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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 14, 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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'' The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

96th Year STARKE. FLORIDA IS Cents
17th Issue Thursday, November 11,1971 Copy
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County GarbagePlan Russian Threat Prevail







Final Nearing'ApprovalSTARKE Because U.S. Is Not Prepared I





Bradford County's garbage disposal plans, under STARKE Citing the United States' lack of preparedness -

consideration for many months, almost reached finalization for nuclear attack, scientists and policy makers for

Thursday, November 7, at a special meeting attended by city: the national magazine "Survive" met here the past week-

officials from Starke, Hampton, Lawtey and Brooker. end to set guidelines and find funding for another year of
cost estimates of the from $180,000to
Preliminary program range
Editor Walter
to
$200,000. publication according Murphey.

With the board favoring the use of the larger 40 cubic yard Arousing the United States to awareness of the threatof
containers with a compactor unit for each, the tentative deter Russian nuclear preparedness by first making U. S.
mination is to place one each at Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker. politicians recognize the threat is the goal of the pro-
in the Whitehead section of west Bradford
two at Starke and one "
County and one at Keystone landfill. moters of "Survive, according to Murphey, former North
Florida Area Civil Defense director, now devoting full
City officials were told by operating each Installalon. time to the magazine.
Chairman Ralph Bryan that The excess land area at each
the county would purchase the site would be used for the Advantage of the USSR over favors a combination of the
containers the compactorunits collection\ of trash and debris the U, S. in preparedness for survival systems used by Civil
and provide a ramp and that could be burned, and for nuclear attack is such that a Defense.!
haul the garbage to the the disposal of scrap metals Russian threat of nuclear The shelter idea as a
disposal site for dumping.The old stoves, washing machinesand force would force American defense system is back and
cities will be expectedto refrigerators that wouldbe leaders to knuckle under says
provide a two or three acre picked up for the reclaim- Peace Prize winner Dr. i ,
site for the installation' the ation from time to time. Eugene P. Wigner at the r'fI''l

ramps and containers, and to w' weekend meeting here.
provide the manpower: in_. William Weathers, Claude d ,... Ninety-four percent of the !
Goolsby and Don Taylor of the ; ,
f Russian population could
+rr, ,{ ." y
Farmers Home Administration \ ri'
\ survive a nuclear attack )
were present for the I compared to 60 percent of
Teenaged meeting advise the board on jjti \ Americans, Murphey pointsout. I'
financing plans for the :,"'' .
project.Weathers. A. '; 1 Wigner. originally from

said that 100 I L"l i'' tt tt ,6'r Hungary, said that Russia is 4p. .
Hunter percent financing for this typeof t irtc .".' now capable of evacuating her
program was available at '" ; wz cities and saving 96 percent of
five percent interest on the > "hflpi her people if nuclear explo-
government loan and that a sives devastate her cities.
fL : t:
Killed InBlanding minimum of 90 days would be ,: j Wigner told the group the U S.
needed to process the application. has no such capability of eva
cuation and would be in tremendous -
A special session on the danger of being
application for the loan will be wiped out. Wigner refused at
held this afternoon (Thurs- the weekend meeting to
day, November 14)) at 3 p.m. speculate what percentage of
CAMP BLANDING A by Clerk Gilbert Brown, Sani- Americans would survive an
Hawthorne youth, 17-year-old tarian Jack Trawick, Attorney attack."I .
David Hutchins, was shot and Gene Shaw and the don't want to say It's too Noted physicist Dr. EugeneP.
killed last Sunday while hunting Board's architect, Robert frightening," the noted Wign..rarm; of Russia
in the Camp Blanding Taylor. al nuclear physicist said. superiority in unclear: attack
Wildlife Management area The pre-application papers The danger is not the explo- preparedness
just north of Keystone Heights detailing the total county sion but the threat, Wigner
in the Stevens Lake Road program and the preliminary continued. Wigner said if experiments are being run on
area. cost estimates will be pre- Russia evacuated her cities the feasibility of "crisis relo-
pared and submitted to the l cation," which is evacuation,
and threatened to send
It was reported that Hut- a
chins and Jim Meeks, another North Florida Regional -JL-- nuclear device, the U. S. Weatherford said.
Council for _,_, : Ideas of the speakers and
hunter Planning approval would have no choice but to
were tracking dog s I --
before the final is others are expressed in the
when there was heavy gunfire and submitted application to the Just seven of over 1,000 students at Bradford Middle School r): Irene Wainwright, Todd Ashline, Theresa Knepper. give into Russian demands. magazine "Survive," which
from'several directions and prepared Farmers Home Administration earned Slralght-A's the first six-weeks of school. They are (II- Marlene McWilliams. Joey Riggs. and Dewayne nal wln. Present alternative, Murphey was first published in 19ti6."Survive" .
that Hut hins fell. agrees Is the extermination of
Clerk Gilbert Brown is published bi-
Meeks said he thought at over half the American
said. monthly by the Association for

but first then that he saw had blood just tripped coming, The big problem, accordingto 7 Of 1,013 Earn Straight A'sSeven population.Murphey suggested that Community-Wide Protection
from his head. statements from city of- "civil defense in the U. S. is a from Nuclear Attack. The
Dispite mouth-to-mouth re- ficials, will be procuring the joke and does not exist." address is P O. Box 910,
two and three acre land sites. Starke F'Ia.:12091:! ()! phone 964-
susitation by Kelly Mills an The landfill used by the Cityof Bradford Middle SIXTII GRADE Perry Bryant and Sarah Sixth Grade: Ronald Percy It is evident, Murphey says, 5305. A subscription costs $5pt'r
employee of Clay Electric and Starke has out of School students earned Marlene McWilliams, Marie Biggs. Jones Jonathan David John- that a nuclear attack againstthe year
first aid by other hunters in run space A's for the first six- United States would be
straight son, Paul Jeffrey Noe, Luana
JohnS.
the one at Brooker is locatedon daughter Mr. and Mrs. Biggest problem at this
the vicinity Hutchins was weeks of the 1974-73 school Layne Mundorff, Joseph directed at population centers annual of the
McWilliams of Lawtey. meeting
pronounced dead on arrival at private former term where there are 1,013 Sevengh Grade: Johnnie Michael Herres, Kenneth and military basis. Evacua- "Survive" board is
the of finding
the Bradford County Hospitalin Hampton use a students enrolled. Ray Bell, Lori Elizabeth Gordon Etheridge, Gregory tion plans in the U. S. are just !
landfill has been converted to operating l'apit.IIurphey
The first six weeks honor
to be he
Starke. Balkewood, Sandra Gail Frank Mowry, Carol Lucile beginning drawn
a recreation area, and the one of B says. People come to the
This was the first fatal accident at Lawtey will be closed by Straight-A students are: roll those earning grades Darley, Gary Lee Davis, Hildreth, Kenneth Boyce Mas- said, adding it is uncertainhow annual meetings from all
numbered
or higher, 94. They far that effort will
reported in the Bland- January but additional spaceis Genene Diane Dorminey, sey, Charlene Mary Beam, get. parts of the country to figureout
ing hunting area this season, available there. EIGHTH GRADE are: Christie Jane Faulkner, Ruth Sherra Deann Mott, George Funds from the federal what has happened and
but another youth was The county has offered the Irene Desiree Wainwright, Ann Hall, Leonard Ray John- Frank Loznicka Tommi Sue government are not sufficientto what next year's plans will be.
wounded when his 410 shot gun use of the landfill near Key daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Eighth Grade: Pamela Jo son, George Warren Roller, Marshall, Vickie Lorraine provide shelters for the Murphey says. Murphey is
went off while he was climbing stone to the municipalities Wainwright of Starke. Stalnaker, Wanda Rena Pitt- Robin Helen Schweda, Craig Kersey, Melissa Leigh American people, said Her- currently editing the maga-
into the back of his the of the man, Melanie Lorraine Richard Scott, James Earl Winkler, Debra Ann Griffis, bert W. Johnson, state CD zine without but he and
father's pickup. pending completion Dwayne Baldwin, son of Mr. Morris, Stacy Denise Hayes, Tomlinson, Pamela Ann Leon Michael Aspinwall, director and a new member of other pay the
Another hunter from Jack- new garbage disposal system. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin of Marlene Katherine Dawson, Underhill, Douglas Blaine Denise Lynne Dailey, Kevin the board of Survive. Less lication promoters can be put hope on its feet.pub-
sonville reported Monday Representing Starke at the Starke. Julie Marie Chambers, Watson, Renee Franann Lynn Elixson, Brian Keith than one-tenth of one percentof
morning that he was almost Thursday November 7, Todd Edward Ashline, son Patrick Lee Buchholtz, Sharri Williams, Jeri Lorynne Baldwin, William Benjamin the national defense budget
shot by a stray bullet while meeting were Mayor Charles of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ashlineof Jeanette Dobbs, Andrea Gal Driver, Sarah Louise Faulk, Brantley, Robert Ray Gornto, goes for civil defense, he told Boy 14 5IoitACCidentall
hunting in the area. Schaefer, CommissionersHarold Starke. Eaves, Tracy Crawe George, David Thomas Fussell, Lillian Melissa Annette Green, Chris- the gathering.One ,
He said he was standing ont Epps and Jimmy Linda Gail Johns, Tasha Tresena Ghent, Donald andra Louise Hamilton, Shari way to finance needed
. the>edge of a field when a deer McRae and Sanford Hicks. SEVENTHGRADE Lynel Livingston, Susan Kath- Laverne Goolsby Raymond J. Michelle Hankerson, SandraJo civil defense efforts would be ; y
I ran between him and a youth Lawtey was represented by Tine Lea Chasteen, daughter leen Massey, Patricia Carol Hillman, Karen Lynne Johns, Harper, Charles Franklin to convert some foreign aid
on the other side of the open Councilmen Robert Scott and of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullins, Sarah Edna Norton, Gwendolyn Kaye Keith, Healal, Betty Jean Kite, into home aid, said Jack Wea- Nicky Ralph Starling, 14. of
field. Pete Smith. Chasteen of Raiford. Deborah Allison Craig, Lisa Janice Anne Jockel, Gordon Donna Gail Marsh, Kary therford executive secretaryfor Rt. 1, Lawtey, was the victimof
1 r He stated the youth fired a Council Chairman Ted Teresa Rachel Knepper, Michelle Crawford, Mark Don Newmans, Teena Lee Frederick Padgett, Regina the Florida Civil Defense an apparently accidental
, high powered rifle at the deer Curtis and Mayor Charles daughter of Mr.and Mrs. L.P. Edwin Mosley Stephen An- Norman, Tammy Ruth Renee Rasnick, Paula Association."A shooting late Tuesday afternoon
missed: and shot a limb off a Williamson were on hand Knepper of Starke. thony Loznicka, Coleen Anita Powell. Lisa Marie Reddish, Michelle Sapp, Robert coordinated effort is November 12.
tree directly over his head. from Hampton. Johnson, Deborah Lee Harper G. Duane Searle, Richard Michael Teston, Samira necessary before adequate According to the Bradford
City Commissioners Carl Joseph Nicholas Riggs, son James Russell\ Faulkner, Collins Smith, Joyce Evelyn Christine Wall, Janet protection can be offered to County Sheriff's Department,
Edwards and George Pierce of Mr. and Mrs. Don Riggs of Elizabeth Ann Dyal, Jenecia Wainwright, and Lila Elizabeth Lorraine Williams and Breyce the American people," Wea- Starling, along with two other
represented Brooker. Starke. Thesito Bright, Benjamin Yawn. Sonja Brantley. therford said. He said he youngsters were target shoot- i

e am rier ing on SR-229, near the
Finucan farm, when a 22

Is Board Just A ? caliber the bullet pistol striking was the discharged youth in,

City Zoning Stepchild the abdomen on the right side

., just below the rib cage.
After receiving emergency ,
STARKE Not even apostage 1)) To support and back up with professional planning $10,000 per year. that of Bradford County which clerk said he would be happyto treatment at the Bradford
stamp or letterhead the present planning board assistance costing at least 2)) To merge city zoning with has a full time zoning office open up the city hall for a County Hospital the youngsterwas
has been furnished the city with three employees and will crowd. transferred to the Shands
zoning board since he's been a handle the city s work for "Merrill,what about gettingone Teaching Hospital in Gaines
Petting Zoo member, AI Crosby told the Past Due Starke Utility AccountsHit some $150 per month. A fee of of your girls to take ville for surgery and further
and City Council last week the $3,600 would be charged by the minutes of zoning board meetings treatment.
Pony Rides new zoning chairman indicating county but the city would even if you have to pay
his dissatisfaction with the By 2 New City CommissionersSTARKE receive funds from building her overtime?" Commissioner -
Sat. Nov. 16 land use planning board's permits cutting the net cost Jimmy McRae asked. Parade SetDecember

10 a.m.-4 p.m. stepchild status. (City commis- with 15 days legal notice the After the Nov. 5 meeting, down to about $150 per month. "No, no, no..." Edwards re-
Door to the council meeting sioners acted within their attorney said. one commissioner privately 3) The city can do nothing; peated during the question. 7
Cor. Edwards Rd. room in city hall was locked authority Oct. 7 in overrulingtheir Pat Farnsworth, former termed the reversal the simply grow in an unplanned "What do you mean, No?"
& 3015Admission last Monday night when the zoning board's recom- city zoning director has zoning board a mistake by the manner with no plan (for expansion McRae asked.At The annual Christmas
25 cents zoning (planning) board triedto mendation and granting charged the commission with commission. What happened, that point Mayor Parade sponsored by the
Sponsored by meet there Crosby told the Police Chief Jimmy Bowen to violating its own zoning he said, was that the commission "All' right, this has been a Schaefer reminded the com- Starke-Bradford County
Junior Woman's Club commissioners. Zoning Board move a mobile home onto a ordinance in the Bowen case. mistakenly thought the problem" stated Mayor mission that the zoning boardis Chamber of Commerce to kick
', Chairman Pat Farnsworth resigned city lot. City Attorney George Farnsworth stood by the zoning board had recom- Schaefer after Crosby had an agency of the city and off the 1974 Christmas shop
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----- his city planning post Pierce stated at the commis statement that the council mended in favor of Bowen's agreed to be the temporary that it was the commission'sresponsibility ping season for local merchants -
the same night reading a sion's Nov. 5 meeting.The acted against i its own zoning mobile home. zoning board chairman. to find a is set Saturday, Dec. 7,
Bake Sale letter to the council in whichhe attorney said he had not ordinance, even though he Chief Bowen showed the "Write that down temporary meeting place. Clerk Edwards at 10:10: a.m.
pointed out the zoning been asked by the council to said the council may not have commission a petition with 1" Crosby admonishedthe protested the zoners meeting The final Auction Days promotion
Friday 4p.m. board has had no cooperationfrom answer but made the state acted illegally some 25 names of residents council. In the administrative offices by Starke Merchantswill
Front of Woman's ClubBy city hall, not even being ment in answer to a questionby Commisioner Jimmy Me- surrounding the lot at Ep With the commissioners because some of the city's also be held the afternoonof
allowed to meet in the hall. a Telegraph news reporter.The Rae criticized newspaper person and Euclid Streets knuckling down to the job of bookkeeping equipment or Dec. 7. The final play
Little commission has authorityto articles which quoted Farnsworth where the mobile home is lo recognizing the zoning board, records might get un- money auction for real prizes
Women's ClubUommunitij '"Why didn't you just put grant a variance to the as saying the commission cated. To that the commissioners an argument .ensued over intentionally disturbed. The donated by merchants is planned
Merrill Edwards in that thing. zoning ordinance and has acted illegally. asked, "What do you where the zoning board will commissioners agreed that to be the biggest the merchants -
c:._..f1it Pat?" the city clerk asked, Interrupting authority to overrule the "That article in the Gaines think most people would do if meet in the future."I was a possibility. have sponsored.
Farnsworth's dissertation zoning board in every instance ville Sun was motivated by the police chief in uniform, don't want to waste 52 But new CommissionerMarc Chamber members
m ( and being gavelled Attorney Pierce something" McRae stated. came around asking to have a nights a year down "here for Jackson moved to allow churches, civic organizations
&tatr dank down by Major Charles pointed out.' "I don't know how any of petition signed?" one or two people Clerk the zoning! board to meet in the clubs, and Individuals are invited i
Schaefer. No illegal action was taken this can be politically mo- c The city zoning board a few Merrill Edwards told the commission meeting room. to enter floats, antiquecars
Both Crosby and Farnsworth when the city commission allowed tivated. You don't get a damn weeks earlier had refused t council. Edwards referred to McRae seconded the motion or other entries of Interest -
A.._..M.,. ....... u. told the city commission Bowen's mobile hometo thing about any of this excepta permission for another resident the fact that only two or three and it passed unanimously by in the parade. Cash 1

...... T...$-zoaoo. Mi_M_ C.e.y It has three choices to be located onto a lot at lot of hassle" Farnsworth to move a mobile home zoning board members attend voice. prizes of $65, $45. $23. and $15
deal with future city growth- Epperson and Euclid Streets stated. onto the same lot most of the meetings. The (See Page 4) will be awarded.


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TELEGRAPH November 11, 1974

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. Parties Given For Nancy Gay, Bride-elec.t


Miss Nancy Gay, Nov. 23 tervals and assisting in serving / SPide fflte Jl; !
bride-elect, was honored at were Miss Brenda Sapp l WJ
two parties in the past week Mrs. John Sapp, Mrs. PaulBridges !!:
Mrs Bobby Taylor, Mrs. Mrs. Earl Searing, .
Robert Paterson and Mrs. Mrs. James Griffin, Mrs. -- society tr.ilor, 964.7608oi
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Levon Andrews gave a kit- Howell Nasworthy, and Mrs. __ r ----
chen shower Thursday night, Guy Sale ----- -
Nov. 7, for Miss Gay The hostesses presented the .
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Games with prizes were honoree with the sugar bowl to -.,--',"' ,, ..'. -. Chicken & Rice Supper Set For Eastside GameTickets I
enjoyed by the 22 guests her chosen china pattern as a ,
during the party hours. The memento of the occasion.One ,,.r, .' ", the tornadoes meet Gainesville
refreshment table was hundred guests were :- fI'' ., are now on sale home or eat them at
Eastside on Thursday Nov.
covered with a white cutwork invited to call between the ... _,..Ji.: ; around Starke for the Chicken stadium and get a good seat at 8 .m.GOOD 21 I
r and Rice to be for the football game. The p
held
cloth and centered by two hours 10:30: am and 12:30: Supper
crystal candle holders with p.m. prior to the Thursday,
yellow tapers and yellow November 21,final home foot
a s
pompoms floating in water at ball game of the Bradford
the base.. At one end of the Elks Cookout Set High Tornadoes.The .
table the crystal punch bowl
was encircled with leather For Nov. 16 Supper is sponsored by aWe
leaf fern and yellow pompoms the Bradford High AllSportsClub HEALTH FOR SALE
Elks Lodge 1802 will have a with the net proceeds
The hostesses presented the steak dinner cookout Saturday going to the projects of the
honoree with an electric ironas Nov. 16, at 7:30: p.m. at club. This year all sports will
a memento of the occasion. the Elks Lodge for members, benefit by getting letter now have many medicines, vitamins
-- wives and guests at $4 per M jackets and the club also spon- and other health-aids that can be depended
On Saturday Miss Gay was person. f frt school sors two banquets during the i upon to help you gain better health. Most of
call Mrs. year.
complimented at a "coffee"given For reservations
within the past ten
by Mrs Kate Sheppard, George Brown, 4-7731 or 964- t them have been perfected
Mrs. Leola Roberts, Mrs. 5881 by Nov. 15 Tickets for the Chicken and ,.ear..
Edna Hart and Mrs W.B. Rice Supper are available at Modern medicines are more potent than
Mundy at the home of the the Bradford Middle School
latter. Teen Volunteers from Mrs.Ada Reddish, at the those our ancestors used. They must be more
!Mrs Mundy greeted guestsat High School from Mrs. Wanda I cautiously used under expert guidance. When
the door, and standing in Make FavorsThe Prevail, Koch's Drug Store you depend on a physician's advice about
the receiving line were Mrs. Tray from Olin White The Athletic what to take and secure all medicines and
Jerry Gay, mother of the House from Bill Marchant, health-aids from a pharmacist you are safer.
honoree Miss Gay, and her Teenage Volunteersmet Stuff and Things from Mrs. I
grandmothers, Mrs O.C. Gayof Tuesday evening Nov 5, John Sanders and Andrews
Gainesville and Mrs G.L. at the home of Mrs Linda Drug Store in Starke from YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
Colgin, Sr. of Keystone Johns. Mrs. Gail Strickland. The when you need a delivery. We will deliver
I Heights Thanksgiving tray favors tickets are priced at $1.25 for promptly without extra charge. A great many
The coffee table was were made for the hospital .! .a adults and 75 cents for students people rely on us for their health needs We
covered with white cutwork patients and plans were made r at all schools in Brad- welcome requests for delivery service and charge

cloth and centered by an for the Christmas parade ford County accounts ,
arrangement of white Fuji float .t
mums, pink ranuculus and 4 The All-Sports Club will Phone 964.6757
baby's breath in a silver bowl. Class Of 1964 have a final organizational KOCH'S DRUG STORE
This was flanked by two three- meeting on the supper this
branch silver candelabraswith Plans Reunion A Highly Polished Apple Will. Monday at 7:30: p.m., accord- PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS;
pink tapers. On the buffetin ing to President Joe Hull. E J 166 W Call Starke, Fla. wIn
the dining room was a The supper will be servedat a
colorful fall fruit arrangement Members of the BHS Classof get you on the good side of most any school teacher, if BUS instructors Jerry McGriff the football stadium start-
flanked by five-branch silver return 1964 are requested to please Trade Schlosser, and Grover Howard are a fair sample. The trio is biting into red Delicious ing at 5 p.m. so that people j
candelabra with hot pink l questions ires to Wayne apples placed In the mail boxes of every teacher In Starke by the Junior Woman's C lub in honorof may either take the suppers
Hersey,Rt 3, Box 124, Starke. National Education Week.

tapers.Mrs Ben Bryant and Mrs Plans need to be made for the .. ............ w_ww ___________
class reunion. ---------------------------------
Levy Canova, Sr. presided at Junior Club Sets November 1 16
the silver coffee service at in- I
UDC Members For Petting Zoo

Children's Plan Luncheon A Harvest dinner and Mrs. Robert Hall Home I
Committee variety show for Friday night Life Chairman, gave a Hallo-
Mrs. Elzie Sanders presented Nov. 22, was planned at the ween party for residents of /
Meeting HeldA a program on the Junior Woman's Club of Crocus Cottage at Sunland 'IJt 9i tt t MI
Lanier family at theV.T. Starke meeting on Tuesday Training Center on Oct 31. .
meeting of the Bradford Weeks Chapter U.D.C. night of last week. Tickets at Punch,cookies and Halloween
County Children's Committeewas meeting Wednesday afternoonof $2.50 for adults and $1.25 for candy with party favors from
held Monday of last weekat last week at the home of children are available from Miss Monterey Wasdm's class
Mark's Episcopal Mrs George W. Roberts, Sr. club members. and Mrs. James O'Brian's 6th I
Church, presided over by the Mrs Guy Sale, president, At the meeting Tuesday grade class were distributed
Hev John M Flynn president conducted the business night Mrs. Diane Westcott, among the 24 ladies of Crocus l
Copies of a newly meeting when the resignationof Horticulture Instructor at the Cottage C
printed directory of com- Mrs Alberta Stroud was Bradford-Union Vocational- In observance of Veteran's rrfttJ
munity services were passed accepted with regrets. Mrs. Technical School, presented a Day, Mrs. Marty Payne Your Dining Room
( out for distribution to those H.L.Speer told of plans for the program on terrariums. Mrs. Public Affairs chairman, distributed -
most likely to have need of Christmas luncheon in Westcott demonstrated the stationery to 425
them. Copies may be obtained December. It was voted to planting of an African violet patients of the Veteran's
from committee members. have the January meeting on and displayed several Hospital in Gainesville on
Those in attendance heard Thursday. Jan. 2, at the homeof terrariums made by her students Nov. 11.
!Mrs Mary Austin of the Divi- Mrs Elzie Sanders. At the close of the meeting .
sion of Vocational Rehabilitation During the social hour Mrs The Junior Club will Have a Tuesday night Mrs Marty .
explain the need for a Roberts, with co-hostesses petting zoo on Saturday, Nov. Payne served refreshments lit
Sheltered Workshop in Brad- Mrs O.L. Haynes, Sr. and 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the sunroom. I I ..." ,
ford County for mentally Mrs S.L, Peek Sr., served refreshments the corner of Edwards Loop I II II
retarded children who live at and 301 South Admission is 25 I I I
home. cents with a pony ride included Altar Society I I ., i' Do come in
The next meeting of the I
Children's Committee will be Mrs John Hartley and sons The club will also have their Plans ActivitiesFor I Let t/s Show how
held on December 2, 12 noon, of Jacksonville spent Satur- monthly bridge luncheon on I I ?, i, you
at St.Mark's Church. All are day with her mother. Mrs. Wednesday, Nov. 20 Holidays I I t a we have combed the
cordially invited to attend. Margie Dowling. I ,

Scott-Byrd Date St.Edward's Altar Society I I I "s markets of the world

held a regular meeting in the I
TrSTIMEFOR FALLPLANTING Set Dec. 6 parish hall on November 5 for"Gracious Living"

with the president, Mrs.

It's Not To Late Choose Your Mr Kingsley,and Mrs Lake Reese announcethe R Scottof Michael Altar Gilhooly Chairman, presiding.The Mrs..

approaching marriage of Richard Richards, reportedthat
Favorite BULK and PackagedFALL their daughter, Elizabeth Mrs. Henry Stefanelli has ,
Ann To Randall Stephen altar care during November; ,I
Byrd, son of !Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Ramos volun-
VEGETABLE SEEDS. Allen Byrd of Keystone terred for this work during :
Heights. December. Get Your Home Ready for
Big Selection The wedding will be an The Telephone Chairman,
event of Friday,Dec 6, at 7:30: Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, reported $ the Festive Meals theM
p.m. in Reynolds Chapel, on the response from During
Onion Sets Now In Stock Camp Blanding, with a recep-- Senior Citizens to the recent i ia
tion following at the N.C.O. covered dish dinner held for L Holiday Season Just Ahead!
club Camp Blanding. All their benefit at which Mr and )
\ The Safe'Insect t friends and relatives are invited Mrs. James Fortuna of Jacksonville

Control For All to attendShowerGiven. were guest speakers. ,r Make Every MealAn Event.
Mrs. Richard Welty.
VegetablesFlowers AHT9.T1rft'S.FlOWfJlt Catholic Charities chairman ,.. You Can When You Choose
DCG/1 For invited members to contributeto 1 ,
Etc. Choose Your the basket which will be distributed -
For JoAnn GreenAt From Our Selection
at Thanksgivingtime. Large of
1 sstir jsr 5 % Plants Now Clothing also is being I
Chesser HomeA collected to be sent to the Dining Room Groups.
SEVIN needy overseas.
15 % Off miscellaneous showerwas Mrs. Richard Perntni gave
November information on the float being
given 9 for
DUST MissJoAnn Green, brideelectof constructed for the local
4 Lb YourChoice Randall Norman, by Mrs. Christmas parade.
Bag $ 47 D,B. Raulerson, Mrs. Donnie Mrs. Stefanelli and Mrs. You Have Your Choice:
Reg 1.69 ii Starling, and Mrs. Robert A. James Moore reported on the
Kills Fleas a TICKS On Animals Tool Chesser,Jr at the home of the recent lecture they attendedat
latter at Camp Blanding.Liliesofthevalley Keystone Heights St.William's .' SPANISH MODERN FRENCH
Church on the

RYE GRASS SEED 33 o SOLbs. Mrs. presented Betty Norman to Miss and corsageswere Green Mrs. subject that of members cancer and sponsor suggested the EARLYAMERICAN- ITALIAN ,PROVINCIAL

Lb Cassey by the hostesses. film for viewing in the parish
14" hall on Saturday at 8
evenings
Games
bet
were enjoyed
ween the party hours 7 to 10 p.m., beginning November 23. TABLE SIX CHAIRS CHINA CABINETAll
Following this meeting Mrs.
pm.The refreshment table was Eugene Darche from Jack

NMOJyR3AUTHORIZED covered with a white lace sonville's St.Patrick's Churchwas Groups Especially Priced For

f} cloth a over large pink candle and encircled centeredby The a guest next speaker.meeting is Dining Room Month

with flanked lilies-of-the-valley by candles. Punch and when scheduled members for December and friendsare 3 (November)

FALL SALE invited to bring a Christmas .
was Mrs.
poured by Donnie
Starling, and presiding at the gift for Sunland resi

Special Prices Big Trade-in Deals coffee Robert A service. Chesser.was Mrs. dents.notes It accompanying was suggested gifts that Prices Start At $35995"It's

Thirty-six guests were invited designate proper sex and
Free Grass Catcher With- Some Models to attend between the approximate age level for

Hurry In Only One Of Some Models appointed hours. recipient. Fact You Can Do Better At"


Choose & Buy Now At SavingsPrices Bake Sale Nov. 15 COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

Published
every Thursdayat
Probably Will Be Higher Next YearO.IDA The Little Women's Club 138 W.Call Street .
will hold a bake sale Friday SUrke Florida 32091 a
j
afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. in COMQM Denmark Furniture Co. o Starke
front of the Woman's Club Second Class postage paidat cuTrtTee
building.Mr. SUrke FloridaSubKrlption
GARDENCENTER .
.
Ow v w m
EST and Mrs. Rates:
Jimmy Rowe
In trade
area: $6.00 per
OIIlOL. 539 East Call St. weekend and family visitors of Sanford of Mr.were and year; 13.50 six months

_M ar PH. 964-5745 Mrs Robert the Green and attended Outside trade area: $7.00 434 W. CALL ST.' PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLORIDAl'ageZ
Florida-Georgia per year; $4.00 six months
game.



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November II, \1-171!) TKLKUItAPII Page 3I


I Hildebrans Attend HearingOn Bryan Elected Director

Child CareMr. 111


and Mrs. Gary Hilde- children. a t* of State AssociationBradford .j

bran attended the Hearing on The main topics discussedwere ," According to
Child Care Licensing Legislation : Personnel ratio to kM 4 ,' County Com- Knowledge Bryan the Association, with
mission Chairman
held by the Child Care children, and closing up so- if Ralph
in Tallahasseeand
Advisory Council of the Department called "Back Door Nur ? Bryan has been elected to the headquarters
full-time executive 1
of series." As of July 1975! any- Board of Directors the State a
Health and Re-
has been in- ,(
director
children will haveto Association of County Com- very
habilitative
keeping
Services on Wed- one
fluential in dealing I
legislation
missioners. He and
nesday, Nov. 6, in Orlando. pass the minimum stand- Taylor '
both
with local -
issued state I County Commissioner, Bert government
The of the hearing ards and be a
purpose
and lie said the
con.
license. Fife,will represent District II, pro
was to receive comments and
-
Association a successful
which put up
wishing more in- encompasses twentytwo -
recommendations Anyone
; concerning r united effort a few
counties of North Central
} formation on this hearing may
the development of statewide
; defeat proposalto
to
a
Florida. years ago
contact Mrs. Hildebrn at the
f minimum licensure standards
consolidate and eliminate
Bryan and wife, Harriet,
for the and of Pee Wee Nursery.
> care
protection attended the 45th Annual many of our counties and he
Convention of the Associationin feels that this united effort is
:j Hollywood, October 2326. going to be more important in
|: Gayle Douglas HenleyCarterEngagement The educational program was the future if we are to
highlighted by informative preserve our form of local ,
? Birthday Party "' ., sessions on Collective government. "In spite of our :
4 .r h a elforts and our gains, we have
.i 4 :' % Bargaining and the Resource
a4 already lost some of our local
Recovery and ManagementAct
3 Little Gayle Douglas cele- 1r
Calvin Henleyof
Mr. and Mrs. both being new of controls I am still a firm
< brated her second birthday the pieces
Starke announce Florida believer that, regardless of its
that
legislation
1 Thursday evening, Oct. 31, at engagement of their daughter Commissioners will have to weaknesses and mistakes, the
,; a Halloween party given by to RichardLewis
Jeanne Christine, with best government is that whichis
beginning January
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carter, son of Mr. and cope closest to the people."
1, 1975.
i{ Eddie Douglas. Mrs. Richard Carter of Day-
Theme of the Association is
# The home was decorated in tona Beach. y ,
/ the Halloween theme and Miss Henley is a 1974! grad- e.r .a ,.. ,. ,.. a "Strength and Progress
Effort and
;'. lighted by lanterns. uate of the Vo-Tech Center in Through THE LITTLE RED
1. After the nine little guests, Starke.Mr. Newly Inducted member of the National Honor Society at CABARETAntiqueand
in costume,had ice cream and Carter is a 1972! grad- Bits
cake,they were taken Trick or uate of BHS. Mr. and Mrs. Marion UsedFurniture
Treating by Mr. and Mrs. 24 Inducted Into BHS Honor SocietyTwentyfour Harrington and family of ,;
z Douglas. Ormond Beach, and \Mr and 122 East Call Street
i Mrs. Bill Harrington and
2d YoJnow new members were inducted into the National of Gainesville, former long-time Bradford County judge, who daughter of Keystone Heightswere STARKE
Honor Society Tuesday night at Bradford-High School. Theyare stressed the importance of character. Principal Charles Sunday guests of Mr It '
l : Francis, in a brief address, congratulated the parents and Mrs. C.N. Christy
BIRTHS Mrs. Arlin McKnight, Mrs. present for upholding standards to make outstanding students -
J. R. Kite and Miss Lillian First row ((1-r) Danette Rodrique,Teresa Devore, Beverly and scholars, and congratulated the students for livingup KaoOOOOOQOOQQOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOCKDAY r
Stump attended the State Meng Shiela Starling, Laura Kay Thomas,and Kathy Locke. to those standards. i
;; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards Cancer Association annual Second row Mike Cooney, Darlene Stancil Cindy Edwards President Johnny Hobbs presided over the initiation. Miss CARE i
announce the birth of a meeting in Fort Lauderdale Cindy Gissy, Sonja Biggs, and Julie Griffis. Jody Harper introduced Judge Yawn. 3 i
: son, Andrew R., on Nov. 2 at Friday to Sunday.Mr. Third row Robert Best, Jennifer Jockel, Chuck Hut- Current members of the National Honor Society are Alice -? CENTER i
II! Alachua General Hospital. cheson Randy Chitty, Jenny Tomlinson, Guy Stalnaker, Atwood, Amy Blalock, Beth Chapman, Joan Dyal, Benita 4 FROM ARM BABIES
!!' -- and Mrs. Fred Thomsonof Andy Crews, Larry White and Judy Thomas. Franklin Jody Harper, Johnny Hobbs, Kathy Jones, P.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green of Tallahassee and Mrs. W.H. Not pictured are Debbie Douglas, Anita Green, Shiela Jenkins, Rhonda Jones, Donnie Kelly, Joy Laine. Debbie TO SCHOOL AGE
Kingsley Lake announce the Thomson of Monticello were Sapp, and Elizabeth Scott. Mitchell, Glenn Mullins, Donna Pauley, Joy Saxon, Jan CONSTANT CARE-
birth of a son, Willaim Harris weekend guests of Mrs. J.W. Speaker for the initiation was Circuit Judge Theron Yawn Searle, John Tyson, Sharon Williams, and Diane Yawn.
Alexis, on Nov. 8 in Memorial Griffin and attended the 2 BALANCED SNACKS I II

Hospital, Jacksonville. Florida-Georgia game. NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO A:3O: P.M. I I II II
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. P2PC2 gJ(0CU tJ Lex Green of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douvilleof REASONABLE RATES I I II
Orange Park visited Mr. I I II
and Mrs. R.H. Grider and Mr. WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE I I II
and Mrs. Kenneth Grider I I Ii
Wayne Davis and Roland Sunday afternoon.Mr. \Mrs S.L. Peek, Sr. and son Mrs. A.J. Barry, son, Drew, Mr.and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkhad \Mr. and \Mrs. Huston Mc- THEIR PROBLEMS ( a ) i ri
Heath of Atlanta, and II.V. Darby Peek of Lake City, flewto and daughter Adrienne, and as weekend guests Mr. Cane Mr and Mrs. George i i ii
Saxon of Pompano of Beach Steve and Mrs. Charles Austin, Texas Thursday to Mrs. Paul Brown were in Or- and Mrs. B.Y. Saxon and Flynn, Sr. and Mrs. Betty Ann Greater Bethlehem Free yrp i i iI ii
were weekend guests Monday to visit Mrs. Peek's lando on business Sunday. Phillips were Saturday i
Denmark and attended the Parker and family of Miami, family of Indian Harbor Will Baptist Church I !
Mr and Mrs.
of
and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke [granddaughter( and husband, Beach, Miss Sue Morris of brunch guests 964-5136 I I II
Florida-Georgia game. Mr. and Mrs. David G lUlt. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon Bill McClane of Jacksonville
and family of Bradenton spent Pompano Beach George 11OI CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR I I II
McClane the weekend with Mrs. Shellie and family of Macclenny and Tatar of Ypisilanti.Mich., and Beach and all attended the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 I I
Huston Macon Ga.was last Gerle, Mrs. Carolyn Redgraveand \Mrs. A.G. Loudon and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edenfieldof Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Sandersonof Florida-Georgia game in sooooQOQOooooooooooaoooooooooood
hunting near Mr. and Mrs. M.C Wells. Sonny, visited her soninlawand Jacksonville were Sunday Fort Pierce. They attendedthe Jacksonville.
Sunday to Wednesday. daughter Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Georgia-Florida game in

Marvin Barnhart, in Miami Jacksonville and were joinedat
Saturday to Monday.Mr. Mrs. L. A. Canova was in the Denmark home for Norman's Farm
FAMILY REUNION SET SATURDAYThe Orange Park Sunday visitingMr. dinner,following the game, by Open Farm
and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin \ and Mrs. Levy Canova, Wayne Davis and Roland
will attended the Florida Automo Jr. and family. Heath of Atlanta, H.V Saxonof Mon'Sat Produce Markcf* Fresh
Daniel and Ann Phillips family
Betty
bile Dealers convention in Pompano Beach, and Steve
hold a second annual family reunion between 10 Bermuda Saturday to Wed- Mrs. N.K. Hurst returned to Denmark.Mrs. 617 N Temple Ave. Daily
964-6071
I *
nesday. her home in Indianapolis, Ind.
a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Lake Butler Recreation
on Sunday after two weeks C.C. Hoppe of Tampa
Center this Sunday November 17. Miss Jennifer Ann Haas, visit with Mrs. Clyde Sinclair
visited her sisters, !Mrs. O.L. Georgia South Florida
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. and'.Mr.. and Mrs. T.H.! Slade. Beasley and Mrs. J.W Kin- 10 lbS
All friends and relatives are invited. Haas of Starke, has pledgedZeta tn caid from Saturday to Sweet
Tau Alpha social sororityat Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thursday.Mr. Regular Yellow
O.J.Norman Valdosta State College. Barksdale and grandson, 15C 69C 90 c
Cody,were in Eufaula. Ala. on and Mrs. John Pare of Potatoes Potatoes Corn Doz

_______ _. II business Monday to Wednes Orlando spent the weekend lb.
--- ----- --- ----
day. with her parents, Mr and
Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr., and Home Grown All Varieties
John Brown'8Price Mr. and Mrs. Dan Chandlerof all attended the Florida-

Slade Live of Oak.Br.xley Mr.: and, Ga.Mrs., Mrs.Will Georgia game. Cabbage 10 Onions 15b.b.Bananas 13b.

Mobile Home Center N.K Hurst of Indianapolis, ORDEK NOW! Complete b.
Ind. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair of selection of personalized\
4733775Has Starke were guests of Mr. and Christmas Cards for both Special Df The Week
.Q Mrs. T.H. Slade at the personal & professional

Florida-Georgia game. Masterpiece, Century-Grant, North Carolina Apples
Preceding the game they were
t- Regency Art Craft. Tilt
:: guests of Dr. and Mrs. T.G. OFFICE SHOP. Phone !Hil- ct
Ritch in Jacksonville for : : F3edDeiiciousRome 2 7
brunch and along with Miss 6,103.Mr.. and Mrs. Harvey Ed- Ib
Jan Ritch and Steve Tilley wards visited \Mr and Mrs. Golden Delicious
joined the group: at the game.
and
The Perfect Joe Hill in Ocala Sunday
They were al. dinner guests of Monday.
Mr. and MI I. Slade at the I
River Club in Jacksonville
Home For following the game.

Dr. R.E. Dopson attendedthe
Your Family 60th annual conventionand
educational seminar of

the Florida Chiropractic
Association in Orlando over
Ma- the weekend.

.
For A Price = Mr. and Mrs. W.M.Jeng\
s and daughter, Dana, of St.- YOU WILL BE BEGINNING NOVEMBER 27,
1. Petersburg are spending this
You week with their parents, Mr. WHEN THE AMOUNT OF INSURED PROTECTION
and Mrs. E.L. \Matthews and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul \ at
Can Afford t Hampton Lake. Meng WI LL DOUBLE TO $40,000 !

c1M -. Judge and Mrs. A.L.
Driggers, Mrs. Allie Driggersand
Mrs. C.H. Driggers, Sr. of The Congress has passed it and the President has
Come See Lake Butler were Thursday
afternoon visitors of Mrs. November 27 each msurable
K.G. Duncan and Mrs. R.A. signed rt. Beginning ,

GOOD SELECTION OF Crawford.Mrs. account at Guaranty Federal will be protected byas

J.D. Seymour spent
Saturday with her son, Halhe, Agency of the Federal Government up to
NEW & REPOSSESSED in Jacksonville and attendedthe

Florida-Georgia game. $40.000.


HOMES: Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawsonare
visiting their daughter, Now, with joint accounts, a family of three can

Elizabeth Lawson, at Lake
Wales from Monday to Thursday have up to $400,000 insured savings coverage.A .

.

1 l l lli Local admittances to family of four up to $560,000. And all accounts

week Bradford include County: Hospital Mrs. Mary this in excess of the current limits will automatically

Padgett, ,James Hendricks,
James Blackshear, Clinton be insured at the new limits.

Boatwright, \Mrs. Edith P.lutcheson .

}Mrs. Kathy, Demerry Brooker,Conner Jimmy, High interest and increased safety. You'll find

flak About: Our Down. Payment: Simmons Mrs. Lillian Dennis Partin Magyars and, them both at Guaranty Federal. Stop by soon

ExcluBiver Plemtal R. Small flsPurchasePlan Robert Ward, Starke; Chuck
: Wilson, Raiford; Mrs. Lucile
35D On Cauley and Mrs. Cora Bates, SAVINGS INFORMATION
rvri or ACCOUNT INVESTMENT MIN. TERM ANNUAL RAIl ANNUAL VIELD
SamvHomeiaJohn Lawtey; Mrs. Gail Jensen and Passbook Savings, None None 5.25% 539% -y! ?, !
Mrs. Evelyn Handlon, New Certificate $1,000 90 days $.7$% 5.92%

Melrose. New Certificate $1,000 1 year 6.50% 6.72% .
Brown'sPrice $1.000 TA: 6.7'% 6.98"o
ORDER NOW! Complete New Certificate' years -
New Certificate, $1,000 4 years 7.50% 7.79% .
selection of personalized
....,. -
Christmas Cards for both l
Mobile Home Center personal and professional. '*MEN EARNINGS AM ALLOWED TO COM POUND DAILY'' ....S1"o'r Guaranty
INTEREST PENALTY IS RCOUIREO FOR LARLYWIIHORAWAL
A SUBSTANTIAL
Century-Grant
Masterpiece
Regency Art Craft. THE ONcu"nUJI PLANS- Starke 395V. Madison, Fe de rat

Mwy21 Keystone Hits. OFFICE SHOP. Phone 9M30 r.INI\V1I LI 210 N MAIN HOI* UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS LAWNENCIVLVO AVI IIOOIW A ANCHEM tVLVAN RUAUHlVSroNl WAY Saving*and Lo n Anociatton

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4 TELEGRAPH November 11., 1971



I Wallet Stolen From Foot of Bed Pair Arrested, Drugs Seized Sunday In !ll



As Tax Collector J. R. Kelly SleepsSTARKE Y lie also stated mat thiS is

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS This small north Florida town was not the first unauthorizedplane

A source of information Two homes and a parked thief. the location Sunday of one of the largest drug hauls in the northern he has heard land at the
whoe reliability is automobile were burglarized Mrs. Charles Goodowns part of the state, netting a rough estimate of $1.4 million Keystone Airport. lie said one
questionable, reported that during the past week according automobile was entered while worth of marljauna and cocaine landed about two weeks ago
Tax Collector J.R. Kelly has to the Starke Police the car was parked at the Two men were arrested in Keystone shortly after an airplane I II and then one last week. He
threatened to give up the Department. Pratt Street playgroundacross made an unauthorized landing at the Keystone Airport in Brad- '_ said those landings had been
pajama game, and will start Sometime after midnight in from the Bradford ford County. Arrested were Charles Coney Chitwood, III, 23, of I 1 ; W'' made either very late at nightor
sleeping in his breeches. His the early morning hours of County jail. Asleepat the time Lafayette, Tenn., and Roger Dorman Haga, 28, of Rockwood, in the early morning hours
decision was reputedly made Tuesday November 12 the in the Far was her 18 month Tenn. and he had not gone out to in
following an incident last home oft, Charles Hardy on old baby. The thief removedher The drugs are thought by lawmen to have been headed for the vestigate.
Saturday morning. North Walnut Street was also wallet containing a sum of Gainesville area. Several other late night plane landings at the Clay County Sheriff Jen-
Kelly s home on West entered through a backdoor of money from her handbag KH airport have occurred in the past few weeks. nings Murrhee stated he felt
Madison Street was entered the home. The thief went along with her driver's license f4r the drugs were headed for the
through a back door by a thief through Mrs. Hardy's hand and some credit cards. The drugs are thought by cocaine, packaged in small Gainesville area and that the
who entered the bedroom in bag, removing her wallet containing Police investigation is con lawmen to have been headed cloth bags painted with smile load that came in was
which the Kelly's were asleep a sum of money but tinuing on all three of the for the Gainesville area. ing faces, weighed seven anda probably all that size plane
Removing Mr. Kelly's pants discarding some un-endorsed entries and thefts.A Several other late night plane quarter pounds. could carry.
Irom the foot of the bed they checks that were in the hand landings at the KH airport The prompt arrest of the He also stated that it was

were taken to the living room bag, leaving them behind. Starke youth, William have occurred in the past few men and recovery of these! possible one of the men had
of the home where a sum of Also taken was a small gold Paul Hamilton, 18, waived his weeks. contraband drugs was the parachuted from the plane as
money was removed from his necklace with a jade amulet right to a preliminary hearingin "The estimate on the dollar result a telephone call to the he was scratched up quite a
wallet. Also taken were two and a General Electric clock Bradford County Court amount, street value, is Bradford County Sheriff's Department bit
sets of keys to the family cars, radio and the keys to the Wednesday, November 13, rough," stated Clay County by Keystone Airport Chitwood and Haga were
two cigarette lighters, and a family car, and a Halh- and was bound over to circuit Deputy Sheriff Larry La- Operator Barney Cam, who charged with possession of
watch given to Mr. Kelly in re crafters short-wave radio.In court. Follette,who apprehended the reported the landing of an unauthorized cannabis and cocaine, and one
for his term as president attempting to get away in Hamilton, along with a two men single handed on the plane in the Key- of the men, with carrying a
of the Florida Tax Col- the car the thief was unable to juvenile, was arrested by corner of SR-21 and Lake View stone Airport Sunday night concealed firearm.
lector's Association. The get it cranked after running deputies of the Bradford Drive, "and will depend on between the hours of 8:30: and Deputy LaFollette stated
letters F.T.C.P. were the battery down. He was apparently County Sheriff's Department how pure the cocaine is after 10 p.m. the case is still under Investi--
engraved on the back of the scared off for some Thursday, November 7, following being laboratory checked Cam stated he heard an air Clay County Sheriff Jennings Murrhee breaks open bundle gation and that there is a lot
watch. unknown reason since he left an investigation of The marijauna, which was craft circling in for a landingand of pot to show reporter a sample of what was found In Key more involved.
The thief made his entry behind in the front seat of the break-ins and thefts from The packed and wrapped for went out to investigate.He stone Heights Sunday night. The drugs are now under
sometime between 5 and 7:45 car a flashlight and the short First Baptist Church of shipping in brown paper, was stated the plane landed on lock and key at the Clay

a.m., Saturday morning, wave radio previously Starke, Dowling's Fruit and estimated at $200,060 and a back runway and he found said referring to the aircraft, Barney Cam also stated he County Sheriff's Departmentafter
November 9. Estimate of the removed from the home. The Produce Market, Dahmer's weighed 1,045: pounds. The men had posted lights on the "but I do know it was a Cessna felt sure another vehicle being checked by
loss was $247.00. flashlight belonged to the Discount Store and The runway for the aircraft. 310. It was dark and the air might be involved as his son custom's agents and will be
Suwannee Store. "They moved so fast, I craft's\ hts were shining in saw another truck leave the used as evidence in court at a
Motel Guest Slugged Some of the items stolen Stepchild... couldn't describe it," Cam my face, he added. park by a rear entrance. later date.
were recovered at the time of

I With Tire Tool Hamilton's arrest. (From Page 1) Rancher Rattlers I
Hamilton has been chargedwith At Crosby's request Mayor Escapes Deadly

breaking and enteringand Schaefer agreed to have -

STARKE A man who investigated and hit him over the head witha released grand from larceny.custody He Wed-was stationery printed for the STARKE Cattle rancher deadly rattler Monday morn- right trouser leg. With a bit of Hardy said that his high top
boar The council also
two youths tire tool, after which the two nesday, November 13, on his zoning to Douglas Hardy narrowly ing November 11, when high stepping and fancy footwork boots perhaps saved him from
machine breaking into a motel vending men made their escape accompanied own recognizance. agreed cabinet for secure the ZB a when filing escaped being bitten by a dealing with one snake a Hardy managed to elude being bitten by the rattler's
Monday night was by a young female the second rattler before he strike at his right leg.
hit over the head with a tire who was with them in the car. Crosby pointed out the entire 0.'I1''Ji could strike again.
tool by one youth as the pair Wood's injury was treatedat Station records of the board is being ,"" ./ !: i .' ., I .: After retrieving the larger
made their Gulf kept in his briefcase. '
escape. the Bradford County '1'
portion of the dead tree limb,
Leonard Lee Wood, a guest Hospital. At that point Clerk Edwards ; ORDER NOW'! Complete
broken when he hit the first
at the Inn North said he absolved himself of the selection of personalized
Holiday on \
Damages to the equipmentwas iIiJ. ',
snake,he returned to finish off
Temple Avenue, was in his estimated at $125, according RobbedTwo responsibility of getting the larger one first and then Christmas Cards for both
room watching television to the police report. zoning notice advertisementsto personal and professional.
about 1-30: am Monday, Other thefts reported duringthe gunmen got away the newspaper to be published smaller completed\ one.the job on the :Masterpiece, Century-Grant

November 11, when he heard a past week by the Starke with an undetermined as required under the The larger rattler had Hl'tI'IICYrt! Craft. THEOIFICE
disturbance outside. When he Police Department were: The amount of cash, cash box, city's zoning ordinance. twelve SHOP. Phone 964-
rattles and the smallerone
went to investigate he saw two removal of four wire wheel keys, bill folds and used "That zoning is a pure head- fi:lir; .
"hippie-type" men attempting covers valued at$147 removed Warren Cunningham's automobile ache!" Edwards stated. nine.

to break into a coin from an automobile on the car as a get-away car, The mayor admonished the
machine on the premises. sales lot at Terwillegar during a hold-up of Cunning- clerk "All right, Merrill, Swan To
Run
When he called for them to Motors. Thieves jimmied the ham's Gulf Station in Keystone you're adding fuel to the fire. i For I
halt their activities and go coin boxes from a drink Heights at 6:15: last You don't want the merger,
with him to the office they machine at Biggs Laundry on Friday evening. but you don't want to.take the Lawtey Council Seat
both fled, one running across Lafayette Street and According to Police Chief responsibility." y

the parking lot and the otherto somebody stole the right rear Leonard Jones Monday Farnsworth, who resignedhis LAWTEY Thomas O the Group 4 seat, now held by
his car. Wood followed the tire and wheel from leads the zoning post with the city
a parkedcar morning, in case Swan,a resident of Lawtey for Walter (Pete) Smith, who is
man to the car but the other at 109 North Temple were slim but police after three years, has accepted the pasH9 and expected to be a candidate for
man came up behind Wood Street. managed to lift a few prints appointment to the ''V Belair years operatorof reelection.The .
I Apartments U.S.
from Cunningham's car, county zoning board. He will
301 has qualifying deadline
,
qualified as a candidate is
which was located soon after replace E.W. Hodges who resigned -
for noon Saturday. Nov. 16.
Lawtey City Commission

the robbery on a dirt road in from the county zoning Group 2. the seat Lawtey City Clerk Lucille
being
DeWitt G. Jones a wooded area near the Key board after being elected to vacated by Mayor Commis- Shuford said that her office
stone Golf Course.Cunningham the county commission. q Mri will .
Gene
sioner Pearson who is remain open Saturday.Nov.
Donald
37
Wainwright em-
stated that he ployed by the Florida National resigning becauseof ill health. 30, from 10 to 12 a.m. for
Funeral Home r'' Swan said he the convenience of
and
his attendant, Rufus Guard at Camp Blanding anda is interested in persons
"Tag" Donley, closed down Starke resident, accepted seeing Lawtey make some wishing to cast absentee
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 for the night, shut off the appointment to the city zoning progress and would like to ballots. Absentee ballots may
lights and went to get in their board. The council committeewas '' serve on the Commission to also be cast during her
Rental car. Two men with stocking continued to find help do his part. regular office hours, 1 to 3
a replacement -
masks over their faces, for No one has yet qualified for p.m.. Monday through FridayHelping .
Farnsworth.
Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches came out from behind the
Present city board
rest room on the side of the zoning
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS station members are Crosby, the new
wielding a shotgunand -
chairman Mrs. Joyce Riherd
; an
PHONE 473-3176 pistol, demanding the and Rev. Levy Lennon, and
money, billfolds and keys to
Wamwirght with the fifth
the
car. member coming up again.
- - - - - ,
.. .. .. .. Crosby, Farnsworth, and Mrs.
Riherd were present for the
last zoning board meeting on rf'd "'.
Monday,previous to the Tues- j

: The Office Shop :: day all three city commission feeling discouragedabout meeting, t i ; ._:..

the effectiveness of city .oar
zoning and feeling ignored by

| Presents. I the city,.
. "We ve been talking for
quite a while that this thing is
getting just nowhere," Farns-
Rogers
worth said in his last meetingas Doug Hardy shows the two rattlers with which he had to
chairman of the city board. deal at one time.

Multi-File second became entangled in

I System i people* YouJnowMr. his Hardy pants leg.was busy sowing

some winter rye seed Monday
morning on his 240 acre cattle

Complete filing systems can be built Mrs. James Viglione of and Mrs C.B. Terwillegar when ranch on he Little heard Lake the Santa Fe
\ Binghamton, N.Y. is spending John Godwin, and Jim familiar
with additional MULTI-FILE SECTIONS several weeks with her son-In- Fox attended the Florida- buzz of a rattlesnake's rattles.
i i irr law and daughter, Mr. and Georgia game. After spotting the deadly people is
Mrs.W.H Green and baby son serpent Hardy took off in
search of
something to use fora
at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. F.W.
to do battle
weapon with the
Strickland and family and Mr. rattler. his business.
Attending the funeral of and Mrs. Charles Rowell
: Finding a dead tree limb in
Mrs. Jeanette Norman
attended the Florida-Georgia
J a nearby thicket of brush he
Mathews Tuesday of last weekin
game in Jacksonville Satur returned to where the rattle He's just won the National Sales Achievement Award
Lake City, Tenn. were Mr.
day. snake was coiled and still a in life insurance, the
and Mrs. Harvey Edwards, given by National Association
buzzing. With the first blow of
of Life
Underwriters.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns, Byron Terwillegar spent the
the tree limb
the
Ir Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman, weekend fishing at Lemon rattler dead center striking the He makes it his business to know what's the best

: .jir : Mr.and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mr. Bluff on the St.Johns River. head, stunning it,on and protection for a family or a business in life, health
and Gerald
Mrs. Norman, Mr.
and
breaking the dead limb in group insurance.
and Mrs. Leroy Norman, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Sander half Hardy noticed that his He's the one to call..
Mrs. Freda Norman of Starke son of Fort Pierce visited his
I right leg had becomea
I-In ;, and Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. few pounds suddenly heavier.
Looking life
i i and.daughter Mathews the of will Jacksonville.Mrs. be remembered Sanderson weekend, in Raiford duringthe down noticed and a second to his and rear much he of Georgia

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Area Assessors To Recommend




Doubling: Homestead Exemption

t robVa -
Ilh y' t>' I hr LAKE CITY Northeast scratch, working up their own transaction recorded between ratio now," Long said, "and if
Lei Florida Tax Assessors (or values to achieve more objec those dates. "If they want it, they say we're too low, 1 think
r tJ1y4( nr County Property Appraisersas tivity." let them go get it them- I'll let the courts decide
they will soon be called) One assessor said he had selves," he said. whether we are or not."
will recommend to the 1975 found a way to take care of Long said Tuesday that Several assessors at the
Legislature the raising of this by placing a piece of agents of the Auditor Lake City meeting appeared
homestead exemption from paper on the photostat General's Office "are in my convinced that the only way
h i ir $5,000 to $10,000 with an ad- machine in such a positionthat office now" collecting data they can fight the unreason-
r ditional $5,000 exemption for the assigned value of the and intending to talk with able demands and conclusions
the elderly and disabled. property doesn't appear on local builders about current they see coming from
The action was taken at a the copy. "They get the legal building costs to determine Tallahassee is to resort to
district meeting in Lake City description but they don't get replacement values a factorin legal action.
last week, attended by Brad- any values," he said. setting assessments. "They afraid of the big
ford Assessor Gene Long and The assessors were also will then compare these "They're because know
14 other assessors from incensed by a request from figures with my 1974 assess- counties they "
will
the big boys sue, one
counties In this area. the Department of Revenue to ment roll," Long said, "in said.
e The State Auditing Depart- "... please forward a copy of determining the county'sratio assessor The Madison County
ment and the Department of computer or manual listings on the 100 per cent the
Revenue were chief targets of of all sales occurring in your valuation scale.Bradford assessor deplored values that con-the
the embittered assessors county between Jan 1, 1973 County's ratio in stantly rising
state insists using to fix the
on
chafing under new state and Dec. 31, 1973; and bet- 1972 was 92 percent, an accep- valuation scale.
regulations that have put ween Jan. 1,1974 and Nov. 1, table figure at that time, and 100"A Hundred per cent cent is what a
them in the dog house with 1974." was based on an in-depth with cash per in his hand will
many taxpayers in their home Long said he will refuse to study, Long said. In 1970, walk man and for a
counties."I comply with this request sinceit based on estimates made in up give you
Firemen and onlookers watch helplessly as the final piece of property. I don'tbelieve
can't say the exact way would mean going to theclerk's Tallahassee, Bradford's ratio
remains of Blue Pines Bar in smoke. I could sell my countyfor
goes up
we feel because ladies are office and having a was lowered to 84 per cent. it
what I've
appraisedfor
got
present," one assessor said as copy made of every property "They're working on the 1974 "
he said.
Blue Pines Bar Burns To GroundBlue blasting he joined excessive his colleagues, expensive in now,

and what they consider unfair

Pines Bar, built in the to other areas of the building.The telephone service east of Blue a concrete vault sealed with a demands on their offices.
early 30's now owned by Melrose, Interlachen, Pines in Putnam County. heavy steel door located in Following the meeting, Your
William Thompson of Hill- Florahome and Grandin Several small explosionssent the rear of the building, was Long said, "We're trying to Buy
crest. burned to the ground Volunteer fire departmentswere firemen and on-lookers opened and its contents were fight the battle of the tax-
early last Friday morning, called for assistance.By scattering and sounds of beer found intact.According. payer, though some of them
lighting the sky for miles and this time, heat and cans and bottles bursting were to a report from can't see it that way. If they
completely demolishing the flames had destroyed tele- audible. the Fire Marshall's office in will join us in calling these Old
old land mark just east of phone lines and burned out all After the fire had died down, Jacksonville Friday, the unfair and unjustified ion e
Keystone Heights on SK-100. estimated damage, set on the demands on our offices to the 1i
Heights volunteer building and contents, was attention of the Legislature,
Keystone $20,000.()( Cause of the fire was maybe we can get somethingdone. FasTtlE
Firemen answered the early
morning call at 2:10: a.m. Lawtey Tax Is ArguedLAWTEY not known at that time. ." utCake
Reaching their destination Long and the other
assessors said there was a
minutes later, found flames of the Old arguments, loan, but might be reduced in Prison Land duplication of effort and expenses -
engulfing the rear part
and con, concerningLawtey's the future if the water'system by the Department of
building. pro proposed municipal brought in enough revenue to Out Of BoundsTo Revenue and the State
in
"Our main problem containing -
hashed make payments on the loan. Auditing Department with an DEEP
of water system were
the fire, was lack I
water," said Fire Chief Hunt- and rehashed at the Mayor-Commissioner Spur- Hunters unnecessary expense to tax- BAKED.I A CCORDINGSOUr"
Kedfearn Jr. "We had to November 5th hearing on an necessary said it was payers. "One department will FAMOUS
not
ley ten to vote on the show demanding stacks of RE CIVEOLO, t1 V 0 FAMOUS/
draft water from the Putnam ordinance authorizing a Trespassing to hunt on state up SOUfNERN 09.-
ordinance at Tuesday'smeeting data from office, and the
all utilities our
cent tax on property near the Florida a
Hall Prairie, which is about a per T|* OMYYarNr.I.
half a mile away" Redfearn used in the City of Lawtey.The and action was post-. State Prison could prove very next day, the other
explained.Just tax is required by the poned until a later meeting.A dangerous and expensive, department will come in
about the time firemen FHA (Farmers Home Administration resolution was adopted by according to Sheriff Dolph asking for the same Informa-
had the flames in the rear of ) as collateral for the Council designating a six- Reddish. tion. There is no excuse for From The Starke Civitan Club
of the "
of land east
tract
acre such duplication, Long
the revenue certificates issued to
the under control,
building
railroad in Lawtey for recrea- Florida law provides a declared.
fire trucks ran out of water repay government an anticipated loan for construc-$414,000 tional and park purposes. The penalty of up to 60 days in jail Long complained that the At The Following Locations .
and the flames spread rapidly e
some and fine of to for
$500
tion of the water system.A land was purchased a up Tallahassee agents, in
number of Lawtey time ago by the City for this trespassing on state property, checking values assigned to
Citizen's! Committee citizens voiced objections to purpose, and citizens of East Reddish said. He also pintedout various properties in a county Worn Dixie Holiday Inn
paying the tax because they Lawtey had started construction that hunting near the come to the assessor's office
Meets Tonight had not agreed to become of a recreation center. prison could prove dangerousif and demand the worksheets Garden Restaurant Koch's Drugs
water customers, preferringto Work was halted several hunters should happen to showing values already
Wayne Massey, president of maintain their private months ago, however, when cross paths with inmates out worked up. "Then they can do Kentucky Fried Chicken
the Lawtey Concerned wells. Councilman Robert Scott and doing their daily chores. what they want to with our
Citizens Committee, has an- "It isn't fair for me to be several citizens expressedfear values," he said. "They
nounced that the group will taxed for somebody else'swater that the property mightbe "Inmates and guns don'tmix should be made to start from
meet tonight (Thursday) at 8 when I'm not using the converted by the city in the ," the sheriff declared.
o'clock at the Lawtey City water myself," J. F. Robertson future to some other use. .
Hall. declared. Similar senti- Scott said that work on the .
The meeting was originally ments were expressed by project would be resumed as
scheduled for Monday night, several others present. soon as the City gave
but was postponed because of City attorney Gene Shaw assurance that the property
the inability of several said the tax was an FHA requirement would be used only for park
members to attend. in order to get the and recreation purposes.


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BRIEFBy USDA INSPECTED W-D BRAND

Jeannette Prescott PURE (NO ADDITIVES) SAVE W,

POWDER PUFF aoeN 'I
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FOOTBALL GAME 'x
Last Friday the girls demonstrated GROUND
their ability to
play flag football in front of ''
10-LB.
PKO.
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the student body. Teams were h
selected in their physical ?
education classes with Mrs.
Ivey and Mrs. Scott being : .
honorary coaches. .
Pre-game activities included BEEF
singing the national y'' I II! iY'l
anthem with kindergartnerDuane
Mott holding the Hag. r IWII
All the girls were then announced Li
along with the officials '
'
David Sparks and
Randy Raulerson, and an-
nouncers, Eddie Barnes and I I I 9 5 LB. $399 99
PKO.
Carl Foster. S2.OOOFF BEEF PEO?
The game was closer than THIS COUPOONN ANYN
the score indicated, with Mrs. EIGHT
Ivey's group coming out on THE
top, 206. Scoring for the winning
CppKwARE .raiooi TO MONT
wi
Quantity Rights
team were Linda Man- INIBOYWINN
ning and Eva McKinney, and ReserveINFLATION AND CONSIRVC
Malissa Rabon scored Mrs. ITEMS OIC I 0 .DIXIE STORES INC.PKG. .
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Scott's lone touchdown.Both PII COUPON VMIO LB 1974
IItM
teams displayed the OMIT ONI
fundamentals of the game PRICES GOOD THURS. NOV. 14 THRU WED. NOV. 20CHuciCii
along with good sportsmanship
and fair team play. Half-
time entertainment was
provided by the Brooker BEEF BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W-D RAND PORK SHOULDER SMOKED

Denise cheerleaders.Keen, Kim They Carroll were, 'ST sHi
Michelle Stilwell, Tootsie ROAST PICNIC
Tucker, Carol Fussell, .
Vanessa Seawick, Teresa
Starling, Sherrie Nipper, SAVE
Marquita McKinney, and SAVE nA! 39 WHOLE
Tammy Mann. 12 j 30c $
1
Mrs. Ivey's team was J
60>> Ls.LI. .
composed of Eva McKinney, 9 9 D fv4r
Susan Douglas, Linda Man IOOVIINMINr a1 DIDF II oJ '
ning (captain), Brenda U. S. CHOICE'' 13
Dorminey, Mary Rogers, LB LB.
Missy Hart, Debbie Phillips, LB.
Elaine Deas, Lee Orton, Tiny
Hodge, Lisa Lynn, Penny
Riggs, and Ann Truett. W-D BEEF USDA CHOICE BLUE BAY LIGHT CHUNK


were Green Hayes Mrs.,,Sharon Scott's Elaine Brenda team Mott Fussell Willingham member9, Monica, Jill, CH Ci'DARO ST LEG 0' LAMB TUNASAVE


Shelia Starling (captain), limit 4 with $7.5O or mere purchase excluding cigarettes31c
DeeDee Hart, Lynn Hill,
Malissa Rabon, Renee Mott, SAVE SAVE
Debbie Green, Brenda Lang- 39
ford, and Penny Jakab. $ qeL

Run-for-Fun mileage ,eY11NNINT GI.DI 8 8t: 30C 38*

champs for the week ,are U. S. CHOICE LB. 6: -oz.L :.
David .Sparks and Eva McKinney LB. LB. CAN


CHURCH NEWS
W.D (TWELVE 4'01. PATTIES) SAVE 20c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF LOIN THRIFTY MAID

Old New This Fashioned River Sunday Baptist night Night Church.will at the be Beef Patties 3 IBPKG, $199 Strip Steaks IB $1 1 79Strip DOUGLAS Whole Chicken 62 CAN et' 99c Apple Sauce 3 CANS 16.e1, $1 1

W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE 6/B LBS (CUT J. SAVE 7c THRIFTY MAID
Everyone is urged to come SAVE lOe W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE 16/70185. 1
WRAPPED FREE) KRAFT BAR BQUESauces I0/ '
dressed in the costumes of (CUT FOR STEAKS) 18.01. Tomato Soup r 10C
Loin $1 149 Tenderloin I . $249 . . "rl- 39C
yesteryear. . 1 LB. limit _/$7.50.r m.r. food order ..cl. cl.>.
SAVE 2Oc WD BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF WHOLE OR KRAFT FRENCH -
PERSONALSMr. SAVE lie HICKORY SWEET HALF BONELESS 288c: Chili &FTB'a;;; I"'/'ot.
and Homecoming Mrs. H.H. Mott attended at Sliced Bacon 1 PKG.lB' 98C Bottom Round LB. $139 Dressing i . !; ns 3 CANS $100 1
THRIFTY MAID DRIED CELLO PKG. BITTY CROCKER HAMBURGER
Beulah Baptist Church last SAVE 3lc FRESH ASSORTED LOIN SAVE 40c USDA CHOICE LOIN

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Orea Prescotthad Pork Chops LB.98c Lamb Chops LB. $239 B I ac k eye Peas 2.01 PK: 49C Helpers I . 2 PKGS. $1 00

their children as weekend SAVE 3lc W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SAVE 40c USDA CHOICE SIRLOIN OR RIB REALEMON SOUTHERN BISCUITFlour

guests.Mrs.Francis Those Parrish visiting,Jan were and Chuck Steak LB.98c Lamb Chops LB. $229 Lemon Juice ""' 69C . . 5 .IA'* 68CBETTY

Ebsen, of Parrish, Fla.; Miss
Inez Prescott, of Tampa; ..
Donnie McCarthy and Shawn, CROCKER LAYER ----------------------1 FRESH FLORIDAORANGES

of Charles Kevin Lutz, of; Truett and Gainesville.Mr., Angie and Mrs.and CAKE MIX i! SAVE 15C I


Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Pres- :..... G I
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cott and Johnny were visiting I PILLSBURY
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Markhamand SAVE $ I Ilac
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Sandra Lake Butler \
in recently :
$ I ":} :: FLOUR

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hodgeand I .:::..........:::.'; I I
children of Lacoochee 2 \ \ 69t
visited relatives here and in I V1 69 C WITH I "._ .__ .
Lake Butler Mr. and recently Mrs. Irving, Including 18'h.oz. I COUPON I (I.PI .

Hodge and children. Mrs. Kathy Thornton and _--------_-------_--------
children were dinner guests of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. LARSEN'S ASTOR SUPERBRAND
Paul Prescott and Johnny last

Sunday.Prescotts their son-in-law Also on guests Sunday and daughter.of were the VEG-ALL COFFEE TWIN POPS

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodge

and BIRTHDAYS children. : Karen Sue SAVE 1 SAVE SAVE

Hodge, age 2, Nov. 6; Sporty $ 1
ZOeIS
Tucker, age 3. Nov. 9; L.C. 33' JOc J
Prescott Mrs. Nellie McCarthy 4 99 69.
Nov. 12; Mrs. Nellie .

Pringle, age 81, Nov. 15; 6-01.. I-LB. > .PR.. .
Russell Thornton, Nov. 17; ,
Paul D. Prescott, Jr., Nov. 26; CANS [ CAN R"a f''{4sPK Orea Prescott, Nov. 30. I- -4

THRIFTY MAIDBeef I POLY BAG RUSSET BAKINGPotatoes F;::'HCHICMN';' PANCAK[ $SAUSAGE SALISBURY. TURKEY OR

Stew . 2401 CAN 79C SCHLITZ129 . 10 BAG ie 79 Entrees . 2 PEGS." $1

VAN CAMP BEANEEWeenee 12 Oz. Cans 6 US No 1 YELLOW ASTOR

. 3 8aNB $100 Pack Onions .. 5 BAG IB 49c Orange Juice 2 CANS 99cTHRIFTY

MAID VIENNA I.K At.KIPfJJV' RED DELICIOUS IGGO

Sausage . 3 501.CANS $1 1 Saltines . 2 PKGS.$1 1 Apples . 4 BAG IB 79C Waffles . ''is: ::: 69cTHRIFTY

THRIFTY MAIDPotted SAVE lOe DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH LOAF OCEAN SPRAY FRESH PARKER

C pe1 to hat Meat. 6 c3;'S $100 1 Bread . 2 LOAVES 88c Cranberries 'MB.BAG 39C ROMS .HOUSE. . Vo'::: 69C

CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTERPastries SAVE 29c DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE SEEDED OR FANCY FLORIDA YELLOW FOX DC 'LUXI CHEESE,
HAMBURGER
((2 OR
CQ1J( . 2 &:: $100 1 Cluster Rolls 3 'PKG.: ; : $1 Corn . 10 lAtS 99C, Sausage Pizza ';'I'I69c,


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I The Curse of The White Deer I



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excited young Rice laughedoff
the warning and untied the
With hunting season in full
long, single-shot pistol that
swing and thousands of "deerslayers" .
was strapped to his saddle.
the bushes at
beating
Moving stealthily toward the
Camp Blanding in search of he
cattle found a gentle old
elusive game, an old legend of
work ox, and drove him in
this area is recalled. It warnsof front, soon coming within a
the curse that is said to I
of the beautiful white
range
come to any man who is fool. deer. He fired, and the deer
hardy enough to kill a rare
fell dead!
white deer.
Rice shouted to his
This is an old "granny comrades to come help him
superstition" that was oftenrepeated carry the heavy carcass to the
around the firesidein wagon, but they turned away
frontier homes that dotted not wanting to have anything
thepine forests of this sectionof todo with the slaying. He tried New Farm Bureau OfficersNewly

Florida a hundred years The "drovers" stopped for rest on their way to Cow Ford. to drag the deer by himself
ago. but soon gave up and decidedtotake elected 1974-75 Bradford County Farm Bureau officers and directors are holding onto

told to the middle of the last drive huge herds or "droves"of the hide off on the spot plaque from left: President George Muggins Sec.-Treas. Freddie Watterson and Vice-
white deer was a news- Near Charles Baldree.
Whether truth or merely sacrificing the meat. President Jimmy Gaskins. Directors In back are (I-r) J. R. Wainwright
legend no one will ever know paper reporter many years century before the day of cattle from the vast feeding Whitehead Grant and J. R. Kelly. Not shown are Dan Harley, Z. W. Hamilton,
Jerry George
but the of tragedy that ago and recorded in The Tele- railroad transportation, it was areas of Payne's Prairie Before the sklming job was
followed story the slaying of a rare graph's issue of April 3, 1958. the custom of cattle owners toPoint south of the present site of, half done the drove of cattle and Billy Noegel. !
Gainesville, to the market at smelling the blood, came
Honorary members ofxFarm Bureau are Titus Olson. Foster Shl Smith, Paul llutchins. Greg a"
Cow Fordthe present site of stampeding toward him,
Jacksonville.On bawling pawing the ground Alvarez and County Agent Bobby Taylor.

; one occasion two among themselves. Rice had
"&'overs." Jim Hunter an to leave his cherished quarry -

elderly man and his and run for safety. The cattle FORESTRY Terry Reedy
helper Bill Rice stop remained in the frenzy for j
Not MandateA overnight with their hours until exhausted. A IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm ForesterMy
beef cattle, at the home of a couple had been killed in the
trader a few miles east of the turmoil and others were too +
present site of Starke in the crippled to travel.

close examination of General been termed a mandate. But the Democrats area that Blanding is now reservation.part of the After the drove had been article last week was for over one year survived once and
formulate their Camp under control at last about the new project that the began growing normally
have to brought
that the yet
Election returns reveals new After a good night's rest they the water level was
resumed the Florida Division of
and the march Forestryhas
in resumed their jwrney toward in all
House of Representatives convening program. drivers rode side by side with- undertaken to determineif decreased. Here as

January will be younger by far and Jacksonville. out speakingRice the Melaleuka or ca jeput, as cases, the partially sub-

decidedly more liberal than the current Rather than being a mandate to the Ahead of the drove rolled a humiliated and angry over his it is often known, has the abi- merged trees produced from mats the

House. Democratic Party perhaps the election covered wagon, containing a loss, and Hunter upset by the lity to be used as gunstock or of trunk hairlike where roots even the bran-

returns were more in the form of a cooking outfit and food for the damage to his charges. Their furniture wood. I promised to ches underwater. The
to President Ford and to Con- men and horses. It was drivenby horses excited by the write this week's column were underwater
with the
Apparently this is in keeping warning plants completely
old Negro who servedas stampeding cattle and the about the fascinating facts of
mood of the country, which showed a gress that the American people are tiredof cook an and along with him smell of gore and musk were the cajeput tree. developed assist abnormally in its survival.thick

decidedly liberal trend in Gallup polls fooling around with inflation recession was his young son, who servedas hard to manage. leaves to v&S1

conducted just before the November 5 and corruption in government and "footmarV to drive back Suddenly one of the stallions the Melaleuca leucadendron.is scientificallyknown as With all of the good points to _
done about it by both the stray cattle who haddodged' cajeput hard to under-
election. want something grabbed the other by the is native to Australiaand this tree, it is
the President and the Congress.The into swamps where throat. Both reared up and fellover is found only where the stand why it has often been
horsemen could not follow. The Trston Graduates
Although the polls did not show across backward. Hunter usedan mean temperature of the cold- considered a pest species.
that it From NCO;
AcademyMONTGOMERY
the board support for all liberal American people seem to be Hunter and Rice each old-fashioned dragoon est month exceeds 50 degreesF. main literally complaint takes over is once it
most in the polls as well as in election mounted on a "marsh pony." saddle with a peaked cantle of This marks it as a warm which Ala. -
programs it was predominant on saying, brass. As his horse fell on him weather tree. In Australia it gets started. The tree,
questions covered including stepped-up returns that they want the Presidentand kept the drove moving along the cantle was driven clear obtains the best growth in produces seed two to five Master Sergeant Charles E.
toward Cow Ford Their
E.
of James
spending for social programs including Congress to come up with new horses were of a breed that through his body, while the fresh water swamps, where it times literally per millions year, will of release minute Teston Teston, brother of Lawtey, has
and welfare creative imaginative and innovative, pommel crushed his chest forms dense pure stands. In
health education ; reducing ran wild on the marshes seeds at one time. Holding all graduated from the U.S. Air
killing him instantly. Hawaii and New Calodonia,
spending for defense purposes; giving approaches to problems now racking the around Orange Lakeskittish however this same seed for many years, the tree Force Senior Non-
women equal rights and equal responsi- nation. and unruly yet valued by the Rice suffered two broken only high on hillsides will drop the seed after being commissioned Officer

bilities; requiring the registration of all drovers because and endurance.of their legs; in the fall, and several of that grows are quite dry much of the damaged by cutting or severe Academy at Gunter AFB, Ala.
toughness his ribs were stowed in by The stump will
fire
The to be rejecting damage.
firearms restoring and price con- people seem year.
; wage kicks from the horses' hoofs. also reproduce many shoots During the nine-week
trols; federal financing of election President Ford's WIN program as After leaving the upper Hunter's horsewas killed by The cajeput, which has at after the tree is cut. If it is not course, Sergeant Teston
campaigns; and aid to parochial schools. warmed over leftovers from a former crossing of Alligator Creek throat lacerations but not least three varieties, has been completely severed, but just studied advanced
administration and are calling on the east of Starkethetra" turnedoff before he had kicked Rice's used frequently as a trial topped, the tree will send management techniques t

But conservative strength was shownat President and Congress to come up with burg to road.the left Having from come the M as iddle-far mount to death. species in reforestation research branches up to form a new communicative skills and
The
will them to due to its ability to survive tree. On desirable sites the behavioral science. I
the same time in opposition to forced something that inspire as midway between the Some time later the two stands of academy is the Air Force's
wide
produce
action and even to sacrifice, if sites of and who rode ahead of under such a arrayof cajeput can
busing to achieve racial balance in present Lawtey Negroes, site conditions. Com seedlings so thick that it can highest professional military
schools; favoring restoration of the necessary.They are saying that they are Highland, the drove was the drove looked back and mercially the cajeput is best actually stagnate itself. Soil school for noncommissionedofficers.
and for. leader who will halted for rest and grazing. saw the cattle a long way role in .
death penalty; opposition to uncondi-- ready waiting a to scattered and known as the source of cajeput acidity seems to play a
While saddling again grazing.
tell them to tighten their belts in specific up behind aromatic volatile oil site preference. Soils with a
tional amnesty for Vietnam draft resume the Journey, Rice Wondering at this they turned oil an The sergeant has returned
to the in order to turn the economy toward the cattle and and used in skin diseases and as a high lime content seem unsatisfactory -
sickening
evaders opposition legalizing, ways glanced back saw a for seedling to Kadena AB, Okinawa,
use of marijuana. around even one who will invoke wage exclaimed, "There's a pure sight. Rice was still alive but stimulating expectorant according even if planted where he is a communications
Meskimen. germination
Hope-
and price controls, if that is what it takesto white deer off thereamong the barely able to tell them what the experiment to presently trees are growing adequately operations superintendentwith
cattlethe first I've ever had happened. fully unit of the Pacific Air
There was an early tendency to hail put a cap on inflation. !" underway will give it an added Forces.Letters a ,
the election returns as a "mandate" to seen The Negroes had to leave commercial value. The wood How fast does the cajeput

the Democratic party but a closer It is a big orderbut someone must He told Hunter that Mr. the cattle, place Rice and his itself is said to be extremely grow? Near Williston where
if the nation is to "the millionaire who dead companion in the wagon durable in submerged or wet the U.S. Sugar Corporation
analysis failed to show evidence of whatit arise to the challenge Astor to Florida every and retrace their journey. On ground situations. The bark is planted the cajeput for a

was the voters had ordered the victorsto be saved from these major threats. The comes winter has a standing offer of again reaching the Newnans- almost cork-like, practically windbreak, it grew to a

do. Rather, it appeared that the first task must be to survey the tremen- $50 for the hide of a white ville-Middleburg road, they impervious to water when maximum height of 55 feet,

Democratic sweep resulted mainly from dous challenges of world economic deer. If 1 can kiD this one, his had the good fortune to meet dried. On the tree there are and 21 inches in diameter dur- Til.\ EXPRESSED
adverse voter reaction to all of the weakness and turmoil, of the nuclear agent will Day me the the owner of the cattle who numerous layers of bark ing the first 17 years of
in South
trees
growth Many
took of affairs. which the tree from
now charge protects
Editor
scandal of the Nixon administration the armaments race, of famine of vast money. But the young and impetuous destruction by fire. The bark Florida are very short and Dear :

collapsing economy and runaway infla- population pressures of dwindling Hunter begged him not to Rice, who laughed at itself can be charred badly branch It has been specu- We would like to express our
tion. resources, of integrity and credibility, try repeating the old superstition "old granny sayings," had while the inner bark layer will lated that the original seed appreciation of :Mr. Cassels.
not only in government, but in all in- that killing a white died while jolting over the not be damaged at all. Now source came from poorly Mr. Goodman, and each band
If Democratic candi-- stitutions.The deer was bad hick but the rough trail. let's see how this species of formed trees in Australia. member for their part in
Congressional
tree got its start in Florida With proper genetic studies making the Southside
dates around the nation had been ad- .............. ......................... ...." ....,.... ....... and what it is doing today. applied good form may Elementary School's halloween -
vocating some coherent economic opportunity for leadership has become available in the Parade a success. Not

program that the voters were endorsing never been greater. If Mr. Ford cannot ? I There are four early intro- cajeput tree. only did they add so much to

the Democratic victory could have supply it, then 'Congress must. LLtU1BRADFORD J I W13W0BRADFORD ductions of cajeput into South experiments All facts and have discussion been reprinted of- the parade with their great
Florida, all occurring duringthe music, but they also dressedin
early part of this century.The from the thesis of costumes which thrilled the
JUNIOR SENIOR earliest introduction according George F. Meskimen which kids and us "old folks" too.
GeneralsSenator Meskimen's litera- was presented to the Univer-
CHAPTER CHAPTERThe to
I High Flying Last Wednesday. Nov. 6, if Bradford Chapters are ture, was that of Dr. John C. sity of Florida Graduate These people work hard and

you happened to be looking on gathering canned goods for a Gifford then a professor of Council. long hours to give us fine
school Brad- Thanksgiving basket. They Tropical Forestry at the music and marching forma-
While speaking in generalities about a ford the High, you grounds would at see at are also taking donations to University of Miami. It is said ......,...... ..,............ tions all through the year, so
Proxmire said that at least 59 least 65 people with green buy a turkey if you can't that he had observed the our sincere thanks go to each
"balanced budget President Ford has Army personnel and an undetermined hands carrying croaker spare the canned goods. The planting of eucalyptus trees (!J(3'i(3m( ( JGJ0 member of the band and their

yet to spell out just where he would like number of Air Force personnel are sacks, wearing their clothes Bradford Chapters have chal- around the yellow fever hospital director.
to wield the the other high school in Havana Cuba in an at-
Congress axe. wrong side out wearing different lenged
assigned to Camp Seward in Alaska to shoes and socks, and clubs to see who will have the tempt to eliminate the breed- QQPpO Harold and Jean Epps

Although priding himself on his con- assist military guests by performing carrying boiled eggs around. largest basket. ing grounds of the disease-

servative record as a Congressman Mr. menial jobs as guides cooks cabin boys They were being initiated into The FFA is asking all people carrying mosquitoes by ...............,.... ......... Bob Blakewood !
and flunkies in general. The Air Force, the Future Farmers of America drying up the potholes. That
Ford was conspicuously liberal when it who go hunting this season to experiment is said to have
club famous for its initiations -
to Senator Proxmire has.at ,a \\illianiS.llaasVeterans
according be careful wear bright PresidentelectOf
came to appropriating funds for the biggest at Bradford High School. please been the nucleus which ; Service
spender of allThe Pentagon. least thirty-six military personnel at clothing and know what you brought the U.S. Departmentof

three camps in Alaska.At The brave people who went are shooting at. Thank you. Agriculture to attempt to Don't forget Officer to complete the Rotary Club

if he is the fiscal through with this initiationwere dry up the Everglades nearMl8m
Perhaps truly con- Bradford Senior FFA Income Questionnaire you are
Harold Waters Roy The in the same Noneof
servative he be the Presi- a "very conservative estimate, : way. in the mail. Be
purports to held a meeting to receiving sure
Hart Donald Hamilton. Jr., Chapter the several species of Robert E. (Bob) Blakewoodhas
dent should take another look at Senator Proxmire says that operation of Terry Hollifield,Kathy Baker. raise members up in the FFA. eucalyptus tried were able to to answer all the questions on been named president-

Defense Department spending and the camps costs American taxpayersmore The areas are: first year withstand both flooding and the card. elect of the Starke Rotary

might even join with Senator William than $500,000 a year. Tressie Baldree, Dorrie Hern- members. Green Hand; periodic wildfire that the area Many veterans are eligiblefor Club, with Elzie Sanders and
Proxmire in the latter's current investigation don, Connie Tanner Wayne second year, if earned or had. Dr. Gifford is said to special preference when Richard Odom to serve two-

of military in "Flying generals high-ranking civilians Reid Rhonda Lowe Everett invested $50 in a project or by have then written to Australiafor seeking employment with the year terms on the board of
a "boondoggle"
Hayes Roger Mitzel Sonya working. Chapter Farmer; advice on selecting a tree federal and state governmentand directors. The new officers
Alaska. and even retired officers into Steve Alvarez Otis third or fourth year if earnedor species that could withstand in some instances wives begin their terms next July.
said exclusive fishing camps from the U. S. is Staring, Vicki Bowman invested$500 in a project flood and fire. He received a widows and mothers of disabled Randall Davis director of
The Wisconsin Democrat a flagrant misuse of tax dollars and Tommy Williams, Eileen by working. State Farmer; packet of cajeput seeds from veterans also are entitled the Starke Recreation

recently that the Army and Air Forceare another example of just how soft the Sherwin, Joey Faulkner, then after high school Dr. Maiden of the Sidney to such preference.Civil program, spoke at the club

operating several luxurious "fly-in officer has become Senator American Farmer. Botanic Gardens in 1906. Thisis Wednesday, Nov. 6, pointingup
fishing camps" in Canada and Alaska for corps says Vincent Porchlazzo Randy the first known arrival of service preference for the need for more property
Proxmire.If Last Oct. 30, the following
cajeput seeds in the USA. federal I employment is
the pleasure of the military brass and Higgenbotham Robert Crawford second students earned dedicated for recreation
Ray Burns Carl Bed- year These seeds were planted generally granted to veteransof purposes due to the growth of
their high-ranking civilian guests. Mr. Ford has his waywhile the ford, Terry Saucer. Mark Chapter Farmer degrees Richard: along Biscayne Bay. Other all wars and certain peace- the community.

brass and their VIP friends Reddish Alien Norman, John Gary Bakken sources of seed were also time veterans. Veterans have
military are
Senator Proxmire has asked the Crawford Edmond- Brooker Robert Carter brought into South Florida five points added to the Davis said that most recreation -
General Accounting Office to determinehow fishing at taxpayer expense in Alaska Randy Randy Curtis Jimmy Dun- about this same time being passing scores and service- areas now are owned
middle-income Americans will be son. Harry Faulkner Kenny Robert Edmondson Ed by other interests. He said the
much the fly-in fish camps are fishingin Thompson Tom Tatum Ken- can,- planted along the Gulf Coast connected disabled veterans
costing American taxpayers (the ones their pockets for the extra dollars neth Denman Victor Frampton James Geiger near Ft. Myers.Let's have ten points added to their only owned by properties the actually
David Godsey department
Gibson are
who President Ford wants to an necessary to pay Mr. Ford's proposedfive demons Mike Bowen James Arnie ZedHamilton passing scores on examina- the old
,
pay Annette Grlffis now look at the tree tions. A veteran who has been armory on N. Temple
additional five per cent surcharge). per cent surcharge.miliii Livingston Roberts, Scott Bill Salazar Moody Tim Mark Harris Mark itself. In addition to being ableto awarded the Purple Heart for Avenue, and the Pratt Street

Joyner Andrew Knight Joe withstand fire because of its wounds received in action is Playground.and .

Bruce Lazenby, Keith MacDonald corky layered bark it can also considered to have a service-
Lawrence Manning. Patrick Archie Rosier Bucky Melton Derrial Moore withstand severe flooding. Asa connected disability and is whose disability would
\p Rio Floyd Norman Jack Parrish. matter of fact it seems to thereby entitled to the ten disqualify the veteran for civil
Gnann
Cot Steve Starling Billy Smith James Starling thrive periodic wet sites. service
Holmes LeeDavid Hogan on point addition.In appointment to Jobs
4p Craig Johnny onaldColeman Kim Tenly, and James Laboratory studies run by along the line of his or her
Manning, Totnlinson. There were 25 Meskimen indicated that trees state employment, merit usual occupation may apply
itfJ Phillip Denise Brown Jones members raised to the degreed standing in water to the root system preference is grantedby for veterans' preference
Jimmy Mike Blake Taylor>> Chapter Farmer., collar grew best closely followed adding five points to a whereby ten points are addedto
Gary Runnells in growth rate by trees veteran's passing score. Ten the spouses passing score

("'}, BOB d. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER David Carter Marty Taylor, -Char let Ferguson,Reporter submerged in water halfwayup points are added to the onfederal civil service exam
1 the tern to the treetop. passing score of a veteran inations.
Publishers
Robert Milner Benjle Trees on well drained plots did with the service-connected
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fto under Act Padgett, Brenda Batten thanks to Mrs. Reddish! If it not do as well. The worst disability of 10 per cent or The Bradford County

of Match 3, 1879. Steve Kersey John Lefevers, weren't for her some of us growth was found when the more. Veterans Service Office is in

Subecriptkmrste trade area: M per year: $3.60 six months.' Denise MacDonald, Nancy would not have. partlcipted. (tree ,was ,completely sub- the courthouse and is open aU
Outside trade area: |, per year: M.OO six month McNeal, Eddie Grlffis, Randy ..:.at 'least, I wouldn't 'merged in water. The shocking Under federal civil service and Wednesday

Phone 964- Sf..... Ra. Manning and Mrs. Shirley tave'-_ fact was that seedling regulations the spouse of a morning of each week. The
Reddish.We give very special Kuthy Baker,Reporter kept completely underwater veteran disabled in service phone number. is -9645634.PageS .



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Tigers Slide 16-0 By PKY


Page 10 TELEGRAPH November II. 1)71! *



Marking Eighth Straight Win



LAKE' BUTLER It may not have been one of Union close to the right goal post. goal was determined no good. The Tigers moved the ball
High's best efforts, but it was good enough to extend the The official under the goal The kick would have put PKY consistently but mistakes cost
undefeated Tigers' record to 8-0 and for a 16.0 shutout of a posts raised his hand high in ahead 3.0After ( them. Their first drive of the
the air, signaling the kick was that Lake Butler night saw them commit three
scrappy P. K. Yonge of Gainesville.Most good,then went to retreive the received control of the pigskinat infractions for 15 yard
k ar ti exciting in the low scoring game, compared to ball. Returning to the playing the 20, and proceeded to its penalties on each The second
UC's 70-0 stomping of Interlachen and 67-0 drubbing of field he was questioned by first touchdown via Sirmones' series ended two :yards short

Newberry the previous two weeks, was the way the Blue other officials, and the field 69-yard run. (See Page 11)

'vY1rF Wave of PKY carried the fight to the Tigers all night long.

Of course, there was also the dazzling running of Riger

tailback Curtis Sirmones who showed fans what he could

do anytime he got daylight.
.- .. ----.
r Sirmones scored all 16 of conds left on the clock. PKY's
B j .f, Lake Butler's points. He Ben Chafin intercepted the
v., s rushed for 229 yards in 21 pass near the goal. Officials
carries, just short of 11 yards ruled Chafin had caught the
per carry ball on fair ground and was
r 'I 1 don't take anything away pushed back into the endzone f i, le'r +
A from P.K, Yonge. They where he was tackled Chafinwas ,k
+. brought the fight to us all tackled by Whitehead immediately -
a night long" Tiger mentor as he caught the
Jack Jones said after the ball PKY contending the play
game. Coach Jones had littleto carried Chafin into the end-

say about the performanceof zone.
his Tigers except to indicatehe Of course, the officials prevailed ? -
could understand their and UC had two points
II being down after the one-sided and a 10-0 halftime advantage.
affairs of Newberry and Inter Closest PKY came to
Third down and seven yards to go Sophomore Quarterback Jimmy Prevail leaps through lachen. PKY came into the scoring was on a 49 yard drive
(In Krrnandma line for a first down last Friday night. game with a 2.4 record with early in the second period. QB
wins over Baldwin and Willis- Hellstrom completed three
passes, on a 38 yard play
ton.The unexpected toughnessof which receiver Garland Union speedster Curtis Sirmones is slowed then swarmed over by PKY defenders In a
BHS Takes PiratesIn the play of the Blue Wave Quaintance ran down the side- typical end run which shows the Blue Wave's end play and pursuit. Despite this. Sirmones
line and linebackers gave the line to the Tiger 22 yard line picked up 229! yards rushing in 21 carries: and scored both Union High louchdow.
Tigers problems all nightlong before LB linebackers Ronnie
Despite piling up 355 Jones and Freemon White
yards on the ground, the caught up with him. A two
BHS State
Tigers found it extremely yard run by Mark Bigelow anda Enroute To
34-13 Victory ditficult! to get the ball into the six yard pass to Bob I
endzone. Adamson,plus a five yard off
PKY quarterback Josh sides penalty against the Via OP Eastside And NMEnroute
Hellbtrom clearly the hero of Tigers placed the ball at the ,
his team judging from the Tiger nine yard line, the
On Way To StateThis comments on the Blue Wave closest PKY came all night. to the state Orange Park's main threatis good over-all size, excellent
sideline gave the Tigers Disaster struck, however, in playoffs, Bradford Foot speed and a speedster halfback team speed like to run the
...... problems with his passing. the form of a 15-yard holding ballers face quick Orange Calvin Sug s. He is option, use a wishbond offense
llcllslrom completed 12 of 32 penalty which pushed the Blue Park this Friday night in quick like a cat, Mr. Speed and a 6.1 defense.
was one of four steps Pirates got 55 yards a BUS touchdown and the Starke ,
passing at
8 for
up for 193 and would Wave back out to the 24. starting p m. has good moves and is the Linebackers for OP are Tim
yards
Irl tt t for the Tornadoes on the hitting five of 15 aerials, plus other for 21 yards to give BITS have passes done much better had his Adamson caught a 13 yard step two to the playoffs. man that can hurt you, ac- Williams, 190 and Bill Eich-
\.Jy' to the state playoffs, to three interceptions.Two good field position at the 38 Bradford has to all to the BHS
receivers been able to hang Hellstrom pass in the midst of win three cording scouting holz, 160(() pounds. Both are
begin after Thanksgiving. In interceptions were by yard line. Both passes were in remaining games to make it to report. quick and agressive.
order for BHS to go they have James Aldridge, David Me- the first quarter onto footballs thrown right three Tiger defenders to put the state playoffs and cannot have dangerous
"They a Guards are Mike Brounlee.
into their hands. the ball back down to the 11 of .
to win all three remaining Millian made the other. This have a let down. BHS started Calvin
Just six minutes remainedin the Tigers. Hellstrom missedon runner in Suggs, says 185 pounds and Ronnie
ames makes seven interceptions for BHS FB last week with a 34-13 lickingof BHS: Coach David Hurse "He Both
Gallup 185 pounds. are
;'.;t'xteek 6-1 Bradford will the BHS defense so far this 14 First Downs 12 the first half when Lake a third pass into the end- Fernandina
visiting Beach break the
host Park Friday at 8 212 Yards Rusning 162 Butler finally got on the score- zone intended for Adamson.On can game open any- Orange season. 49 Yards Passing 55 After The time during the ball game, is Tackles David Gernhard and
board via a b'J-yard dash by fourth down Hellstrom Orange Park
then the following week BHS didn't do much the
p in in 250 PA PC PI 5153
field The boot BHS will have real quick and is a good return Jim Jones are strong and
host Eastside of Gainesville. department this 0 Fumbles 1 Curtis Sirmones The speedy tried a goal. game to beat "'
BUS will travel to North'; week passing, totaling 49 1 Punts 1 tailback t zipped off right from the 25, was plenty long Eastside at home, then North man. aggressive and like to hit.
passing 53 Penalties 5 tackle t but appeared to veer right Marion near Ocala. The Raiders will go into the Ends are Ken Alabiso 170
,
Marion for the final game of yards with Prevail hitting two T .r-------- ;--. got by scrimmage ... t1 with record with
game a 33-1 pounds and Mike Orender
hit three at
was by players
the season of five with end
passes tight Score by quarters: willS over Cocoa Rockledge, 150: pounds,
midfield and to
Senior runnmgbdck Tommy Donnie Sewell at the other end BHS 13 7 1 7 34 brought a
Fernandma and Live Oak.
Flowers also at the
FB 0 0 1 6 13 standstill, but out of the plays
Reddish scored J4 of the Tor- of both completions. The first spun Bradford
is boasting a 7-1 cornerback spot He has good
tangle to outrun PKY defenders -
nado four touch-
points on pass was for 28 yards setting
record, the loss to Buchholz, and the
PI.lj-BA-PI.iV to the goal line speed comes up on run
downs. Two TD's were 15 yard
BUS drew blood after first Sirmones sent the middlefor the second game of the good. At the other corner is
runs and the other two were up
three yard runs. possession of the ball. The a two point'conversion and season. Since then BUS has Suggs, who is aggressive and
Volleyball Tornadoes started out with a won five straight games.OP's the and well.
Matt (Hull scored the other the Tigers led 80 with 6:02: left plays pass runs
I MIS: touchdown on an 85 yard consistent running drive that in the second quarter The quarterback is Ronnie Safety Randy Compton 143
Leagues ended Reddish for Flowers, 154 pounds. He is a has and
kuk off return. Jimmy in a leap touchdown had come with a pounds, good speed
the fine QB, runs and throws well the and
I I'li-vatt kicked four good score. suddeness typical of Sirmones' can play pass run
BIIS received the kickoff at and reads the defense well well.
Organized
quick sprints.
\Ira points to score the re-
i Mining four points. the33 yard line after a 10 yard Sirmones scored the second according to the scout report. "Our ends will be tested
Reddish was the game's The Recreation Departmentwould return by Hull Hull ran the Tiger TD on the fifth play of a Halfbacks are Suggs and again and they must continue
i ading" rusher with 100 yards like to organize both ball on first down up the 60()yard drive in the latter partof ? Howard Cummins 157 to do great work to contain the
in 18 carries Sophomore men and women's volleyball middle for a quick five yards, the third quarter sprinting pounds.. Cummins is a good option quarterback," says
quarterback Jimmy Prevatt leagues this winter. followed by another five yards 19 yards for score up the middle blocker and has good speed Coach Hurse "There will be a
n.I" second in line with 57 Anyone interested in help over left tackle. His run of another two and can run the ball well lot of pressure on the defense
lards in six carries. Beaver ing organize either of these It was just short of a first point conversion was stopped, according to the BBS scouts and our secondary will be
iHSue I rushed l nine times for leagues please contact the Re- down and Prevail kepi the and that ended the scoreing at Fullback Fletcher !McKinney, called! on to do a good job."
t a.; yards while Hull went 36 creation Department as soonas ball on a sneak for the first at 160. 155 pounds, has good speed, is
N.Iuls: in six carries. possible. the 46 yard line of BIIS. The Tigers got two points on a good blocker and can also
Interest has been shown by Beaver DeSue got a five yardrun a safety as the first half ended run well. Tennis
Thl'1 Tornado defense: did a Lake Butler as to the Women's next then Reddish went
a call protested hotly by Split end !Mike Murphy, 165
a1-Istent: job of holding the Volleyball. They would like to five more yards on a run up PKY lake Butler, trying to pounds has good hands and
.1 '.i rites on' the ground and in play some games on a home the middle for another first get points on the board with E good speed with some good ClassesTo
ex-d and home basis and also down at the FB 44 yard line. single TD advantage tried t moves. Tight end Jeff Papp is
possibly selling up a tournament A five yard illegal proce- Joe !Maxwell to Tim Whitehead Defensive end Sheldon Ilodg I ill .I i goud quarterback The .
(See Page III halfback pass with 20 se Godwin pass against KB last F'riday' night. hands.

--.. -.. - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - .. The offensive line of OP Recreation Deart-
- - - - - - -
- - -
- - -
averages 176 pounds per ment's Women's Tennis
CC Runners player At center is Mike Program will end classes: ,
DOES EVERYTHING Orender 150 pounds who Tuesday November 19.
comes off the ball well and Girls have shown a lot of
Place 3rd likes to fire out. enthusiasm during the last 10
Guards Jeff Greene 180 weeks and those that were
In Conf. pounds, and John Tebault, 200 stedfast in their attendance
pounds are both big and showed a ,great t deal of improvement -
strong come off the ball well in their game.
GAINESVILLE Bradford and like to hit. At tackles are Twenty-four ladies attendedthe
High Cross! Country Runners David Croxdale 170 pounds sessions which included
placed third in the Big Sun who comes off the ball well day sessions as well as nightsessions
: Conference meet at the Santa and Bill Eichholz 160 pounds .
Fe Community College course who is strong and aggressiveand The Recreation Departmentwould
: last Saturday. is a good blocker, accord- like to express its ap-
This Saturday the runners ing to the scouting report preciation to Mr. Jerry

i will Cross compete Country meet in the to District be heldat Orange Team comments Park from about the also McGriff for for his his interest expertise he and has


(] ((3lum /J l(3WUUIIB01Y1BU( : will Buchholz Kirk the start same Hunsmger as at course.host.10 was a.m.The the meet with only .scouting report are-they have shown in the program.



runner from BIIS to place in
WHY
the top five of the meet. Each TOUR MONEY 1 401
( J top five finishers got trophiesbut WILL EARN SETTLE'
eliminations to state don't FORLISS?
start until the District meet.
Hunsmger placed fourth in a
:
time of 13:50: minutes. Larry FIRST TWO

Enjoy the comforts of Carrier Central Heating. Paterson 14:19 while placed Ricky Solze eighth placed in MORTGAGESPROVIDE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE

21st in 15:32: and Mike Sanders

24th in 15:38: minutes. Mike 1. 14'/, ArmMl"(Mum I. iNiiiisiONirit'

Economical, Even Heat all Over your Home Installed $ mM K5 0 0 Sherman BHS with was a the time last of placerfor 15:45: 2.J. 'MoMMy h,rt T im,.,Inmlmtnt_.., :.:';::7o...:,,vi4; :,VM,.41,.
minutes. SSI 11-'INVIItMINTITuiNio
4. Pint. Mrtf*|.t--itft ..,.
WITH l I.ll
Quickly & Efficiently by our Trained Mechanics m 51 mM Jerry Sullivan and Robert '......Htal butt Mix.
Best ran for BHS in the meet 5. t.r..f.t. ...m'...*. 2S/llaM0ltIZINO-$1000
but did not place in the meet. *.!0',mm PutlKlf HH4. ............,......,.y 17
"Time wise we improvedand C_ monthly I plm.lIe.i. t
all runners ran 30( secondsto SI0101MOSAlCHAGI
FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL 964-7701 a minute better than they
did the last time we ran at that HOKIOARISIOfNtSOMlVCAH.
course" says Cross Countryand wiirioRCOMi INK>* 'UUOITAIISMAIL
Track Coach Grover
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Sawyer Slade Heating=, Out qualify Howard."We of are for the looking state eight as teams to a try team.'and expected i I JACdOMVMU FINANCIAL t !JLO-O"'ONttO'.JU.JU4*THIS RESOURCES." *COUPON, CORP.-------I. 1 I Ii

to show five teams I
are
dominate "NAME' .... 1 1I
expected it, says
Hirconditioning: & Gas Howard. Palatka South, I AOOttSSC'l .,.......... 1

Buchholz, North Marlon, .'.. ..... ..."........... .1
Orange Park and BHS are STATE ..... .. .. ...... ...1 I IPIONENUMBER
33ZW.Madi Sfcarkv supposed to be the top cross ... .. .....I
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November.... 1974 TELEGRAPH Page 11


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I BHS Gri"The :...:....
idders'.ExecutionBeats.FBPirates 3413week .,., Tigers Hit

most
thing about the outstanding before the"FB game yard kick off return for ateuchdown. perform up to par and 1 am Bill Hughes.Alan .
Fernandinagame
is the fact that taking a break after beating looking for improved defen- Norton and David Road
well offensively we and executed defensive Macclenny in a 15.14 Prevatt is leading the Big sive play this Friday night. Harper at guards, Tommy ToWilliston
] /' says Head Brad- squeaker. Sun Conference in passing "We got a real good game Edwards and Chuck Cox at
ford Grid Coach David nurse percentage, hitting 31 of 66 out of Scott Pooser at nose- tackles, Marlon Thornton at
of the 34-13 whipping of visit- Bradford also had good per- passes for a little under 50 man and Clark performedwell center, and Donnie Sewell at
ing Fernandina Beach last formances from the running percent. "Prevatt had another at the tackle position and tight end all did a great job '/"
Friday night."I backs with senior Tommy good night although he only also played linebacker some" blocking, according to Williston hasn't' done too
thought the offensive line Reddish leading in that cate- completed two passes, but we commented Coach Sexton. Hughes. well this season but the Red
played its best game of the gory with a total of 100 yards did not throw much," says Pooser made 10 individual "If you win on the line of Devils have a reputation for
year. Not a single lineman hada in 18 carries. "Reddish had his Hurse. tackles for the night secondon scrimmage you usually win ruining Union's hopes before
sub par night" best game ever and was very "Hull had a fine offensive the team in that category. the game and that Is what we they have another chance
Hurse. commented aggressive and Beaver DeSue game and is doing a fine job Johnny Nichols led the teamin did last Friday night against when the 7-0 Tigers visit
Tackle Tommy Edwardsand did a good job of running when snapping for punts and extra tackles with 11 while Clark Fernandina" says Hughes. Williston next Friday night,
tight end Donnie Sewell he was in there" says Coach points. He also did a beautifuljob and Dwight Barber each got Bradford ran a lot of trap game time 8 p.m. .
played their best games of the Hurse. on a kick off return." seven tackles. blocking against FB. Alan Williston has knocked Union
year. Center Marlon Thornton Jimmy Clark played both "James Aldridge got two interceptions Norton and David Harper did down out of district playoff
did a fine job of ways Friday night playing during the FB good jobs as pulling guards I, before more than any team
during the blocking DeSue ran for 44 yards in halfback on offense and tackleon game and has six for the year according to Hughes. Union plays. :
game according to eight carries for the night. defense. He is the and is doing this
Hurse. only very good Reddish is also a leader in This week the Tigers moved

The Tornadoes are now at Jimmy Sophomore Prevatt quarterback player going both ways. season" says Defensive the Big Sun Conference in .,... """" .,,, ..... __......,._ .__"... .."II from being ranked third Class
was second in "That week off we had hurtus Secondary Coach Denny So far
the 7-1 mark far punting. this season he AA team in the state to secondin
season. Tomorrow so this rushing, getting 59 yards in on defense," says Defen- Hansen. has averaged 38.9 yards per Fernandina quarterback Roger Godwin I gets a quick pass the state. Union pushedover
Friday Nov. night seven carries, an average of sive Line Coach Mike Sexton. "Everybody did a good Job punt. off while BUS defensive end Dale Haas pursues. Mt. Dora and are following
( 15) they host 8.42 yards a carry. Matt Hull "They did a fine job in the first in the secondary against a number one Inverness of
Orange Park starting at 8 rushed for 25 yards in four half but early in the second passing team and we held Citra.
p.m. BHS had an open date the carries. He also ran for an 85 half the defense let up." them in that respect," com- BHS Takes Pirates . (From Page 10) Last week the Tigers shut

Fernandina controlled the mented 'The defen- out P.K. Yonge 16-0 but it
fib1L ball for eight minutes after the sive line helped with the dure penalty offset a Reddishrun offsides call and the ball was
us ter.The wasn't like the three
and BHS had the ball Bradford games
at defense wentto moved back to the 40 yard
second half kickoff while passing game with a hard
the 45 yard line with a second work quick in the second before when the Tigers
driving against BUS for atouchown. rush on the passer. line.DeSue marked from 60 to 70
down. Hull then ran five yards when James up points
quarter Aldridge got small
on
"Anytime leta "Without a doubt, it was the revenge
you
I team control the ball that offensive line's best game of over left guard then Prevatthit intercepted a Go-win pass to the next play with an 11 yard per game.
long you are not doing the the year and everybody on the Sewell for a 28 yard pass to give BHS the ball at the FB 35 run over the same hole at left Sirmones was the games
give BUS a first down at the line. leading rusher with
job," Sexton. "The line did a super job," com yard guard, still short of a first a total of
says Fernandina 12 yard line. A short drive boosted 263 yards in
players feel did not mented Offensive Line Coach by a down at the 29 yard line. Then 20 carries. t'He
they
Reddish made two quick seven yard run by Hull and a Reddish went six yards over got a lot of those yards on his
runs of three and four yards to 13 yarder by Prevatt gave left guard followed by anotherrun own running," commented
Rival Buchli lolz put the ball at the five BHS the ball at the three of five yards and a 15 yard Coach Jones.
Destroys line before DeSue went tree yard line. Reddish ended the touchdown run up the middleto Jones got good performances
yards over right guard for a drive with a three yard TD to end the BHS scoring at a 33- from tackle Craig
BHSJV'sPeBradford rfect RecordBHS fourth down at the two yard put BHS in front 20-0 after an 7 advantage. The extra point Shad and guards Andy Rau-
line. Then Reddish made a extra point kick by Prevatt. kick by Prevatt was good and lerson and Jerry Dukes.

High junior jumped to a 6-0 lead in two yard TD run. Both teams changed possesionof BHS was in front 347.
gridders almost madeit the first quarter on a 66 yard This put BHS in front 6-0 the ball twice before the Both teams took turns
varsity
with 7:05: left in the first first half ended with BHS in HO4KAMOTORCYCLES
undefeated, but old time run by Kenny Aycox. The changing possesion of the ball
rival Buchholz stopped those score stayed the same for the period. The extra point kick front 200. before FB started a small
hopes when the Bobcats edged remainder of the half. On the by Prevatt was no good. FB got the kick off after scoring drive.
Fernandina got the ball at halftime and put together its FB moved the ball into BHS
Tommy Reddish busts through the middle for 14-12 by BHS last Thursday second half kick off Buchholzran
against FB last Friday night good yard- night in Starke. the return back for a quick its own 27 yard line after only good drive of the night to territory via two passes by
age touchdown to tie the game. Johnny Nichols downed the lead to a Pirate score. Godwin of 15 and 14 yards and .PARTS
,Both teams conversion points ball. On first down quarter- Fernandina was touted as a a 12 yard run by Bill Paul ACCESSORIES
were no good. back Chuck Lynch took the passing threat but this scoring After three short runs
BHS then drove down to the ball up the middle but was drive was completely made up Godwin kept the ball on the ..SERVICEJAWACI
Buchholz 10 but were held to held to two yards by noseman of runs. sneak and made the FB touch-
four downs and Buchholz took Scott Pooser. Second down FB got the ball at its 30 yard down with 15 seconds left in
The Best In over to drive and score. They Lynch tried again up the mid- line and after a no gainer on the game.The extra point kick
Bar-B-Que made the conversion points dle, this time getting five first down Roger Godwin went by Bean was no good and BHS FROM A 3-HP
and took a 14-6 lead. yards before being down by five yards over right tackle won the game 3413. MINI TO A 42-HP
Then with four minutes left lineback Early Chandler.FB then on third down halfback MONSTER
The South Now In StarkeJr's in the game BHS drove from got a first down on the Eric Higdown went seven
its own 20 yard line to the next play then Roger Godwin yards over left end for a first "WE'VE GOT'EM"
Buchholz goal line for a touch- played quarterback and threw down at the 42 yard line.
down. The pass attempt by three incomplete passes to Then Lynch took the ball 12
Prevatt was no good and face a fourth down situation at yards around right end for an-
Buchholz stayed in front. the 39 yard line. BHS downedthe other FB first down at the SPECIAL *
Old SouthBarBQue "I am proud of our team punt at the 25 yard line. Bradford yard line.FB hit a
effort and it was the mistakes; BHS started running the slow spot for about three plays THIS WEEK
we made that caught up withus ball,riding on a 15 yard run by then Robert Mack went 11 1972HONDASL350
," says Head JV Coach Prevatt followed by a 21 yard yards up the middle for a first
Harry Hatcher."I pass to Sewell and had a first down at the 24 yard line, $495
thought we were going to down at the FB 38 yard line. threatening.A Ask
win even down to the last of Three runs totaling 16 yards three yard run by Lunch 1973 KAWASAKI
the game," says Defense by Reddish put the ball at the followed by a six yard run by Charley
Coach Roger Chilson. "It wasa 22 yard line with a first down. Higdon and a seven yard run I.? ENDURO 495
In Starke Fla. Inc. tough one to lose, our Then DeSue went seven yardsup by Godwin put the ball at the 250
defense never gave up and the middle to put the ball at four yard line. Then Godwinhit E.
U. S. 301 SouthOpen they played the outstandinggame the 15 yard line. tight end Stan Riner for the I
they have played au Then Reddish broke loose first Fernandina Beach touchdown Johns
season." up the middle and made a with 4:26: left in the third .. .
'All the offensive line did a stride to the goal line for a quarter. BHS was still ahead "New GO :-
good and they never let BHS score. The point after 20-7 after the extra point kick paekage"cies are
job
ND\V down, said Offensive Line kick by Prevatt was good and by Gary Bean. appearing for offices, CARTS
Coach Reddy Cox. BHS went in front 13-0 with 29 One wouldn't think this retailers and .
seconds left in the first quar- could turn into good for BHS wholesalers. $229" .
but on the kick return Matt They :
Hull ran up the middle of Tornado combine theft, public LAY-A-WAY : .
I Tigers Slide 16-0. blockers mowed down liability, and a great FOR \::I
11 A.M.-12 P.M. Lunch 11-12 Pirates for an 85 yard touchdown number of CHRISTMAS
(From Page 10) run to put BHS further optional POULAN

of a first down in three plays, ball was downed. ahead, 267. The extra point coverages with broad
Serving. B. B. Chicken Pork, Beef the third was stopped when a From there Luke Smith kick by Prevatt was good and fire coverage-at a 10 CHAIN SAWSMOTORCYCLES
BHS was in front 27-7 with 4:15
of the left side
pitchout junior speedster scampered over per cent to 20 per cent
Luke Smith was astray and for 14 yards to the Blue Wave left in the third quarter.
Catfish Hush Puppies Shrimp PKY's David Barnard recovered 46.Lorenzo:: Griffin got a scant Once again after FB got the premium saving. Does
the loose ball. The one yard, then Sirmones ball the BHS defense came the Charley E. Johns
first TD came on the fourth squired through the right side. through to set up another Agency invite business
score. After FB had moved to
series. Knocked off balance by PKY
The the tacklers he still to the BHS 49 yard line, defen- firms to consult about
safety only managed
was
Take Out Orders other points the"Tigers could stay on his feet for a 26 yard sive end Dale Haas recovereda these new package "*i FINANCING AVAILABLE JL.
the board in before PKY linebacker fumble and BHS took over at "
put on the first gain policies?
Wilson could haul him the line of scrimmage.On .
Er half.The second touchdowncame down Greg at the Wave 21. first down Reddish broke Charley E.JOHNSAGENCY. STARKE{ CYCLE
loose for nine yards, then went
on the first Tiger pos- Wilson stopped Griffin for
session of the second half. Sir two yards on first down, then five yards on the next play to CENTER
took Hellstrom Sirmones carried 19 for give BHS a first down at the
mones a puntat yards
Service 304 E. CALL ST.
Fast
his 40 where he knee the second TD,* going over FB 35 yard line. On the next 131 so. WALNUT ST.
touched the ground and then right tackle and running up play a Glen DeSue touchdownwas PHONE 9B4-5O7O! 964-6020
called back because of
the middle between an
PKY de- I
.
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::.,:,:,: .:., :- : ;::; ::-.' ;:..; ;: ..,;:,: ..": : ..: .".' ;:;::._ .;:_ t :;: __: $:._;: :';:: : : : : ",:'.: :'._;:,.:: .' left fenders.in the UC fourth led 16-0 period.with 4:17:

Early in the fourth quarter
Lorenzo:: Griffin broke loose Be one of the
for 35 yard scamper to the
PKY 11 yard line. Sirmones
carried into theendzone:: on the
t ell1v'-Y second play, but a 15-yard New Minutemen.
c npervatbn holding penalty nullified the
tOtnOn :ens score. The Tigers ended up
needs eo youti tCperty back out at the 35 from where

Wee eped Inca teritY \s 8bi a::-et\n to ,out ::spate Y Billy Cain punted to the Wave

1n\at ton t)1e at C, a .\t 1 tyau&t.e 14.On the strength of Hell-
-
ity. \11 3n QUb a nap )bc.on et'Ve e11av yoU build.Conse strom's passing PKY drove 52 -
anon Y II1e yards to the Tiger 34, completing
... yo"bile.ho ar\ie1' -.10" e passes of 24 yards to ( ,
p.-
neYi t)1an conset'V-
asiIDia Yxcur, 4'D ton Scott and to
iotaiB 20-yards
\ _- to _....nn sense \ Ve t.J Stephens?
lees the co- vth and Mike Butch for most of the
and COD"d. coslS \
.
teatues aY' 1 a oeVi tnObile bo'rollio.g.It> ;::;eu tooaer9County Kemp yardage., a defensive Union's halfback Glenn, u r,

101'.r?p purchasing 0 heels p dress 10he1'e to serve 1101l1es.1650 ended that threat with an interception :
Yi Qur peal' e.Mfg )to of a Hellstrom at
a'k.e81' 10 r' at \ tdu t.ang the Tiger 18.TheBlueWave. ,
need. cnore lobs ) e,,1108'e to paY Os'YQ INSo1t( stayed tough .4. : ,
'makes tn ) up !the long,
Naogte" areas playllfrom
'lO
und.\PI&\ got good linebackers
t)1e sur tMelt' Garland Quaintanceand
and Greg Wilson and had > s"Today's
North'tell1pe good pursuit on the wide stuff.
Sirmones seldom could turn
the corner wide on PKY,since
first one Wave tackler would
slow him, then several more
would come swarming in. Sir-
mones' good yardage came

Consider A Double Wide Mobile Home past with when quick the he was PKY dives able linebackers off to tackle squirt, v


who never were consistently

blocked by the Tigers.La Army National trade,earn extra pay help the ____ _s-
Guardsmen are like America's country and community.A I&I
8 Models to choose from ray
10 Pint Down I first Minutemen. Civilians. great opportunity for veterans

:.tit* Y.ratftutnmgI Yard P.Ming 11 Men and women ready to too. It may be the most NATIONAL

5-i-0 PA..PC PI I 32.2.2a protect the good things about important part-time job in
fans-LO.1 0 America.And you can be one America. GUARD
I3S Yard PwMiind *>
Mustang Mobile Homes' I 15-34 Punt IV of them.You can learn a

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La 0 10 0- 1* SSG Wayne Hersey
PKT. 0 0 0 0TMKMnmi 0
165O N. T.mpl_ Rvi. National Quard Armory' .

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LEGALSNOTICE 1i..1 t earU.aCe..fl: Ministerial Alliance Community News St.CplSCOfXlL Mark's


Slate ChurchThe
Elects NAAtPNOTICE .
u
OF INTENTIONTO -- ny Elizabeth GIVens walker
Bradford NAACP
Church and E-t Jackson Street
REGISTER Members of the Alliance
The Ministerial Alliance of
Chapter will meet Monday ,
THE M. FLYNN
FICTITIOUS NAME Sunday Sunday School Bradford County elected the gave the Rev. George Harpera Nov. 18, at 8 p.m. All inter- Moriah In the quarterly meet. vited. REVJOHN RECTOR

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat following officers Tuesday: standing vote of thanks fort ested citizens and members ing at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Official Board meeting
Pursuant to Section 86609 11 o'clock; Church Train- the Rev. Ben Bryant president s outstanding devotion and urged to attend.A Mt. Pisgah AME Church.: was held last Monday night at Thurs., Nov. 14 = Junior
Florida Statutes, notice Is ; the Rev. Jasper efforts to the aims and purposes banquet will be sponsoredby Rev. B.J. Franklin pastor. the church with important
ing, 6.15; ; Evening Worship at Choir Practice 3:30: p.m.
the Alliance.
of
hereby given that the un- Williams vice-president; and Services begin with Church business transacted.
the NAACP at 8 Holy
7:30 p.m.Monday p.m. Sun., Nov. 17 -
dersigned EDWARD F. RIP- the Rev. John Flynn secre- The Alliance is composed of Friday Nov. 22, in Greater School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Church
8:30 a.m.
Eucharist :
PLINGER, JR., doing business pastors of Churches in Brad- Afternoon service
tary-treasurer. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist at 11. 4 Greater Bethlehem Free Eucharist
Girl's Ensemble School 9:45 Holy
: ;
and all
under the firm name of ford County pastorsnot Visitors alway welcome.
HOLIDAY INN GULF, 1011 N. 6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7 o'clock. now active in the Allianceare Church. All members are p.m. will Itaptist Church Rev. 11.
New Bethel Church.
:
Tuesday Junior Choir asked to please cooperate with Baptist Jasper Williams pastor. The Mon., Nov. 18 Brownie
Starke, urged to contact the presi--
Temple Avenue Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. A
this activity.: Senior Choir
sponsored a
Florida : dent secretary for information. Troop 604 4:30: p.m.
Bradford County, OBITUARIES or two-week revival started
3:20.Wednesday
Talent Girl Scout
Night on Monday.
Family Night Tues., Nov. 19 -
32091, intends to register ad .vlotiday night, conducted by
DELL CIIAPTERDES Senior Choir
the Supper 6:15: ; G.A. and 15-17 Tuesday night Troop 614, 3:30: pm
fictitious name under Ku\ C.H. Royal of Phila-
The regular meeting of Dell rehearsal. Wednesday Brownie
6 30 Sunday night Wed. Nov. 20 -
aforesaid yr. Acteens : ; PINE GROVE CUUtlCH ,
provisions of the Chapter 168 will be held at B uUphia Pa The public is in- Rev. G.G. McArthur deliveredted
School Workers Mtg., R.A.,12- PLANS GOSPEL SING Troop 3:30: p.m.'COMMUNITY.
Statute. \ attend.
to
14 Acteens, World Friends James Barron p.m. tonight (Thursday) in the a scriptural message taken
Mission Friends 6:45: ; "Hourof Pine Grove Congregational Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. Greater Allen Chapel AME from Romans, Chapter 15. Tonight .. ". ...
Dated this 28th day of October Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie i
All members are asked to( (Thursday) the Ladies NEWS
Power" 7:30 Church Choir 64 of Raiford
StarKe, : ; James M. Barren, Jr., Methodist Church at
1974
A.D. et ,-istor. Weekly services begin
please attend this important Circle will meet at the home of
Practice 8:15.: died Thursday Nov. 7, Gospel Sing to be
Starke announces a
Bradford County, Florida. vith Class Meeting and The YWCC of the Church of
Mrs. Allen. Hour at the
meeting. Story
ThursdayInspiration and extended illness. held Saturday, Nov. 23. Free
after an
11/7/ 4t 1128IN PrayerMeetingeachTuesday God in Christ Starke, Florida
Eastern Star will be ob- church. the
Visitation 9-30: ; Music Maker Born on March 20, 1910 in refreshments will be served Day Friday night the honor of
at 8 services request
Choir 3:20: ; Visitation, 7pm. EUeyton, S. C., he was a and! everyone is welcome.Mrs. served Sunday Nov. 25, at 3 begin pm.with Church Sunday School, 10 Junior Choir will sponsor a presence to their second your
at Greater Bethlehem with the
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL reared dental technician, a .Joyce L. Griffis p m. program, publica.m.
., and Morning Worship at anniversary Friday night
Freewill Church. All invited.
Baptist
CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Ben P. Bryant PastorIN member of the Methodist members are asked to please 11. The Choir Union will be Nov. 22, 1974 at B p.m. We are

IN AND FOR BRADFORD church and a veteran of World FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD cooperate with this activity.Rev. held at 3 pm. Evening Ser planning for your en-
COUNTY, FLORIDAIn War II.Surviving. vice, 5:30.: Sunday is Pastoral Day. tertainment.The .
R.G. Heastie will deliverthe
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF are his wife, Alice First of God, Church School Morning is "A
Assembly! Stewardess Board No. 1 will at 9:30. ) subject Glimpseat
re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Barron of Starke; one Corner of Brownlee and Weldon message. hold their anniversary at 8 Worship at 11. Dinner will Today's Fashions.

JARVIS Petitioner, end MARIE IN AND FOR ALACHUA daughter Miss Penney Charles Whatley. Pastor. CHURCH NEWS p.m. Friday Nov. 22, at the be served at 1230.; EveningchurchwitnMrsB.J.Lennon Mrs Teresa Holiday, Pres.

JARVIS, Respondent. COUNTY, FLORIDA.74-1516 Lacayo, Tallahassee; one Assembly of God Gospel Hour Mt: Mortah and Pleasant Service, 6 p.m Visitors Sister Ruby Thomas, Sec.

CASE NO. CA step-daughter, Mrs. Janet WPXE 8:35 a.m.; Sunday Grove:; United Methodist, as speaker-The public is inalways welcome. Elder D.R. Williams Pastor
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo DIVISION"E" Turner Starke one son
,
; School 9:45
: a.m.; Morning 'hurch parish Rev. Willie .... I
James Barron !III,
Worship, 11:00: a.m. Youth
: Marie Jarvis IN RE: The Marriage of Tallahassee; one stepson, Service, 6:00 ; Evan- Stitt pastor. Services will U.S. 301 N STARKE, FLA.INDEPENDENT .
p.m.;
2037 E. Baltimore St. LOUELLA MAXINE SMITH Lyle Anderson, San Diego, galistic Service, 7:00: p.m., begin at Mt. Moriah' with S & W MUFFLER SHOPS
Baltimore, Maryland SEEVEARS, Petitioner, and TED Calif.; 11 grandchildren and Wed. night Prayer and Bible Church School at 10 a.m.
(Last Known Residence) SEEVEARS, Respondent. two greatgrandchildren.Funeral Study 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship, l 11 a.m. At 3. DEALER
p.m. The District Superintendent -
services were heldat Nov. 17th First Assembly of
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a NOTICE OF SUITIN 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, in God will celebrate Pastor's Rev. Durward Mc- O I
Petition for Dissolution of Jones Memorial Chapel with Donell, will conduct the dis- 1 lII
Anniversary day. Sunday
THE NAME OF THE STATEOF trict meeting. The public is invited
Marriage has been filed againstyou Rev. George Harper conduct. School will start at 945.:
in the above-named Court FLORIDA: ing.. Interment was in Crosby There will be a Gospel Sing at to attend. L
Pleasant Grove United
and you are required to serve a Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. 10:30: a.m. with The Frampton
copy of your answer or pleadingto To the Respondent: Jones Funeral Home in Family and Singing Kinsmen. Methodist will hold weekly MUFFLERSSTARTERS W BRAKES
services follows Wednes-
the Petition on the Petidonor's TED SEEVEARS charge. as :
After services
morning we SHOCK'S
day night Prayer Meeting.
Office, 301 Motel
CAROL WILD
attorney, will have a dinner at the
Starke, Florida Thursday night, Bible Class. GENERATORS PH. 9645677 ELECTRICAl
SCOTT, 11 West University church. Everyone invited to
Florida Irma ElvinsMrs. Morning Worship, llam. The ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS
Avenue. Gainesville. come and worship with us.
church will with Mt.
: join
32601, and file the original Pursuant to Chapter 49,

answer or pleading in the office Florida Statutes notice is Irma Johns Elvins, 66,
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court hereby given to TED SEEVEARSthat of Jacksonville, died Friday

in and for Bradford County, LOUELLA MAXINE SMITH Nov. 8. The daughter of the
Florida, on or before Friday, SEEVEARS has filed a Petitionfor late Bolen and Ada Reddish
Dissolution of Marriage in the she born in
December 13, 1974. Johns was
issue Circuit Court of the Bghth Jan. 16, 1908 and
Real Property at is as Hampton on EveryDayLowPrice] EveryDayLowPricel
follows: Judicial Circuit. had lived in Jacksonville for

PARCEL ONE.Commencing. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED the past 20 years. She was a
at the NW that you are required to serve a member of the Christian BEEF I
corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW copy of your Answer to the Church. an ry REGULAR GRIND

1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 Petition on Petitioner's attorney Surviving one sister, Mrs. FA! R
OR ELECTRIC
PERK
South, Range 22 East and run ZELDA J. HAWK, of the Law Lettie Parker of Jacksonville. SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride

Easterly 40 ft.. Southerly 339.5ft. Offices of SCHWARTZ- Funeral services were heldat

to point of beginning, DEARING, 901 NW. Eighth 10 am. Monday at the SUPERMARKETSSTARKE
continue Southerly 129.5 ft., Avenue, Suite D-2. Post Office graveside in Santa Fe Ceme- COFFEEEveryDayLowPrke

Easterly 200 ft., Northerly 129.5 Box 1292, Gainesville, Florida, tery with Rev. James Shaw
ft., Westerly 200 ft, to point of 32602, and file the original in the officiating. DeWitt C. Jones 320 SOUTH
beginning and close. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Funeral Home was in chargeof WALNUT ST.SYINYeNYLONONNSIGOOD .
Court of the Eighth Judicial arrangements. --

I PARCEL TWO Circuit in Gainesville, Alachua .. MVINDftVt
: )*Wild lOHUB BUYB 0000THMU
County Florida, no later than $158 NOV 2O 174 QUANTITY LB 89 C
Commencing at the NW HIOHTS fllStNVKD
corner of the NE 1/4 of the SW the 9th day of December, 1974; Margaret LeeMrs. GIlD
we in pluint u tectft
1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 otherwise the allegations of the. U.S.OJLFOOOSTlMrCOUPONS BAG
South Range 22 East and run Petition will be taken as confessed Margaret M. Lee. 81, Ft
Easterly 209.9 ft. to point of and a Default may be of St.Petersburg, former resi-
beginning Southerly 110 ft.. taken against you. dent of Starke and the Florida ,.
Easterly 165 ft., Northerly 110 DATED: this 8th day of State Farm died October 31,

ft., Westerly 166 ft. to point of November, 1974. in Palms of Pasadena Hospital EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke Ii
beginning and close. after a lengthy illness.
A. CURTIS POWERS She was a member of the PURE ASSORTEB D.S.NO. tPorkJLoiii
PARCEL THREE: Clerk of Circuit Court Methodist Church and the wife CHUCK
A of land 10 ft. wide By: Blanche M. Guynn GROUNDBEEF
piece of the late Frank W Lee, for WHITE
East end West by 229.9 ft. long Deputy Clerk mer State Prison employee.

North and South, running from 11/144t 125IN Surviving are one daughter STEAKS CHOPS ; ;
the Northwest corner of Parcel Mrs. Elizabeth Hall St.- BEEF BLADE a CLftwlE

One to the Southerly line of Petersburg; three sons, Eu-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Parcel Two. gene P. Lee Starke; William
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
E. Lee, Jacksonville; and 79<
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
If you fail to do so, judgmentby Frank B. Lee, Tampa; nine LBBAGEvffvDayLowPric
BRADFORD COUNTY.
default will be taken againstyou grandchildren and: three

for relief demanded in the greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Petition services were heldat E."o.yI.owPrIcc CmryltayLowPrka EveryDaytowPricc" E."hyLPrlcc Every DayLowPrkc Every DaylowPriccWClr
WITNESS my hand and seal 2 Monday in Palms OMILISBBIIP
p.m. Mrs MftKMIIB.of IMVI MOAMLl 15155 SIB AND MCUOW
this 21 day of October, 1974. JAMES WCILLE T.MOORE MOORE, his wife.and Memorial Chapel, St.Peters- c K ROUND BEEF RIB MEATLOAF PORK ROLLSAUSAGE DELICIOUS Golden Rip

burg, with Rev. Clarence STEAKS ROAST MIX APPLES BANANAS
Plaintiffs, DERRICK L. ROAST
GILBERT. BROWN Clerk vs. Dillmger of the Church of the .

By: Beulah Deputy M. Moody park DEPOE DEPOE, his and wife EMMA Defendants.JEAN Open ment was Bible in officiating.Palms Memorial Inter ;:;78 '.148 1S :149 m 79lHe 69c 4.:?o69C .treshI2 e

10/244t 1114IN / Cemetery.


FLORIDA THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH COURT JUDICIAL OF Public NOTICE FORECLOSURE notice OF MORTGAGE is hereby SALE given : W EvcryttytawPrkr.


CIRCUIT BRADFORD COUNTY IN AND FOR that accordance pursuant with to the and Summary in strict EYC Members ..11. TOMATOES II. 11.-


final Judgment of Foreclosure Enjoy Retreat 1 4/I
h Re: Estate of PETER RAF. entered in this cause on
FONY, deceased November 6th, 1974 the undersigned OPVIV "" .. ... 'OJ
as Clerk of said Court, Sixteen members of St.Mark's .- ....'C."0'.. u.,. ..COMPARE WW': "s COMPARE .E""' ;,'"': "."

NOTICE OF FILING FINAL will on the 25th day of and Mrs.EYC Warren along Stevensonand with Mr. Pork Shldr Roast La 79' ,d I Hormel Franks ::ss* 99' 20' I Cooked Ham ssraaK" '1" 20'
REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR November, A. D. 1974, sell the
DISCHARGE OF following described real property Flynn.Father spent and Friday Mrs.through John Sour Cream :::::.::- 491. : Orange Juice ssi 98' "' : Boneless Hams 7 an$3" 50

EXECUTOR atuata Florida tc-wit in Bradford: County, Sunday held at afternoon Crescent on Beach.a Retreat Discussions BiscuitsSkinless .....,_...... 49ttOO .. Fryer Combf.SSF'79:i::; ,a. .. Kraft Velveeta ui: $1.' to'

have Notice filed Is my hereby final given report that aa I Lots Eight (18)) and Nine ((9)) of : during these two Franks :=-.::- 59tt... I Beef Pot Roast:RKS ::3Jr '0' I Sunnyl'd Sausage ?.7.1"e!

executor of the estate of PETER Block 26, of Livingston Truby days and were our centered response on God'slove in Sliced Bologna rrzr; 79* 140 : Daisy Cheese r:."c-'._'", '1""" '0' : Perch Fillets ZSKSSK.* 69'Fried to'
RAFFONY, deceased; that I and Company's Addition to the .. ...,
have filed my application for Town\ of Starke, Florida current ween terms God of and relationships ourselves bet and Dinners "m.'"..p'.'a4&' '.:;...."..III. T 20'I. Cheese Spread ;::O i='N'N99t: 20' : Fish Sticks 5rc: ....'1" 20'
distribution and for final public records of Bradford
ourselves and others.
dscherge, and that on County, Florida.
November 21, 1974, I will applyto Leader of the Retreat was
Paul communicantof EveryDayLowPrkeLIBBY'S EveryDayLowPriceSTOKELY EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeI
Tanner a
the Honorable Wayne M. SUBJECT to that certain real :
Jacksonville.Two .
Carlisle Circuit Judge of estate mortgage executed by St.Mark's MONOGRAM *** MlNB PtOMIDAORANGE
Bradford County Florida, for Derrick L. DePoe and Emma young people accompanied -
Mr.Tanner to help LONG GRAIN
approval of said final returns and Jean DePoe, his wife, to First and lead the 16 oz-WHOLE KERNEL
for an order of distribution and Federal Savings and Loan Association supervise discussions. A featureof in AND CREAM STYLECORN
for final discharge as executor of of Starfce, dated Sept- group
the will of Peter Raffony, ember 23 1971, given to secure the closing session on 1 I- CUT GftCCN M
deceased. the principal sum of .aBOD.DO, Sunday was the service of IS.5VIFRENCH STYLI OR SUPERIOR FROZEN CANS
October 28, 1974 and recorded that Holy Eucharist.
on same date;
in Official Record Book 94, Page .. ............................ i3/79
GEORGE H. PIERCE 3/79< C' J 6/99
Executor 82 Bradford, et seq.County., public Florida.records of important Lack of something about is almost to feel


10/31 4t11/21 at public auction to the highest the may greatest have. tragedy a man COMPARE oW:r;:' :. {COMPARE -,:,'::.: "li' {COMPARE ':'.; .....

bidder for cash, at the East front
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO door of the Bradford County -Atllur E. MorganWe Pantry Pride Wipes 49c 10. i Pantry Pride Olives .:;.".' 49c I0< J Bucket Olives ...".,...., In.. 49c lOc

REGISTER Courthouse m Start, Florida, ., Plus Meat a' i .d.., .. .
69'
Pantry Pride Cups coos: : 69' -is Salad Olives SAVESAVE
FICTITIOUS NAME during the legal hours of sale, to- ::::: ::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : 49C

wt Dated: this 6th day of f< Card Of Thanks '::1.', Pantry Pride Cups -si" 79' a' i Pantry Pride Dinners ,,49c ; Marshmallows "",,";:"- 45C

Florida Pursuant Statutes to Section, notice 86609 I Is November, A. D., 1974.Gilberts. wm-yfi .oW '?? Pantry Pride Cups co::'-.'.0f 65' 14, I Macaroni!!.i Dinner!! !! .::;'.:;:::? 41/$] ire I Reynolds Brown-N-Bag """,';."49C SAVE

hereby given that the undersigned Brown Foam Cups _,::v 59' 10, fFoodGlftCerllficates Cranberry Sauce ".'."' 3/M/ SAVE
Luther D. Raley and would like to express our
Bleen I, Raley Florida Rt. 3 Box 251, Clerk Bradford of the County.Circuit Court Florida of thanks and deep felt gratitudefor 9" White Plates ...STA::SUI 69c t 10, S GIVE A GIFT Aluminum Foil ".;;;;.'"" 29i SAVE

business Starke under the 32061 firm name doing of PIERCE and HARDY, P.A. prayers all, the sympathy kind ,deeds food and and 9" White Plates "W99' t : OF FOOD!II! ;is. ; ,%o,,, Pie Filling tom"s:..u....,- 48C SAVE

"RALEY'S GROCERY" State By: George H. Pierce flowers in our recent sorrow and 9" Design Plates rr;:,:r" 49c 14'I ORDER FORMS ARE Iwijft. -*. V, I Libby Pumpkin -. 3/79/ SAVE.A"A'LABLE
Rd. 100 & 18 Starke, Bradford toss of our loved one Buna AT ALL \\f. .* ,. ...
County Florida 32091. Intendsto Start P. O. register said fictitious name the friends that visited her in her .0.a.1, IN BINOMINATION1' Of ''QOtia
.
under the provision of aforesaid Attorney for Plaintiffs long illness in the nursing home. Bags '".-v' 49c SI ; 00 a oa HioviMftfLf lOCAl I. .routs IM AM* o. ounviNiiMTiv i Taco Casserole I "." 79' I0f

statute. The songs they.sang especiallyfor
Luther D. Raley and Eileen I. 1t 11/14 her and the encouragement "

Raley, sole owners. they gave her. A special thanksto r-------------. !II I ,
11/74t 11/28 LEGAL the staff of the Starke Nursing motl.n
I will not be for Home. Until we can find words FLOUR J SAUCE
responsible SOLO..,.,. RNIN .1 .11 II
FOR SAtE: Notebooks. bills made by anyone other that wiN express our deep felt I : L .Clu.ll..c..o "._.
Memo pads, envelopes), than myself. gratitude please accept our .NHN_U VNI, OOY.ON NOON OaV NI .
humble thanks. $149
markers adding machine MOW M---J ---
and cash reg. paper. The -La von Lane -------
Office Shop. '4tp 11.1+74 The Family of Buna Jones



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It:: FOR SALE FOR per SALE pound.: TURKEYS Flossia, 65 cents Lee YAMAHA and Conrad guitars' r Motorcycles J BRICK I fir --Cosh-&-Carry--TiresI --- M & M Sales & Service

Mitchell, Uncoln City, Starke. layaway now for Xmas at 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine $2698

Ph.9647235.11/142tp. 11/21 Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Rm.. Kit., Carport, Nice part of 412 E. CALL NEW & USED
-- -- ---- ---------- town.
TIRES
SALE: Argentina hay. FOR SALE: Antique dining room WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS FOR SALE: 1973 Honda trail 90 PLUS TAX & TAG Sewing Machines
By
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the bale or the ton. Call 964- suit and piano. Pooltable, CC like new condition. Only George Roberts Real Estate nn.n +r ; FRONT END

5630 after 6 p.m. tip 11/14 desk, bookcase. Call 964-8088 $300. Ph. 4963209. 1tp 11/14 964-7826 or 964-6593 & Vacuum CleanersParts
after 5
p.m. 1tp 11/14
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Many brands
of
new vacuums BRAKE SERVICE
-
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Repairs
-
GARAGE SALE Old furniture, --- -- $39.00 up. Used machines FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 400 CC

tools and odds and ends. Sat. FOR SALE: Sears \window air from $10. Expert Repairs all Apache, must sell, best offer. 3 bedroom frame, In town 1x 964-5800 All Makes

Nov. 16 all day. Dorothy conditioner with heat. $60. makes. Parts and Accessories Call 964-5875 after 5 p.m. Itp $9,000 with terms 'A QUALITY TIRES &

Swanbom, 4'/a miles north on Chrysler\\ A/C $40. for all vacuums. Built in 11/14 FOR LESS Call 964-6210
9647194. SERVICE
1tp 11/14 2 bedroom frame, south of
301. 1tp 11/14 central ---- -- ------
---- --- ----- vacuum cleaning town. $12,800 444 G Starke Plaza
------ STARKE CYCLE TFN 11
-- systems 712 N. CENTER, 2W
Main, ... .. .....
SALE GARAGE SALE Friday Nov. N. Temple Ave. -- -
FOR : Set of diamond Gainesville 3767110. TF Ph. 964-6020,
15, 632 Pinewood Drive. Baby Your authorized 3 bedroom, 2 bath new
wedding rings like new. Call -- - - HODAKA
964-6137 after 5 or on crib, toys, clothing and dealer tfchg. house, in town. $23,600
household items tip 11/14
weekends. Itchg 1114IF ---- ------ --
--- --- ------ 3 bedroom brick, in Eli BRANDING R4IIdr! X.WALL PAPERBLJU
--- --- -- FOR SALE CL 125 Honda, 1 Lawtey, $25,500

YOU WANT to save FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Linoleum MISCELLANEOUSSAWS year old,good condition. 1011 AUDI
moneyon
quality freezer beef call $3,98,9by 12 Linoleum 798. W. Madison. See 5 to 8 week 4 bedroom, 2 bath, new +D WHOLESALE.RFDUL

J.R. Wainwright. Ph. 964- Also stock.12 Hundreds by 12 and 12 to by choose 15 in days. 10/31 3tp 11/14-- house on Va acre. $22,500 376.4551 I ING I &
7835. 11/142tchg 11/21 -- ----
from at Dahmers Discount. SHARPENED, work 4222 NW 13(1( St,
------ -- 2 small
- farms. One .
on 2V
tfchg guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Gainesville (Prt is Paintf.i
NO HUNTING: ; !SIGNS 1 : ; : For acres, the other on 11 acres : ion
--- ----- ---- leave Jackson
sale and rent signs. The at Building LOST Tung Oil Paint ProductsNome
AND FOUNDLOST
Office! Shill FOR SALE Two lots with 2 & 3 Supply, Starke or Keystone We also have large I B1C PENS. The Office Shop. Brand W/aJlpapers/

bedroom trailers, in Waldo. Heights. tfchg. acreage, mobile homes, 19 cents and 25:>> cents.
Call 468-1211, Mrs. Copeland. - - business, and commercial tit* ULllndU1 BLvL------38a-5065

NEED TO CLEAN YOUR 10/31 4tp 11/21/ REAMES HEATING SERVICE.We : 1 pair of eye glasses, properties Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 11/21
TYPEWRITER? Come ------ ----- black rim. If found
by contact
service and Install all FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
gas
The Office Shop and pick GARAGE SALE Table & chair Thomas Crawford, 713
and oil appliances. Get your I 205 N. Temple(US-301)) PumpsNew
up some liquid or sheet dressers & many household heater cleaned now. Call 964- Thomas Street..: Itp 11/14 964-6522 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
cleaner for your items. Across I
from Johnson's
7730. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 Nite 468-1753
typewriter. Feed Store, Brownlee Street. And UsedSALES HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5604
--- ---------
10 to 3 Sat. only. Itp 11/7 1'"rm-r.---IP.: ..I '
!
I OR SALE Cash! 'mcjistci l |jipei. ----- ---- MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also t WANTED j INSURANCEAT PARTS ......:::;I}: 1t.c:
mobile home hutricane
an-
most! sires in tock ( ,all m 10> FOR SALE: Marglur Home choring and mobile home roof REDUCED RATES SERVICE FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN

see il we Imvt pal' iuomo i/, ""1 i Lake Geneva Area 3 bedroom. MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU
OLIN'S
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
in and iusi browse II 2 full baths family room AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
the Office Shop car port Central air and Service. 964.5606, Rt 100 W. WANTED: Used portable T.V. DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE Plumbing Supplies PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF

heat. Utility House. Call 964- Starke, Fla.. tfchg Sets at Dahmers Discount AGENCY
5153 after 6:00: p.m 1tp 11/14 - - -- tfchg. TCHGBRASINGTON EXPERT SERVICEON

--- -- ---- -- ----
PAUL C. NUGENT, JR. electrical -- --

FLORIDATHEATRE FOR SALE REgistered Angus contractor, commercialand WOMEN Earn ALL MAKES
cows Heifers and bull calves. residental extra money GUITAR
wiring Ph. 468- now with LUZIER PERSONALIZED PHONE 964-7061
J.B. White. Phone 9646114or 1406. 11/7 2tp 11/14 / COSMETICS. CALM M.AC-OI.IXSMOBILE iIsso'i
HEADQUARTERS
9648775. tfchg -- ------ --- Direct selling is our business. SALES&SEKVICI: DurrancePUMP
- -- -- -
Call Louise Stern Fine selection of
Used Cars

FOR SALE: Midget Burger Drive SEWING All makes MACHINE cleaned, REPAIR oiled and- manager. Ph. 964-5616, area, Taken On Cadillac Trades a SUPPLY co ,n....:...,............."."..........................:-.,........................;.o-..w.>'........,........

Fri-Sat-Sun Inn, Hwy 90 W., downtown adjusted, $7. All work Starke, Ra. 11/7 3tchg 11/21 20111( ) N.W. 13th 378.5:1(11GAINESVILLE : ( 864-N. TEMPLE AVE. :8::: GUITAR :%:

Macclenny. Reasonable down guaranteed. James ----------- :\ Ramona a :tt;. PLAYERS :g;3D

P..amount PKimn p>rwmt. payment, terms available. Strickland, Morgan Road and 8lvd. ::'" ":: STUDIO k5
.. .. .
.
A Ptlf 0
HjU Anthony ll RadxlW Owner will finance. Owned
;:: and the' ::
SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 782- ; r
and operated by Paul Crews or BRING NEW tf' Q : .}.
JULIE DONALD : AMERICAN :
3189. Also scissors sharpened HELP WANTED To Cecil Normandy } :'
for 10 years. Ph. 259.6404 t j a V MUSIC STORE '
CHRISTIE SUTHERLAND Macclenny, Fla. 11/7 4tp $1. tfchg CAL'S PLUMBING LIFE TO YOURCARPETING -Field- Mall :;::1::::::: :::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
11/28 --- ------ -- Repair and Construction.All : COME VISIT US...

WTIOOKNOW" *: - -- -- -- PECANS bought and sold work done by Licensed J Normandy Blvd.
at
.Color"" Pnnl.bcVovMab. AP..mounlP.c"A LECITHIN! VINEGARI! 86, Starke Farmers Market. 11/14 MAID WANTED: At To-Rena 10-24-74 Plumber. Phone 964-6947. Revive the original beautyof GUITAR PLAYERS STUDIOS
16tp 1-16-75. your rugs. Cleaned in
5tchg 12/12 motel, apply in No
KELPI! Now all four in one person. home
capsule, ask for VB6+ only ------------ phone calls. Itp 11/14 your by Von own Schrader .. 522SLEMOX AVENUE' PHONE.,781-1080,

PROVOCATIVE, $2.98, Mitchell's Drugs. 3t H.R. HAVERTY, {flfcensed ---l.:: :: .- __. dry-foam method. I. ,(Across from Pizza Inn at NorrnandyMalXtj! |,
\ "''''rpvni.tr* .
SHREWDLY MADESNOCKERI" 11/28----- plumber. 9647194h 1tp 11/14 No muss.No fuss. L rj\lo: \ ;?: ". ..1
No odor. Use the
--
------- -- have appliance -
NrV Nu.ai We now a fulltime
OaN FOR SALE: Whirlpool Washer repairman for all your same day. r
REDUCE safe and fast with HOUSES FOR SALEFOR
$75, Whirlpool Dryer $50, or GoBesa Tablets & repair needs. All work
both for $100. 18,000() BTU E-Vap
"A BLUNT, "water pills" ANDREWS guaranteed.Phone GARDINBROS.
wndow unit A/C one year old Call Badcocks
PHARMACY 356 for FREE
EXPERT $225. Corrair 1965 & 1962, W. 964-5289
Madison Starke. 11/14 SALE 1368: .
4tp : mobile home estimate
THRILLER! both for $275 or will sell
12/6 12 x 60, 3 BR, 1 & % bath,
today In
-8uc.Willitmion. seperate. Ph. 964-7366 or 812 Specializing
central
------------ heat, completely
Pgto S. Cherry Street. 1tchg 11/14 furnished SEPTIC: TANK INSTALLATION AND.
r Lf' IF YOU ARE excellent condition.
- --- Charismatice and

"A TIME- GARAGE SALE Saturday would like to begin a prayer 400 Grady Starke B. Bishop, Fla. Ph.Rt.5332653no 1, Box $ SAVE $ M & M Sales & Service HEAVY EQUIPMENT
in
Nov. 16, 920 Butler Road. group Starke please call ( collect calls) $2,800.11/14 964-6210! 444 Q StarKe Plaza

BOMB OF Clothes, ceramics of all kinds, 9648864. Itp 11/14 2tp 11/21 FRED DAVISGMC PHONE 964-6750 .
made "Boise ---------- ..
by shoes, etc.
Ii
A MOVIE: -- -------- 16
I 11/72tchg 11/14 EXPERIENCED babysitter 1I TRUCKS ,
-Nom.McLaVfl \\ FOR SALE BUICK Champ
Two mobile homes PONTIAC"A Long
Swop After DittoCHARLES ----- --- -- keep 1 or 2 children in her P. O. Box 128 STAUKE.FLA.YOUNG .
,. FOR SALE: Used solid body home in Keystone near and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 LITTLE RIDE CAN
---"' Ax xr
-AOnILAMA.Nn"P'rwN Gibson guitar with Gibson school, 4732026. Itp 11/14 model; One-3 bedroom 1972 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF Home and
BRONSON amplifier model. Cash or financed. J.B. GREEN COVE
at Dahmers -- --------- SPRINGS" MaterialsWE
.. White 964-6114. tfchg Building ]
Discount.
JNKHAU WINrlKM Mm tfchg.
CAKES baked and decorated for _
-- -- -- ----
DEATH WISH" - BUILD
-- - all occasions call or see Mrs. JIMMY MOORE'S (0

Rte'Are..wLNwr. FOR SALE:. Used Restaurant DeVoe, 540 W. Adkms. Ph. FOR SALE Kingsley Lake YOUR PLANS OR OURS ; CO.

P'=" equipment. Large selection. 9645729. Itp 11/14 House 2 story frame, dock, Sun SportsMORE
Cash register, soft serve ice YOUR LOT OR OURS"
--- ---- ----- boat house, fireplace, fur Vacuum Cleaners
cream etc. Call 376-2336, BOAT FOR
Gainesville. 11/14 4tp 12/4 LAWN MOWERS repaired nished financing can be YOUR MONEY TF FREE ESTIMATES Used Machines s1000 Up
Phone 9648436. 10/24 4tp arranged. By appt. only 372- ,
-- -- --
9990. 11/7 2tp 11/14 STARKE PH 964-5791 REMODELING REPAIRS I
11/14 New & Rebuilt Kirby -
301 40 ACRE MONTANA RANCH: __ ADDITIONS
- -- -
-
6V4 undeveloped percent LOAN rolling, grass Beautiful hills, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS I COMPLETE DRIVE OUTBOARD SERVICE ASTERN HOMES BOUGHT SOLD ; Expert Repair Service All Makes

near historic Miles City. 964-7959 or 964-5148. 10/3 TRADED & Models
DRIVEINFri&Sat A.J.Thomas, Realtor AND REPAIR
Excellent hunting. $210.42down 13tp

$70.14 monthly,$7,000 12/26-- - 621 N. Walnut St. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS ( ACREAGE'FOR SALE 117 N. Walnut 964.8787 Starke, Fla

balance. Guaranteed Tel. 964-4142 REPAIR 984-6853

financing. Call Mr. Dawson CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS ,
Va Block and 4 .frame HWY. 3O1 S. STARKE TF
collect 406/656-0450 today. 'FISHING BOATS
PAUL NEWMAN 11/721p 11/14 t FOR RENT J houses for sale, an excellent Boyd, Soul Brother, and Day
- -- -
In
THE buy City.
FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER and Nite Janitorial Services

MACKINTOSHMAN I Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath 2 brick mercantile build DavidsonMobile WEEKEND
home $27,500, 3 BR home FOR RENT 12 X 60 2 ings in down town Starke. have merged: to bring: you

$9.000 13 acres with pond & bedroom mobile home on where the action is. Home ParkIn
Iml- 63 acres near Raiford $1,350 Gnffis Loop. Ph. 473-3193. CAMPERSSuwannee A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced

Powell Broker. Call after 3 11/14 staff to meet your needs promptly.
an acre. Ray p.m. Itp Large and small acreages. City Limits
John Wayne AsMcQ Ph. 496-3033 or 496-3861. -.....--- ------- River Ponder Home Business IndustryFloorsCarpetsWindows.

tfchg FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished New masonry homes with $30 PerMoa osa Campground near Stephen Etc.
- -- house 749 N. the latest in home con Foster Memorial.

FOR SALE: One Aluminum Thompson Street. Call 964- struction. Small Down Walk To New Canoeing on the river, Renew the beauty of your trailer, home, roof,patio or

camper w/bed and carpet for 5070 or 9647444. 1tp 11/14 Payments. Shopping Center relaxation picnicking. pool.
Sun & Mon L/W base P/U $125. CharlesL ------------ Tenting or full hookup. Our Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam

... ,. Barnes (820 Connie Street FOR RENT: 12 x 60 mobile homeIn Older homes with acreage. City Gas, Water Sewer facilities Include game and-or chemical I

.Nk.r..J1 (Reno). Itp 11/14 country, 2 BR. Ph. 964- Kindly let us show 'em. room, TV room, storejaun- Lawnsand hedges cut-yard maintenanceJunk
5261. lap 11/7 On 301 South dromat, and pool.
- --------

FOR SALE: Case pocket knives ------------ Jolu Motel and scrap removal from homes or stores

now at Dahmers Discount. FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Mobile Call Scott Blocker

tfchg. home. Call 964-8245 or 964- LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal 964-8810 Painting interior and exterior
397-5551
-- -------- 5690. 1tp 11/14 Estate 964-8359 964-5425----

FOR SALE 38 Snub nose ------------ Phone(anytime)782-3806 4tp. White Spgs, Fla. 1I/14 t

k1, ?Eu Q rlcaria Revolvers $49.95, 22 hand FOR RENT Large, lot on Wall
Drilling
guns from $19.95. 357 private property located on :
The New Soil Extraction Methodof
Announcing
Magnum $115.00. Dahmers 230A. Call 964-8752 after 6 Two 2 BR frame house on lovely Fast

Discount. tfchg p.m. Itp 11/14' corner lot some furniture. Very Rotary AUCTION! Carpet CleaningNot
------------ ------------ neat Total price 18700. Drilling Equipment

FOR SALE: Multiplying onion FOR RENT Mobile Home When?

sets, cushaws, sweet pie subdivision V4- acre lots $35 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath, furnished .For Foam, Shampooing or Steaming

pumpkins, collard plants. mo.,3 miles from city limits at double wide MH on 1 acre with 2" Thru 6" Wells Public Auction Every

Seeds: gerkins, roselle, intersection of Hwy 16 and access to Spring Lake. Complete Fri Night At 7:00: Soil Extraction leaves your carpet clean free or soap
Philliplne lily. 203 Christian Morgan Road. Ph. 9646606. hookup for another MH. Call Us For and water and almost Immediately ready for use.

Street. 964-7866. 11/14 2tp tfchg $13,650. Your Water System Needs Where? "
11/22 ------------ We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments

------------ FOR RENT Newly painted Cozy BR furnished CB cottage 9647061Durrance BALDWIN AUCTION for no earlier than September, 20. 1974.

Madgess furnished 1 bedroom house with fireplace on Gator Bone
I A RAINftOW ttSTmSUTO INC HClfAW Beautiful lot Lake on Sampson large screen porch '- no Lake. Nice dock. White sand pump & MART To Introduce and promote this new concept of,carpet

children or pets. 570 W. Call Beach. 29500. Supply 255 U. S. 90 W. cleaning the first S customers. will receive their carpet

St. 964-5884. Itchg 11/14 cleaning for Half.! Price.In .
Call Bill Powell .
Of
Developers Baldwin. Fla.
------------ Call us.We have more.
"KungFuQueen Real Estate
964-6464 FOR RENT 12' wide mobile. Under Ground Water AlSO Open Dally 10,00 S,00 addition, we now feature odor removal.and Scotch-'
CECELIA TERWILLEGAR gard protection.
homes outside city limits.J.B. Associate 864 N. Temole Ave. For Dally Bates

Ralph Bryan, White. Ph. 964-6114 If no Phone 964-5145 Starke Fla. 'all Come 964-8359 964-5425
Associate
9648775.
964.6208 answer call tfchg. Sales & Service TFN ,
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Tmsler i were in charge of the HAMPTON AREA NEWS by Josephine Fontaine
('Ul'ltCHCTI'lTmS LAWTEYBy games. After Mrs. Harvey
'hul"'b of Cod: : Sunday opened''' her gifts, refresh- tended school( to prepare for
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- ments were served. There WEDDING BELLS: 4, at the Hampton City (fall. week after her recent later life. He told them of the
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Elizabeth Terry were 20 ladies present. Miss Kuthie Hoark and Adro The sale will start al I 9 a.m. hospitalization Mrs Mar- Seminole and Crete Indian
YI'E and Prayer meeting Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Sr. Johnson were united in marriage Anyone wanting to donate for garet Hardy and John Snell
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hewitt Mr! and Mrs. Lane Carter people who lived in the Fprt
Saturday 7'30: p.m. few and family of Gainesville, entered St. Vincent's Hospital on Saturday, Nov 2, at this rummage sale can see accompanied this class on a llarlee and Hampton fakearea
Faith Baptist| Church: of Tallahassee spent a Jacksonville, Wednesday and KniRsland Ga. Miss Roark is Daisy Fort, Shirley Norman trip to the Vo-Teih School on Mr. Clark
their Mr\ were guestsof years ago.
days with parents the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frances visited thecosmetology
WPXE Ruth Dennison or 4.
H.ulio Program over mover underwent Thursday Nov. They
Mrs\ Lois surgery Indian
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Other their and brought along tools, I
B.W. Roark of Hampton Wadsworth. classroom where
Starke Hum Sunday. Bible She will be there for two )
Mr. arrowheads
heir and Cartc Other guests were clay and
( pipes
/guests were son the of Mrs. I
Johnson Is
Mr. son in
instructed
School 10 a m. Worship Ser- 'W1.'l'ks.Ir. they were propergroaning
of which
Mr. and Mrs\ and Mrs\ Henry Dunn Quit- pottery pieces have
daughter-in-law.
Hum. and 7:30 .m. Joyce Testone of Brooker. Mr. MUST AID care of skin and
vices : p Dobbs, of Jacksonville, man. Ga., Sunday afternoon. !\ and Mrs\ Joseph hl'en collected from this area.
Casey and Mrs. Johnson are making The first aid class meets hair and the of
School of Bible Doctrine who were their dinner guests !Mr and Mrs\ Donald Wilki- Stalling spent Sunday after- importance The children were thrilled
Pastor's and their home in Starke in West- Thursday from 7 to 9 cleanliness in health cure
Tuesday It p.m. at Jr, and. Daniel Wilkison noon with their uncle evening when Mr.\ Clark presentedthem
home Prayer Meeting Wed- on Sunday. son and Miss\ Maryland Riddle, of aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John moreland Trailer Park. p.m. The class is open for Mrs\ Carole Shield's sixth with pieces of flint
nesday, 7JU:: p.m. Bible Study Jacksonville spent the weekend Kuhne and family, of Chief- young people and adults grade class enjoyed a visit /
Grace: l'nitl'llItthIKIi..I: t: Miss\ Priscilla Tanner took land. UlUncu NEWS from Frank Charlo on November 1-IICI.lUtNKWS
Sunday School 9:45: a.m her Debating Speech Class to with (their parents. Mr. Ralph Futch of Black Moun- The Ladies Council of RECREATIONHampton : = 8. Many of the children recognized The Hampton 4-11 Club hada

Worship Services 11 .J.m. and Raines High School in Jack- and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, tain, N. C,, spent the weekend Hampton Christian Church Senior Citizenswill him from the TV good attendance at their
6:30:: p.m Choir: Practice 7pm sonville on Saturday They Sr, and attended services with his aunt Miss Elizabeth met at the home of Mrs Daisy meet Friday at 7:30( p.m, show ":30 Below" and enjoyed Nov. 11 meeting at Hampton[
and United Methodist brought home five trophies with them on Sunday.Futch of Terry, and attended services (Fort on Nov 6, The devotionalwas in their regular meeting room hearing about the activities of Elementary School. Miss
Fellowship at 7.JO.: Mrs\ Ruth Moslcy and :Mrs Mr and Mrs Lacy visited their with her on Sunday. He was a given by Kathy Tedder. in the Old School House. This working on television. Kathy Brown showed an interesting -
Third in Series of Sermons Ronnie Mosley and daughter\ Waycross, Ga, Sunday dinner guest of his After the meeting names were will be the last meeting before Veteran's Day November film on activities to be
on the !Mount will be "The Tammy, of Maxville! visited cousins, Mr\ mid Mrs theirway Les brother and sister-in-law, Mr. drawn for the Christmas the Christmas party, and 11, seemed more like a holidayto enjoyed and profited by in the
her parents. Mr and Mrs\ McClellan\ Saturday on which will be held at 4.11 Club. The Hampton 4-1 lers
Persecuted". and Mrs.\ Benton Futch and meeting, names will be drawn at this the Kindergarten, first second -
United Methodist! Womenmet Harold Eunice on Saturday to Plant City. family, of Starke the home of Mrs. Sue Brannenat time.. and third gl'adl'rstwn are fortunate to have Mrs.
nt the church Tuesday !Mr and !Mrs L. S. Tanner The ladies of the First Mrs.\ Tommy Talley and 7:30: pm. December 11. C.M.\ Clark visited their class Charles Baldree, Mr.\ and

a m at 10 o'clock with Miss were Sunday dinner guests of Baptist Church were son, Chris, of South Daylona, There will be a rummage SCHOOL NEWS; rooms for an interesting commentary llh\ 'RoyceJoyner, Nile Scott
their son-in-law and daughter, hostesses for a Stork Showerfor the and Mr\ and !Mrs Harold
Arthurine Blanchard were Sunday guests of her sale, sponsored by Mrs. Earselene Zimmer on the American
presiding !Meeting opened Mr\ and Mrs\ Billy Anders and church Mrs!Monday\ Tim Harvey night Misses at the parents, Mr. and !Mrs John Hampton Christian Church man's fifth graders were. gladto Indian. Mr Clark explained: Waters to assist them in their
with devotional by Mrs Coss. lamily Tye Ladies Council, on December see her back in school last how Indian boys and girls at- various projects.
and
Sandra (Dobbs Robyn
During the business meeting

the nominating chairman Mrs\ Fred Moore\ spent
gave the list of officers/ for the Wednesday with her -

coming year as follows: Mrs.\ daughter-m-law, Mrs\ Jimmy 3 Big Days-
George: Roberts, Sr.. :Mre.and children of Orange tujE. .4GLE'fdIC
president Mrs Francis Park. L Thurs., F rl. Cf Sat

Hamilton, vice president ; Mrs. Carl Norman and sons

Mrs. Vl'ralac! Dyal, and Mrs\ Darlene Norman .-.,m" ___Open .....
_
secretary !Mrs llermie and sons, spent Saturday with 4 J s.Na _""M'. .. ,
Kelly, treasurer: and Mrs.\ their brother and sist er-in. ,. ,
,,, ,,,
Wilma Wuimtnght, nominat- law Mr and Mrs\ Floyd .<, J... -

ing( chairman After a brief :-Norman'; of ,Jacksonville. .. .
discussion on repairs for the Mr\ and Mrs\ Oral Tanner .. r siD.
parsonage, the meeting was and children and John Zack ""' ...
adjourned l. There were 10 went to the Speedway in Lake ......

members present. City Saturday night andSunday. .IL\S
Highland ISaplist Church: (
Sunday School i 9:43: a.m. Leroy Lovett of Jacksonville flllf: N.nU'TO ,-

Worship Services II a.m. and spent Sunday afternoon : ';-
7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting\ with Mr\ and Mrs\ Harold 440' "..
-; ,
Wednesday 7.ID:: p.m. Eunice i.}. r
1S0'
'H
Nurllisklf Baptist Church: Miss\ Priscilla Tanner. r
School 9:45 SAVE I "
Sunday : a.m. Rhonda Bennett, Brenda Stafford _
Worship Services 11 a.m and and Gwen Zatkl're c
7'id:: ) p.m. Prayer; Meeting\ visiting in Jacksonville -- J-
Wednesday at 7:JO. Sunday. ::?'!M -.,
( r'Q
Friends of Johnnie Bennett <<; '-
; a
I'J.olisn"I.sIrs. : < regret to learn that he underwent '( A "cI; J

!\ Glenda Moore\ and surgery at the Veterans Havoline II. \ I ;" WrooneLut l A Jlngel

children of Lake City, were Hospital in Gainesville on : IV:9

Wednesday dinner guests of Monday. Soft
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.\ Frank Shirley and ,. .
:Mrs. Carl Prevatt. daughter, Darlene. of Starke #! Motor .I ... '

Friends of Mrs. Marjorie were Sunday guests of Mr\ \. t- "
Griffis regret that she is a and. Mrs.\ Paul Lock and I 1j --
"
patient in Bradford County family. I ,It I I=< "fi''v. ..
Hospital Starke. !Mr\ and Mrs\ Earl Test on '": ) I
( I /: MIi
0.-11
DN w ouut
( ,1'v. os y I
Miss Elizabeth
Terry spent and family attended l the foot --
Thursday and Friday with her ball game. in Starke Friday ;/ j ,"Ii: -_- I ,, -
sister. Mrs, C. t:. Strickland, night ,11 ,. WAS SAVE =

of Gainesville She also saw :Mrs Paul Lock was honored .... \ j' 0tf gUAPF 3 W 22%
her nephew and nieces, Mr. with a cookout on her birthday .......,'--""" Per Qt, YS. ? ,,1 WAI sAYt
and Mrs.\ Don Parcelluz/i, and anniversary given by Mr and ATF FLUID WITH DEXRON wAS sAVe A!( m 2r/
:Mrs. Joe Bason of Gaines :Mrs W E Gault Jr. Tuesday C. LO For all transmissions and 380t 8' 11 ;
ville. evening. Nov. 5. She received Friends of Cedric Rosier some gilts, cards and long OUR 38 OUR OUR power steering systems. ..OL-... ....TOWELS

regret to learn that he is a distance calls PRICE .m SAVE PRICE I a I : PRICE SAYE f Qt. ICED TEA MIX1.7oz.package
patient in Bradlord County Bobby Bennett of (Holly Hill .AS lAG WAS as WAS 10.00 makes A ,
I Hospital >M ... pig < 1 ust add water.
was a Sunday overnight guestof i Pint |
Mrs Elva Reddish and Miss his uncle and aunt. Mr and MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Save 30. 10W-30" MOTOR OILExtends 3-SPEED 2fi" BIKES Limit ].No call bach.lips. ) (eC'1 -

her Arthurine sister. Blanchard Miss Enza visited Blanchard Mrs L. S. Tanner and family A great selection' of no- engine; ,life, I in26" 3-spnd deluxe, bikes.Reflectonzed. P N wslr 1 ..
-
!Mr and W.
!Mrs E Gault -
Iron shirts S to XL. ,14-17. mileage, l la,. .Chrome plated .1 I.C. -- ".
in Wednesday creases gas -- TOZ.SIZE h
Macclenny Sr Mr\ and !Mrs\ Riley Dixon. "- 'i'
and h"dI.h".1 PROCTOR
fenders
and Mrs\ Sammie. Griffis and 1 r. \ I. COtC SILEX PKC. OF 0g34PS
Mrs\ Daisy l3 x h, Mrs Tom daughter Cathy, were guestsat "fT" ...... : TOASTER OR ,, FOAM -

Whaley, and Mrs. Bob Smith a fish cookout Saturday ,. srM' r S.. 1. .1" 0" HAND MIXER SAVE
were hostesses for a bridal evening at the home of !Mr oas._ MEN'S tom \ SAVI J.08-2.98 ...!::-.uo........,
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shower for Mrs.\ Irene Austin and Mrs\ W E Gault. Jr AI FAMOUS BIG '-"OT' m ID
RINK i WET 14q g1X
at Highland Baptist Church Mrs\ Bennett Wilkison spent MAKER .:: SUSAN" DOLLtSTROLLER DOUGLAS FIR :::.:.--"a J I
last Friday night. After the weekend with her son-in- DRESS A J TREE JOl WAS 'idf '" PAPER PLATES,
playing some games Mrs law and daughter Mr and PANTS /I I SAYS Ul sAVe LOB I wAS ....r '.'KOF'"
Austin opened her gilts The !Mrs\ Roger Edwards: and _.. .......... '""" .. -, ,.-.3)L
hostesses I served refreshments Debbie ol Jacksonville r .W = ""' .""

Mr and !Mrs.\ (JIm Baxleyand 3.9. '" I. \ ) Iii J
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Friends of Mrs.\ Lucille sons, of Middleburg! were 1 ",..A / G wAS 3tsS ,WAS JIBS r '"" GIASBAKE
Cauley regret to learn that she \ : ;;
Sunday dinner guests of their I"'h.\ is a patient in Bradford brother and sister-in-law Mr tJ" 1 .'EL ... DISHESSAVE
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!I ett'' plastic stroller ant polye I FE.
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County Hospital
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and Mrs Eugene Taylor and I Ion colors! _. with 14" thelene.Realistic.. ...
Mrs Hermie Kelly is L- _. sAVe S.00 ...
a lamily Selection' oistyles. dNU.dd.II.- .. .
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surgical patient in Baptist Mr and !Mrs\ Harry Wilkerson 28. I WAS'
:Memorial )Hospital Jacksonville attended homecoming at ... MEN'S BOMBER 00'n G l I. 1> WASA4C46 SAVE

Beulah Church Worm quilt. lining. ,
Baptist on .. ",- ,-
Honey and Tonda Crews of Sunday. J' nylon shell. S. M. L, XL. .'UCB" C .., SET OF IS WAS-151 .. :rJ r--'"AWW ia pLA.r DISH I IS" OVAL ROASTER
Slarke. spent the weekend !Mr\ and Mrs\ Waldo : TEACHINGCLOCK. MINIATURELIGHTS. stainless; steel ... '
with their grandmother. Mrs.C. Pringle. of Worthington / I I blades. Llghrweight. i'1

K Crews and Glenann. Springs spent Saturday after ( r SAVI 180. Ii '
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1lrs.Iaines: Gnlfis and I .. .
noon with their sister. !Mrs\ .w r
children Palatka spent the Pierce Crews. j"1 ; !iI'i':a" .- 1
weekend with her mother Mrs. Walter Frick and son ''i 1oiII ; t PIECECERAMIC '

:Mrs :Nellie-'; Wilkinson; sister, Dennis of Starke and another \. WAJJ.W i< WAS JUS? ill PIECE ""-' r)o. MUGS ".Y.1.--::
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:Mrs Daisy Boch, and AND .
Lynn. L41 KITCHENRosewood ,
son Rickey Fnck of California Turn hands to Weatherproof .ern" .
:Mr and :Mrs George Sum- were Saturday afternoon. __ \:' i j J teach time to I for indoor J 'MlF" '. Ii1j:; / METALTAEEa ,. ,1 HZ."Li
merlin (it Lake City, spent a /guests of Mr\ and :Mrs Gene I happy tune) outdoor use. r Q SET
lew lays with their brotherinlaw Pearson '" :\ \ ,\! For ages 1-7. : Double blinkng. ,
and sister !Mr and :Mrs :Mr and !Mrs Charley N8...' ---'= d ...
Hubert !Priest and Lamar. :Mosley and family, of Highland ""=' .jji I han "1 j ... roil!
Friends of II. L. Barfield were Sunday' guests of I... Stainless, White ceramic"
WAS sevt
STONEWARE
BOU'I. with colorful TEAa
regret to learn that he is a their parents, !Mr and Mrs\ 1.iY 1 / sS'> I RIFLE serrated rf floral' design., .KETTLE// CUPS
patient in St. Vincents Hospital. Lonnie Teston. AND PISTOL CHRISTMAS blades. -
\, Jacksonville. Mr\ and !Mrs\ Jerry Starlingand MEN'S POCKET T-SHIRTS MEN'S TENNIS SWEATERS TARGET SET CARDS ,- -
:Mr and !Mrs Andy Harveyof family visited their Futt I,,l-cut'100%cotton. Popular 10055 acrylic. White with I SAVI 11% SAVI 71%
Perry, spent the weekend mother, !Mrs\ Delpha Starling colors. S. M, L, XL. red-navy stripes.' S, M, L. I .,,
with\ their' parents !Mr and of Lakeland. While there they I i 1'Wt!! !! Route 55

:Mrs Charles Starling and went deer hunting and killed. t :! I IJ.! i' .a..:.:.
;, H Towels
lamily I' Bounty
deer WAS ASS WAS ,
"""1 J CJ( Supreme A.T.F.
I MISSES' f. 'Includesrifl.' Boxes of 75

,, GRAFFITTI, "i I target pistol' and 50. Variety Save '
l. :: Save 18% 10
PRINT' 4 safety darts for the
::1 I'.E..7f PANT TOP ..d"" .target entire I..".. ...p..t,
Bible Answers: > ; ) ...-.


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V- Be persistent (Luke 1158): ), FLARE '0*CELL BATTERIESFor ALARM CLOCK ."OO"CL1H". =,Sss -
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