Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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15th Issue Thursday,October 31.1971 Copy

7 Garbage Disposal '

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1 STARKE "Bradford County is not alone on the .

problem of solid waste disposal. In fact, it was the biggest

9 State Races item of concern at the state meeting. We were told that of

-- p 803 landfill sites in the state only 37 have at this time been

able to comply with new state regulations going into effect

rlCu# I, with the prospect that about 87 will be approved by

alfr Amendments the January 1 deadline," Chairman Ralph Bryan told his

fellow commissioners Tuesday night, October 29

*r* ) fi'f Bryan had attended a four day meeting of the State

V.'; Association of County Commissioners in Hollywood,

Florida which ended last Saturday.
On Tues. BallotNine
fL Officials of the Environmental Protection Agency and

the State Department of Pollution Control were presentfor

races for public office party race for a county officein that meeting to bring all of Florida's counties up-to-

and seven constitutional recent history Gilbert S. date on their new responsibilities beginning January 1,
amendments will face voterson Brown (Dem.) defeated In-
L 1975 on the problem of solid waste .
D. Green disposal.At
Tuesday's General Election (Rep.) 2,404 to

ballot ending a lacklustre 1,426 in that contest. the special meeting type of service was given to
: campaign that has largely Chief interest in next Tuesday night the commissioners each of the commissioners.The .
failed to attract attention or Tuesday's balloting will listened to proposalsfrom annual cost estimate
fire the imagination of Florida center on the race for equipment manufac- included the price of the
vl R' voters.In Governor with incumbent turers on the different kinds of equipment for county-wide
A Bradford County with no Governor Reubin Askew and equipment that are availablefor operation, as well as the labor
local Democratic nominees his runnmgmate for Lt. Gov., garbage disposal service. costs and other expenses for
facing Republican opposition, Jim Williams of Ocala, opposed One of the proposals that the total operation.An .
? d Supervisor of Elections Neva i by the Republican team attracted the interest of the independent garbage
< Y Flynn predicts that 46 per cent of Jerry Thomas, Jupiter commissioners would require disposal operator. Gene
5 of the 5,985: registered voters hunker lor Governor and placement of 90 containerswith Failing has proposed in
will go to the polls. Even at :Mike Thompson. Miami a capacity of four cubic previous meeting to provide a
this low figure, Bradford will yards each the similar with to
.Ig4 dc\ 'loper. for Lt Governor. throughout service up 100
likely turn out 15 to 20 per cent Askew had no trouble county with periodic pickups boxes for $60,000 per year.

___ stronger than the state carrying Bradford County being made by a 27 cubic yard The company represen-
average projected at around four years ago against loader. After loading, the tative said they had just
One of these three Union High coeds will be crowned queen name Friday night. They are from left, Kegina I'hillips. 30 per cent.Democrats. Republican Claude Kirk, garbage would be transportedto completed an installation in
of Homecoming: 1974 at halftime of the Tiger-Raim football Pam Parrhh, und Emma Perry still outnumber polling 2,483 votes here to the landfill site for disposaland Columbia County of 150 con-
Republicans about 23 to one in Kirk's 1,546.Thomas covering. tainers and two loaders of the
the county, but as usual in An estimated cost projection same kind that he was recom-
General Elections some is a former Demo- o f$25XH( )per year for that mending for Bradford County.The .
Democrats will cross party cratic state senate president commissioners agreedto
Union To CelebratesRAMbunctious lines to support Republican who switched parties in 1972 in make a trip to Columbia
- High nominees. Of the total regis- order to run. against Askew, Defender county Friday afternoon
tered in the county, there are whom he accuses of being in November 1 to get a first hand
3,665 Democrats, 255 favor of "forced busing," soft look at the disposal operationthere.
'Republicans, and 65 "other." treatment of criminals, and a .
The vote here next Tuesdaywill desire to do away withFlorida's AppointedFor As for the landfill sites
HC GameLAKE be much lighter than it cabinet system.So under consideration by the
was four years ago when in- far. Askew has spent commissioners Bryan said
terest was added by a local little time denying these StoneLAKE that he hud been told by the
race for Clerk of the Circuit charges and has refused to Clay County commissionersthat
BUTLER Union Senior homecoming contes- schools, clubs and organizations. Band and Baker County High Court, where the Democratic debate Thomas, since a recent BUTLER A public the paperwork from the
County High School will kickoff tants competing are: School Band. nominee had Republican poll showed Askew with 70 per defender has been appointedto State Armory Board had not
its annual homecoming Outside float entries are: Exhibits include Smokeythe opposition for the first twoSheriff's (See Page 12)) represent Raymond Stone been completed yet on the 114
festivities tonight (Thursday Regina Phillips, daughter of Worthington Womens Club, Bear Rescue 51, Fire after his indictment Monday. acre site that has been approved -
Oct. 31) with a Tiger Growl to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phillips. Parrish Food Store, Church of Truck and the Horses of Union Oct. 28,on first degree murder for use by Clay
be followed by Friday night's Pam Parrish, daughter of Christ, First Christian County Riding Club. Office Will Pay charges in the slaying of Mrs. County.
football game which pits Mr. and Mrs. Larry Osborne. Church, Band Boosters Farm The parade will also feature Jacqueline Smith of At the request of County
undefeated Lake Butler Emma Perry, daughter of Bureau Elementary: School Miss Diane Bridgeman Miss In a step toward better residents ot Brooker, Providence the night of Agent Bobby Taylor the commIssioners -
against Suwannee Conferencerival Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson and Middle School. Union County High School. communications with outlyingareas Graham, Hampton, and some August 22. approved the
Interlachen Rams.Contestants Perry. The parade includes the Boy The Homecoming Dance is of the county, Sheriff lake residents in the Melrose A Union County grand jury employment of James L.
for The theme for Homecoming Scouts, Brownies, Troop 140 set for tomorrow night Dolph Reddish announced area. Sheriff Reddish said he returned the first degree Parrish as a tri-county 4-H
Homecoming Queen have 1974 is "Tigers are RAMbunctious Drill Team Raiford Boy (Friday, Nov. 1)) from 10 .m. yesterday that effective hoped this move would resultin murder indictment against Club Coordinator The
been nominated by the Varsity b !" The theme will be Scouts, Shriners of 1 a.m. featuring "The immediately his office will more frequent com- Stone late Monday afternoon position has had the approvalof
football team. The Home- carried out with the Tiger Gainesville, and The Boy's Terror." The dance will be accept in-county long distance munication between his office after hearing testimony of each of the commissioner
coming Queen will be electedby Growl to begin at 7:30: p.m. Club of Columbia Clown Club. held at the Lake Butler Com- calls from citizens wishing to and residents of these areas in witnesses and the presen- boards in Baker, Bradfordand
the UCHS Student Body. with a bonfire immediately Marching in the parade will munity Center.The price is $2 make complaints or request reporting violations of the tation of evidence by Assistant Union counties. Parrishwas
The queen will be crowned following. An award will be and .1 service from his office. law or when needing any State Attorney Ken Herbert.At selected for the position
be Interlachen High School person $ per couple.
Friday night during half-time. presented to the class with the Blind, Bradford High School per The public is invited. toparticipants services that his office can Stone's first appearance from a list of 11 applicationsand
This service
new applies
best skit. provide. hearing Tuesday Oct. 29, will report for service in
Skits to be presented are: following the indictment about 30 days, Taylor said.
Freshmen: "That was then, Judge Elzie Sanders setMonday.
this is now;" Sophomore: Nov. 4, as the
1jt awnQritr "Baby's Dream"; Juniors: Bradford FF A'ers Win Area II arraignment date in the case. Pearson Out

Wheaties, the Breakfast of the Mrs. Smith. 38, the motherof
s Champions;" and Seniors: "A three small children, was

", Mir visit General to Hospital.the Interlachen" Forestry Contest 5th At StateBradford morning reported, August missing 23 on, upon Friday her Of RunningIn

The Tiger Growl is failure to return home from
: sored by the Student Council.spon- her job at an electric plant in

Entry fees for skits to be in HIGH SPRINGS Bradford Senior Chapter won third Gainesville. LawteyLAWTEY
iArts Tiger Growl is $5.Seniorsponsors. High School's Senior FFA place in estimating sawtimber Stone, 35, a farm labor
who resided with
volume from standing trees. employee
selected by
Chapter won first place out of the Smith family became a With the
& Crafts their senior classmates are the 25 chapters at the Area II Craig Holmes in the qualifying period for two
prime suspect case
Vicki Junior Chapter placed
Reddish Mark Richardson -
SALE FFA Forestry Field Day heldat when he also disappeared at Lawtey council seats opening
SaturdAY Nov.2 Shelley Riherd and Jack O'Leno State Park when Contestants were to former
Musseau. determine the amount of saw- the same time as Mrs. Smith.A Mayor-
two young men from Starke Commissioner Gene Pearson
nation wide alert for Stone
In Front ofStan' The Senior Class is in identified more of the trees timber volume of marked sounded by Sheriff John said yesterday he would not bea
charge of the 1974 Home- trees by measuring the diameters -
Booteryby marked in a tie breaking den Whitehead when Mrs. Smith'sbody candidate for re-election.
1 and heights of each
coming Parade to begin at 1 drology contest.
on Main Street, followed individual tree and computingthe was found Sunday, Pearson, who is now at
Jaycee Wives p.m. Three foresters number and
1 in the Santa Fe
AuxiliaryRUMMAGE by a pep rally at the football identify trees for this contest volume from tables on a September home recuperating from a
River few miles from
field. scale stick just a recent severe heart attack,
FFA Chapter representativeswere
the Smith home. said he had been advised
Two awards will be s by
----- asked to write down the 4i Becky Hutchins, Bradford
Stone was apprehended by
to "take it
presented to the winning float physicians easy'
full, complete Senior
properly Chapter, third
l won law authorities in Missouri
; and has not returned to his
from UCHS and to the yet
SALE spelled name of the tree. The place in ocular (
eye) following his arrest there on a job at the DuPont Highland
float from outside team identifying the most estimating of tree heights and traffic violation. He was Plant.
Gulf Station trees won.Madison. diameters. Contestants
were returned to Florida on an old Two Commission seats are
Corner Walnut 2Arrested Chapter tied with required to estimate tree outstanding warrant for his the only offices to be voted on
And West Madisonby Bradford in the six event diameter to the nearest one- arrest in another case. in the December election.
but lost out in the tenth of inch and city
competition an total tree Stone has served a sentenceat Pete Smith, whose term Is
Hospital Aux. In Thefts tree identification quiz. Mike height to the nearest foot of Raiford after being chargedand also expiring, is expected to
Gaskins and Andy Baldree selected
convicted for a crime qualify for re-election, but
--- Two Bradford represented Bradford and
County men against nature. His release on
Tommy Miller and Andy could not be reached
have been arrested and Phillip Miller and Donnie
the charge was effected by a
Baldree, Bradford Senior yesterday for a statement.
SS Elementary charged on grand larceny and Whiteemore represented Senior Chapter | In the Area II Chapter, placed third in log court order. City Clerk Lucille Shuford
HALLOWEEN stolen property charges according Madison. Forestry Contest at Camp O'l Lena were (I-r): sawing. An eight inch square Stone will be arraigned on said she would be at the City
CARNIVALToday to the Sheriff's office. second Friday, Oct. 25, on their Kneeling: Tommy Miller B,ecky llutchlns Andy Baldree.nes board, placed on saw horses, the charge of first degree Hall from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday
straight day in
David "aldr l'. Standing: Jan Jackson. attacked murder Monday, November 4.GGGGIGIGGGIGGIIGIOG. for wishing to
,Oct.31 John Alexander Hawkins, forestry contests the Bradford Geiger, Tommy was by a team of two anyone qualify.
Harry Whitehead, and Adviso! r Paul llulchins. students armed with Deadline for qualifying
Westslde Park 23, of Hampton was arrested Senior Chapter, as one of six a cross- is
Tuesday, October 29, by area champions in the state, did that badly," Advisor Paul estimating pulpwood volume cut handsaw. Contestants in Saturday, Nov. 16.
this event must have taken In order to qualify, candidates
Deputy Sheriff Don Denton
Parade Beglnsat4i30 represented Area II in the Hutchins from standing trees. Ricky
says. part in one of the first four We Regret.... must a $12
and charged with buying, pay
From Fla Bank State Forestry Contest in At the Forest Festival were Brackett, Lake Butler Senior
events. ....Omitting the names of qualifying fee, and file the
Parking Lot receiving and concealingstolen Perry, held in conjunctionwith Miss USA, Miss Florida, and Chapter placed fourth. Con Bradford Senior Club Sweetheart financial
report now required
Carnival Follows property. the Florida Forest the queen of the Forest testants were asked to deter Chapter History
Timothy Dale Roberts, 18, contestants were: Tommy Susan Hewitt, daughter of of all officials.The office pays
Festival. Bradford High Restival. The girls watch the mine the amount of pulpwood '
Miller James Mrs. Hewitt of $20 month of
Cmmtm, ., of Deputy Sheriff Glen arrested Moore by placed fifth In a contest in log rolling and log sawing volume in an area by measuring Gaskins, Barry Geiger Whitehead., Mike Kingsley Dorothy Lake, and her the number per of meetings held.
which for and
only seven points contests and posed pictures the diameters heightsof
iri1 r (Kummunitu and charged with grand separated the first and sixth with the FFA'ers.David individual trees and Andy Baldree David Baldree, escort Jimmy Brownlee, son Spurgeon Massey was
larceny. Tommy Jackson, and Becky of Dr and Mrs. J. W, elected MayorCommissionerat
teams. Bradford volume from
place the
Matt Hank Bond of $1,000 has been set "We really enjoyed the Senior Chapter Baldree, won second computing tables. Hutchins. Brownlee of Starke, from our the last meeting on adviceof

In each case. competition. We don't feel we place in the area contest in Barry Whitehead, Bradford (See Page 12) stories the past two weeks Lawtey city attorney Gene
Aw.a...... ........ u.. The Sheriffs office reportedthe about the Bradford High Shaw who said it was
T.120,000 theft of a 1974 and School Homecoming.The necessary to have someone
kr green
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Bedford Lake area. most sincere regrets. (See Page 12)

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JuniorClub Has Christian Church Members n

tttJ family centers Orientation For Honor J. C. BrownsMr. I

New MembersThe and Mrs. J. C. Brown Mr.and Mrs. Brown greeted
honoredat friends at the door, and serving -
Jr. and family

oni Q uujUMJMl 0 Q(!)(Drn(Q$ Starke Junior held an Woman's orientation Club and of a reception in the First Sunday Christian afternoon women as of hostesses the church.were the

U. O. Oil I SHOPPING CENTER Starke. Fla. covered dish supper,Tuesday, Church Fellowship Monday Hall. The for with The a tea cutwork table was cloth covered and
Oct. 22 at the home of Mrs. Browns left
Open 9 to 8 Mon., Tues., Wed. 9 to 9 Thurs., Fri., Sat. 12 to 6 Sunday Lester Crews. Augusta Ga. where Mr. centered arrangement with a fanshapedfall of yellow,
table will be associated
The buffet was Brown
and flowers. At
covered with a gold linen cloth the Fleming Christian orange green table
one end of the was a
November and was centered with an Church. crystal punch bowl.Approximately .
of dried flowers.
1 A arrangement 300 friends
iR.,3 Mrs. Bobby Autry, Mrs. Jaycee Wives
called between the appointed
)Q lI Robert Hall Mrs. J, W. .
and 4 o'clock.UNICEFPlans
Thomas, and Mrs. James K Plan Art ShowThe hours 2:30:
110'ft' Smith assisted in serving.
".. Mr. and Mrs. William Winn Jaycee Wives Auxiliarywill
d Green Cove Springs were hold an Arts and Crafts
.,, ", special guests. Mrs. Winn, sidewalk sale Saturday, Nov.
district four Junior Director, 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Trick or Treat
I gave the orientation to the front of Stan's Bootery.
members and made the mem-
following new Crafts by
Trick Treat for UNICEFwill
their husbands: Mr and Mrs. bers include ceramics, a or
be held Thursday, Oct.31,
Pat Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe variety of decoupage items,
J AAIDLXV.IMDmi Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Ed hanging baskets, and a from 6:30: to 9:30: f.m. at the
House, of
VfclfJTKFtlMATIOIMAC v Pfeister, Mr. and Mrs. Larry selection of handwork. Haunted across
Crawford,Mr.and Mrs. local artists, the railroad tracks, across
12 In. Black & WhiteTELEVISION --- _.. r' Jerry Paintings by from Waters Grocery (Jordan's
,,,, III ., .- : Wilson, and Miss Monteray Millard Judd and Bob Stern,
.J Wasdin. Those not presentwere will also be displayed. residence) sponsored by
l Mr. and Mrs. Doug Chances will be sold for a the Lawtey Volunteer Fire
_.. :,: Schlossor and Mr. and Mrs. Christmas arrangement Department. Admission, 25
Rex Bailles. donated by Flowers by Larry. cents.
All solid state chassis in lightweight Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Sr
attractive cabinet. 75 Sq. in. viewing Rummage SaleThe

area. Black and gray hi-impact cabinet. 4i -- Celebrate 50th Wedding AnniversaryMr. Bradford County

ri and Mrs. George B. Powell of Jacksonville; Mr. Hospital Auxiliary will have a
8 If Flynn, Sr. celebrated their and Mrs. Dick Bush of rummage sale Saturday from
8:30: a.m. to 1 in the old
79 golden wedding anniversary Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Bill p.m.
Sunday afternoon in theWoman's McClane, Beau and Courtney Gulf service station, corner of etc on
McClane of JacksonvilleBeach St. Walnut and W. Madison
EACH Club of Starke at a
#15-019 reception given by their ; Mrs. O. J. Phillips of streets.
children. Lawtey; DuPone Murphy and
Greeting guests at the door Mrs. James Murphy of Alta- Little Women
I DLAN t9 AM-FM Radio, Phono & were Mrs. H. M. Richarde and monte Springs; Mrs. William Plan Formal OPEN FOR BREAKFAST
Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Standing Thomson, Monticello; Mrs.
in the receiving line were Mr. Roy Ward,Lake City; Mrs. L.
8 TRACK PLAYER and Mrs. Flynn, Sr., Mrs. M. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Members of the Little 7-11 A.M.
Davis, Mrs. Fred Guy, H. C.
Betty Anne Phillips, GeorgeB. Women's Club will make final
Slide controls. Built-in full size record Flynn, Jr., W. C. Powell, Beaty, Mr. and Mrs. Julian plans for their Christmas with Egg McMuffin, Danish Roll
with diamond stylus. Acrylic Canova, and John Canova of
#19 556L and Mrs. J. Huston McClane. formal at their meeting
= dust cover. Pair of 6-way speakers. The guest book table was Gainesville; Dr. Glen E. Monday night, Nov. 4, at 8 Orange Or Grapefruit Juice
Walnut grained; wood cabinet. covered with a floor length McClane Tallahassee; Gray p.m. at the club house.
.- lace cloth and centered within Flynn, Tampa; Reggie Flynn, All members are urged to FREE COFFEE With breakfast
TT arrangement of tropicanaroses. Birmingham, Ala.; and Mr. attend and are also remindedthat
88 Keeping the guest bookat and Mrs.DuPont Murphy,Jr., dues are payable at this Thru The Month of November
k r intervals were Mrs. L. G. New Smyrna Beach. meeting.
'COMPLETE Powell, Mrs. Clarence Porch, I
and Mrs. W. H. Graham.
The two punch tables were
covered with lace and cutwork AN OPEN LETTER
cloths and centered with
.- crystal punch bowls encircledwith
ivy. Pouring punch at FROM BUDDY MACKAY
ul\l' UlljI\lI intervals were Miss Norma .
.. Canova, Mrs.Dick Bush, Mrs.
Charles Darby, Mrs. O. L.
STEREO SYSTEM Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Ralph '
Bryan Mrs. Jimmy V. "
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-. ,llnCIUdes AM-FMradio, 8 track tape player, 2 speakers, Crosby. Flynn, Jr., Jr., and Mrs. GeorgeB. citizens: voting record ."rr ,. .
t record changer r. dust cover and 72" bookcase with 4 shelves. The cake table was overlaid FelloW JJ outline of my

with an imported white cut. Dear is an government
work cloth and centered witha fl of
ltli $88' three-tiered pillared cake The my philosophY
topped with a gold "50". The as wet as
I cake was flanked by two two-
\ #4468-096 branch silver candelabraswith Records .

white tapers. Cutting and y-oting neighbOrhood sities counties
serving the cake were Mrs. r
Janet Turner and Mrs W. C. 1. Favored home rule with

J GTR@ORGAN Powell.The gift table was covered 2. Favored and boards greenbelt law'abUse bY

with a white linen cloth edged continuing to eliminate
with lace and held an arrange. 3. Favored standards
ment of yellow and white tighter .

daisy pompoms.chrysanthemums and speculators Pun the tax on alcoholiC alcoholic

Providing pinao selections 4. Favored increasing costS of
the hours Favored
during party were finance
3 Octave keyboard. 16 Chords. Bench Miss Cindy Canova and Mrs. s. beverages to programs.Philosophjl' thelowest
and 3 books of music included. George Canova. Miss Neva handled at
Wood tone finish. Easy to learn- Jayne Flynn, accompanied by should be them.
hours of fun for the entire family! Mrs. L. A. Canova, pianist problems dealing with
sang several selections. An of
arrangement of green lotus t capable in Florida.and
blossoms, green grapes and of governm business holding
sea oats on a piece of drift. level is the biggest. ThiS includes and it
,7T wood was used on the piano. government duplication
$398 local
Also assisting in servingwere State ufl a bwaste and state
Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss it must be eliminating at the
Th Each #5201C Tammy Powell,Miss Deborah and
Johns Mrs. Carolyn Canova, down costS long-term

3 other Models To Choose From and Approximately Miss Elana Canova.300 friends also includes Florida sacrificing be to have

and relatives called betweenthe level. for without
appointed hours, :3 to 5 goal economy
o'clock. slur land prosperous
Those from out-of-town and
Mreko.COFFEE were Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Buie, a environment. own record things
Mrs. Harry Maeger, Mrs. our on my Many
Clarence Porch and Luke basing my campaign down my opponent.Marion countians
I am to tear which
Bridal ShowerOct. an effort opponent
on my
not said bY
I 19 Honors are being unt.rue. opponent haS on

Miss Jo Ann GreenMiss l,now to be program my failed to meet me
\I Jo Ann Green, bride. Despite[ jitrie last
i elect of Randal Norman, was County
10 Cup capacity. Enjoy the full flavor t complimented at a bridal know in Marion the
and aroma of fresh brewed coffee. -s shower Saturday evening you learn JR
given by Mrs. Lester Minton r
Glass server is dishwasher safe. SSSSSS BUDD1MacKA'
I and Mrs. W. H. Green, at the 1\. (
Great for home or office. Perfect ,I home of the latter.
gift ideal 1 .1 Upon arrival a white carnation -
corsage, centered with
two small keepsake gold
___ wedding bands,was presentedto
rl Miss Green. A yellow car
nation corsage was presentedto :f
$2888 the prospective groom's
mother, Mrs. Eugene Nor
man, and a deep pink carnation Paid Pol. Ad. by Malcolm Duggan, Camp Treas.
*H05135 corsage was given to his
grandmother, Mrs. Roy
The refreshment table was

Only 56 Days Till Christmas cloth covered with with deep a lace green trim.linen The ELECT

crystal punch bowl, placed at
one end of the table, was high. acKAY
lighted with green wedding BUDDY
USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN sherbet floats. A large white
sheet cake, decorated in pink
with a large pink rose

j At No Extra Charge Or TG&Y'Charge surrounded burgundy and by pink variegated sweetheartroses

was centered with two

L BankAmericard Master Charge with white displayed a doves.white on lace a The table cloth.gifts covered were DEM. STATE SENATE 6TH DIS1

Twenty guests enjoyed the
occasion from 7 to 9:30: p.m. -


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II Parish Council Hears Methodists Honor Seniors And SinglesThe Founders Day Observed m

1 Reports On Activities <, i
r rL 5 r Methodist senior and table was centered with black ByADKChapter
, St.Edward's Parish adult single members were and orange crepe paper gar _
Council by members at practice on A Founders reports were given on the
honored at a dinner in Fellow- lands with small Tomas
met in the parish hall Monday Thursday evenings.Mrs. pumpkinsand with Gladys as recent district two member
evening, with Richard Welty, Michael Gilhooly, Joe ship Hall Sunday following Halloween characters program chairman, was ship meeting.
president, presiding. Gissy and Francis Meng were J morning service, with placed at intervals. The head presented at Alpha Gamma During the social hour a
Father James Cregan Said appointed to a committee to t 1; members of Group Six as table was centered with a Chapter of ADK meeting held "white elephant" auction, led
hostesses.The .
that building plans for a new organize workers for the bingo witch stirring a brewing pot. Monday night of last week at by Mrs. Evelyn Sinclair, was
church are being made and games to be conducted on Halloween theme was Members of Girl Scout the home of Miss Madge Mid- held. Co-hostesses with Miss
several locations carried out with appropriate Cadette Troop 520 served the
being Saturday evenings beginning Ai, Middleton were Mrs. Ruth
considered for the church. early in November.The decorations throughout the approximately 50 guests at- Mrs. Frances Hamilton, Frazier and Mrs. Willie Mae
It was reported that tickets next meeting Is hall. The U-shaped dining tending. president, conducted the Denton.
for the Thanksgiving Dance at scheduled for November 25 in ta'I' business meeting when
the Armory on November 29 the parish hall. Y rot I ,
are being sold and proceedswill I .

for Richard the go to Church the Pernini Building entry gave in Fund.plans the UDCToMoet I, 88" Tuxedo Sofa BedJaw'J

annual Christmas parade W. T. Weeks Chapter, L" u I
sponsored by local merchants. U.D.C., Will meet Wednesday
Mrs. Wayne Mundorff Nov. 6, at 3:30: p.m. at the ;
reported on the success of the home of Mrs. George Roberts
bowling party held for Junior ST., with Mrs. O. L. Haynes ziJw
and Senior High School Sr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek,Sr. ashostesses.
religion students on October u() '
27 in Gainesville. Mrs. a'iir
Mundorff said that plans for a P.M.'Barefoot la lY6i b
skating party on November 24
for this group and their Observes
friends are being made. BirthdayP.
Mrs. Richard Coss reported
m progress of the church M. Barefoot celebratedhis
choir and invited participation. birthday anniversary
Sunday with a family get- / tor:: ..
Altar together at his home on Wash- GOLD.
SocietyTo ington Street. ;
Meet Nov. 5 Mr. Barefoot' three i !* AVOCADO
daughters, Mrs. C. L. Dinkins OR BLUE VELVET ,,
and Mrs. L J. Green, of h
St. Edward's Altar BROWN t
Societywill OR BLACK
Starke, and Miss Sara Barefoot
meet in the Parish Hall on of Jacksonville were Linda Stefanelli Becomes Bride Large Matching.VINYLTub %
Nov. 5 at 7:30: p.m. with Mrs. Chair
Hilda White of Keystone present.Also attenaing were a Of David
granddaughter, Mrs. Harry W. Luke In Gainesville
Heights .
as guest speaker.Mrs.
Mr. Stallings and
Eugene Darche from Stallings; Miss Linda June Stefanelli, flower nosegays accentedwith
their three children, of
Jacksonville will explain the Gainesville.A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. yellow and ivory
spiritual work of her role as Robert Lee Stefanelli of streamers.The .
birthday dinner was
Chairman of the East Coast served at Gainesville became the bride bride, given in i
Deanery Church Communities noon.Shrine of David William Luke, son of marriage by her father, worean
Commission. All interested Club Commander and Mrs. Manuel ivory gown of crystal poly.
ladies of the community are Luke of Deerfield Beach, on ester organza with a scooped
invited to attend. Honors Chief and Friday,Oct. 18, at 7:30: p.m. in neck bodice of Alencon lace.
Members of St. Edward's Saint Augustine Catholic Lace also trimmed the car-
Altar Society attending the Mrs. Dowling Church Gainesville. dinal sleeves and a double
Fall Meeting of the East Coast Reverend Father Flannan ruffle flounce bordered the Sofa Open
Deanery, St. Augustine Chief and Mrs.Jim Dowling Walsh performed the nuptials.The skirt hem. A chapel length | In Durable Vinyl Plastic or Velvet To Bed At Night
Diocesan Council of Catholic of Jacksonville were honor bride is the granddaughter mantilla fell from her head.
Magnificent room Sofa Bed
beautifying for
Women, at Jacksonville'sHoly guests at the Shrine Club of Mr. and Mrs. She wore pearl earrings and
Spirit Church on October meeting and covered dish Henry Stefanelli and Mr. and carried a cascade of white and comfortable sleeping and relaxing. The 88"
23 were: Mrs. Michael supper Thursday night, OQt., Mrs. Russell Norman of yellow roses with baby's Sofa opens to a full size double bed, $19 9
Gilhooly, Mrs. Gladys 24, at the Masonic Hall. Starke. Ireath and fern.A upholstered in long-lasting vinyl plastic- in
Weldon, Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Chief Dowling of the Jack- Highlighting the altar were reception was held in the '. your choice of today's most popular colors.
Mrs. Lester Humphries and sonville Fire Department white flower arrangementswith Catholic Student Center of St.
Mrs. Francis Meng. Bishop Rescue Unit showed pictures a tiny touch of yellow Augustine Church Hall, whichwas
Paul Tanner concelebratedthe of rescue unit operations in against a background of decorated with arrange-
noontime Mass with eight Jacksonville and spoke of the polms and spiral candelabrawith ments of tropicana roses, 93" Sofa of Sheer Spanish ComfortExactly
area priests. outstanding work it is doing burning tapers. Aisle yellow gladioli and daity chry-
for the community. candle markers were also santhemums.Mrs. .
used Stefanelli and Mrs. Deep Foam Comfort
-------------------------- -- as
Mrs. John E. Moore of Norman, grandmothers of the
DAY CARE Gainesville, organist, !ride, greeted guests at the ShownRED
presented a program of door Standing in the
CENTER nuptial music.Commander. receiving line were the bride
? Luke attended and groom, their parents and
FROM ARM BABIESTO his son as best man. Ushers bridal attendants. Miss Cathy i ,r M .- -
SCHOOL AGE were Phil Tomczyk, Roger Post kept the bride's book. :
Paul, and Randy and Bobby The bride's table was ..
% CONSTANT CARE- Stefanelli, brothers of the covered with a floor length qj- M
2 bride. lace tablecloth with a silver
Miss Katherine Wilson punch bowl placed at one end.
A NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. served as maid of honor and The cake table was covered ,
bridesmaids were Misses with a floor length lace cloth(
REASONABLE RATES Maribeth Whitney, CynthiaHill and was centered with the 1V
WE WILL WORK and Marl Ann Stefanelli, bride's cake. Mrs. Robert L.
sister of the bride.The maid of Wilson and Mrs. Walter
THEIR PROBLEMS honor and attendants were Auffenberg cut the cake. )
gowned alike in long rust Assisting in serving were Mrs. V i
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ; colored gowns of a knit fabric, Leon Fox and Mrs. Richard
neckline with Peterson.
square ivory
Baptist Church \ .. lace forming a collar and Following a wedding trip to ,
964-51361 t L trimming the cuffs.They wore North Carolina and the Smoky
1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR rust colored ribbons with long Mountains the couple is
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALLsoooooooaoooooooooooo 864-8866 streamers in their hair and residing at 2201 SE 10th St.,
OQCXX90CKM CC carried rust colored fall Pompano Beach.
The bride graduated from In Beautiful Crush Fur Velvet
Gainesville High School and
received her Associate of Arts i Never have you seen such value. Big bold
'I' degree from the University of NEW LOOK OF 1974 Heavy frame construction

I never thought I could afford Florida.The groom graduated from Large with soft foam cushioning in lovely crush fur $ 3 2 9

Northeast High School, Fort Matching Choir velvet. The handsome loose pillow back in I
Lauderdale, and received his contrasting floral printed velvet on durable
Associate of Arts degree from Exactly As Shown foam.

new clothes for us this year Santa attended Fe Community the University Collegeand of

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in advertising "Velvet" 3 Piece Sectional

Thank You, SingerYou Fort specialties Lauderdale.with Egads, Inc. of \

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you don't have even easier,we give free instructions, Oipe. Kan. announce the birth
of a son, Jason Dwayne, on
to.What you a trade-in allowance, and payment Oct. 13. Maternal grandparents

y need is a new plans are available too. See howSinger"sewing are Mr. and !Mrs.
4 Cbcar; Davis of Starke.Mr. .
Singer helps?

machine. How and Mrs. Tom Smith of -V C d
Starke announce the birth of a r
about our son Shannon Curtis,on Oct. 22 :
in Alachua General
economicalzigzag Hospital. i
On Sale I Now Maternal grandparents are
: Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae of
.\ machine! Starke.
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j 7. T4 And it's got sewing> machine r Mr. and Mrs. Charles Big, Bold New look of 1974. Heavy hardwood frame
our exclusive Francis were in Orlando construction with 4" of soft foam cushioning in love-
only Sunday to Tuesday where !Mr. Exactly I ly colors of BLUE I BROWN fur velvet The handsome .
front Francis attended the As loose pillow back is in contrasting printed vel $
3 2
drop-in secondary principals con Shown vet on durable foam. Built to the floor in keeping with
Simplicity Pattern 6766(mother) [bin. bob$19 i the dramatic new look of contemporary styles to fit

Simplicity Pattern 6686child( ) tifu1! .and Mrs. L. M. Stoner of any decor.

s & Sewmachine Ocala were weekend guests of Now: For Christinas
got superbTbuch& Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lay.A-Way
on sale too. What talent! Does 15 Carrying case Brown.
or cabinet extra
kinds of stitches.. And has a built-in Mr. and !Mrs. Norman It's A Fact You Can Do Betterat

Walker and son, Kevin, of
Gainesville were Monday
visitors of her mother, Mrs.


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I Stork ForMrs.Odom Shower And. Luncheon a2P2 nJo u CZKu\J(0CW I .

Steve Shelton of Fort Lauderdale .
Mrs. Richard Odom was shower and luncheon on Misses Kim Bartlett and Miss Kay Turner of Jack- Mrs. Leola Roberts, Mrs. C. A. B. Whitehead, Sr., and Mrs. Floyd Ritch and Mrs. and Mrs. Francis
complimented at a stork Thursday, Oct. 24, in the Sharon Arnold of Jacksonville sonville was home for the N. Christy, Mrs. V. J. Mrs. Charles Whitehead and John Montana of Gastonia, N. Stone of Woodbine, Ga. are
Pecan Room of the Garden will spent the weekend with weekend. Spengler, Mrs. John Greene, daughter, Janna, all celebrated c., Mrs. Barbara Harvey of guests this week of Mr. and
Luncheon Given Restaurant given by Mrs. Carl Kim's brother-in-law and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, and their birthdays Sunday Atlanta, and Mrs. Sarah Hen- Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs
L. Johns, Mrs. George sister, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny McDonald's now Mrs. One Wiggins attendedthe with a basket dinner at the derson and children of Green Gladys Edwards. They all

For Mrs Harris, Roberts, Jr., Mrs. John Barrett. breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m.serving. Free Florida Federation Whitehead, Sr. home. Among Cove Springs were Mrs.weekend J. W. spent Wednesday and
Watson, and Mrs. Dudley coffee with breakfast. Woman's Club district four those attending were the guests of Mr. and Thursday at the Stephen
Recent Bride Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby tour last Friday at the father of Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Hitch Foster Park in the Okeefenokee -

Guests were seated at a U- returned Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coulter of Woman' Club of Jackson ,Sr., Johnnie O. Dobbs of Swamp at Fargo, Ga.
Mrs. Harold Harris, the shaped table where place from three weeks visit with Arcadia spent Oct. 18-20 with ville. Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Wallace of Jack-
former Barbar Ann Schmitt, a cards marked the seating Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby and their son-in-law and daughter, George Bishop and family of sonville will be a weekend Mrs. Vincent Yirak
recent bride, was honored at a arrangement. At the head family in Lansing Mich and Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Dopsonand Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of Jacksonville, and Mr. and guest of Mrs. J. R. Kite. valescing at home after is con

luncheon Saturday given at table was an arrangement of Capt. and Mrs. Mickey attended a wedding inLive St. Augustine were Monday Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, Jr. and a patient in Alachua being
the home of Mrs. David Montgomery red roses and fall wild Dansby at the Air Force Oak. overnight guests of her children of Starke. Friends of Mrs. Walla last General
Hospital week.BEULAH .
{ on Powell Street. flowers,and at intervals down Academy in Colorado Springs, parents, LTC and Mrs. V. J. Lipsey and Mrs. Foster Shi
Hostesses with Mrs. Montgomery the side tables were miniature 0>10. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. :Spengler.Mr. Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indian- Smith will regret to learn of
were Mrs. Malcolm arrangements of the same Schaffer of Atlanta are apolis, Ind. is spending two the death of their daughterand
Sanders Mrs. Douglas In- flowers. Dr. Jan Mundorff and Tom visiting her father, L. L. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy weeks with Mrs. Clyde Sin- sister, Mrs. Clara Belle CHURCHHOMECOMING
man, and Mrs. Guy Andrews. The hostesses presented the Vanek of Tampa spent Sunday Conner, and sister Mrs. F. J. spent the weekend with ,their clair and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wright of Gainesville, on Beulah Church NOV. 10
Covering the luncheon table honoree with a baby car seatas with Jan's parents, Mr. and Shaw, from Monday to daughter, June, in Valdosta. Slade. Monday. Funeral service was State Road Baptist 21 in on
was a handmade green polyester a memento of the occasion. Mrs. R E. Mundorff. Thursday.Mrs. They were joined by Miss held Wednesday in West Hills County
will celebrate its 124th
cloth with matching Among the guests was Mrs. Jayne Hardy of Atlanta. Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jack Memorial Park, Gainesville. Anniversary
napkins, and centered with a Harold DeRyke of Apopka, Me Donald's now serving A. W. Anderson, Jr. sonville and Ann Yoder of with Homecoming on
handcrafted arrangement of mother of the honoree.o"o"ot.o..oKoeow breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m. Free returned to her home in Mrs. L. G. Powell of Starke Miami are visiting Mr. and Sunday, Nov. 10. Rev. J. E.
burlap daisies, green gingham coffee with breakfast. Ventura, Calif. Sunday after and sisters Misses Etta and Mrs. F. W. Strickland for Newton, a former pastor, will

leaves and baby's breath in a o oKa ten days visit with her Louise Fripp of Columbia, S. several days. Pine Level be guest service.A speaker. at the
wicker basket. Matching Mrs. R. P. McLendon has parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. C.,returned Saturday after an morning
corsages of the same flowers returned from a month's visit Caldwell. Mr. Caldwell is con- extended: tour of the Eastern Alan Dale of Columbia, S. basket dinner will be
were presented to the honoreeand Uid /oa.lCrow with her son and family, Mr. valescing at home after being seaboard. Enroute they C, and Frank Williams, Jr. Youth Plan served at 1 p.m., and there
her mother, Mrs. Cynthia and Mrs. Jim McLendon, in in the North Florida Regional visited relatives in Alexandria and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. will be special music in the

Schmitt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fink Blowing Rock, N. C. She also Hospital following a heart Va. and their brotherinlaw Williams of Currie, N. C. were afternoon.Luther

The hostesses presentedMrs. and children of Green Cove visited relatives in Knoxville, attack. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and Hay RideThe ......... ..McGee... pastor..
Harris with an electric Springs visited her mother, Tenn. C H. Wollenberg, in Farmington Mrs Mack Williams.Mr. When :;; were.i-.s.c.hI;
toaster as a memento of the Mrs. Ella Moody, Monday Mrs. G. W. Coleman, Mrs. Conn. of Pine the "hard stuff"
and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead young people meant
occasion. evening.Mr. Mrs. George Hamilton of Mildred Rivers -
Mrs. Marcus Local admittances to
Church algebra.
Fourteen Hampton, Tenn.is her Sr. have had as visitors Level Baptist are
guests enjoyedthis Howard Miss
Katherine Bradford County Hospital th is "the Door County Wit,
delightful affairLooking and Mrs. Tillman Hutto parents, Mr. and Mrs. Epperson and Mrs. Georgia week include: Jason Johnson, Mr. and !Mrs Carol Smith of sponsoring biggest Advocate
and Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Richard Solze, for two weeks. Watson of Lake Butler were Mrs. Louise Newman, Paul Dade City on Friday, and Mr. hayride in northern Florida"Saturday. ....... .
and !Mrs Marjell Dobbs and Nov. 2, at 7 p.m. lookmg'at'stack""f
Monroe and daughters of !Man
Monday guests of Mrs. K. G. Buran, Mrs. Glenda Terrell, at this
Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. W. E. Tilley is in Duncan.Mr. Mrs Ernestine Cox, Margaret family of Madison on Special guests Holler will be Christmas cards ready to
visitors of Mrs. Carolyn Alachua General Hospital for Griffis, Arthur Walker, Mrs. Saturday.Mr. Halloween Hay Brothers of mail: "This year it finally
Redgrave.McDonald's. observation and treatment.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lilleyof \ Joyce Allen and Raymond Orlando.All Stamper. happened the stamps cost
Frankfurt, Ill were Wednesday Eaves, Starke; Kenneth invited more than the cards.
and Mrs. B. H. and Mrs. John young people are Gutldard l.crman. King, Ftuirun
now serving Stallworth of Monroeville, to Monday guests of !Martin, Lawtey; Mrs. Swinton returned last Myers to participate and wear old ............................
: ( Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. Crosby, Worthington Springs Thursday after
r tr6t breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m. Free ; clothes. Donation will be 50 All mistakes have been
Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clarence Hagan, Graham; two weeks visit with her
coffee with
Lynch of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs Messie Maxwell and mother, Mrs. H. L. Brooks, cents. placed in this newspaper spe
Mrs. Tom Lane of Sylacauga, Me Donald's now serving William Fowler, Hampton; and Mr. and !Mrs. J. W The church is located four cifically for the pleasure of
; Mrs. Frances Hamilton, Ala. will be weekend guests of breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m. Free Brenda Mayhee, Lake Hanson in Kansas City Kan. miles west of Starke on High those who look forward to
l Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Kate Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and coffee with breakfast. Geneva. way 100. finding them.

ArU6tCQ".cQ Sheppard, Mrs. Ruth Frazier, will attend the UF-Auburn -
Miss Mary Faulkner, Mrs. game Saturday.
Bonnie Riggs, Mrs. Lily
Bridges, Mrs. Louin Redding,
for McDonald's
a Church with now serving
vitality?? and Mrs. Gladys Wasdin breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m. Free
visited St. Augustine last coffee with breakfast.

Looking for joy and happi Thursday. OC1CD
ness in Bible Study and !Mrs E. M. Prevatt, Sr. of
Worship?? Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Starke, !Mrs. Joel Smith of I
Goldwire were in West Palm Jacksonville and Mrs. Calvin ttl

Looking for fellowship with Beach over the weekend Richard of Ocala visited the I WIT'
friendly Christians?? visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Furniture !Mart in High Point,
Goldwire and family. N. C., the Smoky Mountainsand
You will find it all at the Blue Ridge Mountains, N.
exciting First Baptist !Mrs. Myrtle Anderson C. last week.
Church of visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Starkelll! Anderson in Callahan last Mr. and Mrs. Tony Badmanand

Thursday and Friday. Mrs. two sons of WestonSuperMare -
Sunday School
Anderson had as weekend England arrived
9:45a.m. Edward Wednesday for several days'visit
((414 guests Mr. and Mrs.
presentlast Sunday) Schwab of Merritt Island and with his grandmother,

Eddie Schwab of Gainesville. Mrs. Emma Badman, and
Morning Worship aunt, Mrs. V. J. Spengler, and
11:00a.m.Great .
LTC Spengler.Mr. .
( Singing & Bible McDonald's now serving I

Preaching) breakfast. 7 to 11 a.m. Free and Mrs. A. C. Pooser

coffee with breakfast. were in Birmingham, Ala. last
Christian Life
Training to visiting his
:1Sp.m.. Dr. Barney McRae of Lake Tuesday Friday
mother Mrs. Lera Pooser,
(Film-"The Secret of City and Mrs. Barney McRae, and her father, C. L. Justin To Vote The Democratic Ticket
Happiness) Sr and Mrs. Betty Crawford who were confined in
ot Starke attended the Homecoming

Evening WorshipYou game in Gainesville hospitals.LTC Mark Your Ballot Follows
( also attendedthe As
can put your heart Saturday. They and Mrs. V. J.Spengler :
into it) dedication of the Greater
visited his father, Leonard
Orange Park Community Spengler, in a nursing home in
The Family ChurchWe Center and reception at the
St. Monday.Mrs. .
prepare for everyone home of Dr. and Mrs. Hinson Augustine
Stephens in Orange Park on
James Montuoro and Sample Ballot
"The Church with Sunday
a Heart
daughter, Christie, of Tampa
In the Heart of Starke"Phone
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of spent Friday Saturdaywith
her Mr. and
964-6562 Jacksonville were Sunday
FREETRANSPORTATION visitors of Mrs. A. E. IIrs.I.! A. Baldwin. CONGRESSIONAL State Treasurer

McKinney. Mrs. K. G. Duncan of West United States Senator (Vote for One)

- - -- Point Ga. is spending several
Ben P. (Vote for One)
Pastor Bryant HELP WANTED: PART TIME weeks with her son-in-law and THOMAS D. O'MALLEY (Dem)X
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. RICHARD (DICK) STONE Oem
$43.48 and more per ( )
Crawford. Mrs. L. LATHAM
Rudolph (Rep)
William George \weekend. Uniforms meals
Duncan was a Monday overnight -
Mm.of Music and insurance. Paid training. of Mrs. Marcus JACK ECKERD (Rep)
Call 9645320. itchy 10/31
Howard Lake Butler and
they visited Mr. and Mrs. T.

E. Duncan in Gainesville on Commissioner of Education
protection from Tuesday
(Vote for One)

Mrs. W H. Thomson of
things that go Monticello spent the weekend RALPH D. TURLINGTON (Dem)

with her sisters, Mrs. John W.
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I Jimmy Alvarez Ends Top National i FFA Careerit's Eiu' T I ,

'; '
a long way from a farmon including President Gerald R. points out and Bradford is one and invited him to the conven
Highlights of the convent!*
aRpinna Bradford County Ford attended."It for of the four.Alvarez tion.Ford
to of the huge Jimmy Alvarez was sittj& rose through the was originally
national Future Farmers of was just wonderful. You on the stage next to PresidllFord FFA ranks in Bradford High scheduled to appear Wednes ; ,
America organization but couldn't explain it to anybody; before a pacld He was chapter president, day morning at the convention 9r, 6 I
audience wth
Jimmy Alvarez almost they'd have to be there to see of some 13,000 district FFA president and but asked to have it
reached the top. it. It was really something" was the nation.shown live on TV acss state FFA president before changed to Tuesday night to
For the past year Alvarez says Mrs. Harold Alvarez Heal being elected to national office get the national TV exposure.
who came up through the Jimmy's mother. Mr. and that really personable. The'ing last year. As Alvarez' advisors DavidB.
comes across .
Bradford High School FFA Mrs. Alvarez traveled to Alvarez has been on the Smith now vocational ,
is his ,
program has been the Kansas City to see their son in of the sincerity president.Alvarways road for a year. "I've met u lot director in Flagler County
Southern Regional Vice- the convention. So did Jimmy's of people seen a lot of places I and Paul Hutchins were
Alvarez is one of jm two
brother, Greg now wouldn't have." presented Honorary
president of the national FFA a national FFA officers Home
organization one of six Bradford High vocational- from the Bradford .ligh As far as learning and en- American Farmer Degrees. ,.
national FFA offices. Tuesday agriculture advisor. Chapter. The other Isoyle joying the year a highlight for Smith flew up to the convention -
he was back the Alvarez was a six-weeks tour for his award. Hutchins
on farm
Greg and wife, Debra, Conner, now Florida'Com.missioner : -
who had
received that
which FFA
of states degreethe
retrieving a few cows that got chaperoned a of FFA of Agricture. 13 during
out of the group officers learned much about previous year in Kansas
pen.Jimmy's students There
at convention.The are only cipters
business and City was given a plaque of
FFA career came group, traveling in one of in the U.S. to ha' two corporate
to a climax last week with the the school's two mini national officers .varez economics, and.met many top appreciation which Alvarez ..
delivered to him when he ./ .
end of the 1974 National FFA executives. Alvarez also attended
included Becky Hutchins, .
Convention in Kansas City the Puerto Rico state returned home. l .f'..0.-.
Missouri. Baldree Debbie FOR SALE All kiln of FFA convention. In Januarythe Alvarez plans to work for a Ghosts,
It was the responsi- Douglas, Kim Charles goblins and witches: abounded at Starke
bility of the six national FFA Tenly office home. tmd'chool' national officers were in few months then enter the Winners in the K-2 division of the costume: Rlemenlary'ii PTA Halloween Carnival.
Ferguson, Zed contest wore (I-r) Kim
officers to run the convention Hamilton. Tommy Miller supplies. Come t The Washington D. C, where they University of Florida to Mrs. J.C. Dukes; Allan Thibixleaux son of Mr. and :Mrs Jackie Dukes daughter of :Mr. and
the largest in the United Office Shop or call 14-6305 talked for half-an-hour to then pursue a degree in some agriculture daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baldwin and Thiboileaux; Kellie Baldwin,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baldree Kim Brown
States. Some 17,400 for service. Vice-President Gerald Ford related field. Brown. daughter of :.Mr. anti :.Mrs. Dale
persons also
attended, the convention. ," .. .,' ..... "". ,."... uhich The: four were chosen the wildest most original cutest and scariest.: Can )'Ollit'/l/ which is

I' In the grade :8-5 group Jennifer Luke, third grade daughter of :Mrs. Ann Luke was cliosen
wittiest; Harry King son of :.Mr. and Mrs. Lowell King, most original
Sue Ann
,. '" fourth grade daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs Jackie Thihodeaiix, mid
Bingo Harry Kedilish firth grade,
son of !Mr. and Mrs. Vernnn Keddish.


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I Government Gun Confiscation He a vyfIo rn ing Fog Causes I

To Be Topic Of Birch Meeting


The Federal Government's terrorism," Smith charges are being deceived In much highway. LeWIS injuries caused by the accident -
program for control and "The present administration the same way Into accepting .. lane of Mercado, 70, of .
confiscation of privately IS being less than federal laws requiring Rivero a 1970 On Friday, October 25
owned firearms will be the truthful with Americans, registration of all handguns, A heavy concentration of treated and released from Palatka, traveling driving north on about a.m. another accidentoccurred
subject of a speech by Charles when It promotes legislation to be followed by another law fog limiting visibility to just a B ford County Hospital. Pontiac, off of the high- 11.01 miles south or
SmIth, nationally known which would require banning them. Under the few feet was a contributing turday morning, October SRoU, pulled east shoulder of Starke on SR-16, when a 1972
lecturer from Watts, registration and subsequent second law, all citizens would factor in a five car automobile 26 bout 7:45 a.m., William way onto the to avoid Chevrolet Camper driven by
California, on Nov. 9, In confiscation of all rifles, be required to surrender their accident on SR-16 north of Dunn, 70, of Glen St.MI : the road In an truck attempt, which also Eunice Carolyn Mann, 32, of
Lawtey. pistols, and shotguns as the pistols to the government -or Starke, according to the traveling south on SR the Dunn road. Neither Starke, was struck from
The talk entitled, "Are Guns answer to our problems," possibly a federal agent would Florida Highway Patrol. 16 a 1973 Chevrolet pickup pulled off able to avoid the behind while attempting to
To Blame" will be presented Smith says. "Repeat a lie knock on their door some Only one person was even tru 6',2 miles north of driver was which oc- make a left turn off of SIt.16.
at Lawtey Elementary School often enough and it will soon night and demand that they slightly Injured In the crashes. Sta near the Florida State head-on collision east shoulder of Fannie Rule Sconiers, 29, of
at 8 p.m. The Starke Chapter find acceptance" surrender their weapons or go Damage to the five vehicles PriJ while attempting to curred on the Starke, driving a 1974 Buick
of The John Birch Society will A native of Pittsburgh, to jail. In this fashion, Smith was estimated at over $5,000. pas. n unidentified vehicle, the highway. time later Roy crashed Into the rear of the
the dreaded "knock on One driver a Palatka man, ran to the heavy fog con- Just a short
sponsor the talk as a continuation Pennsylvania, Charles Smith warns, 22, of Mann's camper, which
of its program 'iffocusin0 moved to Los Angeles, the door in the middle of the cent ion while In the passing Russell Steadman his 1968 Ford a traveled 78 feet after the
Charles Smith stopped
attention on matters California, in 1960 and was night could become reality Archer distance from the first impact, the Buick continuing
of national The recruited into several short for 460 feet after the
concern. soon The complete disarmament Jeports and then James R. its course
Is invited to which claimed to be Cancer Society collision, end collisionTrooper
public cordially groups of the American people is the Guard OffersOpportunity 26, of Keystone rear
hear this freedom and civil K.G. Etheridge of
Important message. promoting objective of the federal up behind
"The current wave of antigun rights. He points out that government, Smith claims. Fund Total $4,25A \ Steadman heights, pulled m his 1972 Ford and the FHP estimated damages
hysteria Is being many Americans, both black And this goal will become Richard Eugene Lee, to the camper at $6,000 and to
deliberately promoted to and white, have been deceived unless there is sufficient stopped. traveling south the Buick at $1,500. Sconiers
reality S1ufo John Starke,
Mrs Myers of
total of
deceive the American people 4245.96 was with failure
by revolutionary groups charged to
opposition. direction was
public For Seniors Mrs Miller, l\lrs. SR.16 in the same
Into accepting the idea that behind a facade of high- conditions, only collected In the recent rgaret on ahead of have vehicle under control.
these cars
Under Brian Charles other two
amilton, the
American Cancer Crusade In as
gun registration will end, or sounding principles and government agents and those Fran Miss Frances crashed into the rear ofTguesm's Juanita Chandler, a
greatly reduce, crime, slogans. favored by federal Area high school seniors are Bradford County, according to Jenkin Mrs. Louise Kite. hum car, which in turn passenger in the Buick, along
violence, and Communist Smith adds that Americans bureaucrats would have guns. being offered an opportunity a treasurer's report at the Mr. presented Miss crashed Into the rear of the with its driver, Sconiers, were
annual of the we
the Florida National Guard for
by treated Injuries and
that Americans
insists vehicle.
Smith Stump th a charm In ap- Steadman
Bradford Unit
that con- to earn money while attending County on Etheridge or released at the Bradford
should realize gun October 10. Miss Lillian )reciali of her fine work as Trooper K.G.
fiscation Is always a the final months of school preside of the county unit. the Florida Highway Patrol County Hospital.A .
Stump, president of the county
necessary step In the creation prior to graduation. The ident pointed out estimated damages to the five cow was killed Thursday
of a totalitarian state. The Starke Guard unit has unit, presided. that t patient service vehicles totaling 5350. October 24, when struck by the
recently granted authority to progra of the Florida Two were charged In the 1969 Dodge of George H.
Because of Charles Smith's delay the short period of The goal adopted for the Division designed not only five car crackup. Dunn was Herget, 56. of Gainesville.
concern for the future of active duty required until new year is to reach every to help sa lives, but also to charged with having no valid According to the accident
America and Its free In- after the student's graduation. woman In the county for a pap bring gr ter comfort to driver's license and failure to report filed by Police Officer
stitutions, he Is touring the Under this plan, the seniors test Richard Howe, ACS cancer paints and to assist drive In a single traffic lane. Kenneth Carlton of the Starke
country with this important would start attending drills executive director, reported in the reh litation of those Lee was charged with failure Police Department the animal
message. Everyone is invited with the unit and go on paid that funds are available for whose live ve been altered to have vehicle under control. fatality occurred on SR-16
and urged to attend this status in January 1975. the tests, and that if as many by the dise.These Mercado was carried to the about half a ,mile east of the
cue which will also In- Pay for the lowest enlisted as 20 women are available at Is are accomplished emergency room of the Old Lawtey Road causing .
the Kennan Family grade will be $53.48 per anyone time they will be through the Bradford County Hospital and damages of $150 to the left
Gospel Singers month, with payments made received at the Cancer Clinic operation of Loan and Gift released after treatment for front of the Dodge.
For more Information quarterly.Interested. at St.Vlncent's Hospital for Qoset whic rovides wheel

contact: Fred Johnson, applicants may examlnallon. chairs, wal s. dressings,
Starke Hulon Herndon, call the Starke National
; etc. to ents transportation
Lawtey, Paul Meng, Hampton Guard armory, 964-5320, from The following officers were fo p medically; in- 2 Women Die
or Don Champion, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily for elected to serve for the year digent cancer tients to and
Keystone Heights. further information. 1974.75: from appro treatment

., o xbs Miss Lillian Stump, centers; reh' itation services In Collision
: to help pants return to
Mrs. Louise Kite,
Break-In their normlifestyles
4 Arrested In secretary; Mrs. Margaret
Miller treasurer following treat! nt Two Baker county women between their vehicles.
Atx The Society s not have killed in a head-on The accident occurred when
Four men have been The two have been charged The president appointed the the resources pay for were collision Thursday October 24 the 1968 Ford driven by I\lrs.
arrested and charged with with breaking and entering following chairmen: Dr. doctors and hos I bills, but about 5p.m.14 miles north of Sturgill veered across the
breaking and entering according with Intent to commit grand Robert Gillespy, Medical every patient counseled. Raiford on SR-229. centerline of SR-229 directly

to the Bradford larceny. and Advisor; Mrs. Arlin individually nd the According to a report filed into the path of the oncoming
County Sheriff's office. Daniel James Ricks I\1cKnight, Service Chairman; organization Is a to provide Trooper H.J. Daniels at the 1970 Chevrolet of I\lrs. Ken-
Two men, Lawrence Earl Freddie R. Rhoden, both 19 Mrs. Kay Baillie, Uterine some type of 'stance to Florida Highway Patrol nedy. The Kennedy vehicle
Williams, 30, of Starke, and and from Starke have been Task Fore Chairman; Mrs. every cancer p' nt, Miss station in Starke, Amelia skidded 56 feet before the fatal
Richard John Price, 22, of charged'( with breaking'( into Public Stump said.
Joan Hurst impact.
located Griffith Slurgill 48, of San-
the Moose Lodge, on
Erie, Pa., were arrested miles south or
Education; Rev. John Flynn, dei and Deborah Combs Location is 3.2
October 24 about 1 US-301, North, about three son
Thursday, Crusade Chairman; Gus --- Kennedy, 19, also of San- Sanderson in Baker County
a.m. when they were caught weeks ago.Taken Crusade Advisory the 1-10 ac-
Kopelousos, derson died from injuries near overpass
from the Moose
by Bradford County deputies W. E. Jlall lack
\ Chairman. received in a head-on collision cording to the niP.
while attempting to break into Lodge was an air conditioner,
the residence of Martha Jean some liquor and coins. The Citations for Distinguished
r Chase on U.S. 301, South. Items taken were valued at Service were presented by William E. Ham k, 64. of ----
Gainesville, died W nesday, -----
Williams was out on bond at about $700.County Miss Stump to the following: ,
the time for a previous arrest Judge Elzie Sanders Rev. John Flynn, Gus Oct. 23. in Alachui 'eneral
L of possession of stolen set bond for the two young Kopelousos, Mrs. Rebecca Hospital after a 10 illness. Clip This And Bring To j jI
Born in Alabama on cpt. 13,
property Sheriff Reddish said. men at $3,000 each Stevenson Mrs. Gloria
1910, he was a for er law
ASKEW GOVERNORYILLIAMS I Airman Walker enforcement at Lawt and at I Eagle Family Discount Store

Assigned To Lowry Airman 2 Trials' Scheduled Mobile Surviving and Andalu.are Ala.two I 312 E. Madison
patient, was charged following daughters, Mrs. Shire,, Nie-
A. Walker, son of Two trials
Gregory STARKE were
\ LT. GOV. Mrs. Altamease C. Walker of scheduled for- November 21 an attack.upon Supt. G.S. bruggie, Lompoc, Cat., and On Sunday, Nov. 10th. Hours: 12 6
Rt. I, Brooker, has been one case continued until Fortner at the Florida State Mrs. Nelda Mae ores,

assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., December 9, and another re- Prison. Panama City; three sters,
And Receive An
Air Force Willie Mack Woodard, who Mrs. Vince Lee III reth,
after completing November 12,
set for plea day
entered plea of not guilty on' Andalusia, Ala.; Mrs.
basic Elzie San-
The Team training.his six weeks at the by County Judge September 10 on a charge of Beatrice Gibson Eve reen,
Winning During ders at docket and motion day child Natural Color Portrait
Air Training Command'sLackland Bradford circuit handling and fondling a Ala., and Mrs. Estonia mith,
in County under the age of 14 years, had Ala.8: four 11x14
AFB, Tex., he court held Monday, October Montgomery / No Group Charge
for the next .
his reset
case grandchildren.Funeral
Florida mission,
For A Greater studied the Air Force 28.
and customs and plea day of the court to be held services e held
organization Sanders, standing
received special Instruction In for Circuit Judge Wayne M. November The defendants 12. were at Calvary 11 a.m.Baptist Satul'C II'cb y n with the For Only One Offer Per Family j jI
human relations. Carlisle, set the trial date of

GENERAL ELECTIONNOVEMBER The airman the has Technical been Richard Wright, charged on Assistant represented Public Monday Defender by Hev.Interment Jim will Black be n ficlating.Crosby $

Training assigned Center to at Lowry for two entering counts and breaking grand larceny and Steven Bernstein, with the Lake Cemetery i\\ h DeWittC. I 495 (Regular Price 2995))
state being represented by Jones Funeral Home In
specialized training In the and the trial of Steven I
5 Assistant State Tom
Attorney of ents.
field.Airman charge arrange 2T
supply Bradford Foust, charged with Elwell. L
Walker -------------------------
graduated robbery for Thursday,
Paid Pol. Adv. Paid for by Bradford County Democratic in 1971 from Santa Fe High November 21.
School, Alachua, and attended The trial of Samuel Lee
Executive Comm Sylvia Reddish, Treas. Santa Fe Community College, Harris for aggravated assault

Gainesville. was continued until December

9. Harris, a former mental -

ARE GUNS 1'0 BLAME? New ChurchGranted ..

Use ir I

"It is better to have one and not need it, Of School

than to need one and not have it." LAKE BUTLER A new THE SA

CHARLES E. SMITH church in the, Fundamental process of Baptist being, I

organized in Lake Butler has ..VESI I.T. II

been tentatively granted the .
use of facilities at the Lake I IiI
Butler Elementary

e Will Itricl conlrola Of.ftIIoaolion 01 gun sop crlm.,Of pro- Cafetorium for holding ser- I
eel 6G end liberty! vices on Sunday and Wed- .a.I.I! ctlaat .

e Will m iulionarb and crlmimk obey IUD control 18_! nesday p.m.
Elbon B. "Sonny" Harden,
e II law.bidinl emus allow their fIreuma 10 ba conl".Je4. with G.ar
representing the new church, Federal
rho then will hen gun!
a made the request for the use
e Who w I''". IndiYlduab promolina pun control and conn.callon of the school cafetorium at a
and what, Ie their ultimate purpok7 special meeting of the school
board Thursday, October 24. In times of economic uncert pity the safe investment is the wise investment

The board tentatively approved The safest investment you c make is a saving account at Guaranty Federal
Gun control II one 01 thu' molt hOlly cleb.lecllopica In America. Chell..Smllh, + Harden's
.lIonally known lecturer, chafes. that eh. LibenI media!and ndic.l: atremiaaen subject to a later meeting request to Check the track record of st s. bonds, even U.S. Treasury Notes!

fomantinl ullonwide.nd-.n hyoteri8. + be held with School Principal All are subject 10 market flu allons.

A onsai i. NOIdenl 01 Was., C.lifoenia Smith leai.tt, that public af.mion II Juhan Mixon Supt. Jimmy

bring. deab.v.atr loc.-cl on.handful" 01 Communillu...,Black milllonlS, Cason and Attorney Wayne Your safest Investment is a sa account at ":'
.nd plat a....cI radicals 10 condition I''". public 10 accept conlrol..nd WtimaaeodYcatlom I Carroll to work out the details gs Guaranty Federal..tlo...
01 fIranno. And .he adds. Mil II bnpenollwe that Americana .....Ize of the arrangement. Final Your investment will earn co ounded daily interest. Your

lhal., ... anikatan II only one put 01 a moo .lenoM propam, 10 anent approval by the board will be principal is always immediatel vailable and guaranteed by +M1i
ere ..aloolnlo toWltakn made at the November an agency of the Federal Gove ent UP to $20.000.
rasa"s's's'AI s'r ;J' meeting. .
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A-'ca.': stopping p-1nC First services of the new
u.s 10 .liar IhIe vital -.1 church were held Sunday, For more information, drop by r call any of Guaranty

October 27 at the chapel of the Federal's five convenient office soon.

.sponsored by Archer Funeral Home. SAVINGS INFO II,
use of the school cafetorlum Passbook Savings None No 5.2S% s,399i
would be needed until the new New Certificate $1,000 90 5."%

STIIBHf CHflPTD[ OF THE JOHn BIRCH SOCIETY church Butler.new church had time building to construct in Lake a New New Certificate Certificate $1,000$1,000 2Y"s 1 ye 6.75 6.50'J6'% 6.98 6.72 5.92%%% Guaranty

New Certificate $1.000 4 ye 7.50'J6' 7.79%

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31, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page 7

Rue Settlement Ends Union School SuitLAKE

BUTLER All the school board would be not abiding by the court order. on September 13, at which case that they had reached
parties have agreed to call it filed in U.S. District Court in The contempt charges were time it was announced by agreement on terms of set
quits in Union County's long Jacksonville for approval and withdrawn at a hearing held attorneys on both sides of the tlement. '
drawn out lawsuit filed by two that the court would retain I
:.S employees against the jurisdiction until the terms of I
.1Y44WM' 2' !k mw ewR, ,Are n superintendent and four the agreement had been

members of the school board.At complied with.
v I T ..I t tv a special meeting The suit in question was
t "l Thursday, October 24, the filed in the U.S. District Court
school board approved a in Jacksonville by Clarke and Askew turns criminals loose early
professional leave ter Rue, joined by the Union
} urinating December 31, 1974 County Education
tlti i ti for former Band Director Association, following because there are not enough prisons.
Richard Rue as a condition of dismissal of the two last yearon
wet Af' ? settlement.In allegations of job
w M?, J' it an earlier meeting held formance failures brought by There could be !
nl.J September 30 a professionalleave Supt. Cason. The orginial suit
was granted to former sought damages of $250,000
{ principal Bruce Clarke extending from the superintendent and Crime in Florida is up 35% over last year. What's
: through June 30, 1975. four members of the board: Askew doing about it? He's releasing criminals
} ? l Both men will be paid at a Chairman Ray Crawford, early. Why?
reduced salary rate during the Tommy Mobley, Morris
of the Dobbs and ELECT JERRY THOMAS -
course professionalleave. Ray Powell. The
fifth member of the board, HE'LL BUILD MORE PRISONS
Other conditions of the Donald Dukes, was excluded
settlement is the requirementthat from the plaintiffs' suit. ;J-
Rue. former band Judge Charles R. Scott
director Union County High ordered reinstatement of : -'

Freshmen princesses take a ride on the Freshman float during the BUS Homecoming and Clarke, former principal Clarke and Rue to the JERRYFOR
Parade Oct. 18 In Starke. at Lake Butler Middle School positions held at the time of -1 '<'''l"
submit letters of resignationto their dismissal, but the board At', :", .
the school board to be held had filled the vacated J'4f> h' "
by Brian T. Hayes, attorney positions with other personnel THOUAS "/ < ... ...
LegalAction Under Way for the defendants.The before the receipt of the court /'! J" ", ,
school board is requiredto order. :i
seal all documents, letters The board did, however, re- ;: "
On notes and other memoranda employ Clarke as principal of GOVERNOR <
Zoning ViolationsReport relating to the case. The the Union County Adult High : '
detailed circumstances in the School and Rue as a music A : ,

on progress of legal storage facility.The Gaines was given per controversy may never againbe teacher in the elementaryschool. a Governor you can afford 4 h
action on two violations of temporary permit of mission to seek legal advice as opened except upon the That action by the
written of the school board resulted in
Bradford County zoning or Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Whidden, to whether the City of approval a
dinances was given at the Sr. for location of a mobile Keystone Heights should be plaintiffs Rue and-or Clarke. contempt of court charge PD POI, ADV Paid for by Jerry Thomai Campaign fund Rip
County Zoning Board home The superintendent and being filed against them for
meeting on property on Santa Fe required to obtain building
Tuesday night.Director Lake was revoked pending an permits for construction at the school board are further WSNWd -
L.M. Gaines said appeal by the Whiddens to the' Keystone Airport most of prohibited from responding to
inquiry with reference to -= &LII::
that a summons was being Board of County Com- Much is located in Bradford any e deacon
issued by the the employee's dismissal se e THURSDAY
County Judge's missioners for permission to County. Gaines said that no n.an.o. 1..w..t ,
office in the case against Dan continue occupancy of the permit was applied for or other than their letters of .. r l FRIDAY
Dodd, charged with non- mobile home. issued for the new airport resignation, and must agree "w"we _r.IVW.W l J'w.
conforming use of land zoned T.D. Whidden, Jr. appeared hangar, and that he had heard not to take any further steps .c....."
RIA (residential)) Paradise before against the two that would
on the board to protest rumors of additional con-
Lake. According to the in- revocation of the permit on struction at the airport. He adversely affect their SAVE 14% TO 411! OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICES CUT ON .
formation issued by the State behalf of his parents. He was said that unless permits were teaching certificates or any
Attorney's office, Dodd is informed that all lake front obtained: the Zoning Board future employment
using the residential property property in Bradford County would not have the right of relationship. .
for storage of miscellaneousnew is now zoned to exclude mobile entry to make building In- Attorney Wayne Carroll V .
and used homes said that Thursday's action by PWLat
building and was told that the spections.In
materials. If the summons is temporary permit was euo y i, i
served in time, Dodd will be granted to his parents on other action, the board Home Break-In
required to appear at the condition that they would approved application of Mr. *,
November 6 plea day. construct a conventional type and Mrs. Eddie Allen for Charged To Pair -
Gaines also reported that residence on the property. change of zoning on 78 acres -
attorneys had advised civil Whidden said his parents did off SK-325 south of Hampton LAKE BUTLER Two 1tCYL
court procedure in the case of not understand this condition, from EA to OK men, Jerry Lee Johnson, 21 I
David Martin for non- and said he would appeal to George Ricks was asked to and William Earl Ryder, 31, MYrS ,iii I I I
conforming use of property on !the County Commission and have been charged with E\\-
before the board to
Silver Lake. The board carry the case to court, if appear breaking and entering the \
discuss better of his
authorized the director to necessary. screening Home of Tommy Williams.The DRESS SLACKS A \
salvage yard US-301 North.
proceed with the civil suit. A six-months extension of a Gaines said he on had received two are alleged to have all..Y C1 I \ ill illWes" illY
C.L. Holloway representing temporary six-months permitwas complaints concerning the stolen a shotgun, rifle and *, tt Itr I
:1 .pD J
the Florida Power & LightCo. granted to Deborah pistol from the Williams ?
matter, and Ricks agreed to
., was given permission to I Henry for location of a mobile home. The property was \ '
advertise for rezoning seven home on the property of her cooperate.Pat recovered following an investigation OUR PRICE WAS J.W 0h \\I
acres adjoining the corny parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Farnsworth, present by Deputy Sheriff I'I I
pany's sub-station on Griffis Johns, on Crystal Lake. In chairman of the City Zoning Larry Cochran. \ Our lowest price eve '
Loop from OR (open rural) to voting for the extension Board was approved for The two men ,were : erl! Wonted fabrics styles, .,
BVV, permitting warehousingand several members advisedMrs. recommendation... to the arraigned before Bradford sfoyneat fashion I colors! OUR OUAl OUR '
storage. Holloway said Henry that the mobile County Commission to fill a County Judge Elzie Sanderson Sixes, 28-42. PRICE SAVE PRICE.m SAVE PRICE SAYE
d 22% WAS 14':
the company is planning home would have to be movedat vacancy on the County Board October 18 and released on I WAS 34": -W WAS AM _
future use of the property for the expiration of the second left by the resignation of E.W bond. $3,500 for Ryder and l MePAK
use as a service center and permit. I Hodges. $2,500 for Johnson. ?p OF 100 SWEET 'N LOW 4-ROLL PACK CHARMIN !&>/> GAL. GARBAGE CAN
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business, and better living interested friend to all their extremely adept in procuring We salute this creditable YARDS HI
Nowhere is this better customers merchandise that better suits firm for their contribution to f MEN'S STRETCH SOCKS PLANTERS COCKTAIL PEANUTS II" WIDE KWIK KOVER VINYL ws SAY/
exemplified than at Keystone This fine banking institution and satisfies your needs, yet the general welfare and Ban-Lon teitrolized nylon Finest quality peanuts vacuum > Self-sticks to smooth, dry ZLIO 2.N
State Bank in Keystone welcomes the accounts of costs less. economy of our area andLiving BOYS' COTTON TEE SHIRTS His favorite colors. 10-13 sealed. 12 ounce can surfaces. Colorful designs.
Heights, phone 473-4933. people whose business can within the family suggest that our readers shop 100V cotton in popular solid ,
The policies of this bank profit by sound banking budget is no problem when with them regularly. Open 7 colors.Taped neck.MLXL.
represent the soundest of connections. We highly) you trade here. days a week, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
banking and business prinrecommend this bank to all house hold essentials,

ciples. Each savings account our readers. CANNON' i "

is insured up to $20,000 by ABC Mobile Homes Inc.HAVE \ veII 1a

Fat Boy's BarbequeThe YOU BEEN around inside these mobile Bl LO MISSES'*WISE II f f TEMPEST II Moor vsv w

LOOKING for a mobile home homes at leisure and we are I BELLBOTTOMS PROPANEBoy.cut
seeker of good pit deliciously: barbequed meat to fit your family's needs, but sure you will fine new features cotton TORCH KIT
barbeque can find it at Fat with all the trimmings, youBoy's haven't been able to find just designed to add to your \ twills, with SAVt l.W
in Gainesville have a big treat in store for snap buttons.
comfortandconvenienee. You I
what want?
you Sanforized.Light .
with two locations 2700 N.E. you. Their menu includes real ABC Mobile Homes Inc. will find here the BEST J blue. a 1 WAS SAVIIi
Waldo Rd. and 3610 S.W. 13th old fashioned barbequed have the perfect mobile home MOBILE HOMES on today'sfor 6-16. I( 'ir M J2t' IIiiiII S2X
Street. Phone 3785161. They spare ribs beef, chicken, and you at 4545 N.W. 13th market at LOW, LOW
feature the finest of hot pit ham cooked fresh daily. In Street in Gainesville. Call PRICES. WOMEN'S FASHION BLOUSES CANNON BATH TOWELS UI Pita OF J SURGES BATTERIES
barbeque in their informal this TOWN AND COUNTRY Choice of several styles by Damask floral design' on cot. Contains 14.1 oz. *C' cell batteries for Hashlights -
We recommend
them for specifications and highly' Marlboro. Sus, 32-38. favorite colors. propane fuel,pro .
Lady ton
dining room where delicious REVIEW, we are glad to detailed information at 372mobile borne distributor for terryyour pane torch with radios games & toys.vSALTrlasllvls.LII
food and friendly, efficient recommend this dining place 8509. Their mobile homes are their fair and honest businessall / HAND TOWELS Ill fnallllJeringanll.clog, .
service makes dining out a to all our readers. Sonny built for practical economy dealings and suggest that you Weds orifice.
real pleasure. If you have not TillmanOwner.tried and outstanding value. select YOUR MOBILE HOME /tasAaat 1
one of their meals of You are welcome to look from their lot. You'll be glad SAW. 11%
you did!

McDuff Appliance Store

R & W Farm
than any other product EquipmentThis WAS jutS
The McDuff Appliance At this popular appliance I SPRAY I WIPEFORMULA
Store, located at 1121 North store you will also find well known firm Oliver & Long have stood the 40J
Main, in Gainesville, Phone courteous servicemen to located on Highway 121 In test for years. This equipment CLEANERAll
376-1296. features famous repair and service the elccbrands LaCrosse, Phone 462-2628 Is can be depended upon to give purpose
of appliances. tncal appliances of your the dealer for the popular the maximum service per .A{ : SAYS WAS 1AVWAS SAVI cleaner. Spray
The modern American urn 1.11 ill/ 1.N ..LIT LIIO anwlp.offna
choice Oliver and Long Farm dollar invested. .
housewife would be lost For all your needs in Equipment. Be sure you see We in this Town and LEATHER SHOE SALE MEN'S KEGS KNOCKAROUNOS MEN'S CONVERSE DECK SHOES rineingn.m.d.NPORT Big 1 qt. sl:.. DOW XJI.D... 4M BRAKE"FLUID
without her electrical apelectrical appliances, be sure this firm before you purchase Country Review issue, wish to Values la 135 a pair) Lace Glove-soft leather onfords & Non.slip soles. In white, For drum disc .and hydraulic
pliances. Our large volume to see the values at the MC. your farm equipment. They point out the fine reputation ups, boots, loafers. 7-12. step-ins.. White colors.7-12. some colors Sizes 7-12. braking systems. 12 II. ....
production makes all these Duff Appliance Store. They have had years of experience the R & W Farm Equipment
help mates available to us at carry the finest In their l h'ne at in furnishing just the right has built. They are noted for
prices we can afford. Of the the lowest possible machine for the job. square dealings and will stand
many things we can buy for a We, the writers 0 frices.1974 When you buy farm behind every purchase. Trade
home electrical appliances review are proud to recom- equipment you want to know with a firm you can dependthat 312 W. Madison Starke 9647513.o'
give us more pleasure and mend this reputable firm to you are getting machines upon. Larry Williamson and ,
assistance per dollar spent our readers. that will standup_ to the job. John Rails Owners.
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Pages TELEGRAPH October 31. 1971

I Hunt. Maps- Regulations- Distributed 7 Drivers Get Heavy Fines In Bradford Traffic CourtSeven

TALLAHASSEE Hunt all wildlife managementareas land, and West Palm Beach. heavy fines drivers and jail were hit by dition to the jail term Henley'schiver's Feagle, Homer Mosley speed were: Barbara Adams Donald Duane Elliot\ Sidney
maps and hunting regulations will\ also be distributed terms in license was revokedby Charles ,
sportsmen are advisedto Maps traffic court pleas Lynwood Barnes Britton $46, Francis Leon Dean Nordberg, George II.
applying to Florida Wildlife review and become from field offices located at Bradford County Court day in the Judge for a one year Henry Floyd Kilgore, were Hammer $36, Joseph Pekrul and John Lewis Inge.
Management Areas are now familiar with the special wild- DeFuniak Springs, Gainesville charges of driving while on period fined $150 each on DWI Heyward Stephenson $36, Thomas A. Butler, not
being distributed by the Game life management area rules. Vero Beach, Ft. lender- toxlca ted in William Clawgcs was given charges, placed on court Morris Carter$36, Otis Henry Identified as delivering
and Fresh Water Fish Commission Wildlife management area dale Eustis and Miami. County Judge Elzie Sanderson 30 days on a DWI charge and probation for six months, had Larisey $26, Mary Elizabeth carrier and Frederick E.
hunt maps are available from Dr. O E. Frye, Commission Jimmy Joe Wilkinson was their driver's license revoked Aiken $46, Philip Anthony Hayes for possession of
The hunt maps are not complete the Commission regional director, said, "We want to be sentenced Wednesday Calvin, October 23, sentenced to 10 days in jail. for 90 days and were assigned Basilice $36, Michael Warren alcoholic beverage on duty.
Henley to
topographical maps but offices located at Panama- sure that each hunter plan- term of 60 days in the a Wilkinson was also fined $500 to attend the DWI Counter Hull $46 John Rubin Clifton Three defendants entered
do provide a basic guide to the City, Lake City, Ocala, Lake- ning a trip to a wildlife jail on DWI charges. county In ad on the charge. Attack School. $36, David W Harrington $36, pleas of not guilty to unlawful
drivers Donald
individual areas.Major roads, management area has a copy Four David Being fined for unlawful Prlscilla Ann Jackson $36 speed charges: Lauren

access points, boundaries and of the map and regulations for --" ''' ''' '''' Samuel McNeal, Jr. $36, FrdWilliam ;; Freeman Thomas, Carrie W.
landmarks are illustrated It may be tha men are not that particular area On the Ditter $36, (sentence Robinson and Charles Edward
The hunt map will\ serve to equal in all respects, but other hand, we discourage suspended),Dred Lee Holmes Johnston. Their cases were
assist sportsmen in becoming they are all equally men. sportsmen from requesting< i iJ" $26, Dennis Ray Canup $26, transferred to the nonjurytrial
familiar with new hunting Hueft Galtskell quoted copies of all the maps due to ,, ', Donald Frederick Hanks $36, calendar. ,
areas. by Geoffrey McDermott, in postal charges." i )\' ':, Samuel McNeal $46 Stanley 20 traffic violators failed to
Leader Lost A .'
In addition Biography '
to the the He added, "The used '
map money ; / William Leslie to their
of Hugh GaitskeU (Vertex) ( Grayson $36 appear in answer !
brochure outlines regulation! for postage is from the sale of -t\"t-":; ,',;' Best $26 Linda Darlene Lee summonese.
applying to the area. Most hunting and fishing licenses, : ', '
","I ))1 $36, (sentence suspended),
wildlife management areas and the need for conservation \ .,;',. Thomas Walker $50,
always Henry
have special hunting rules and look funds is too to be wastedfor ,
greener in the other fellow's great "".':; GAvin Hamoud Mahmoud $75. Deer BookAvailable
special seasons. While general wallet mailing hunt maps that 'I '. .. Fined on other traffic
hunting regulations apply to Quoted in Ties may never be used." 1 ryr. :" violations were: Irvin Taylor

II 1' ) Young $51, for failure to have
r.. t ,... vehicle under control; Judy
GORDON' Edwards Hooker, $36, for
careless driving; Annette To HuntersTALLAHASSEE
Johnson DeSue, $36, for
AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING running a stop sign. The
; P John Wesley Pless,$15 court keyto
COMM. REFRIGERATIONYORK .. I costs, for no valid driver's successful hunting is often
measured by persistence and
license; Phillip William
,',', .' ,
,, knowledge of wildlife.
I McNish for careless
{ $36,
; ika ".)"I!: ; The Game and Fresh Water
driving; Michael Edward
I Sherman, $36, for careless Fish Commission cannot helpa
Cooling, Heating and Ice Machines nicr. driving, (sentence suspen- sportsman become wildlife persistent -
but the state
ded); Beverly Ann Westfall,
.", I"f $15 court costs, for no valid agency can aid in the area of1
YORK has a complete line of ice machines from driver's license. improving the knowledge and
a 251b :
:' : James Dennis Taylor, $250, understanding of wildlife.
home machine to ;; Dr. O. E. Frye, Commission
a 2,200 Lb. per 24 hr. commercial for wilful and wanton reckless
.: driving.Forfeiting. directors, said, "Serious deer
machine, cubed or crushed ice, your choice "" bonds for hunters and students of wild-

';" unlawful speed were: Sher- life should have a copy of the

TRY THE BEST WE SERVICE ALL EQUIPMENTPHONE y ,y man Henry Dewitt Marchant Newman, William George 240-page TAILED book DEER'THE WHITE-IN

Ronald Dennis Fay FLORIDA' in their reference
473-4777 Civil Defense Director Jerry Thompson and secretary Harriet Bryan look through articles Wilhelm Sapp, Simmie Andrew library."
sent to Bradford County for the Head Start Program and security supplies. Williams, Willie James He added, "There are no
Af\f\mt. .fti>nitnrf.. .etsii0a;. ;.In.. t..K.*
Robinson i Conrad !Hayes u .u. .s W'
book and the chapters are
Newarl .Jr. iiienn r; nnner
U.S.301 Starke Fla. William Harold Clemons, concerned with subjects suchas
November Wayne Foster Dunham, food habits diseases and
Josephine ,Anderson parasites, range and physical
VA. Wilkinson. characteristics, and deer herd
C m
& DOC 1I6' "
: 1 Susan Lane Fuqua, Darrell dynamics.
z: Thomas Colestock, Swight The book was authored by
[ ]( Jffi
J Laverne Philman, Roy David R. F. Harlow and F. K. Jones,
.SHOPPING I Sanderford, Morris Irving former wildlife biologists with
M. Howard, Billy Ladson, Willie the Commission and while the
R Skinner. text is the result of extensive
family centerCENTER Clifton Forrest McNully biological research, the copyis
tIff Douglas Weldon Firestone, presented in a manner thatis
William Toundas, James both informative and easyto

Open 9 To 8 Mon, Tues, Wed. 9 To 9 Thurs Fri, Sat. 12 To 6 Sunday Robert Cogbill, Eddie J. read.
Mincey, Clyde William Single copies of the book
Harris, David Carl Story. may be obtained by writing
r Decorative STENCILS James Donald Wilson, Carl Game and Fresh Water Fish
Edison Clark, George N. Commission. Information and

!I FELT 24 Desig ns. For 1k 't'-; 4'1 Grant Hoffman, ,Roy Jerome Nathon Francis Hoffler, Tallahassee.Education Florida Division 32304.

use on windows, 5 Jr., Billie Nasco Ellis, Larry
,,. Wilson
mirrors,tiles. Fowler.
xi Beef Saves
PIECES Pkg. James Harlen Luther, Baby
Michael Steven Askowitz,
Carl Sircy Manning, Warren On Food Dollar
STEMS Jonathan Fordham, Alton
9" x 12" Pieces. yourselfCHENILLE {t Willie Fleming.
colors. Great for da-it- Forfeiting bonds on other GAINESVILLE If you'dlike
to eat beef but
gifts! 12" Long. 24 Per (4.box. (4. traffic charges were: to, more baby beef may can'tafford be
Frederick King, for careless
Assorted colors. 49 the answer, says Dr. Tony
James Dennis
4 Cunha chairman of the
Bryant,for no valid inspection
Pkg.ELMER'S certificate and Vassar C. Animal Science Department.
Institute of Food and
Peckham, for valid
19 no
driver's license.Dispositions Agricultural Sciences,
GLUEALLStrong University of Florida

Each: of cases on Baby beef was:. once quite
traffic plea day held Oct. 9 popular in the supermarket.
quick setting. but in the trend
iir were as follows: recent years
,.. 4 Oz squeeze bottle. 3 7! 111 has been toward choice heavy
Fined for speeding offenses beef. However the high cost
DF"QRA SONS were: Virginia W Bradley, of feed grains has caused the
3 .III* $36, Hill L. Thomas $36, price of fat animals to jump
Wesley Delane Willmgham while young calves coming otf
$26, John Edward Rowland, have sold for
STYROFOAM BALLS ," 1H-j GLITTER :fwE: $loo. siderably pastures less, Dr. Cunha con-

Camille Gassett Whitaker, points out.What .

i1' _._ ::-:......... $36, Henry Lee Davis, $26, are the basic dif-
3/4 Oz. vial. Solid --..: ._- Leroy Hankerson $36. DelmaS. ferences in the two types of
or multi-color Per. 3 9't' Jackson, $36, Richard beef
W y fect for decorating Allison Smith, $36, Isaac W. The major factor is that
6 Per package. Start now on packages and toysl! Each Hampton, $36 there is less marbling -
Christmas and ornaments. t4 William Baker,
gifts Jennings flecks of fat in the lean
93 r $36 Charles Floyd Hodge $50, portion of the meat. This
Pkg.POINSETTIAS Julian Edwin DeSue, $36. means that loin steaks from
T.G.&Y. LOW PRICE Fined on other traffic baby beef do not lend them-
r charges were: John Mitchell selves to broiling as well as
I Brown, $36, failure to have those from heavy beef. But for
17 In. long With; 1 ct vehicle under control; all other methods of cooking,
IN. STYROFOAM BALLS teal, 19 Preston Lee Williams, $15, young beef is excellent.
\-4 court costs for no valid
Each driver's license; Phillip Consumers should look for
Steven Futch $36, failure to baby beef in the supermarket
Use your imagination to decorate your home! 35 HOLLY PICKS Johnny Slicer Andrews. $15, Florida with baby beef ir:
Hundreds of usesl! court costs for no valid inspection cooperation with some of the
meat and
certificate; Leon packers retail

EACH 8 In. long. Italian and 112 f ., Hozie Bright, $26 for parkingon stores. The reception by
't' highway; Charles Patrick Floridians to baby beef has
In English! holly with 15 Sapp,$36 for violation of right- been excellent. The beef has
berries. sDE of-way, been purchased quickly and
CORAi ONS y Each Richard Allison Smith$15 the retail store owners have

STYROFOAM BALLS : court costs for no valid been happy with the project.
: driver's license; J.C. Bryant, Baby beef sells from 20 to 50
r $250 for DWI and placed on cents a pound less than choice

9 Per package Ideal size for trees, doors, windows, 3J ,; court probation for one year; beef, depending on the cut and
and y. Ruby Waldron$36 for no valid weight of the animal
centerpieces 11,1,1.
8 In. long Short ". driver's license. marketed.

A needle pine with 15 't' M Irs: s Forfeiting bonds for The baby beef project in
cone. ,.. unlawful speed were: Artice Florida is a good one and will\
"L+ "Z' Calvin Hartley,Clinton Edwin help dispose of the large
SHOP T.G.&Y. Each .. Waltrlp, Vincent Francis number of young calves
8 711- : DeSalvo, Kenneth Lee Car- available, which the feed lots
AND SAVE PCMNSETTIA PICKS michael, Tom Marks, Jr. are not buying because of high
1 Hiram Wave Bennett,Terry grain prices. Cattlemen are
t, Alan Gaines, Dennis Ray pleased with the project
Asbell, Jerry Donald Warren, because it allows them to
Deborah Jean Bleasdale, DonE. dispose of calves for which
9 In. long Red 10 Grantham, Terrie Brad- there is a poor market at the
GULFWAX PARAFFIN flower, green I leaf, shaw Caster. present time, Dr. Cunha says.

Each Martin M. Lupario, Robert Consumer reaction has also
Craig March, Mary R. Nor- been good because it gives
man, Dominick D. Cimei, consumers an opportunity to
f a*_** nJF.. ir.fsir" SPRAY PAINT .,",, (' ','I., Johnny Dan Gentry Ormen buy beef at a lower price and

/ .. .-.=.- ... .. ..=.II. ) Vart. J Owen Annis,Toni Denise Witt. at a lower cost per steak,
"" '' ..' .. which is
'er" yr.f: Many household uses. Ideal for .. Vito DiTommaso, Thomas appealing to many

canning and candle making. Get 9 Oz. w GlUEoC ( V. Poveromo, Raymond S. consumers.

Csauleaslewls w uX' fstarthed on Christmas candles color only.aerosol I Gold 89 S qt'rotl and Martin Charles, Wilma Morris.Wilson Perdue

T. or gifts.Lb., 1 box. Forfeiting bonds on other

-C Gult e Each GOLO traffic violations were: Billy
James Reid for
careless IJH Telpp
V GLUE driving; John R. Over and rllt
NA UMIM' ,UHOUMMIM 1so MMY OTHH UIHttma f John Harvey Clifford for no ,
mm' .it a.iui i .m ,. valid Florida Cab Card; I
4711SPRAY and /> == ,'" Ronald George Hartman and f Ihllil"Abet
Oz. 7 9 V/ I ... .,. ... .....:;;;.,. .authority.-:Roger.CarUoiv:? ? ::..Taylor" for. no

-rseeK.r There were nine forfeitures
Each for no registered authority by: the only business
Harold M. Langford, Albert that makes money without
Frederick Wood Clem J. promotion U the mint.
Adams Jr. Michael Ray
Frye, Ronal Edward Pockat.


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Josephine Fontaine'


At least three of the Farm / *W FULL CUT Wily
Members reportedthat
Bureau : '
they did not receive their
letters of the annual membership 70
meeting, until October La 41
21. The meeting was 1'' "1

held the RECREATION 19th. .. ., ROUND ILL

The Hampton Senior '.
Citizens Pot Luck Supper will f ?
be held on the regular meeting ,,
night, Nov. 1, at 6:30: p.m., in
the Senior Citizens room at the STEAK

Old School House. '. Lii

This being Halloween and
the children will be out for
trick or treat,be sure you turn t u11
your porch lights on and let OFF yF3yy0tCOVERED
the children Know you will COUP ONWORTHT1ItIM 39 BEEF PEOP
receive them with a treat. THIS ,O.
Austria \
Quantity RightsReserved
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine
rented a stand at the Flea 1FW IOvVALUE
Market in Gainesville last N EOA COPYRIGHT
Sunday. They enjoyed ST : ,
showing and selling their tl yJ .: D
wares as well as shopping at
the other stands. tt- LB. PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 31 THRU WED. NOV. 6
Mrs. Sarah Taylor spent
Monday evening with Mr. and
W. Fontaine.
Gene Taylor was a visitor

last Masonic Monday Lodge evening in Starke.at the GROUND BEEF'i= CHUCK ROAST TOMATOESSAVE

Crescent Mr. and Mrs.City W.spent Schaub the of j

weekend with Mr.and Mrs. W.
Fontaine and attended the
Flea Market with them in $ 99 SAVE $
Gainesville. I $ soc
1 0
SAVE NO.Ett 20c
The school rooms and hallsof fUQE 1 ."lt"+ : ":1 16.0
Hampton ElementarySchool 40C LB. U. S. CHOICE
look very much like BAG L8. CANS

Halloween. Many students are Limit 6 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
even appearing with masks

days.forward Students to the are party looking being CHUCK ROASTMILD

Senior planned Citizens for them Club by the and local the HAM COCKTAILSAVE

City Council on Wednesday
evening. Many of them will
also attend the Southside SAVE SAVE $
Elementary Carnival on 56'
Halloween night in Starke's
Westside Park. 31c u8 11cLa.
Y I.eY.NMIrt DtO
PTA parents are already LB.
-- U. S.. CHOICE
making plans for a Spring 16-OZ.
Festival which will be a new
attraction for this area. Any
parents interested in assistingwith Limit 4 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
these plans are urged to
contact Tom Casey, our school SAVE 2le FRESH (RIB HALF OR WHOLE) SAVE 6c THRIFTY MAID
$ "
principal.Rick Ezzell. Chuck Steak LB.98C . lB. 2 Pork Loin . lB.98c Tomato Juice 2 CANS' $100SAVE
education instructor is TASTY (TWELVE 4'ot. SIZE) SAVE lOc THRIFTY MAID

anxious and to begin plans competitive to organize Meat Stew . LB. $139 1 Steak .. LB. $198 Beef Patties 3 pBG.. $199 Pork & Beans. 5 CANS $1 loo
sports .

Parents their are children urged to to instruct be T-Bone Steak LB. $1 P9) Ground. Beef 10 P%. $699 Smoked Ham LB.78c Spaghetti 5 as $1
fitness academic program program as well in as the the Round Steak FORLB: $189 Hindquarter LB.98c Smoked Ham LB.88c Green Limas 5 CANS IS o., $1 1

Graders Mrs. Carole have been Shield's studyingall Sixth Beef Loin . LB. $159 Tip Roast. B.ON.ll.: !S! LB. $179 Peaches . 2 CANS' $100 Vegetables 5 CANS' $100
about various methods of
communication. On Fridaythis

Bradford County Telegraphand 14-o. CANS CUT SAVI 1 7< 16-ot. CANS WHOLI OR Sll.
further Radio Station enrich WPXE their to BEEF GREEN BEANS IRISH POTATOES JUICE

knowledge along this line.


SAVE 29' $ 00 tAnfrq tnrlnlf( Zp '\ 6

12-ox.CAN FaA 4 FOR $1 I'. CANS 6.0& 99



lava 1I< 16-o'. CANS 12_.. BOTTLIS .

"A another Johns About careless person This act Question to can lose cause:his CRANBERRY 3 SAUCE $1 CATSUP \ t ='' \ 7 NMis 20 POUND BAG 9 9t SAVE 24.0&PKG.20c. 6 9 ...... MINCI COCONUT PIACH APPLI CHIBRY PUMPKIN

sight..his masculinity..andresult L
in a law suit for

usual $10,000 personal Sliced Carrots 5 CANS 1 IOh o.. $100 '
Tomato Soup 7CRACKIN' CANS Corn 10 EARS 99C Party Pizza . 'As $259
liability policy is no longer THRIFTY MAID

E.adequate.Johns Agency Can the increase Charley Potted Meat. 6 &s $1 Saltines GOOD . 2 .-. $100 RED Apples DELICIOUS . 4 ego 89C SUPERBRAND Ice Cream SANDWICH . ''AS!. $119
my ComprehensivePersonal CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTERPastries ((5-IB BAG 5ge) POLY BAG
Liability to Tomato Sauce 6 &s. $1 1 10-0.. LB LB
2 $100 1 Yellow Onions 3 39c French Fries .5 $139SAVE
$100,000..even $1,000,000for 32 THRIFTY MAID MUSHROOM. CHICKEN RICE . PKGS. BAG BAG

premium .Soup . . 6 10'12'0.CANS. $100 Bread . 2 LOAVES 24'0.. 88C Pot Pies . 3 PKGS.B.0.. $100 . "CUP'". 59C


Charley 7 & .. $100 1 Cluster Rolls 3 PKGS.10.... $1 Pot Pies . 3 As. $1 Cut Corn . IB.o&BAG. 63C
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t 4JAI
IA= '
t.r Chek Drinks Coff. ShorteningGOOD Saltines Ham
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Page 10 tELEGRAPH October 31. 1971

I Thomas Seeks Demo X's Here During Askews 4 year term, ,

Interest in his campaign for the Governor's
income tax that had campaign and
Ex-Democrat Jerry come up short on their construction been porate passed on to the said that at some of his chair was arranged by supporters addedto
Thomas, seeking some the speaking engagements the as a joint effort in 30,000 new employees were
customers by utility
Thomas asked his listenersto
democratic X's as the Bradford and Union countiesand
and other
I to what press media were
companies, contrary
Republican standard bearer remember that everytime Askew had led the to not even represented, forcing was scheduled from 6:30: State !
people the
they paid their light bill! they payroll
in his race for Governor, flew believe when proposing the l him to conduct a state-wide to9:30: p.m at the Starke Golf
into the Keystone Airport lateTuesday were also paying the cor- income tax. word of mouth personal and Country Club.

-..-.- --_. .._ Tomas blasted the sad contact campaign. He termedthe The Governor's race will be '
state of affairs in the lack of news coverage "a decided Tuesday, November !I When Reubln Askew asked for your vote, he
educational system of the black out." 5, between the incumbent promised to reduce Government. He got your vote
I state and said the lack of lie promised that Iit electedhis Democratic nominee seekinga and you got another broken promise 30,000new
l administration would be second term, Reubin O.
discipline was the underlyingcause. State !
: conducted on an open door Askew, whose running mate employees _
"People will think I'm the policy at all times, contrary to for the post of Lieutenant
__ commissioner of education.fm the present administration's Governor Is J.H. "Jim"
closed door operation.Thanning Williams.
to put discipline
Opposing the incumbent on ELECT JERRY THOMAS A MAN WHO WILL
back in the classrooms. The the crowd,
I kind of discipline we had whenI Thomas asked that his the Republican side of the ELIMINATE NON-ESSENTIAL STATE JOBS
was going to school." message be passed along to ticket, is former Democrat
Thomas also charged a the people.Tuesday's. Jerry Thomas, with running
number of the state's larger political mate Mike Thompson for
newspapers with a lack of reception for Thomas's Lieutenant Governor. tf ,


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candidate Jerry
Well wishers crowd around gubernatorial Governor can afford
Thomas at a reception at the Starke Golf and Country Club STARTERS SHOCKS a you
at the Thomas shindig made no bones PH. 964-5677 ELECTRICAl. / 'i' 11.., <<:r. '
Monday night Many GENERATORS *'\L At <,;: ,i,
about supporting Thomas, others said they were there to ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS vfi'"' ::!'i x'":; '. / ,, ,
evaluate the jus.Hurned-Republic.an candidate PD. POL. ADV Paid lot by J.rry Thomas C"np.ign fund Rip. f 4. ; ,

evening t were "e -
was joined by a motorcadeand
police escort who accompanied -
Thomas and his
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Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 _




5, 1974 ,

Calling himself a con SAMPLE
stitutional conservative,
.lorry Thomas evokes tight
fusU-d sincerity during a brief BALLOT
speech here :Monday night in '

his bid for the gox-rnership. ..

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Country Club for a reception ': : ark!: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA .... w't I .'. Ihl
provided by supporters in ...
Bradford Clay and Union PRECINCT NONOVEMBER.
counties. SAMPLETo
With time running out 5, 1974
before the November 5
General Election, campaigner

Thomas made at the whirlwind club vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for
and stop-over spoke for country about 30 whom you desire to vote. To vote for a write-in candidate write his name in the blank space provided for that purpose.

minutes to an assembled

crowd estimated at 150 before CONGRESSIONAL cle XII of the State Constitution to: Continue the State Constitution to permit the judicial
to Jacksonville for
another speaking engagementin United States Senator Commissioner of Education today's school construction program at area qualifications commission to investigate and

his race for governor. (Vote for One) (Vote for One) vocational-technical centers,community colleges recommend to the supreme court the removal
In requesting local support and universities, and extend the proor reprimand of any justice or judge whose
Thomas promised a powerful RICHARD (DICK) STONE (Dem) RALPH D. TURUNGTON (Dem) gram to include the K-12 public schools, supconduct, during term of office or otherwise
T-n-T administration if
ported by bonds payable from the occurring on or after November 1,1966,demonstrates -
elected, with the power JACK ECKERD (Rep) CARL M. KU'ITLER, JR. (Rep) gross
unfitness to hold office
coming from Thomas, Jerry, receipts taxes, pledging the full faith and a present
as. Governor and Thompson, JOHN GRADY (Amer) credit of the State. or warrants a reprimand, to provide a procedure -
Mike, as Lieutenant Governor for the removal of members, to permit
FOR the commission to adopt rules regulating its
Terming himself a con B which rules be
stitutional conservative, AGAINST proceedings may repealed byCommissioner
Thomas stressed repeatedlythat general law enacted by majority vote of the
he believes in a strict of Agriculture. membership of each house of the legislature,
interpretation of the state's (Vote for One) NO. 2CONSTITUTIONAL or by the supreme court five justices concur-
Constitution. lie said, for STATE AMENDMENT ring to require all proceedings before thecommission
instance, that the Askew
DOYLE CONNER administration is interpretingthe Governor and Lieutenant Governor ARTICLE XII, SECTION 9 to be confidential I until: a recommendation -
law as it sees fit. The is filed by the commission or unless -
(Vote for Group) WEBB ( )
governor is more concernedwith An amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the supreme court suspends a justice or
the rights of the criminalthat REUBIN O'D. ASKEW the State Constitution to: 1.Extend the life of judge as recommended by a vote of seven

Thomas in harged seeing justice done, for Governor (Dem) the "second gas tax" to January 1, 2025. 2. members of the commission concurring, then

lie also named himself a J. H. "JIM" WILLIAMS Extend the purposes for which bonds may be all proceedings shall be public, further per
fiscal conservative. Thomas for Lieutenant Governor issued and revenues may be used to all transmitting commission access to all information -

said the state budget has JERRY THOMAS Commissioner Florida Public portation facilities. 3. Permit the bonds to be from all executive, legislative, and judicial -
doubled in the past four years for Governor (Rept secured by tolls portions of the "second gas agencies, and requiring the commission
and no one "in this room Service Commission Group 2
tonight can claim he is getting MIKE THOMPSON tax", and any other legally available revto make available information for use in consideration -
for Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One)
twice as much service from enues. of impeachment or suspension
the state." when requested by the speaker of the house of
Thomas took a few potent "BILL" (Dem) FOR
representatives or the governor, respec
jibs at the corporate Income B
tax. forced busing of school NOEL R. BACON (Rep) AGAINST tively. Also provides for appointment of a

children the rapid increase in new commission.
Honda's crime rate, "the
ndiculous state of affairs" in NO. 3CONSTITUTIONAL FOR
the administration of criminal Secretary of State AMENDMENT B
justice in the state and state (Vote for One) AGAINST
finances which he said has ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 1
doubled in the last four years. BRUCE A. SMATHERS "In this day and time someof LEGISLATIVE Change the name of the office of"Tax Asses NO. 6CONSTITUTIONAL

our juries are locked up in JAMES A. SEBESTA (Rep) State Senator sor" to "Property Appraiser". AMENDMENT
the jury room for longer
periods of time than the 6 Senatorial District FOR ARTICLE VII, SECTION 10

criminals they are trying (Vote for One) B
spend in jail," Thomas said. AGAINST Authorizes a municipality, county, special

Hitting failed hard to at attorneyswho and KENNETH H. MacKAY. JR. prosecute
who joint owner of, giving or lending or using its
Judges turned hardened Comptroller NO. 4CONSTITUTIONAL
criminals loose on the streets taxing power or credit for the joint owner-
after conviction Thomas said (Vote for One) AMENDMENT ship, construction and operation electrical

,: that if elected he wants ARTICLE IV SECTION 9 generating transmission
energy or facilities
Florida to be known as a law GERALD (JERRY) LEWIS (Dem) ,
i with any corporation association, partnerW. -
and order state with a law and
order governor. H. MUNTZING (Rep) The Resolution! makes the appointment? of ship or person.
He chided the Askew ad- game commission members subject to senate
ministration with being approval; provides that the commission's FOR

bogged down in bureaucracy personnel,purchasing and budgetAGAINST B
in not facilities providing adequate PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO planning be provided by law; and,
prison sorely needed THE legislature funds to the
today. He said that monies CONSTITUTION OF THE may appropriate
f had been appropriated by the State Treasurer STATE OF FLORIDA commission. NO. 7CONSTITUTIONAL
state legislature while he was (Vote for One) AMENDMENT
president of the senate for Mark a Cross (X) Mark in the square at the FOR

,I additional prison facilities but THOMAS D. O'MALLEY (Oem) right FOR the Amendment or AGAINST the B ARTICLE I, SECTION 2 ,
the Askew administration had Amendment.

............................. JEFFREY L LATHAM (Rep) NO.1.be The discriminated resolution gains that no person physi shall

NO. 5 cal handicap. '
If would be far easier to CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
lose weight permanently if CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT FOR
replacement parts weren'tso ARTICLE V, SECTION 12 B
handy in the refrigerator. AGAINST
,, News Hugo SentIr.If Allen' In Knonvlll Proposes an amendment to Section 9 of Arti An amendment to section 12 of Article V of ---- -- .

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October:31,1974 TELEGRAPH Page II

Point of view

County Agents ,
By .)
Bobby' ;,
All Seven notebook

Amendments TO Taylor {


Deserve .,)

ApprovalUnless For the first time since I have been in Bardford County, I.
there will probably not be a pecan auction this year.

voters in next Tuesday's General the implication that assessors actually assess 0 After riding and looking, calling and asking, there just !;
Election approve Constitutional Amendment taxes. They are responsible only for setting a aren't any pecans to speak of to be found in our area. Bob .
No. 1, the bonding program by which Florida value on each piece of property in the county, Allen our Starke-Bradford County market manager and I ,
has built. $284 million worth of universitiescommunity while governing bodies of the counties and discussed the auction prospects and decided that a survey I
colleges and vocational technical their municipalities actually set the millage should be taken to see if there was anyone with pecans that "
centers in recent years will come to a halt for taxes. would need an auction. About 40 of over a hundred surveys '
next June. were returned and not one indicated that they had pecans.I .

Since this change would more nearly Tuesday
This amendment which is one of seven describe the actual duties of the courty tax don't have a direct answer as to why we don't have
that will appear on the ballot, would continue assessors an affirmative vote on No.. 3 is pecans this year. However there are several things that
for twenty more years the authority for the recommended have an effect on pecan production even with good
state to sell bonds backed by the utilities L\-\; Nov. HULI\T'//J management practices. Pecans have a tendency to alternate
gross receipts tax to build higher education No Makes the appointment of Game bearing. This means that the tree will produce nuts only
facilities. It would also, for the first time .4 Commission members subject to every two or three years. Secondly, weather has a lot to do
extend the program! include construction oi Senate approval; provides that the with the size and quality of the pecan crop.
public school facilities, from kindergarten Commission's personnel purchasing and
through twelfth grade. budgeting functions shall be provided by law; I 5 You might recall that we had a fairly heavy crop last year
and that the legislature may appropriate which indicated that our crop would be smaller this year.
This and all other proposed amendmentswere funds to the Commission. Many trees did not bloom,or try to set pecans this year. Also,
endorsed by Kenneth H. (Buddy) our weather conditions have been unusual and unfavorable
MacKay, Jr., a former State Representative Although the Commission is partially for pecans this year. Warm or mild weather preceding hard
and now a candidate for State Senate from supported by revenue from the sale of freezes in January and February seemed to shock trees and

our club.district During, in his a recent tenure: talk as Representative at a local civic, also licenses requires for fishing appropriations and hunting(currently, its budget about ........ ................................................... .. .................................. could prevent have setting affected of a pollination crop. Then on early some rains of the in trees.April and May

Mr. MacKay was cited on several occasionsfor $2,400,000 per year) from the State's general
his outstanding leadership and "most funds. Therefore there is a growing You might ask whether or not pecan production can be a
valuable service." In his speech here, he legislative opinion that management of the Letters profitable venture. I think so, especially if a good
deplored the fact that many voters do not Commission should be in conformity with the to the Editor. management program is followed, and you can live with the
acquaint themselves with the amendmentsprior general planning and budgeting practices of lean years like 1974. This management involves supplying
to election day, and therefore either the State. The adoption of this amendment is the trees with water and fertilizer and protecting them irom
vote against them all, regardless of their recommendedN insects, diseases, and competition from other plants and
merit or do not vote on them at all. HOSPITAL STAFF AND victims were picked up by the rescue unit arrived on the weeds. Even though pecans are alternate bearers, we cannot
- c Would enlarge the jurisdiction of RESCUT UNIT Rescue Unit 60 and brought to scene until they were use good management every other year and expect healthy
In an effort to correct this situation and O. 9 the Judicial Qualifications Commis- PRAISED BY M.D. the Bradford County Hospital delivered to us here in Jack- and productive trees.
shed some light on the seven proposals to sion in dealing with the investigationof where they were seen by Dr. sonville was in my opinion,
appear on next Tuesday's ballot, The charges concerning judges and justices.The The following letter from Raymond Hesse and later flawless and represented a Best way to start a management program is take a soil
Telegraph offers the following summary: Dr. James W. Walker, of transferred to St. Vincent's marvelous display of both sample from the grove to determine the lime and fertilizer
Judicial Qualifications Commissionwas Jacksonville has been Hospital here in Jacksonville.The skillful preparation and requirements to supply the nutrients for the tree and the
An amendment to continue the pre- established under authority of Article.V received by the administrator purpose of this letter is sincere dedication in carrying pecans. Usually one to two pounds of a complete fertilizer
No* 1 I sent school construction program (judicial reform amendment) adopted by the of Bradford County Hospital: to express my gratitude to all out their responsibilities. The such as 10-10-10( per circumference inch to each tree will
applying to community colleges, voters in a special general election on March those persons on your staff prompt attention by Dr. Hesse satisfy these requirements. This fertilizer is usually applied
universities, and vocational-technical centers 1,1972. In the two years since the Commission Dear Sir: who were involved in the and members of the emer- broadcast under the tree in early February.One .
,and widen the program to include public has been operating, certain problems have On the night of September management of Jim and gency room staff along with
school facilities from kindergarten through arisen including a Supreme Court decision 27th my son and daughterinlaw Debbie, and to the emergency the x-ray, laboratory, and the of the most important and the most difficult practices
twelfth grade. earlier this year that a judge could not be along with a friend, were medical technicians on Unit 60 nursing care given to them is to control insects and diseases. This usually requires seven
disciplined for misconduct occuring in prior involved in a very serious who skillfully managed these while they were in the emer- or eight sprayings starting when the leaves are half grown
The program referred to is the one approved term of office except in case of a felony. automobile accident just very seriously injured per gency room, is certainly to be and continuing on a two to three interval until September
by Florida voters in 1963 when they south of Starke. The wreck sons. The care from the time commended and a credit to Equipment costs to get adequate coverage of the pesticides is

voted two-to-one Amendment for the which Higher Education The, would proposed change under amendmentNo. .......................................................... .. ... your institution. the limiting factor in a pest control program.I .
Building earmarked permit investigation of offensesby *
revenues from the gross receipts tax (paid by judges prior to the present term of office I would particularly like to have suggested to several growers that they should
utility companies) for a 50-year period to dating back to Nov. 1, 1966. It would also give Asketv- Williams Stone single out the registered nurse consider purchasing spray equipment and start a custom
retire construction bonds. The cut-off date for the Judicial Qualifications Commission the who volunteered her time to spraying operation. Another possibility is two or more pecan
issuing bonds under this authority was June right to recommend to the Supreme Court the assist the rescue unit personnel growers getting together to buy equipment and working up a
30 1969. but Florida voters later approved, temporary suspension of a judge. Endorsed By lax Daily St. Vincent's in bringing the patients If to fair schedule of use of the equipment during the spraying
again by a 2-1 margin an extension of the Hospital. my season.
bonding authority until June 30, 1975. Since This amendment has the unanimous memory serves me correct
approval of the Florida Bar Gov, Reubin Askew Education she was a Mrs. Blom. Her con- There are additional things that must be considered
this time is about up, the 1974 Legislature Board of and his Ralph Turlington, as w e
overwhelmingly approved the proposed Governors, and its adoption is likewise running-mate former Senator Commissioner of Agriculture tribution of service in coming strive to get annual production from our pecan trees I Having
amendment to continue this bonding recommended by The Telegraph. Jim Williams, of Ocala have Doyle Conner and Public with Jim and Debbie to Jack- a good crop of pecans during the"off" season might be worth
authority for another 12 years, and widen its been endorsed by the Florida Service CommissionerWilliam sonville after having worked a the extra effort needed to achieve this goal.
scope by including construction and Permits the pledging of the taxing Times-Union as the best team Bevis.Regarding shift is certainly commen-
renovation of K-12 buildings.The N0.6 power of cities, counties, or special to head Florida's Government dable, and reflects that high
utility districts for expansion or during the next four years.In Turlington, the quality of dedication to the
need for such an extension of time construction of electric energy generating or T-U said: "He has shown nursing profession for which HOME NOTESFROM
and inclusion of K-12 facilities is obvious. transmission facilities including facilities reaching its conclusion during his brief tenure in the your institution and the
Florida is now the fastest growing state in the shared with private enterprise. Thus, the Times-Union which commissioner's office that he nursing profession can be YOUR EXTENSION HOME W
nation. Our population tripled from 2.8 municipal electric systems could participatewith maintains an independentstance has a grasp of educational justly proud. In this day and ra'
million to 6.8 million in the two decades from investor-owned utilities the financingand in endorsing political problems and is already age of a casual and indifferent ECONOMICS AGENT
1950 to 1970 and is expected to reach 10 ownership of electric. power plants .and candidates said: moving toward some attitude which often creeps J.. J
into our profession, it is ?
transmission lines. significant reforms not the
million by 1985. J ft .
"The team of Askew and least among them being refreshing to run across suchan BY_ KATHY BROWN .Ra

By 1978-79 our educational system must At the present time, the Florida Con- Williams seems to us best reduction of both bureaucracy individual who is content
suited to lead
the state. We and satisfied with doing her
in the office and the
provide new buildings for more than 400,000 stitution prohibits publicly-owned utilities didn't paperwork assures of good result.-
Askew you
when well
he and
support job is not reluctantto
from in that STRKEII'ERS MEET
additional besides and participating join ownership this bureaucracy
students remodeling when marmalade
four making a or
ran years ago but in the volunteer that extra
facilities. kind, and also prohibits the pledge of tax demands from teachers and
replacing obsolete without
revenues for bond issues except when votedon interim he has convinced us school officials at the local measure which is often so Fourteen girls attended the jelly pectin.
that he can be a good level.Conner's. very important in delivering .neeting and selected projects You can also use a sheet test
by the people. amendment would
and of the
The continuation expansion in the
health Simply dip a spoon
governor.( care. when the Starke Girls 4-H
public education building program will permit cities, counties, and special utility boiling syrup. As the boiling
endorsement said Club met October 17 to beginits
permit construction and renovation of districts to pledge taxing power in connectionwith "This does rot mean that we "Florida is in : Please convey my sincere of work. l fruit and sugar mixture nearthe .
buildings in all areas of education to proceedon revenue bonds for utility expansion have agreed with all of his fortunate these appreciation to all those year project jellying point, it will drop
when has
an orderly basis without the imposition! of facilities thus earning a lower interest rate stands. It does mean that, as host days of agriculture problems and a persons who were involved in There will be four project l from the side of the sppon in 2

new taxes. The state gross receipts tax on the issue. we look at his record we challenges, to have an experienced tile rescue care and safe groups meeting with leaders: drops. When the drops .run
pledged for this program is provided the conclude that his administration man at the helm of delivery of these patients that Sewing I Mrs. Barbara together and slide off the
State Constitution and will continue, regardless The Florida Public Service Commission has been honest this often-forgotten depart- evening as it would be an Wheeler leader; Sewing II spoon in a sheet, the jelly< is.
of the outcome of the amendment. considers this amendment as extremely forthright and much more ment. Conner isn't impossible task for me to do Mrs. Mary Alice Joiner finished and should bo
Proceeds of this tax are earmarked for school important to every Floridian, calling it "a fiscally conservative than he bureaucrat merely an this on a personal basis. I am leader; Cooking Baking removed from the heat im
construction and cannot be used for any other giant step in the right direction" toward has been made to appear. agricultural however; he is, and has been, taking the liberty of sending a Mrs. Evelyn Clevenger, mediately.
solving present and future energy problems. copy of this correspondence to
purpose. leader: Crocheting Mrs.
"Marion County's Jim a farmer since childhood. Captain John Waters, Brenda Fertig leader. The SAFETY PRECAUTION:
Even if the amendment is defeated taxes The PSC points out that electric utilities Williams adds strength to the Florida needs him now. Director of our Public Safety project groups meet every two Warm damp weather and
will not be lowered but if it is defeated often choose to install as large a unit as ticket with his acknowledged Department here in Jacksonville weeks. Members will behaving insects make extra precautions -
there is a possibility that the amount of possible, because a large unit costs so much administrative ability and his In endorsing Bevis, the T-U who, as you know was t fun while they learn. necessary if jelly marmalades
funding for all educational buildings will be less per KW capacity as a smaller unit. This general knowledge of state said: "We believe that Bevis instrumental in establishing or pieserves are to
greatly reduced and pressures for new taxes often creates some unused generating government. We recommendboth can best serve in this troubled this eight-county system, We feel that 411 is a worthwhile be kept forany length of timeIt
capacity which could be used by another Askew and Williams as post where demagoguery can is important to use standard
will be increased.On James W. Walker:M. D. activity for the youth of
utility. good for the State of Florida." get Florida and its utility Children's Medical GroupJacksonvIlle. our county to learn and parti- glass canning jars that have
the basis of available information, a users into deep deep trouble Fla. cipate in activities 'iat will an airtight seal. Paraffin does
"The advantages of lower costs obtained STONE FOR SENATEIn very quickly. rot provide a good enough sealto I
yes vote for Amendment No. 1 is recommended help them grow in leadership,
from generating'units enhanced the U.S. insure mold
large are by Senate against
race the ......................... .. ............ ........ ............... citizenship and personal insect or
formation of a power pool through which Times-Union likewise endorsed development. We need more damage, particularly in
Extends the life of the so-called unused capacity is delivered to other power the Democratic : adults to assist us in providing our warm, humid weather

NO. 2 "second gas tax" to Jan. I, 2025, pool members to the who PSC.have"Thus shortages.the proposed, according over candidate his Republican Richard Stone and oa u aaaa aQEE ruBy these activities. If you wouldbe -l\larmalades. fruit butters
and broadens the for whichit able to volunteer a few
purposes and that in-
amendment would aid smaller, municipallyowned American Party opponents.In WILLIAM S. HAAS preserves are
be used. Thirty-two years ago a hours each month please call
may utilities in and tended for long storage should
jointly building Veterans Service Officer
provision was placed in the State Constitutionto the from large nuclear reaching its decision, the me. Clubs are forming in all be: processed in a boilingwaterbathcannerforabout10
earmark two-cents gallon of the state communities at this time.
per T-U said: ...we believe that
facilities. Without the amendment these children of veteran
the Here are a few points of to the a
gasoline tax for distribution among municipal systems will have to continue to Stone has the potentiality to interest that help the who dies of a service- JELLY JAMPRESERVES minutes. This precaution
counties according to their area population, make Florida a fine U.S. may helps to prevent spoilage and
small oil-fired
rely on I. high cost generating veterans here in Bradford connected disability.
and participation in road building programs. units" the PSC concludes. Senator. He is articulate, a The kumquats on my back retains both the natural color
schedule resent time this provision is proponent of a strong national County: The VA recently initiated a yard trees are almost ripe and and flavor.
to end in the year 2008 unless defense, a realist on world Any veteran honorably outreach effort to
next With an eye on the future when such a discharged from the Armed special rm thinking about making
proposed Amendment No. 2 is approved affairs and policy, advise of deceased GOURMET: GIFT GIVING
pooling of power may become mandatory due monetary Forces who has been parents marmalade and preserves.
Tuesday.The and a man who will take a World War I veterans of I'm "Gourmet Gift
to soaring oil prices and other factors a yes determined by the Veterans Maybe you are, too. planning
also vote on No. 6 is recommended. position end stand behind it. Administration to have 100 benefits to which they may be Giving" this year.That's whatwe
proposed amendment would He ran a good, tight ship in a eligible and to assist them in Many varieties of citrus like to call giving gifts of
give state fiscal administrators and budget Provides that no person shall be Tallahassee as Secretary of percent NECTED SERVICE and CON-whois establishing entitlement to including oranges, grapefruit, foods that you have made
planners more flexibility in the use of this No 7 discriminated against because of Slate and we believe he will do disability such benefits in all cases calamondins, and kumquatsare yourself. My particular idea is
part of the earmarked fuel taxes, permittingtheir a physical handicap. as well if given the opportunity qualified to chauffeur'slicense obtain anoperator's where VA records disclose suitable for marmalades small bread basket contain-
use not o.Uy to acquire right-of-way and in Washington. or receipt of benefits in amountsless jellies, and preserves. Citrusis ing a loaf of a special home-
construct roads, but also to construct other Although no lair-minded person would is exempt from all than the maximum for usually high in natural made fruit bread and a jar of
driver license fees
mass transportation facilities in urban areas, SMATIIERS ENDORSEDA required by which pectin and acid and when marmalade
want to vote against fair treatment of handicapped Section 322.21.Educational they might qualify. or preserves.
including terminals "to the extent permittedby persons the fact remains that a third Democrat Bruce A. sugar is added in the right These homemade gifts are fun
federal law." constitutional amendment in itself, is not Smathers of Jacksonville, was assistance is Requests for change of amounts a successful product to make and give and a deli-
self-implementing and will do little if endorsed by the T-U in his available to certain childrenof address should be filed with results. cious delight to receive. Don't
Various safeguards are placed aroundthe anything to improve the lot of the han- race for Secretary of State. veterans. For eligibility to the VA office having custody COOK IN you have a special recipe that
use of these funds and the amount of dicapped unless backed up by laws and "Smathers is a young man exist, a living veteran must be if the case file. These notices S\J\LLA1\10UNTS: would serve as a gourmet
bonds that can be issued. The move toward programs to enforce constitutional policies in with good potential and the rated permanently and totally should be executed on VA For best results in making (gift
more in the use of these funds form 572 or by means of letter
a meaningful way. ability to give Northeast disabled because of service- marmalade or jelly, use small
seems In harmony with present and future Florida a much-needed voicein connected conditions. The properly identifying the amounts of citrus and cook Copies of bulletins containing
needs of mass transportation and approval of In spite of this shortcoming a yes vote is State Cabinet question of whether the veteran and claimant. rapidly. Three cups of stock is directions and tips for
Amendment No. 2 Is recommended. this amendment since its the disabilities incurred in making jams jellies
recommended on proceedings endorsement were If you need more details or all that should be used at one marma-
of the office approval could be a factor in inducing more said. wartime or peacetime, is of help on any service availableto time in order to preserve the lades and preserves are avail-
HI* O Would change the name effective legislation in behalf of the Jian- no consequence. Entitlementalso Vets of Bradford County delicate flavor and color. You able from my office. Call (964-
O of county tax assessor title to county which dicapped while its defeat might be Interpreted Other Democrats gettingthe is available to the contact the Service Office In can simply regrigerate can or 6654)) or write (P. O. Box 267,
property appraiser a of this: as a lack of interest in the welfareof nod from the TimesUnionwere children of a person whose theCourthouse on Monday all freeze citrus in the pulp stage Starke) or visit my office to
more aptly describes the function Duties the handicapped, and thus produce con- Commissioner of death occurs in line of duty day or Wednesday morning. for later use. pick 'tp a copy.My .
official. the name would change. and
Only tinued neglect. while in military service,
and responsibilities of the office would When cooking, you need to

remain the same. Since all of the amendments appear to be pRi+t,4 use a saucepan that is at least Neighbors
constructive measures a yes vote for all C0/ 5 times larger than the
This proposed change is strongly sup- seven appears to be in the best interest of our 4 hey amount of stock used. For "
ported by the Florida Tax Assessors growing state and its citizens. mili three cups of stock ,
Association in the hope that it would correct r should be put Into a 4 quart <'RL: .L

capacity saucepan. This is so .
the product won't boil over

Mra BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER during rapid cooking. I've had ,
0N this experience and won't
Publisher ..
forget again to use a
Published each Thursday and entered M second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Fla. under Act that is really extra big!
of March 3. 1879.. b

.-.- Subscription rate in trade area. $6 per year: 3.50 six months. TEST FOR (
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. JELLING POINT
A regular
Phone 964-63) __ Starke. Fla. candy thermometer
or Jelly thermometer

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I 13 Earn Straight A's At BDS

.r I'x1', ,,, '' 't, aI'
Thirteen Bradford High 1rla ,'
students earned straight A's ,

for the first six-weeks of +.. VYWMUVr.1.L. wow..t1x.. NY 1
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school. r 1 /I r1
Straight-A students are:

Jimmy Brownlee, son of Dr
J.W. Brownlee of Starke "fOl.r.
Brownlee's t
subjects are v
teacher's aide, American r 4 .I $ !,
Literature and advanced ,
Donna Futch, daughter of
Mr.and Mrs. M. Benton Futchof __ '
Starke. Miss Futch's : 1l.t : :' i iIf

subjects are textile clothing, : ,4k1
teacher's aide and
Americanism vs. Com- srr
munisum. P ieLJ

Jody Harper, daughter of 1L'
the Rev. and Mrs. G.L
Harper of Starke. MissHarper's ,
subjects are Current a 1 (i ..
World Affairs, chemistry. 5
teacher's aide, Spanish II, I 4
creative writing, trig and b I d dw

physics.Latain Herres, daughter of : Q + '
Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Herres of :- *Z --
Starke. Miss Herres take
creative writing annual staff, The junior float "We Beat'em Then We'll Do It Again"cruises down US-301 In Starke during
teacher'saide the Homecoming Parade Oct. 18. Riding are the two class princesses Develyn Mathews I
A vs. C., Geometry, j
and art Ill. Cindy Gissy, opposite side of float.

Johnny Hobbs, son of Mr. j
and Mrs. J.H. Hobbs of E i im it

Starke.algebra II Hobbs's, teacher's subjects aide andA. are No Auction Fo r Pe cans This Fall I(

vs C.Rhoda
Jones, daughter of Due to an extremely light If the few growers with they should calf him at 964-
Mr. and Mrs Reed Jones of ,, crop this fall, no pecan auctions pecans to sell need help in <6951<; or County Agent Bobby IJ
Starke. Miss Jones takes the : will be held at the Starke disposing of them, Allen said Taylor at 9646554. J
secretarial sequence of ; State Farmers Market this I

Vocational Office Education, season, market manager Bob I
teacher's aide and Allen announced yesterday. I
bookkeeping.Debra \ Allen said that following
Mitchell, daughter of / reports of the unusually light
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mitchellof M1 yield, he sent out 130 letters to fvTwFTUESDAY
Green Acres. Miss Mit growers who had patronizedthe ::
chell's subjects are market in past years and
chemistry, teacher's aide at received about 40 responses.The .
middle school, Spanish III, A. This group of students achieved straight A's during the Jan Searle. Back row Chuck Register Nancy Ilildrelli. replies were almost
vs C., and is a member of the first six weeks grading period at Bradford High. They are (I lr l- Debbie Mitchell Randy Trainor, DarU Christopher Latain unanimous in stating that the NOVEMBER 5
) bottom
row Johnny Hobbs, Jody Harper, Lucy Bradley Herres and Donna Pauley.
tennis team. growers had few, if ,
and Kathy Taylor. :Middle row :Matthew Box Liz Scott and any
Donna Pauley daughter of pecans this year, and
Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. Pauleyof Starling. Randall Thomas, Ed Danette Rodrique, Michael therefore would not need the

Law ley. Miss Pauley's literature and bookkeeping. Lewis, Debra Lewis, Mary Watts, McCoy White, Sharon Sherman,Laura Kay Thomas services of an auction to
subjects are teacher's aide, SOPHOMORES: Lyons, Ramona Marchant, Williams, Thomas Wise, Vicky Thompson, Scott dispose of their crop
data processing, science Deborah Bradley, daughterof Glenn Mullins, Evelyn Laura D. Yawn Alice Atwood, Tinsler, Jenny Tomlinson, Allen said he was at a loss to FOR FREE
fiction and art III. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradleyof Rhoden, Joy Saxon, Lorine Sheila Mack and John Tyson. Larry White, Randy Cheeser explain the short crop unless it
Jan Searle, daughter of Starke. Miss Bradley takes Sellers, Joy Starling Shelia JUNIORS: Robert Best, and Michael Crews.SOPHOMORES can be blamed on the unusual TRANSPORTATION ,
Mrs. Grace Searle and geometry t typing I, P.E.. Sonja Biggs, Charlene : Susan weather conditions of last
Chester Searle of Theressa. Spanish I. BSCS, and drama. Campbell, Michael Cooney, Blalock, Gina Brown, Tina winter. CALL 964-8746
Miss Searle's subjects are Darla Christopher 9 Races ............. Andrew Crews, Teresa Brown, Susan Edwards, Ellen

science fiction, annual staff, daughter of Mr and !Mrs. T.D. <( physics and she is currently Christopher of Starke. Miss cent of the vote going down to David Gaines, Anita Green, Godwin, Eoline Green, Ruth
working at the Guaranty Christopher's subjects are the wire. It is a rule of politicsthat Beverly Meng, Donna Page, Hazen, Lisa Mitchell, Briar less than threetenthsof
Federal. MMnetry. annual staff the top man has nothingto Patray, Lynn Pierce, Gary an inch of rain recorded to
Randall Trainor son of Mr Danish II. debate. BSCS and Runnels, John Samon, Susan date this month, October has
gain by debating.U.
and Mrs. Leo H. Trainor of .sne is a member of the tennis Depot Sapp Jack Shiller, Mimi Scott given Bradford County a

Starke. Trainor's subjects are team. She was elected S.SENATE: and Karen Powell.FRESHMEN chance to dry out from an
Demolition Bids
II and American
Drafting sophomore class president. Former Secretary of State : James unusually wet summer.
literature. Nancy Hildreth daughter of Barber, Cheryl Boyetts Only measurable rain
Richard Stone <( JUNIORS; :Mr and :Mrs. Herbert R. RAIFORD The Town Charles Carter, Terry Carver, recorded this month was on
has revved his in
Jennifer Jockel daughter of Ihldreth of Kingsley Lake. recent weeks up with campaign hard- Council of Raiford will open John Cooper, Denise Gissy. Oct. 16 with .3 inches at New This Space Sponsored By
Mr. and Mrs. Richard II : Hildreth takes P.E. sealed bids Monday, at 8 p.m.
Miss Yolanda Hernandez River, and .2 at Santa Fe and ,
attacks his
hitting on Republican
Jockel of Starke. MissJockel's November 4, for the sale and
hemistry Spanish II. Raymond Phipps, Christie Louis Hill towers.
Jack Eckerd, !
subjects are II, and opponent removal of the old Seaboard BRADFORD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
ulgebra speech millionaire owner of a drug Redding, Linda Richardson, October is traditionally a
American history, American literature, and typing I. Coastline Depot building. Kenny Carolyn dry month, with a 50-year
store chain. John Grady, a Rodrique
literature, physics, trig., andteacher's The building, no longer used EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
I-'RKSIIM\\: conservative Belle Glade Roller, Bobby Smith, Harold average of only .73 inches. The
aide. She is also on :Matthew Box. son of Mr. by the railroad, was donatedto Waters and Joy Williams. 50-year average for
doctor running as i
the tennis team. and Mrs. Thomas A. Box of the Town of Raiford by November is 5.87 inches.
Liz Scott, daughter of Mr. Starke. Box's subjects are American Party candidate, is railroad officials and the
and Mrs. Reese R. Scott of algebra II. conversational attracting little attention with Town Council approved its

Kingsley Lake. Miss Scott's sp\nish, English I, modern his low-key campaign.With sale at their meeting last

subjects are shorthand I. science; civics. P.E., and Stone's vigorous month.
American history. teacher's ulheletics tactics seeming to pay off. Bids will also be opened for

aide typing I, American Charles Register son of Mr. Democrats appear to have a the construction of a 35 x 55 DfficeShap
good chance to recapture the
und :Mrs L.B. Register Jr. ofCrystal foot masonry building to be
Senate seat won in 1968 by
Lake. Hegister'ssubjects used for a Town Hall upon
Republican Ed Gurney, who is
are Algebra II. bowing out under fire.
Conversational Spanish Seeking the Secretary of
English I, Modern Science,
State office given up by Stoneare 1
Civics and Atheletics. Robbers Steal
Bruce Smathers, <( Kathy Taylor daughter of Jacksonville 31-year-old son
!Mr and Mrs. Bobby L. Taylorof of the former U. S. Senator, From ChurchThe
Starke. Miss Taylor's and James Sebasta, <( subjects are Spanish I,
former Hillsborough County First Baptist Church at
geometry English I, modern
P.E.. and elections supervisor.In 'the corner of Clark and Jef-
science. algebra.The the Comptroller's race, !'ersonstreets was broken into Stock Of
first weeks honor
six Complete
Democrat Jerry Lewis, for- :and entered by thieves during
roll, those earning grades of B
4 mer Dade County legislator, is tie past weekend.
or higher numbered 86. Theyare
righting it out with
Republican Entry into the church
William !Muntzing, a former building was gained by You Need In Office
SENIORS: Charles Supplies
I Baldrec. Timothy Blanken- Kirk aide, who is attracting breaking out a window of the
little attention from the news
Sunday School wing.
w..r ship Teressa Brewer, media.
Deborah Bryant, Beth Reported missing was an 'br
Not even a hayride at a amplifier, postage a
Karolme stamps .
Chapman. Clayton, 4ter
ley Elementary's
clock and bacon and
Chuck Cox, Bemta Franklin,
Halloween carnival or State Treasurer Thomas
eggs taken from the church
mother's string of 10 cent Michael Gaskins. Phillip O'Malley <( tickets can guarantee a small Jenkins. Randal Kelley, indicted on charges of perjuryand Police Officer Wilbur
witch's pleasure. Donald Kelley. Joy Lame, accepting $50,000 in kick- ?
Waters of the Starke Police
Leverson. Christine
Evelyn backs, is seeking re-election Department is conducting the

against Republican Jeffrey investigation of the entry andtheft.
Latham. In his first news con- .

GUY CAVERLY ference last week, Latham .............................
admitted he had been sent to

reform school as a 13-year- A cold in the head causes .
SERVICE old, and had sought Ku Klux less suffering than an idea.
Klan support in the current Tht Journal oJule/ Renard
campaign.. (Bralillar, )
For Commissioner of Edu-

Air cation, incumbent Ralph Tur
Heating, lington of Gainesville is rSte110

conceded to be the frontrunner Pearson Out... j)
in his bid for reelection .AI
RefrigerationCommercial against Carl Kuttler, <(
Jr., St. Petersburg junior
college official. office during Pearson's absence -
& ResidentialNo Bradford County native and Pearson remains a _
Agriculture Commissioner member of the Commission, "
Conner has but has not yet resumed attending -
Job Too Large or Small Dole apparently p ,i -
to worry about from his meetings.At .
opponent, Donald K. Webb, the next regular meeting
Call For Free EstimateSmall American party candidatefrom Monday, Nov. 4, a public
Lakeland. hearing will be held on the

William H. Bevis, incum- proposed ten per cent utility Check Our Stock Just Received New Shipment t 1
Overhead Service bent member of the Florida tax, and consideration will
Public\ Service Commission is also be given to a proposed
I Installation given the edge over his ordinance accepting the
Right Price Republican opponent Noel R. Southern Building Code for Add Gash
Bacon. the city, and designating the .

i i 3e Prepared For For State Senate, 6th County minister Zoning it. Board to ad-

Senatorial District, Kenneth Register Rolls
COOL WEATHER II. MacKay, Jr., Democratic Gift Items For
former member of the Houseof FFA Contest...
Representatives, is opposedby
Have Your Furnace Checked his Ocala neighbor, <( Republican Charles E. Curti i / Many Occasions 15% Off
Curtis is attacking MacKay Bradford Junior Chapter List.
NOW as a "liberal" and MacKa/is contestants were: Sonya

running on his record w ich Tenly Connie Tanner, Mark
ByI won him citations as "the Reddish, Roger Mitzel, Craig
I 24 Hour Service Carrier most valuable House mem- Holmes, James Livingston,
', On Heating and ber" and many other honors Wayne Reid and Billy Gnann. Call M Pooser 964-6305 Any Size Roll By The Doz. Or
Air Conditioning day&night during his tenure in Lake Butler Senior Chapter Register Roll By The Pkg.
I Tallahassee.Also contestants were: Mike

State Licensed Weather\\\Doctor appearing on the ballot Biellmg, Alan Tuggle, Lanier
j will be seven proposed consti- Clyatt, Ricky Brackett
I tutional amendments whichare LaWayne- Crawford Dewitt Free Delivery Within Immediate Trade Area
; Keystone Heights. Fla. 473-3355 discussed in an editorial ,- Gritfis, Joel Alvarez and
I on page 11. Wayne Bov,,

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October 31,1971 TELEGItAPIl I>age 13 :

Tigers Roll 67-6 15-14 Win Over Wildcats ...

MACCLENNY Sophomore !Matt Hull in the open and Hull first half yard line. The extra point kick Bradford fans thought it good, .
Jimmy Prevatt kicked a went 44 yards to the end zone. Baker leaped further ahead by Knabb was good and Baker bit officials ruled not. It was "
second chance field goal from The extra point kick was on a one yard run by running- had a 14-6 lead with 6:50: left in called back because oC an off.
Over NB Panthers the 12 yard line in the last six blocked and Bradford was back Curtis Williams after a the third quarter. sides penalty against Mac-
seconds of the game to edge lagging 7-6 with 2:01: left in the long drive from the Baker 42 Scoring on a one yard run by clenny and BUS had another
Bradford 15-14 over host Tommy Reddish, BUS closed crack at it from the eight yard
Baker High last Friday night the gap to 14-12 early in the line with six seconds left in the
spoiling "Tornado Week" in fourth quarter but the extra W1me.
In Macc1enny for the Wildcats. point kick by Prevatt was no This Prevatt kick went,
Revenge Rally BITS is 4-1 so far this season good and the score stayed 14- undoubtedly, between the goal
and has an open date next (puts and BHS edged in front
week before meeting Fernan- BUS got one last crack 15.14 with one second showing
I NEWBERRY Incensed "We came to prove we are 48 seconds old. Lorenzo dina Nov. 8. The Wildcats at the ball late in the game, on the clock. After the kick off
by the opposing coach's TIlE power in the Suwannee (Griffin ran two point conversion were undefeated before the getting the ball at the Baker 42 time ran out and BHS won. a
statement "We're going to Conference. This was a team and LB led 8-0. Tornadoes slowed their yard line. very tense game.
spi rits. After of 23 and 6 Williams was the game's
beat Lake Butler, the Tiger victory. Slrmones got good blocking passes
blitz was leveled at the The powerful Tiger eleven around the end and upfield, BUS fell behind in the first yards from Prevatt to Hull leading runner with a total of
Panthers without quarter as ran up 376 yards of offense. md made it past the last man quarter and stayed there until and some runs BUS moved ill yards, most of Mac.
j Lake Butler rolled to a 67-6 The Tiger defense easily I by giving him a limp leg. the last seconds of the game. down to the 13 yard line with clenny's 152 yards rushing.
win Friday night. handled the Panther attack. I Before the night was over Baker County scored first on a 12 seconds left in the game. Prevatt was Bradford's
Now J Tigers are looking to In- game as the Tiger score ,with two punt returns, 73 and back Klate Yarbrough to Earl boot went to the left but close. ISE'I' Page Lt)

terlachen for their mounted; Union County f i5yards,as well as TD runs of Knabb right on target in the '.. 4cA< .4< +f4< .. .. 4 .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
: homecoming this Friday stayed on the attack. Sub- :24! and 34 yards. end zone to put Macclenny in
t night. As Coach Jack Jones stitutes got into the game but Griffin scored on a nine front 6-0. The extra point kick > I : HOMECOMINGNov.311ROA.M. :
i has hoped, his Tigers are enough veterans stayed in to ,yard scamper, Doug Barnett also by Yarbrough, was good
headed into the upcoming keep pouring it on hapless 1 intercepted a Panther and Baker was ahead 7-0 with Bradford Quarterback Jimmy Pr..att break! loose ,..
< Santa Fe game undefeated. Newberry. md I returned it 50 yards for a 2:06: left in the first period. through a hole on the left side and sets ::10( yards for the *
The Tigers are ranked Curtis Sirmones, behind t touchdown fullback Andy Bus scored in the second Tornadoes ;ast Friday night when 'U'S ('dgedIacclenny: 15.II. : :
nunber three in Class AA good blocking from his I}Howard scored twice on runs quarter when Q8 Prevatt hit .
football statewide, are atop teammates, dazzled the lit' 12, and 10 yards up the *
the Suwannee Conference, visitors and a large contingent I middle otf the option, and : Dinner On The Ground :
and if nothing unforseen of home fans with four touch- :Sirmones added a 36 yard field Undefeated
llappens..,. downs and a field goal. He I oal. BHSJV Stays : Guest Speaker Virgil Lovett :
Never tell a man that opened up the Union attack on Newberry scored its six
you're going to whup him the third play of the game I points in the last quarter on a I ,*.. From Trinity Baptist Church, Apopka, Fla. *,..
before the game," said Tiger when he turned right end and I 52-yard pass play from After 30-12 Win Over OP
COach Jack Jones as he streaked 74& yards for the first 4 quarterback Alan King to tall : Special Sing 2 'Clock :
walked off the field. score when the was just
Newberry game I tight end Mike Rutledge. Bradford junior varsity scored two touchdowns for the line performance for the two I ,.. ".
Rutledge got behind the Tiger gridders are still undefeated night on a 95 yard gallop and games remaining. If we holdup I
secondary and turned on a after destroying Orange Park a 55 yard sprint. Charley like we have we will be the : REVIVAL 79:3O: :
surprising amount of speed Hevell turned in touch.kwn
30-12 last Thursday night in one first JV team in BUS historyto
for the score. Starke, putting the Baby < on a 40 yard pass and go undefeated," commented ,.. ".
\lIke.! that beautiful,
was Tornadoes at 5-0 for the Earl Biggs scored on a 55 yard Coach Hatcher. ".
baby, a Newberry season so far. touchdown pass. Starting on the offense for Evangelist Rev ,,
cheerleader told the tall, BIIS[ jumped ahead 22-0 in "I was real pleased with the BlIS were Lawrence Budge i ".
skinny gridJer.: It was the only the first quarter. then polished offensive and defensive ut c'nter. Keith Carter and James Berry
r I thing! the all Panthers had to sing it off in the second quarter to lines"" said (lead JV Coach Lee Casey ut guards, Bobby ,*.. ,*..
about night long. make it 30-0 at h.llftlme. BUS Harry Hatcher "The second Smith and \lartv: Russell at
I The TD was just the third substituted the last half which team came in the second half tackles David "Dailey and : Lakeland Fla / :
( scored on the stingy Tiger yielded 12 points to Orange and got some valuable experience. Frankhn Bell at ends, Jacksor
defense this season. All three Earl r M
have Park ( at quarterback : :
come after big pass Runningback Kenny Aycox '1 am hoping for another Biggs at blocking back Hoger
Rx completions, the other two at
Bennett at t fullback, and I *

the Linebacker hands of Chiefland.Freeman White Kenn\Rc\'el! and Aycox Biggs al alternate tailback al,' Fri Sat -& Sun *

was singled out Friday night the blocking back spot.
by Coach Jones"for a "great The offensive line turned : Berry Family Singing :
defensive game
in a real good game and the)
It Sirmones' initial TD gave did a fine job of carrying out t *
Ne..berry a glimpse of what assignments," commente I ". ".
I, was coming. The Tiger Offensive Line Coach Reddox. y, Song Leader Bobby LeG ear *
defense limited Newberry to ( 'I was pleased with thE. ".
five yards in three downs after performance of the offensivE; Pastor Leon Odom *
!he first Tiger TD, and Andy o t line
Cook punted 30 yards, Buddy Starting lineup for the BW
Perry received the punt defense was noseman Ken s: Grace Baptist
r handed off to Sirmones and neth Kruger linebacker!
+ the flashy runner zipped and Carter tackle
Casey !s
behind a blocking wall and Marty Hussel and Johr : Church
almost had another TD before I Sheering. ends David Daile) Griffis Loop :

ewberry he was 25 stopped after a 50 at yard the (See Page 1 II J) . . . . . .. . *

return. Sirmones fumbled the
ball out of bounds.In _
three more plays the
CUrds Sirmones returns a Newberry punt for a 73-yard Tigers had their second TD.
touchdown run behind a hard blocking Union IIIgh wall. Tim I Gnffin broke two tackles over [B1.i3 ( (DUII.i3DYruurnU(31.i30
Whitehead. 8,and Joe Maxwell 83, both on ground,', have put I left guard and made it 14 vyr

a would-be I tackler on the ground. (See POle( 11)) t .,a

Bradford light end Dale llaas gels a pass right on target ( (

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14 TELEGRAPII October 31, 1974

BHS Doesn't Quit, Holds : Tigers[ Beat NewberryFace -

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To End Up 15-14 Winners"I '1 ', r Interlachen Fri.- ..

touchdowns for the night and
told the players after the game; of the year." pressure they were under Staying undefeated. Union Lake Butler when" we put in our one field goal.Teammate .
High Gridders their sixth "Even Lorenzo
game that it was more than Lashley caught two of his "This was the first time this won stayed right Griffin
winning, that they learned passes in the final BETS drive year that we have had to play straight game last Friday third team" said we Coach Jones had a good night totaling 97
never to quit when the odds with less than a minute left in mfront of a crowd and a team night in Newberry when they with them, not as yards rushing Freemon
are against you," says Head the game. One of those passeswas fired up like that," says '"i beat the Panthers 67-6. "Newberry was thought they White led the defense again
Bradford Coach David Hurse caught with a Macclennyman Hughes. "There were several : "The Newberry's Coach physical as" we with 18 tackles and assists.
of the Tornadoe's 15-14 win between him and the people that were running close comment put us in the right would be. "White Is a sound linebacker
over Macclenny. for the lineman of the.week. frame of mind to win," says Curtis Sirmones had a great and he is leading the team in
ball."Prevatt r Head Tiger Coach Jack Jones night running the ball and
"They did not quit even was under pressure They were Tommy Edwardsand 1fl interceptions with a total of
Last week in Gainesville Sun receiving, getting 429 yards "
though it looked bad and all night and again he Marlon Thornton." a the four, commented Jones.
almost hopeless. They kept played with remarkable poise Matt Hull has been snapping news article the Newberry total offense racked against fourBHS This Friday night the Tigers
Couch said that "We will beat Panthers. lie up
their poise and became for a sophomore" com- for the punts extra points and will face Interlachen in their
winners," says Hurse. mented Hurse. "Matt Hull field goals lately and Coach fl( 1974 Homecoming Game in
BHS had a tough time on its played a fine ball game and Hughes said he was doing a Cross Team Lake Butler
hands when the Tornadoes had a lot of fine blocks." For good job of it. Country "Interlachen has five or six
visited Macclenny. The town his performance, Prevail was Prevatt had to kick his field athletes that just haven't putit
the spectators the coaches named Area Back of the Week goal using an arm pad as the Breaks StreakGetting all together and our concernis
and the team were all fired up by the Gainesville Sun. tee. Earlier in the game Losing; whether this is the time that
to beat Bradford. The school Hull also rushed for 54 yards Macclenny had let BHS A :: they will," said Jones. "They
had pep rallies every day during the night in four borrow the tee but it was not back in shape "This was the best perfor have nothing to lose and

before the game.; Macclenny carries getting an average of given to them for the field No. 21, Curtis Williams\ around right end for substantial Bradford High Cross Country mance of the season'and they a everything to gain."
runs a as
worked better together
had the game won until six 13.5 yards a carry. goal. One can only speculateon gain for runners marked up two wins ]Interlachen has a 1-4-1
last before "
Macclenny Cross
Friday night
seconds were left on the clock Tommy Reddish and Glen why the tee could not be stopped by cornerback' Nichols.: being last week, the first in a periodof team, commented record so far this season and
when Jimmy Prevatt drilled a DeSue both did a good job of found. Johnny losses for the team Country and Track has a fine defensive ball club.
29 yard field goal to edge ruining the ball, according to Last Thursday BHS Grover Howard Last year at homecomingLake
Bradford? by 1514. Hurse. Reddish ran real toughon traveled to meet Ocala "Hunsinger's and Pater- Butler got beat by undefeated -
A question of fair judgmentarose the goal line for his touch- Tigers Roll 6 ?-G..... in the last seconds of the down run. 32 victors. Monday at home good. They are starting to geta Jones says "We are not going
game.; On Prevatt's first at "Our kids did not get emotionally yards to the Newberry 9 on penalty against Lake Butler. coming. BUS beat Gainesville High lot of consistency together, to take anything lightly/(
tempt the ball went to the left involved in the game first down before Stan McKoy Then on third and five, QB In a must situation Lake School 20-37. commented Howard. "I am also concerned/ about
but was close, if not betweenthe until the last of the week," stopped him. Sirmones King threw for his tall tight Butler opponents can look for Kirk Hunsinger and Larry Thursday BUS will travel to the minds of the players with
goal posts. But flags were says Hurse. "Macclenny was couldn't turn the corner at left end, Mike Rutledge. Up from Sirmones in most cases. That Paterson tied for first place in Gainesville to meet Eastside. the upcoming homecoming
thrown and an offsides having pep rallies every day end, but Griffin came back on the flat came Tiger defensive fourth down was no exception both runs which boosted the Saturday BHS goes to the activities and I hope the
penalty was called against and they thought this was the second down with a nine yard halfback Doug Barnett who as the strong Sirmones went BHS score greatly. In the Palatka Invitational. The don't forget what our job is, '
Macclenny. Then the second best opportunity to best us." TD run over the left side. swiped the pass which over his right side leaving Vanguard meet Hunsingerand Eastside meet will start at 4p.m. says Jones. "We have a
Prevatt kick was definitely This is the first time in Sirmones' extra point kick bounced off Rutledge and into would-be tacklers lying in his Paterson both ran the and the Invitational will chance to go a long way and
good and BHS won the game. Coach Hurse's coachingcareer was blocked, but ijHS led 14-0 the arms of Barnett who was path for a 32 yard touchdown course in 1408.: Freddie Bell begin at 9 a.m. Bradford'sonly we don't want to blow it by
"Personally I think the first that one of his games with less than five minutes running full speed and never run. "I don't see how he got took fourth place in 14:43: competition left after looking over somebody."
kick was good but there were has been decided in the last gone. stopped until in the Newberry through that mess," observedone Ricky Solze took sixth in that is the Conference meet
two flags thrown against few seconds of the game. From their 33 the Panthers end/one. The conversion run sideline quarterback. 14:57: and Robert Best took which is Saturday Nov. 6.
Macclenny for offsides and we Reddish was having a good could get but one yard in three failed but Lake Butler led 26-0 Howard failed to convert the 10th place in 15:53: minutes. 301
got another opportunity to night punting, three times plays. Cook punted 41 yards midway the second period. two point after, but Lake Also placing in that meet for BllS IVUndefeated.
kick again and this time there putting the ball below the 15 and Buddy Perry returned to Starting from its 11 after the Butler led 34-0 with 47 seconds BHS were Jerry Sullivan and
was no doubt," says Coach yard line. He averaged 36 the UC 29.Moving kick off, Newberry drove to remaining in the first half. Mathew Box.
71 yards in nine midfield first -- -- -- --------- ....
l Hurse. yards per punt. He is getting one In both runs BHS has pouredthe DRIVE-IN{
"The pressure was not only averaging 38 yards a punt for plays the Tigers had their down on a 20 yard run by L.ke Bull.r N.wberry speed on in the first mile of
From< Page 13))
on Prevail, but the holder, the the year so far. third TD with fullback Andy Jessie Moses with Buddy 12 F Irsl Downs 6 the race to get leads in the run
snapper and the whole frontline Jimmy Clark was named Howard going 12 yards for the Perry making the save. A 15- 319 Vords Gained Rushing 108 then the second mile concen- and Franklin Bell, safeties
score with 1:51: left in the first yard offensive in SVords Gained POlling bb45g and Aycex and corner- Fri & Sat
commented Hurse. the defensive lineman of the pass PC PA PI 4 101 trate on holding those spots. Biggs
Macclenny's main weapon, week for his performance at period. QB Hazen's run for the terference penalty gave o Fumbles LOll 16S Paterson and Hunsinger ran back Roger Bennett. ,
runmngback Curtis Williams, defensive tackle. He made 10 conversion failed, but the Newberry another first down Yards Penallzod 35I the home course in 12:58: "The defense turned in
had a good night running but tackles during the night and Tigers led 20-0. at its 47.Newberry. I 141 Punta 4 33 SLINa Monday while Danny Vends another outstanding performance I !
not what he has been getting three assists. Showing its first offensive faked a kick on took third place for CHS in ," says Defensive
as the Tigers began to fourth down but Cook .. _- ---- Coach Ctiilson. "Someof
this season. Williams rushedfor "Clark did a good job on the Cch passed 13:00: minutes even. Roger
over 100 yards against defense along with noseman fine fighting edge, instead. But the ball went Bullor 20 14 17 16 d1NewlAarry BETS took fourth place with the players who haven't
BUS but he did not score on Scott Pooser," according to Newberry ground out two first straight into the hands of LB's --- 0 0 0 6 6 Freddie Bell again this time played much before made a
long runs as he has done all Defensive Line Coach, Mike downs. Halfback Terry Lee Barnett at the Tiger 40. ---r-- running 13:35.: Ricky Solze few mental mistakes in the f
year. Sexton. ran for nine yards before Barnett lost ground back to Receiving the second half also repeated his placing in second halt."There .
"Williams is the best back "We also got good performances Buddy Perry came up from the Tiger 24 trying to get kickoff Newberry drove 17 sixth with a time of 13:43: : are two more games
that we have played against in from tackle Mark Hil- the secondary to make the around Panther defenders but yards and got one first down minutes. Mike Sanders placed left and I hope we can keep
years and we felt in order to dreth, and linebackers Dwight stop. Linebacker Freemon was caught by Moses. On first before Cook was forced to seventh in 13:50.: Running in our mental attitude in the Come along withMarty
stop Macclenny we would Barber and Early Chandler," While held Lee to one yard at down from his 24, Tiger Luke punt from his 38. Sirmonestook the meet for BHS also were right state of mind," com-
have to stop him," says according to Sexton. "The left tackle, but that was Smith went around left end the boot at his35, faked a Mike Sherman and Robert mented Chilson.
Hurse. "This was one of our only place we were getting enough for a first down at the but a penalty against LB hand-off to Perry, and was off Best. "We play Eastside next
prime goals and we ac- hurt was on the sweeps and we !Newberry: 26. A five yard pushed the ball back to the 12. on his 65 yard punt return and week and we are looking for a Bobbins
complished it were getting good linebacker offsides penalty against the A half back pass from Perry to another Tiger TD. Runners real tough game over there,"
Sophomore quarterback support there." Tigers pushed! the ball out to Tim Whitehead netted 37 continually took angles on says Chilson. from the Heart of. Nashville
Jimmy Prevatt had a goodnight Johnny Nichols was next in the 27.Then. yards before Newberry'sMoses Sirmonesand pounded at him BUS will travel to Citizens mmpiri GiVegaa!
passing, hitting eight of line making six individual came flanker Jesse could make the stop. only to find they had r Field this afternoon (Thursday
H passes for 108 yards. This is tackles and one assist. Moses on a double reverse. Out of the hole the Tiger misjudged the lead of the ,Oct. 31))to vie with East- 1A
an average of 14.12 yards per Sheldon Hodge and Dwight The razzle-dazzle fooled the offensive machine went backto speedy'figer back. An EP run side at 4:30: pm. Bradford
complel ion. Richard Lashleywas Barber each had five tacklesfor Tigers momentarily 'and work with speed mer- failed again but Lake Butler 't beat Eastside 16-0 in the first C
his best receiver gelling the night. Moses sped 47 yards with chants Smith and Sirmones increased its advantage to 40-0 game of the season.
fwr for a total of 83 yards. Alan North was named Newberry fans on their feet doing the running. Sirmonesran with 7:01: left in the third "Our fans have been realgood YRn1AL RIIkASk 7kCAA1N0A'
"Lashley caught lour offensive lineman of the week before he was chased out of 11 yards up the middle period. and I hope they continueto
passes during the game and according to Offensive Line bounds at the Tiger 21. But on where Rutledge delayed a Kreemon White intercepteda >support us," says Coach
three of them were with Coach Bill l Hughes "I thoughtthe the first down play Lee touchdown with a desperationankle !Newberry: pass on the first Hatcher.FLORIDA. Sun $ Mon
people hanging on him says whole offensive line did a fumbled Lake Butler tackle. Smith went four series after the LB kickoff,
Hurse "He played his best good job, because of the Freemon White recovering, to yards, tackle Andy Cook returning it 31 yards to the
end the threat as the first making the stop, and llazen Panther 22. A 15 yard penalty
period ended. missed on a pass to Billy Cain. when LB was at the Panther
Showing some life after the From the 36 Smith bangedout six yard line pushed the ball Fullback Andy Howard scores
SPECIALS ON abortive drive, Newberry four more yards, driving back out to the 20. Sirmonescame for Lake Butler.' i
forced the only Tiger punt of with his head down and on to kick his from 34 THEATRE :f
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October 31, 197.. TELEGRAPH Page 15 '

: -----r- 1-T Kentucky Fried Chicken Saga Of The Missing Kicking Tee

7 :: III
Bradford High had its kicking tee in Macclenny Friday
Upset Guaranty FederalKentucky night during warmups, but it was misplaced when it came
time for the first Tornado extra point try. Baker High
however, loaned the Tornadoes a tee for both extra point
Fried Chicken did lost the game 13-12., attempts, which, incidentally, failed.
what nobody else has been Monday October 28th saw Late in the fourth period when it became evident the
able to do this year and that is Andrews Drugs stopped Tornadoes might try a field goal, Bradford coaches sent a J,
to defeat Guaranty Federal. Kentucky Fried's winning team manager around to the Macclenny bench to borrow the ,f''
tp, ,7 trr Guaranty had been riding a streak at two games as they tee again. The manager was given the tee, started to the 'h
seven game winning streak downed the Chicken team, 15- Bradford bench with it, but was called back and the tee taken
going into the game while 6. Andrews scored nine pointsin back by the Wildcat coaches. I
Kentucky Fried Chicken had the first half on a Rickie So Bradford's Jimmy Prevatt was forced tit use an arm
only one win to their credit Fender touchdown and a pad as a tee on the two crucial field goal attempts.It .
but it was Kentucky Fried safety. wasn't as bad as it sounds! however Luckily the Tor-
Chicken all they way as they Tommy Crosby put KFC on nadoes forget their tee sometimes in practice. So an arm padis
shut the Federals, 12-0. Led by the Scoreboard in the second used while managers fetch the tee Friday in Macclennythat
Punkin Johnson, step out to a half to close the gap to 9-6, but little problem In practice paid big dividends for the
r r 6-0 half-time lead, added Fender put'; the game out of Tornadoes.
another touchdown in the reach with his second touch-
second half, both scores down and Andrews won, 15-6.
coming on breakaway runs by Guaranty Federal won their
Johnson. eighth game as they blanked
$ ( ii9 The other game on Wed- Community Bank, 190. Craig

nesday, October 23, saw Sapp had a big day as he ran
y. F 1 y r w ww I Community State Bank edge for three touchdowns.The .

a u by Andrews Drugs 13-12 on the
p1 running of John Bennett. Small Fry have just one
Bennett scored all of the more week left in their
L Banks points in the first half regular season as the last
t F then hung on as Andrews game is scheduled for Wed- ,
Y t I s ..r. Drugs came storming back nesday, November 6. A game
1 behind Rich Fenders two with Lake Butler will be

touchdowns but they failed to played Thursday, November
i make an extra point and they 7, 3:30: p.m. at Pratt Street.
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North Central Florida Kidney

Foundation Open For BusinessThe

Kidney Foundation of strives to accomplish its Curtis Williams twist and turns as he gets good yardage
._. . ._ .. .
vneermg.roLL.LL union, ounlY L' iiigirs undefeated football learn onto Rah P. Read. North Central Florida is now objectives by coordinating the against Bradford last Friday night, but the Tornadoes still
victory each week (l-r) for business efforts and activities of citizen won 15-14 the Williams threat.
are : ft top: Paula Dobbs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. "open according dispite
At bottom: Renee Newsom,daughter of Mr and Mrs. B. G. Dobbs; Merrell Hart, daughter of !Mrs. Shirley Stalvey and to Mrs. Ranny Hoehn, volunteers (both individualand
Newsom; Donna Alexander daughter of Mr. and Mrs. homer Hart; Jean Holmes, co-captain, daughter of Mr. and a director of the unit in chargeof organization), members
Prince Alexander; Regina Phillips captain daughter of Air. Mrs. James David Holmes; Denise Stevenson, daughter of public relations. of the medical and health Brooker Railroad Depot
and Mrs. Ted Phillips: Barbara Cain daughter of Mr. and IV rs.Joanna 1\1aeSImmon,and Donna Crawford,daughter of Chartered in May 1974 by related professions, hospitalsand I
Mrs.John N. Cain; Melanie Read daughter of Air. and Mrs. Nr. and Mrs Lester C. Crawford the National Kidney Foun- public health agencies,
dation, Inc., the North Central and people afflicted with To Become New City HallBrooker
Florida affiliate has its officein kidney disease and their

. Field Goal Gives..... (From Page! 13)) Gainesville from which it families. Areas of In- Mayor Roy Carroll several decades the branch
I __ .. ..
I serves a 24 county area which volvement of the Kidney recently received the keys to carried passengers from
HKAMOTORCYCLES while fullback Matt Hull was downs and a punt and again recovered the ball for BHS. includes Alachua, BRADFORD Foundation of North Central the old Brooker railroad Brooker to Starke. as well as
close behind with 53 yards. Reddish put it at the 12 yard With a first down at the BHS Calhoun, Columbia, Florida include active station which has been givento hauling Brooker water:
Glen DeSue ran for 27 yardsfor 44 yard line Prevatt hit tall Dixie, Flagler, Franklin, programs in the areas of the town by the Seaboard melons corn, and other
the night. Prevatt hit line.Williams was hit by Dwight tight end Dale Haas for a 12 Gadsden Gilchrist, Gulf, Patient Services, Public Coast Line Railroad. produce. Passenger servicewas
seven of 15 passes for the nigh: Barber and Clark for a two yard pass and a first down Hamilton Jackson, Jefferson, Education, Legislation, Presenting the keys was discontinued almost 20
.PARTS totaling 108 yards passing. yard loss on first down, then then on the next play hit Hull Lafayette, Leon, Levy,, Public Relations and Fund Harry George, SCL district years ago but the train still
made up for it with a three for the touchdown pass that Liberty Madison, Marion, Raising. sales manager. makes a daily run to Brooker.
.ACCESSORIES yard run to put the ball at the went 44 yards. The extra point Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Among the various Carroll said that money for hauling LP gas from the
SERVICE Brad ord pun 13 yard line with a third down. kick by Prevatt was no good Wakulla, and UNION Coun- programs being pursued and renovating the structure is! hydrocarbons plant, stumps
14' Firstbowne 12t72 and BHS moved closer
Yards RUShing 152 After an incomplete pass from 7-6, ties.An considered by the Kidney included in the new city and a few miscellaneous ship-
with 2:01 left in the first half.
JAWA-CI 108 Yards Passing 60 Yarbrough to Lester Stewart : immediate and vital Foundation of North Central budget, and conversion of the ments. Most vegetable ship-
7151 PC PA PI $112 Macclenny was forced to punt Macclenny got the ball at objective of the Kidney Florida are a Mobile Unit, building to a city hall will be ments from Brooker are now\
FROM A 3-HP J6 Penailies 36 and the ball rolled to the BUS the Baker 42 yard line and Foundation of North Central equipped and staffed,to travel discussed at the November handled by truck.
MINI TO A 42-HP 4 1 Fumbles Punts 0 S 36 yard line before being with Williams as the workhorse Florida at this time is to the North Central Florida council meeting.The The original station wa-!
drove hard down to the
downed.On establish Area Represen- area for purposes of medical original Brooker station replaced in 1'JtiS' /; by the present!
MONSTER first down BUS fumbledand BUS one yard line before tatives in each county and testing, screening, and public was (built in 1904 and enjoyed building, which measures I 15 \
"WE'VE GOTT'EM" SCORE BY QUARTERS the Macclenny defense Williams went the last yard to town in its twenty-four county education; a Speakers' many years of activity as an ;3I I feet
Mace BHS 7 0 6 0 7 0 0 9 14 15 swarmed over the ball. The put after Macclenny the Knabb in front kick.14-0 district. Individuals or civic Bureau; Emergency Patient important stop on the A "mobile agent" Svbil
GO Wildcats had good field groups with an interest in Funding; and Organ Seaboard's Starke to Wannee Baxter now serve! the
I. position for the first time of Williams had runs of 15, 7, 13, helping as volunteers, those Procurement for transplant branch line, affectionately Brooker community well
CARTS Play-By-Play ,, the game. 6 drive., and seven yards during the wishing to make a tax- (purposes. known as "PegRv; For as making stops at Waldo.
....". Bradford received the On first down Yarbrough let deductible donation, or those ---
opening kickoff and Matt Hull BUS got the kickoff at the 32 who desire further in-
< go with a pass to the back of
$22995 ; returned it 20 yards out to the I the end zone right in the handsof yard line and started driving.On formation are urged to writeto
BHS 45 yard line. | teammate Earl Knabb for second down Prevatt hit on the Executive Director,
\.d, Glen DeSue made two short the first score of the game. A target to Haas for seven yards Kidney Foundation of North WELLS ELECTRICSERVICE
runs of three and two yards, Yarbrough kick afterwards then on the next play Prevatt Central Florida, Box 1011,
,.J4 both plays over left tackle, to I,';put the Wildcats in front 7-0 scooted around the left end for Gainesville, Florida, 32602 or
t PC-ULAN (put the ball at midfield with a /{((I with 2:06: minutes Jeft in the 30 big yards and a first down to call the Kidney Foundationat
CHAIN SAWSMOTORCYCLES third down. Then Jimmy/'P first period. at the Macclenny 30( yard line. ((305)) 377-8517.
Clark went four yards over BHS got the kickoff and Then Prevatt threw an Purposes of the Kidney
right guard to put the ball In/ after a short drive of passes incomplete pass to Clark and Foundation of North Central
Baker territory at the 46 yard] and runs BHS was again held on the next play had a pass Florida are exclusively
line with a fourth down. { for a punt going into the intercepted by Mike Carter charitable. The affiliate Electrical Contractors
which Baker control of
Macclenny downed the pun second quarter. This time gave
at the 12 yard line. Williams Reddish's boot was downed at the ball at its own 21 yard line.
was held to three yards on the! the Baker eight yard line. Yarbrough was stopped on
FINANCING first play and no yardage on On first down Sheldon first down for a yard's loss i 1eCnJ
AVAILABLE + the next. Yarbrough fumbles Hodge came in from the end and on the rext play James $
on third down and was hit for a spot and sacked the Mac- Aldridge intercepted a Baker \\0\\1: \.matC
four yard loss forcing the pass and BUS got the ball at ,
STARKE CYCLE clenny quarterback for a e
Wildcats to punt from their 11 seven yard loss back to the its own 46 yard line. Se'c'RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL\C
Prevatt hit Hull for
yard line. a quick
CENTER one yard line. On second down
BHS got the ball at its own Williams went three yards to eight yards on first down then
304 E. CALL ST 48 yard line and the Mac- the four yard line then broke Reddish moved it five yardsfor
clenny defense held the loose on the next play for 23 a first down at the Mac-
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the BHS 34 yard line. SladeGasGAirCondiUariiri
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in the last The
early quarter.
(putting the ball at the four
yard line. Two quick seven EP kick was no good.
Both J
teams changed
runs by DeSue the
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BUS the
office also returned $1,572.99in Macclenny gave
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BIIS had the ball at the eight
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2,500 Attend Sheriff Whitehead ( political ) Party I II

; F + Tw community correction centers because of a lack of s ace dig. Stone said that inflation Shevin realize said a slight that consumersmay savings in
b.-. rather than prisons if crimes rather than because of good must be stopped rather than the fuel adjustment costs if
j committed were not violent.lie behavior.He ignored as the Republicansare investigations show that
said judges should have said that Askew is si ft on doing. like transportationand
1 the option of sentencing men criminals and promoting the Stone suggests repeal of tax expenses other incidentals were
to community centers rather rights of law breakers r they breaks for oil companies and costs
added into passed on to
} than taking them away from than victims. lowering interest rates as a .
t their jobs Williams said he I is dis- step in the direction of stop consumers. courted the
tr k 4 d1 ft Jerry Thomas arrived after appointed with the negative ping the downward mess the voters Vote until seekers after dark in the
a.i w flew on to Tampa and l country is in.
"s, Askew waged
Thomas said the face of the Nov. 5 election.Thesheriff's
discussed the opinionhe
sharply criticized the governor He that Shevin makes
for planning to release Askew-Williams team''Kvould recently rendered in favorof party it
1,000 inmates to solve the continue to campaign! in a public hearing for fuel ad- possible for local people to
1 increases rather meet the candidates person-
; overcrowding. justment
positive way.
and ask that advertisement
Thomas said he might go to Dick Stone was the target of than allowing companies to ally questions
court to stop the release of a television camera crew add on to-the costs when they newspapershave
men who were going free from Miami during the! shin- say prices increase. not
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It was an evening of informal campaigning for Gov. County Sheriff John Whitehead far left on his scenic farm I lABaaAskewWilliams ;
I Reubinskew and other vote seekers hosted by Union east of Lake Butler

the prisons He suggested that a GOVERNOR FOR LT GOVERNOR
Corn on the cob and politicswere Senator Lawton Chiles, State evening.No i I'
the main courses at Senate Candidate Buddy formal speech was pre maximum of 300 inmates be D EM!0 C RATS
Sheriff Johnhitehead's MacKay and Askew's running sented but hand-shaking and confined in each of the new paid political, advertisement paid for by
facilities being planned. Askew Wilhamt campaign treasurer
annual party Saturday whenhe mate Jim Williams.The general political conversationwas
governor's plane the order of the day Askew also suggested that
hosted some 2,500 local
Askew said that convicted felons be sent to
residents and many of the touched down at the Medical prison overcrowding
state's leading political and Reception Center air stripat would be solved by
figures. 5 p.m. Saturday to the building more dormitories at
welcome of dignitaries from RMC and building additional
The guest list was headed by
Governor Reubin Askew and the Union County Democratic
his DemocratturnedRepublican Committee. The motorcade
opponent Jerry Thomas made the trip to the Sheriff's
former state senate president. farm on SR-237 just east of
Also on hand for the pilau, Lake Butler
bear-stew and smoked mullet Whitehead and approximately -
were Commissioner of Agri- 2,500 area residents -
culture Doyle Conner, U S. greeted the guberna-
Senate Candidate Dick Stone torial candidate and his op-

Atty Gen. Robert Shevin, U.S. ponent during the course of rJiirTFlorida ; ; -AL&Irri1: .


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Cracker Doyle
Conner samples frontier food.

That hot butter sure tastes good on corn-on-the-cob. Gov. z. hinmck
Reubin askew and Clerk Robert Driggers pass the butter.

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Gay Completes yr+
Human Relations Course
Oct Marine! PFC Stephen ,
W Gay son of Mr and !Mrs ,
Harold L. Gay, and whose : Vi-
wife, Julia is the daughter of
Mrs. Aliene Dixion of 614 Lake
St., all of Starke, completed
human relations training at With the cartridge "
the Marine Corps Air Station, can change to a
Jacksonville N.C. correction ribbon in
PFC Gay participated in just 3 seconds
discussions concerning the
relationships between various r t" rMth the
and ethnic china
Union County Clerk Robert Driggers and County Commissioner religious groups can
and the role of military
Paul Riherd greeted <>ov. Reubin Askew and per r ribbon in i ir.1 just
sonnel in civilian communities t
running-mate Jim \\illiaim! at the RMC airport Saturday : 3 seconds.
in the U.S. and overseas.
He serves with
Headquarters and Main
1l tenance Squadron 26 at the air.'

l.- 't station A 1973 graduate of Bradford

I i1ITl : !Marine High School Corps he in joined November the If you're looking for a very special Christmas that makes typing look like professional printing.

1973. gift we'd!* !like to suggest a very special typewriter. In 3 seconds you can snap in a correction ribbon

The Smith-Corona Cartridge Ribbon 1ypewriter. that allows you to correct errors more neatly and

Sgt.Richard To Beaufort Garst It's the only electric portable with a snap-out, with less effort than ever before.

+l Oct Reports 18 Marine Sgt. snap-in cartridge ribbon system. The Smith-Corona Cartridge Ribbon 1-pewriter:
Richard G. Garst son of Mr. In 3 seconds you can snap out a worn ribbon and for Christmas. Irs the most advanced electric
and Mrs. Harold E Garst of in fresh ribbon.
Route I 1. Starke reported for snap a portable typewriter you can give.
In 3 seconds can out a black ribbon
duty at the Marine Corps Air you snap
Station Beaufort S,C. and snap in any of five color ribbons. ,.
S A former student of IilJ C M 9M/TH-CaRONA
In 3 seconds can snap in a carbon film ribbon .
School you .0" OOH OIITIOM'
+ aI Bradford County High ::
Sgt. Garst joined the Marine
i Corps in September 1970


I f J 'J ) jJi); j.ir FREE TO CALL TRANSPORTATION THE 964-8716 POLLS The Office Shop ; > .

SheriffVhitrhead confers Shevin about the recipe for. VOTE(Pol.Adv.DEMOCRATIC Paid for by? 135 W. CALL STARKE 964-63O5

with Attorney General Robert pilau B.C.Dem. En.Comm.)



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- CHURCH ACTIVITIES I WTEY- Most of the trips are a part of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
CHURCH OK GOD: Sunday am. and Worship Services, 11 the career education attended the funeral of Miss CommunityNews
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Practice V:30: p.m. Choir program. Oka lee Cason, of Raiford, at
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Methodist 7 p.m and United By Elizabeth Terry Recent vandalism incidents Lake Butler Monday
YPE and Prayer meeting 7:30: Fellowship 7:30: have resulted in an unsightly Mrs. Sophia Starling and
p.m. Wednesday.
pm. Saturday night appearance .of several doors, daughter, of Dunellon spent
FAITH BAPTIST CHUR Rev. Steitz will begin a business meeting. Mrs. Wilma birthday at the church on windows and walk-ways. the weekend with her brother-"
CII: Radio Program over Sermon series of sermons on the Wainwright then presentedthe Sunday, Oct. 20. All of her Every citizen is asked to in-law and sister, Mr. and
on the Mount. The The meeting and sisters were Jim Rosier and her
WPXE Starke 8 a.m. program. brothers report any incident they see or ,
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Sunday be first will be Nov. 3. Topic' will adjourned and luncheon was present besides a number of know about to the school or nephew and niece, Mr. and
"The served by the hostesses. and nieces and a host Mrs. Hewitt Brice. ELIZABETH
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Communion observe nephews local law enforcement of GIVENS WALKER
School on Bible Doctrine will be HIGHLAND BAPTIST: of friends. ficials. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's United Methodist Women Sunday School 9:45: a.m. NOUTUSIDE BAPTIST: attended the wedding of their SCOUT NEWS Church. Friday night Prayer
home. Prayer Meeting met at the Parsonage on Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship PERSONALSMrs. niece, Miss Elizabeth Claire Mr. Black, Boy Scout Band meeting and Junior
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Steitz Tuesday. Mrs. Olin and Mrs. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Services,11 a.m. and 7:30 Elsie Norman and her Boyer, and George Dwight representative, will be at Choir rehearsal. Saturday at 6
Study, were hostesses. Miss Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. pm. Prayer Meeting Wed- uncle,Walter Starling,went to Pritchard, at Lake Shore Greater Allen Chapel AME p.m., monthly Sunday School
GRACE UNITED METHO Arthurine Blanchard The Church was host for a nesday, 7:30: p.m.SCHOOL Floral City Sunday to visit her Baptist Church last Saturday Church to meet all adults of Conference. At 7 p.m., annual
presided Mrs. Coss
DIST: Sunday School 9:45: devotional gave the birthday dinner honoring Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Polly Ward. While evening.Mr. the Scout organization at 9 board meeting will be held
followed by the Mandy Blackburn on her 94th NEWS there Mrs. Norman went to and Mrs. Jim White p.m. All interested personsare and the yearly report will be
The response for-the PTA Bushnell Monday to visit the were guests of their cousins, invited to attend. Scoutsare made. Sunday is Pastoral
Carnival was excellent. Norman relatives and they Mr. and Mrs. Bert Vender- not to meet at this time. Day. Church School, 930.:
"Dick Stone's office budget soared Lawtey citizens can justi- returned home Monday af- miere of Rainbow Springs. Morning Worship at 11
fiably be proud of the turnout ternoon. Lynn Boch spent the CLUB MEETING Dinner served at 12:30.:
from of parents, students and other Russell Green, of Brooker weekend with his uncle and The Carnation Social & Evening Service 6 p.m.
$4,000,000 annually to over citizens.Over 525 fish suppers visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Saving Club will meet Monday :Ml. Morlah United
were served and the peak Prevatt on Thursday af Griffis and family, and Mrs. night at the home of Mrs. N1ethodistChurch, Kev Willie
$16,000,000 a year. With inflation crowd was estimated at 1,250at ternoon. Maines Griffis and children, Jessie Bell Tyson. All Stilt pastor. Choir No. 1 will
6:45.: The carnival was the Miss Arthurine Blanchardand of Palatka. While there he members invited to attend. hold its anniversary Friday

hitting everyone so hard we can't most successful financially of Brad Harper visited Miss attended the Homecoming Bradford Branch of NAACP night, Nov. I. at 8 p.m. All
any previous year. Enza Blanchard of Macclenny Football Game. will hold its November 4 choirs invited to participate.
Two new events were the last Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Hewitt Brice was a meeting at Greater Freewill Sunday services will start
afford a spender like Dick Stonein King and Queen contest and and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs heart patient in the Naval Baptist Church. All members with Church School at 10.
the Hog Raffle by donation. visited Quincy Rosier Hospital,Jacksonville,for two and interested citizens are Communion Service at 11
Washington.Jack Jamie Bradley Kindergarten, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. weeks recently. We are happyto urged to attend. Choir rehearsal is held each
and Nancy Shuford, First Rosier returned home from report that she has improved Wednesday night before the
Grade, were crowned King Alachua General Hospital of in health and is home. CHURCH NEWS first Sunday for Choir No. 1
Eckerd and Queen. Leslie Crews of Gainesville after being there Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harbinare Greater Allen Chapel AME: New Bethel Baptist Church.
will work to stop Lawtey was winner of the hog. two weeks. the proud parents of a son, Church Rev. R.G. Heastie Rev. Leroy Davis pastor..
With school settling back to Mrs. Charles Nasworthy, of born Wednesday, Oct. 23, at pastor. Class Meeting and Prayer Meeting and Bible
wasteful government spending. normal this week students Whitehouse, was a guest of Riverside Hospital, Jackson- Bible Study Tuesday night. Class, 4 p.m. Saturday
were involved in many ac her cousin Miss Arthurine ville. Friday night, October Love Sunday School 10 a.m. terminating -
tivities. On Tuesday Mrs. Blanchard, on Friday.Mr. Bobby Bennett, of Holly Feast service starting at 8 services for the day
That's Tatum and Mrs. Sexton's and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Hill, spent from Tuesday until p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Regular services will be held
why he deserves your vote. third graders were given a visited their cousin Mrs. Bea- Friday with his uncle and Communion Service, 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 10.
program on the history and trice Futch, in Gainesville, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Evening Service 5:30: with Kbcnezer Baptist Church
presentation of the flag of our Saturday afternoon. Tanner, and cousins, Mr. and communion service continued Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
country. Miss Robyn Tinsler visited Mrs. Oral Tanner, and family. Weekly services will begin
Next week several learning her parents, Mr. and Mrs. While here they visited other Family and Friends Day Thursday at 7:30: p.m. with
activities are being plannedwith Albert Tinsler, of Miami, last relatives.Mr. will be observed Sunday, Nov. Bible Class and Prayer
students going on field weekend. They gave her a and Mrs. Clyde Wain- 10, at Greater Allen Chapel Meeting. Church School. 9:30:
trips. These trips are Torena car for her graduation. wright and family of Lake- AME Church. The family a.m. Sunday, with Morning
academic in nature and will Mr. and Mrs. Lester land, spent the weekend with raising the highest amount Worship at 11. Evening Ser
VOTE TUESDAY NOV. 5th. ECKERD FOR U.S. SENATE relate to activities and units Walker met her at Fort Pierceon their mother, Mrs. Wilma over $25 will receive a prize. vice 7 p.m. Notice: The
Paid, for by the Committee, to elect Jack Eckerd to the U. S. Senate. (IR) George Patterson Treasurer being studied in the classes. the return trip. Wainwright. While here they Stewardess Board No. 2 will pastor's; anniversary will not
attended Homecoming at the hold their anniversary start Friday night.
Methodist church. Friday, Nov. 29. All membersare Pleasant Grove United
Tammy Odham is home asked to cooperate with :Methodist Church Rev Willie
after a week's stay in Brad- the activities. Stitt pastor. Wednesday night
ford County Hospital Starke, Free Canaan True Church Bible Class. Thursday night
with blood poisoning in her of God in Unity will hold their Bible Class. Church School
leg. She is the daughter of Mr. Choir Anniversary Nov. Bats Sunday 10 a.m. Morning
EveryDayLowPrice FOOD rEvcryDayLowPricc] and Mrs. Oral Tanner. p.m. The public is invited to Worship at 11. Communion
Rev. and Mrs. John Steitz enjoy the Gospel singing. Service. 3 p.m. Visitors
went Tuesday by train Elder Sampson White pastor. always welcome.
Pantry (Amtrak) to Philadelphia, Pa. Greater Bethlehem
REGULAR GRIND and of their ---------
FA IRSUPERMARKETS were guests Freewill Baptist Church Rev.
SIRLOIN Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK mother, Mrs. Marie Steitz, Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny HELP WANTED: PART TIME
Wednesday and Thursday. Tots and Ushers Board No.2met Young men and women. High
Le They went after a car which
Monday night.
school graduates. $3.17 Hr to
was stolen from them here Choir Rehearsal each
start. Uniforms furnished.
COFFEEEveryDayLowPrice earlier.They left there Friday
STEAKS STARKE Tuesday night. Wednesday Meals insurance and
morning and arrived here
night, Prayer Meeting. benefits. Paid training period.
Saturday night about 9
p.m. Thursday night the Ladies
WALNUT ST. Their son. Brad, stayed with Circle Story Hour at the Ph.Equal 9645320.opportunity Itchg employer.10/31
$ IVIRVOAV LOW NIu..C tlVINMV Miss Arthurine Blanchardwhile
A wulq/.ONU.Nr1..ca tIaD --------- --- -to.
158 THRU Nor.....1174...QUANTITYMK1HTS LB 9 9 '" Misses they Priscilla were gone.Tanner weekend with their parents

NI':,,flaud to mint I Beth Tanner, Gwen Zack, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand FREE'l'IuN51'oBT.1'rlosTI '.. : ;
!LB BAG Rhonda Bennett, Kathy family. ) .111l'nLl.S:
uLDcouPONs Teston and Linda Salazar Friends of the church and CAl.l.lMilHTlliVOTK ;
attended the football game in family were hosts at a bridal UE\lnCHXflC: !
shower for Miss Deborah (11'01.dv.. Paid for by
Maclenny Friday night.
. at the home of Mrs. I.{'. Dem. KConim".)
: Miss Priscilla Tanner was Starling
"'" Every Day LowPrkeASSORTED T EveryDayLowPriceEEFBtADe Every DayLowPrkcU. in Jacksonville Saturday Harold Starling on Monday. ----------..
attending Forensic Tourna- Oct.: 21. After playing a game
I BONELESS BEEF S.NO. 1 ment with approximately 12 of and opening her lovely gifts, HELP$43.48 WANTED: PART TIME
her students from Bradford they served cake and punch. more per
Pork Loin CHUCK WHITEPOTATOES County High School in Starke. Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville weekend. Uniforms meals
and insurance Paid training.Call .
the long
Mr. and Mrs. John Tye Jr. spent
CHOPS OAST STEAKS and family and Mr. and Mrs. weekend with her mother. 9645320 Itchg 10/31.
Tommy Talley and son of Mrs P 1 J. Dinkins. reeeeeeeHAVEYOURSAY---

South Daytona, were weekend

i c";. : .oo.r uLLDINtE LB and guests Mrs.of John their Tye parents Sr. While, Mr. * * *

A BULK here they attended the Home
iI i irON coming at the Methodist
I Church.
ErsryD/yLowPrke Every DayLowPric* Every DiylowPrke EtrcryDayLowPricc Every DayLowPrkc EreryDsytowPrks Every DayLowPrkcWMT Mrs. Russell Wood returned
OMILU ILAOI ALL VYaPOSI MtftN home from Baptist Memorial
SHOULDER Park Sh..I. I.,000.ccc. FLORIDASTEAKS Hospital, Jacksonville on
STEAKS BEEF ROAST APPLES ORANGES Wednesday after surgery. We

;|48 m:149.VNILN79< ..0 79 SI* 59 are much happy improved.Mr. to report. that she is
B q 98 .. =:: 41e AdEveryO and Mrs. Eugene 7fTUESDAY

Forsyth, of Palatka were

Iv ryDyl wr rk Y veryD ytwPrk W EvryDyLowPrk* l"ryo.yL yte Pi ke Saturday evening supper
H H MU9MLMAN ....... ..1... guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les
BREAD | c I FLOUR and Mrs. Earl Teston
JUICE '" GHAMHUIITS' CARROTS and family attended the

football game at Macclenny
.!I LI 79c-
lAG last Friday night.

.. .... Mrs. Margie Reddish and
COMPARE! OUR. and. Randall, of the State
Cor'd Beef Briskets.SIM": too: : Bottom Round i Rump Farm, and Mr. and Mrs.
$138 $169 Robert McClellan and ,
Boneless Hams .a f.-... $3" 110' I ROAST I ROAST Jeff, of Starke, were supper NOV. 5

Nr0 N" 99Sunnyl'd 4 guests of their parents, Mr.
Franks Oscar Mayer ,..a.... 20' :
.. .. and Mrs. Les McClellan, and FOR
Sausage --dESaiT 10" I 1 served ice' cream and cake
Round i Eye Round honoring their father on his
Hormel FranksN.oo:::%... ggtto": ;: $148 $189 birthday which was Tuesday
98e STEAK { ROAST night.
Orange :rs: : 18' : Mrs. O J. Phillips attendedthe

Golden Wedding An-
niversary Party for Mr. and
EveryDayLowPriceLYKES EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice10O Mrs. George Flynn Sr. at the

woman's Club Starke, on b
PANTRY PRIDE' % PUHf FLORIDA Sunday afternoon. r

CALIFORNIATOMATOES met in the annex of Grace
CHILI United Methodist church, ,:
1 .NUNN which is the temporary
WITH iEANS OR SUPERIOR 601 CANS meeting place, on Thursday
morning. The topic was
3L8 fabrics to buy for various
CELLO 6/99 garments. Each lady took a
BAG lunch which was eaten after \
the first part of the meeting. .

COMPARE D o:W.:' v.' ; Food Gift Certificates* {COMPARE .:W :. W' Kathleen(tn the afternoon Brown, Home-Miss

Boot Polish Kit ':or' 3/l/ 45. IGIVE A GIFT ..- I Pantry Pride Wipes ,.. 49c 10, Makers agent, taught the
I OF FOOD!! w ,. .,,. ladies how to cover wire coat I ,
Step Saver 310' 99c 50. :I ORDER FORMS ARE I 1 Pantry Pride Cups ':a::' 69 .. hangers with a nylon fabric. .

.......... Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch t' r
Iced Tea Mix ..."D': 69c 4> I I AVAILABLE ATPRIDE ALL STORES. ,, .- I Pantry Pride Cups 'wwa01 79c a' and sons, Christopher and >J,

Tea Bags '.,;.":'.' 89c 10. I PANTRY...,..... 'IM OINOMINATIOttt' ,.Of tt CO. I Pantry Pride Cups '0-':l:' 65c ." Bruce, of Jacksonville Beach 1 rl'
OP Dull 1 were Sunday dinner guests of f.
Iced Tea Mix 'I.1L 1 1111.,, .... 3/29c/ 11. I, I Foam Cups wnNLr: :0 59 +e. their aunt Miss Elizabeth "

'." ". 1. HALLOWEEN CANDY 9" White Plates Terry. t.ASKEWWilliAMS
Lime Detergent ; 01 48c I ; a.69< 10. Earl Phillips, son of Mr. and

Pink Detergent '"'','-:,"- 37 3. I LEWIS I LEWIS ASSORTED i I 9" White Plates "',:.::" 99c +10. Mrs. Leslie Phillips, returnedto
MAVltT MIX the Medical Center, Gainesville -
"'" 1. I CANDY :*UM INtMAftVMT 19" "" .. for GOVERNOR GOVERNOR
Pink Detergent TJ1": 48 .. .. JILLf MAN* Design PlatesAluminum ;:.r49c Sunday afternoon
H V1 T lUTTIrl CMIAM1CAHOV on Tuesday. Our love
CORN surgery
Insect Spray .:?. 88 31II. I COIINlOox I FoilFiddle M,.:U7.n 4/S1/ 20. and prayers are with him.

Dog Food7sr"679: : / ( 1 tee PKQ 55 PKQ 39* 1 Faddle '' 3/S1/ u. Starling Mr. and and Mrs.family Charles were With Your Help, We Can Keep

guests of their son-in-law and

l..ryDllyLPric. EiwryBiyLvwPrfec 1.DioylowPrice I.o.ylowt'rice EeryOyt *rPrfc W EwryOiyLowPrke daughter of Perry, on Responsible LeadershipIn
,)DUO'' '.'""..,,, L.OLOIH TOP ....,...... Saturday. While there: they

HELPERS CHICKEN SB CAKE PAN FILLETS CREAM with Mr.the and Harveys.Mrs. L. G. Wilkerson -

and children of Fort Pol. Adv. Paid for by Bradford County Democratic
.. 99C $149 ,89<< .99' 3/l Walton Beach spent the Executive Committee. Sylvia Reddish. TreasurerOdober31



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Mae D. Green l 4, The Bradford Head Start tatives to the Policy Council. Starke, and volunteer help is

tioner's attorney, CAROL WILD Center opened its doors to an Members of the Bradford needed and appreciated.
UNDER SCOTT 11 West University enrollment of 54 low-income staff are: Mrs.Jessie Jenkins, Anyone interested in volunteer -
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Avenue. Gainesville. Florida Mrs. Mae Dees Green, 82, of children in Bradford Countyon Lead Teacher; Miss Myrtes work is asked to call the

32601, and file the original Starke, died Saturday, Oct. 26.in October 1. Reeves and Mrs. Edith Smith, center at 9648342.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN answer-or pleading in the officeof Alachua General Hospitalafter t A brief orientation for the Teachers; Mrs. Margaret
that the undersigned desiring to the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin a long illness. She was I I I parents was held and refresh- McRae, Mrs. Sarah Morris,

engage in business under the and for Bradford County born in Mayo on August 18, ments were served. Mrs. Martha Myrick, Miss HELP WANTED: PART TIME -
fictitious name of BRADFORD Florida on or before Friday 1892, and was the widow of : The Parent Committee has Helen Seabolt Mr. Timothy Young men and women. High
SQUARE CENTER at number S. December 13, 1974. Lorenzo D. Green. She was a been organized and the Thompson, Teacher Aides; school graduates. 3.17 Hr. to
W. side of U. S. Hgwy. 301 member of the First United L' officers elected
Real Property at issue is as following : Mrs. Ollie Brewton, Cook and start. Uniforms furnished.
(Walnut St.), in the City of follows: Methodist Church, the President, Mrs. Lola Mrs. Fannie De Lester and Meals insurance and

Starke Florida, intends to PARCEL ONE: Woodman Circle, and the Williamson; Vice President, Mrs. Mabel Tyson, Cook benefits. Paid training period.
register the said name with the Commencing at the NW Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Shirley Johnson; Aides. Equal
opportunity employer.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Surviving is one son, InmanD. Mrs. Hazel King Visitors welcome at
corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW MN Secretary, ; are any Ph. 964-5320. Itchg 10/31
Bradford County, Florida. 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 Green, and a daughter, Treasurer, Mrs. Wanda time at the center in the RJE -- -
Dated at Mi ami, Florida,this 8th South Range 22 East and run Kirs. Elise Pass, both of vir Green. Mrs. Betty Bresee and Building on Pine Street in r

day of October, 1974. Easterly 40 ft., Southerly 339.5ft. Starke; one sister, Mrs. Mr. William Merkel were
BRADFORD SQUARE CENTER to point of beginning Henrietta Hunt, also of elected as parent represen-

continue Southerly 129.5 ft., Starke; seven grandchildren, : ..
EDWARDTRUPPMAN, M.D. Easterly 200 ft., Northerly 129.5 and ten greatgrandchildren.Funeral ST. MARK'S Clay] Fating & Construction

DONALD KAPLAN ft., Westerly 200 ft., to point of services were heldat EPISCOPAL: CHURCH
LLOYDA. MORIBER beginning and close. 2 p.m. Monday in the First 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE

KENNETH LUXENBERG United Methodist Church with Saturday, Nov. 2 9:30: a.m. I
LESLIE JAY GROSS PARCEL TWO: Rev. George L. Harper of- Gainesville Convocational! Drive Ways 'arldallreal

Attorney for Applicant Commencing at the NW ficiating. Interment was in Col. Hatcher Cited For Meeting St.Michael's.
FROMBERG, FROMBERG & corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW Crosby Lake Cemetery with Sunday, Nov. 3 8:30: a.m. Fill Dirt
ROTH, 'P.A. 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. .
Suite 19 West M-102 Flagler Street South, Range 22 East and run Home in charge. 30 Years'Service with Guard Church School; 11:00: a.m. Land Clearing LIme Rook

Easterly 209.9 ft. to point of Holy Eucharist "COM-

Miami 10/1741, Florida 11/7 33130 beginning, Southerly 110 ft., Alice EdwardsMrs. Colonel Harry M. Hatcher, Florida, and a son. Harry III, MITMENT SUNDAY. A Clay

Easterly 165 ft.. Northerly 110 Jr., (right) Florida Army who is a coach with the Tuesday, Nov. 5 7:30: p.m. : FREE K.L REEVES
ft.. Westerly 165 ft. to point of Vestry Meeting Parish ESTIMATES
National Guard, was recently Bradford County School
Alice C. Edwards, 85, OWNER
and close. House.
cited by Major General Henry
died Wednesday. Oct. 23, in a System.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- W. McMillan, the Adjutant
I'ensacola hospital after a
General of Florida, for having
short illness. Born in Ken-
A piece of land 10 ft wide
tucky on Dec. 12 1888, she wasa completed 30 years of serviceas
East and West by 229.9 ft. long
a federal employee of the lp
North and South, running from member of the Ortega ,,( t
Florida National Guard.In .

BUSSEY RE: The, Marriage Petitioner of ,FLORIE and the One Northwest to the Southerly corner of line Parcel of several ville Baptist, where Church she. had in Jackson-lived for tificate presenting of service,this General cer- ArU6tCQ"pcQ: Reubin Askew is for Forced Busing.He

Parcel Two.If years.Surviving
LEROY BUSSEY Respondent.
are two sons, McMillan commended Col. used the Governor's office to raise

NOTICE OF SUIT you fail to do so, judgmentby Charles Edwards of Pen- Hatcher for his long and faith- thousands of out-of-state' dollars to promote the
sacola, and Harvey Edwardsof ful service, dedication and Sunday Baptist Men
default will be taken againstyou forced busing of Florida's children away
To LEROY BUSSEY for relief demanded in the Starke; three daughters, perseverance, pointing out Breakfast and Meeting; 7:30: from their neighborhood schools.
: Petition. Mrs. Carrie Browning, !Mrs. that the standards of maintenance a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45: ;
Address Unknown Alice Nemeth, and Miss Elvy ( within the Florida Morning Worship at 11
WITNESS hand and seal
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat this 21 day of my October, 1974. Edwards, all of Jacksonville; National Guard ranked o'clock; Church Training, 6:15: Jerry Thomas is against Forced Busing.He
two grandchildren, and 19 among the highest in the p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30.:
an action for dissolution of nation. Col. Hatcher is holds Masters In
GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk greatgrandchildren.Funeral Monday Girl's Ensemble, a Degree Education and
marriage has been filed againstyou By: Beulah M. Moody services were heldat Director of Maintenance and a 6:30: ; Deacons Meeting, Youth favors neighborhood schools. As your Governor,

and you are required to Deputy Clerk 2 p.m. Saturday Oct. 26, in member of the AdjutantGeneral'sstaff Choir, 7:00: p.m. Jerry Thomas will work to again make the school an
of written
serve a copy your Jones Memorial with lie also servesas Tuesday Baptist Women's
10/244t 11/14 Chapel extension of the home, not of government.
defenses if to it
any on Rev. James R. Thompson the State Safety Officer. Day of PrayerExecutiveCouncil
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor officiating. Interment was in Col. Hatcher is a Rotarianand WMU 10 a.m.
Petitioner, whose address is LEGAL Conner Cemetery. is immediate past Business Meeting and
president of (the Starke Rotary Helen
I will not be responsible for Program at 10:45.:
995 Starke. Florida, 32091, and bills made by ............................. Club and is currently servingas Masters Group will have the
file the original with the Clerk of anyone other
than myself. the district governor's program and Lorena Ep
the above-styled Court on or FREE TRANSPORTATION representative to (the North person Group will be in chargeof JERRYTHOMASr "
before November 18 1974, TO THE POLLS Florida area. He is a memberof covered dish luncheon. ,
otherwise a judgment may be 4tp 111474TO -Lavon Lane CALL!)II('> 1-87 the First Baptist Church. Honored guests at luncheonwill '

entered against you for the relief VOTE DEMOCRATIC:: He resides on East Call be Mrs. Alma Hough and

demanded in the Petition. I vPol.(. Adv. Paid for by Street with his wife May. Mrs Dea Wilson; Junior r .

WITNESS my hand and the B.C. Dem. Ex..: Comm.) They have two children, a Choir, 3:20 p.m.Wednesday ,, + "

seal of of October said Court, 1974.GILBERTS.on. the 15th WHOM IT ............................. daughter Gayle, a student at Family Night : ,# '
the University of South Supper, 6:15: : ; Sunday School '

MAY CONCERN Workers Meeting, R.A., G.A.. ,
BROWNAS World (Friends, Acteens FOR GOVERNOR \ ;
CLERK OF SAID COURT Pursuant to Public Law 92- CARDOF THANKS BROOKERIN Mission Friends,6:45: ; Hour of '
By: Donna M. Bransen 500 Section 401 (la) ((1)), Federal The kindness of 7:30 Church > '
neighbors Power : p.m. a Governor afford
you can u ,
Deputy Clerk Water Pollution Control Act
and friends in our recent Choir Practice. 8:15: p.m. 'I' ;
10/1741 1117NOTICETO/ ((1972 Amendments), this "
sorrow will always remain BRIEFBy ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m.
agency has received an application with us as a precious memory.Our t. ., t. "
BIDDERS for certification that the sincere thanks and Ben P. Bryant, Pastor FO. POl. ADV. Paid for by Jerry Thomas C mp.igo Fund top.RE ,tt
following project (s) will comply gratitude for all (those com- Jeannette Prescott

Notice is hereby given for with the applicable water quality forting acts.
standards of the State of Floridaas
sealed bids to be submitted to The family of Richard PHYSICAL ED
the School Board of Bradford prescribed in Chapter 17-3, Chambers, Jr. In the Run-for-Fun mile
Florida Code.
County Post Office Drawer 939 Administrative championship this week, Pete

Starke, Florida 32091, until 7:30: Hodge and Linda Manningwere
PROJECT NO.: 10-39-2975
p.m., on the day of November NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR (the winners.
11, 1974, for the furnishing of all TAX DEED Powder Puff Football ELECT
materials machinery, labor, and Conference CenterDESCRIPTION League': Linda Manning'steam
equipment for: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ( was in first place and

: that C.C. Anderson the holder of Jill Hayes' team was second.

Fencing and Hydraulic Lift To install floating dock the following certificates has Siclia Starling's team placed

Bradford Operations Center, structure to enclose swimmingarea filed said certificates for a tax third. DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER
School Board of Bradford about 150ft. 'x 125-ft. deed to be issued thereon. The Boys Football League
County, Starke, Florida David team is
within Crystal Lake in Section 6, certificate numbers and years of
TBS. R23E, Clay County.All issuance the description of the leading, with Randy Hauler-
at which time Bids will be property, and the names in son's team in second place.

publicly opened and read aloud. interested are which. it was assessed are as Pete Hodges' (team is third.
Bid received after the time persons
hereby informed that this follows: OF AGRICULTUREI
and date specified herein will not agency is considering the Cerfiticate No. 106 Year of CARNIVAL REPORTWe

be considered. issuance of a certification to the fesuance-1972. Description of had a very successful
Plans Specifications, and applicant. Property-SEVi' SW'/4 EX N Halloween Carnival with at

Contract Documents may be Interested persons are hereby 165 FT. SEC: 23, T-8 S, R22E. least 500 turning out to participate ( -
examined' in the office of the notified that objections be Name in which assesed-Duf Everyone had lots of fun
Owner (School Board of
Sullivan.All and excitement. Details will
filed within 20 days from date of
Bradford County, Post Office this publication. Objectionsmust of said property being in appear in a later edition.

Drawer 939. Starke, Florida be submitted in writing to the County of Bradford. State of
32091)), and at the office of DonR. Rorida. PERSONALSSympathy
the below address and
must ,
Morgan, Architect, P.A. extended the
supported by evidence which Unless such certificate or is to 4'r
(Post Office Box' 987, Green would indicate that the subject certificates shall be redeemed family of Nello Hornsby for
Cove Springs Florida). law the loss of their loved one.
projects( ) would have an adverse according to the property
Plans and Specifications may effect on water quality described in such certificate or Local members of the family
be obtained as follows: will include his son-in-law and
standards of the above certificates be sold to the
Upon receipt of $10.00, two described waters. highest bidder at the courthouse daughter Mr. and Mrs. Olen

sets of Plans and Specificationsfor Details of the locations and door on the 9th day of Folk: and children, Debra

this Project will be forwarded plans for the above projects( ) December, 1974 at 11:00: a.m. Wayne, and Teresa.
collect. If Plans and Specifications We regret that David Prescott -
and other relevant informationmay Dated this 28th day of Oc-
are returned in good condi- be examined' at this office tober. 1974.GILBERTS.. had an accident last -
tion, within ten days after
Saturday got his leg
between 8.00 a.m. and 4:30:
receipt of Bids the full depositwill BROWN CLERKBy broken. He is in Alachua
p.m. Monday through Friday.
be refunded. Beulah M. Moody General Hospital and would
NOTE: All requests for Plans
enjoy having visitors.
Office of Dredge and Fill Deputy Clerk
and Specifications shall be made Clerk of Orcuit Courtof Prayer List: Mrs. Amanda
through the office of the Architect Lewis. Ercell Edwards,
State of Florida Bradford County, Florida
Dept. of Pollution Control (Eugene Crosby Orvil
Each Bid submitted shall be
2562 Executive Center Circle 10/31 4t 11/21 Brook ins.
accompanied by a cashier'scheck

Five or bid Percent bond in of the the amountof Bid Tallahassee Montgomery, Florida Building 32304 I HAVE ALWAYS APPRECIATED THE SUPPORT OF MY

Bible Answers
payable to the School Board of :

Bradford County. It 1031IN BRADFORD COUNTY AND NOW

licensed to do business in the II Kings 20:15:

state listed of by Florida the United and shall States be THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Authority? There must be authority in every business or in ASK YOU TO VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT MY CANDIDACYFOR

Treasury Department. Surety FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL stitution.A .
Company shall also, comply CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
General Conditions and Supple- recognition of the true status of each person in the family

mentary General Conditions, of h Re: Estate of PETER RAF- (1)( ) The husband, is the head of the wife I Eph. 5:23): ). ((2)) The

the above Specification.Jim FONY, deceased. wife is the keeper at home (Titus 2:51.: ) ((3)) Children should COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.

obey their parents(Col. 3.20)). ((4)) Parents should train children
Temple. Superintendent NOTICE OF FILING FINAL in the nurture and the admonition of the Lord I Eph. 6:4): )


THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Good influence? Influence lives when we are dead (Rev.
CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Notice i is hereby given that I If 14:13): ) ACCESSIBLE CABINET OFFICER.
f have filed my final report as
COUNTY, FLORIDA executor' of the estate of PETER Hospitality? Romans 12:13:
RAFFONY, deceased; that I

In re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE have filed my application for Good literature?As a person"thinketh in his heart so is he"
dstribution and for final
JARVIS Petitioner, and MARIE (Proverbs23:7): ).And as a person reads, he thinks.
discharge and that on
JAMS Respondent.
November, 1974, I will applyto
the Honorable Wayne M. Wholesome amusement?
Carlisle, Circuit Judge of
Bradford County, Florida for Good Associates? I Cor. 15:33: "Be not deceived: Evil companionships
Marie Jarvis
: approval of said final returns and corrupt good morals."
2037 E. Baltimore St. .
for an order of distribution and
Baltimore, MarylandLast for final discharge as executor of Southaide Church of Christ
( Known Residence)
deceased.the will of Peter Raffony, 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 ,

October 28 1974
Petition for Dissolution of Send questions to Schedule of Services
Marriage has been filed against GEORGE H. PIERCE Casey A Carlisle Sunday
you in the above-named Court, Executor Minister 10 a m able' Study Paid political advertisement paid for by Colin English, campaign
and you are required to serve a Rt 3, Box 58 11 a.m Worship
copy of your answer or pleadingto Slarke. Fla.
10'/3/ 4t 11/21 60 m. Worshio
the Petition on the Peti
I treasurer"J.

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The Starke girls 4-H Club J

met last Thursday to begin its 1
of project work.
fourteen girls attended the ..1

meeting and selected ........ \. '

pro acts. There will be four

project groups meeting with FOR RENT: New 3 BR 2 bath 12 FOR SALE Two\ mobile homes INSURANCEAT

leaders: Sewing I Mrs.. Judy FOR SALE Comer lot. Near x 65 Mobile Home in Lawtey. and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 Davidson
and Mrs. Barbara Post Call 7823806. 10/31 model; One-3 bedroom 1972 REDUCED RATES
Norman Office and New Itchg
Wheeler leaders'I;I Sewing II GALE J Shopping Center. $100 down -- --- ------ White model.964-6114tfchg Cash or financed. J.B. 2698 I AUTO, FIRE, BOAT I Mobile Home Park

Mrs. ce Joiner, $30 per month. Owner at 514 FOR RENT: 2BR, 12 x 60 Mobile DOYLE E, CONNER
--- ---
leader; Cooking-Baking Mrs. N. Clark St. 1tp 10/31 home. Cell 964-5261. Itp PLUS TAX & TAG INSURANCE AGENCY In City Limits
Evelyn ; ---
-------- 10/31
Crocheting Mrs. Brenda FOR SALE Quality baby beef FOR SALE TCHG $30 Per Mos
Two\ lots with 2 &3 ------- -----
leader. for your freezer BYRON DUCE&
Fertig, at bargain
bedroom trailers, in Waldo. FOR RENT 2 BR trailer SR-
: on
The project groups meet Wainwright WNewCenter
CaD 468-1211, Mrs. Copeland. *""
after 7 225 mile west of SR16. $80 Branch
weeks. Memberswill Phone
every two p.m. 964-7835. 10/31 4tp 11/21 $ SAVES
be having fun while they 1tp 10/31 ---- monthly. 964-5161ltp_ 10/31 393 "N Temple Avenue Shopping
-- ------ ---
----------- VERNIE P. ODOM City Gas Water t a Sewer
learn. FOR SALE: 6 by 9 FRED
rugs $4.50, 9 DAVIS
We feel that 4-H is a worthwhile Associate
activity for the youthof FOR SALE Electric Pencil by 12 12 rugs $7.98. Also 12 by AutomobilesUsed 964-7700 or 964-5476 GMC TRUCKS On 301 South
and 12 by 15 In stock.
sharpeners 3 different styles
county to learn and BUICK PONTIAC
participate our in activities that in stock handy for home or Dahmers Hundreds to choose from at Frame house and 1 acre good "A LITTLE RIDE CAN Jolu I Motel I
office. For sale at The Discount. tfchg. terms
Office 13500.
will help them in
grow Shop. -----------_ SAVE YOU A LOT" TF 964.8810
leadership, citizenship and
- - FOR SALE Stevens 12 FOR 2 acres Rd.
personal development. We gauge SALE Ford Couriour 18 on 230 with 2

need more adults to assist us FOR SALE double barrel gun and 410 months old. Low mileage houses, close to Country Club,
In providing these activites. U pigs Ap- shot gun. Excellent condition. $2000. Jimmie Gaskins. 782- $18,000. owner will hold mtg
prox. 40 Ibs.
$20 ea. In
would be able to volunteera 964.572410/24 3tchg 11/7 3162. Itp 10/31
you Hampton _
1tp 10/31 ---- ------- 29 acres, 1 house, 1 house CflRDlH BROS.Specializing
few hours each month ---- --- trailer
please call me. Clubs are ------- YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, FOR SALE 1963 Mercury 2 with Bessent Rd. frontage, 376-4551 .

Forming in all communities at FOR SALE 8 x 41 2 Bedroom layaway now for Xmas at door. Excellent Condition. Air owner will hold mtg at 5% 4222 NW 13th St.

this time. trailer $1500. 'Call 533-2981. Dahmers Discount tfchg. Conditioner. $300 call 533- Gainesville In
Itp 10/31 ------------ 216 acres with some 1-10
2096. After 5 1tp 10/31
------------ frontage with 145 acres ,in
-- ---- ---
PRESERVESKumquats FOR SALE planted pines in Columbia HEAVY EQUIPMENT
County Exc Terms.
on my back yard cows. Heifers and bull calves.

trees are almost ripe and I'm J.B. White. Phone 966114 WEEKEND PHONE 964-6750

thinking about making or 964-8775. tfchg Many brands of new vacuums t LOST ANa fOUNDLOST Office location space for rent, good I 1/76

marmalade and preserves. ----------- $39.00 up. Used machines CAMPERS

Maybe varieties you of citrus are, ,too.including Many FOR SALE: Tapes. 3M from $10. Expert Repairs all APPLEAN BROWN P.0. Box 128 STARKE,FLA.

oranges grapefruit double stick 1,2 inch, and makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Male walker, slipped Associate Suwannee River Ponderosa -

calamondins, and kumquatsare 3 Inch wide magic tape. all vacuums. Built in collar west on Rd. 100. Has 964-7955 Campground near Ste-

suitable for marmalades Also Mashing/ Tape, 3Y< central vacuum cleaning BG3 tattooed in ear. Reward.Ph. phen Foster Memorial.

jellies, and preserves. Citrusis Inch I inch, I iy 2 Inch, systems. 712 N. Main, 9646212. 1tp 10/31- Canoeing on the river, BLArVTDINO "N'TI1.WALL' l PAPERWHOLESALE

usually nigh in natural and 2 inch tape. All at The Gainesville 376.7110TFMISCELLANEOUS_ -- -- ---- relaxation, picnicking.

pectin and acid, and when Office Shop. --- ------ Tenting Ir full hookup. Our BLAta'D'

sugar is added in the right ----- ------- LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal facilities include game I l
j Estate room TV room, store 'laundromat ING !
amounts a successful product WANTEDWANTED
FOR SALE 12 foot
( ) 2.3806
Phoneanytime)7 and pool.
results. .RFDUL
fishing boat $200. 5 Y.a hor- r 1 1SAWS

sepower fishing motor $100. Call Scott Blocker ft. ,isienPdinHV i
COOK IN Excellent condition. Ph. 964- Tung Oil/ Paint Products
SMALL AMOUNTSFor 7767 or 473-2074. 10/31 2tp : Used portable T.V. 3 BR. 1 Bath large frame homein Name Enu1d.< 'Jpaptrs'
best results in making 11/7 Sets at Dahmers Discount city 17500. 391.5551

marmalade or jelly use small SHARPENED, work tfchg. ..
------------ Fla. net BLm iuuBLu4- ---38o-S065
of citrus and cook guaranteed. Call 964.7509 2 BR 1 bath CB 4p., White Spgs 11/14 <
amounts or - - -- excellent 11/21
FOR SALE-Do Jacksonville Fla 32210
rapidly. Three cups of stock is Mobile Home you lot want with a huge well, leave at Jackson Building condition good location good I
all that should be used at one Supply Starke or Keystone terms 1
septic tank and light pole for

delicate time in order flavor to and preserve color. You the $100 down? Then go East on -Heights- -tfchg.- - t Motorcycles J 3 BR 1 bath Brick home with OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
Road 16 to City limits sign, PumpsNew --
refrigerate, can or family room Lawtey area :"\
can simply then go North on graded road REAMES HEATING SERVICE.We HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606
freeze citrus in the pulp stage and look for sign on left. Call service and install all gas itJl ,

for later use. L.G. Dail, 964-7591, Dempsey and oil appliances. Get your And UsedSALES I Itl'
: ::
need STARKE CYCLE 237:
When to CENTER
Motel. 10/31 3tp 11/14 heater cleaned now. Call 964- ,
use a sauce pan that is at least 773010/24 4tchg 11/14 N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, 20 A in pasture electricity 2 FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
---- ---- ----
5 times larger than the Your authorized HODAKA \wells $24,500 terms PARTS OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
-- ------ ---
amount of stock used. For GARAGE SALE Furniture, dealer tfchg. SERVICE PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'S
appliances & odds & ends. MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also 60 A farm, 3 BR home, 2 BR MH
of stock ---- TF
three ------ -
should cups Cat! 964-5690 for mobile fish will divide DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
directions to huuicane an- pond terms.
be put a 4 quart
FOR SALE Honda SL 175
sale. 1tp 10/31 choring and mobile home roof -
capacity sauce This is so Plumbing Supplies
pan. Street Trail Excellent $475 -
-- -
---- Olin's MOBILE
coating. Home
the product won't boil over
Phone 964-6773. Itp 10/31
"' during Vapid cookingn'veTiad: GARAGE SALt Refrigerator, Service. 964-5600, Rt.100 W. Associate EXPERT SERVICEON '
-- -- --
this experience .and "won't small appliances, clothing -' Slarke, Fla. tfchg <* Phone 964-5145 YOUNGCO.
odds & ends. Sat. FOR SALE CL 125 Honda 1 .
forget again to use a sauce Nov. 29 - - ALL MAKES
pan that is really extra big! a.m. 1098 Colley Road. Itp DO YOU NEED TREES MOVED? year old, good condition. 1011
10/31 Will W. Madison. See 5 to 8 week PHONE 964-7O61 Vacuum Cleaners
cut & move trees from
TEST FOR days. 10/31 3tp 11/14
----------- Ph. 964-8682.
your property. Used Machines s1000 Up
JELLING POINTA -- -- -- DurrancePUMP
FOR SALE LOT high and dry 101 4tchg 11/21 CAL'S PLUMBING
regular candy thermometer located "Five Oaks" near Repair and Construction.All New & Rebuilt Kirby
----- & SUPPLY co.
or jelly thermometer
Starke Golf course on road work done by Licensed

results assures when you making of good a 230. 19ff x 126' culverts and ECONOMY REMODELING HOME Service t HELP WANTED j Plumber. Phone 9646947. 864N. TEMPLE AVE. Expert Repair Service All Makes
drive off of hard road. Well, 1024.74 16tp 11675.
marmalade or jelly without pump and tank included. Ucensed Electrician, Car & Models
added pectin. You can also usea pentry, Plumbing, Mobile
sheet test. Simply dip a Electricity! already on lot. Home Repairs and Hook up. 117 N. Walnut 964.8787 Starke, Fla
available. 9647767or Well Drilling
HELP : -
Emergency service. 964-8087.
spoon in the boiling syrup. As
10/31 11/7
4732074. 2tp and
10/31 Young men women. High
2tchg 11/7
the boiling fruit and
sugar -- -- --- -- school graduates. $3.17 Hr. to We now have a futltime appliance Fast Rotary
-- ---- ---- -
mixture nears the jellying
point, it will drop from the FOR SALE: Used solid body WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE start. Uniforms furnished. repairman for all your Drilling EquipmentFor GUITAR

side of the spoon in 2 drops. Gbson guitar with Gibson pasture of any size. Call 964- Meals, insurance and repair needs.

When the drops run togetherand amplifier at Dahmers 6076 after 5 p.m. 10/31 2tp benefits. Paid training period. Badcocks HEADQUARTERS
Equal employer. Call Gibson
slide off the spoon in a Discount tfchg. 11/7 Ph. 964-5320.opportunity Itchg 10/31 964-5289 2" Thru 6" WellsCall
sheet, the jelly is finished and ---- ------ -- ----------- ...,
,' .. : :: .
i ; 'm
----- -- Us For ;
should be removed from the' PLANTS FOR SALE Collards, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS r" GUITAR 1 f
heat immediately. Cabbage Broccoli, 964-7959 or 9645148. 10/3 HELP WANTED: PART TIME Your Water System Needs Ramona --..........;. PLAYERS .:-;

Cauliflower and Brussels 13tp 12/26 $43.48 and more per ; .
Blvd. STUDIO :;:;
-- ---------- weekend. Uniforms, meals 0
SAFETY PRECAUTION Sprouts$1.50 per hundred. In BRASINGTONCADILLAC.OLDSMOBILE 9547061Durrance / : and the 1 v
Warm damp weather and Hampton can 4681315. 1tp LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast and insurance. Paid training.Call AMERICAN :
;;;; ::,
insects make extra 10/31 with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. 9645320. Itchg 10/31 SALES& SERVICE Pump T.Cati. oFl NOrmondy MOll ;; MUSIC STORE }',

precautions necessary if jelly, ------------ REDUCE excess fluids with XPel --- --- -- Supply d .: .X: :;; :::::**;.s.-t.:?
of Used Cars
marmalades or preserves are $3. Koch Drug's 9/12 Fine selection' COME VISIT' US...
FOR SALE 1973 12 x 60 Shelby ...- Taken On Cadillac Trades Developers Of
to be kept for any length of Stchg 10/31 j Normandy Blvd.
2 BR Trailer. 782-3670. after 5 2001 N.W. 13th 378-5301
time. It is important to use -- ------- -- Under Ground Water
standard glass canning jars WILL BABY SIT in my home, Ave.
N. Temple
that have an airtight seal. ------------ any age, Monday thru Friday. ..... 864 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080

Paraffin does not provide a FOR SALE One 10,000 gallonand Call 964-8494. Itp 10/24 -- Starke Fla. (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall)
good enough seal to insure fuel ---- ---- Sales & Service TFN
one 2,000 gallon FOR SALE-2 BR 12 x 65 Mobile & Carry Tires
against mold or insect tank. Pump included. $1,500. LAWN MOWERS repaired Home, no equity, take up
damage, particularly in our Phone 473-4907, 8 a.m. to 5 Phone 9648436. 10/24 4tp payments of$85 monthly. Call 412 E. CALL

warm, humid weather. p.m. rflw 10/24 11/14 Bunnell 437-2355, no collect TIRES r Long Champ Boyd Soul Brother and Day
Marmalades, fruit butters,
----------- -- ------ ---- calls. 10/31 2tchg 11/7
and preserves that are In- I' and Mite Janitorial Services
-------- - FRONT END
tended for long storage shouldbe FOR SALE: Home and.
processed in a boiling Lake lot $5.000, 5 BR, 2 bath All makes cleaned oiled and FOR SALE -2 BR house 423 W. I & have merged; to bring you

water bath canner for about 10( home $27,500 3 BR home adjusted, $7. All work Center Street. Fenced yard, BRAKE SERVICE Building MaterialsWE ]

minutes. This precaution $9,000,13 acres with pond & guaranteed. James near school. Phone 1-384- BUILD A complete line of services With a larger, more ex

helps to prevent spoilage, and 63 acres near Raiford $1,350an Strickland, Morgan Road and 4605 Jacksonville. Itp 10/31 964.5800 perienced staff to meet your needs promptly
retains both the natural color acre. Ray Powell Broker.Ph. SR16. Ph. 964-8733 or' 782- --------- QUALITY TIRES & ["YOUR PLANS OR OURS HomeBusiness
496-3033 or 496-3861. 3189. Also scissors ) Industry
and flavor. FOR SALE: 1973 12 x 60 Shelby SERVICE FOR LESS YOUR LOT OR OURS'
Floors Carpets -Windows Etc.
tfchg 2 BR Trailer. 782-3670 after 5
3 bedroom trim. In town -- ---------- -- p.m. TFN FREE ESTIMATES Renew the beauty of your trailer home,roof, patio or

"ooo with terms -- -------- REMODELING REPAIRS pool.
FOR SALE 38 Snub nose I
Revolvers $49.96. 22 hand tfchgGENT ADDITIONS Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam

2 bedroom frame, south of guns from $19.95, 357 l BRICK I JIMMY MOORE'S and-or chemical
$12,800 Magnum $115.00. Dahmers Sun Sports Lawns and hedges cut-yard maintenanceJunk
Discount. tfchg 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine TRADED

3 bedroom, 2 bath, new ------------ Rm., Kit., Carport Nice part of MORE BOAT FOR [ ACREAGE FOR SALE and scrap removal from homes or stores
house In town. $2J,'00
Brick town. YOUR MONEY TF
FOR SALE By owner on FOR RENT 3BR unfurnished 964-6853
North orange St. nice three house. $140.00 per STARKE PH Painting interior and exterior
3 bedroom brick. In bedroom, two baths, central mo. Call '''-7467, It 10/31: George Roberts Real Estate 964-S.791 HWY 3O1 S. STARKE TF

Lawtey. $33,500 heat car port and utility 964-7826 or 964-6693 COMPLETE OUTBOARD & '**?*+**+&*&*** 964-8359 964-5425

4 bedroom 2 bath, new room. Large corner lot. Easy STERN DRIVE SERVICE
terrrw after down payment, FOR RENT: Nicely furnished BRING NEW If
home on Vi acre. $22,500 will finance balance. Call 533- apartment Heat & Air. AND REPAIR LIFE TO YOURCARPETING Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof
226210/242tp 10/31 9645735. A.J.Thomas, Realtor COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
2 small farms. One on 2Vi Couple only 621 N. Walnut St. REPAID
-- --------- 10/31 Carpet CleaningNot
acres the other on 11 acres Tel. "44U2Va CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING
SALE Case pocket knives ------------
BOATS Revive the original beautyof
W. also' have 'Urge now at Dahmers Discount FOR RENT 12' wide mobile: Block and 4 frame your rugs. Cleaned in Foam Shampooing or SteamingSoil

acreage mobile homes tfchg homes outside city limits. J.B. houses for sale, an excellent your own home
business, and commercial' ------------ White. Ph. 9646114. If no buy In City. Service by Von Schrader Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap

Pe.perUesFRED FOR SALE Itahaca 12 gauge answer call 964 fI175. tfchg. M & M Sales & dry-foam method.Nomuss.Nofuss... ,t I, and water and almost immediately ready for use.
Choke $75 964- 2 brick mercantile buildings I
SACKE7-REALTOR, Pump - - No odor.Use the
206 N.Temple(US-301)) 6773. Itp 10/31 In down town Starke. .NEW & USED same day. We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments -
FOR RENT:Two bedroom frame Is. for earlier than ,
..9t14fB22Nha4681753 ------------ where the action no September 20 1974.
house partly fumed $75 Sewing Machines Allworkgueranteed

Beautiful' lot on Sampson mo. Phone 4854743. Large and small acreages. To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet

Lake. Graham Fla. No collect calls. Vacuum Cleaners Phone for FREE j cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their' carpet
Itp 10/31 New masonry homes with cleaning for Half Price
FREE TRANSPORTATIONTO Call Bill Powell ----------- the 'latest in home construction __Parts( Repairs estimate

CALLM48744VOTE THE POLLS Real' Estate FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency Small Down All Makes today. In addition we now feature odor removal' and Scotch

DEMOCRATIC! ,64-6464 apt. $70 per month. 2 BR Payments. gard protection.

(Pol.Adv.Paid for by Ralph Bryan unfurnished month. Ph. house 964-8404.$110 Itchg per Older homes with acreage. Call 964-6210 M & M Sales & Service 964-8359 964-5425

B.C. Dem.Ex.Cornm.) Associate 10/31 Kindly let us show .m. 444 Q Starke Plaza" 904-6210 444 Q Sterk. Platt

4-4ioa ------------ I 9/29. T chg. 11/14

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: 'presentsTreats .
Boudoir Lamp sa.95" ,..... rv

r r.. r : r o r : r l '1 s r Frog Band $4.50 __ __
: Hamilton Beach Popcorn Popper $12 :

PRESCRIPTION WORTH? : Aquarium BirdCage $11.98$9.98 .lit. 1 ..

T : KOCH'S DRUGS : For All Children
About half of them cost $3.25 or less, the Polaroid Camera $20.00 *
average price of all of them Is about $4.50 and (u P to 12 yrs)
tt of course some of them are $6.00 or more. LEILA'S DRESS SHOP *
Gift Certificate $25.00 : ... !!!!!
But, how do you really estimate the value *
.. ...... Cold I
of the modern medicines that are helping add If-
many years to almost every life? How muchIs : Al
a three day cure for pneumonia worth, or Afro Wigse.P Spray-Shampoo. If- Fish
Panty $22.00 ,..
U almost Immediate relief from a kidney infection ,..
? When you are sick: get a prescription MALLARD'S 5 8 10 *
from your physician. You get well quicker and Dusting Powder-Soap Pufs-Bubbling Bath Oil- : Between 6-7 P.M. Thursday
save both time and money. It Center Piece-Candle Set ,..
when need We will deliver *
you a delivery. .
promptly without extra charge. A great many *
people rely on us for their health needs. We Your Life Come 0tam I
welcome requests for delivery service and charge *
accounts. ,.. ..
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DRUG STORE Retirement we un I 70)
derstand is great if you are .1oi/sF/:
PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS busy rich and healthy. But

166 W Call w-io-2-74 starke, Fla. then under those conditions,
-- work is great too. AUCTION DAYS pantsuitswithaflair

:RD; RB R; M!J tiatM W-8&R I a n.R McClure Bill Syndicate Vaughan Bell

ESTABLISHED 1904sack.od 2 L SALE L $27 to $32

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