodateon Bradford County's garbage
lots of homemade candy and The Lawtey Elementary missioners is a minedoutarea The commissioner's, after Saturday, October 26, with the their new responsibilities problem.
plenty of hamburgers, hot School Carnival will be held at between SR-225 and the II
dogs and homemade ice
cream. offices of the DuPont plant at
Highland. The use of this
The Southside Elementary location on the Kingsley Laketo
School Halloween Carnivalwill Lawtey road would be N 011C E TO THE PUBLICDue
be held Thursday, Oct. 31, contingent upon the approvalof
at Westside Park. Festivitieswill the State Armory Board
begin with a parade which and the subsequent approvalof
will leave the Florida Bank the pollution control officials
parking lot at 4:30: p.m. Prizes This is one of the
will presented to children locations last
inspected
with outstanding costumes. Thursday. To Numerous Complaints From Landowners Concerning

There will be 26 booths and Gene Failing, an in-
activities for the entire \ ; dependent garbage disposal Illegal Trespassing On Their Property By Hunters And Others,

family.drawing for There a three-speed will be 26 a '\1/1/ (r i, :'111 111the operator Tuesday's, repeated meeting a proposalat to The General Public Is Urged To Read These Florida Statutes

The annual Starke inch boys or girls bicycle and school Saturday, Oct. 26. A contract with the com
Elementary School Halloween an eight track stereo tape smoked and fried mullet missioners to provide solid Dealing With The Rights Of Property Owners And-Or The Gen-

Carnival will be held Saturday player. The drawing will be supper will be served waste disposal for the countyfor eral
Oct. 26, at the school held at the carnival and the beginning at 5 p.m. Suppersare fiO,000(; annually, payableat Public In The Matter Trespassing On Private Property

from6:30-9:30p.m.: : Activities $1.50 per plate. Activities $5,000 per month. Without Permission Of The Owner.
include costume parade, Failing's plan would be to
country store, hayride, cake place up to 100 six and eight
CITY FISH & MEAT MARKET walk, fishing pond cubic foot boxes at selected
house and a duck pond. There areas all over the county that
607 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE 904-8077 will be a drawing for a hog would be picked up and emp- PLEASE READ, CLIP OUT, AND SAVE THIS IN-
also. There will be lots of fun
and games for the entire FORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE, AND

cur PORK CHOPS 79eLB, family. Costume DanceAt
Brooker Elementary's TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM POSSIBLE

SPARE RIBS 38LBS! 98V Halloween carnival will be Country ClubThe PROSECUTION UNDER THE LAW.
held Saturday. Oct. 26,

CHUCK ROAST OR STEAK WLB. starting with a parade at 4 Starke Golf and
p.m. There will be a chicken Country Club will be sponsoring -
BRISKET 89 and rice supper in the school a Halloween Costume
STEW LB.
cafeteria and door prizes will Dance for members CHAPTER6283 821.05 Throwing down fences, etc.-Every person in this state who
RIB STEW 9aoLB. be given. Tickets for the November 2 starting at 9 p.m. shall willfully lay or throw down the fence or bars or open a gate of
supper are$1.50 for adults and and lasting until 1 a.m. House Bill No. 347 another or with evil intent, by any other means interfere with the fenceof
$12' 75 cents for students. Everyone attending is to another person, thereby exposing crops or other property to waste,
3 Lb. Box Sliced bacon Booths will be open at 5 p.m. dress up for the occasion and AN ACT relating to illegal trespass; amending section 822.23, Florida destruction or freedom, or shall enter upon the enclosed lands of
The crowning of a king and door prizes will be awarded to Statutes, by deeming it unlawful to trespass on certain agriculture pro- another, or lands bounded or formed by a sea, gulf, bay, river, creek or
2'/a Lb. Box PORK B & SAUSAGE M" queen will be .m. the best dressed couple. Jerry perties at any time; including ranch in the general list ol places where it lake, that are posted as provided in this chapter, without the consent of
Everyone is welcome to Von and the Variations will be is unlawful to enter upon with the intent to commit larceny, depredation said owner or person occupying the same, authorized to give such permission -
BEEFTRIPE 39"LB attend. furnishing the music with a $5 or other offenses; providing an effective date. to hunt or fish, shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter
Halloween is officially next couple charge. prescribed.
FRESH NECK BONES Thursday, Oct.. 31. Residentsare Tickets are available now Be It Enacted by the Legislature the State of Florida:
FEET 3 LBS $1HOQMAWS reminded to stock up on from Melba Howard or Tracie Section 6. Section 821.12 Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
PIGS candy for neighborhood trickor Schlosser. Section 1. Section 822.23, Florida Statutes is amended to read:
trea ters w ho will be out that 821.12 Penalty for taking from farm or vineyard products, vegetablesor
night.. Happy Halloween! Criminal Justice 822.23 Entering farm, etc., to commit offense; punishment. flowers without consent of owner.-Whoever takes and carries away
from any farm, garden, orchard, orange or lemon grove, or destroys any
.q, Fund Priorities( (\11 Whoever enters any fish hatchery, fish farm, farm, garden, or- farm products, vegetables, fruits or flowers corn or cotton from the
chard, fruit grove or ranch with intent to commit in such garden, farm, stalk, or from any vineyard any grapes of any money value, without the
:MN Meeting Is Set orchard, fruit grove or ranch any larceny or depredation or other offense, consent of the owner or manager, shall be punished upon conviction as
if he be armed with a dangerous weapon, or if he make an assault upon hereinafter prescribed.

LAKE BUTLER The next any person lawfully therein, shall be punished by imprisonment in the
REVIVAL regularly scheduled meetingof state prison for a period not exceeding ten years. Section 7. Section 821.121, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:

the Region III( Governor's
Advisory Council on Criminal ((2)) If the offender be not armed nor make an assault upon any person 821.121 Trespass; severing, taking or injuring grove or farm
Justice will be held in the lawfully in said fish hatchery, fish farm, farm garden, orchard, fruit products.
Lakeside Center grove, or ranch, he shall be punished by imprisonment for a period not
Community exceeding two years. ((1)) Whoever severs or takes or carries away from any farm, garden
here
301 NorthIn at 10:30 next Wednesday. Oct. 30, orchard, vineyard, orange, grapefruit, tangerine, lemon, lime or other
: a.m.Criminal
Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 1969. citrus grove, or other improved land or injures or destroys any farm
justice officials, products,vegetables, fruit, flowers, corn or cotton from the stalk or any
Gospel Tent law enforcement officers, Became a law without the Governor's approval. tropical or other fish from a fish hatchery or fish farm, of any money
representatives of units of
value, without the consent of the owner or manager shall be punished
local
government project Filed in Office Secretary of State July 3, 1969. upon conviction as hereinafter prescribed.
Across From Farmers Market directors, news media, and

interested parties are invitedto ((2)) Any person who may become an accessory, either before or after
the meeting, according to CHAPTER 69-284 the fact to such trespass or any prohibited act as set forth in subsection
Wayland Clifton Jr., criminal ((11 of this section,and any person who shall knowingly receive any of the
STARTING MONDAYOctober justice the planner.At House Bill No. 521 property so taken shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter pre,
meeting the council scribed.
will be asked to prioritize
tactical AN ACT relating to trespass; adding section 821.011, Florida Statutes,
alternatives
have been formulated which giving definitions; amending sectioni821.01, 821.03, 821.05, 821.121, ((3)) Nothing herein shall prevent prosecution under the larceny statutesof
to
28 address specific identifiable 821.13,821.14.821.15 and 821.16, F.S., repealing the penalties prescribed the state where the acts constitute larceny.
therein; adding a new section 821.33 Florida Statutes, to prescribe -
needs
of the
court, correctional local police and, the penalty therefor; amending section 821.04, F.S., to define Section 8. Section 821.13 Florida Statutes is amended to read:
and make it unlawful to trespass on posted, cultivated or fenced land;
juvenile justice systems of deleting section 821.06 relating to posted land; providing an effective 821.13 Accessory to trespass on lands; receiver.-Any person may
III. The
7:30 Each Region selected date. become an accessory to such trespass as set forth in 5 821.11 and
: NightWith priorities will serve as the 821.12, before or after the fact, and such accessory and all persons who
formula
which Law
by Err
forcement Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: shall knowingly receive the property so taken shall upon conviction be
Assistance Administration
punished as hereinafter prescribed.
(LEAA) funds Section 1. Section 821.01, Florida Statutes, is amended to read.

will be appropriated to Section 9. Section 821.14 Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
projects in Region (III during 821.01 Trespass after warning.-Whoever wilfully enters into the

1975. enclosed land and premises of another, or into any private residence, 821.14 Trespass with intent 'to injure growing trees, etc.-Whoever
Seven new members have louse, or building of another, being forbidden so to enter by the lawful willfully commits a trespass by entering upon the garden, orchard or
Paul Keck recently been named to the occupant, or not being previously forbidden, is warned to depart there- other improved land of another without permission of the owner, with
Rev.
Region III Governor's Advisory from and refuses to do so, or having departed re-enters without the previous intent to cut, take, carry away, destroy or injure the trees grains grass,
Council Criminal consent of the lawful occupant, or having departed remains about
on hay fruit or vegetables there growing or being, shall upon conviction be
Justice, including E.L. in the vicinity, using profane or indecent language shall upon convictionbe punished as hereinafter prescribed.
Matthews of the Bradford punished as hereinafter provided.

County Telegraph of Starke. Section 10. Section 821.15, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
Special Singing Groups Veteran members of the Section 2. Chapter 821, Florida Statutes, is amended to add section

advisory council include 821.011 to read: 821.15 Trespass by injuring fruit trees, etc.-Whoever willfully and
Robert A. Driggers Union maliciously, or wantonly and without cause, cuts down or destroys by
County clerk and Raymond D. 821.011 Definitions of terms used in this act.-As used in this act, unless girdling or by lopping or otherwise injures any fruit or other tree, or any
Appearing Massey superintendent of otherwise expressly state, or unless the context or subject matter shrub, plant, vine or flower not his own, standing or growing for shade or
Florida State Prison. otherwise requires: ornament or other useful purpose, or maliciously and injuriously severs
from the freehold of another any product thereof, or anything attached
Neighbors"You ((11 Posted land is that land upon which signs are placed not more than thereto, shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescribed.
!My !g five hundred((500)) feet apart, along and at each corner of the boundaries

of the land upon which signs there shall appear prominently, in letters of Section 11. Section 821.16 Florida Statutes is amended to read:
not less than two((2)) inches in height, the word "posted"and in addition
SALVATION HEALING thereto shall appear the name of the owner lessee or occupant of said 821.16 boxes
Boxing timber on land of another.-Whoever cuts, ,
land. Said signs shall be placed along the boundary line of posted land in
girdles, or causes or procures to be cut, boxed or girdled, any kind of
l a manner and in such position as to be clearly noticeable. from the outside timber standing, growing\ or being on the land of another, without the
of the boundary line. consent of the owner, or removes or causes or procures to be removed
DELIVERANCEFor 1 from any land of another without Ns consent,any timber or wood of any
((2)) Cultivated lands is that land which has been cleared of its natural kind,shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter prescribed.
-fifrd vegetation and is presently planted with a crop, orchard, grove, pasture

or trees or is fallow land as part of a crop rotation. Section 12. Section 821.06 is hereby repealed.
.) ..
-- 1.. ((3)) Fenced land is that land which has been enclosed by a fence of
Section 13. Florida
821 Statutes
All People Of All Faiths Chapter is amended to add section
.-.. substantial construction whether with rails, togs post and railing, iron, 821.38 to read:
know that drip, steel, barbed wire or other wire, or other material,which stands at least
three ((3)) feet in height. 821.38 Penalties for -Any convicted of
,drip I called about )ester> trespass. person trespass as
defined in any section in this chapter wherein a specific penalty has not
llay? ((4)) Where lands are posted, cultivated or fenced as described herein been provided shall be punished as follows:
then said lands for the purpose of this chapter shall be considered as

enclosed and posted. (11)) When the trespass is committed without any design to effect an
injury damage to the property or to cause the removal therefrom of any
CONDITIONED SOFT WATER SAVES YOU MONEY! Section 3. Section 821.03, Florida Statutes, is amended to read: growing crop or other plant life or animal, either wild or domestic, it shall

be trespass without malice and shall be punished by Imprisonment in the
821.03 Entry on enclosure to hunt or fish.II .- county jail for not more than six ((6)) months or by fine of not more than
National Average Figures Compiled From Following Sources e U S. Dept of Commerce U S. Dept. of Labor five hundred
($500)) dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment.
( Whoever willfully and with the view of trespassing enters any land

ITEMS AFFECTED AVERAGE FAMILY COST k SAVED WITH AVERAGE FAMILY SAVING of another, where crops or fruit of any kind are cultivated, without ((2)) When the trespass Is committed with a design to cause damage or
WITH SOFT WATER PER YEAR PER MONTH SOFT WATER PER YEAR PER MONTH written permission of the occupant perviously obtained, or without such injury to property or to cause the removal therefrom of any growing cropor
35% previous consent of the owner or occupant, enters upon the lands of other plant life or animal, either wild or domestic It shall be trespass
C10tl $260.00 $21.66 $81.00 $6.75 another to hunt, or fish, shall upon conviction be punished as hereinafter with malice and shall upon first conviction be punished by imprisonmentin
Supplies $ 96.00 $ 8.00 90% $86.40 $7.20 One in obtain written permission for the entire
Soap prescribed. a party may the county jail for not more than ona'C1I( ) year or by fine up to one
Softening Compound, etc. $ 24.00 $ 2.00 1000/0 $24.00 $2.00 party thousand ($1,000)) dollars or by both such fine and imprisonment. Upon

Coffee, Tea & Sugar $ 80.00 $ 6.67 50% $40.00 $3.33 the second and subsequent conviction of trespass with malice the
Water Heater & Plumbing $ 36.00 $ 3.00 50% $18.00 $1.50 Section 4. Section 821.04, Florida Statutes amended to read: punishment shall be imprisonment in the state prison for not more than
ten ((10)) years or fine of not more than ten thousand ($10,000)) dollars or
Water Heater (Fuel) $212.00 $18.00 100/0 $108.00 $9.00 821.04 Trespass on posted, cultivated or fenced lands.-No person In by both such fine and Imprisonment.
Other Savings $ 36.00 $ 3.00 000/0 $32.40 $2.70 this state shall willfully, and with the view of trespassing, enter any land
of another which Is either fenced posted,or cultivated,as defined in section ((3)) Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent the owner of
< 821.011, Florida Statutes, or enter upon any tract of land bounded or said lands from\ recovering damages from the trespasser by civil action.
Total Amount Saved Per Mo., Average Family of Four r 32.48THESE entirely surrounded by sea, gulf, bay, canal river or by creeks or lakes,
without permission of the owner or occupant authorized to give such Section 14. This act shall take effect October 1, 1969.
FIGURES DO NOT INCLUDE BOTTLED WATER AT 85 permission, being previously obtained. Every parson convicted of trespass -

PER BOTTLE FOR 8 GALLONS as defined herein shall be punished as hereinafter prescribed. Became a law, without the Govmor's approval.


967209 GARVEY BROTHERS 118W.CaIiSt. Section 5. Section 821.06, Florida Statutes,to amended to read:' Filed in Office Secretary of State July 3, 191B.


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,
starke IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THE ABOVE. CONTACT;
Water Conditioning DOLPH REDDISH.SHERIFF BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OffiCE.

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Barber Now Hitting On Florida FieldVernon Special Saturday I

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Barber is still Before the first game of the been in the middle of things Saturday. Allen has a year's tart
getting the job done on the season last year, the Lawtey with the Gator varsity.He was experience on Barber and rz', DISPLAY SALE
football field, now at the Uni- product was moved up to the second man behind Joe Allenat that's why he has been
versity of Florida where he Gator varsity, the third fresh- the first of the season while starting. But Trammell took Imports From
has started the past four man to be promoted to the seeing some action. nothing away from Barber's
games as weak side defensive varsity under a new ruling Then Allen's toe was injuredin performance or ability. .
end-linebacker. that allows freshmen to play the California game. "Vernon has come on when
college varsity ball. Barber Number two man Barber Joe has been hurt and is OLD MEXICOORNAMENTAL
Barber became a Fighting lettered on the Gator varsity began playing steadily. He playing on an equal basis," I
Gator two years ago after last year as a freshman, has since started and played the coach says. '
starring on Bradford High primarily as a member of the most all of the Maryland, "He likes to hit,"Trammellsays 1krk ?'
football teams for two years. specialty teams. But he LSU, and Florida State a tribute certainly, but
He played in the NorthSouthhigh started one game at line games. He's played enough the one heard back in Bar-
school all-star football backer against Mississippi that Florida fans at games are ber's high school days. Many WROUGHT IRON
game two years ago, then State. familiar with number 52. BHS fans remember when it ita
entered the UF on a grid This fall Barber, now a 5-11 "He has really contri- Palatka South had four
grant. 208-pound sophomore, has buted," says UF defensiveend chances inside the BHS five in FLOWER POT HANGERS
Coach Allan Trammell. 1973 and didn't make it. h FERRIS WHEELS
Barber graded out 86 percent, Barber stepped into a big holeto
Sam a very high grade,when filmsof give a Palatka runner one TREES
& Ann'sCarpet the Florida State clash were of the hardest cracks recalled
reviewed. here,to stop the ball carrier in a -WHEELBARROWSTEA
Joe Allen is now back but his tracks. :r
"He's of the finest : CARTS
still not completely well, one ,
Shop Coach Trammell says. players I've ever had the
Trammell said it was too soon opportunity to coach," Complete With
v !. to tell Wednesday morningwho Trammell says, emphasizinghis

Full Line First Quality Carpets & Vinyls against will Duke's start Blue Saturday Devils in "His sincerity attitude in the is statement.tremen- RED CLAY POTS

the UF homecoming game. dous. He does anything you p.
We Guarantee SatisfactionOn But no matter who starts, ask under any circumstances; (EXCEPT TEA CARTS)
Coach Trammell says,Barber he gets the job done, no ques-
All Installations will see a lot of action tions asked."
A weak side defensive end- RED CLAY PLANTERSFrom
linebacker in the UF defense, ,
"We're Not Satisfied Until You Are" CRACKER BOX+.... ..... is basically a defensive end. 3 '% to 1 16" diameter in
But, depending on the offensive ; '
set, he has pass coverage +r' Natural Finish, Glazed and
We Invite You All seniors please turn in responsibility, and on some Hand Decorated
your baby pictures as soon as plays drops back as a line-
possible to Jan Searle so we backer.
To Come In And See Us can finish the Annual earlier Barber's contribution to the Vernon Barber, a Lawtey boy, used to be a regular on CERAMIC URNS
this year. Gator specialty teams was not Bradford Field for the Fighting Tornadoes :Now'; a
Attention all Club Sponsors: overlooked by Coach sophomore at the University of Florida, he's Wen a regular 20", 28"and 33" hiah Glazed
Club pictures will be taken Trammell. "He can run," 011 Florida Field for the past four weeks.
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Hgts. Nov. 14 and 15 and it is im- which adds to Barber's value.School. and Hand Decorated by "South-
portant to have all membersbe
present also a roster of all of-the-Border"Native artists
473-2559 members will be needed.

Renovation NESTED PLANTERSGroups
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Funds OK In UnionLAKE Decorated


Askew has doubled his State Budget BUTLER State converting middle school Larry Powell, park and recreation STATUETTES 17" highBull
funds were approved to auditorium to library. director reported on
renovate the heating and The last group of priorities, the participation in the
with taxes in only 4 electrical systems at the Lake category! "O" is correction of summer program from June Dogs, Monkeys
your years. Butler Middle and Elemen- drainage sites at the high 24 through Sept. 1. Activities
Schools by action at the middle school and ele-
tary school included softball tennis
Has your Income kept pace ? monthly meeting of the Union mentary school. swimming, playground and PRICES ARE LOW!
County School Board October Cason also brought up arts and crafts.
Inflation can be defeated If we do the right things 8. another construction project The board was impressed
Come See This Special
A list valued and recommended that
Askew Is doing the wrong things. He increased the project priority a with the statistics presentedby
State budget from $2-112/ to $4-112 billion and improvements at $90,000 plus paving bid for the middle Powell relating the amountof DISPLAY AND SALE
gave another $10,000 for new con school parking area be participation throughoutthe SATURDAY
himself a $10,000-a-year raise. Can you afford four struction of rest room facili- rejected as too high. He said county.At .
more years of this? ties at the elementary school. that cooperating with the cityin the present time after ATBUSH'S
Supt. James 11. Cason III another paving project school activities are being
ELECT JERRY THOMAS A MAN WHO WILL told the board that the could save the board quite a sponsored by the Recreation BAIT & TACKLEON
CRACK DOWN ON STATE SPENDINGJERRY projects are in the process but lot of money. The bid repor- Dept. Football and kickball
that the exact amounts neededto tedly came in at over $8 per presently head the interest of EDWARDS ROAD OFF HWY 301
complete the three items yard when$3 is more realistic. the students with Powell
BRADFORD SQUARE
was not yet known.If Cason suggested that an even looking toward competitionwith JUST BEHIND
& money from the state con- lower cost might be possibleby other nearby cities in the
struction funds remains after cooperating With the city.A flag football league.In -
the three "A" priority other action the board .
projects are completed more lunch program report accepted the bid of Virco Mfg. ,. :
THOMASikFOR projects will be considered. comparing all counties was Co. for chairs amounting to .7
Among the "B" priorities presented to the board. The $4,912.
listed by the survey completedlast chart showed that 75.8 per -,
spring are: library media cent of students in Union U.S. 301! N. STARKE, FLA.
center exceptional child County eat school lunches S & W MUFFLER
SHOPS
GOVERNOR \ room, music room and compared with a state
.'" / variable instruction area all average of 60.7 per cent. Free INDEPENDENT DEALER
a Governor you can afford at the elementary school. lunches are served to 39.4 per
Category "C" includes con- cent of the students eating
j' verting present elementary compared with 38 per cent
library to an art room and statewide. -l
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PUMPKINS 280z. Perrets Farm FreshMILK REDPEPSI instead the regime of Mao Tse-tung and Chou

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principle export heroin. For this reason, and

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWSby Building Permits DeclineSeptember Curtis Charges Opponent With 'Take Over' I

sponsoring publicly this week that
Charles Curtis of Ocala, Democrat, with believed the he
by Josephine Fontaine building permits county building permits, while U.S. 301 and Highway 18, Republican candidate for the legislation to force statewide building 'growth policies'adoption to of be these
issued by the Bradford County February was the lowest with $30,000; new Farm Bureau State Senate, lashed out this zoning, statewide land use primary goals during the his
AID CLASS as treasurer. Zoning Board totaled $238,540, $214,000. building in Fairgrounds area, week at "politicians who give codes, and statewide session of the Florida next
TO MEET OCT.24 Tom Casey, principal, in- off more than $100,000 from The September total In- $20,000; and Carden Bros. lip service at election time to Pl"rsntorically? Curtis said, Senate."
The First Aid Class at troduced the faculty and the August total of $350,315. cluded four conventional septic tank sales office on U.S. Home Rule by local govern- have Curtis concluded that he
Hampton City Hall was not explained how each was Zoning director L.M. Gaines homes, totaling $89,600; 17 301 south, $4,500.In ments while supporting acts "our cities and counties decide for consistently spoken has
held last Thursday as Mr. serving the needs of studentsnow attributed the decline to the mobile homes, $83,995; and by state government which been allowed to not against state take-over out
Shearon, the instructor, was numbering 163 at the "tight money" situation now commercial buildings totaling his last annual report to completely destroy the themselves whether and or, if so, these areas, and will in
unable to attend. For this school.At slowing down new con- $54,500. Additions to existing the Zoning Board for the prerogatives of local govern- they wanted zoning local vigorously a
reason,anyone wishing to join the request of Mrs. struction throughout the buildings totaled $8,445. period Oct. 1, 1973 through ments." to adopt their own local impose another oppose set move of state to
the class will be able to do so Warren Stevenson the PTA nation. January was the Permits for the three Sept. 24, 1974, Gaines showed Specifically, Curtis chargedhis policies based on rules and regulations
and get their first aid card for voted to again sponsor the biggest month so far this year commercial projects were: 635 building permits issued in opponent, Kenneth knowledge by local people.said My people of Florida. on the
the course Thursday night. local Girl Scout Troop. Plans with a total of $493,000 in Minit Mart at Intersection of the amount of 407613340. (Buddy) MacKay, Ocala opponent, Mr. MacKay,
The class will be held in for a hay-ride, backtoschoolnight
Hampton City Hall at 7:30: and the Spring Festivalwere
p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. discussed.Mrs. .

Carole Shields
RECREATIONThe suggested that clothing for 5th
Hampton Senior and 6th grade students wouldbe
Citizens met Friday, Oct. 18, appreciated in case of
in the old Hampton school &
emergencies such as
Some of the
building. members playground accidents.The .
absent due to illness
were first, second and third
and other and there
reasons
grades have completed a unit
was one visitor, Mr. Barnes.
animals and
on plants, living
Happy Birthday was sung to things viewing several In-
Lynn Hall,and a special birth- teresting; films on the proper
day poem was read. A care of these things. To
delicious birthday cake was family centers
complete this study, Smokeythe
served with a choice of coffeeor Bear visited the classroomon
cocoa. Games were played
October 14 accompanied by
and the door prize was won by
Terry Reedy, County
Frances Wadsworth. Forester, and Forester

planned A Pot for Luck the next supper meeting is, structed Kramer. on Children fire prevention were In- aooLoaE aL 1 L L

Nov 1, at 6:30: p.m. There wasa methods and conservation of
discussion about a booth at natural resources. Studentswere
the next County Fair. Evelyn thrilled to shake hands
Vaughan asked the ladies with Smokey and learned u s. 301 Open Won Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. a To9- Sun 12 To 6 Starke Fla.
(and men if they would) to some of the mechanics of the ,
make articles that could be
fire
fighting equipments
sold in the booth.She said that the
brought along by
by starting now they could .
foresters.On
have a good selection of thingsto TRICK or TREAT CHILD'S 100 CANDYKISSES
sell. October 15, Mr. and Mrs.
Don't forget the Pot Luck at Harry Collier of the Starke r COSTUME
the next meeting. It will be Pet Center delighted the r !
held in the regular Senior students by bringing in Pete t BAGS
Citizens room in the old school the Parrot, Chili the Chin- r
house. chilla, and a Tegu Lizard I 51.es3-5. $ 37 ? ,
originating in South America. }
SCHOOL NEWS They were given a detailed
1
Hampton PTA met explanation on the originationand 2 Each TOM
Tuesday, Oct. 15, with Pat proper care of these 95 CHILD'S
Glover presiding until new animals. r + w'I TfifiVV
officers could be officially Mrs. Noelle Silk's students FOR
elected. Joe Riddick took over enjoyed visiting the farms of :: : : COSTUME!
as president, and Warren Arthur McRae and Jerry : $ ,
Stevenson was elected vice- Whitehead on October 18. '
r ..
president. Mrs. Charles They were interested in the 'W -; WITH MASK
Williamson was re-elected farm animals and genuine 'fl: .
secretary, and Mrs. Gerald sugar cane grinding equipment -
Brown will serve another year .
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BROOKER IN BRIEF I 100 Black and
I CANDIES Each Orange Candy

By Jeannette Prescott Kisses per bag.

BRACH'!125 Count I The perfect treat
CARNIVAL COMING: : PERSONALS for little Hallo
THIS SATURDAYThe Rev. H.H. Mott attended PEANUT BUTTER ROLLS ween goblins!
t
Brooker Elementary Homecoming at the Kingsley
PTA Carnival will be held Lake Baptist Church on ; r i '
Saturday, Oct. 26 starting Sunday, Oct. 20. He is a for- M CURTISS 30 Count
with a parade from the mer pastor there. ,, lI
Farmers Market at 4 p.m. Eugene Crosby was ad- BABY RUTH JR. BARSBUTTERFINGER 3 7
Costume contests will be heldat mitted to North Florida

the basketball court after Regional Hospital in x al, Bag
the parade, and a chicken and Gainesville on Sunday, Oct. CURTISS 20 Count
rice supper will be served in 20. We pray he will be well 2 '
JR. BAR!
the cafeteria starting at 5 p.m.
Door prizes will be awarded. soon.Mrs.. H.H. Mott was visitingher %
Most booths will be open at 5 daughter, Mrs. Janice '
p.m., and the Spook House, a Jackson and children in Lake CHOICE. H (j' |NESTLE AND 100,000 BUBBLE
.
new event this year, will openat City the first of last week. iwiUBBLE
7. Bingo will start about Rev. Orvil Brookins is JW '
5:30: and the King Queen, improving and is expected to r f IB. I CRUNCH' BARS
Prince and Princesses will be be released soon from ; ,
crowned at 8 p.m. This will be Bradford County Hospital. ,. We Will Be "\
followed by the cake walk and Mr.and Mrs. R.W. Edwardsof I CountGU
the weekend Happy To x
raffle. Tampa spent A 41)i 90
Everyone is invited to come with their cousin, Mrs. Eva .'I Ftlund Your Monty I OPEN J
out for an evening of fun and Harrell. Last Saturday night I If! You Are Not Count i ii-
excitement. Please buy they all went to Gainesville to \ Sititlnil With TG&Y $ 6YOUR
tickets at the ticket booth on visit another cousin Harry t Your Purchase 1
Carnival night as this will help Edwards, then they visited r CHARGE Bag Our
those who are operating the Ercell Edwards, Mrs .
individaul booths. Harrell's brother, a patient in -r Price. .

the Gainesville V.A. i ...."II< Bag

Ezzell P.E.CLASSESMr reports that Hospiatal.Mrs.. .Sissy Hunt and WHAT A COMBO !

Malissa Rabon, Todd Wood, daughter, Teena, of ,I I)
and Pete Hodge each have ten Gainesville were visiting their
miles in the Run-for-Fun grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Contest. The Physical Evan Hodges, and Mrs iH
Education classes have a flag Mamie Hodges for dinner
football unit with a separate Sunday. Glenn Davis of Ho I
league for boys and girls. Jacksonville visited them lu1r.TE.House .
LUCITE
later in the afternoon.

Paint]! Wall Pain, FINE 1

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LUCITE I
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: IIIIIIIII IIIIIIII QII IIII l1 CONSISTS OF: 1-Qt. it

(SAUCEPAN AND 7Pc.COOKWARE'SET.
4IIII IIID
Paints ( I if cover 2Ut. SauceI

ISSUE : I Iii II I (III Ala II S pan Qt. and Casserole cover

,.... |4 with cover also
./ WALL PAINT --= tits 10" Skillet.

FORCED SCHOOL BUSINGIn HOUSE PAINT Whatever LUCITE' >cover -- 10" skillet. Fine
wet stays covered when it quality. permanently $49.

house Shown protection best by test for on fast, dries even 9 9 H decoratedporcelainware

the 1972 referendum to prohibit forced Ones to a tough, protective $ / $ l i ,
sheet $99aster 7 I Vapor-seal rim de-
school busing, 2863 voters In Bradford County needs stirring,
were opposed to forced school busing while only Doesn't ,let weather "in, 'lets drip like other I sign for cooking Use""Care and .
678 voters favored forced busing. moisture out paints Gallon lover low heat Booklet '
Soap and water clean-up and water clean up WITH EACH

As a member of the l 1973 Florida Legislature,
Rep. MacKay aligned himself with the ad- ,.- W .
vocates of forced busing by seeking to deny the -
citizens of F' '* .?::, .? regress B/acksDecker* 4 t9/acksDeckerD
themselves on this vital I issue.And -
.,
only 3 days after the people of Florida STANDARD DRILL JIG SAW etee
overwhelmingly relected the concept of forced ?e
busing Rep. MacKay voted AGAINST HB-275V
which would 3/8" Double insulated drill. Complete workshop
exempt
anyone with medical
in Itself. Drill, sand, polish, buff, ..+
grind even mix
reasons from being to forced I
subjected busing.As paint.. Lay away for Christmas. 3/8 CHUCK 47104 Double insulated. Allows '
you to make varied cuts on $ 9 9 I
a member of the 174 Legislature, Rep. wood. Perfect for any wood 8 '
MacKay failed to participate In the vote to shop.Includes wood
49 cutting
bill.remove from committee HB-2450,an anti-busing > blade. Each #7504 i I

__ ,
At Your State Senator CHARLES CURTIS will consistently Each
/ vote to prohibit forced school busing.

,Black Decker
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ting sawdust 7-1/4"(line awav.blade Bevel from keeps cut and $19 99 Double insulated. 3-1/2" x $1499 ;<, I

7-1/2":sanding block. Metallic
"He'On your Side" \ adjustments! : 115 ,
#7301 volts. Calibrated rip Gray finish. Perfect for ffinishdepth -.
fence. Each ing furniture, woodwork, etc. Each H7404Page

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October 21,1911 TELEGRAPH Page 9


Community


News


ELIZABETH GIVENS
WALKER W-D. BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF SAVE wiry
SCOUT TROOP 493
Boy Scout Troop 493 was ;Jt:' ROLLED BONELESS
organized last Saturday at Jq
Greater Allen Chapel Church,
which is sponsoring the troop.It .
is a community troop, and CHUCKROAST (
boys of all denominations are (
invited to join. The next
meeting will be held Saturday,
Oct. 26, at 12 noon at the RJE I Hi
Community Building. Boys L.'y. e" I
from 11 to 18 may join.A I
Cub Scout Pack will be
organized Saturday, Oct. 26,
at Greater Allen Chapel at 1
p.m. Also, boys ages 7,8 and 9
may join the Webelows.

DELL CHAPTER OES _
Dell Chapter 168 OES will yFt
meet at 8 p.m. tonight ||epviftMMJNT anAoia | O8 BEEF ? E
) in the 11'1 P EO
(Thursday Masonic 51
tllle CLeo
THIS COUPON WORTH $2.00 OFF U. S. CHOICE
Hall members on are Brownlee asked to St.attend.All ..IMII 11tH ...COU.OAustria \
''ho plOCO 01 t
em 011. Stem WE PLEDGE TO FIGHT
SCHOOLNEWS 5 Old Milwaukee k-1
g
Adult Basic Classes are still r QSTEWVPOTEP nheras% INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY

in progress in the various m" rRKIq BEER ixref
A y. 200 COUPON VALUI
centers offering varied IY .VFyP 'r YOU
,1 PAY$I" WIIH COUPON
courses of interest to all
VAliD 'H'U Dfe 12 Oz.
desire adults. is If not the being course offered you, 6 Pack $11g LB. PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 24, THRU WED. OCT. 30

please feel free to talk with
administrators at the Vo-Tech
Center. For information call W-D BEEF W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES)


9646150.Free CHURCII Canaan NEWS True Church CH iUSD'RO( ST I ILI. SHi"D ST GROUND BEEF:

of God in Unity will be in
General Assembly, Oct. 21-27, SAVE
in Lake City. All members will j $99
be in attendance. Services will 31
not be held at the church this SAVE 5
Sunday. 88 128 '

Greater Bethlehem 1 i.ovu M1 Y o 11A i 41cu. SAVE

Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. s.cHOice, LB
Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny
Tots and Ushers Board LB. LB. PKG. 40c

meeting on Monday. Senior I'
Choir Rehearsal Tuesday
W-D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDERPICNICS ASTOR LIPTON
night. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday. Ladies Circle I
meeting Thursday night. COFFEE TEA BAGSSAVE
Prayer Band Friday night. i
Dinners will be sold from the
kitchen Saturday. Annual SAVE ) SAVE
Men's Day will be observed ; .,i
Sunday. Church School, 9:30: ; 31c 3Oe100CT.
Morning Service, 11 a.m. 10CIB.
Dinner served at 12:30.: Rev. 8 8e +E 99
Walter Marshall will be the 1-LB.
speaker at 3 p.m., terminating .
services for the day. LB. CAN PKG.
New Bethel Baptist Church,
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Limit 1 with $7,50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. I Limit 1 with $7.SO or more purchase excluding cigarette
Weekly services began with
No. 1 Choir Rehearsal Friday

night at 7:30.: Prayer Meetingand SAVE 3lc W.O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TASTY TWELVE 4'o&. SIZE THRIFTY MAID, THRIFTY MAID

Bible. Church Class, 4 School p.m.Saturday. Chuck Steak,. o. 98C ., Beef Patties# 3 pl:Bo. 1" Potted Meat 006 is. $1 1 Applesauce 003 SS 88C

Sunday at 9:30.: Morning .
SAVE lOc W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ALL USDA GRADE '...' QUICK 'ROZEN" THRIFTY MAID BEANS & DOUGLAS

Hour Worship,.3 p.m., 11 Evening a.m. Fellowship Service, Meat Stew 0 0 0 0 LB. $139 Baking I Hens LB.49c Chili I I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2"' Xsr88e Whole I Chicken SAN99c
7 p.m.ML .
Zion AME! Church. Rev. SAVE 20l W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR SAVE lie HICKORY SWEET THRIFTY MAID KRAFT BARBECUE

R.H. Bethel pastor. Church T-Bone Steak LB. $189 Sliced Bacon PKG.I.LB. 98C Beef Stew SAN79c Sauces Borne 1801. 39C
School, o. 0 0 0 0 0 o. 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 a.m. Morning
Worship, 11 a.m. Evening SAVE lOc W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN OR TOP SAVE 3tc ASSORTED LOIN THRIFTY MAID, THE REFRESHING DRINKGatorade

always Service welcome., 4 p.m. Visitors Round Steak LB. $189 Pork Chops 0 0 0 LB.98c Lunch Meat 0 00. 'SAN o_, 68C 0 0 0 3 3332L3.. $100SAVE

St.Johns Missionary Baptist lOe W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN TIP OR SAVE Ale LOIN BLADE THRIFTY MAIDPork THRIFTY MAID VIENNASausage
Church, Lawtey, Rev. Willie Round Steak $179 Pork Roast LB.88c & Beans 4 88C 3 'o $100DIXIE
Huffman pastor. Church u. 0 o. CANS 0 0 0 SANS
School, 10 a.m. Morning
Worship at 11. Evening Service -
3 p.m. each second and DARLING FAMILYBREAD LAND O' SUNSHINE 1 HOODORANGE
forth Sunday. Prayer Band I '
each Monday at 12 noon. '? BUTTER JUICE
Prayer Meeting and Bible
Class combine each Wednesday

6 p.m. \ \
First Born Church of the \1\
4
Living God. The Finnials J C. f
'vC ,"
Gospel Singers of Gainesvillewill $ 11'- ,../ \
I" \ iA 3
be appearing at the ,, '* (pe ,
church at 8 p.m. Sunday Oct. 1-LB. 8 9t
27.Everyone invited to attend. 2O-oz. PKG.

Sister sponsor. Sherry Petteway LOAVES (QTRS.) 32-o CTNS.z.

Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church. Rev. R.G. Heastie
pastor. Prayer Meeting to be ..
scheduled Tuesday night of CAMPBELL'STOMATO r---------------------- TYSON CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY

each week is class meetingand I., SAVE 15 tJl
Bible Class. Sunday SOUP I I Ir T POT PIES
services begin with Church ". WITH THIS COUPON :
School at 10 a.m. Morning f" AND THE PURCHASE OF
Worship at 11. Fellowship limit 7 with $7.5O or more purchase excl) cigarettes. I !Gold\ ") f.'FOOdS.
5 IB. BAG
Hour, 3 p.m. The Choir Union '
SAVE
Anniversary will be held at SAVE ; "' MLDAL'. GOLD MEDALFLOUR 10 flJlI/'I11PI

Providence Hopewell AME at 2 p.m.SPOONERBROWN Church. in 40 $ i orIlEDnD'J". Winn.Il'lII' 20 $
a9

TO 'I" \ :;;: J 69c WITH WITHOUT 11.

announce Mr. and Mrs.the marriage Willie Brown of O'/Z-OZ.. SOVp MATO I I ::: -_ COUPON 84c COUPON il B PIES-OI.

their daughter, Carolyn, to CANS GOOD AT WINN DIXIE THRU OCT. 30
Lloyd Spooner. Th' ----------------------.
I newlyweds were guests t*
honor at a reception held f( SOUTHERN BISCUIT CALIFORNIA REDTokay TYSON CHICKEN SALISBURY OR TASTE O' SEA LARGE
i them at the home of Mr. ar Flour 5 LKBG.68c 3 $1 1 Dinner 2 PKGS88C; Fish Sticks I V 1PKG.' 89C
Mrs. Jimmie Brown -o> . Grapes LB:. Turkey : 0 0 0 0
Saturday.Oct.19.The evening
1EKO BOILED FLORIDA SUPERBRAND CONE POLY BAG STEAK CUT

was groom enjoyed, and they by the are bride gratel ar jl d Peanuts . 5 CANS' & $1 1 Yellow Corn 9...,EARS 99C Nutty Buddy 6 PACK PKO.IIol.. 79C Potatoes 0 2''I 2 S:' $1 1
to all who attended.
THRIFTY MAID CUT U S. No. I REGULAR VENT VUE ((20 LI. BAG $1.33) ASTOR E000Green

Beans "SAN". 59C Potatoes 10 sA6 69C Orange Juice 3 CANS. $100] French Toast. o. :As: 69C
W.
pwpyPuy SAVE 31c THRIFTY MAID VINE RIPE ASTOR GRAPEFRUIT tTOUFFER'S CHOCOLATE CHIP LEMON OR ALMOND

Kidney I Beans 4. Ss $100 TomatoesTHRIFTY 0 0 Is.39C Juice . 0 4 CANS 6-01. 99c Pound Cake 12V,01.'KG. 79c.

RED DELICIOUS MAID, TASTE O SEA BIRDS EVE

Professionally< 1ti Apples I . 0 4 & 89C I Ice Milk I . .O"'LLON H"'L' 69C K runc h ees 2 ''01.PKGS... $100 Cut Corn . 3 PKGS.10-ot. $100EXTRA
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TELEGRAPH October 24, 1971
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( is alFU Bradford County Bank Building IM F1I ItADFORD ESTRT COUNTY




Fines In County Back In 1914 Terry Reedy

Farm Forester
vault and so equipped with
It was a proud day for The main entrance on Call tractors. The contractor for combinations and timelocksthat

Starke when the Bradford Street is particularly the building was N.L. Snelson, it is as near burglar proofas
County Bank moved into its pleasing. Four colossal also of Jacksonville.To it is possible for the inventive
new quarters at the corner of columns of Indiana stone of today to Did you ever see a tree tha
Call and Walnut Streets on support the roof which extends the left of the main en- construct.genius fell over for apparently n
July 1, 1914. Deposits totaled over a portico of con trance is the ladies waiting logical reason? More likel:
175539.75 at that time and crete.The large bronze door is room. This is charmingly The Walnut Street entrance than not that tree had beet

total assets were $$212,889. flanked on either side by a furnished with mahoganydesk faces the door of the safety infested by one or anothe
name plate, on which is also settee, and two most deposit vaults. Entering here, form of rotting fungus. Then
The following description of the date of the establishment.Above comfortable chairs. A dainty one turns to the right and finds are many kinds of rot fungui
the building, which cost these plates are the curtained window adds an oneself in the President's that could be to blame, bu
S $20,000, was carried in the bronze light fixtures, lightinga appreciative feminine touchto private office. The very first today I'd like to write abou
July 10, 1914 issue of the most artistic entrance way. what will prove to be a most thing that strikes the eye is the the root rots that can affec'
( 1 Bradford County Telegraph: popular feature. To the rightis massive fireplace of warm your trees.
The Bradford County Bank the sanitary drinking buff colored brick. The shelf
The floors of concretetile.
was established in 1889 by are fountain of white of all what is a roc
porcelainand above is of mahogany as is First ,
The walls are white and in
Messrs. Sadler & Hackett nickle; the ice chest to also the handsome desk and rot? It is a soilbornorganism ,
with a capital of $23,000. In the main banking department, which it is attached is of comfortable chairs. that is specialized t
1894 Mr. NT Ritch bought woodwork and fixtures are of brown Indiana marble. attack the bark of the roots. I
BANK BUILDING SOON AFTER COMPLETION. half interest, and in 1897 solid mahogany and bronze. the roots
hallway to girdles
purchased the balance. Later The frescoed ceiling which is There are two vaults. The From the little actually
feet is marvel of smaller the one ascends the stair. removing the tree's suppor
20 high a one containing 26
in 1906 shares were sold to leftl
well of
the directors as as cutting
is found ) system
architectural ingenuity, This safety-deposit boxes. They are
prominent incorporation businessmen of the bank the was the artistic work of a built of steel and concrete 20 loom on the second floor. All the passage ways that transport

Point of view........................... ..... ..... ............... ........ .. following.That Jacksonville firm of inches thick, and to enter one the woodwork and furniture dull in the needles moisture or and leaves nutrient above)
plasterers Damerer & Rae. must open four doors and a i his room is of solid to

the business has been The designs, done in plastor of steel cage. Heavy plate glass polished oak. At the front end There are four kinds of roo

steadily on the increase is pans, are exquisitely molded.It protects the mechanism of the of this room are three rot fungi that we are mos
and County Zoning evident from the following is a matter of much pride main doors. In the main vault mullioned windows. They are concerned with here ii
City figures: In 1894 the deposits and pleasure to the bank officials are pigeon-holed shelves for if stained glass and in the Florida. They are the (1

amounted to 14000. Today in that all work was done the receipt of valuable papers. renter of each is the Annosus Root Rot, ((2)) Blacl
1914 deposits Florida firms and The vault is within this monogram of the bank in mostbeautiful
Should Be MergedIt average by :> con- money these Root Rot (3) Mushroom Roo
$195,000 an increase as stated l colors. From Rot, and ((4) Brown Cubicle
last week of 1,392 percent in 20 windows one looks down into Rot. Obviously the one thins
banking rooms.
years. the main they all have in common u
and wall light
The County Zoning Board has sub- Since its establishment the Chandelier their damaging effect on thE
is hoped that some good will come County Agents By ;; fixtures are of burnished
out of the current flap aroused by the mitted a proposal to the City, agreeingto Bradford County Bank has '1'" brass. root systems of trees.

take over the functions of and been quartered on the corner Bobby \, Rot is
City Council "violating its own zoningordinance" zoning of Call and Notebook The Annosus
Thompson streets
code administration at cost of That the building is to disease. i
building a potentially serious ;
(in the words of but the
City Zoning during past two or Taylor Bradford
Starke and County in th
Chairman Pat Farnsworth $3,600 annually A committee was three to the Florida, particularly
) years
owing
by issuing a : what the much talked of northern half of the state. 1
permit for placement of a mobile home ina appointed to study the proposal, but at increased business and the Cohen building is to attacks all species and ages G

residential area without the required present the matter seems to be stale heavy demands made upon it, Jacksonville has been southern pines and can kil

legal notice. matedreportedly because some coun- the inadequate building to was meet found the I did not like the answer I had to give when I was asked remarked many times. them readily. It is usually firs

cilmen were willing for the county to requirements. A meeting of recently about what our strawberry situation would be this Certainly the builders had in noticed in plantations tha
I hated to that it looked like would have mind a greater and stronger have been thinned in the pas
of the take over the zoning functions, but not the officers and directors was year. say we only
Regardless
illegality charge about 30 acres of strawberries grown in Bradford County by Starke and county when they two years when trees begin t
the code and inspections. The called and it was decided to
the mobile home is the building invested in this
on site and is not only three or four commercial berry growers. $20,000 die Closer examination ma:
likely to be moved. Some good could yet county board feels that in the interest of purchase building commensurate a site and erect with a building which shall not only reveal conks on the live o

be derived from the controversy however efficiency it must do both. And there the bank's position in the Bradford County has long been noted for fine quality serve its usefulness now and dead trees or nearby : imps
strawberries each in the years to come, but will of the routs wil
the matter stands. spring I have been told that they were Examination
it it to the business world.
serves spur city on to also in the dim future, stand a
preferred by buyers In New York and other markets in reveal a very stringy ap
merging its zoning operations with the Out of this grew the $20,000 the North because of their superiority to other berries from magnificent monument tot pearance with crusty masse
Members of the City Zoning Board are
County Zoning Board where a full time brick and concrete structure the West. their memory. of pitch and sand on the roo

paid staff is equipped and qualified to administer reportedly incensed over last week'saction which now adorns the cornerat The officials of the bank are surface. The disease spore:
the codes and ordinances in a which they interpreted as the the intersection of Call and With this kind of reputation and demand you might all natives of Bradford County are wind borne primarily
their heads in wonder why our and production has decreased Fresh cut and wound:
businesslike thus such Council going over a Walnut Streets. acreage and while some of the stumps
manner avoiding
during the last few years. There are several factors that have on tree trunks are grea
If should be
of
matter procedure. they not born in this
::, goot ups as occurred last week. This beautiful building, by caused our producers either go out of business or switch to directors were places for the spores to ger
have so long
incensed enough to resign which far the handsomest in the other farming enterprises, but the biggest reason is that county, they minate. It then spreads U
their home and
if The merger of municipal and zoning several are said to be considering it county the plans of which growers could not realize a fair profit from their investmentand worked made it for its best interests healthy trees through roo

(t functions was recommended in the might bring to a head the long-delayed were drawn by Tally and labor. and advancement that their contact principally. Th
of city and county zoning Summers of Jacksonville, spores of this fungus can'
recently completed land use study con- merger oper- has a frontage on Call Streetof Strawberries have sold for about $3 to$4 per flat wholesalefor loyalty stands unquestioned. produce during the heat o

ducted under the 701 grant and such a ations.If 32 feet by 65 feet on Walnut many years while cost of production have more than The officers are :Weeks NT Florida's summer. Therefore

course of action meets with the approval Street. It is constructed of buff doubled in the last five or six years. As an example, plantsfor Ritch president; W.T.J.H. areas that have this fungus
Ritch
J s{ of the City Zoning Board whose sosomething constructive will pressed brick the foundationof one acre of berries cost about $150 six years ago. They cashier vice-president and ; S.L. Peek present need to be thinner
members would welcome relievedof have come out of the incidentand none concrete; with trimmingsof cost between $300 and $500 per acre today depending on the ; only from June througl
1 being too Bedford Indiana stone. variety and source of plants. Fertilizer, fuel pesticides and bookkeeper August.
1 their duties. soon. black plastic have also doubled in price recently.

............................ Black Root Rot attacks thE
FavorsAmendments Labor has also been an expensive item of cost to* pine seedlings. It ofter
R
MocKay strawberry growers Some growers paid as much as $2 a flat weakens the tree enough for
for picking last year. Most growers also found it frustrating flfl J JI insects to attack and kill it.

What's The Difference ? in finding people who were willing to work. Drought also kills many tree
weakended by this fungus..
In Market and modern methods of
RotnryTnlk competition mer- The first sign of its presence
t chandising have also had their affects on moving our I ; comes when the trees start to
,\ .. General agreement with all strawberries at a decent price. Large food chains now buy i1.cii ./ look unhealthy The needles
With the November 5 General Elec- ILirsch. Unemployment compensationdid seven constitutional amend- their produce in large carload lots and their central on the lower limbs in particular .
not exist. The Democrats proposed a ments to be voted on in the warehouses serve many stores in a given area. They demand SENIOR CHAPTER become thin or wilted
j' tion rapidly approachingwhen billion dollar public works programto November 5 General Electionwas carload lots of most items they run in their stores. This looking. The roots will often be
two
The
registered Democrats can cross party and voiced by Kenneth prohibits most small growers or operations from having a Bradford County FFA black and rough with ab
lines and vote for Republican candi provide emergency employment (Buddy) MacKay of Ocala, market for their berries. Chapters won first place for normal swellings. TheVrp, root
"the their
dubbed it exhibit
t Mr. Hoover promptly candidate for the U.S. Senate at the Greater
datesperhaps it is time to turn attend Jacksonville as well as most feeder and
d tion to a question that is sometimes most gigantic pork barrel ever perpetrated at the Starke Rotary Club last Another reason our strawberry acreage is down is that Fair lateral roots are destroyed.
on the American people." week there are fewer "family farming" operations today Many The exhibit was on the past The tap root is always made
asked of this
newspaper.The mothers and children now have jobs away from home insteadof present, and future of the useless by the disease.
The first, and one of the a strawberry patch or other crop that the whole family Future Farmers of America
,
question is usually put by some- Perhaps Mr. Hoover would have done most important amendments would work on. and achieving the goals of The Mushroom Rot lives U[

one who says, "I vote for the man and more to relieve suffering had he been is vital to the education tomorrow's agriculture.The to its name by producing
not the partythere's not ten cents free to his own humanitarian in- system of the state because it I have heard the remark that a forty acre farm would not clusters of mushrooms in the I
worth of difference in the pursue extends the time in which the support a family anymore. I'm sure that it can't under the seven FFA membersand summer and fall. It attacks t I
:. parties cliaitions. But he was restrained by his State Cabinet is allowed to present conditions of high cost of production and low pricesfor Mr. Greg Alvarez, our wide variety of shade anc ,

anyway" Then follows the inevitable Secretory of the Treasury, Andrew issue bonds for school, farm produce. However our economy is presently a advisor and Mrs. Alvarez, his forest trees, especially the I
t question"What is the difference Mellon, the strongest man in the Cabinetat community college and serious condition of uncertainty that could make a dollar and wife returned Sunday afternoon Australian Pines and/

between the Democrats and the Republicans that time. According to the Harsch university construction food very scarce items. If this does happen a garden, a small at four o'clock from Eucalyptus of South Florida '
i ?" MacKay said. truck farm or even a strawberry patch would be good IP their week at the National and Sand Pine and Oaks ir
Mellon wanted the
analysis, Secretary hard times Convention in Kansas City Central and North Florida.

Perhapsthis question can best be depression to run its course uncheckedand Other amendments forbid Mo., where they heard This disease readily spreads
unrelieved, right down to the discrimination against This is one of the reasons we have promoted vegetable President Ford speak. The by root contact. The trees are
answered comparison
by drawing a physically handicapped gardens and all other farming enterprises where there is a went on tours to places often
economic bottom, arguing that "peoplewill group severly damaged, losing
between the upcoming mid-term allow bonds of financial success. If our farmers can stay in
persons; county possibility like the American Royal at their tap root and many
election of 1974 and that of 1930. work harder, live a moral life, values backed by gasoline tax business, maybe we can still eat while we work to solve the Kansas City and AgriculturalHall laterals, even before the tree

will be adjusted and enterprising peoplewill revenue to be used for mass many other problems our nation faces today of Fame, TWA Overhaul looks weak
The comparison has been analyzed ina pick up the wreckage from less com- transit as well as highways; and others.

recent column by Washington correspondent petent people." require the State Game & Fish '...................... ....... ....... .... ...................... The Brown Cubicle Rot
Joseph C. ILirsch, who pointsout Commission to submit its The Bradford Senior attacks all species of pine in
the similarities between conditions budget to the legislature; Chapter won a Bronze Award Florida. It causes the wood to
The only kind of anti-depression changes the title of the officeof which is third place in the become brittle breaking Into
: in the U.S. and conditions two
now measure Mr. Hoover was willing to county tax assessor to National Chapter award. Theyall chunks when dry. The conks
j weeks before the mid-term elections in accept was .1 bill establishing a Reconstruction county property appraiser; had a very good time at the found on the ground are round

1930. Finance Corporation, and grants more independence convention and wish to go and yellowish-brown. Thoseon
to the Judicial next if the trunk of the tree are
i I empowered to lend at low in- again year possible.
money
Qualifications Commission in thin brackets growing one
t These similarities include a sharp terest rates to railroads banks, insurance investigating alleged The fish for the FFA fish above the other. The conk

decline in values on the stock market companies and industrial corpor- misconduct by the judiciary. .1 pond at the school farm came most readily seen sign of

and the beginnings of an economic ations.The Republican theory of dealing in Oct. 22, from the Game and disease produces great

I recession, including a rise in nationwide with recession has always been to pour .1,1 F Fresh Water Fish Com numbers of windblown spores
Assistant mission. infest with wounds
FSP that trees
unemployment.Back ry
money into business at the top and let it
the The
near ground. spores
Today (Thursday Oct. 24))
trickle down to the and
unemployed -
poor germinate and the
in the bleak days of 1930, as the .it the bottom.As Warden PromotedLarry Area the FFA II will be Contest having its heartwood rotting penetrate the wood
I Forestry on
nation floundering into the depths
was saw timber, pulpwood land near the tree's base and
of the great depression, Mr. llarsch every student of history knows, C. McAllister measurement and ocular. throughout the root.

I recalls that President Hoover worried these timid remedies did little to break assistant Florida State superintendent Prison, has been of There will also be the log All four.cf these diseases dcessentiallylhe

t about( the plight of the poor and the the grip of depression on the nation andit appointed superintendent of rolling and log sawing con same thing kill
numbers of But tests. These will be held at the laterals and tap root. It It
increasing unemployed. remained for Franklin D. Roosevelt, .a the new River Junction
O'Lenoat .
t occurred him do about Correctional Institution Camp High Springs.The important to realize that these
the most it to to Democrat with his bold and innovative State Contest will be held
diseases exist. It is impractical
Chattahoochee, Division of -
their misery was to ask for a charity measures to pull the country from the Corrections Director Louie L. Friday, Oct. 25, at Perry. to control these

drive which raised $15,000,000 at a time brink of anarchy by providing jobs for Wainwright announced last diseases under most forest 01

when, unemployment was moving the unemployed through public works. week. Charles Ferguson. shade tree conditions. U one of
to".mlten million. This would amountto Reporter these diseases become activeon

about $1.50 for each unemployedperson. This is just one example of the difference The appointment was made your property however
with the concurrence of OliverJ. JUNIOR CHAPTER measures would have to be
in philosophies of the Democratic Keller, Secretary of theDivision's taken to curtail its spread in
and Republican parties but it is one parent agency, the The Junior Forestry Team the stand. .
has members this
Direct federal relief of any kind was that still holds good and should be remembered Florida Department of Health They seven are: Connie Tanner year.,

considered unthinkable, even immoral, by those who go to the pollson and Rehabilitative Services.. Sonya Tenly Mark Reddish CUBB SeedProgram

by the Hoover administration says Mr. November 5.ati Roger Mitzel. Craig Holmes,
McAllister 33, is the James Livingston, and Billy Available
youngest person ever appointed Gnann.
superintendent of a Jimmy Alvarez On PanelAt
BRADFORD major correctional institutionin The team going to Camp CUBB Economic Agency's
QRIDq c. CO11 Florida other than Division Growers AssociationJimmy O'Leno State Park today Emergency Food and Medical
-SINCE1Si9hTy Director Wainwright, who (Thursday Oct. 24) is to be in Services Program again this
was also 33 when he was the Area II Contest. year has seeds available for
4 appointed superintendent of low-income citizens who wish

Opt y the Avon Park Correctional Alvarez right Southern Regional Vice Presidentof Kathy Baker, Reporter to add to the family Income by
planting fall
0 Institution in gardens.
1957. the Future Farmers of America. Starke chats briefly with
C1t,0 BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER Harold II. Kaatner. Sanford. General Convention Chairman .
N Publishers "Mr. McAllister has for the 31st Annual Convention of the Florida Fruit & ; Anyone interested in ob

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starka Fla. under Act demonstrated outstanding Vegetable Association. Alvarez participated on a panel !Ih! ; i'I taining further details about
judgment, ability and entitled "Agricultural Growth In an Urban Age" and "Youth .. getting seeds should call or
of March 3. 1879 maturity during the Opportunities In Agriculture." The held of visit CUBB's Neighborhood
$3.50 six month" nine panel was as part Alchemists believed that
''Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: years he has been employed In convention activities when the Association met In Hollywood, mercury and Rllphurcould'produce Servtce-.Center at the RJE
$4.00 six montta.Phrww
'Outside trade area: $7 per year: Fla. our correctional system". Florida earlier this month October). silver and gold. School Building In Starke.
9f4.63J5 Starfce. Telephone number Is
; : -- Wainwright said 964-5689.:
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October 24,1974 TELEGRAPH Page 11
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Ingenlath BUS & BMS SchoolMenus
pickles French fries orange Friday Hamburger gravy Saturday- luck
Mi's.Lillian Ingenlath 61, of milk. pot
1 Hampton died Monday Oct. Bradford High School Menu bun Thursday French fries- Sloppy Joe on Tuesday Tuna salad on mashed potatoes green
beans
lima beans corn bread peanut
.' r L 21, in Shands Teaching for the week October 28 Nov. applesauce milk. lettuce or chili, peas and butter bars milk.
t S Hospital Gainesville after a 1: carrots jello with bananas
nil Friday Chicken and rice
e long Illness. Born in Brooklyn Monday Corn dog baked saltines milk. 301
N.Y. on Aug. 8, 1913, she was beans cole slaw mixed fruit, sweet bread peas milk.Bradford juice. in jello corn
employed as a secretary at roll milk. WednesdaySpaghetti with
i the University of Florida and Tuesday Grilled cheese County meat sauce cheese tossed FLORIDATHEATRE D'RIVEINFri I
was a Baptist.Surviving sandwich vegetable soup, Elementary Schools and salad applesauce, French
is a daughter tossed salad 1-2 peach milk. Middle School Menu for the bread milk.Thursday.
$ Mrs. Edith Boatwright of Wednesday Pizza, green week October 28 Nov. 1: Hot dog on bun, : & Sat
I' r V11lII S Hampton; her mother Mrs. beans orange juice banana Monday Hamburger on baked beans cabbage slaw
; '; a N t 4 Lillian Schick Brooklyn pudding milk. bun, lettuce and tomato and cake milk.Askew's Sun Man
N.Y.; two sisters Mrs.
t 1 Dorothy McMillian. Long Fri-Sat-Sun
Island N.Y., and Mrs. Albert. JLBBtkJJAft
W, Hynes, Babylon N.Y., and n1
six grandchildren. 1974 Growth Conference
Funeral services were heldat lI
A
3:30: p.m. Wednesday in r

Jones Rev. Bob Memorial Cooper Chapel officiating.with recommended a State tax on

Interment was in Hampton
i Cemetery. 'your Personal Income and the


?' Titus Olson charter member of the Bradford County Farm ((1;... t t repeal of 'your Homestead ExemptionJerry

Bureau buys the first bond to finance construction of a Farm ciueSunday
Bureau building from Finance Committee Member J.R.! Thomas will fight any such move. .just as he
"Wainwright. fought Askew's Corporation Tax pass-on which you .
Sunday Sunday School now pay In your utility bill. Enough Is enough I
Farm Bureau Building Fund 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship at BUJ'OPUSSI.1r'
11 o'clock; Homecoming ELECT JERRY THOMAS ; 4I \.
Kicked Off At Annual MeetingSTARKE begins at 5:00: p.m. Dinner on A MAN WHO'S ON YOUR SIDEJERRY t
the ground; Celebration of 8EC
Hope by Church Choir 7:30: N&
Some 250 member of the county Farm A LIEGE UIN
Bradford County Farm Bureau and probably the p.m.Monday Girls Ensemble "
Bureau members and guests oldest Farm Bureau memberin 6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir DUR'i\tA'i:..
gathered to eat chicken the county. Practice 7 o'clock.
pileau mild or hot Saturday Ray Crawford Union Tuesday Junior Choir. Now...tine ttrrr.
afternoon late at the county County Farm Bureau member 320.: Ic yon' mat SOT ItiWAUGHS !
fairgrounds at the annual present for the Bradford Wednesday Family Night THOMASm
meeting. meeting Saturday told the Supper 6:15: ; Sunday School HULL BCP,gaarotatlonInGaas, '
Main business of the audience that Union's new Workers Mtg.; R.A.; G.A.;
meeting was to kick off the building several years ago Acteens, World Friends Ao I'-
sale of bonds to finance "was the best thing we've Mission Friends 6:45: ; "Hourof FOR GOVERNORt'' __WrM,ana 1,0 Plus
construction of the new county done in Union County In Power",7:30: ; Church Choir y ya
,Farm Bureau building goingup years.ItBonds Practice 8:30.Thursday .
PlusSummer "A
Governor afford Ride
and you can Long
now on US-301 between the may be purchasedfrom Inspiration 1&8'
agriculture building and the any member of the Visitation, 9:30: a.m. ; Music
highway patrol station. Sale of Finance Committee of the Makers Choir 3:20: ; Of 4 2 From
,the land for the building by the Farm Bureau: J.R. Kelly Visitation 7pm.Ben PD POL ADV Paid for by Jerry Thomii Camp"pn Fund H.p. 4/z t .Hell"Florida
'Bradford Fair Association to chairman; Wade Gaskins
the county Farm Bureau Freddy Watterson and J.R. P.Bryant Pastor
organization was recently in Wainwright.Dr. .
'''contention but the buildingwas
still going up this week Dopson Cited
after the Fair Association''
board of directors last week At SeminarDr.
voted to uphold action of the

committee which arrangedthe Ronald E. Dopson of .
sale of the land. .
Starke was commended at a
The sale was opposed by seminar held
program
Commissioner George recently in Orlando by Dr. a
Roberts owner of an insurance Richard C. Badzmski of ..
agency in Starke and of Condition 30 1974
other representatives of the Chiropractice Orlando president Services In-of \ationatll Consolidated Statement September ,
insurance business at a iukorItorid
ternational, and vice- <
special meeting of the county president of the organization, : J
commission the previous Dr. Thomas A. Owen of
week. Saturday's was the first Jacksonville.
annual meeting of the FB at
Dr. active in
Dopson
which member of the many
no
Starke or Bradford com professional programs and Assets Directors'
organizations, received a
missions was present. FB citation which read, in part ". Cash and Due from Banks . . $ 233.013,095 R. HUGH DANIEL
Pres. Goal of the
Farm Bureau George is to sell $15,000of in appreciation for his. Investment Securities: Chairman &Treasurer -

thh bonds available in concepts professional, support and advice.invaluable U.S. Treasury Securities. . . 57.665.773 Daniel International Corporation.BirminghamAlabama '..
denominations of $100 at eight
For being a dedicated Doctorof U.S. Government Agency HARRY A. DEBUTTS

""perfcent Farm Bureau Interest.Member Veteran Titus Chiropractic; devoted to his Obligations . ,,,.; .,. : .' ". 84.623.785 Former President
Olson is the first purchaser of patients in accordance with State and Municipal Bonds .". . 246,031.322 Southern RatlwayCompanyUppervllleVirginia

a bond. Olson is a charter art the of philosophy his noble science profession.and Other Securities . . . >. . 43494.429 CHARLES H. DOLSON

Trading Account Securities. .' . . 5226.312 Chairman. Executive Committee
Delta Air Lines. Inc.,Atlanta. Georgia
Federal Funds Sold & Securities

Purchased Under Agreement RICHARD E. EHLIS

SPECIALS ON to Resell . . . . . 48400.000 Florida National Bank at Lakeland

Loans and Discounts. . . . . 708,895,535
Bank Premises & Eguipment (net) . 36,340.916 O.P. HEWITT. IR

Other Real Estate Owned . . . 528.592 Florida NetlanDl Bank at Orlando
Interest and Income Earned

Not Collected . . . . . 12.522.793 FRED H. KENT
Kent. Sears. Durden & Kent. Attorneys
.2,654,203
Other Assets Jacksonville

Total Assets . . . . $ 1.479.396.755 CHAUNCEY LEVER
President and Chairman of the Board
-- Florida National Banks of Florida. Inc.
Come in and meet Charles President
Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville

Green our Front End and
Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity JOHN H. MANRY JR.
Mr. Green is President
Brake Specialist. Florida National Bank& Trust Company at Miami
De :

a skilled auto mechanic with 20 Demand. . . . . . . $ 549.252,454 ALLEN H. NEUHARTH

years experience in improvingyour Time and Savings . . . . 683.508.301 Gannett President Company and Chief Inc.Rochester.Executive Officer New York

car's operating per Total Deposits . . . . 1232760.755 DR. ALTON OCHSNER

Federal Funds Purchased & Founder
formance and efficiency.MENT.$9. Ochsner Clinic and Ochsner Foundation Hospital
Sold Under "
Securities New Orleans. Louisiana

Agreement to Repurchase . . 39.236.600
WHEEL 5 0 Interest & Income Collected- STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
President of FlorldtiTallahassee
Former University
Not Earned . . . . . 25.881.509
Provision for Taxes. Interest etc. . 10308.526
Other Liabilities.449,661 11. PARRISH JR.

TIRE ROTATION $ 10 00 Total Liabilities . . . 1308637.051 President,11. Parrlsh & Co..Board Inc.
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Win Homecoming Game 276STARKE


Union Gridders .........
Bradford High defensive end Sheldon Hodge 41 yards in the air.PlayIlyPlay. tackler away from going all Prevatt's kick after went
Gridders took control of busted through the line and the way. With another first right through( t the uprights and
visiting Bolles after the blocked the punt which was down DeSue was stopped for (See Page 16)
opening kickoff and held the picked up by linebacker Bolles made the opening no gain but on the next play
Roll 59-0 Over Bulldogs to one touchdown to Dwight Barber who ran into kickoff giving BHS the ball on Prevatt hit Richard Lashleyin
take a 27-6 Homecoming the endzone for the last score its own 30 yard line. On first the right flats for eight HeDAKA
victory here Friday night. of the game. The kick by down DeSue went over left yards to the 22 yard line. Then
BHS's defense has credit for Prevatt was good and the guard for five yards followedby DeSue went an extra five up
two touchdowns and a blocked score remained 27-6 for the a seven yard run over left the middle for a first down at Sell's More
North ChristianLAKE punt. For the second score of rest of the game. tackle to give BHS a first the 17 yard line.
the game in the first quarter DeSue was Bradford's down at the 42 yard line. After a two yard run by
James Aldridge had a big hole leading rusher with 82 yardsfor After two and one faced runs DeSue, Prevatt went around Trail! Bikes
BUTLERTiger every quarter, outcome of the asked them,"said a pleased to run through and scored on a the night while Jimmy by DeSue,BHS was witha left end, getting another 10
footballers blitzed 59-0 over an game was never in doubt. It Tiger Coach Jones imme- 65 yard punt return. The first Prevatt was next in line with third down at the 45 yard yards for a first down at the
outclassed North Florida was 14-0 after the first period, diately after the game. score of the game came when 45 yards. Tommy Reddish line. Then Prevatt took off five yard line. Than Anyone
Christian School for Union 35-0 at the half 43-0 after the "We played 38 boys; that's Beaver DeSue rolled throughthe racked up 34 yards for the around right end for 10 yards DeSue made two one yard
High's fifth victory and fourth third quarter and 59-0 after everybody we've got." TheTigerfirstatringerscarely middle for three yards anda night. Reddish had a pulled for a first down on the Bolles runs on first and second downsto
shutout of the season in a non the fourth. got touchdown. The kick by muscle during the game. 45 yard line. move the ball to the three Else I In TheWorld
conference rout Friday night., 'I'm happy: our boys into the game in the second Jimmy Prevatt was good and On the next play DeSue yard line, then on third down
With the Tigers scoring in executed. They did what was.Tiger half, never as a unit, although BHS took a 7-0 lead with 6:59: Prevatt hit three of five broke loose up the middle for took it over the goal line for
.. .. starting quarterback Eddie ]left in the first period. passes for the game totaling 15 yards. DeSue was one the score.
Hazen played the entire game. The Aldridge punt return ""oO.. ........ ..00 .... .. .. .., !

Powerful offensive unit of put BHS in front 13-0 with 4:43:
left in the first GO
period.
the Tigers amassed 421 yardson
Bolles scored its lone TD in
the in
ground 80 running
the second period on a seven CARTS
plays. Hazen passed only \
.. .
three times The Tigers couldrun yard pass from David Skinnerto .. .
/H
1x at will on the Eagles from Scott Danson. The extra .. LI.::.. 22995 ,
ri,' ,?', Tallahassee, and did. point kick was blocked by BHS I' .,.' .
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end Dale Haas.
First with '
6:26 ;
score came :
left in the first period on the BHS got the kickoff at the 45 I ., \, ".. ,; 'fII :, '' I y
yard line, then drove down to 4r'r \
first Curtis 1.--"f. .
Tiger possession, 'I ; /
Sirmones going right yardsfor the 11 yard line. Then quar ii'.. ,.,t ,.. ; ,1>!I. POULAN
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r the score. Sirmones was terback Jimmy Prevatt hit "'. .;." '. .. .' ..... ..:i1: t ,.. "-,_. CHAIN SAWS
Matt Hull in the left
on target <
4" 1fIj
1 4 .LN hit at the three but carried t. ''1'' ;".... ,. 'f ((.
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corner of the field and Hull t. .b.
Garland Sandel and l
Eagles ....
1 into took it over the goal line for :: : :' : r.00.,.,)", I
Lonny Mayfield the end- another BHS TD The kick > "llt-, I
zone with him. The drive 'I :
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and : t
after by Prevatt was good J ,
,ijll covered 56 yards in eight '
Tornadoes lead .
with the took a 20-7 '
y plays Sirmones, Lorenzo
gi with 5:10: left in the first half I'' -
INDIANSare
Griffin and
Il t Andy Howard ." the
carrying. Griffin ran for the Bolles had a better offensive ,1.! ..
two-point conversion and game in the second half, .', J. .1 coming
Lake Butler led 80. holding together drives, ;
Andy Howard went nine spurred by passes. But the STARKE CYCLE
yards up the middle for the BHS defense would not allow a
second Tiger TD which came score. CENTER

s with l'U left in the first Bolles made it down to the ..... ... ... ....,
period. The drive covered 52 BHS 28 yard line where BHS 304 E CALL ST
yards in seven plays with held the Bulldogs to a fourth James Aldridge (23)) Is on his way to a 65 yard punt return that ended In Bradford's I II spcimd
Griffin and Howard doing down punting situation. 6'4 score of the night when the Tornadoes rolled 27-6 over Bolles for I Homecoming. 9646020Danll
most of the ball carrying off ti
the option. Hazen's run for the
quarterback Eddie llazen round the end on Florida
Christian, but is about to be tackled by the extra point failed. LB led 14-0 '
Eagles' Jirry !
llauversburk. as close.the first period drew to a BHS JV Upsets ; Let TheCald

Going 41 yards in nine plays
'" the Tigers had their third Catch You
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-----N----r-- touchdown just four minutes Palatka South
into the second period. Hazen,
on the keeper,gained 30 yardson
: \ the drive. Sirmones went
Two l
ptrJfe SIOl18 "
: over from the three, then
II kicked the extra point and the 22-0 To Star 4-0

\ qusli1tf inhcrneatners sate fat Ii Tigers the first led half.21-0 with 8:04: left in ... ee

\ s Jimmy Mobley struck like Upsetting unbeaten Palatka through with another spec
/ lightening at the Eagles on South 22-0 Bradford High tacular game," says Head JV e o
', ,, their first play from scrim junior varsity gridders won Coach Harry Hatcher."I o e
-- mage after the Tiger TD. their fourth straight game in a thought the defense did
------, -- Quarterback Jimmy Bellflower row to hold a perfect record an outstanding job. Palatka
\ threw for split end Elton after they belt the Braves on had the ball four times below f'it'4"' R' 'r
Automatic Johnson. Mobley cut in frontof the road last Wednesday. the 15 yard line and we did not
oilingLightweight \.(. Priced from Johnson, snared the ball on Palatka has beaten Brad allow them to score," says _
the Eagle 35, and returned it ford for the last two years in a Defensive Coach Roger
: ; : S99.95NEW all the way into the Eagle end- row, but with a great team Chilson.
Fast starting zone for the fourth Tiger effort the Baby Tornadoes had "Overall the defense has
&+Mt.nh R.bII hIN. score. The Tiger extra point their third shut out. gained a lot of confidence and
try never got off due to a Gainesville High was the pride. If we stay mentally
fumbled snap, but they led 27- only team to score on BUS but prepared we will continue to
with7:55: left in the first half Bradford came out in front 14- do a great job on defense,"
HDMELITE"XLwith { The two touchdowns had come 8. commented Chilson. SG4-624G
Walnut St.
603 S.
"The offense offensive line carried Starke
within nine seconds on the did a real good "The
10"bar and chain clock.A job and the defense came (See Page 1.1))
cuts logs quickly and easily tiger fumble,they had two
$99.95tiiiiidJ for the night, made them start
Only deep in their own territory as
the half drew to a close But 11
plays and 86 yards later they KENNETH H. MacKAYIS
had their fifth TD Luke Smith
going over from two yards out
with 1:04: left in the first half. AN EFFECTIVE LEGISLATOR
Hazen tried to throw for the
\ f ) extra points, couldn't, ran
I instead, and the Tigers led 35- '
'a NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1969
0 going into the half.Thesubstituting .

I the Tiger scoring didn't, as stop the NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1970

yQM.urn ) ,,r- Sirmones second half returned got under the Eagle way. CHOSEN THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1971

J ) second half kickoff 47 yards to
i fIJ5) the Eagle 35, but was kept CHOSEN THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1973
!rf r from breaking away by Elton
Famous See Page 13)) SELECTED THE MOST EFFECTIVE IN COMMITTEE IN 1973


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BHS To Face Tough 5-0 Macclennv Friday, Night I


LIwr1a Facing an old time rival, 4-1 the early 60's when they had through this season un- runner and passer and a good! defense- the same as- Middle linebackers-- are

: Bradford High gridders will Dupree, Rhoden and Watson defeated so far boosting a 5-0 team leader. Vanguard, St.Augustine and Robert Hope and James
visit 5-0 Macclenny Friday playing for them," commented record, and Macclenny's Macclenny runs from a Pro- Bolles. Rollins. Hope is quick and
night starting at 8 p.m. Head BHS Coach pride will probably put I offense most of
"Baker up a the time. The "The thing that impressesme likes to blitz a lot. Rollins is
best team has probably got the David Hurse. tough battle for Bradford. Wildcats use a split-40 the most about the Baker real quick, like a cat, likes to
they have had since The Wildcats have gone "Right now all they are defense is its quickness," hit and reads plays well,
talking about in Macclenny commented Hurse. according to the report.
a beating Starke, and possibly lEi3lD IlIEWffi "Especially the quickness of has two good
.. Union Gridders Roll. \;: Macclenny
......
state playoffs, commented the linebackers. In order to
r w size tackles, Anthony Givens,
0 (From Page 12) Hurse. t win we will have to block the 210 pounds, and Larry Jordon,
BHS defense will face the :: 1,' linebackers."
Both
250 move goodfor
conversion. The score stood at. Johnson who Z:3 pounds.
finally made the
1- toughest runningback of the the
51-0 with 10:43: left in the Running split-40, they their speed and both are
w a game. stop.With season. The Wildcat run- have four linebackers, two aggressive and like to hit.
sT y ;, The final TD drive of 53 Hazen, Sam Jackson, ningback is Curtis Williams, outside the ends and two Ends Tim Nunn, 180, and
I t % yards consumed almost Doug Barnett, and Tony Pay- 185 pounds. According to the by Neil Crawford between the tackles. Terry Burnes both have good
six
: minutes of the fourth tee in the backfield, the Tigers BHS scouting report he is Playing for Macclenny on speed and are hard to block.
period. used six running plays to their horse, is tough and Bradford Bassmasters held the outside linebackers are The offensive line averages
Coming with
4:25
left in the
:
score the sixth TD, Paytee strong, and excellent
game, Tony runner their October Tournament Mike Carter 190, and Jack 184 pounds. Tackles are Larry
Paytee went
t .w ,W from five yards out and Sam over going over from the two. with great speed. Saturday the 19 on Orange and Laurone, ISO pounds. Both are Burnseed, 230 pounds, who
Jackson ran for the two point "He has tremendous ac- Lochloosa Lakes. real and read
Jackson ran for the two point quick plays likes to hit and is strong in
conversion and Lake Butler celleration and we must stop This North Eastern win has well.
UDDer
conversion. It was Pay tee'ssecond led 43-0 with less than three him," says Hurse. Williams slowed down old big mouth, he -.--.-.----body--...---
TD of the night. The minutes in the second w'- -.
of
gone does most his damage on did not cooperate too well. ---.sr
final
score was 590. half. A Hazen fumble and two isolation "I,4iy.
plays the middle
up At 7 the Bassmasterswere "
a.m.
. Everybody looks and the referees hands go In the air as 15 yard penalties, a Tiger per- and on sweeps to the side. excited about the [ 'I
Kenny Aycox," scores a three yard touchdown for BUS sonal foul and late hit +wrikeS
against Llht Butler a gave Baker does not drive the tournament, they all launched
North Fla I
Bolles Florida Christian extra time ball, they don't have to their boats and went their
23 Flnt Downs with the football. because Williams usually seperate ways.
021 Yards Gained Rushing 57 Kevin Blom finally got the scores on break away plays The first part of the morningwas ,
HS Cross 10 Yards Gained Passing 0 ball back for LB with a from around the
Country Teamoses 1 131 1 PC PA PI 0123 pass 40-43 yard fine, but then the wind
o Punts 7253 interception with about a line.Doing began to pick up and by noon it
2 Fumbles Lost 0 minute felt in the third period. a lot of blocking for was getting pretty choppy on
To North MarionBradford 80 VardS LoS Penalties 0 Tiger subs went 65 yards in Williams will be fullback Mike Orange Lake. My partner,

-- eight plays, the quarter Carter, 190 pounds. He is big Earl Muse and I we fished that
High Cross not run in the meet because ofa scoRe BY QUARTERS changing midway the drive, and strong, quick and a good same lake all day.
ountry runners lost 26-41 to back injury. Llkl Butler 1. 21 8 16 S9 for the seventh touchdown. blocker as well as a good Orange Lake is a hard laketo
{
|,orth Marion in Ocala "For the last three weekswe Luke Smith ran 24 yards on a runner, according to the scout fish after the wind gets up, rnNp) i
(lonclay while Dunellon ran have been running poorly North FII. 0 0 0 0 0 pitchout, off the option, report. especially when it is a nor
our runners in the meet, not and we have not shown much around left end for the score. Proman Butch Rowe, 140, theastern wind.
ualifying for placing. interest in winning," com- L Sirmones eighty yard run (Grlflln Several Eagles looked to have junior, likes to run from 12 hours later at 7 p.m. all
Marion mented Cross Country and run) good angles but the speedy sideline to sideline and is Bassmasters returned safe
North runner L
Howarelelg" yard run (Conversion
obert West took first place in Track Coach Grover Howard. attempt failed Smith outraced them into the fairly quick, according to the back to Nell's Fish Camp on
fie meet with a time of 12:27: "But in the last meet our L Sirmones three yard run (Sir endzone. report. Junior quarterbackKlate Cross Creek.
Bradford's Kirk attitude improved tremen- mones Kick) Hazen passed to Tim White- Yarbrough 170 pounds, All seemed to be glad that it
ninutes.unsinger placed second, not dously and we are getting L L Smith Mobley three 23 yard yard run run(Hazen kick failed run)) head for another two point is a real good kid, a good was over. After the fish were

ar behind in 12:32: minutes.rry mentally prepared for the Paytee three yard run (Jackson weighed in, Don Thompsonand 1973.71
Paterson third conference meet coming run) Denton Sumrall were the Harold Branham accepts runner-up trophy from
placed November 9." up L Smith 24 yard run(Whitehead pan BHS JV Upsets.... winners. Neil Crawford and Hussmaster's President Pat Welch at the recent banquet at
Ir.. BItS with a time of 12:37: from Haten the
The conference Earl Muse came in second University Inn in Gainesville
linutes. meet will be L Paytee four yard run (Jacksonrun
Bradford did not have hosted by Buchholz of ) (From Page 12)

not her place until the ninth Gainesville and the meet will Sirmones led Tiger ball which was capped by a three out all the assignments to the SAV4GcOWFUEIcA
pot where Ricky Solze took take place at the Santa Fe carriers with 93 yards in 13 yard leap by Aycox for the letter and they did the best job
mth place. Freddie Bell took Community College Cross carries, a 7.1 average. Sam score. Prevatt hit Charley of the year which made good
3th! place while Mike Sher- Couotry course Jackson gained 70 yards in Revell on a swing pass in the holes for the backs to run SQU&J2D -- KE WINTER-TIGHT, DRAFT-FREE WINDOWS X
nan placed 14th. This week our number one seven carries, a 7.6 average. endzone to convert for anothertwo through," commented Of- DOORS PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS
Other runners in the meet and two men improved and QB Hazen ran for 44 yards in points putting BHS in fensive Line Coach Reddy ,
or BHS were Mathew Box now all we have to do is Improve 12 carries, a 3.8 average. Fullback front 160. Cox. "I think they are e plastic =
obert Best, McCoy White, "the three four and five Andy Howard ran for 36 The last score of the game physically ready to play ,Flexible
'avid Best. Mike Sanders did men says Howard. yards in nine carries, a 4.0 came when Revell returned a football. rystal- _I
Thursday BHS will travel to average. Lorenzo Griffin ran punt for 65 yards to the goal Bradford's first score came r
Ocala to taKe on Vanguard at 4 for 32 yards in six carries, a line. The extra point con- in the first quarter when
p.m. then Monday afternoon 5.3 average. Tony Paytee ran version was no good, but BHS runningback Kenny Aycox
host Gainesville High School for 28 yards in six carries, a still had the 22-0 advantage. broke loose from his own 25 COld"1
rM starting at 3:30: pm. Eastside 4.7 average. L. W. Cummingsran Another play that almost yard line for 75 yards to the In t4 \
may participate in the GHS- for 13 yards in three tries, turned into a score for BHS goal line. Then quarterback Llolds y' BBp5 out II

BHS meet. a 4.3 average. was when Earl Biggs In- Jackson Prevatt on the option 11 Easy To In..II tercepted a I pass_ in! the end- right keeper scored on the two Tests t prove t that you can cut winter(uel bills f'Cu FI.-O.GI., ..to.10.' \
to 40% by windows and J
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to mid field. in front 8-0 all the way to the
LOOK FOR THE Windows lose more heat than anywhere else in the house. A '/," crack ONLY
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BHS had four interceptionsfor
around a loose.fitting window lets In as much cold as a 5" hole in
the night. Revell caughttwo "In the first half we did not NAME TlbafS 4 5
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I LEGALSIN OBITUARIES CHURCH ACTIVITIES and other relatives. They
Church of God iLAWT
Sunday attended Homecoming at the
"- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Methodist Church on Sunday.

vices 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. Miss Catherine Young, of
THE CIRCUIT COURT Of- materials, machinery. labor, and Mrs.Oklee Altman YPE and Prayer meeting 7:30: I Lakeland, and Mr. and Mrs.

FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL equipment for: p.m. Saturday night. Grade. These students have Wendell Kelly and daughter
football in Starke Mrs. Claude Rowe was a
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Lift RAIFORD Mrs. Oklee Faith Baptist Church done excellent work in game Kathy, of Lake Worth, spent
Fencing and Hydraulic Friday night. Saturday overnight guest of
BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL Cason Altman, 61, died Friday Radio Program over WPXE physical education and will the weekend with their
Bradford Center, Godwin of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston.
Operations
,
ACTION. CASE NO. 74249.IN morning, Oct. 18, in Raiford Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible assume leadership positionthis Tommy parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie
School Board of Bradford Gainesville, visited his :Mrs Charlie Sellers and
School
after heart attack 10 a.m. Worship Ser- week. attended
an apparent
They
Kelly.
Starke Florida brother-in-law and Mrs. Pierce Crews
County, sister, Mr. were
RE: The marriage of vices 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. Donations for the carnivalare and Homecoming at the Methodist
Mrs. dinner of
Harold
Eunice Thursday guests
Born in Bradford County, School on Bible Doctrine still at the ,
being accepted Church on Sunday.
be
will
at which time Bids Wednesday morning.Mr. their brother-in-law and
BETTY P. MAJOR, publicly opened and read aloud. Mrs. Altman lived her entire Tuesday 8 p.m at pastor's school. Please turn items in by and Mrs. Edward sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Peterson,
Wife/Petitioner, life in the Raiford community home. Prayer Meeting afternoon.
Friday Park Mr. and
of
Dowling ,
Any Bid received after the time Jones, of Jacksonville, visited Pringle, of Worthington
where she operated the OA Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Bible Mrs. Robert Whetsel and two
and date specified herein will not their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Springs.
and, Store. She was a Study. PERSONALS
Country daughters Cynthia and
be considered. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Mrs. Martha Strickland and
Friday
Plans Specifications, and member of the Raiford Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs L.H. Harperand afternoon. children, Patricia and Robin, and Mrs. Bettie Tresca
ROY L MAJOR, Husband/ be Baptist Chruch. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. sons. Tommy and Wayne, and daughter Nancy, of
Contract Documents may Les McClellan spent from Thomas, of Hazelhurst, Ga.,
Respondent. Survivors include a Worship Services Ham. and Starke
of visited their
attended
Keystone Heights,
examined in the office of the Wednesday to Friday as a spent the weekend with her
Owner (School Board of daughter: Miss Kathleen 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7pm. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl patient in Baptist Memorial brother and sister-in-law Mr. Homecoming at the Methodist
NOTICE OF SUIT Alvarez of Tallahassee a and United Methodist the
Prevatt week.
Post Office ; during Church on Sunday.
Bradford County, Hospital, Jacksonville. Mrs. and Mrs. Gene Pearson. Other
Florida brother: Carlos Cason of Fellowship at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mrs. Walter Martin, and
Drawer 939, Starke, McClellan and their their
daughter guests on Sunday were
,
TO: ROY L. MAJOR Raiford, and two sisters: Mrs. Wednesday. and and Mrs.
DonR. family, Maines Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen,
of
32091)), and at the office Mrs. Marjorie Reddish, of the brother-in-law, Joe Scar-
Address Unknown Cassie of Raiford and Sunday, Oct. 27 Sermon
Starling ,
Griffis and
children of
P.A. attended Church of God, of
Architect,
Morgan, State Farm brought him borough, and son, Dale, of
(Post Office Box 987, Green Mrs. Mildred Priester of Topic, "Christian Love. Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert home. Jacksonville his nephew and Jacksonville\ on Sunday. They
;
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Dallas, Texas. Evening Service and Administrative E. Smith and of of .
Cove Springs, Florida). family Mrs. Jim Burton, of niece, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck were dinner guests Mrs.Martin's
an action for dissolution of Services were held Mondayat Board Meetingwill
and Mr.
Bayless Highway, son-in-law and
Plans and Specifications Baker
may Jacksonville, and Mr. and qf North, Ga.
marriage and other relief has be obtained as follows: 11 a.m. in the Chapel of be at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Thomas G. Whaleyand Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, Mrs. Charlie Sellers daughter, Mr. and Mrs.!
been filed against you in the Upon receipt of $10.00, two Archer Funeral Home in Lake Highland Baptist Church family of Starke were spent the weekend with their returned to her home in Kenneth Prater, and family.
above styled Court and are Butler with Rev. John Ross Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
you Sunday dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman
sets of Plans and Specifications mother, Mrs. P.L.Dinkins. All Auburndale on Saturday after
required to serve a copy of your for this Koject," will be forwarded officiating. Burial was in Sapp Worship Services 11 a.m. and mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson of them attended spending a few days with her and sons, and Mrs. Darlene
written defenses, if any on S.L collect. If Plans and Specifica- Cemetery in Raiford. Archer 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting their sister, Mrs. Daisy Homecoming at Grace sister: Mrs. Pierce Crews Norman and sons spent the
Scruggs, Post Office Drawer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Boche and
condition Lynn. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
in
tions are returned good Methodist Church on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace and
"C Gainesville, Florida 32602, was in charge of Northside Baptist Church
Elizabeth
within ten days after Miss Terry was a and Mrs. Charles granddaughter, Miss Holly Roy Smith of Seville. They
and file the original with the arrangements. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- of her sister Mrs. J.P.
receipt of Bids, the full depositwill guest Tanner and family, of Green Gibbs, of Jacksonville, were attended the Rodeo at Pierson
Clerk of the above styled Court, be refunded. ship Services 11 a.m and 7:30: Wyrick, of Tallahassee, while there.
Cove visited dinner of their
Springs, their Sunday guests
on or before the 30th day of for Plans p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed Monday to Friday. While Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice
NOTE: All requests Mrs. Nettie II. Muim parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
October, A.D.,1974 otherwise, nesday at 7:30 .
; : pm.SCHOOLNEWS there her and
and Specifications shall be made nephews nieces, Tanner, on Saturday. Teston. were guests of their soninlawand
a judgement may be entered through the office of the Ar LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston Mrs. Jeanne Lee visited her daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
against you for the relief chitect. died Larry Carter, Leanne, Sheri, Ronnie Mosley, of Maxville,
and
Nettie H. Mann, 83, and family attended the parents, Mr. Mrs. G.L.
requested in the Petition. All and other
Bid submitted shall be parents and John Wyrick Carter Sunday afternoon. They
Each Thursday morning in Brad- Homecoming football game at Peterson, and attended the on
WITNESS hand and seal citizens of Lawtey and
my accompanied by a cashier's ford County Hospital in Starke visited them. Miss Arthurine Starke Friday night dedication of the new Dowling helped their grandaughter
of said Court on the 24th day of surrounding areas are
check or bid bond in the amountof after an extended illness. Blanchard took Miss Terry to Mrs. Bill Royster, of N. Apartments at Dowling Park celebrate her first birthday.
September, A.D., 1974.GILBERTS. reminded that the annual Fish
Five Percent of the Bid Born in Georgia, Mrs. Mann the bus at Raiford on Mondayand Augusta, S.C. and Mrs. Drew while there. Mr and Mrs. Charlie
payable to the School Board of moved to Florida early in life. Supper and Carnival will be Mr. and Mrs. Truman Reddish and Mrs. Mamie Lou Robert Lee and John just Stemhouser of Jacksonville,

BROWN Bradford County. She is the widow of the late Dr. held Saturday, Oct 26, Norman met her there Friday Edwards, of Starke, visited returned from a visit with his '\ere guests of their cousins,
Clerk of the Circuit Court Surety Company shall be J.W. Mann. beginning at 5 p.m. The cost afternoon her brother and sister-in-law, daughter and son-in-law VIr.! and Mrs. O.J. Anders, on

By Donna M Branson Clerk licensed to do business in the Mrs. Mann and her sons for the supper is $1.50 per Mr. and Mrs, James Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Karen and Manuel Martinez, 'uebday afternoon.

Deputy state of Florida and shall be owned and operated Lake plate. Harlister, of Jacksonville, Sunday afternoon. of Bisbee, Arizona. -- -- -- -- -- --

10/3 4t 10/24 listed by the United States Butler Pharmacy (now Andrews Physical the week education for this week studentsof spent Friday with Mr. and Friends of W.E. Gault, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley, FOR SALE: All kinds of
are:
Treasury Department. Surety Drugs) from 1914 to Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. regret to learn that he is a of Bushnell, spent the office home, and school
Company shall, also, comply Kimberly Ghent-Third Grade; Miss Lynne Bechem of patient in Methodist Hospital, weekend with their soninlawand supplies. Come by The
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO with all requirements of the 1969.Mrs.. Mann was a memberof Courtney and DoughertyFourthGrade Jacksonville, and Lynn Boch Jacksonville. Our love and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Office Shop or call 964-6305
REGISTER General Conditions and Supplementary Sybil Kelly-Fifth attended the Homecoming .
the Lake Butler Chapter of prayers are with him. Wayne Massey and family. for service.
FICTITIOUS NAME
General Conditions, of the Eastern Star for 50 years,
the above Specification.Jim a member of the Woodmen
Pursuant to Section 86509 Circle, and a member of the
Florida Statutes notice Is here Temple Superintendent Harmony Freewill Baptist
by given that the undersigned Bradford County Schools Church.

Mrs. Evelyn E. Miner, Davison 10/243t 11/7 She is survived by two sons:
Mobile Home Park Lot 12, Howard and Hoyt Mann, bothof rEveryDayLowPricc
Starke, Florida, 32091, doing Lake Butler; three grand Every iyLowPrice] |
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
business under the firm name of
children and four
"M & M SALES & SERVICE", CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, great BEEF

444-G West Madison Street, IN AND FOR BRADFORD grandchildren.Services held Saturday Pantry
Starke, Bradford County, COUNTY, FLORIDAIn were FAIR REGULAR GRIND
Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. in the
Florida 32091, intends to register Harmony Freewill Baptist SIRLOINSTIAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE
said fictitious name under the Church with Rev. Hollis
provisions of aforesaid statute. JARVIS Petitioner, and MARIE Warren officiating. Burialwas
Mrs. Evelyn E. Milner, sole JARVIS, Respondent. M
in Ebenezer Church
owner. Cemetery near Glenville, sUfi: fETS: COFFEELB
Dated this 30th day of NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Georgia. Archer Funeral

September, A. D. 1974 at Home of Lake Butler was in WALNUT ST.

Starke 10/3 4tp Florida.1024I : 2037 Marie E.Jarvis Baltimore St. charge of arrangements. $ 5 8 IVIN'D.'O..OCIlOO.O..N

Baltimore, Maryland 0.... ..... .0Nul .U'" 00NIGH
1 T..U Nl0 OCT 3.. ON OUNMIRTNu
86 99c
Last( Known Residence) Alex Rogers, << _," ._..0 _
will be responsible fcr rfIj
I not Ne lit pleated It accent
any debts made by anyone other YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a RAIFORD Mr Alex LB t U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPCOUPONS BAG
than myself, Petition for Dissolution of Rogers 86, died Monday, Oct. i1 J L.SL .
Marriage has been filed againstyou 14,in Starke after an extended

-Joe L. Reynolds in the above-named Court, illness.
10/17/ 2tp 10/24 and you are required to serve a Mr. Rogers was born in
copy of your answer or pleadingto Citrus County where he had EvciyDayLowPrke I EveiyDayLowPrfceONILKS Every DayLowPrke"FLORIDA EvcryDayLowPrkeU.S.NO.t
the Petition on the Peti- lived most of his life. He was a
NOTICE UNDER tioner's attorney, CAROL WILD member of the Hebron Baptist MEfl i imr GRADE/A:

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SCOTT, 11 West University Church in Hernando County.
Avenue Gainesville. Florida Survivors include five sons: FRESH WHITE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 32601, and file the original Timm Willard Rogers of Glen E

that the undersigned, desiring to answer or pleading in the officeof St.Mary, Oscar \V Rogers of FRYERS
engage in business under the the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Indian River, Walter L. 1.i.i r POTATOES

fictitious name of BRADFORD and for Bradford County, Rogers of Jacksonville, and
SQUARE CENTER at number S. Florida, on or before Friday Willie W. Rogers who operates WHOLE
W. side of U. S. Hgwy. 301 December 13, 1974. Poor Boy's Grocery in ? PER LB

(Walnut St.), in the City of Real Property at issue is as Raiford, and E.B. Rogers of CNOIG 4p BAG BULK I
_
Brooksville and 13 grand- I
Starke, Florida, intends to follows: i I
register the said name with the PARCEL ONE: children and 15 great- !
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Commencing at the NW grandchildren. CveryDayLowPrkeMCFHLAQI EveryDayLowPrice Fresh Pork Shank Portion EvcryDayLowPrkeOftTOM CvcryDayLowPrice BonuiBuy

Bradford County Florida. corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW Services were held Wednesday CHUCK SMOKED'HAM flAOl ALL PURPOSE nrnmNraux
Dated at Miami, Florida,this 8th 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 Oct. 16, at 10 a.m. at CHUCK SPARE RIBS Pork Shoulder ATINO OH COOKING FLORIDA

day of October 1974 South, Range 22 East and run graveside in Stagepond ROAST STEAKS ROAST APPLES ORANGES
BRADFORD SQUARE CENTER Easterly 40 ft., Southerly 339.5ft. Cemetery near Inverness. wre.AE 3 to 8 6 to 8

EDWARD TRUPPMAN M.D. continue. to point Southerly of beginning 129.5 ft.,, Rev. Charlie. Archer Redding Funeral officiated 78 9 : Lbe ,, wb Lb. Avg 68 b .u. '/ 9u 4::<,69< 5 LBAO 59

DONALD KAPLAN Easterly 200 ft., Northerly 129.5ft. Home of Lake Butler was in

LLOYD A. MORIBER ., Westerly 200 ft., to point of charge of arrangements. .
KENNETH LUXENBERG beginning and close.
LESLIE JAY GROSS *"* **
Richard Chambers SWEET
Attorney for Applicant PARCEL TWO: V1i| T. B g. FLORIDA
POTATOES
FROMBERG FROMBERG & Commencing at the NW RAIFORD Richard R. GRAPEHIUIT
ROTH, 'P.A. corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW Chambers, 22, died Monday 1

19 West Flagler Street 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 morning.. Oct. 14, from in-
Suite M-102 South, Range 22 East and run suffered in a truck-car urn rrTl ua tin w.n- .a
Miami, Florida 33130 juries COMPARE COMPARE HrBiscuits : = COMPARE!
Easterly 209.9 ft. to point of accident on SR-121 in the city .:"r 'r ; I

10/17 4t 11/7 beginning.Easterly 166 Southerly ft.. Northerly 110 110 ft., limits Born of in Raiford.Jacksonville, Mr. Spare Ribs ;;r.vv:?w.-,oN 79e 10' I ..NT..OO..c., 49* 10' I Cooked Ham ..te..O 'r 30'

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ft.beginning, Westerly and 165 close.ft. to point of Chambers lived most of his Smoked Ham ;HAHN;?\E r..D.68C: ... 10' : Cream Cheese :vsstx" 39* 10' i Skinless Franks r BESTSliced : 59* '4'

THE OF EIGHTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR life in graduated the Raiford from community.He Bradford. Cooked Ham "";.S;Ie:, .V 30' ; Low Cal Yogurt :SKSST' 23* a ; Bologna ;vss": *I 79* 14'

BRADFORD COUNTY. 74265IN A PARCEL piece of THREE land: 10 ft. wide employed High School with in the 1971.Reception He was Perch Fillets ESSEX.L. 69* 10' I Cottage Cheese nsrs:? 59* 4' I Chipped Meats sum :.a oor 45* ..

CASE NO. East North and and West South by,229.9 running ft.from long Medical Center in Lake Butler Fried Fish StickswtLM"Cooked : sot II Sour Cream ;ssar:: 49* .. : Franks Oscar Mayer r..a;'::al. 99* zit
and member of the First
was a ".c" coo
BUSSEY.RE: The Marriage Petitioner of ,FLORIE and the One Northwest to the Southerly corner of line Parcel of Baptist Survivors Church include of Starke. the Fillets ;isrisxKS: ;: 89' Iff : Cheese Spread msxs::: 99* 20' ; Sunnyl'd Sausage T:: :."lsl" to'

LEROY BUSSEY, Respondent
Parcel Two.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ElRoy

OF SUIT Chambers, Jr. of Raiford; a EveryDayLowPriceLYKES EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice
NOTICE EveryDayLowPriceIOO
If you fail to do so, judgmentby brother: Michael W. Chambers -
default will be taken againstyou of Raiford sister Mrs. MONOGRAM
; a : % PMM FLORIDAORANGE
LEROY BUSSEY PANTRY PRIDE
To: for relief demanded in the Eloise Dugger of Chat.
Address Unknown
Petition. tanooga. Tenn; the paternal CALIFORNIA.TOMATOES
WITNESS my hand and seal Mr. and Mrs.

YOU an ARE action HEREBY for dissolution NOTIFIEDthat of this 21 day of October, 1974. ElRoy grandparents maternal Chambers grandmother: Sr., and: Mrs.the CHILI / RICE tNO

marriage has been filed against GILBERTS. BROWN Clerk WITH BEANS OR PERFECTION
Bonnie Eaves of Chattanooga, FROZEN CANS
you and you are required to By: Beulah M. Moody Tenn.

serve a copy of your wntten Deputy Clerk Services were held Wed- 3 LB
defenses if any, to it on 10/244t 11/14 : j
6/99
CELLOBAG
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor nesday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m. in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
whose address is
Petitioner,
_
Home Lake Butler. Burial oil
in
996 114,N.Starke Walnut, Florida Street., 32091 P. O, Box and will not LEGALI be responsible for was in Sapp Cemetery. Archer COMPARE o 0 i W *' W' ; Food Gift Certificates :COMPARE! OU Mitt***tfo to*. if

file the original with the Clerk of bills made by anyone other Funeral Home was in chargeof -**
A GIFT
IGIVE
the above-styled Court on or than myself. services. Pork & Beansnay"' 29Chicken <= 4/ :: ." Lambrecht Pizza Ol AtllII *.O,". 77c n I Y"
"OF FOOD!! ii+ "I I i
November 18, 1974 .
before otherwise a judgment may be -La von Lane CEMETERY WORKINGAT & Dumplings SKI:'::: 69c .. 'ORDER FORMS ARE -' ,oz:. '6. Norwich Aspirin 'oc, 29c toJ0 1

the relief tip 11-14-74 BEULAH CHURCH I AVAILABLE AT ALL .-. 1
for Beef "" -
entered against you Stew 69c Razor
'.01 1/ .:.=- Disposable YI.M' 99
There will be I
demanded in the Petition. a working of PANTRY PRIDE STORES. I

WITNESS my hand and the the Beulah Church (old ceme- Luncheon Loaf "'?.'?" 49c.. I 1l"i'00''U'* >,,000X10/lY.' ".LINOMrIOeOY/I' / ; Sliced Carrots "No,; ,....4/95/ It t
the 15th tery) Saturday, Oct. 26. t
seal of said Court on CONYINYNTITIOCNTl0.10N11:
day of October, 1974.GILBERTS.. The gate to. Turkey Trot Vienna Sausage '-'' 29 ,e. I I Mashed Potatoes ;PANIP"a: 39c 4IOC<
NEED TO CLEAN YOUR Road, off State Road 21, just I HALLOWEEN CANDY ,
1'-; BROWN TYPEWRITER? Come by north of Black Creek Bridge Potted Meat .':'", 6/l/ 3. I Pantry Pride DinnersMacaroni '' 49 It

: AS CLERK OF SAID COURT The Office Shop and pickup near the church, will be open Hot t Dog Chili crr.r 4/l/ I. I LEWIS LEWIS ASSORTED I Dinner rr.e 4 17. '
/r.; .. /$1
A By: Donna M. Bransen some liquid or sheet from 7:30: to 9 3.m. I CANDY I m-'I.:
. Deputy dark cleaner for yourtypewriter. Wh'l Kernel Corn "'":{ir'3/79c: / h : MA::m JIII.Y If INS I Taco Casserole "' ",. 79
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10/17 4t 117NOTICE i l l.r.r" Wh'l Green Beans rsrj-; 3/$1/ h I I Southern Maid Grits '. 75 10, i\.
FOR SALE: All types of Cud Of Thanks Ooz I
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TO BIDDERS Colored Pencils In stock at ::: Cut Green Beans "IA'p'r' 4/l/ ; PKa 55,. PIca ; Southern Maid Meal :Ha 75 101 :
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Notice is hereby given for brlte., Non-Fact, 20 cent I wish to thank my many [tcryDryLvw rkci I.o.yt-"lce b.o.yLowIIrice ;'

sealed bids to be submitted to each.. Thick lead opaque friends, now that I am home mBEEF> COLO.'D ftia UATM AMATOL t
the School Board of Bradford colorama 30 cent each for all their kindness to me SAUCE WM'tt 1IHVI FLOUNDERFILLETS SHAVE'

\ County, Post Office Drawer 939, and also Mongol colored during my recent surgery at PAN 32ROLLS3I CREAM
Starke, Florida 32091, until 7.30:: pensile, // cent each. Stop the Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. Rj i1J ;

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AD RATES GARAGE SALE Maple tables FOR SALE: Florida 90 FOR SALE Used 1964 10 x 482 STARKE301 MOTEL Cash ft Carry Tlr.. I M & M Sales & Service

for golf clubs, ironing board, crib: Strawberrie plants at L.D. Automobiles BR 1 bath Mobile Home
Deadline Insertion\I kettles, vases and clothes.! Griffis Phone 7823424. $2600. Phone 964-7212. Itchg Weekly &Monthly 41 2 E. CALL :
Noon NEW
Tuesday & USED
preceding Used 10/24
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Smoke Rise Rates
Subdivision Lawtey. Fla. 10/10 2tp 10/17
Thursday before publication. TIRES
Keystone Heights, 4732336: --------- - --- ------
Minimum Charge$2.00 I' I Sewing Machines
(Covers 13 Words) lip 10/24 FOR SALE Sacrifice, 6 mo. old 964.5976 301 North FRONT END

Each word over 15 ----------- FOR SALE: 12 loot fiberglass FOR SALE:71 LaSabre Convert. 1974 Crownhaven 12 x 60'- 3 tf & Vacuum CleanersParts
fishing boat. $200.00. 5% BR
Automatic Mobile home. Central
10 cents Air.
Factory
BRAKE SERVICE
GARAGE SALE Fri. Oct 25, 9- horsepower fishing motor, Power brakes and Steering. heat and air. Bath & 1/2, wall I Repairs

All Classified. Ads must be 5 p.m. Sat. Oct. 26, 9-12 10000. Excellent condition. Lake Butler 496-3755. Call to wall carpet. $500 equity and JIMMY MOORE'S 964.5800

paid for In advance unlesi you noon 403 S, Cherry St. Itp 9647767. 10/17 2tp 10/24. after 5:30: p.m. 10/17 2tp assume balance. Can be seen .. Sun QUALITY TIRES & All Makes
have an established account 10/24 ------ ------ 10/24 at Dee's Trailer Park, S. 100 SportsMORE Call 964-6210
SERVICE FOR LESS
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Telegraph, that --------- FOR
event 50 cents extra chargefor FOR SALEAntiques FOR SALE: One acre cleared YOUR MONEY TF TFN 444 G Starke Plaza
hand ------------ ?
Not Country Club Estates. $5,000. FOR SALE Pontiac ......
billing. responsible for. E.HPOf? >( hope chest Lemans STARKE PH 964-5791 '.
errors when given over the ( 1860)), Large 964-8087. 10/17 4tp 11/7 Sport Coupe, loaded. Also 5 FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER ,

phone or when copy is not Mahogany Wardrobe double ------------ and 10 acre tracts of land for Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

typed and brought to the of doors approximately 100 sale. 9647955. Itp 10/24 home $27,500, 3 BR home
years STERN DRIVE SERVICE
fice. old. Mrs. EPRenner, 633 17MISCEUANEOUS ------------ $9,000,13 acres with pond & OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES

k4cMahon.ltchg Phone 9646279I. 63 acres near Raiford $1,350an AND REPAIR HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 v5 "r}
10/24 acre. Ray Powell Broker. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ,
.
___ ___ .... Ph. 496-3033 or 496-3861. REPAID i. .. 41c iO,.: ;

tfchg CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

r FOR SALE )I. GARAGE Oct. 25,SALE 26 Fri and Sat. SAWS SHARPENED, work MotorcyclesSTARKE -- ------- GLASS'FISHING BOATS FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
Many different OLIN'S MOBII.E HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
items. Also farm guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or
tractor 63
leave at Jackson Building PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM
Chevy on Butler Road follow WEEKEND BRING NEW II OLIN'STF

FOR SALE Choice Quality signs.. Itp 10/24 Supply, Starke or Keystone CYCLE CENTER, 2OT
freezer beef at bargain -- -- ---- Heights. tfchg. LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
price ---- N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020,
J.R. Wainwright. Phone 964- YAMAHA and - - Your authorized HODAKA CAMPERSSuwannee
Conrad
7835. 1tp 10/24 guitars, dealer
REAMES HEATING tfchg.
layaway now for Xmas at SERVICE. Revive the original beautyof
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We service ------------
Dahmers Discount tfchg. and install all gas River Ponder.
your rugs. Cleaned in
FOR SALE King size bed and --- -- ------- and oil appliances. Get your ev osa Campground near Ste your own home YOUNG, (&f) CO.

spread. Phone 782-3279. 1tp FOR SALE 1973 Honda 500 4 heater cleaned now. Call 964- phen Foster Memorial. by Von Schrader '

10/24 7730. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 Canoeing on the river, dry-foam method.
cyl. 1900 miles $1,100 firm. r WANTED j ,5\ Vacuum Cleaners
-- ----- -- See at Eddie's Ana, Starke. -- ---------- relaxation, picnicking. No muss.No fuss L '

FOR SALE Do you want a huge 1tp 10/24 MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also facilities Tenting or full include hookup. Our same No odor.day.Use the Used Machines s1000 Up

----------- mobile home hucricane game
septic Mobile tank Home and Lot light with pole well for FOR SALE: 6 by 9 rugs $4.50, 9 choring and mobile home roof an- WANTED: Used portable T.V. room, TV room, store.laundromat All work New & Rebuilt Kirby .

$100 down? Then go East on by 12 ruge $7.93. Also 12 by coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Sets at Dahmers Discount. and pool. guaranteed.Phone Expert Repair Service All Makes

Road 16 to City Umits sign, 12 and 12 by 15 In stock. Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. tfchg. Call for FREE
Scott Blocker
then go North on graded road Hundreds to choose from at Starke, Fla. tfchg -- --- -- estimate & Models

and look for sign on left. Call Dahmers Discount. tfchg -- - - 397-5551 today. 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 Starke Fla
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L.G. Dail 964-7591
Dempsey POSITION WANTED Young -

Motel Itp 10/24 FOR SALE Stevens 12 gauge Woman 38 No attachments LOST AND FOUNDLOST 41pWhite Spgs, Fla. 1 t 11 4CAL'S
--- --- --- -- double barrel gun and 410
will live in as sitter for M & M Sales & Service
FOR SALE 2 female AKC shot gun. Excellent condition.
elderly Call Rev. Hamel 468-
9645724. 10/24 3tchg 11/7 964.62101! 444 G Stark Plaza
St Bernard puppies. Wormedand 1666. Itchg 10/24 OARDIN BROS.
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Parrish
shots. Garry ,
--------- FRIDAY A 6 mo. old PLUMBING
Maxville 289-2781 NO collect FOR SALE 38 Snub nose
$49.95 22 handguns WILL BABY SIT in my home, Tri-Cdored Kitten recently Repair and Construction.All .

calls. 1tp 10/24 Revolvers from $19, .95, 357 any age, Monday thru Friday. spayed; not fully healed. A work done by Licensed PumpsNew Specializing In
-- --- ----- --
Call 9648494. 1tp 10/24 reward. Call 964-8727. lip Plumber. Phone 964-6947

PLANTS FOR SALE Collards, Magnum 11500. Dahmers ------ --- --- 10/24 10-24-74() 16tp 11675. SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION AND:

Broccoli, Cauliflower Discount. tfchg -- -- -- And UsedSALES
Cabbage, ELECTRICIAN Sub-Contractor -- HEAVY EQUIPMENT:
-- ---- --- --- :
and Brussels Sprouts.
FOR SALE By owner on "If its in the home we do it."
hundred. In
$1.50 per North orange St. nice three Mobile home hook up and PARTS PHONE 964-6750
Call 4681315. Itp
Hampton. bedroom, two baths, central repair.. 9648087.: 10/17 4tchg HOUSES FOR SALE BRASINGTONCAim.LACOLDSMOBlLE SERVICE
10/24
heat car port and utility 11/7 : DEEP SHALLOW WELLS 1/16
--- ------ --
SALES & SERVICE:
lot. -- --- -- --
room. Large corner Easy
FOR SALE One 10,000 P. O. Box 128 FLA.
gallon ST AItKE.
terms after down payment, Fine selection of Used Cars Plumbing Supplies
and one 2,000 gallon fuel LAWN MOWERS repaired
will finance balance. Call 533- Phone 9641024 FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 60 Shelby Taken On Cadillac Trades
tank. included. $1,500.
Pump 4tp
2262. 10/24 2tp 10/31 2001( N.W. 13th 378.5301GAINESVILLE
2 BR Trailer. 782-3670 after 5 EXPERT SERVICEON
Phone 473.4907, 8 a.m. to.5._ 11/14 ...
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tflw -------- -_- p.m.
p.m. 10/24---- ALL MAKES Soul Brother; and Day
---- FOR SALE: Case pocket knives SEWING MACHINE REPAIR -- - - Boyd

FOR SALE: Used solid body now at Dahmers Discount. All makes cleaned, oiled and PHONE 9647O61Durrance and Nike!; Janitorial Services

Gibson guitar with Gibson tfchg. adjusted, $7. All work New masonry homes, 3 bed- We now have a fulltime/ appliance .
amplifier at Dahmers -- -- ---- ---- guaranteed. James room, 2 bath, central heat and repairman for all your have merged to bring: you

Discount. tfchg. LOT FOR SALE: High and Dry Strickland, Morgan Road and air, wall to wall carpets. needs.

---- ---- ---- located "Five Oaks" near SR16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- repair PUMP SUPPLY CO. A complete line of services. With a larger, more ex

FOR SALE Used Automatic Starke Golf Course. Lot #3, 3189. Also scissors sharpened Small farm, close to Starke, 3 Call Badcocks perienced staff to meet your needs promptly.
B64-N. TEMPLE AVE.
electric clothes dryer Sears 198 x 126. Culverts and drive $1. tfchgOPENING bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. 964-5289 Home Business IndustryFloorsCarpetsWindows
Needs off of hard road. Well, pump
Kenmore 500 series. -- -------
Must sell and tank included. Electricity 12 60 mobile home 1/2 Etc.
motor work. $20. : Academic Kinder- x on acre 4 ,

before weekend is over. Call already on 10/24.lot. 9647767. garten ages 2'i5.. Call Lu Long Champ Renew the beauty of your trailer, home, roof, patio or

964-6100. 1tchg 10/2t 10/172tp Sanders to register. Phone 200 acres, fenced, approx. 60 INSURANCEAT pool.
---- -- --- --
- -- - FOR SALE Circulating gas 964-8404. ltchg.ALCOHOLICS acres in pasture, $700 per acre. REDUCED RATES Home and Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam

FOR SALE: 1973 Pick-Up heater with) fan and ther- -- - -- --- FRED SACKETT-REALTOR uilding Materials j and-or chemical I

camper Uke new, sleeps 6, mostat control. Like new Call ANONYMOUS 206 N, Temple(US-301)) AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
self contained. 30 gal holding 964.5070 or 964-7444 1tp 964-7959 or 964.5148. 10/3 964-6522 DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
tank, 30 gal water tank, elec- 10/24 13tp 12/26 .Mite 468-1753 AGENCY < "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Junk and scrap removal from homes or stores

tric pump, 3 way refrigerator. --- --- -----
-- - -- TCHG
$1800 or will trade for boat GARAGE SALE Oct. 26-27, 5 < YOUR LOT OR OURS' Painting -interior and exterior

motor and trailer of equal miles S. on 301. Some An- LOSE WEIGHT safely ft fast HERE IT IS FREE ESTIMATES
"" 964-5425 964-8359
value.Keystone Heights. 473 tiques. tip 10/24 with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. $ SAVE $
REDUCE excess fluids with X-
4871. lip ------- --- -- Pel $3. 3 BR, 2 Bath, L.R, Dine Rm., REMODELING REPAIRS
Koch Drug's 9/12
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Kit., Fam. Rm., Cent Heat & ADDITIONS
WATSON'SHOUSE Stchg 10/31 Air, C. B. Const. Approx. 1.13 FRED DAVIS HOMES Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof
BOUGHT
-- -- SOLD
OF VACUUMS acres 7 Lg. Pecan trees Chain GMC TRUCKS ,
BYRON DUCE&ASSOCIATES link Fence. BUICK PONTIAC"A t TRADED Carpet CleaningNot

Branch Office REALTY Many brands of new vacuums Call 964-6593 or 964-7826 LITTLE RIDE CAN {, ACREAGE FOR SALE

393 N TempleAvenue $39 00 up. Used machines t FOR RENT J. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF J. 984-6853 Foam, Shampooing or Steaming

VERNIE P. ODOM from $10. Expert Repairs all (GREEN COVE SPRINGS

Associate makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor BRICK I HWY 301 S. STARKE TF Soil Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap

964-7700 or 964 5476 all vacuums. Built in and water and almost immediately ready for use.
FOR RENT Frame House 3
central vacuum cleaning : 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine Davidson
bedroom bath locatedon Well
,
Frame house and 1 acre good systems. 712 N. Main, SR 235.one Call 964-5630 after Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of DrillingFast : We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments -

terms, $13,500 Gainesville 3767110. TF 6:00.: 1tp 10/24 town. Mobile Home ParkIn Rotary for no earlier than September 20, 1974.

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2 acres on Rd 230 with 2 George Roberts Real Estate City Limits Drilling EquipmentFor To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet

houses close to Country Club. FOR SALE-2 upholstered chairsin FOR RENT: One bedroom 984-7826 or 964-6593 cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their carpet

$18000, owner will hold mtg Gold, 2 upholstered chairsin apartment furnished. Private $30 Per Mo. cleaning for Half Price.In .

White. T.H. Bement Call Entrance. No children prefer NEED TO MAKE SOME 2" Thru 6" WellsCall

29 acres, 1 house, 1 house trailer after 6 p.m. 9646439. Itchg Bachelor. Girt or Man 964- LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label Walk To New addition, we now feature odor removal and Scotch-

with Bessent Rd. frontage, 10/24/ 5884. Itchg 10/24 maker from us at The Office Shopping Center Us For gard protection.
owner will hold mtg. at 5% -- ------- ------ --- Shop Your Water System Needs
City Gas. Water a Sewer
FOR RENT: 3 BR house Unfurnished 964-5425 964-8359
216 acres with some 1-10 Beautiful lot 9646841. 9E47061Durranc@
on Sampson Itchg
On 301 South 9/29. T chq. 11/14
frontage, with 145 acres in Lakt. 10/24
planted in Columbia A.J.Thomas Realtor Pump 8
pines -- --- --- ---- Jolu Motel I
"ounty Exc Terms. Call Bill Powell 621 N. Walnut St. SupplyDevelopers
FOR RENT: Office Store
or Tel.744-6142
Real Estate 9848810P
building 1400 ft. Of
Office space for rent good 9e4-e464 sq. remodled, BLANDINO miNT'WALL PAPER
lOCation. central air ft heat,213 E. Call. '/j Block and 4 frame Under Ground Water

Phone 9646262. Itchg 10/24 houses for sale, excel
an
Ralph Bryan - -
------------ 864 N. Temola Ave. DlrNteWHOLESALE
APPLEAN BROWN Associate lent buy in City 1 I II
Associate 64208 FOR RENT KINGSLEY LAKE P ark vi.t w Starke Fla. &

964-7956 Two bedroom, furnished, 2 brick mercantile build. I Village I IMobile Sales & Service TFN ING

Duplex aprtment, A/C, on Ings In down town Starke RETAIL

LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal lake, private dock. See Merrrtt\ where the action is. t 1rccih; ij!<>riPaint i
Estate H. Williams, 119 N. Walnut Tuna Oil Paint F'oduc14Name

Phoneanytime)762S806Real ( ) Street Starke Call 9645391. Large and small acreages. Home BrandtitllpaptrsBidnAiifBUi

tfchg 2698PLUS
Correct Social Estate Phone (anytime)964 New homes with I I II
----- ------ masonry "" -..--=388-SD6S

Announe.m.nfsPrinting 3806 FOR RENT: 1 BR house adults the latest in home con I Park Jackaonvllle, Fla. 32210. 17/21
Call 964-5066 struction. Small Down TAX & TAG
In 3 BR, 1 Bath, large frame homein only.5142. Itchg 10/24 or 964- Payments. I Now taking application I
city $17,500.
For residency
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Older homes with acreage. I .sPACIOUS LOT SIZE I
Good Form 2 BR, 1 bath CB, excellent FOR RENT: Mobile Home on Kindly let us show 'em. GibsonGUITAR
condition good location good Griffis Loop. Call 9648816. SWIMMING POOL TERSIt..en.

terms. Itp 10/24 FACILITIES
Quality print-
------------ UNITED PLAYGROUND
FARM AGENCY, INC ,
ing at reason- 3 BR, 1 bath Brick home with FOR RENT 2 furnished eCITY
: apart Reg. Repl, fsiate Broker I SEWER & WATER GUITAR
able Invitations family room laWley area -
prices. ments. Ph. 964.6947ttp Paul Faulkner GARBAGE .
Broker PICK UP
PLAYERS
social $27,800 ---------_-- Irene Faulkner I I II
Assoc. eLAUNDRY FACILITIES .I"d. D I STUDIO

notes- FOR RENT 12' wide mob'ila- Robert Faulkner Assoc. I CONVENIENCE STORE and the

20 A. in pasture electricity 2 home outside city limits. J.B. Louise McRae Assoc SHOPPING .. Normendy AMRRICANFLb i

BRADFORD walls'- $24.500 terms. White. Ph. 9646114. 1 If* no INEB(( Sq CENTER.. Te C.cll / Mall MUSIC STOIIKi J
2305 N. Temple Ave. a ) ...
answer call 964 8775.
TELEGRAPH -
60 A. farm 3 BR home, 2 BR MH tfchg. Starke Fla. 964-5065 I On KOA Campground COME.VISIT US...
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fish pond will divide terms. Normandy Blvei.
Job Printing on 3O1 South
FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency WANT TO SELL OR BUY t. .
STOP 'IN OR CALL GUITAR PLAYERS STUDIOS
135 E. CALL CECELIA T. TERWILLEGAR apt. *75 per mo. 2 BR un- REAL ESTATE 376-4551

STARKE. FLA.SU'4'030'l. Associate: furnished horse $125. Phone l1i484114'L I 4222 NW 13th St. S2U LENOX AVENUE PHONE 7IMMO

Phone 964-5145 964-8404. Itchg. Call Us For Best Prices I Gainesville (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall)
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BHS Defense Holds Bolles For 27-6 Homecoming Victory I

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Bradford High gridders put blocked a punt and linebacker usual good games. game." thought they got after the offensive lineman of the 1
together a solid defense for Dwight Barber picked it up "One of the main points of Prevatt was also the team's people," says Hurse. "It week for his good per-
the third straight game in a and ran in for a touchdown. our defense Is that for the last second rusher with a total of really feels good to win the formance at the guard
row last Friday night when Hodge blocked two punts three games we have had a lot 44 yards in eight carries, homecoming game." position. "This was Harper'sbest
the Tornadoes rolled 27-6 over during the game and the other of consistency and have had averaging 5.5 yards. Glen Monster man Mike Gaskinswas game of the year," says
DeSue was the leading rusher named the defensive backof Hurse.
Bolles to mark up a was recovered by Defensive very few breakdowns and Coach
Homecoming victory for BflS. tackle Jimmy Clark. mistakes,which is the key to a with 82 yards in 18 carries. the week. Tommy Reddish had a good
Now the Tornadoes stand "Hodge had an exceptionally good defense," says Sexton.So Tommy Reddish, slowed by a "We played a pretty decent night punting booting four fora
with a 4-1 record and will face good game with far this week BHS has pulled groin muscle, gained 32 game and although! Bolles total of 150 yards. This is an
tough Baker County in six; tackles. The two blocked been having sluggish prac- yards in 10 carries. Hull ran likes to pass they did not gain average of 37 yards per punt.
Macclenny this Friday night. punts and had his usual good tices. "We usually have good four times for 15 yards. the yardage they have gottenin "We have three straight
The Wildcats will go into the job of holding the options" practice sessions everydaybut "We had several people in the past from passing," victories under our belts witha
game undefeated. commented Defensive Line I do not( know what is key positions that did not have says Defensive Secondary full head of steam going into
Bradford scored twice on Coach Mike Sexton. wrong," says Sexton. their best game but they Coach Denny Hansen. the Macclenny game," con-
Bolles with good defensive Johnny Nichols was right "Macclenny is one of the profited from the mistakes David Harper was named as cluded Coach Hurse.
plays. The second touchdownof with Hodge on tackles with six most explosive teams that we and will" be ready for Mac- 4
the game came when while noseman Scott Pooser will face this year and we are clenny, says Hurse.
James Aldridge, behind great and Barber each made five going to have to have a "Hull had another con-
blocking went 65 yards for a tackles. Defensive end Dale tremendous effort on the partof sistent good job with his DeWitt C Jones
touchdown on a punt return. Haas, linebacker Early all the people on defense to blocking and DeSue played" his .
Jimmy Mobley gets In the way of an Eagle pass in Lake Then in the third quarter Chandler and cornerback contain them," concluded best game to date, says
Butler's 59-0 shut out of Florida Christian.Newberry defensive end Sheldon,: Hodge James Aldridge each made Sexton. Hurse. Funeral Home
four tackles in the game. Jimmy Prevatt had one of BHS had an improved
"I was also real pleased of his better nights throwing the performance from tight end
the end play of Haas. He is ball although he did not throw Donnie Sewell, according to STARKE PHONE 9646200Rental
Should Be Tough really doing a good job for much. Prevatt hit three of five Hurse. Hurse was pleased
us," says Coach Sexton. Haas for the night, including an 11 with the good play of the pass
played well against the optionall yard touchdown pass to Matt defense although Bolles got Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches
night and blocked an extra Hull and a 30 yard gainer to 106 yards passing. Bolles has
Defensive BattleLAKE For UC point kick. tight{ end Donnie Sewell. been averaging over 200 yards KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Mark Hildreth had a real "Although he did not throw per game passing."I .
good game and he has been a much he had a good ((60 was very pleased with the PHONE 473-3176
BUTLER Newberrywill "Newberry has a good de- Everybody on the Tiger pleasant surprise accordingto percent) average and he hitting in the game and I
put up a tough defensive fensive unit and I don't care bench, except the managers, Sexton. "He is becoming a executed well during the .
.
Union what league play, if played last Friday night "
game against County you you real consistent ball player. game says Head TornadoDavid
gridders this Friday night shut somebody out you're against Florida Christian. "I Jimmy Clark, Chandler and Hurse. "I think overall
when the Tigers travel to doing something right," was real pleased with the play Barber all turned in their the offense had a sound
Newberry for a Suwannee commented Jones. "We'll execution of our youngsters.
Conference battle to start at 8 match our defense against Sometimes it is more difficultto Askew has wasted $400 Millionof :
theirs." execute against a poor team BHS Controls Bolles......
p.m.Union is riding a perfect 5-0 Union has only had 12 points than a good one. But I was :
record while Newberry is 31. scored against them this proud of our kids," com- (From Page 12) your tax money in just 4 years.That's .
Newberry lost its first game to season during the Cross City mented Coach Jones.
Santa Fe but changed coaches game, when the Tigers eased BHS took an early 7-0 lead In the second quarter Bolles fact
and has made shut outs of the 24-12 over the host. Jones was also pleased with with 6:59: left in the first got the ball going after a .
the
last three opponents.Last Newberry's scores last performance of quarter- quarter. Bolles' Ralph Powell receiving a punt at the Bolles .
week Union rolled 59-0 week were mostly scored on back Danny Hazen who received the kick and was hit 47 yard line. On the first play It's documented by Askew's own Management & .
the
over hapless North Florida defense. Carl !Moses grabbeda played entire game. "He is hard by Sheldon Hodge and Donnie Dupree went eight Efficiency Study Commission. They reported that
coming back next and he
Christian while Newberryshut Hawthorne fumble in the year was stopped at the Bolles 33 yards over right rackle before mismanagement of State government during Askew's
needs all the he
out Hawthorne 14-0. first quarter and scampered experience yard line. being stopped by Sheldon Administration has wasted $100 million a of ;:
"I didn't expect Newberryto 35 yards for a TD. Then Alvin can get. Two stright five yard Hodge. DuPree got four more year
win, but under a new coach, Neal forced a Hawthorne punt Union has six backs average penalties against Bolles put yards on the next play for a the taxpayers' money. .
Wayne Geiger, Newberry has return fumble. Newberry got Curtis ing over five yards per carry. the ball back to the 23 yard first down at the BHS 41 yard ELECT JERRY THOMAS '
Sirmones -
is the team ;
played three games and had its final TD when Avery Rowe line. On the first third down
leader with an average of 8.9 runningback Jim Miller line.Then hit fullbackEd A FISCAL CONSERVATIVE "
three shuts outs, commented capped an 80 yard drive with a went Skinner i iate
Head Tiger Coach Jack Jones. two yard run in the third yards per carry. Luke Smithis eight yards around left end Danson for 18 yards and
Geiger was quoted in a quarter. Moses caught a two averaging 8.2 and Sam before being stopped by another first down, deep in :
Gainesville Sun news article yard conversion pass from Jackson 7.1. Fullback Andy Johnny Nichols. On second Tornado territory at the BHS
that"we will beat Lake Butler Daryl Cannon to make it final Howard is getting 5.9 yards a down a Skinner pass fell In- 23 yard line. Two quick runs JERRY
next week." 14-0. carry and Lorenzo Griffin complete. Third down Miller by Scott Danson, one of three
Danny Hazen and Tony Pay- went over left tackle for five and the other five yards, put ,
tee are all averaging just over that moved the 15 yard / ":
yards the ball out the ball down to \'iJ
five yards a carry. to the 30 yard line with a third down. A .,', .5"1$ / a .
"The bright spot on our ball Bolles a fourth down situationSTATISTICS personal foul call against BHS THOMAS 'tt.1; >( >410/:: ; ';; *"> .t .

BEGINNERS team is still the defense and no put the ball at the seven yard \t !\i '
one guy can be singled out. line with a first down. .* ;_
NEEDLEPOINT CLASSES They all play together," On the first down Skinner hit : "< ''? 1,
< < 't' '
'commented Jones. BHS BOLLES tailback Danson in the end FOR GOVERNOR "" !. .i', --- '11':;[ .-.".".a:.
Freemon White is leading 13 First Downs 8 zone for a seven yard touchrdown "\, < ," "'1> }, "
START MON. OCT. 28 170 Yards with 7:32 left in the ; "
Ru.h
67
the team in tackles and assists pass a Governor can afford':; 1i
AI Verdi P..i kick you ; 7
163
first half.The extra point .
with a total of 76 in five .
3$.0 PC PA.PI 10.1 '
!0
Mornings 9.30 to 1 1.30 games. Linebacker Billy Cainis 110 Panalli.s 33 by Gordon Terry was blockedby .:'It! J1 f'f., i-. "' 1 \%
second with 59 followed by 3 Punts 7 defensive end Dale Haas .0 -H" ;;;f "::4j
sophomore Cedric Warren and Bolles had its only pointsof PD. POl. ADV. Paid. for by Jarry Thomas Campaign' Fund Hap. 'y1 7.30
Evenings to 9.30
with 57. Defensive tackle the game.

David Brannon has 49 tackles Score By Qu...... ,
and Andy Howard has 47. BUS 13 7 7 0.27
20-30% OFFon Bollai 0 6 0 0.6
"Buddy Perry is the big

all NEEDLEPOINT leader in the defensive The punt went high in the air
secondary along with corner-
but Bolles men were downedas r
back Jimmy Mobley, com they went downfield after
CREWEL mented Jones. Glen and -
LATCH HOOKS Kemp punt returner James Aldridgewho
Doug Bennett are sharing the received the football at
CANVASES KITS ECT. responsibilities at the monsterman the BHS
45
yard line. Behind
spot. Christian is of the six
almost perfect interference The Hampton Academy one hundred
Defensive ends for Union
Starting Todayjffu&Iee& are senior Hal Biddix and Aldridge the goal line went to untouched put BHS in to A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) schools K-12 .,

Timmy Whitehead. Billy front 13-0 wit'i: 4:43: left in the
Williams has been playing first period. organized in America over three years ago.
back up defensive end but The kick after by Prevattwas
started last game while no good, but BHS still hada
Whitehead played some tight
end on offense. Bulldogs.13-0 advantage over the The Hampton Christian Academy is a non-profit private

"We are looking forward to Bolles got the ball at the 31
the challenge of our offense yard line and the BHS defense Christian school which stresses academic skills and high "
going against their defense," held them a short four downs
commented Jones of up- before having to punt. BHS Spiritual Standards.In .
coming Newberry. "Our of- took over at the 25 yard line
fense has not been all that after a 15 yard clipping
strong; our defense has been penalty.
the strongest part." This time BHS had trouble our primary grades an outstanding program is offered whichA.
? ,t 0FwAC' ,rARI lon and Hawthorne, while they 28 yard line. Each team had
lost their first game to Santa the ball one more time, both stresses student reading.
Fe. times having to punt. I
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The daily emphasis is on character training, which produces ,

good habits, involving manners, respect, obedience, honesty. !

Jlacw en Buys i

Upon acceptance in our school each student is tested in :

all academic skills, using the C.A.T. (California AchievementTests

) which is the highest in America.


That's Really A

r Then the student is assigned a curriculum, special for him, or :
jc
Treat From Mustang her, which will give the student a solid foundation in the basic

/n fundamentals of learning for the slow achiever, average student, :_

.7 i: lF' r I and above average.


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Music lessons-piano-organ-voice-sports-field trips-

snack time-The Cost? About $2.00 per day. Less than costs fora

baby sitter.



We have space in some grades for just a very few studentsnow.


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Applications and registrations accepted now for next

A Parliment 3y Zimmei New semester.


65' 2 Br- Front Kitchen 60' 1973 Sutton

We invite all interested parents and students to come visit

Deluxe Home With King Size Bed 23rF.K. $5295 our school-talk with the students and their parents. ..

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: Mustang 964-7212 We have students from seventeen public and private


Mobile Home 1650 N. Temple Ave. schools. Call school office for appointment 468-1316.

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