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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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.; I r sweep that gained the party 50 more seats in the House:; ,
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'' Union Moving six in the Senate, and six more governorships in an

( election that registered voter discontent with inflation,

,, recession, and Watergate.
; I' q rJ Bradford went down the line for Democrats in every

Into Garbage contest on the ballot, aiding the statewide victories that

: __ kept Republican candidates from winning. any contested

office. Fifty-two percent of the rounty's 5,985 voters went Ito t

";! __ I. ': : the polls.Governor .
; PlanLAKE
Pick '
I Up Reubin Askew! carried Bradford by a narrow I ucilities ,,(ht'l.th.11I
margin of 200 votes with a roads This pallel'nHI'
.. BUTLER Takingthe Tuesday, after it was discovered surprising show of strength by lol lowed in stalt.'ldc'uting..
plunge Tuesday, Union that the item of his Republican opponent, with all amendments passing
County Commissioners went equipment did nut meet speci- Jerry Thomas. Askew carried except No. 2. which appearedto
'I into the garbage business at a fications as advertised. Speci- ten precincts for a total of be defeated by a narrow
cost of$42,745 to pick it up and fications called for 15 inch 1,655, to Thomas' seven margin

haul it and then spent $70,768for <( a dragline to cover it. Incomplete state returns :No. I I. Extending and I
gave Askew 930,690: votes to widening the scope ol I the
Bids the disposal
on garbage -

i received equipment at last had month'sregular been 3 Caught Thomas'the 594,074.In U.S. .Senate race. present imnding program school construction:( For 1.342.: .

meeting of the com- Bradford favored the winner, against( 744.
Democrat Richard Stone with No. 2 txtt.'ndml't'ollli: !\ !
missioners, but awards were
not made until Tuesday, 1,655 votes, carrying every gas tax' : "' 01'lIi\ :3. IKIIMS|
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November 4. county precinct. Republican ,
A loan application in the Robbing Jack Eckerd scored 901, and No. 4 Placing (i.inic
This Lake !Butler Middle School: float wasn't a winner In the way to the state play-offs In Class 2A after a 70-0 skinning of amount of $75,000 to financethe American Party candidateJohn Commission under legislative(
L'lIS homecoming parade but it aptly depicts the Tiger foot- the Interlachen Hams. For more on Union County sports see purchase of the equipmentwas Grady, 438. control: "For 1.413.: against..
ball situation. Union's undefeated gritlilrrs appear on their Telegraph sports page. approved by letter from Statewide it appeared that (>!95.
Market Eckerd might have won over :No. 5- Enlarging power ol
the North Central Florida Re-
:
Stone except for the can Judicial Qualifications'
gional Planning Council on of who is CommissionKnr: I l.4ii.i:
Pam Parrish Crowned QueenOf October 21, with subsequent Three men were arrested didacy believed to have Grady pulled con- against ;350.No. ; ),
be later
approval to made by
early Wednesday morningafter .
servative votes from Eckerd. : (Ii Allowing( .|omlownership
the F'arm Home Administration. robbing the Li'I Champ
giving Stone the edge. In- and construction ol
Store on North US-301 according electrical
Pal of the FHA told complete state returns gave energy generatingunil
Hunter
,
to the Starke Police
Stone 648,669, Eckerd 615.216. transmission facilities:
Union High HomecomingLAKE tho''commissioners that a Department.All and Grady 230.S82.:. For I.UIIi(>: against \917
review of for
application three arrested
were For State Senate District 6, No 7 Bunning
indicated the later
approvalwould armed robbery by Starke Bradford gave Democrat discrimination/ against
.. be forthcoming since it Policeman Lane Sibley when
Kenneth H. ) MacKaya physically handicapped
(Buddy
BUTLER The 1974- Emma Lou Perry, daughterof "" that of
pledge
appeared a he drove right into the middleof of "For 1,725.:
: : against
three-to-one majority persons
75 Homecoming Queen of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson ;1 racing commission and the robbery.
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Union County High School is Perry of Providence. Her revenue sharing funds were Arrested were Kenneth 2,214 to 711 for his Republican >

Pam Parrish, daughter of escort was Charles McGray sufficient. Grady Oliver 18 of Lawtey; opponent.MacKay also Charles won E. in Curtis.the

Mrs. Armontine Osborne of Regina Phillips daughter of Truxmore' Industries was Ailey Wayne Walling, 27 of three
district by the same to
Lake Butler, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Ted Phillips of awarded a purchase contract Starke and Oscar Reynolds one margin.. Demos
Thomas Jefferson Parrish Sr. Lake Butler She was escortedby :,:1 for a 23 cubic yard compactor Oliver, 49 of Lawtey. Other statewide winners,

Miss Parrish, 16, was pre- Billy Ray Smith. truck and body in the amountof Sibley was headed south on likewise favored here were:
sented a bouquet of red roses $23,445 and for 60, three cub US-301 when he passed the of State Bruce A.
Secretary :
from last Senior sponsors elected by : yard containers, at $305 each store and saw Oscar Oliver Win 8
year's homecoming Smathers (Dem.i 2,245 over
queen, Ella Mae Maxwell. Her their classmates, presentedthe 4x.. ; i.li\\ : totaling $18,300. The total cost walking out with a shotgun. James A. Sebesta ( ) 7'7.
Rep.
escort was Terry Hamilton. contestants with a bouquetof ,. ";.r j! ; ;", of the package deal is $42,745. Then he pulled in front of him Comptroller: Gerald Lewis'
pink roses. Senior sponsorsare : ., The commissioners specified, and made him surrender the W.H.
Dem. ) 2,387 over
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The Homecoming Queenwas : however, that purchase is still In UnionLAKE
of gun.Sibley Muntzing (Rep.) 589.Commissioner
Riherd
Shelley daughter
selected by the student contingent upon final loan saw a car spinningthe of
body Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Riherd approval which is expected in tires away from the store D. BUTLEKth
Education: Ralph
of Lake Butler ',. a very short time.M. before he pulled in then saw
Other homecoming contes- Vicki Reddish, daughter of Turlington Dem. 2,343 over just under 1.211I1'olt.'rs gomnto ;
D. Moody and Sons of the car come back around to
Carl M. Kuttler (Rep.) 601. t the polls Tuesday. Union:
tants Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish
were:
awarded
Jacksonville was a pick Oliver up. The two in the of the
Commissioner County joined in
of Raiford.
purchase contract for the car were then arrested and
Jack Musseau, son of Mr. dragline on their low bid of charged with armed robbery.Six Agriculture: Doyle Conner Democratic victory raid in

.'.::..".':t.-t.-... -............... ".;:.' :..j. and Lake!Mrs.Butler.G. B. McCray of $70,768. A representative from cars have been stolen in Webb(Dem.()Rep.2,387) 585.over Donald eight decided.of the nine rates!
told the commis-
the
1jr Waum (frier4 Mark Richardson, son of sioners company that the new dragline the last six weeks and eight Public Service Com- Ex-Democrat Jerr.v
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas would be delivered to the juveniles have been arrested mission: William H I, Bevis Thomas who switched to the
.
Richardson of Raiford. during the period for the cars (Dem.) 2,213 over Noel R.1
.:r \ :0',: 'tf-0t landfill site within the week. Republican Party in 1972! and
; .; ': and some robbery charges.All Bacon (Uep. ) 731. became his new
[;t..'.1'JJ. $..-- <,t. Winner in the non-school The low bid of the R & W of the cars that have Bradford voters approvedall lor governor party'snominee edgedby
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division in the float Constitutional Amend-
f' : J Equipment Company of been stolen have been Demo incumbent Keubin
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',>IiiT' tion was Worthington LaCrosse for a heavy duty recovered by the Starke ments except No.2, which Askew by 199 votes in Union
: : ..-' Women's Civic Club. High Homecoming Queen Pam Parrish Is presented Rotary mower in the amountof Police Department. Two cars would extend the life of the County. Thomas and
...: runner-up was the bouquet of roses by 1973 queen Ella Mae Maxwell. Miss $3,490 awarded last month were stolen last week and two "second gas tax" to Jan. 1, male Mike Thompson running
);.: Butler Elementary escort was Terry Hamilton. was withdrawn and rejected arrest were made as a result. 2025. and permit the issuance received 686 markers, while

RUMMAGE SALEBAKE Second Food Store.runner-up was Askew and partner Jim
Williams trailed with 4H7

&SALE division Winner was in the the junior Officials To Meet Top vote getter in Tuesday's

float "Tigers Bunk City County TonightTo General Election was another
Saturday Nov. First runner-up was the "Jerry" Gerald Lewis who
Bradford Square man float polled !932 votes tor Treasurer
by BPOE Elkettes to 170 for W.H. MunUing the
House, and second
was the sophomore Work Out Republican nominee

----- "String Other 'Em non-school Up." float Garbage Disposal Systemalso Dole Conner lor Com

Chicken & Rice missioner ol Agriculture and
tries were: Church of
SupperNov,21 First Christian Church, With no more said he doubts the city of Blanding which the county is officials Tuesday night. you don't know which is the Bruce Smothers for Secretary
Boosters Farm Bureau a week's space at the Starke can get by with such a seeking to use. Attorney Commissioner Roberts best way in the long run." of State each drew \918 votes
the Middle School. landfill a special box compactor, but may George Pierce said once an welcomed the city to haul its City Commission Charles while their respective op-
Before Tornado. is on tap at 7 p.m. require a more expensive agreement is made with the garbage to the Santa Fe fill Schaefer named the Starke ponents Donald Webb got 195
Eastside Game The Homecoming (Thursday Nov. 7) for dumping station with stronger armory board the city and until use of the Camp Baln- sanitation committee to meet and James Sebesta drew 209.
included the Boy and city officials on the compaction.. Starke will be county can then work out its ding site is cleared and the with the county Thursday for
Adults 51.25Students Brownies, Troop 140 waste disposal problem. dumping dompacted loads intergovernmental agree- new system is in operation. night. Commissioner Ralph Turlington of Education
7Sc Team, Raiford Boy from a 23-yard truck it ment. "This garbage has been the Lack of space in the Starke
Shriners of Gainesville, officials were invited already has in operation.Both As an interim measure the most confusing thing I've dump and increasingly pulled M.910 Kuttler's votes to opponentCarl 175. Bill
----- The Boy's Club of meeting Tuesday night the city and county are county will use the Santa Fe found since I've been on the stringent dump operation .
Bevis with 839 votes for the
Clown Club.Marching. ent'f County Commissioner waiting to hear from the State landfill off SR-100 near county commission," Roberts regulations by the Environmental Public Service Commission
LAWTEYCITIZENSCOMMITTEE in the parade Roberts. Lawtey, Armory Board about a 150 Keystone Heights, Sanitarian told the Starke officials. "You ProtectionSee
Interlachen High and Brooker of- acre landfill site in Camp Jack Trawick told Starke want to do the right thing, but <<< Page 5) easily R.overcame Bacon who opponentNoel received

Band. Bradford High have also been invited 172. Kenneth MacKay for the
Will Meet Nov. 13 Band and Baker County the
meet with com
At 8 P.M. School Exhibits Band.included in the county Municipal Building Set For Raiford State Charles Senate Curtis by out 829 to polled 204.

Lawtey City Hall the Bear Rescue SI, Tom O'Malley was an easy
to be made to the -
with
victor 813 votes over
Truck and the Horses by the county is for the RAIFORD "It should takeno approximately 50 feet north of $24,800; and Newman Con Norman Construction and Jeffrey Latham who
Important Business Union County Riding Club. struction Co. Jacksonville Lazenby Pools entered a bid in opponent
to provide 40 cubic longer than 90 days to haveit the old railroad depot which is received 276. Dick Stone '
Please
Attend
boxes for the to be removed. 25400. the opposite direction. They
capacity ready for occupancy. low received 713, Jack Eckerd 281,
The also
parade council wanted $999 from the Town of
could The agreed to
Miss Diane to dump garbage into. bidder Richard Pernini told Pernini said that he and John Grady 159 (ton the
----- Bridgeman \ the
the services of M. G. Raiford to remove
Union School.An county will then provide the Raiford Town Council begin construction just as engage American Party ticket) in the
County High trucks to pick up the huge Monday night, November 4. soon as the contract negotia- McMillan for a survey of the building. race for U.S. Senate.
DANCE award and haul the waste to a tions had been completed. building site and to locate the I
was presented
Nov. 7:39-11:30 Pernini the final Councilman Lee Brailler reported -
Sophomores for their The municipalities a building contractor building on drawings.On Two Union County I
skit "Baby's Dream" at be asked to provide boxes and owner of the Country Other bids received on the the bid opening for the that he had attendedthe precincts, Worthington and I
Cross Fire meeting of the Union
Home and removal of
Tiger Growl. The the towns, Roberts Center of Lake Butler, : Howard-Riherd demolishing Providence, gave Sidney
Armoryc..1q.1 came in second had Just been awarded a con- construction Co.. Lake Butler the railroad depot Robert L. County Board of Commis- Marlin 198 tallies to opponent
October 8
sioners ,
Tuesday
"Wheat, the Breakfast box without a compactor, struction contract for Rat- $19.200; the Joint bid of AceEnterprises Faulkner of Jacksonville and made on that the Mike Carr's 36 in the 26th
the Champions' Other which refuse would be ford's new masonry municipal Lazenby Pools agreed to pay the Town of request District House Seat.
Town of Raiford be includedand
loose would cost building following the opening and Norman Construction Raiford $351 for the building
were: Freshman, "That
the (!Unmmunftytatr! then this is now;" 3000. With a com of seven bids receive The Company of Starke, Raiford which was donated to Raiford made a part of any stan-
dardized code that Of the amendments
cubic box Country Home Center entereda last month by the railroad. building seven
$ Sank Seniors. "A visit to the a 40( yard and Lawtey- $19,473; King-
lachen General Hospital." cost $10.000, according low bid of $18,000 for the construction Royer Construction Co., Faulkner will have 45 days to the county should adopt, in voted on Tuesday, Union
quoted to the Starke of the 35 x 55 foot Gainesville $21,000; Jack remove the building and clean order that the council wouldbe County voters went For No.s
p" '-- .. ". .." Commission by James town hall. Hall. Contractor Starke up the debris. in compliance with new one, four, five and seven.

o .... Lake City salesman for The new building will be $21,815; Robert Luke Construction Only one other bid was state regulations going Into while voting Against No.s two, \
Truxmore Industries Davis constructed on a site located Co., Gainesville received. Ace Enterprises, effect January 1, 1973. three and six..

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II Woman's Club To Hear Talk On BeautificationThe

Woman's Club of Starke present a program on Con Mrs. H.C. Ritch, Mrs. F.W. G" ewr
will hold a luncheon-meeting servation.The speaker will be Strickland, Mrs. Neil Tucker, -U I-7Y1w
Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 12:15 Gene Liddon of the City of Mrs. Edward Wainwright,
Gainesville plants and Mrs.Joe Valenski, Mrs. Ruby
pm.The Conservation com- grounds department. Mr. Johns, Mrs. Laine Thompsonand Qtadyt Wlooty Sotkly CMlor 964-7608
mittee with Mrs. Paul Brownas Liddon will talk on city Mrs. C.1I. Nasworthy.
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chairman and Mrs Carl beautification. -------- ------
L. - ----
Johns as co-chairman will Hostesses for the afternoonwill
be Mrs. Guy Andrews, Dinner Party Sunday Sunlaml I
Mrs. G.S. Brown, Mrs. Neil Shower For Nancy Gay, BrideelectMiss Open'IIouseSet
Open House Held Given _
By
Crawford, Mrs. J.A. Griffin,
53rd anniversary 01 suniand,
Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mrs. W.T. Nancy Gay, Nov. 23 covered with a white eyelet Open House at Sunland
At Slade Home Jackson Mrs. John Myer, Mrs. Sinclair bride-elect, was honored at a cutwork cloth ovdr green Center will be held Sunday, announces Superintendent present Robert
bridal shower Monday night underlay and centered with a Nov. 17, to honor former 27
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Elkettes Plan Mrs. Clyde Sinclair en- given at the home of Mrs. Neil bronze and yellow arrange- year Superintendent R.C. Rogan.The main entrance is
held open house Saturday tertained at a dinner party Tucker on Martin Street. ment of mums and pompoms. ;' Philips and commemorate the Waldo Road at
night at her home This was flanked by two silver Northeast and
night at their home on E. Call SaleA last Friday Hostesses with Mrs. Tucker 1 Avenue.
Rummage Call Street honoring candelabra with 16th
E.
Street on were Mrs. Robert Barksdale. green tapers
Hurst of Indianapolis encircled with Birthday Parties The entire campus will be
Mrs. N.K. and
greenery
Oul-of-tow guests were Mr. Mrs. W. S. Haas, Mrs. Otto
rummage and bake sale Ind., Dr. and Mrs. yellow pompoms. open to visitors from 8am.
Stallworth of
and Mrs. B.ll. Siemer, Mrs. Olin White and
Monroevillc, Ala., Mr. and will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, T.G. Ritch of Jacksonville, Mrs. Betty W. Register. The hostesses presented the Held Jointly until 4:30: p.m. and guided
be
at Bradford between Jones of Winter honoree and her mother with tours will
Square and Roy White
of Atlanta, Mrs.
Mrs Dwight Lynch greeted guestsat Little ApryJ! Coleman those who wish them. There
Winn-Dixie and Eckerds, carnation and also
Mr and Mrs. Tom Lane of Haven. the door and presentedthem corsages first birthdayand
her
sponsored by the BPOE Twenty guests enjoyed the gave the honoree a casseroleto celebrated will be special events
Sylacauga, Ala..l\1r. and Mrs. to the receiving line her seventh
Kelli Jo Dyal scheduled for the afternoon.
Will Slade of Bdxley Ga., Dr. Elkettes No. 1802. All occasion. composed of Mrs. Tucker her chosen china pattern. Oct. 13 when their and
birthday on professionalstaff
Ritch of proceeds will go to the Harry- and Fifty guests were invited to Employees
and Mrs. TG Miss Gay her mother Charles Sch-
Mrs. all will
mothers from areas be
Jacksonville, and Mrs. N.K. Anna Crippled Children s Come see Christmas at A. Mrs. Jerry O. Gay. attend between the hours of Coleman, on
mitt and Mrs. Gary duty to talk to parents and the
Hospital. Brown and Carlwood In- 7:30: and 9pm.LambCrews
Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. teriors. The refreshment table was gave a party for them at the general public. There will be
home of the latter. picnic ground facilities for the
The Winnie-the-Pooh theme Families at the Sunland
was carried out in the campus and at the Sunland
U. S. 301 To Wed Nov. 16 i wSNalt8t 411nt+ '.:. decorations for the party recreation area at Lake
which was held in the yard. A Newnan. The Canteen will be
Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lambof RabonDuboseDate tablecloth with matching open for those who wish to
: : & Starke announce the napkins was used on the purchase refreshments.
engagement and approaching Set Nov. 30 .I refreshment table which was
: Hours Mon TottD marriage of their daughter, centered with two birthday
also
Dawn, to John Franklin cakes. The yard was
Wed9To8 Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betty J. Hayes of decorated with colored Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof
'!:;(if ",01; :t Thor: Leslie Crews of Lawtey Brooker announces the balloons and streamers. Astatula were Wednesdayto
and and Friday guests of Mr. and
engagement approaching parents
p Miss Lamb is 1963 Seventy-five
A To Sat a
:: 6t S t29T:069: graduate of BHS, was for- marriage of her daughter, children enjoyed the occasion. Mrs. L.C. Early.
of D & D Wanda Lynn, to John Lacy
family; centers'f T Sunday What-a-Burger merly manager stand and is DuBose of Lake Butler, son of t:..... WI --
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DuBoseof
\ h *< > presently self employed.Mr. I or ma ITS rarm
ii
Mts -<. / -*'".* ': rt Crews is a 1967 Macclenny. Miss Rabon is
u' "
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graduate of BHS, served two also the daughter of ThomasF.
in Vietnam and is now Rabon of Clearwater
Prices Good Thru Sunday Nov. 10lAYAWAY years employed by the National Miss Rabon attended ii N. : .J
Guard at Camp Blanding.The schools in. Bradford and Union frs
counties.Mr.
wedding will take place A v e.A
DuBose graduated from
Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. in the First
Baker County High School in
Baptist Church, Starke.
All friends and relatives are Macclenny and is employed as Farm fresh Wholesale & Retail Daily:
4 invited to attend the wedding, Deputy Sheriff in the Union
and reception following in the County Sheriff's office. Lake WEEKEND SPECIALS
church Fellowship Hall. Butler.
The wedding will take place
While Supply Lest)
Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. in the (
Halloween Party Brooker Baptist Church.
All relatives and friends are
: For Sarah Smith invited reception.to attend the weddingand White Grapes' 3


Mrs. John R. Smith gave a Black Grapes Lbs.
Halloween party and luncheon Little Women /
4 Thursday, Oct. 31, for her $100
$ .' daughter, Sarah, at the homeof Plan FormalThe Red Grapes
Mrs. Robert Johns on N.
Epperson Street.
NOW The Halloween motif was Little Women's Club Reg.
used with decorations on the had a program on poise at 1O
walls, and the luncheon table their meeting Monday Lbs 6ge
3 had a Halloween cloth with evening in the club house. Potatoes
{or Ch'sttnas matching napkins.The La tain Herres presented the
12 children, appro- program as a follow up of the
priately dressed in costume, one presented at the October Home GrownCucumbers
were given bags of candy as meeting when John P. 4 For 25c
favors. Brookins of Stratford College
spoke to the girls.
Barbies Barbies During the business meet
Beta Sigma Phi ing plans were made for the Home GrownSquash I
8 8 66
$ $ Christmas formal to be held in
t 9' 10 Plans BasketFor December. Cabbage
Beauty Center Ea. Friendship Ea Hostesses for the evening'were IUd.

ThanksgivingGamma Gloria Strickland and

Theta Chapter of Melissa Rutledge. 5 Lbs. $100 12c Lb

: 32 Inch Monday Beta Sigma Phi held its Mrs. Hurst HostessAt

$ 1 2.44 $ 66 the regular home business of Mrs.meeting Cecelia at LuncheonMrs. Large Head California Florida

j Doll Football IU Young with co-hostess Mrs.
Walking Night
Ea.
Linda Robinson, on October N.K. Hurst of In- Lettuce Avocados

28.Members dianapolis,Ind.,houseguest of
are reminded to Sinclair and Mr.
Mrs. Clyde
bring their items for the T.H. Sale, $100
and Mrs. was 39cHead 3
Empire Toy Mustang Thanksgiving Basket at the hostess at a bridgeluncheonlast For
33 next business meeting at the Friday in the Pecan Room
c $ 15 $1K33 home of Mrs.Brenda Slade on of the Garden Restaurant. U, S. Fancy 2" Min.
11 Hot Wonder Horse November 11. Out-of-town guests were lb.
Cycle Ea.
Also plans were made by the Mrs.B.H.Stallworth and Mrs. 4
59CBag.
:\I.o! Ways & Means Committee fora Tom Lane from Alabama and Bag Apples
Rummage Sale in the near Mrs. K.G. Duncan of West

Rock Em Kenner future. Point, Ga. Complete Line Off Fresh


HomemakersTo Don Joiner of Greenwood, Fruits &
$199
$1166
Bake Oven VegetablesWe
Sock Em Robots Easy Meet Nov 14 S.C. is spending several days
.. with his sister,. Mrs. L.D.
..i The Starke Homemakersclub Vinmg.! : Accept Food Coupons
will meet Thursday. Nov
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E Childrens 14, atUl a.m. in' the
Rollar Derby Agriculture Building. There

i $788 Table and $ 12 44 will tasting be a Christmas treats during showingand the
I Iru 01l1 ru0YruUI
program.
I Street Skates i Set Chair Set Set


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;! Mac Donalds Pines BIRTHS ( ]' Iru0

$ $ 88
106Ea.PuttPutt 28 Mr.and Mrs.Edward Loperof
Activity Toy Car Ea Starke announce the birthof 135 W. CALL ST. 964-6305
., a daughter, Amanda Kay,
born Oct. 9 in the Alachua
... General Hospital. Gran-

Kenners Super StarRace Henry Loper are Mr.and and James Mrs. Now Offers

P $ 66 $ 88 Thomas of arks. :
11
1 0
Sit and Spin I Car Mr.and Mrs. Louis Mann of
Ea. Ea.. Starke announce the birth of a Fast Service On All
daughter Sherri Michelle, on
$ Oct. 30 in Alachua General
Hospital. Maternal grand- Your Printing Needs
Fisher PriceFamily King of the RoadSemiTruck parents are Mr. and Mrs. ,

$ 13 33 $4 66 Ernie Newsome Tfc** **of*Starke.*" Call Upon Us For:

I Airport Ea. Hollingsworth Mr. and Mrs.announce Thomas the J.

birth of a daughter, Elissa Jo. LETTER HEADS .
on Oct. 29 in Alachua GeneralHospital.
Maternal grand- BUSINESS CARDS ,
Doctor or Nurse mother is Mrs.Julia Underhill
Yahtzee Game and paternal grandparentsare CHURCH BULLETINS
Mrs. Dorothy Cason of
$266
: Play Sets 99 Lake Holhngsworth.City and Wayne WEDDING INVITATIONS

.. ****.*. LEGAL NOTES & FORMS
1.,.' Mr. and Mr--Bi: ly Huggins
announce the birth of a son, ETC.
Plastic Grand PrixRace Andrew Garrett, on Nov. 1 in
I; the Alachua General Hospital.
$999 $444 Grandparents are Mr. and We Now Have
Mrs. James E. Norman and
P Tea Set Set
e Set Set Mr.and Mrs.George Huggins.

"'. Mr.and Mrs.Eddie McLeod Computerized Type Setting
of Jasper, the former Barbara
Craft Master Skin Laine,announce the birth of a
daughter, Alana Joy, on Oct. Equipment To Provide A
99'Red 28 at the South Georgia

I Paint Sets Paints 99?.. Medical Maternal Center grandparents Valdosta, Ga.are Variety Styles

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meeting on Tuesday,
November 12, at 7:30: p.m.
T\\e meeting time has beenchanged Chevrolet
from .8 p.m. to 7:30:
p.m. .
Monday November 11, has
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Day'In Florida by Governor '
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respectful ceremony and +f ; Itn y rry Ni 1 J I
gratitude to those veterans ,
who have served this country.

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Mrs. Ruth Reynolds left Car
Wednesday for Louisville Ky.
where she will undergo heart
surgery

Mrs. J. M. Edwards spent State Prison Retirees Gather Whitehead Farm
last week with her soninlawand
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Slate Prison retirees and associate members attended Pictured is the rrpirsentative group of 117 in attendance
John Pare in Orlando. their third annual Bar-B-Que Saturday, Nov.2, at the farm tif Recognition was /gl\c-n: Rev Les Shepherd of !Miami for
Union Sheriff John Whitehead. (raveling the fdrthcrcst! to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth
flew to Naples, Fla. last
Friday to Sunday to attend the Chief and Mrs. Bob Wigginsand :Mrs Joyce Riherd Miss !Mrs Guy Andrews, Mrs. T.
Southeastern Aeroba son of Virginia Beach, Va. Ladies Personal Enrichment Class Lillian Stump, and Mr. and C. Ilazen, Jr. and Mrs. J. E. 1974 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
contest at the Remuda Ranch. are spending two weeks with Airs Jimmy Chasteen at- Hardy visited the Tour of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. One Set By Locall\lentallleulth ClinicDo tended the UF-Auburn game Homes in Avondale, Jackson-
Mrs. I. T. Taylor of Fitzgerald. Wiggins, while Chief Wigginsis Saturday. ville, Sunday. Only 9,000 miles. Like new. Check this baby before
Ga. is the guest this week
working at Mayport. you buy.
will be held
Eight
of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- you feel you are a sessions Harold Godwin, J.B. Eighteen teenagers of the
on Thursday nights from 7-9
separate human being or that
wire. Mr.and Mrs. W. G. Seley of beginning next Thur Godwin, Charney Williams Graham Baptist Church $4595
are a nobody Would pm
you you visited Six Gun last
Kissimmee her and Gordon returned Territory
are visiting Eugene
like to improve selfsday., Nov 14, at the Center,
Local admittances to Brad- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick your 321 W. Madison Street, Starke. :Monday alter a two weeks Saturday. They were accompanied -
esteem and feel better about
ford County Hospital this Thomas, while Mr. Thomas is A tuition of $10 will be hunting trip to Gunnison, Colo. by Rev. and !Mrs
yourself as a person?
week include: Doyle Glover, James Starling, Mrs. Jen-
a patient in St. Luke'sHospital
for the
The Community Mental charged eight weekly 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Michael Manning and Kensley following a heart sessions. Mrs Levon Andrews nings Starling, Mrs. Albert
Health Center of Starke is Register by phoning
Smith, Lake Butler Cedric Sparks and Mrs Tom
; attack. returned last Friday from amonth's
sponsoring a personal enrichment 964-1U82:! between 8:311: ( a.m and5pm
Rosier and Mrs. Marjorie visit with friends and LeFevers. Landau Coupe. Loaded white with burgandy top
for on weekdays or by
Griffis, Lawtey; Gordon Mr.and Mrs. H.C. Beall, Jr. interested opportunity woman who would any attending the first session on relatives in Canada, Missouri. and trim, power windows, cruise control AM.FM.
Jones Sherry Cole, Luther !Mr and Mrs Charles Fradyof
and family of Macon, Ga. and Iowa.
Nov. 14. Enrollment will be
like to examine her role in life One owner.
Pickering, Mrs. Alvonia Sum- spent the weekend with her Atlanta spent last Thursdayto
limited to 15.
merlin, Mrs. Gladys Lewis, mother, Mrs. J. L. Gentry.Mr. and discover Each her member own unique will Leaders will be Mrs Linda C onio see Christmas at A. Sunday with her mother,
identity. 3995
Stephen Cowart, Mrs. Itrown and Carlwood In- !Mrs. Howard Meyer and Mr.
Anderson and Mrs. Geri
explore to like herself
Johnson, Charlie ways
Margaret
Meyer.
and Mrs. Victor Lamb Parsons of the Mental Health IIM tors.
better and learn to value
Griffis Sr. Thomas
,
Casey and daughter spent Wednes- Center Staif
Lawrence Oglesby, DavIdKirkland day to Friday with Mr. herself. John Torode is convalescingat Mrs. Clyde B Terwillegar,
and Mrs. Elizabeth i Lamb's sister, Pat Lamb, at -- ------ -_._ -- . t..D'\- home following surgery last Jr. spent Sunday and Mondaywith 1973 Olds 88 4 Door
Bryan, Starke; Mrs Wilma Daytona Beach Thursday in North Florida her parents, Mr. and
Bell, Keystone Heights; Mrs Mrs Denver Devrick Doug Seymour of Tampa Regional Hospital !Mrs J. H Truluck, in San- Good clean one owner car Medium green paint with
Linme Mae Brown, Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews returned Sunday after a spent Monday to Thursday of ford. all vinyl trim.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce twelve days visit with friends last week with his parents Susan and Nancy Hall of
Mrs. W H. Hart, Mrs. Ella Mathews and family in Mait- and relatives in West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Seymour. Gainesville spent the weekend Miss Kathy Underill and
Moody and Mrs Edith Chris- land last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Oral Devrick of They visited Halhe Seymourin with their grandparents. Mr. three friends from the Univer- $3495
tiansen visited Mr. and Mrs. Friday. Lakeland were visiting Mr Jacksonville on Tuesday and Mrs l\I.A. Baldwin. sity of Florida spent Sunday
Clarence Beasley in Gainesville Devrick during Mrs. with her grandparents. Mr.
Sunday. Mrs. T T. Long returned Devrick's absence. Mrs. Mildred l Lawson underwent !Mr and Mrs R.R. Tur- and !Mrs J. H. Moncrief.
Sunday from a week's visit surgery Tuesday in nipseed Jr. of Fort Pierce will 1973 Chevrolet Malibu 4 Door
Mrs. Pearl Colson and Mrs. with her brother-in-law and Mrs. A.M\ Blackman and Riverside Hospital.She had as be guests of their uncle and Miss Trish Myers of
Gale Smith were in New Port sister Dr. and Mrs. G. W. family of Gainesville were visitors Sunday at the hospitalMrs. aunt. Dr. and Mrs H.H, Wesleyan College and Miss Dark Blue paint with AM.FM, vinyl top and road
: Richey on business Tuesday. Zeigler, at HillsboroughBeach Sunday visitors of Mrs. R.A. Ruby Cooper, Mrs Mary Adams Friday night to Kathy Myers of Tallahasseewere wheels. Save Here.
and with her son and Crawford and Mrs K.G. Lawson, Mrs. Gladys Wasdm Sunday. home for the weekend.
: Mr. and Mrs. Olin White family, Mr. and Mrs.. David Duncan.Mr. and Mrs. Sarah McCall.
; were Saturday evening dinnerguests Long, at Coral Springs Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson Glen Reddish of Pensacola $2995
.$. of 'Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Mike King, Gayle Hatcher of Panama City were spent the weekend with his
;t "Charles Searcy Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs J.B. Esther Romero and Darlen; "' weekend guests of Miss Lillian parents Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
1g i following the UF-Auburn! Brown Come see and Christmas at A. Dansby in PerrvoSunday and Hobbs were home for the Stump; Mrs J.W. Griffin, and Reddish and attended the UF-
game. Carlwood Interiors they all visited relatives in weekend from the Universityof Mr and Mrs J.G. Jackson. Auburn game with Mr. and
Panacea in the afternoon. South Florida. Mrs J, R Reddish.

...a.a.. ..._____ __A-...........I..................... While They Last !
!Mr and Mrs Ogden Batesof

guests Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Robbie "


1------ if iiIMfilftilrlEiIi: Shaller. II-,' 7ts-
!Mr and Mrs. Howard >>
Meyer visited his son and
daughter-m-law.!Mr and !Mrs. Plyrnouths
Y Jimmy Meyer and baby
212 EAST CALL ST =, daughter in Jacksonville Sunday -
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PHONE 964-7929 s a ,
and
!Mrs PE Stone and Miss
!Mamie Anderson of Archer
.,. were visiting their sister. !Mrs


I 5th 'II IIT r rl' I week E.1\t.Mr Davis and !Mrs, several Milton days Hart-last DodgesAT


r zell Freeman of Orange Bollinger City and of FLAT COST

Gainesville were Sunday
;. guests of Dr and !Mrs H.G.

: S8O.OO )MerchandisetaberivenRway:: : Bollinger.

., Mr and Mrs. J,L. Bradley
: O (Come in and Register) spent last week at Horse Shoe. 1973 Plymouth RR CoupeJust

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-- --- -- -- Mr and Mrs. Bob G. like a new one, (all over). super clean used car
Ferguson and !Mr and !Mrs. that be had for
C p can onlyX2995
J." Wharton of
Keystone
t.
:
Ci "r" Heights attended the Florida

: \\ $5000 Gift Certificate \ : Convention Press Association at St.PetersburgBeach annual Fall


: $5 Gift Certificate ', "t\ : Friday to Sunday.

Five :Mrs. J.W. Kincaid visited
her sister, !Mrs C.C. Hop- 1972
Chevrolet'Ton
: 5 Silver Dollars itn : pe, in Tampa several days
,
o % To Be Given Away Sat No. 9.7 P...M---..;;--t I., f JIlt last week 6 cyl. standard. Only 46,000 miles, a good solid

'"' ----::;;..-- t'ome see Christmas at A. pickup all the way
Brown and Carlwood In-
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55 Gal Aquarium __-- -- ,11( 1995
and Mrs A. Rassell
Light, and Stand .v Norman spent Tuesday to
Friday visiting in Atlanta Ga.

.. ... ,, Fish Sale I and Gatlmburg, Tenn. 1973 Chevrolet Ml Ton

... :Misses Debbie Spenglor and
: Anne Haynes of North Florida 4 wheel drive, 4 speed, dark green paint ready for
: 10 _Aquariums $59 a. Betta's 98 1 : Junior the weekend College were home for the woods.


Marigold Varieties 5/$100 ............................
Semi. 'Fancy Guppies 59 Pair All mistakes have been $2995
placed in this -
Brick SwordsPainted 51$ 100 cifically for the pleasure of
Several I Varieties I I of those who look forward to

Fancy Guppies $298pair Platies 5/$100 finding them. 1966 GMC and CamperClean

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,'.. Common Guppies 1 01$1 00 When we were in school,
:
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: 7'.;; 'Fresh'.Water the "hard stuff" meant like new. Go camping at about 1/3 the cost.

5/1 00 Red Velvet 2/$100 algebra. Air conditioned camper and truck.
Clams Swords -Door County. wit.

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r Appeal Made On Mobile Home Located On Santa Fe.LakeSTARKE I


After reading a be Invalidated and his case be and renovation of the Brad- one under Edwards Road. Clerk's office and Reddish$1,572 revert-from .talented chairman leadership for two years as in our the
six page written appeal to the taken up by the Board of Adjustment ford County Health Depart Linovlch said that no install- Sheriff Dolph commis- enlargement of services and
County Commissioners of the Bradford ment building on Church ation of the larger culverts ing to the county the creation of new possibilities

Monday, November 4, involving County Zoning Board for fur Street. would be made until a 54 inch sioner.Dr.. Bill Lennon and in Bradford and Union-
the revocation of a tem- ther review. The Zoning Taylor also presented a set culvert was- installed under on counties.In .
porary permit allowing the location Board also sits as the Board of of preliminary plans for the the railroad in addition to the Father behalf of the Bradford County accepting the recognitionand
of a mobile home on a 48 inch pipe that Is already Guidance Clinic honored plaque Bryan said that he
lot in the Indian Beach Sub- there. Chairman Ralph Bryan for his was doing so on behalf of his
division on Lake Santa Fe T. Mayor Charles Schaeferand of service in promotingthe fellow commissioners with.
D. Whidden Jr. was referredto Commissioner Harold years
mental health program in out whose help it would not
.! the Board of Adjustment of Epps were at the'meeting to Bradford County. Bryan was have been possible.Commissioner.
the Bradford County Zoning hear Linkovich's report on the recognized for his service and Eddie
,, Board for further action. drainage survey.In presented with an engraved Allen whose term is expiring,
other matters at Monday's and who did not seek
read
Ralph
j Residents receive stock before plaque which : reelection -
for fish ponds. Whidden appearing meeting, the board: who as chairman of was recognized by
behalfof Bryan
2 Local Fish Ponds Stocked the his commissioners elderly parents on pur- report Received from Clerk an annual Gilbert sioners the Bradford saw a County desperate Commis-needin record Chairman of service Ralph Bryan as a county for his
chased mobile home in June
--- a
Brown indicating the amountof
mental health commissioner for the
; The photo above shows vice personnel assisted in to be located on lot 47 in Indian $1,686 in unexpended funds and the area of dedicated and four years. past
Mary Ella Watterson selecting the best Beach. His parents had owned for the past year by the gave
pond site
receiving bream from the pond design and the property, located besidehis ,
construction
National Fish Hatchery as J. supervision. own, for the past 35 years. -
I C. Knight and Levin Griffis On July 9 his parents con- :
look on.Knight. tacted Zoning Director L. M.
and Griffis also 3 Escape Gaines concerning the # GIRLS
i received fish for their quarteracre permits to move the BOYS
pond and next May they mile home onto their lot. At
will get bass from the Welaka Union Jail that time they were informedby
jl Nursery to complete their Gaines that mobile homes
pond stocking.The were not permitted on lake
LAKE BUTLER Three the then
ponds were cost sharedby front property by
prisoners, being held in the .
the Agriculture Stabilization approved zoning regulations.A
: and Conservation Pro- Union County Jail, while Ralph Bryan chairman of the Bradford Commission Shaatin l
under the awaiting their transfer to the County B B!
gram 1973 Rural Florida State Prison temporary permit was is recognized by the Bradford County Guidance Clinic
!
Environmental Assistance managed their issued on July 31 for six for his service on the mental health board. Mental health

; Program. Saturday, October 26 escape, by months on a hardship provi- board member Father James Cregan. left and Dr. Bill Education:
The Soil Conservation
Ser-
breaking two locks from the sion. Trouble developed later Lennon director of the clinic right present the award as
; jailhouse windows. when an application for a sep- Bryan's fellow commissioners look on Monday.
IIimpton 6th tic tank on the property was
The escape occurred .. .. GUN
denied by the Health Depart- .0
Graders VisitJ'VE'ltSfIpt'r; ; Saturday about 8 p.m. while Adjustment. remodeling of the county jail. ProgramAges
the prisoners were in the ment. After conferring with In closing his remarks to the The plans also call for the con-
recreation and exercise area Sanitarian Jack Trawick and commissioners Whidden struction of a 24 x 32 metal
.; Plant of the compound Sheriff John explaining the circumstances said "I will ask that you gentlemen building to be used for storage
Whitehead said.Descriptiom a septic tank permit was consider the sleepless purposes at the jail site
:.. Hampton Elementary Sixth on the three issued on October 16. In the nights and mental anguish my located at the corner of Pratt 7 To 14 Eligible
Grade visited the Bradford white male escapees releasedby meantime however, Whiddon's parents have suffered and I and Broadway streets in
.; County Telegraph on Thursday the Sheriff's office were: parents had received a pray that in your wisdom you Starke.
Oct. 31, to see how the Kenneth Collins age 22, 130 registered letter dated October may grant some accommodation Cost estimates for the remodeling
i newspaper is printed. pounds six feet tall and bald 10 from the zoning board in this matter." and new construction -
convicted of auto theft; advising them of the revocation would be between $20,000to Nov. 9- 9 A.M. Till 12 Noon
Students present for the tour Richard of the temporary permitnot At the request of zoning
Bragg age 46, 190 $30,000 Taylor said. The
r were: due to expire until board member Bill Wilson,
pounds,five feet seven inches plans were referred to Sheriff
t Ronnie Rodrigrez Mark convicted on an escape charge January 31, 1975. the commissioners confirmedthe Dolph Reddish for further
with six months being addedto appointment of Pat Farns- study and review before
I; Jones Debbie, Jerry Parmenter Wadsworth Robert a previous sentence and In the administrative mix- worth the Bradford as a member at large to approval by the commis- Place New Armory

Tilly, Kenny Clark, Cathy Ralph Bennett age 47, 182 up on the issuance of the Board. County Zoning sioners.
: Sherwin, Ruth Kinsey, Kathy pounds six feet two inches, septic tank permit on the one Farnsworth resigned Bill Linkovich District
Fowler, Jimmy Hawkins convicted for auto theft. hand and the revocation of the Tuesday as chairman of the Drainage Engineer with the
Board of
Zoning Starke.
: temporary permit on the other Department of Transportation
Timmy Saxon, Carroll Me-
Clellan, Rachel Flannagin, 1hE Old ym2EJ2.lIgJ by the two separate auth- Farnsworth created will fill the reported on the results of a
vacancy by the
orities caused Whidden to recently completed drainage
; Eric Carroll, Kelly Slade,
: Marian Trisler, Wendy Lloyd, appear before the zoning resignation of D. W. Hodges. survey conducted to alleviatethe "Corns Try Skill"Sponsored
Hodges resigned from the your
Donna Hall, Eugene Ford, \ ) board at its meeting October high waters on US-301 near
; Cindy Rhoden, Kim Buhler 29. at which time he told the county his election zoning board following Pratt Street during heavy
i to the
Board of
Lynne Waters, Sharon Bass, zoning board that he was rains and flash floods.
Melanie Boger, Harry Kinsey, appealing his case to the com- County Democratic Commissioners in the Linkovich said the drainage
t Larry Stone, Ira Prevatt, missioners and then to the primaries. ditch level should be loweredby
will
Robert Yeager, Duane Brown. I courts, if necessary. Hodges assume his seat four feet and that 54 inch By
on the commission

the 'I. Tuesday, culverts be installed on SR-
Accompanying
I group November
19. 100, about one-tenth of a mile
I were sixth grade teacher Mrs. Robert Taylor, of the architectural -
After hearing Whidden'sappeal from the
I Shields, and career education "The trouble with the world the firm of Moore May west city limits at STARKE JAYCEES
commissioners Butler Road at the drainage
counselor John Snell. Is
today that .
any day begin suggested that the revocation and Harrington reported the canal under the Seaboard
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Union Moving.; Bradford County Unofficial Returns, General Election Administrator .,,i

1 (From Page 1)) GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS U. S. SENATE OOVERNOR SJC'Y!: STATE OMP'l'ROLLER TREASURER COI''II EDUC Coam, AcrRt PUB SV COMl' SENATE ;

wheels. The bid was on 14 inch PRECINCT AND POLLING PLACE :='! ::::... =. w=.. i"- =- =- w :rw.::; =. := i=.r :::.: i= =" =.". ."M..e' :..:: i: Aids Honduran Relief

wheels. The weight was less George A. Canova, ad- everything, and setting up the
than 1.- Lawtey Ctt.y Hall 103 82 60 174 88 6"1 128 111 162 6Q 74
the 3,100 pounds called 75 155 17 12Q 104 141 142 77 ministrator of the Bradford hospital will be quite a

for.After 2 Lawtey Recreation Hall 153 19 19 166 31 173. 22 114 12 165 28 160 118 _166 19 157. .h 21 151" _116 County Hospital, left Wednesday i. challenge," he said..1f .

for specification rejecting the failure low bid the 3 .. County Fair Building 67 50 20 59 83 108 26 119 18 92 43 104 29 114 27 110 21 _109 22 Northeast with Florida a 14-member volunteer

commissioners accepted the 4 Volunteer Fire Dept. 107 42 26 105 11 133 42 1.45 28 117 51 145 27 155 20 128 34 _123. 30 team selected to set up and
next low bid of Hipp Tractor
Company of Gainesville in the 5 B H S Aud1tor1un 145 110 52 142 16J. 199 104 21.8 81 196. ,2..04R ._.69_ -21_ .56 216 74 219 71 Salvation place in operation Army field a hospitalfor 200-bed

amount of $3,874. 6 Nornan': Residence 69 35 17 4y 14 87 31 99 18 81 "14 2. 21 87 11 92 20 85 29 hurricane victims in
James T. Richardson, of
Union Correctional Institute, -7---R J E High School 149 1 2 151 9 150 5 151 1 152 6 149 6 151 1 151' 2 141 5 Tekoa The, hospital Honduras has already 1

J. A. Anderson, of Florida 6 Old Armory Building 110 94 38 103 It6 166 11 178 63 1118 92 182 61 186 52 111 56 168 66 been shipped to the Central ;
State Prison, and J. D. Johns, American nation that -
of the Reception and Medical 9 Sou Side Ele' School 152 108 43 173 132 229 71 229 61 190 105 241 58 248 50 224 67 228 62 devastated by Hurricane was Fill .,, ;:--

Center, as representatives of 10 neressa.. Coup House... 126 100 48 151 127 173. 102. 188 83. 135. 131 194 74 203 63 170 85 171 65 last summer The hospital dt"61: 435
the Employees Club of the -- -" --- -- weighs 32,536 pounds and t
Division of Corrections, madea 11 Hampton City Hall 102 51 43 106 90 162 32 157 35 135 55 144 42 145 43 142 47 139 ...32. occupies 2,200 cubic feet of arU61

request for of the the use commissioners of the- 12 Starke Public Library 88 34 18 --"-92'_ _51._ __111__ -26__ h 112_' ..22... _..103. .. 35 113 20 120 16. 107 20 106 20 shipping The team space:will remain in N Kif.cK
county building at the Lake- lJA- Terv1l1egBI' Motors 118 74 38 119 1ll 158 65 171 1i4 153 68 168 49 183 40 160 151 175 38 Honduras about ten days,

side Community Center for 13B- Rat11rr' Residence 25 22 4 25 30 34 19 40 12 28 23 39 12 38 15 35 16 35 16 when other replacement "I 1 was glad when they said
holding adult functions of the will be provided to unto me. let us go into the
14 New Arnory Building 64 28 15 76 81 11 71 34 85 81 18 6 personnel
club, at which on some occasions 55 53 31 17 61 19 87 keep the field hospital house of the Lord."

alcoholic such beverages as New Year's would Eve be, 15A- Brook.E House_ .__" 61t2'J 9 ... 60 r'I 41 76 r---25" ..80 ...18 68 28 78 20 79 19 76 15 76 14 operating on a longtermbasis.
The best way to begin your
served. 15B- -Do b'. Residence--.----.. .-41- -16. --6 29 31 55 9 58 7 -48 16 52 9 55 10 1i6 10 ..112- --1 s Canova said that Tekoa is in week Is by worshipping in

Clerk Robert A. Driggersread TOTAL) PRECINCT VOTES 16e2., 901 1i58 1655 1436 22115 777 2381 589 2012 964 2343 601 2387 585 221e 1526.. 2214 611 a remote and isolated sectionof the house of the Lord.
a provision from a pre- -- ---"-- Honduras and had about There is a great void in the

viously approved agreementwith A13SENTE"c VOES ---63:- ---22' _. .10..-. .. -55-.- .. 40- -.72- ---22- --76-- .. -18 -65-- 26. 75. .17. 71. 18 73 18 78 13 130,000 homeless people more lives of most people that
the Junior and SeniorWoman's TOTAL VOl'ES FOR 1745 923 116R. 1710 1476 2317 799 2463 607 2077 990 2418 618 2464 603 2291 644 2292 624 than a month ago. "They need only Jesus Christ can fill.
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Club and the Com- o '- Whatever your needs may
missioners prohibiting the use .............................4............................. be, your life can be fuller,
of alcoholic beverages on the Garbage Meeting 'approaching. Economics is would be picked up and Pay Early And Save On Taxes richer and more meaningful

premises by any organization.On (From dictating that some kind of carried to the landfill site for .- if you begin your weekin
a motion to waive the Page 1) joint arrangement be workedout dumping. This kind of systemis Owners of Bradford County at all. church.We .
provision for the benefit of the Agency have brought the between the towns and the now Being used in Marion non-exempt property could The current total millage Total county taxes are
Employees Club the measure county s solid waste disposal county. In view of the lack of County. save a neat $57,517.36 if levy for property in Starke is apportioned as follows : invite you to loin withus
passed by a 3-2 vote, with operation into the forefront in space in the Starke landfill the On Friday, November 1 the everyone paid his or her tax 26.781 (county commission, General Revenue, $353,901 ; in worship Sunday.
commissioners Skip Wooding- the past year. Trawick time for a decision is rapidly commissioners went to bill in November to gain the 4.871; school board,6,674; Cityof Road & Bridge, $66,649; Fine
ton, Paul Riherd and C. U. warned the county com- approaching. Biggest changeis Columbia county to take a maximum four percent Starke, 3.390)). Last year's & Forfeiture, $97,808; Public Ben P. Bryant
Crews voting for and Gerald mission a year ago that Spacein that for the first time the look at the "green box" discount. total was 26.781 (county Health, $37,548; General Pastor
Griffis and Felton Smith the Starke dump would soon county will be in the garbage system. The smaller, four Tax Collector J.R. Kelly's commission, 8.681 ; school School, $723,211 ; School
voting against it. be exhausted. He told the city pick up business, although no cubic foot containers, are used office mailed out 11,000 city board, 10.600; City of Starke, District I & S, $38,461. William George
In other matters at. commission Tuesday night house to house pick up will be there. The small containersare and county tax bills over the 7.50)). Min of MusicDon't
Tuesday's meeting the there is no room to dig another offered. County residents will emptied twice weekly intoa weekend, totaling $1,437,934.00
commissioners: hole. still have to haul their gar- 27 cubic yard garbage truck the largest billing in the -
-Approved bonds for newly After months of study the bage to one of the big boxes for transport to the landfill history of the office. Requiredfor
elected commissioners Gerald time for decision is rapidly where ramps will be providedfor the mailing were 5,500 The
Griffis, for another term, and eeS--- -- them to back up and dump site.Still pending is a decision on envelopes, since city and
for Archie L. Clemons, both Union County Tax Assessor their refuse. the landfill site. To join with county statements are mailedout
elected in the Democratic Primaries Wilford Croft on errors and insolvencies Commissioner Roberts the Clay County Com- together, and $550 stamps. Cold Catch You
on the new tax roll. indicated to the Starke missioners for the use of a 114 This year's total tax bill for .
-Appointed CommissionersPaul Croft said that 13 adjustmentswere commission Tuesday night acre site near Camp Blandingor the county and all
1\1. Riherd and Gerald required, mostly on rail- that is the direction the county with the City of Keystone municipalities shows a gain of
Griffis to represent Union road property. board has made up its mind to Heights for another site at the $181,521 more than last year's
County on the board of the -Received and made a go,although no equipment has old Airport property. Both of figure of $1,256,413. Due to the
North Central Florida part of the records an audit been ordered as yet. these sites have been approved rollback in millage, the new
Regional Planning Council.At report from the State Auditing After making on site Inspection for use by pollution tax figures weren't as bad as
the request of County Department on the operationof of garbage disposal control officials. Yet another some property owners expected -
Agent W. J. Cowen, approvedthe the County Sheriff's systems in Marion and option under consideration is and in some cases
employment of James L. Department.Heard Columbia counties, the a site located on SR-225, were actually less than last or1lur
Parnsh as a tri-county 4-H Cowen's report on commissioners have indicated between Lawtey and Kingsley year. erosene
Club Coordinator. Parrish will the renovation of the county apparent approval of the Lake, which has not yet been Some timberland owners
be engaged in 4-H Club workin agricultural building larger 40 cubic yard con- approved by pollution control and farmers, whose
Union Baker and Bradford damaged as a result of fire tainers for use in Bradford authorities. assessments did not double,
counties. have been causedby County. saw their tax bills decreasedue
thought to ++++++
-Approved an ordinance This would involve the
to the rollback.
defective conditioner. millage
a air Added air can
prepared i by Attorney Hal 1 Y. of the containers in pressure
placement
Persons 65 (
Cowen said the old building reduce wear and keep tires over providing
Maines adopting the Southern cost locations not yet selected in they reached that age by last
originally $5,000, was cooler on long trips at steady
Standard Building and insured for $11,000, and cost of Brooker, Hampton, Lawteyand speeds. says the Tire Industry January) also benefitted by
Plumbing Codes as construction Starke and other areas of the extra tax
Add $5,000 :exemptionthat
was near $13,000. Safety Council. to four
repairs up
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guidelines to be used in Wilson the county for residents to now applies across the ?
Jerry emergency pounds for turnpike driving EJUL LJLJc
Union County in order to their
medical technician of the dump garbage and but never go above the board, instead of merely on
comply with new state regula-
Union Ambulance Service, trash. maximum allowable air school taxes.) In some cases,
tions into effect on
going his monthly report on the molded on the where homesteads were not
January 1. 197'5Received gave The containers, either when pressure 603 S. Walnut St. 9S4-G24G Starke
operation of the emergency sidewall for Instance "32 psi"Jor valued at over $10,000, they
a report from medical service. filled or on a periodic basis most passenger car tires. did not have to pay any taxes













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Complete Unofficial Union County General Election Returns rp ,


GENERAL ELECTIOII RETURNS U. s. SENATK GOVERNOR SEct STAT!!: COMPTROLLER TREASURER Comm EDUC Com, AGRI PUB BY' COMM? SENATE

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PRECINCT AND FOLLINcI PLACE ..Me _ ..... _... 00- rMrM NNIIw MMMw _u. ,
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1 Lake Butler Comm Center 103 57 21 72 116 145 39 150 29 120 56 138 36 152 30 134 35 129 40 1 +

2 Raiford COR1D Center 174 72 24 98 171 215 54 216 45 182 17 218 43 204 55 201 44 187 58
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3A Wortt.ington CQIIIIIt'Center 105" 21 11 85 58 116 16 126 5 110 19 129 5 128 11 116 7 119 9

3B Rousing Proj COIIIID Centr 34 lit 12 26 33 50 11 54 7 47 14 54 7 48 9 53 6 53 4

IiA Providence Coma Center 49 31 19 34 71 80 17 69 20 '72 22 61 21 71 26 61 19 _.2 ].8.. ( I.tr .

liB Housing Proj COlin Centr 76 32 14 52 71t 102 18 100 18 94 22 95 21 98 21 86 16 90 21

5A Palestine Comm Center 15 7 16 8 34 24 8 24 7 21 9 19 8 27 6 17 8 17 9

5B Lake Butler Comm Center 111 34 29 68 105 135 'U 135 31 119 42 133 27 130 30 122 26 120 35
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TOTAL PRECDC'l' VOTES 667 268 152 44) 662 867 194 874 162 765 261 853 168 858 188 790 161 .it 19sABSE7f17r8 !

VOTES 46 13 7 44 24 51 15 56 8 48 15_ 57 7 68 _.49._ H g 12-
TOTAL VOTES 'OR 713 281 159 487 686 918 209 932 170 813 276 910 172. 918 195 839 172 829 204

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I Bad Checks To Be Topic.& Of ChamberConcern Cracker

of merchants over filling out legal forms in an from the defendant. In- ville,Florida.George Hugginswill Box
the number of bad checks effort to collect the bad debts. formation contained on the also give a report on the
being floated in local stores Sheriff Dolph Reddish has rubber stamp on the check held.1974 Calf Scramble recently
will see the subject discussedat advised him, Myers said, of a aids in this recall. In addition,
In 'action
of the
the regular monthly lun- program instituted in it is an aid to the merchant in executive
cheon meeting at 12:15: p.m. Gainesville by the Chamberand collecting when it is not a case President committee,
today (Thursday, Nov. 7) of merchants in which a of intentional fraud. George Pierce
the Board of Governors of the rubber stamp is used on the The problem will be appointed and President-Elect Bill for last Thursday's Halloween Parade,
Glover VicePresidentSandra Even the Bradford High Band dressed up in costumes
back of check. Pertinent
Starke-Bradford County a referred to the full Chamber
Reddish to work wtth in Starke.
Chamber of Commerce. information concerning the board.The governors will also
Executive VicePresidentJohn check maker is included on discuss the possibility of rice he and Myers on plans for
Myers reported to the the stamp.It farming in Bradford County annual dinner, meeting in Declined
Proposal
Chamber's Executive is noted, Myers told the Correspondence suggesting January. Hospital
Present at
Committee last Thursday, executive committee, that to the possibility has been the executive -
Oct. 31, he has received successfully prosecute a bad received from Charles committee meeting were December;:, told the com board, since they would not bc
Pierce, GloVer
several complaints con- check case the merchant Sawyer, owner of Sawyer- Past LAKE BUTLER-In a joint missionerstostarllooking for candidates for r.
President Marc Jackson By Mona Marchant
cerning the number of bad must go before a judge and Slade Gas of Starke, who Reddish and VP ,Mrs. meeting of the Board of their replacements on the appointment.Dry .
checks being circulated and testify he is certain he noted that rice has been suc- Freeman Trustees of the tJnion General
the difficulties encountered in received the check in question cessfully grown in Kenans- Bradley Register and III, Treasurer Myers. John Everyone should be proud of Commissioners Hospital and held the County
our Baby Tornadoes for they Tuesday Weather Special
have had a terriffic season all afternoon, November 5,
another from


'TlG'I&IV year time baby in long Tornadoes JV! This history is gone,the has first undefeated the- declined Hospital The by Facilities proposal both boards.Inc. was had I ALL WATER HOSE 20%

management
and they will stay group OFFAN'I9.
proposed an experimental
that after they beat
"' 1' >W 'nt< ''I'bIIIII:' :!st! A I I1Q 7 Buchholz way in tonight the BHS, beginning stadium.at operation which they of would four provide months two in 53if

cic* :\ *'';''-- ''''>(>'''''t>t" ,.... ,..""" p.m.Everyone is expected to be physicians start with up funds the provisionthat in the OiHerent pests.IncludnA 171 fJ
there tonight so please don'tmake
amount of$50,000 be providedby .
'fTFT
our predictions flOWERS
I ) wrong. the At the end of
( LUI/LJLJLJ aQUQEJQ; n all Those the boys support are going they can to need get determination the four county.months would period be madeon a Roaches Choose Your

and all the hollering they
SHOPPING CENTER can
hear!)II! Like the saying goes tinuance.the feasibility of its con COncenuate La One pt. Plants Now

U. S. 301 Starke. Fla. "Go Big-Red.--"--- Chairman Buckner Lewis Garden Gallons'
Tomorrow night is another said the hospital did not have Makes 48 % Dtazan0n 15% Off
the needed start up capital l
Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 big night for Varsity as they and the three mill tax levy Contains
Sun 12 To 6 face Fernandina at Beach formerly assessed for hospital Oz.
beginning 8 p.m. Varsityhas 5
operations had not been =4,1 JourMoice
had also
a good season as
this year's tax
Prices Good Thru Sunday Nov. 10th they hold a 5-1 record, and will requested on 1 pint
be 9-1 when the seasons over- roll.The sisi ,
county could not
Right? I thought I was soya'll ( t Quart
provide the funds since it is in
Bed Size Control 500 WattElectric come on out to the the process of negotiating a
Double Single
stadium Friday night and do loan for garbage disposal Have a Green Lawn This Winter 50 Lbs. i 4S
some more hollering if your'renot .
Electric Blanket$1 Heater $1388 hoarse after the JV game! purposes.Carl Brown suggested that RYE GRASS SEED 33
Ea. Come-one---Come---all to theSr.Jr. negotiations be re-opened with Lb
the Seventh Day Adventist
Civinette Initiation
group, who had previously
before and
1 Friday morning
'
declined! to operate the
100% Cotton Terry Cloth during school. The Senior hospital, giving a shortage of
will initiate the
Civmettes
77 $157 Junior members new and physicians as their principal
Dish Towels everyone is welcome to at- reason. fiINMOJyR3AUTHORIZED
Lewis and Brown, whose
,Bath Towels Ea. tend. You will have to see it to terms in (
are expiring
PKGE of 3 believe it!!
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A list of all members in each Seniors: Cap and Gown
Men's White 2 For club must be turned in to Mr. orders will be taken in the FALL SALE
Decorator Colors Hall before tomorrow. This near future so be on the look
$1 00 Tube Socks 00 list must be accurate and out for order dates.Cheerleaders Special Prices Big Trade-In Deals
$1 legible. The club picture will ------
Throw Pillows Ea. not be taken unless all have are still
Irregular this list.Seniors. selling Tornado buttons for 75 1 'free Grass Catcher With Some Models
------ cents and they will be on sale
: There will be a all year long. Help support the Hurry In Only One Of Some Model!
2 Piece With Feet class meeting today in the cheerleaders and our Fighting
Folding auditorium at 10 a.m. and it is Tornadoes. See any Choose &
Size 6-12-18 Month $ 8 8 important that ALL attend. cheerleader (JV or Varsity) Buy Now At SavingsPrices
$966 4 Also all Senior baby pictures for more information.
Infant Sleepers Baby Walker Ea. must be turned in by ------ Probably Will Be Higher Next Year
Ea. tomorrow and they will NOT The Annual Staff is selling
be returned. the Bradford High School Coatof
Arms windshield decals for OIIDA> GARDENCENTER
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All Club presidents whose 25 cents with the BHS
EST
100 Acrlyic 36"x5O"Baby
Folding club is planning on having a Basketball schedule on the
$ 88 $ 44 Thanksgiving basket pleasesee reverse side. They will also be ONTAOI 539 East Call St.
5 4 Mrs. Shuford sometime on sale Friday night at our
Nursery Chair Ea. Blankets Ea. before Thanksgiving. proud BIG Tornado to buy one game and-be so partof be _CM*. PH. 964-5745

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I Ph R H-k A k'd' B CompanyGaskiiis Elected State Director

one ate e s I y l ,!renu., . .

.. J II. ., James Gaskms of Lawtey people and to their giving (of
was recently elected to the their time and talents to the
Florida State Telephone no business rates would exceed and operating efficiency cations equipment in every years. "If whar we earn is 'inade Florida Bureau Federation'sstate betterment of our oi'Kantr.i-(
Company has filed with the $19.75 a month for basic available to meet the office; and concentrated on "We know we can't meet quate in comparison to what board of directors at the tion and of agriculture in
state Public Service Commis service, according to Jim challenge and have now other projects to meet our ser- our service needs without other companies earn, then Federation's 33rd annual convention general," said Dennis
sion for a 55c to$1 increase in Russell, vice-president and simply reached a point where vice commitments. putting additional money into the investor will turn away in Daytona Beach. Emerson FFBF field services -
basic residential rates, ac general manager.A increased revenue is the only "We have made progress service improvement pro- from us and put his money Bradford County was one of director
cording to James Russell, new installation would be means open to us to offset during this time, but we also jects; yet we can't build new elsewhere. And it must be seven counties honored for The Florida Farm Bureau
vice-president and general $30 for businesses and $20 for today's higher costs of know that there is still muchto facilities without capital; and remembered that this maintaining a 10-year periodof Federation is the largest,
manager of the Bonifay based residences. In addition to providing service," he said. be done. Right now we we can't get that capital borrowed capital provides the extended growth. private agricultural organization -
company. these, changes also are Russell pointed out several estimate that an additional in- unless we're earning enoughto main source of funds for "This unprecedented in the state with GO.mm
Business rates would go up proposed in certain other categories as examples of how vestment of six million will be attract the investor who building needed facilities and growth has been due to the members and a 22-member
approximately $8 per month if service and equipment cate- the company's costs of doing required in the next. three funds us the funds to build. adding other improvements. leadership of our county board.
the PSC approves the phone gories. business have increased in the ..
company's request. The resi- The combined effect of the -- ---
last five years. He stated that '
dential rate increase wouldbe increase would generate operating taxes have climbed I .:=== 3IJICDArS'
based on a particular rate $299,000 in additional annual 540 percent and are estimated __ L
classification and type of revenues, although nearly at nearly$250,000 at year end; __ THURSDAY
service. half of that amount would go maintenance of equipmentand FRIDAY, w
The relationship between for taxes. facilities is up 280 per- SATURDAY
need for increased revenue Russell also pointed out that cent; and total operating
and improved service is cited these are proposed increasesand expenses are up more than 200
by Florida State as the main. may or may not be the percent.He It, e..e
reason for filing the rate ad- ones that finally go into effect. also cited efforts to A, 7 11 rr
justment request. It's up to the State Public Ser- improve service as a major
"We simply have to produce vice Commission, the state cost area. In 1968, construc- I I I
adequate earnings in order to agency responsible for tion expenditures were approximately :
provide adequate service," regulating the utility industry, $390,000 while ii cvruirlcilmf
Russell stated in a news to now review the applicationand this year's budget is more
11t:44LAo
release which reached The reach a decision. than Hi million, a 330 percent I 11
Telegraph on Monday. "We "Our need for this increaseis increase. This will help raise .. o KNtk oy hs.r
have an obligation to providethe tied directly to the com- the company's total invest- SAVE 24Z aeeryV
best, most reliable service pany's' ability to provide ment in equipment and facili- -
possible, but can only do so if adequate service and meet ties to nearly $12 million,
we have the money to do that future growth requirement," more than double what it was T046/-1--1IIP
job." Local exchanges the company manager said. in 19G8.
operated by Florida are at "We haven't had a general Over the same time period, Atiy1I
Starke, Lawtey and Kingsley increase in five years and I'm the number of employees on
Lake. sure we all recognize what's the payroll has doubled and I Aoiei4eeI
No monthly residential rate happened to costs during this now stands at approximately I for se' MEN'S
would be higher than$8.25 and time.We have used every cost 60. Their annual payroll is I
more than a half million FAMOUSNAME
dollars, nearly 200 percent I
DRESS SLACKS
December Murder Trial higher than five years ago.
I "We've added lines and

Set For Raymond StoneLAKE cables service,to and provide have upgraded reduced AUTOMAT ni1.3t111S 398

multi-party service in our & rL
territories; built new offices, MISS 0'L
BUTLER Trial date August 22 was given as the and added modern communi- FLUID
for Raymond Stone for the date of death, when, in fact, uR
murder of Mrs. Jacqueline she was known to have been
Joanna Smith has been set for alive at 12:03: a.m. the more HODAXAMOTORCYCLES OUR PRICE WAS
Monday December 16,by Cir ning of August 23. That was UP TO.i.44"
cuit Judge Wayne M. Carlisle.A the time she clocked out from .
Union County Grand Jury, her place of employment on OUR OUR nhcolorful patterns,
empaneled by Circuit Judge the day of her disappearance.On PRICE and solids.
SAVE PRICE SAVE PRICE stripes
John J. Crews, October 28, Monday, November 4, 43<: 44c SAVE
PARTS WAS WAS
21% 24% WAS 18% 'i'ir' Easy-care, no-iron
returned indictment of the '
first
an grand jury was re- .5W .31C' r blends. 2338.OUR .
degree murder against Stonein empaneled, the date correctedon .ACCESSORIES -54- r'f'
Mrs. Smith's death. The a new indictment, followedby
indictment was signed by Cir- another first appearance SERVICE 1 QUART ATF FLUID 21 OZ. SIZE COMET BOUNTY PAPER TOWELS '

cuit Judge A. 11. Murphree in hearing and arraignment, at Lubricates & Soft absorbent.
JAWA-CZ Route 55 or Superior. Disinfects as it cleans.Cuts grease strong, 120 two-ply'
the late afternoon of Monday, which Stone entered a plea of protects moving parts. Guaranteed on pots and pons. Cleans and sani sheets, 1111 11". Popular kitchen 1 }
October 28, with a first appearance not guilty. FROM A 3-HP .100' virgin crude. 1 quart. tizes tile and tub. Bleaches stains. colors to choose. r ,r t'1I
hearing scheduled Judge Carlisle set Monday,
the following day (Tuesday, December 16, to begin Stone's MINI TO A 42-HP I
October 29)) before County trial. MONSTER
S.T.P. DOUBLE \
Judge Elzie Sanders, of Stone a former prison in- "WE'VE GOTT'EM" DUBA80NOIII" '
Starke, who set Monday mate, who resided with the POWER GAS ,
November 4, as the date for Smith family disappeared on TREATMENTSAVE I '
Stone's arraignment.All the same day as Mrs. Smith, GO 4 err
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three judges were pitch- whose body was found in the 39% Z ... '
ing in to assist Judge Carlisle Santa Fe River on September CARTS ,, i 1 notc .
who was absent from the circuit 1.Stone became the object of a ? : pat I It
on another court matter. nationwide search followingthe $22995 D :470WAsrm sr
During the time before ar discovery of Mrs. Smith's
raignment a faulty date was body and was later appre- 1 F nt I it r,
hended in Missouri after
discovered on the original being
murder indictment of Stone stopped on a traffic violation J
for !Mrs. Smith's death. there. POULAN Makesyouren a '
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Home Snap lock lid stays on tight. Durable Durabond Illfinish. Full cut sizes S,M,L,XL, of fashion colors. S M XL!

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3/4"wide. Extra strong ad Non-allergenic. 72x90"size Luxuriant but long wearing. Leather-look vinyl. Famous-
[Instant-on sound no waitWalnut h.siv.quality.Monyuses. fits twin or full. Colors. Wide range of colors. 1013. fsr-comfort lost.Black.7.12.
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approved. year guarantee. bulb. Complete with fixture. [plete with drive One size fits all.lIa..a ." WORK BOOTS
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AUTOMATIC luna .JdI! .38% MEN'S HOPSACK CASUALS
Fan farced Heat, chrome PEPSOOENT ', Crepe soles Cushioned forgrIILULIisted.S.p.rl.ctrfe.
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH November 7.1974BHS


With 70-0 RamsLAKE

GriddersUndefeated Pounding Of

Baby '-'" tV
BUTLER After in each of the other 'three team's leading rusher first down. with 6:48: left
battling to a 0-0) deadlock in quarters, 21 in the second 27 although he played only the Lorenzo Griffin recoveredan For the third time in a row
the first quarter Union High in the third and 22 in the fast first half. Interlachen fumble on the the Rams had the ball at the 27
gridders put it in high gear to quarter.roll Sirmones scored three next play and the Tigers took yard line after the kick. And
After326WinOverRallls roll 70-0( ) over visiting In- Tigers, now with a touchdowns, two on runs of 60 over at the Union 41 yard line again held it a set of downs
terlachen to climax 1974 perfect 7-0 record, are ranked and 47 yards and the other on and a quick 10 yard pass from before punting. This time
Homecoming activities third in the state in Class 2A. an 18 yard pass from quar- Hazen to Doug Barnett put the when Union got the ball the
Union scored over 20 points Curtis Sirmones was the terback Danny Hazen. But bya ball in Ram territory. at the 49 Rams held them to a punt at
long shot it was not a one yard line. the 50 yard line.
man-game. Blocking by the But the Tigers still could not The Rams received the puntat
Tigers was exceptional and get a drive and four plays the 14 yard line and could
the defense almost completely later punted. The Rams took not move In two plays. On

Possibly the best junior up and then it was a run away Jeff Jockel. stopped Interlachen in the last over at the six yard line. third down the Rams fumbled
varsity team Bradford High game." "All of these players came three quarters. Another quick four downs again and Glenn Kemp pickedit
has ever had, the Baby Tornado BHS had a 12-6 lead at around in the second half and Union recovered four In- without gam put the Rams in a up and ran in for a Tiger
terlachen fumbles and intercepted punting situation and the touchdown. The extra point
halftime the Eastside
gridders are still undefeated score played the type of game they
after beating coming from a minor are capable of playing' two passes for the Tigers took over again at the try was not good and Union
Eastside 32-6 at Citizens Fieldin defensive breakdown and the commented Hatcher. Ends on night while holding the Ramsto 46 yard line. was in front 48-0 with 1:20: left
two BHS coming froma a total offense of 142 yards. On first down Hazen con- in the third period. Time ran
Gainesville last scores the offenses are Dave
Thursday.Next
not completely organized Jay Godwin and FranklinBell. Dailey, This is compared to union's nected with Curtis Sirmoneson out shortly after the kick off.
week the Tornadoeswill offense. 388 yards rushing and 150 a pitch out and the senior Union got the ball again on a
be trying to break a BHS "We were a little sluggish in "We are going to have to 11'i yards passing. The Tigers runningback went 46 yards for fumble this time at the Tiger
record. I It they beat Buchholz the first half but in the second play our best defensive second team played the entire the first touchdown of the 45 yard line. On the first play
gameof
next week they will be the first half we started picking up," the season to beat second half. game. The extra point at- Boyzie Perry broke loose for
JV team in BHS History to goa says defensive Coach Roger Buchholz," Coach Union also made impressivescores tempt was no good and the 40 yards to the five yard line.
says
season undefeated.But Chilson. Chilson. "Their running and like a 70 yard punt Tigers had a 6-0 lead with 8:03: Two plays later Luke Smith
that will not be an easy Quarterback Jackson throwing is real good. return by Joe Maxwell, a 45 left in the first half. took it three yards for the
task. Buchholz is also undefeated Prevatt had one of his better "Our Kids game are reading, no yard run by Hazen and a 65 Interlachen recived the kick score to put Union in front 54-
and has given up nights, throwing a career high doubt and we would like to see yard pass reception by Buddy off at the 34 yard line and on 0. The extra point run by Tony
only 12 the entire Perry. second down fumbled and and the
points year three touchdown passes. All everybody at the Paytee was good
while averaging 30 points per three of those passes went to Thursday night to supportus game Billy Cain recovered to give Tigers were winning 56-0 with
game.Bradford. Roger Bennett. commented Lake Butltr Intarlachan Union the ball at the 36 yard 11:56: left in the game.
Chilson."If
Curtis Slrmone kicks an extra point last 14 First Down 9
has never beaten scored Friday night line of the Rams. Interlachen got the ball at
Kenny Aycox two
we shut out Buchholzthis Yards Rush 102
Buchholz in junior varsity touchdowns for Bradford, will be the first JV team to adding to the 70-0 slaughter of Interlachen. 388 ISO Yards Pa>. 40 After driving down to the 20 the 31 yard line and stayed
competition and this year a lot including a 92 yard run. go undefeated and to allow as 5110. PC.PA PI J180 yard line on runs by Andy strickly to the throwing game,
lies on the game for BHS. "Earl Biggs did his usual 3 Je Punts 3 25 Howard and Sirmones the completing two for a first
few 26 Coach
as points,
BUS has given up 26 pointsso good job for us on offense and Hatcher. Bradford says has had 65 1 Fumble Penalties Lost 25 4 Tigers scored on an 18 yard down before the Rams ran out
far this season and in most he made an interception that three shut outs, over Eastside, BHS Gridders pass from Hazen to Sirmones.The of the 48 yard line and the
games play the second and Sirmones kick took
was called back on defense," North Marion and Palatka was good Tigers over.
third string players. BHS has said Coach Hatcher.A Scan By Quarters" : and Union went in front 21-0 at On second down, second
South. The Baby Reds have LB 0 21 27 22 70
been getting about 25 points major factor in the per- made two major upsets when Intr. 0 0 0 0 0 halftime. string quarterback Joe
per game. formance of the runningbacksand beating Palatka South 22-0) Face Passing Starting off the second halfin Maxwell completed a touch
"Our overall team effort, fashion the for
the good passing comes and Gainesville School good Tigers down pass to Buddy Perry
even in the Eastside game, from the good blocking from High Interlachen received the scored on the first play when 43 yards. The extra point run
was pointed mainly toward the offensive line. Listed are 148.The opening kick off and at first it Sirmones went 60 yards by L.W. Commings was good
the Buchholz: game," says the starters on the offensiveline game will start at 7 Threat looked like the contest wasn'tgoing around the end. and Union was in front 64-0.
Head JV Coach Harry Hat that have opened holes for pm. at the Bradford High FridayRiding to be one sided. The The conversion run by Both teams changed
cher. "It was not a run away runners all year. At center is Stadium.This Is the last gameof Rams did not move far, two 15 Lorenzo Griffin was good and possession of the ball twice
contest in the first half, but Lawrence Budget. guards Lee the season for the BHS JV a 5-1 record and a, Gridders will face one of the yard penalties not helping, but Union went in front 29-0 with before Union got the ball at
midway through the third Casey and Keith Carter and and the Coaches are asking chance to get into the state. finest passing teams they will they looked more impressivethan 11:24: left in the third quarter. the Union 36 yard line with
quarter our offense cranked tackles Marty Russell and big support. playoffs, Bradford Hig;i meet this year when Fer- i later in the game. Interlachen got the kick at less than 20 seconds left in the
nandina Beach visits Starke *,, With a fourth down at the 26 the 27 yard line and on first game. Then tin a reverse play
Friday night starting at8 p.m. yard line the Rams punted down fumbled and Andy Buddy Perry went 64 yards for
i If Bradford wins its next and Union took over at the Howard recovered to give the last Tiger score to make it
hi four games the Tornadoes will Tiger 41 yard line.On a second Union the ball at the 30 yard an even 70-0.() ) The extra point
in t Jt t go into the state playoffs and Whitehead from Hazen to Tim line.A. try was no good and Union
t } eoo will probably face Milton High the Tigers almost 16 yard run by Griffin put settled for the 70-0() ) mark.
School in Starke a week after broke loose for a TD but the the ball at the three yard line.

Thanksgiving,. ,..,. play was stopped at the Ram Then he went the last three
} ? !"l"',38 yard JJne.iMftUfeionmoved, for the The
But that. isi four* yards score.
_" .. __._,.... _. i.1 iIrartiaawr. way'afterMFerndndtfaOrange : games'.''* down to the Sirmones kick was good and BasketballPractice
a+4+ x au. b Park, Eastside and Raoft29 yard line before a Union was ahead 36-0) with
t North Marion. Tiger fumble and Interlachen 9:29: left in the third period.
at the 19 yard line.
Fernandina has a wide open recovery
offense and should throw the Then the Rams started The Rams got the ball) at the
ball about 30 times against moving and moving fast. In 27 yard line again and this Mon.Varsity
BHS, according to Head five plays the Rams moved to time held it for four downs Begins .
Tornado David Hurse. the 33 yard line and a 15 yard before punting. Joe Maxwellgot
.+aw.r.awNMr "This is Coach Bruce penalty moved it out to the 49 the punt and went all the Basketball practicewill
Bennett's first year there and yard line with a first down. way back 70 yards for another begin next Monday at
he has brought along a group Then on) four or five big plays Union score. The extra point Bradford High with about
of kids well disciplined,' says the Rams started threatning ,attempt was no good and eight players expected out,
Coach Hurse. "They have at the Tiger 27 yard line with a 1 Union was in front now 42-0 not including five players still
good size: and good speed." out for football.
FB runs the 50 defense and Last year the Tornadoes
plays the Eagle position a lot. BHS Cross Team ended the season with a 23-4
Country
This is where the tackle lines record and will go this year
up at the shoulder of the guard missing three starters. Curtis

and outside a linebacker i 01 the: lacitie._ plays! to the To Run Conf. At Santa Fe White Alvaughn, Abie Golden Williams graduatedlast and

Coach Bennett played for Bradford High's Cross BUS, Buchholz and North year.
Valdosta during its hayday Country team traveled to Marion," says Cross Countryand All three were starters and
and is incorporating the same Gainesville Wednesday after- Track Coach Grover each took turns leading the
offense and defense that noon to participate in the Big Howard. team in scoring and

Valdosta used then for the Sun Conference meet, but "I'd say Buchholz was the rebounding.
Fernandian team. results could not be in by press favorite and if things went Returning from last year
Now the Pirates are at an time. right we could win the meet It will be seniors Elva Hamptonand
even 3-3 mark and Coach BHS had two wins duringthe will be a close meet," com- Reggie Green and junior
Hurse expects it to be a hard last two weeks but last mented Howard (See Page 11)
fought game that BHS needsto Thursday lost in a three way
go to state. "I believe our meet with Ocala Vanguardand .
kids are ready," says Hurse. Eastside. OV won with 17
FB has the North Florida points, and Eastside placed NOW SELLINGLots
Conference's leading passerfor second with 49 points,
quarterback with Roger followed closely by BHS with
Godwin, a 180 pound 54 points.
sophomore doing the signal This was the last regular in Newly Platted area of
MALDNE calling. Slot man Bill meet of the season and most of
Dobrasky, 160 pounds also the runners will be competing Crosby Lake CemeteryNow
leads the conference in in the conference meet.
receiving. He likes to run In the three way meet BHS
sideline patterns, according to only ran its first year and is the time to make a decision
the BHS scouting report. freshman runners instead of
10995 "They are potentially the usual top runners, so these while the widest selection is available.
dangerous if they happen to runners could benefit from the
have a hot night passing the experience.
ball and we could be in a lot of Placers for BHS in the meet For further information, or appointment to
Twin Size, each piece trouble, says Offensive Line were in seventh place Jerry
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I Tigers To Face PKY In LB Thursday NightUnion All Sports Plan

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High Tiger Gridders belts will ., FundRaising :
make the
state
will lace P.K. Yonge tonight playoffs if PKY game will also be at The Tiger defense has givenup and Tim Whitehead at tight
I Thursday i instead of Friday next three they ball win one of the home and will start at 8 p.m. an average of two and a end.Curtis The Bradford AllSportsClub
night due to school being out season. games for the "We Just outmuscled them. half points per game while the Sirmones led the will hold an important
Friday and hunting season Last week In the second half the second offense has been getting about Tigers in rushing getting 177 meeting Monday( night, Nov.
Saturday morning. over Union rolled 70-0 team played and there were 45 points a game. Union has yards in just nine carries. 1))} 11, In the BUS Field House.
hapless Interlachen to more points scored then thanin That is Final plans will be made for
The Tigers, still undefeated climax scored more than 60 points in averaging about 30
with seven wins under their activities 1974 homecoming the first," says Head Tiger each of the last three games. yards per carry During the \ :i the chicken and rice supper to
at Union High. TheInlerlachen Coach Jack Jones."I last four games Union has rT."i'.4. '. be held prior to the final home
g, 1II'L 111II think !the offensive line Starting for the Tigers on been getting over 500 yards ",........: i. ;" football game with
did a great job for the third the offensive line are Jerry total .ffense'and again this is ..v'f .., ;.''I''V':: "i' \ Gainesville Eastside on
straight game in a row and the Dukes and Andy Raulerson at with the second '\ ; : :' :"; ...I,1:! ,'!. Thursday, Nov. 21, starting at
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defense turned in another guards, Craig Shadd and most of the second haves. ., .. ;,... ; .. 5 p.m. Dinners may be taken
outstanding, game," says Danny Pearson at tackles, "I still don't think we have out or eaten at the stadium
Coach Jones.Starke. Richard Wombsley at center peaked as far as our offense is and get a good seat for the
concerned," says Coach game.
"""' 7' Jones.The first stringers have Adult tickets will be $1.25.
: BuilUp iers Wrapshampionshii not had a good chance to and students, 75 cents. Plansto
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"I have all respect for PKY Buddy Perry sails around right end last Friday night to will! be announced in next
BantamC ) and they have a quarterback score a Tiger touchdown to help the Tigers in the 70-0 Home week's paper.
that is known as one of the coming I victory, Proceeds from the dinner
best in North Florida," will go toward purchasing
Iron meets Kitchens Tile says
Starke Builders, with one Jones. letter jackets for all
while Wishbone Chicken takeson Youth Tennis Lessons BeginThe sports
game remaining has wrapped. The 6'4 200 pounder is a this year. Some of the
front runner, Starke
up the Bantam Flag Cham- Builders junior and is also the team's Youth Tennis classes that signed up to be at tnis proceeds will also go towardthe
pionship- with a 7-2-1 record.: leading rusher as well as will get underway Monday meeting. various athletic banquets.DDDDDDft.
Their two losses coming at The Branding Iron team has passer. PKY is 3-4 so far this
November 11, with the Boys ------------- ------
the hands of the Branding Iron been picked to play Lake season and Coach Jones says meeting that afternoon at 3:30:
Restaurant and Wishbone Butler, Friday, November 8, he plans nothing different for p.m. at the Pratt Street tennis DAY CARE JT8
Fried Chicken. 3:30: p.m.at Pratt Street.Then this team. courts.
Going into'the final game, Friday, November IS, an All- "As long as our kids play r, CENTER
quarterback attempts a quick against Tuesday,November 5, Brand- Star team will travel to Lake well like they have, I don't see Then Tuesday the girls will ".S FROM ARM BABIES
pall
l'niolllli h last Friday night but the Tlgerderense was hard ing Iron Restaurant and Wish- Butler to play an all-star team how we can be beat," says meet at 3:30: p.m.It '"a
to penetrate as Union took the 70-0 victory. bond Fried Chicken were tied there. Coach Jones. is mandatory for those TO SCHOOL AGE

for second place, but this CONSTANT CAR-
should change as Branding"I U.S. 301 N.MUFFLERS STARKE FLA.INDEPENDENT 2 BALANCED SNACKS
Fit TJtreat.... Fall r Saw MUFFLER SHOPS ri
GolfTourney NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
(From Page 10) DEALER
REASONABLE RATES
weare close and cannot afforda
let down," says Coach 0 o i) 1 WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE. I

Hurse.On the defense for Fernandina -J THEIR PROBLEMS (rtf ) i

SIiin Hiner at, 165 linebackers pounds, and are To Be 1stFirst )W( Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,....r

Billy "'ea therston. Both are BRAKES Baptist Church .>
quick and aggressiveand read Annual Fall Festival STARTERS SHOCKS 964-5136 '.t t,, I'
plays well according to the Golf Tournament will be heldat don't know why I dido GENERATORS PH. 964. 677 ELECTRK-Ai, 11O1 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR
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PARTS
nost'mun is Robert Club next Saturday November think of this before." ALTERNATORS CUSTOM UtffrlPE BENDING ibooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeThe
Uirmor l(>:r>pounds, who likes 16. -
to hit reacts to plays quick It will be a full handicap,
and reads the backs well. two men on the best ball
Taiklos are Will Lerey. 220 tourney and members of the
pounds and Gay Bear Both Starke Club and the KeystoneGolf
are strong and aggressive and and Country Club are
hive good speed Ends: are invited to participate.
Billy New 170 and Piper also Merchandise prizes will be
170 pounds. Both are quick given to winners along with Florida National Banks
and like to hit according to the trophies to the best twosome.
reportLast There will also be a chipping
week the Tornadoes contest costing $1 for three
Kid an open date :\Iondayall balls.
they did was look over the Entry fee for the tour-
:Macclenny films, then nament is $5 dollars and the
Tuesday went out in shorts for players will make up their
tn minutes Wednesday. own twosomes. A half dozen introduce
Thursday and Friday the balls will be given to the a revolutionary
Il'aml'nt out in pads for closest to the pin on hole three
hitting!! work outs. "We had a and a dozen balls to the ball
real I good practice. Friday and closest to hole No. 11.
I was pleased with the hit- Next year the festivity is
ling." says Coach Hurse. supposed to expand, includinga
This week we had good meal I and a tennis tour
workouts\. :Monday andS nament.
)''JW.dI)' _;uid an especially ,. idea Save ,.
iynxi hitting day Tuesday" new : your money

uimmeiiled llurse. Basketball.......
We are going to have to do
.1 i good lob| rushing the (From Page 10)
quarterback against FB. We vV'ayne Berry. Four senior
especially going to have to lettermen that are expected to
IUM good rushing from the come out after football season
defensive ends" says are Donnie Sewell, Sheldon for that automobile
Defensive Line Coach Mike Hodge, James Aldridge and new
l'xton. David McMillian. Richard
Fernandina has beaten Lashley is a hopeful to come ,
M Augustine and Bolles, two
teams that BUS has also out."We have a lot of people
beaten These are the only two coming back plus some good

pla.ved teams both schools have junior people varsity coming,"up says from Head the that kitchen that

"We are going to have to BUS Basketball Coach Mike new new
have a goat team effort and I Sexton. "The secret is how we
hope) being off for the open put it all together." ,
date. hasn't hurt us. I would Up from theJV this year are
hate for us to lose any of the Alfred Ross, Milton Baker,
nunnentonlthat we have had Willis Berry, Daryl Moody
this season," says Sexton. and Robert Best. All are

juniors. boat that abroad
"Last years team playedwell trip
together. That is the
FLORIDATHEATRE reason for our success last
year," commented Sexton. ,
"Weare going to have to mold
these people into a unit."
The junior varsity will begin
: practice this year different. that
: For the first week all the ninth that new
Fri-Sat-Sun graders come out, then the new camper
coaches pick the best out of
: "The' Lords that group. Then the 10th ,
graders come out the second
ofFlutbusli" week and the best are pickedout

PLUS Then of them.the two are put
together and if any cuts are color television set.
Steve McQueen still needed they will be made.
Last year the junior varsity
"The Reivers" team had a good season of 15-4



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HOME NOTES

Letters to the Editor
FROM YOUR EXTENSION

/. t4 ECONOMICS HOMEr"

Farm Bureau Stand .f'l
I Explained _4i I' BY KATHY BROWN ........
.. .

Dear Editor: Bureau is controlled by that companies. Some possible which have later helped FarmBureau's
be in The Starke Extension Rye flour is the only one of
county organization. Only exceptions to this may ability to execute
We, the executive board those people are accepted for the tire and battery programs programs which have aided Homemakers Club will meet similar this group that that has gluten
to found in wheat
members in behalf of the members who are bona fide where the initial price of farmers and others. THURSDAY NOVEMBER
Bradford Farm farmers or others who have a products are cut and the 14, at 10 a.m. at the flour. Gluten is the substancethat
County real interest connectionwith to Through this Agriculture Building in takes up water and
or savings are passed on
Bureau, want to know that
you The basis. Farm Bureau Starke. produces a light structure
agriculture. Board of members on a cost :
we sincerely appreciate your typical of baked products.
Directors make final decisionon
excellent news coverage of the Farm Fought to Any Interested homemakeris
Bradford County
Bradford County Farm" membership.Farm Bureau members consist of Florida's "Green Belt" invited and encouraged to When only one of these
Bureau and your service to and attend. The program this flours is used in a baked
Bureau does have vegetable crops
the Fought increases in
community throughout affiliated companies that strawberry growers, grain sales tax on farm month is "Recycled Gift product, the resulting productwill
years. furnish economic services to producers, livestock and Wraps," getting us into a be heavy and unlike the

Recently, the Bradford members such as: insurance cattlemen, pultrymen and Worked retain the Christmas mood. usual product we expect. They
County Farm Bureau has tires, etc. These services are producers of other tax exemption on feed, ( !) This meeting is the annual should be used in small
been exposed to what we feel limited to Farm Bureau agricultural commodities, fertilizer and other holiday show and tell and amounts with heat flour to
are some unwarrented members. Some of these who are highly respected tools which in reality the tasting party. Each achieve a light product. If
criticisms and comments. We companies are organized as citizens in the community.Their saving should have homemaker is asked to bringa lightness is not important,
would appreciate a moment of mutual companies and as reasons for joining passed on to the Christmas gift or decorationshe they can be used without
your time and space as we regular stock corporations for Farm Bureau vary..but has made to show and tell wheat flour.
attempt to set the record legal and control purposes. usually stem from the simple Fought Congress' others how-to-do and a
straight on the relationship of But all operate principally on recognition that they are in a rollback proposals. favorite holiday food with the SOY FLOUR
Bradford County Farm a non-profit basis, and only minority. They realize that a Worked for passage recipe for the tasting party For those homemakers
Bureau in the community.It members can participate. In collective voice a united Agricultural Fair which will follow the meeting. especially concerned with
other words, after sufficient front, is best for a healthy Act and The Starke Senior Citizens nutrients in baked products
has been said and Impliedthat reserves for growth and future for agriculture in legislation supported and the Lawtey Extension they make at home, soy flour
Farm Bureau is an un- planned expansion, any Bradford County and the stateof of enhancing farmers group Homemakers Club should be of interest.
scrupulous, profiteering retained earnings are Florida. Farm Bureau is position bargaining with | will be guests at the meeting.
organization out to take unfair returned to members and their organiza tion...doing and handlers. 4 Soy Hour is the ground
advantage of some Bradford County Farm Bureau who what they wait done. FLOURSOn product obtained after the oil
citizens. This is NOT so! The participate in these programs.The Fought to a recent visit in Union and the seed coat is removed
Bradford County Farm regular stock cor- Farm Bureau has been agricultural exemptions high County a homemaker from the soybean. Soy flour
Bureau is a private non- porations pay corporate in- active in Florida for several Workmen's suggested that a topic of in- has a protein content of 50 to
profit, general farm come tax on any profits decades acting as the "Voiceof and Unemployment terest to herself and otherswas 52 percent, and contains
( organization with 600 realized just as any corporation Agriculture." Many of the pensation resulting in on flour and nutrients in it. significantly more protein
volunteer members. Membership would. There is no members' views have taken of millions of dollars than calcium, iron vitamin A. and
in a county Farm favored tax treatment of these the form of official policies Florida farmers and the Most of the white flour we thiamine than enriched all-
I chers. use is wheat flour. All purposeor purpose, white wheat flour.
family flour is the white
Was flour most commonly found in Soy flour is not usually
I passage of "Right to to supermarkets. Quality of this found in supermarkets but is
Paying at The Polls law. In Farm Bureau, we flour depends on many factors usually available at a health
experts in the areas of that and the degree of milling food store. It is not recom-
labor relations, 10 to will affect how many nutrients mended that you use this flour
resources, safety and remain in the flour. Today alone in baked products
jg As an aftermath of Tuesday's course. He inherited a revolution) in the governmental affairs who of many flours are enriched with because it does not contain

% Democratic landslide at the polls, the price of world raw materials, a specta- be called on at any and vitamins and minerals that enough gluten, which gives
jg party now appears to be in position to cular budget deficit from the war and lend assistance in these be have been lost in milling. This the cohesiveness to dough,
welfare policies of previous administra- a would be indicated on the and gives lightness to baked
3 solid base for the 1976
build political There
a are
label and it would be wise to .
products.It
election tions, and a burden of inflation, debt, programs young farmers
S presidential year. check the labels and buy
and trade. For the first time in historythe ranchers!! programs and "enriched" flour to use in

3 Most of the big population states are nation faced the paradox of inflationand safety ;programs social activities your family baking. This will flour can to be mixed make with a wheat more

:; now in the hands of Democratic governors recession at the same time. promote benefit not only the product.insure a more nutritious nutritious baked product. If

|S including New York, California community but the your family enjoys cakes,
5 Texas, and Florida giving the party a But while Mr. Ford was not to blame state. Flours made from other cookies, homemade bread and
i 2: decided advantage in its efforts toy for originating these problems, he could ex- grains may be found in some pastries, you might feel better
One very recent held markets. This would include about serving them if you use
be faulted for trying to treat them with
crucial states in 1976.
these Farm Bureau
capture whole wheat flour, as well as some soy Hour in making
S 6# Robert Strauss, Democratic national worn-out, traditional remedies that had program was the donation rye, barley, corn, oats, them because you will be

g; chairman, was not far wrong in his pre- already proved ineffectual, rather than Kidney Perfusion potatoes buckwheat, soybeans adding much protein to the
the
:: "about 90 with bold new programs which the University product.
S election prediction that per Hospital. This machine and others.
5 cent of the American people will be situation demands. He spent valuable already been credited ,

j living under Democratic governors" as a time in partisan campaigning for candi-- saving several lives. ....... ........................ ............. ................
dates of his party when the crises of a
% result of Tuesday's voting.
skidding economy and soaring inflation consumer In order and to better help DQQaC CJa J 0 GJPPa0( 3

Similar gains in Democratic ranks in demanded that he stay on the Washington producer Farm I
WILLIAM .\\
W( the House and Senate were also scored, scene. marketing division d Veterans By Service Officer/

totaling a net gain of 50 seats in theft fresh citrus, honey,
Houseconsiderably better than the As a long-time partisan politician and pecans, dairy and I
and feeder calf
average 30 increase for a party out of former GOP leader in the House, Mr. Again, these Here are a few points of have their discharge recorded
the White House in mid-term elections Ford's actions were understandable, non-profit and programs open interest that may help the immediately upon their retul'nhome.
The dischargepaper
veterans here in Bradford original
the Senate the perhaps. But as pointed out by members of the .
since World War II. In County. is one of the most important -
columnist James Reston) "....the Bureau. yet
Democrats picked up an additional five documents that a
or six seats to strengthen their present problems of the nation and the world goon The Bradford County IMPORTANT: The IN- person may receive during his
:> 58-42 majority. and the major criticism of Ford's Bureau is anxious to COME QUESTIONAIRES you or her entire lifetime and
in the mail
first three months is that he has are receiving must every precaution should be
not and further contribute to ( ) be mailed back before
It"w taken to protect it. Any
: -j Although heartening to the Democrats organized himself or his administrationto community's welfare. We been is January 1, 1975. This is a number of disasters may
offered
neither party can take real pridein deal with them. The feeling in Wash benefit the programs to ell is change in the deadline date so occur, however.hich could
what has been an unusually dull ington is that his administration is "slack producers in our growers county the be sure to complete the card result in loss or destruction of

J campaign and election, that failed inf' and dispersed" and his measures are harm to others. We also : and return it as soon as this very important piece of
possible.
either for himself local Farm" paper; such as fire storm,
"not
most areas to instruct or inspire the simply working strong and others. If any such event
electorate, or even to grapple with the his party, or the nation." an asset to an ., A veteran who is receiving occurred, and a veteran'sdischarge
community anywhere, non-service connected
8 most pressing issues facing the nation. there has been no ( was recorded, he
Mr. Ford who footballin disability pension from the could easily obtain a certified
\ played enough) our part to begin any !) and Veterans Administration may
Tt; The attitude of cynicism, disillusionment his high school and college days to controversy or use be paid an additional $44 a copy by Clerk.contacting his local

jj fear, and helplessness ran know better, "blew it" by not runningwith anything harmful to if month if his condition is such County
( )
Jj broad and deep throughout the nation, the .ball when he had it three community, state and the, that he is confined to his homeor The importance of this

resulting in about half of the electorate months ago. The nation was sick of Please consider this as the immediate premises.If service was illustrated

<( turning out at the polls. This meant partisan politics and I longed for unity see our new Bradford the veteran is blind, recently when a the disastrousfire service

that in many races only 25 per cent of and direction.The people hoped) that Mr. Farm going Bureau. office confined to a wheelchair or is records destroyed of millions of persons
the electorate was the deciding factor. Ford could and would provide both. His up.Thank 'shown to be bedfast the who were discharged or
Veterans Administration
great opportunity was to restore a sense you. may released from the Armed
an additional$110 a month
of decency, candor, and in pay Forces of the United States
The sagging economy, runawayi openness George T. Huggins, aid and attendance allowance:
to
prior I960.; Many of the
inflation, and the Watergate-Nixon government, which he has done, and to Jimmy Gaskins, Vice people in this category will
When is determined
years were the burden of the Republican provide leadership and a sense of orderly Freddie L. Watterson to a be veteran eligible for either now be unable to obtain proofof

party, and many voters no doubt turnedto direction away from the twin and the housebound of$44 a monthor their military service and
the Democratic Party not for positive threats of inflation and recession, whichhe ) the aid and attendance could encounter great difficulties -
I has not done. allowance of $110 month in the event they ever
reasons but as a means of choosing "the SFCC MobileInformation a ,
wish to apply for some
such amounts are paid in
lesser of two evils, since no political veterans benefit provided by
addition to the regular amount
is has been Instead of running with the ball, he the
party now or ever entirely 1 i of pension to which he is en- the State or Federal Govern
I lily white. took off on extracurricular activities, cut. titled. ments.

such as partisan campaigning for hard- To Visit
taper The approval of either of
Every veteran regardlessof
J.
But the people were disturbed and pressed Republican candidates insteadof these additional benefits also when he was in military
'! undoubtedly disappointed with the staying in Washington and cultivating Santa Fe board authorizes the Veterans service, should take ad-
results of President Ford's first three bipartisan support for his anti-inflation t College Mobile \ wood 1" Administration to pay for any vantage of this free service
months in office. program weak as it was. Van will be visiting the outpatient treatment which and have his discharge paper
communities listed below in the veteran may obtain from recorded.

The nation's unemployed workers He also blew it with ill-timed errors of the date and time given. his approved private by physician the Veterans when .......... ... ... ... ........

numbered 5.5 million in Octobersix per judgment, such as the pardon of President The van will be staffed gun Administration.Don't .

cent of the total work force, and the Nixon, and a kind of qualified personnel from the stock this SERVICE MENr
highest level in almost three years. amnesty for draft dodgers, which was Information Center, a forget the Bradford
really not at all. service of the County Veterans Service .
amnesty ---
Development Office. Office, in the Courthouse, is
Unemployment among blue collar be open all day Monday and r 1 1JJ"
workers went up from 6.8 to 7.3 per cent For these and other shortcomings, The staff, Richard Cain Wednesday morning each

in Octoberand among blacks from 9.8 Mr. Ford and the Republican Party have Michael Wright will of week.

to 10.9 per cent.Unemployment. paid at the polls just two years after and available to information answer :
Richard Nixon won the White House in give FREE SERVICE
programs There is available to all
threatened to take one of history's two largest presidential calendar and services Ralph veterans one free service

priority over inflation as the nation'schief landslides. Santa Fe Community Irvin which is too often overlooked

topic of worry while prices kept The schedule is: or) disregarded.This 1I 1-I
going up just before election time, Unless Mr. Ford shows a lot more in learn ,:,
adding to Republican woes. the next two years than he has shown in Friday, November : tree particular free service
enables all veterans to have
Hampton, City hall 9-10 ; I
the past three months, he and his party Starke, Bradford obtain yours their service discharges
President Ford could not be blamed will continue to pay at the polls in the Neighborhood Service thesis recorded by the County Clerk

personally for all these troubles, of elections of 1976. OldR.J.E. High School, by of any County in the State of,
Florida. Most veterans who
12 noon; Raiford East "A
Handy Way Store, 1-2 ; the take advantage of this service
and Lawtey, City Hall, : South have their discharge placedon
record in their of
Bia 3:30: p.m. 1962. it county
CpOh residence.

rro he Old / Every person who is James E. Johns,
QIiiiijF: Next released or discharged from son of Mr and Mrs. Miller L.
: 4 of the active duty with the Armed Johns Jr., has been assignedto
the Forces should be advised to Cannon AFB. New Mexico
i c i as a supply service specialistafter
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER completing Air Force

,; Publishers b gJ.\1 ( basic at Lackland AFB,
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act t0 Texas.
of March 3. 1879. .-. -.J 6" During his six weeks of
basic, he studied
organization -
Subscription rate in trade area6: per year: 3.50 six months. They say men are vehicle la history .Is considered to be and customs and received -
Outside trade area: .7 per year: 44.00 six months. ed from lower forms artillery carriage Nicolas special instruction Inhuman
Phone 964-6305[ Starke Fla. In 1769. .
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BRIEFBy


Jeannette PrescottIIAU.OVVKKN W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE GRAIN FED

CARNIVAL BOTTOM ROUND SAVE I thr

Many thanks go to man
people who helped to mak
this year's Carnival a gref
success. Students, parent, : BONELESSROAST
teachers, and merchant
x
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worked very hard. The loU ) .' LLi
community of Brooker is to b
commended for making sue'
a cooperative effort.
yl-
The carnival began with al 1 V:
impressive parade under the ;
direction of Charlotte ..k f _
Tomlinson. The parade wai %
led by Deputy Sheriff Robert ,
Green,and included a float foi f L
King, Queen, Prince, anc Yr r V ''
Princess contestants, a float
for the Kindergarten class JT'19
the Brooker fire truck, andvarious I I _
ghosts, goblins and KYYLMMIMT YLVIYr t1wt
witches. After the parade; THIS COUPON WORTH $2.00 OFF BFEF PEOP '
V
$, CHOICE
there was a gathering on the TIM/1 IIFM PE1 COUPON
basketball court of those the price of 60 .
i Austria email Lt.hh
attired in costume hh
every '
10" COVERED WI PLEDGE TO fiGHT
imaginable some were CHICKEN FRYER INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY
pretty, some ugly, many were A+gJ.ll. $1199 PRICE
scarey, and some r0uloo LOUroR VALUE W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE GRAIN FED
unrecognizable.A PAre999 wllA COUPON BOTTOM ROUND BONELESS
PRICES GOOD THUR. NOV. 7
delicious supper was VsIID 1YIU DEC Quantity Rights
served from 5 to 8 o'clock STEAK $129 LB. Reserved
under the guidance of Mary r LI WINN-DIXIE STORES. INC. THRU WED. NOV. 13
Jane Green. Master of COPYRIGHT 1974
Ceremonies for the Carnival,
Art Quicksall, began an ex USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES)
citing Bingo game at 5 o'clock
that lasted until 8. That in- CAN'UMHAM SLICEooOYiilcONWDS
cluded surprises! many prizes and GROUND BEEF

The King and Queen Prince
and Princess were crowned
after the Bingo game. This 99 $ I SAVE
years King Don Green, had BD< WHOLE JB99 1110
12,138 votes. The Queen, BRAND PURE ,
Deborah Green, had 15,955 r
GROUNDBEEF
98
votes. The Prince David jill
Hamilton has 12,751 votes: the SAVE IB. SAVE % / 1-LB.
Princess, Donna McDavid, LB. CAN
had to 25.0U4 all\contestants voles Many including thanksgo 5 p .G.$399 PKG. $1 7D $100 ;wvis PKG.

Paula Green, Cindy Nettles; ,
Keith Starling Kicky W-D BRAND BRAND PORK SHOULDER
Mayben, Carol t'ussell, Jill
Hayes, Greg Lewis and Pete ROASTWD COFFEE
CHUCK PICNICS -
collecting Hodge who votes worked very hard

Thanks also to Betty Hayes, '

chairman Virginia Crews of headed the contest.up this SAVE SAVE fblgercaffbe SAVE


year's evening.suspense Raffle The throughout rifle which was provided won the by 31c LB. 8 8 nab aloe 11c LB. 58 25cWHOLE 8..

Jane Fred Johns Green,,the the grill butcheringpig by Mary U. S. CHOICE 1LB.

by Mrs. C.I". Brown the I CAN
bicycle by Dickey Tetstone, LB. LB.
the doll by Andy Wilkerson. Limit 1 with $7.50 or mar purchat*excluding cigarette
Linda and Tommy Cox. and
John and Jane Kiggs,
provided un exiting cake walk USDA GRADE '.0..' QUICK fROZEN W-D BRAND W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP SHOULDER OR CHUCK BONELESS FRESH PORK ((3 PBS A DOWN) BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER

cakes that included pies and many prizes.beautiful David Baking Hens LB.49C Roll Roast . $139 Spareribs . LI. 98C Helpers . 2 PKGS $1

Fussel, Carnival\ Chairman, SAVE 31l FRESH PORK ASSORTED W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE, OR SELECTED SKINNED & SLICED SAVE !1/f ARROW TBath -
estimated that over 500() attended 98c T-Bone Steak $189 Beef Liver LB.99c Tissue. 3 ':g s11 $100SAVE
Loin Chops '
the carnival and that . iB LB . .
over $:MM\( ) was taken in, but 10c W D BRAND WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP SIRLOIN OR TOP SWIFT PREMIUM FULLY COOKED DOUGLAS

linal profit figures have of expenses not been and Sliced Bologna 'As69C Round Steak LB $189 Ham Patties 'X $149 Whole Chicken 5 LAN, 99C

tabulated. Thanks again to all SAVE 31c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP ROUND TIP OR BONELESS WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP LOIN SOUTHERN BISCUIT

those contributed\\worked so generously so hard and to Chuck Steak 98C Round Steak LB, $169 Strip Steaks 10 Ss: $998 Flour . 5 pis, 68C

provide an enjoyable evening W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS STEAKS FRENCH FRIED PERCH KRAFT
for all in helping to raise funds All Stew $139 1 Delmonicos $2" Fish Fillets 5 "o $489 Barbecue Sauce 60T71E 39c
to provide a better education Meat LB LI. P T
program for our children.

PHYSICAL: CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLESOUP DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE OR FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW

Jeff In Hill's the boys team Football has clinched unit- I 1 1EARS

slate.lirst place Handy with Haulerson a perfect and 3-0 W. K. CORN :,IrIJCORD,

Pete ]Hodge's teams will
square off with each other to ,
decide the second and third SAVE i
place positions. The girls in $ ? tam regetable $
!Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Ivey's 29C
classes will compete in a j
powderputf football game at 9 3 88,1, 12

on student Friday body.In before. the entire 03/4-01.. 1lTs 17-01. 1

the Hl1 -o'OH.FUN) CANS CANSPEPSl
program Pete I lodge con-
tinues to dominate the
mileage chart. He reached the PEPPERIDGE
15 mile mark last Friday Oz. CHOCOLATE. :
!Malissa Habon Todd Wood MONiicNiG.N
and Linda Manning are to be CAK

some congratulated.good mileage They this turned week in Cola:. LAYER S


Mr. PKKSOVU.S and Mrs.; Walter Stoad Stamps SAVE

Prevail, of Gainesville, were 40c

the visiting Mrs.weekend.Ernest her parents Edwards, Mr.over and 88Deposit 3 L B. 78'' Wftunln D1e

Mrs. Thelma Polk, was 17.oz.
\isiting her sister. :Mrs. Fa 'ePlldgl't PKG. CAKE
t. in Gainesville over
the weekend. They joined
!Mrs. Padgett's son. Morris
Johnson and family in KRAPT FRENCH PIIISKIES U S. No. I RUSSET BAKING MRS.SMITH'S DUTCH APPLE.LEMON.APPLE.PEACH COCONUT

!New:Mr.berry and for Mrs.dinner Ronald Sunday.Polk Dressing . 2 iVS: 88C Cat Food . 5 CANS $100| Potatoes . 10 lAG LI 79C Pumpkin Pie "PIE''.' 89C

and family were visiting Mr. SAVE lOc THRIFTY MAIDChili CRACKIN' GOOD CALIFORNIA BLACK WHITE OR SOUTHERN BELLE (IS PACK)

omdIrs.family! in. Mitchell LaCrosse Harrell Sunday.J.V. and. & Beans. '"CAN'/" ", 39C Saltines . 2 AS, $1 1 Red Grapes 3 tIS $1 1 Devil CrabTASTE . 15-01.PKG.loot.: 99c

Edwards acompanied THRIPTY MAID CRACKINGOOD TOASTERPastries U S. No I ((3 IB BAG. 39c) O' SEA HADDOCK FILLET OR

l his for cousin a visit Mrs.to Mrs.Eva Harrell's Harrell Beef Stew . o 2401.CAN 79C . 2 JSst. $100 1 Yellow Onions 5 A. 59C Flounder . PKG.: 99c
brother Ercell )Edwards, at
THRIFTY MAIDPork SAVE 17c DIXIE DARLING PINK OR WHITE GRAPEFRUIT OR TASTE 0' SEAPerch
home Friday.in!Mr.Salt Edwards ,is last to & Beans 4 Sss 88C Family Bread. 3 iSssl 1 Oranges . 5 BAG' 69C Fillet tool.PKG... 79C
return to the V.A. Hospital in
Thursday. ARROW SAVE lOc DIXIE OAKLINGPrestige ASTOR AUNT JEMIMA REGULAR OR BLUEBERRY/

Gainesville Please keep this him in your Aluminum Foil 3 %:;; 88c Rolls 2 Jio,: 88C Orange Juice 6 CANS o 99C Waffles . 901.PKG... 59C

prayers.We are happy to report that .-. .---......-........---...-. .................----......-. .,-z.-..---.-_......-.--.-------.- .- -........-..-....--......-....................-...........
from 1 1 t
Mrs. Kleinman is home
the hospital, and improving .I I EXTRA : EXTRA: ; EXTRA ; EXTRA : EXTRA ;
Jilter having a heart attack. 1 I I ( GREEN STAMPS : I I 4" GREEN STAMPS [I I 4" GREEN STAMPS ( I J H GREEN STAMPS I I 4"- GREEN STAMPS ;
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I lie home with his family awhile : 32 01. iTl. scorrsLiquid 1 TEN 1*at. CANS RENUZIT SOLID JENNIE,O '
but had to return him to the in Joy Liquid Gold Chek Drinks Air Freshener Turkey Roast
hospital. Please keep GOOD THRU NOV. 13 ;t S: GOOD THRU MOV. 13 GOOD THRU NOV 13 c S+ GOOD THRU NOV. 13 1 :LLB 0000 THRU NOV. 13 i iS
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Gainesville she'll he last and around GREEN STAMPS I I *M GREEN STAMPS I 4"- GREEN. STAMPS I I JH GREEN STAMPS I I Jftl GREEN STAMPS ;
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j.yui.Uiy lo th; family of the Cottage Cheese 7 Meat Dinners DonwtsGOOD Creamer I PotatoesGOOD '
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES employees of the'Florida State Senior Citizens '- I

I LEGALS Church of God: Sunday LAWTKY Prison at the farm home of from .. .
We are elated by the invitations us all tor a speedy
School 10 Worship Ser- Whitehead
a.m. Sheriff John in
to participate at recovery. We also regret the
NOTICE I vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. By Elizabeth Terry Union County on Saturday. Rotary 1 Club lunches, death of Mrs. Marian Slocumof
NOTICE UNDER
.
and
YPE Prayer Meeting Miss Paula Ann Lock
St.Edward's Catholic Church Keystone Heights a former
; FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Saturday 7:30 p.m. celebrated her 15th birthdaywith
covered dish Santa Fe member of our club. May she
Florida Power & Light supper,
Radio of Raiford.Mr. .
Faith Baptist: Mrs. Francis Hamilton was a weiner roast Saturday "
"rest in
: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Company has made Applicationto Program( over WPXE Starke 8 hostess for a luncheon on and Mrs. Les Mc night. After playing some Senior Citizens College peace.

; i i that the undersigned desiring to the Bradford County Zoning a.m. Sunday.. Bible School 10 Thursday at her home on Clellan Rev. and Mrs. Cecil games and opening the gifts project and Bradford Handicraft County We are broadening our base
..i engage in business under the Board for reclassification of the a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Searing Street for Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Flossie they roasted the weiners. Homemakers statewide through a coalitionof

; fictitious name of BRADFORD property described below from and 7:30: p.m. School of Bible Mamie Lou Edwards Mrs. Rosier and Mr.and Mrs. M.C. Forty guests were present. program.Our Florida organizations of the

;L SQUARE CENTER at number S. OR to BW. Doctrine Tuesday ap.m, at George Roberts Sr., Mrs. Roberts attended a dinner Michelle Lee, of Jacksonville membership determine will how be aging AARP (American
canvassed to
;i W. side of U. S. Hgwy. 301 Pastor's home. Prayer Mabel Wainwright Mrs. Fred Saturday at Sheriff John spent the weekend with Association of Retired Per-
(Walnut St.). in the City of 7 acres on 100A known as Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Moore and Miss Arthurine Whitehead's farm in Union her grandparents Mr. and many want to join in the latter sons), Older Americans

Starke, Florida, intends to Griffis Loop lying Sec. 35 Tn. p.m. Bible Study. Blanchard. County for the retired people Mrs. Gene Pearson. two projects. Santa Fe College Councils on Aging United

register the said name with the 65, Rgn. 22E. Grace United Methodist: who were employed at the Friends of John Holmes will start after New Year's. Railroad Retirees, United

r Clerk of the Circuit Court of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice Prison Farm at one time. regret to learn that he is a Bradford County Transit Union American
Bradford County R or Ida. This change in classification i is Worship Services 11 a.m. and and mother Mrs. Harold Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. surgical patient in the Homemakers will meet Legion Retirees National

it Dated at Miami!, Florida,this 8th subject to a public hearing to be 6:30: p.m. instead of 7:30: p.m. Eunice spent the weekend Daisy Boch and Lynn, Mr. and Veterans Hospital Thursday, Nov. 14, at 10 a.m. Council of Senior Citizens of
held on Tuesday November 26 at with her son and daughter-in- and in the Agriculture Building at other veterans
day of October 1974. Choir Practice 7 p.m. and Mrs. Rom Whaley and family Gainesville. Our prayers Florida
BRADFORD SQUARE CENTER 7:30: p.m. in the County United Methodist fellowshipat law Mr. and Mrs. Emory of Starke, met at the home of love are with him. the Farmers Market. Be sure organizations concerning the
Commission the Eunice and family of Chattanooga to attend! The program is.
; I room at 7:30: p.m.Second Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smithon Mrs. Pierce Crews spent handicapped and the
Bradford County Court House at Tenn. "show and tell" and will be of of Senior Citizens of
; EDWARD TRUPPMAN, M.D. in Series of Sermonson Bayless Highway last weekend with her son and Congress
DONALDKAPLAN which time all persons interested the Mount will be "The Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin Halloween Night and enjoyeda daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ''great interest to all. Perhapsyou'd all Florida. This coalition met
shall be heard for or against the and daughter spent the like to participate in theView the Ann in
:i LLOYD A. MORIBER Peacemakers. weiner roast. W.S. Crews, and family, of at Holiday
KENNETH LUXENBERG proposal as specified In the United Methodist Men held weekend with their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes, of Jacksonville.Mrs. and tell. Kissimmee on October 26 to

:i LESLIE JAY GROSS Zoning Code of Bradford their dinner at the church on Mrs. Gaynell Mooty, in Brunswick, Ga., were dinner Onie Thornton of Our Funny Hat Halloween develop a legislative programfor

Attorney for Applicant County. Saturday. Atlanta Ga. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Auburndale, was a Sunday covered dish meeting was a senior citizens for whichwe

'FROMBERG, FROMBERG ft United Methodist Youth Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin, mie Kelly on Friday.Mr. guest of her sister Mrs. hug success. New members will lobby during the next
0; ROTH. 'P.A. John Torode Chairman held their Halloween party at of South Daytona spent the and Mrs. Les McClellan Pierce Crews. who joined the club at this legislative session in

: 19 West Flagler Street Bradford Co. Zoning Board.L the home of Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their mother, attended the football game at Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey timewere Joann Christiansen Tallahassee and the U.S.

Suite M-102 George Hand Saturday night. Mrs. Hester Hicks and Starke on Friday night and of Perry, spent the weekendwith Mrs. Edwards, Helen Congress in Washington.A .

:. Mam!, Florida 33130: M. Gaines, Highland Baptist: Sunday and brother-in-law Mrs. Glen and Shuford sister, and Mr. watched their grandson, their parents, Mr. and Victory.Harley, Till? Wentz and May meeting has been called
: 10/17 4t 11/7 Director School 9:45 Donald Reddish play.
: : a.m. Worship Mrs. Charles Starling and by SecretaryTreasurerEvelyn
family. Thursday, Oct. 24, we
r"' Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Burney Dobbs and family and Rev.and Mrs. E 1tp 11/7 Rev. Walter Mathis, of celebrated Jessie Bowden's90th
::: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Prayer meeting Wednesday Middleburg, visited Mr. and grandaughter, Tammy, of Harvey birthday, with a party Central Florida Coalition of
: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 7:30: p.m.Northalde. Jacksonville were Sunday Wayne Gustafsoi'i, of Senior Citizens which involves
: Mrs. Les McClellan Tuesday given by her son-in-law and
:: OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Baptist: Sunday afternoon. dinner guests of her in-laws, Colorado and James hI and, daughter, Harry\and Jessie 11 counties. Date December 4

:: BRADFORD COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, school 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Ralph Futch, of Black Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. of Wisconsin, who are Ritchie from New Jersey. at 10 a.m., Pratt Street
: CASE NO.74-265 FOR BRADFORD vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Mildred French, of stationed at Naval Air Station Recreation Center. .
I IN AND Mountain N.C., spent Other Happy BirtHdays were
!::1 i I COUNTY, FLORIDAIn 7:30 Prayer meeting. Wednesday Saturday night with his aunt, Jacksonville Monday after returned spending home ten Green Cove Springs Miss Celia Mary Drew and Lewis Discussion and action on:.!.
: IN RE: The Marriage of FLORIE : p.m.Church Miss Elizabeth Terry. While Margie Denmark of Starke, Smith. Wedding anniversarieswere Legislative Program. '2.
with Mr. and Mrs.
served
i: BUSSEY Petitioner, and re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE Membership here he attended services and days and Douglas' Herndon of Perlie and Elinore Participation of ntner
i. LEROY BUSSEY, Respondent. JARVIS Petitioner, and MARIE dinner at the church Sunday Homecoming at Grace Baptist Donald Wilkison. and Lawtey, werl''" Sunday dinner Thurston of Baker County organizations. 3. Affiliation to
honoring their pastor and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Miss Sandra Dobbs.
", guests of the Florida
organizations on
JARVIS Respondent. married Jack
and Church on Sunday with his and Mrs. Maines 59 years; jjnd
j: NOTICE OF SUIT wife Jimmy Betty Mrs. family Killoran the aging. 4. Working1 at the
Jfnd
Fairish on their birthday mother Joyce Futch, of Griffis and children of Laura 22 years; .
,.'. ----------- local I level.
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo and
Blackshear, Ga., and with his Walter Peg Richardson 8 "
anniversaries. Palatka, spent Sunday afternoon -
To LEROY BUSSEY brother and God bless all We will meet November 12
.. : sister-in-law, Mr. with their years. you and
.. i. Address Unknown : Marie Jarvis and Mrs. Benton Futch and mother and FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, Happy Returns of the at 1 p.m. at the Pratt Street
2037 E. Baltimore St. SCHOOL NEWSA family. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Lettering guides. General use many! Center. We are making steady
Veterans is Mrs. Boch and .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Baltimore, MarylandLast Day Program Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs sister Daisy templates. Electronic Elipse We regret that Rose progress so conn/join us and

.. that an action for dissolution of ( Known Residence) being planned for Monday spent Saturday afternoon with Lynn. and Architectural. All for saleat Bonawandt and Louise give us more push.
.
Nov 11, at 8:45a.m.: A former Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
marriage has been filed against their brother and sister-in- The Office Shop. Phone Newman are ill in Bradford
Green Beret Ranger and and Mrs. Pierce Crews attended ..
: and are required to YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 9646305. Joe Kerrigan.
you you Vietnam veteran will be the law Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs, a dinner for retired County Hospital. Best wishes
Dissolution of
serve a copy of your written Petition for
i defenses, if any, to( it on Marriage has been filed againstyou guest speaker. Students have

; RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor in the above-named Court, prepared posters and the
winners will be announced
Petitioner whose address is and you are required to serve a on

: 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box copy of your answer or pleadingto Friday.
Florida and Petition the Peti The second grade has won
995, Starke 32091. the on
: file the original with the Clerk of tioner's attorney, CAROL WILD Uie physical education class FOOD IveryDayLowPrice
award of the month. A
cer- EveryDayLowPrice
= the above-styled Court on or SCOTT, 11 West University ]
will be
tificate given to the
November 18 1974
: : before Avenue. Gainesville. Florida
class. P.E. students
: otherwise a judgment may be 32601, and file the original earning BEEF
leader awards this week
Pantry
: entered against you for the relief answer or pleading in the office'of are:
demanded in the Petition. the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorthea Houpt 3rd grade; FAIR REGULAR GRIND

: WITNESS my hand and the in and for Bradford County, Charles Martin, 4th grade; SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK

: seal of said Court on the 15th Florida on or before Friday and Mike Southerland, 5th s>

: day of October, 1374.GILBERTS.. December 13, 1974. grade.
Special events are often
SUPERMARKETS
Real Property at issue is as
BROWN follows: observed in our School STARKE COFFEE

AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy PARCEL ONECommencing: Library during Story Time. 320 SOUTH
This week's theme
Donna M. Bransen NW was
: at the WALNUT ST.
Deputy Clerk corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW American Education Week. :
10/17 4t 117NOTICETO Next week American Art /vvoav LOW P CIS 000D 1 N.I
7
1/4 of Section 3, Township .
be DAVI A WtlH BONU BUYS OOOOTHRU
will to all
presented Nor I*W4 uINTHVHINT.UUw LB
I South Range 22 East and run students through stories $158 .o 99c
Easterly 40 ft., Southerly 339.5ft.
BIDDERS to point of beginning filmstrips, slides, and study _ir.s.CHOici *r n>pleased la acctel BAG

continue Southerly 129.5 ft.. prints. U.ID.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
Notice is hereby given for
Easterly 200 ft.. Northerly 129.5ft.
sealed bids to be submitted to ., Westerly 200 ft., to point of PERSONALS
the School Board of Bradford
939 beginning and close. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, of
Post Office Drawer I
County
Starke, Florida 32091, until 7:30: Waldo, visited their mother EvcryDayLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrice f EyerypayLowPrice EvcryDayLowPriceIf.
on the day of November PARCEL TWO: Mrs. P.L. Dinkins, on Mon-
p.m. of all Commencing at the NW day. They had just returned PURE ASSORTED BEEPSTEAKS
for BONELESS
11, 1974 the furnishing S. NO. 1
corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW from a week's vacation on the
materials machinery, labor, and 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 Blue Ridge Mountains. They GROUND Pork LoinCHOPS
for
equipment : South Range 22 East and run reported nice weather and WHITEPOTATOES

Easterly 209.9 ft. to point of really enjoyed the scenery
and Hydraulic Lift
Fencing beginning Southerly 110 ft., there also.
Bradford Operations Center, Easterly 165 ft., Northerly 110 ,Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal
School Board of Bradford
Florida ft.. Westerly 165 ft. to point of Leonette, and Mrs. Lomie woru N ,
County Starke beginning and close. Mosley spent the long OVER 79 <

weekend with their and
at which time Bids will be son l1gRp
PARCEL THREE: daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 5LBS LBBAG
and read aloud.
publicly opened A piece of land 10 ft. wide and son, of Warner
Bid received after the time
Any East and West by 229.9 ft. long Robins, Ga.
and date specified herein will riot North and South, running from Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson Every D
be considered. and the Northwest corner of Parcel went on a tour Sunday to OKILU* IU CHUCK BEEF RIBROAST GROUND MISH HID FANCY
Plans, Specifications, SHOULDER CORNED BIIVBRISKETS DELICIOUSAPPLES YELLOWCORN
One the line of
to Southerly Alachua, High Springs and
Contract Documents may be STEAKS
;. examined in the office of the Parcel Two.If Newberry. They reported STEAKS .r....... BEEF

:: Owner Bradford (County School Post Board Office of you fail to do so. Judgmentby beautiful there. country around Sl48! 98 u< IH "''I suI49 ova nn 79c 3"TO U"> 9 L.|O9 4.? 69c 10 79IvcryOaytowlMe <

: Drawer 939 Starke Florida default will be taken againstyou Mr. and Mrs. Scott Davies, ''
for relief demanded in the for'
of Hawaii, arrived Sunday
: 32091)), and at the office of Don
: R. Architect P.A. Petition. a visit with their parents, Mr. W IvcryOayUwPrfc* W IveryOvyUwPrk* W tvcryteylewMai W IvvryOaytowMc*W IwryDaytowMn W fveryOeylowT>tfc23K.NG.ui

: (Post Morgan Office Box 987 Green WITNESS my hand and seal and Mrs. B.F. McCulley. They NIBLETS LYKES I *-* PH* I DAN'CAKE I "" '""" FLORIDA
this 21 day of October 1974. have been stationed in Hawaiifor
-: Cove Springs. Florida). BREAD I A"* I CHILI FLOOR
Plans and Specifications may three years. They were .
be obtained as follows: GILBERTS. BROWN Clerk dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

i Upon receipt of 10.00, two By: Beulah) M. Moody Wayne Groves (Mrs. Grovesis i'2

; sets of Plans and Specifications Deputy Clerk the former Libby Harvey) _

'!: for this Project will be forwarded 10/24/ 4t 1114IN before being they left transferred Hawaii. Theyare to COMPARE o m :' '.;f ;COMPARE W :. f ICOMPARE ."

I collect. If Plans and Specifications

are returned in good condition Pensacola.( Mrs. Davies will Chipped Meats "Zfs O' 45c 6f I Hormel Franks :LL: 1. 99tall' I Biscuits ..."1yMI,.I/cliff 49t 10'

receipt, within of Bids ten the days full deposit after THE CIRCUIT COURT OF can stay with find her a place parents for until them he Pork Loin Chops ,.. ; '... 98C '" ; Roll Saus..ge 10NOYNIOM.\ 59tIII' : Cream Cheese :o:;.:".. 39t 10'

.r will be refunded. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL there. Other guests were their I'' Pork Shldr Roast jss1. 79cIII' Fried Fish Sticks i:: -:DN.alst"1 Low Cal Yogurt .oo. 23t .
..
i NOTE: All requests for Plans CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR other parents, Mr.and Mrs. ; all' ; ;:OLCUP$ .

:, through end Specifications the office shall of be the made Ar BRADFORD COUNTY.h 'Visit Robert for Davies a week.Sr. They will Skinless Franks ;srer; ':: 59cI. .. I Cottage Cheese =,...-:.' 59t .. I Cornish Hens ;c:0:: JtN: 69c 10'

chitect. Re: Estate of PETER RAF- Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Roberts Sliced Bologna ssi"79': I" I Boneless Hams SIN s3"ea i Sliced Bologna ; :.- 19< t"-

Each Bid submitted shall be FONY deceased. .. -
r accompanied by a cashier'scheck of Jacksonville were recent Chipped Meats ;WTK ..0. 45t .. I I Sour Cream SOLCU014D .. Turkey "O'UUTC.arc:"OLIN-.. 49c '0'
dinner of their brother- ,
or bid bond in the amountof NOTICE OF FILING FINAL guests
Five Percent of the Bid, REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR in-law and sister, Mr. and

payable Bradford to County.the School Board of EXECUTOR DISCHARGE OF Mrs.Mr.John and Tye.Mrs. Truman EveryDayLowPriceLIBBY'S EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EvciyDayisOwPrke1OO

Surety Company shall be Norman were dinner guests of PANTRY PRIDE MONOGRAM;; % PWR FLORIDA
licensed to do business in the Notice is hereby given that I their son and daughter-in-law
LONG!: GRAIN
state of Florida and shall be have filed my final .report as Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman CALIFORNIATOMATOES
executor of the estate of PETER of Gulf Hammock on Wed-
listed by the United States .
Uj9t'I
Treasury Department. Surety RAFFONY. deceased; that I nesday. ,_ : '
have filed for 1 'M.I lM
Company shall also, comply my application Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo oi. CUT GMiEM :
15.51.
distribution and for final FHCNCM STYLE OR SUPERIOR
with all requirements of the spent Thursday with her
General Conditions and Supple- discharge, and that on
mother. Mrs. P.L. Dinkins.
November 21, 1974, I will applyto / 3 LB
; mentary General Conditions, of 3/79 J '
CELLOBAG
the above Specification. the Honorable Wayne M. 6/99
Carlisle Circuit Judge of
ri
Bradford County Florida for LEGAL .
.
i 01 Jim Bradford Temple County Superintendent Schools approval of said final returns and ,- I will not be responsible for COMPARE :. ; : W' J Food Gift Certificates ;COMPARE : :;!': ..'

.
: 10/243t11/7 for an order of distribution and bills made by anyone other *'
for final discharge as executor of than myself. Pork & Beans *..'y 29c 4. IGIVE A GIFT 1I Pride .
; = Pantry Olives ir49< r 10
the will pf Peter Raffony, IOF FOOD!! I'I.." .....". ,II '

i deceased. -Lavon Lane Chicken & DumplingsBeef :;:: 69c 4''. 'ORDER FORMS ARE .. _. :. tr, 1 Plus Meat 'x.' 69c ..

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO October 28, 1974 4tp 11-14-74 I AVAILABLE AT ALL ,. ........ I
Stew 69c I 14
REGISTER i:;ui ? Pride
I PANTRY PRIDE! STORES. L2 :" Pantry Dinners '' 49 It

,: FICTITIOUS NAME GEORGE H. PIERCE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Luncheon Loaf ...",,;,a.. 49c 4... I .....u.. OINOMINATtONft' O* '1 00. ; Macaroni Dinner 0.r 111
Executor 900 4 .IOOIN 0 IOI.MI .:O'': N' 0' ou. : 4/l/
I .
:r Pursuant Statutes to Section, notice 866.09Florida is 10/31 4111/21 FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Vienna Sausage iv o" 29c r 10... I CON INIINTIv LOCITIO II; ; ..... I Taco Casserole -.vs";: : ; 79c I 10.

S hereby given that the undersigned Pursuant Potted Meat .TO;: 6lhimiMiv / ; COMPARE ; Southern Maid Grits 0 75 10.
to( Section 866.09Florida 3I.

-S PLINGER,, JR.EDWARD, doing business F. RIP- Statutes, notice is Hot Dog Chili 10101 1/$1 yl/ff/// 1 .. I I Boot Polish Kit TSSS3l/ ISo ; Southern Maid Meal :::*. 75c 10.

i a under HOLIDAY the INN firm GUlf name 1011 N.of LEGAL NOTICE hereby given Luther that D. Haley the and undersigned Whl Kernel Corn -ittlt VACUUM P ACM* 1401 ID 3/79/ h i i Step Saver liD. 99J < 10. Cherry Peppers :sa"; 25c 4.

S Temple Bradford Avenue, Starke, Notice is hereby given that the Starke Eileen ,I. Relay Florida Rt.32091 3 Box doing 251. Wh'l Green Beans :; ':,"" 3/S1/ J Iced Tea Mix '",":,"'." 69c 4. i Roast-N-Boast .;? 4/l/ ,..
Florida
,
I 32091 intends County to register said collection 1974 Tax Rolls in the are offices now open of the for business"HALEY'S under GROCERY"the firm name State of Cut Green Beans ":;':.':'.',4/l/ .. Wished Potatoes /MINIM/:."': 39 .. I Yellow Mustard .T.r":=4: 39FLOUNDUt < ..

fictitious name under theI Tax Collector In the Bradford --- --.
Rd. 100 Er 18. Starke Bradford 1
I provisions of the aforesaid County Courthouse, Starke, '
Statute. County Florida 32091. Intendsto MEDAL I
Florida. register said fictitious. i "01.010'0 GMFFTM
name
under the provisions of aforesaid I gGOLD I FRUIT rXX SAUCE PUMPKIN SHAVE
i Dated this 28th day of Oc J. R. Kelly
: tober. A.D. 1974 at Sarke.e. : Tax CollectorBradford statute. I "P PILING' 1.1. laG I CAKE ,._. !I_._ FILLETS CREAM"agf'

f e. Bradford County. Florida. County Raley Luther sole D.owners.Raley and Eileen I. I I 0 0 .0000.'....O.."IHHU AT I 2.99 $149 -89' 1WIa I .j..," 'I'I

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NewsELIZABETH Tuesday Headline Noon for preceding insertion Z<
Thursday before publication. -- - ..

GIVENS Minimum Charge 12.00
WALKER FOR SALE 17" B/W Zenith FOR RENT: 2 BR unfurnishedhouse FOR SALE Kingsley Lake Simon /
(Covers 15 Words) Says We havi'.a'fulltimt' 11,1/; /
NAACP NEWSA Each word over 15 protable TV (In good working $110, per month. Ph. House 2 story frame dock CAL'S PLUMBING mice repairman, for all youiivpair
964 8404. ltchg 11/7 boat house fireplace, fur- For Fast & Efficien'tElectrical
mass meeting of the 10 cents condition with stand $35. Call Repair and Construction. needs.
NAACP will be held Sunday, after 6 p.m. 9646733. Itp - -- nished financing can be All work done by Licensed Service

Nay 10, at 2 p.m. at Greater All Classified Ads must be 11/7 arranged. By appt. only 372- Plumber. Phone 9646947. Call Badcocks
for FOR RENT: 2 BR house $85 9990. 11/7 2tp 11/14 At Reasonable Rates
Allen Chapel AME Church. All pulil In advance unless you ---4-------- 10-24-74 16tp 11675. 9 45289JIMMY .
month back of 'Inn.
Holiday -- ------
have
members and interested an established account
citizens are invited to attend. wild the Telegraph In that GARAGE SALE Table & chair Ph. 964-8746. 1tp 11/7 Call| 964-8041 I ,[
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We need the cooperation of all event 50 cents extra charge dressers Er many household --- ------- FOR SALE-2 BR 12 x 65 Mobile FOR SALE: Notebooks

members and friends for for billing. Not responsible for items. Across from Johnson'sFeed FOR RENT 12' wide, mobile Home no equity, take Memo pads, envelopes, 377-7323
of errors( when given the Store homes oulsidp city limits. J.B. up r.e.esura
success this meeting. over Brownlee Street. payments of$85 monthly. Call markers* adding machine
MOORE'SSun
phone or when copy Is not 10 to 3 Sat.only. Itp 11/7 White. Ph. 964 6114. If, no Bunnell 437-2355, no collect and cash reg. paper. The GRAY
typed and brought to the ofi -- call 9G4 tf hg.
SCHOOL NEWS ------ answer 8775. calls. 10/312tchg 117BRICK Office ShClp.Wen SportsMORE
All interested flee. .
adults - ELECTRICAL
are -
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invited to register for classesin BOAT FOB
the various centers that are FOR SALE- Two lots with 2 & 3 FOR RENT: 12 x 60 2 bedroom DrillingFast YOUR MONEY TF
offering Adult Basic bedroom trailers. In Waldo. mobile home on Griffis Loop. SERVICE
courses. STARKE PH 964-3791!
If the desired courses are Call 468-1211, Mrs. Copeland. Ph. 4733193. Itp 11/7 I Rotary
t FOR SALE ) 10/31 4tp 11/21 -- --- ------- Residential
offered, Mr. Brown will Drilling EquipmentFor COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
-- --- --
schedule courses to fit your -- --- FOR RENT: New 3 BR 2 bath 12 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath L.R., Dine Commercial' STERN DRIVE SERVICE

need. For information call !9 l1I4-( FOR SALE: 6 by 9 rugs $4.50 9 x 65 Mobile Home in Lawtey. Rm., Kit., Carport Nice part of AND REPAIR

6150. FOR SALE by 12 rugs $7.98. Also 12 Call 10/31 town. WellsCall
Scouts fishing rig 14'boat by 7823806-ttchg 2" Thru 6" Industrial nPd COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
The
Boy meet each 18 HP Evin.-trailer- 12 and 12 by 15 In stock. -

Saturday at 12 noon at RJE trolling motor, 73, $850. Ph Hundreds to choose from at George Roberts Real Estate Us For NO IIUNTIMi: SIGNS: For CUSTOM REPAIR BUILT FIBER

School The Brownie Troop 964-8739. ltp 11/7 Dahmers DIscount. tfchg. AutomobilesUsed 964-7826 or 9646593 Your Water System Needs sale and rent signs. ThOfFlce GLASS'FISHING'' BOATSYOUNG'
meets each Monday from 3:30: -------
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to 5 p.m. at RJE.
Parents are asked to please FOR SALE Registered Angus YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, 9F7i4.7OE1i1Durrance
cows. Heifers and bull calves. layaway now for Xmas
cooperate by giving their at A.J.Thomas, Realtor Pump 6
J B. White. Phone 964.6114 Dahmers Discount. tfchg.
services and sending the girlsto 621 N. Walnut St. >
FOR SALE 1972 Malibu, 44,000 SupplyDevelopers CO.
the meeting.. Mrs. B.J. Of 9648775. tfchg -- --- ---- miles air, power steering Tel. 964-6162

Lennon and Mrs. S.J. Morris --- -- FOR SALE Stevens 12 gauge automatic, will sacrifice, $400 Of

are leaders. FOR SALE GE electric stove double barrel gun and 410 down payment. ltp 11/7 Va Block and 4 frame Under Ground Water Vacuum Cleaners

$35. Ph. 782.3912ltp 11/7 shot Excellent houses for sale, an excel
gun. condition. -- -- ---- Used Machines slOoO Up
CHURCH NEWS 864 N. Temple Ave.
-------- --- 964572410/24 3tchg 11/7 lent buy in City.

St.John Missionary Baptist FOR SALE 12 foot fiberglass ----_----- Starke Fla. New & Rebuilt Kirby-
Church Rev Willie Huffman 2 brick mercantile buildings
Sales & Service
pastor, Lawtey. The fishing sepower boat fishing$200.motor 5'A$100.hor- LOST AND FOUNDs in down town Starke TFN Expert Repair Service All Makes

celebration of the pastar'sfirst Excellent WATSON'SIIOUSEOFVACUUMS where the action Is,
condition. Ph. 964- & Models
anniversary began
7767 or 473-2074.
Tuesday, Nov. 5, with Rev 1117 10/31 2tp Large and small acreages. AUCTION! 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 'Starke, Fla

Daniel Bright of Masccdonia -. --- -- Many brands of new vacuum FOUND Large dog puppy! ,
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Freewill Baptist Church, $39.00 up. Used machine j black and tan markings. New masonry homes with When?
Lawtey. Thursday night FOR SALE: Midget Burger Drive from $,,0. Expert Repairs almukel I Owner may recover by paying the latest in home con

Choir Rehearsal 8 p.m. All Inn, Hwy 90 W., downtown !. Parts and Accessorie y: for ad. George B. Flynn, Sr. struction. Small Down Public Auction Every

those interested, please at- Macclenny. Reasonable down for all vacuums. Built i ir, Ph. 964-7998. ltp 11/7 Payments. GUITAR '
Ftl At 7:00
tend. at payment, terms Night :
Friday night 7:30: available. central vacuum cleaning -- - --- j/jgOIl
St.John Baptist Church Rev. Owner will finance. Owned systems. 712 N. Main I Older homes with acreage. Where? 1/ HEADQUARTERS
W. Huffman pastor. Rev E. and operated by Paul Crews Gainesville 376 71.10. TF Kindly let us show 'em.

Duncan will be in charge of for 10 years. Ph. 259-6404 -- -- - r WANTEDWANTED 1 BALDWIN AUCTION :" ," ,,',;,';o;',.,....'..oo'''.,...:'.:.:.:...'..':...-;" ;"
Church School at 10 a.m., Macclenny, pla. 11/7 4tp '' ''' ''' 'iI'i't
: GUITAR ::
dr.-
Deacon John Sherman in -11/28 Beautiful lot on Sampson INSURANCEAT MART Ramona ::. PLAYERS :.:::
At ------ -- -- o
charge. 11 Lake.
a.m.
Philadelphia Baptist Church FOR SALE: AKC Cairn Terrier REDUCED RATES 255 U. S. 90 W. Blvd. D ? -::: STUDIO ::''fi4

Hev. W.D. Dennis pastor, will pups 8 weeks old, wormed Call Bill Powell : Used portable T.V. AUTO FIRE, BOAT Baldwin Fla. / and the :{:y
$100. Ph. 782-3716. Sets at Dahmers Discount {.k AMERICANMUSIC =1 1FI ;=
in Itp 11/7 Normandy .
be charge. Rev. Dennis Real Estate To Cecil a
tfchg. DOYLE E. CONNER Also Open Daily 10 00 5.00 .) STORE a
Strong of Lawtey will be in -- -- -- --- 944-6464 -- a.J Mall :?::::::..; ::: ;;::;;;:::;:::::::;;::;:::::::::::: :
charge of Philadelphia ser FOR SALE Do you want a huge -- -- INSURANCE AGENCY TCHG For Dally Sales COME VISIT US...

vices. Also Rev. Dennis' Mobile Home lot with well Ralph Bryan, WOMEN Earn extra money Normandy Blvd.
congregation of St.Paul septic tank and light pole for Associate now with LUZIER PER- y'all ComePumps

Baptist Church, Lake City $100 down? Then go East on 964-6'208 SONALIZED COSMETICS.Direct GUITAR PLAYERS STUDIOS

will be at the 11 a.m. service. Road 16 to City limits sign selling is our business. BRASINGTONCADII.LACOI.DSMOBILE 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080

At 3 p.m., Rev. Leroy Davis then go North on graded road Call Louise Stern area / (Across from Pizza Innat Normandy Mall)
and congregation of Ebenezer and look for sign on left. Call manager. Ph. 964-5616 SALES&SKHVICKFine .

Baptist Church, Starke will LG. Dail 964-7591 Dempsey Starke, Fla.I 11/7 3tchg 11/21 selection of Used Cars
render service. Prayer Band Motel. 10/31/ 3tp .11/14 MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS Taken On Cadillac Trades

meets each Monday at 12 -- - -. 2001 N.\V. itth: :i7x-5iot: New And UsedSALES

noon Prayer Meeting and GARAGE SALE Saturday GAINKSVII.LKSAVE:

Bible Class combined meet Nov. 16 920 Butler Road. GARDIN BROS.
each Wednesday, 6 p.m. Clothes ceramics of all kinds ANONYMOUS [ Motorcycles J PARTS
Greater Bethlehem made 964-7959 or 964 5148. 10/3 SERVICE
by "Boise shoes, etc.
freewill Baptist {Church Rev. 11/7 2tchg 11/14 13tp 1226WANTED $ $ DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS Specializing InSEPTIcTANK

Jasper Williams pastor.
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Monday night, Tiny Tots and 40 ACRE MONTANA RANCH: TO RENT OR LEASE .STARKE CYCLE CENTER :207 FRED DAVISGMC Plumbing Supplies INSTALLATION AND

Ushers Board No. 2 meet. 6Vi percent LOAN. Beautiful, pasture of any size. Call 964-: N. Temple Ave. Ph 964-6020, TRUCKS HEAVY EQUIPMENT;

Tuesday night. Senior Choir undeveloped rolling grass hills 6076 aftet.5 p.m. 10/31 2tp Your authorized HODAKA. I BUICK PONT4AC"A *?FRT SERVIC .... ", J. ," ,..... vl..W rl ... ''
r rehearsal. Wednesday night .
near historic Miles 11/7 dealer.
.d Prayer'Meeting.' Thursday Excellent hunting. $210.42 City. _.:.sif __ -- tfchg.-- --- i LITTLE RIDE CAN ON ALL MAKES PHONE 964-6750
night Ladies Circle and Story down $70.14 monthly $7,000 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF PHONE 964-7061 T 16
/Hour al the Church. Friday balance. Guaranteed ECONOMY HOME FOR SALE '74 Harley- (GREEN COVE SPRINGS"

night Prayer Band meeting. financing. Call Mr Dawson REMODELING Service Davidson 350. Good con- P. O. Box 128 STAKKi:, FLA.
DurrancePUMP
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Licensed Car-
Church School begins Sunday collect 406/6560450 Electrician dition. $1,000 Call 782.3561.
today. pentry, Plumbing. Mobile Cash ft Tlr.sI
services at 9:30.: Morning 11/72tp 11/14 1tp 11/7 Carry < SUPPLY CO.
Worship at 11. Evening service .. Home Repairs and Hook up. -- -- - ---
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Emergency service 9648087. 412 E. CALl 864-N. TEMPLE AVE
6 p.m. GARAGE SALE Friday Nov. 8 10/31 2tchg 11/7 FOR SALE CL 125 Honda. 1 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
:.Ml. /imi AMK: Church. Rev. all day on Myrtle Street off year old good condition. 1011 TIRES
---- -- -- .
Richard Bethel pastor. Pratt Ave. Follow signs. 1tp W. Madison. See 5 to 8 week FRONT END 100 W. PH. 964-5606 .:..,,
Church School. 10 a.m. 11/7 LAWN MOWERS repaired days. 10/31 3tp 11/14 ) "" ---Ul- '-

Morning Worship at 11. - .- --- Phone 9648436. 10/24 4tp -- -- & WEEKEND _...l.tit.c'! ,aX

Communion Service 4 p.m. FOR SALE LOT high and dry 11/14 BRAKE SERVICE FREE: LOT RENTAL FOR ONE: HALF YEARIN :
Visitors alwaysl'co01e.! - - - "
"Five
located Oaks"
CAMPERS
near I" : HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
OLIN'S MOBILE
(;I"'llltl'11"11: ('hap1U: : Starke Golf course on road 964-5800
CliiiiTli. Hev. I leastic pastor. 230. 198' x 126' culverts and DO YOU NEEDTREES MOVED? HOUSES FOR SALE QUALITY TIRES & PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME: FROM OLIN'STF

Weekly services began with drive off of hard road. Well, Will cut & move trees from ..... .... Suwannee River Ponderosa
SERVICE FOR LESS
Olficial Mooting Monday pump and tank included. your property. Ph. 964-8682. Campground near Stephen

night. Class :Meeting and Electricity already on lot. 10/31 4tchg TFN Foster Memorial.
I'I'UH'I'h'l.tlng: Tuesday Financing available. 9647767or _ FOR SALE Two mobile homes --- Canoeing on the river,

nigh'l. Church School. 10 a.m. 473.207410131 2tp 11/7 STUD SERVICE AKC black and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 relaxation, picnicking. BLANDINO Rl'INT'WALL PAPTR' 1
"'umilDay will be observed miniature poodle. model; One-3 bedroom 1972 Tenting or full hookup. Our
Ph.
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Suiul.is. Nov; 10. The family 6611. lip 11/7 model. Cash or financed. J.B. facilities include game
raising the highest amountOMT FOR SALE: Used solid body -- ---- White 964.6114tfchg Davidson room, TV room, storejaun- BLANp' WHOLESALE
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with Gibson -- _
Gibson
guitar
- - dromat, and pool.
$25 will be given a I I
beautiful pineapple designed amplifier at Dahmers SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Mobile Home ParkIn ING &

: electric lamp. The public is Discount tfchg. All makes cleaned oiled and 3 bedroom frame, in town City Limits Call Scott Blocker RFDVILm
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: Invited. adjusted $7. All work $9,000 with terms
. RUMMAGE SALE: Sat. Nov 9 isi on Paints i
guaranteed. James
"Free Caiman True Church 397-5551
thru Tues. Nov. 12. On $30 Per Mo. Tung Oil" Paint ProduttsName
: Strickland Morgan Road and
of fat; In l'nih', Elder Sampson 2 bedroom frame, south of
: White pastor, will have Raiford Prison grounds first SR16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- town. $12,800 Walk To New ??. White Spgs. Fla. n 14 / Brand< Wallpapers
street past prison follow signson 3189.
: /their Choir Anniversary Also scissors sharpened
: at All Rd. 16. BAby items bedroom, 2 bath, Shopping Center .IIIAndI.EtvL---.38a-506S;
Friday night 8pm. womens clothes size 9-10 $1tfchg--- 3 new Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 11/21
: choirs of the city are invited to - house In town. $23,400 City Gas. Water & S rOn
be a part of the activity. some furniture fans lamps, PAUL C. NUGENT JR. electrical
and lots of misc. tip 11/7
, New' Bethel Baptist Church contractor, commercialand 3 bedroom brick in 301 South $2698PLUS

Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. r---------- residental wiring Ph. 468- Lawtey. $25,500 Boyd Soul Brother and Day
: Bible Class and Bible Study FORSALE. Choice quality baby 1406. 11/7 2tp 11/14 Jolu Motel

: Saturday night. Sunday beef for your freezer at a -- ----- -- 4 bedroom 2 bath new TAX b TAG and NiLe Janitorial Services
- School 9:30: a.m. Baptism bargain price. J.R. Wain- house on Vj acre. $22,500 964.8810M
: Service 11 a.m. Evening wright Ph.9647835. Itp 11/7 MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also have merged to bring you

: Service 7 pm. A two-weeks -. -- - mobile home hucricane an 2 small farms. One on 2"'a .
; Revival will begin Monday FOR SALE Complete set of choring and mobile home roof I acres, the other on 11 acres A complete line of services. With a larger more experienced
: night after the second Sunday Stroll O'Chair baby furniture. codling Olin's MOBILE Home & M Sales & Service staff to meet your needs promptly.

. with Rev. C.II. Royal Emmil Rodgers Jr. 964-8950. Service. 964.5606. Rt. 100 W We also have large I HomeBusinessIndustryFloors

. preaching. Public invited. lip 11/7 Stdrke, Fla tfchg acreage, mobile homes NEW & USED -Carpets Windows, Etc.
------- - -- business, and commercial
: Ktwne/er: Baptist Church FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER propertiesFRED Sewing Machines Renew the bea uty of your trailer home roof,patio or

Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Lake lot $5,000 5 BR. 2 bath REAMES HEATING SERVICE.We pool.
Sunday School 10 a.m. At 3 home $27,500 3 BR home service and install all gas SACKETT-REALTOR Vacuum CleanersParts Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure steam
and 205 N. Temple(US-301))
the pastor and oil appliances.
Get
p.m. $9.000 13 acres with pond & your and-or chemical
: congregation will\ go to heater cleaned now. Call 964- 964-6522 Repairs
63 acres near Rdiford $1,350an 468-1753 Lawns and hedges cut-yard maintenanceJunk
render services for 7730. Nitq
: Law ley to acre. Ray Powell Broker 10/244tchg 11/14
All Makes
Huffman's anniversary -
Rev Willie --------- -
Ph. 496.3033 or 4963861. and scrap removal from homes or stores
:. tfchg SAWS SHARPENED work Call 964-6210 r1w
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Painting interior and exterior
guaranteed. Call 964 7509! or
444 Q Starke Plaza
LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal ? 376.4551
SALE 38 Snub leave
nose
FOR at Jackson Building 964.5425
Estate 4222 NW 130, St. 964-8359
Correct Social I Revolver $49.95 22 hand Supply, Starke or Keystone
Phone( )782-3806
guns from $19.95, 357 Heights tfchg. anytime Gainesville
AnnoitnttmtnltPrinting Magnum 11500. Dahmers BRING NEW If

Discount tfchg LIFE TO YOURCARPETING Announcing New Soil Extraction Method
------------ Two 2 BR frame house on lovely -
f In FOR SALE: Case pocket knives corner lot, some furniture. Very Long Champ of Carpet CleaningNot

. Good Form tfchg.now at Dahmers Discount. t FOR RENT J neat Total price 18700. Revive the original beautyof Home and

Cleaned in Foam, Shampooing or Steaming
I -- ------- 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath furnished your rugs.
f Quality printing double wide MH on 1 acre with your own home Building Materials]
FOR RENTBRADFORDVILLAGE access to Spring Lake. Complete by Von Schrader -WE BUILD Soil Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap
at reasonable APTS. Modern MH. dry-foam method. and water and almost immediately ready for use.
Old limes hookup for another
1h No No fuss.
muss.
Invitations "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

, prices. furnished A/C, 1 BR walk-in 13650. No odor.Use the
We giving free estimates and setting up ap
are now
social \ closet enclosed patio, off YOUR
LOT OR OURS"
: same day.
for earlier than September 20, 1914.
pointments no
street parking. 315 Cozy 2 BR furnished CB cottage
S
.notes.BRADFORD'. Washington Ph. 964-8601 with fireplace on Gator Bone All work FREE ESTIMATES
fiSt.lI't
after 7 guaranteed To Introduce and promote this new concept of carpet
: | p'.m Itchg 11/7 Lake. Nice dock. \White sand REMODELING REPAIRS
cleaning the first $ customers will receive' theIr carpet
----- -------- Beach. 429,500. Phone for FREE
TELEGRAPH : ADDITIONS cleaning for,Half Price.,
FOR RENT: 12 x 60 mobile homein estimate 4'
\ : Call us,We have more. HOMES BOUGHT SOLO-
, lob Printing country, 2 BR. Ph. 964- today. In addition, we now feature odor removal and Scofch.tard -
Iff"
6261. lip 11/7 -.....; TRADED .
135 W Call St. odd thai mil the animals .. CECELIA T. TERWILLEGAR ".:.. protection. "
"It's ----- ---- ACREAGE FOR SALE
Associate ,
STARI
thing about life to to enjoy I." Ph. 9646947. tip 11/7 964-6210! 444 Q Sr rH. *Plaza'
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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS by Josephine Fontaine. 375 Enjoy Gala


SPECIAL NOTICE Lott and Mr. Hall. The door Waycross, Ga. are visitingMr. Kathryn Wigglesworth's I Hay Ride
The item published last prize was won by Mrs.Taylor. and Mrs. Eugene Taylorfor fourth graders(enjoyed a visit
week about three members of The next meeting will be held several days. Mr. Corwinis by Greg Sharp a geologist LevelNine
the Farm Bureau not getting November 15 at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Taylor's brother.Mr. from the University of Florida A t v +r At Pine
their notice until after the and Mrs. Eugene Museum. Mr. Sharp gave 1 1lti' e
meeting was held was no CHURCH NEWS Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. C.O. information on mining of ,f hay wagons filled with
reflection on our mail servicein The Hampton Christian Corwin spent November 4 in marble and granite, the height spirited young people and
Hampton. We know that if Church will begin evening Sanford with Mrs. Henrietta and density of three different adults were just the beginningof
the letters had been mailed services at 6 p.m. due to the Zorn who was celebrating her types of rock and held an one of the largest hay ridesin
out in time they would have change in time. Last Sunday birthday. Mrs. Zorn is the interesting discussion on I' +tAr.w4p- P Northern Florida last
been delivered here. morning Luther S. Litchfield, sister of Mrs. Taylor and Mr. precious and semipreciousgems. r V Saturday night. Starting from I
pastor of Fairview Baptist Corwin. the Pine Level Baptist I
SENIOR CITIZENSThe Church, Columbus, Miss., and BIRTHDAYS this month: As a part of a unit on Church and proceeding to
Hampton Senior his wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bruno Nov. 1; Donnie communications Mrs. Carole e"ww Sampson Lake, 375 were in
Citizens met November 1 at John White of Gainesvillewere Lott,Nov. 3; Evelyn Vaughan, Shield's sixth graders visited attendance to enjoy the ex- I
their regular meeting room in visitors. Nov. 5; Paul Krieger, Nov. 7; radio station WPXE last citement of the evening.
the old Hampton School with Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine Lillian Hall Nov. 16.ANNIVERSARIES. Thursday. While there, Mr. 4z1 ? Large groups were present
18 members and four visitors celebrated 40 years of : Mr. Sanders conducted an ex 4 : from Jacksonville, Lake City,
present, including Mr. and marriage on Monday, Nov. 4, and Mrs. W. Fontaine, 40 cellent tour, demonstrating .t ., and Lake Butler Special
Mrs. H Lott of Hampton and by attending a special Mass, years. Nov. 4. how a radio station is _ _ music was provided by The
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence prayers, and benediction by Diane Rhea entered North operated. In touring the Stamper Brothers from
Cosgrove of Waldo. We are Father James Cregan at Florida Regional Hospital in Bradford County Telegraph, P ? ,,u1n St Orlando, with special guest
looking forward to them St.Edward's Church in Gainesville on Monday for a Bill Shields gave an In- ; f+i speaker, Don Scott from
becoming members. Starke,followed by a dinner at general check-up. teresting tour of this Jacksonville. Doughnuts and
Paul Krieger reported on their home with their brother- Barbara Dixon operation. He wrote an articleon apple cider were served for
the meeting that he and Mrs. in-law and sister, Mr. and Monday in Vero Beach were the class trip, listing each h 4F refreshments."It .
Krieger attended at Mrs. William Schaub. They she was in court obtaining a students' name. They then was one hay ride we will
Kissimmee on aging. The received congratulations and divorce from Thomas Dixon. followed the procedure long remember!"
Hampton Club received an gifts from many of their through the printing process. "Two teenagers accepted
invitation to attend a noon friends all of whom they wishto SCIIOOL NEWSIn In addition to eating lunch at Christ as their Saviour, with
covered dish dinner at the thank and say God bless line with studies on MacDonal's the students sawa many rededicating their lives
Green Cove Springs Senior you. Career Education John Snell training film and each one to Christ,"said Gary Wheeler
Citizens Club on November 19. visited the school during the was allowed to operate the Everybody from princesses to witches gather around county dignitaries for Halloween cos- assistant pastor of Pine Level.
A letter was also read stating FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS past week showing films Coke machine. In their tume Judging last Thursday before the Halloween parade of Southside Elementary. "It was one hay ride we will
there would be a meeting of Friends surprised Fred adapted to the various levelsof shopping trip to Winn Dixie, long remember!"
the North Florida Council of Miller with a birthday party at the children. Beginningwith each student was given a
Senior Citizens on December 4 his home on November 3. the kindergarten and shopping list and a prize was
at the Pratt Street Recreation Among those present were primary grades Mr. Snell awarded to the one with the HOMECOMING PLANNEDAT
Center in Starke at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor, explained shopping in storesas most economical' price and BEULAH BAPTIST
A covered dish supper was Mrs. McDaniels and son, a necessity and an occupation best judgment used on their
enjoyed after which games James, Mr. and Mrs. C.O. to be considered. The list of groceries. a Beulah Baptist Church on
were played with the winners Corwin, and other friends. older children were given __. State Road 21 in Clay County
being Mr. Cosgrove, Mrs. They had delicious birthday suggestions on various occupations II will observe its homecomingon
Wadsworth, Mr. Dennison, cake and homemade ice and methods of Sunday, Nov. 10, marking
Mrs. Hall Mr. Lott, Mrs. cream. preparing for them. OBITUARIES the 124th anniversary of the
Bateman, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.C.O. Corwin of On October 24, Mrs. rr 5 'r church. Rev. J.E. Newton, a
former pastor, will be guest
I speaker at the morning ser-

Buna Jones, 74 vice.Dinner will be served at 1

ARE GUNS TO BLAME? Mrs. Buna Jones, 74, of highlighted afternoon will be
Route 3, Sampson City, died by special singing
Friday evening, Nov. 1, in the including the "Sunlighters," a
Starke Nursing Home r e /W well known group of

"It is better to have and not need it following a long illness. Jacksonville, and our own
one Services were held Monday; "Weeks Family," who are
Nov.,at 10 a.m. in the Starke well known in this area.
than to need one and not have it." Church of God with Rev. Alton Everyone is welcomed by
Coleman and Rev. Melvin the pastor, L.A. McGee.
CHARLES E. SMITHWhen Drake officiating. Burial was ,
-- ---- ---
in Dedan Cemetery near
the Government' fears suns in the hands of the people, Brooker with DeWitt C. Jones v .w e y+ li appreciation CARD OF for THANKSIn all the kind-
Funeral Home of Starke in ;
It's time for the people to fear the Government charge of arrangements.Mrs. T1 l. nesses shown Lillian Ingerlath by f
personnel during her stay in
Jones was born in
WSJ Mrlct centred or eenn.c. .tlon of gum Mop trim,or protect r/ hospital her many friends and
life and Washington County, Georgiaon Ode. 1i i" / fi
liberty p 4 associates. Our sincere thanks t
Nov. 5, 1899.She lived in the G
.Will"""'ullD......*and criminal. obey fun control.....? Starke area since 1940. Mrs. for tokens of sympathy in her

If'law .b ding citizen allow their nranra to be conflated Jones was a retired registerednurse memory.
who ken will hm aura? and a member of the I
S Who an the' indbldiuls promoting gun control l and confnv Starke Church of God. Edith Boatwright
cation and what .b tier ultimata purpose? Survivors include two I" '* AdeleV. Ingerlath
Rosemary I. Sprague I
i sisters: Mrs. Gladys' Graves
Griffis of Starke and Mrs. Ida This Junior Class float won first place at the UCIIS Homecoming Parade.
Gun control !Y one of the moat hotly debited topic In America.Chariet Smith, Wilson of Satsuma, Alabama.FOR .
nationally known lecturer,chatfea that" the Liberal media and radical exotmiitiam .
fomenting;nationwide antigun hytteria. SALE: All types of 'Saints Alive' To ST. MARK'S f
Pencils in stock at Appear I
A _limo mident of Malta California Smith Imbtt that public attention .la Colored EPISCOPAL: CHURCH I
being deliberately focwed o*a handful of ComnmnM aianilni,Black mOiUnla, The Office Shop. Color- Here November7thFour .
20 cents Thursday, Nov. 7 cc
brlte Non-Face Junior
and other. armed ndicala to condition the public to accept_bOla and ultimate I
coflfhcation of flnarma. And .be addi.. Mil .la imperative thai Americana realize each. Thick lead opaque young men calling the BHS auditorium at 7:30: Choir Practice 3:30: p.m.
that fun confbcalkm fe only one pert of n mom axtenahw. .program to convert r' colorama 30 cents each, themselves "Saints Alive" Senior Choir Practice 7:30:
our nation Into a totalitarian ...1.." and also Mongol colored will be in Starke on Thursday p.m.The quartet consists of four Friday, Nov. 8 EYi
.. pensils,11 cents each. Stop Nov. 7, for a performance in talented missionaries Retreat through Sunday
.
Ad American bitemted In Mopping crime and pnatmlng freedom should be 'in and take a look. currently serving in the morning. Ask
aur* to .hear thia vital me age! Alabama-Florida Mission of Sunday, Nov. 10 Holy

the Church of Jesus Christ of Eucharist, 8:30: a.m. Church Charley
Saints. the School, 9:45: a.m. Morning ;y
.sponsored by. ./ Save Fin j-| Save Money group Latterday is Elder Jay Leading Yates of Prayer, 11 a.m. E.

\ MAKE WINTER.TIGHq T, DRAFT FREE WINDOWS,DOORS Midvale Utah who sings Monday. Nov. 11 Prownie

STffflKE CM! Of THE JOHH BIRCH SOCIETy I r PORCHES T" BREEZE.c"'VA ear,flexible)! PlastiC ( the baritone Ferguson group.and is hailing Elder the guitarist Brian from of Troop Troop Tues.614 604, Nov.,, 3:30 4:30:: 12 p.m.Alunlinunl p.m.- Girl. Scout Johns


Bountiful Utah, not only sings
lead, but is also an accomplished Can About This Question:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1974 8:00 P.M. look HOLDS IN HEAT, From Rancho pianist. Cordova, Recycling Unit Here "A careless act can cause I
KEEPS OUT COLD r Calif. Elder Scott
Kingler
for thename Each another to lose hissight.Jm
TuesdaySTARKE person
adds sound to the
a special
heating ONLY I IInter.
LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Reduce you r
,.,...D# bills up to 40% this v 45' group singing tenor. mosculinity..ajid.result
LAWTEY FLORIDA JIfJ"-r- It's easy) Just cutWarp's and tack Providing a strong bass is The Reynolds in a law suit for
on the genuine Flex-O.Glass overwindows Run. fl. j Elder Jeffery Cooper of mobile aluminum recyclingunit $100,000
d or more. The
,
screen doors 3Ali' : : stops Tuesday at
your
edge .. Payson, Utah. every
ALSO FIATUKIMG for your porches and breezewa ys for low 48" Wdtha, The group will be singing Bradford Square, Highway us-ial $10,000 personal
cost winter protection. 301, to the 15 cents liability policy is no longer
public
pay
protec- I Lumber and Building Supply Store modern, religious, and con-
Your Hardware
At
THE KENNAN FAMILY SINGERS pound for the allaluminum adequate. Can the
tionl PionMrt' "PlitlicsJ. : temporary favorites. All per Charley
WARP BRO Chicago, III. 60651 For Onr SO Yon performances are for goodwill scrap. E. Johns Agency increasemy
only and are free of cost or Redeem the allaluminumcans ComprehensivePersonal
- - ... ... ... .. obligation.Also and other household
featured on the aluminum scrap on Tuesdays, Liability to
program will be a 16 mm film from 9:30: a.m. 11 a.m. $100,000..even $1,000,000for
entitled, "Meet The Mor- Reynolds paid out the sum just a few dollars more
]DOES EVERYTHING mons." of $856.80 to the area citizensfor premium?"
Everyone is cordially In- 131,376 all-alunimum cans
vited to attend this out- cashed-in by residents of Charley E.
standing program and enjoyan Starke last month."AUaluminum .
/ e evening of family fun and cans avail
JOHNS AGENCY
entertainment. able in households, neighborhoods -
,schools and other areas
131\ SO. WALNUT ST.
could be extra money for
PHONE 964-5070' !
upcoming holiday shoppingand .
entertaining
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Bible Answers:



(] ((3GJUU3 l1 LUL1ULL( ? : t&.1 r: THE CONDEMNATION HOW CAN I ESCAPE OF HELL?


Ida rll'lCQ The condemnation Of hell is a reality. All na-

tions shall be gathered before him (Matt. 25:32: ,
.cfl
0 I3IBU Jl1 33)). Some shall be sent to everlasting punishment
(Malt. 25:46): ), the lake'that burneth of fire and

Sunday Sunday School, brimstone (Rev. 20:10): ), to the fire that is not
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11 quenched (Mk. 9:44: 46)).
o'clock; Church Training

Enjoy the comforts of Carrier Central Heating. 7:30.6:15:: ; Evening: Worship at For a description of these people read Matt. 23.

They are described as a religious people with no
Monday Girl's Ensemble, Christ, a chosen people with no Saviour, a sinful
Economical, Even Heat all Over your Home Installed $ H5 0 0 6:30: ; Youth Choir Practice. people with no knowledge of It.

7 9
Trained Mechanics mM Tuesday Helen Masters The way of escape is suggested In verse 37 of
Quickly & Efficiently by our Lorena Group at Epperson Church, 10:00 Group: a.m.and; Matt. 23. You could escape by going to Christ, because

Ida Darby Group place to be he is the door (Jno. 10:9): ), the way, the truth,
announced 2:30: ; Junior Choir and the life (Jno. 14:6): ). You could escape by.

FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL 964-7701 7:30.Practice: ,3:20: ; Night Group at doing his will (Heb. 5:9: ; Rev. 22:14): ). -


Wednesday-Family Night WE CANNOT ESCAPE IF WE NEGLECT. (Heb. 2:3): ).

Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School
Workers Mtg, R.A., G.A.,
Slade Acteens, World Friends Southmid Church of Christ '
Sawyer Heating Mission Friends,6:45: ; Hour of .
Power, 7:30: ; Church Choir 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 :

i & Gas Practice 8:15.Thursday:-.Inspiration and Send questions to. Schedule of Services

Rirconditioning Visitation, 9:30: a.m.; Music Casey A. Carlisle, Sunday
Makers Choir 3:20: ; Minister 10am.. Bible Study
33ZW.Mad.Bon Stark* Visitation, 7 o'clock. Rt.'3, Box 68 llarrt.;: '; "' Worship
Starke Fla. 6pm. Worship
-Ben P.Bryant, Pastor



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