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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 21, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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''I A local store manager was kidnapped and robbed Saturday i-i :
) night, November 16i while attempting to make Stare deposit of
/ company funds at focal bank,according to the Police De-
partment. Here
; Elbert J. Tillman manager of the Eagle Family Discount Store Tonight
on West Madison Street,shortly after 9 p.m.Saturday night drove -
to the night depository of the Florida Bank Starke where he was
approached by a white male pointing a .4 -aliber automatic
at him.
pistol Bradford High gridders

The robber ordered Tillmanto face their third step to the

slide over to the passengers Temple District 2 playoffs tonight
side of the vehicle and then : City Committee
took the wheel and drove (Thursday, Nov, 21))

north on US-301, followed by hosting tough Eastside of
another white male In another Gainesville in Starke
car. No Plans starting at 8 p.m.
Parking the two vehicles Eyes Finances
BHS, 7-1, must win the
near the intersection of SR-
2OOB, south of Lawtey, the two rE next two games, the other
robbers relieved Tillman of To Leave with North Marion next

his watch, wallet, and three Wednesday night, Nov 27,
In Lake Butler
deposit funds.bags containing com- "1 have no plans to vacate to make it into the state

pany this office prior to my term playoffs. BUS has won its
One of the robbers struck
LAKE BUTLER is recommending a consolidation
expiring two from A -
Tillman on the head opening a years last two games, 34.7 over
now," Bradford School Supt special finance committee of the accounts Into one
gash that required four stit- Fernandina Beach and 35-
Jim Temple stated Wed- was appointed by Mayor John general fund operating account
ches to close.Following nesday morning of the widely Shaw Wednesday, November for the city to deposit its 14 over Orange Park last
the robbery and circulated rumor that he plans 13, to work with city auditor revenues and make Its week.
assault upon Tillman, Jeff M. Budd certified disbursements. Those funds
to leave the county for a State Harvey ,
Roller motorist Eastside, as In past,
a passing years
Department of Education public accountant of Gainesville (See Page 8))
will be the team BUS
stopped to render aid for what quickest
In on a list of Im-
position Tallahassee suggested
he trouble. has faced this according
thought was car for the year
Roller proceeded to Starke "I'm looking forward to provements city's ac- to Head BUS Coach David
and reported the robbery to working with the new board. I counting system. 2 Races Hurse. The Rams are 2-5-1 so
Police Officer Scotty Rhodenof think It will be aggressive and One suggestion l 19'a revision far this season. Tonight's
the Starke Police Depart- that we can go forward," the This huge American nag,costing t41; was uses lor the first time by the Bradford IIIgh Band of garbage pickup charge game Is also a Big Sun Conference .
ment. school manager stated. In Its performance at the 'ernandina game on Bradford Field. Pirate band members kneeling which presently do not cover contest
The Investigation Is con- "The people of Bradford at bottom of photo had finished their performance. The big nag will be used again over the costs of collection, the auditor Set InLawtey They have a very deceiving -
tinuing. County elected me and its years, says Bandmaster Dean Cassels. said. record, because they
been a heckuva job. I think Serving on the committee are a good ball club and they
I'm making on the will be Councilwoman Margie have had numerous Injuries
progress
i! County Zoning curriculum," Temple said, BHS Band Tops In Marching Contest Cason, Councilman Bill White this year," says Burse. "Mostof
Indicating he has no intentions and City Clerk Jackie Johns the Injured players are
of leaving before that job Is who will take under advise- back at full speed and Eastside .
I Board To Meet done. The Tornado band of Bradford High was one of nine of the 24 schools participating In the District 3 ment a list of recommendations Opposition developed for Is In the best physical
Fall Marching Contest of the Florida Bandmasters Association at Florida field in Gainesville last both seats Ute
Rumor has It that Supt. ,' submitted by auditor on Lawtey City condition they have been In all
I With only one Item of importance Temple plans to resign his Saturday Budd to improve the financial Commission that will be in year."
on the agenda, the post with the local school "The judges were a little rougher than usual," says BITS Bandmastr,1tDean Cassels, but the 58- records and the accounting contention In Ute December :I Hurse also claims that the

Bradford County Zoning .system to take an appointive. .,member marching bAu4wtYla7superior gfDntheseventh straight;;, fir. system, for the city. elE'Ction.Henjamln. Ram's quarterback Vernon
Board will hold Its regular job under new state Education The reeotnmehdAttons \Ver.+Ye .b\iMcCulley ."';Jam 'S is the best quarterback
The BBS band is shown above Bradford Field during the halftime ceremonies of the Fernandina before the t
! monthly meeting Tuesday, Commissioner Ralph Turling- on explained In-detaif''to. the 'quiUified Saturday BHShu faced this year He is
Nov, 26. ton.That has never been men- Beach game on Nov 15. The huge flag cost$541. council by Budd following the 'I1OGh deadline for the Group 2. qul It-can run the ball as well
tioned, Temple The nine bands receiving superior ratings, highest awarded ill Gainesville) Saturday were: Brad. completion of his audit of the seat being vacated by incumbent as throw good, according to
Up for action at this time Temple has resigned says ford High, Hawthorne, P.K. Yonge, Williston, Clay County, Baker High, Eastside, Buchholz, and financial records of the city MayorCommlssloner the scouting report.
will be an aplication for torshlp of the Brooker Baptist pas- Orange Park Excellent ratings were awarded to: Chlefland, Santa Fe, North Marion, Lake Weir, for the past year. Gene Pearson because of III "They have a fine group of
rezoning by Florida Power Ii: Church where he has served Suwannee County, Ocala Forrest, Gainesville High School, Columbia County High, and Ocala Vanguard Budd said that the city has health. athletes and their problem Is
Light Co to permit construc- for Ute past 18 During Rated as Good: Keystone Heights,Trenton, Citrus County, and Crystal River Average: Dun- 15 different bank accounts, McCulley, a retired Navy most of them have to play both
tion of truck parking facilities, that time a new years church and nellon Below average: Union High. four for debt service and master chief, will compete ways," says Hurse of East-
equipment sheds, etc. on a were constructed. The bands were rated on appearance,and on marching by three judges.To earn a Superior, or top, eleven for operating funds, to against Thomas O. Swan, side. .
seven acre tract adjoining parsonage rating a band had to win top ratings from all three judges and on the Inspection. handle the cIty's business. He owner of Belair Apartments in The Rams run wishbone
their present sub-station on The superintendent has also Lawtey, who announced for offense and a 6-1 defense.
Griffis Loop. bought a house in Conerly the seat last week. McCulley Playing at left halfback Is
Zoning Director L.M Estates, just east of Starke on retired last October I, and has Charles Roberts, 158 pounds
Gaines said yesterday that the SR-16. He plans to move there High School Lunch Rooms May made l his home In Lawtey for who Is quick, has good moves
City of Lawtey has agreed to sometime in December. His the past three years. He is and runs the sweep real well,
let the county zoning office resignation from the Brooker engaged In part-time farming according to the report. Right
handle the building code for church Is effective Dec. 29. on what Is known as the "old halfback Gene London, 175
Lawtey, starting In January, Temple resigned from the Arthur Pearce place" pounds also has good speed
and a contract for this service church once before and went Take On Restaurant AtmosphereThe James L. Waters, former likes to run over tackles and is
is now being reviewed by back. owner of Waters Grocery In a good blocker.
Lawtey's attorney He said there were no Lawtey, announced as a can- Eastside's offensive line
problems which caused his STARKE A $53,268 Despite It being the final was willing to do that But office supplies, teaching aids, didate in Group 4, opposing averages 196 pounds each and
decision to leave Brooker federally subsidized project Is school board session for three when he asked Mrs. Brannon, $175 for a desk,a $70 executive incumbent Walter T. (Pete) are strong. At center is Joe
tt nt rter Baptist. being pushed to change cafe- board members she said verbal approval 01 chair, 2 side chairs$80, a filing Smith. Waters recently sold Muilins, 175 pounds, who is a
1 "1 love Ute community and terias at Bradford High and protests from three incoming the project had already been cabinet $115, a secretarial his store to his son, Danny, good blocker and moves off
the people we have ministered the Vo-Tech Center Into a res- board members, the School given by the State Depart. (See Page 8) and Is now engaged In part- the ball well.
and lived with since 1956," taurant atmosphere to entice Board approved unanimously ment, and state officials were time activities. Smith Is Guard Victor Cohens, 155
Temple stated. more students to use the the request to submit the waiting on the written application retired. pounds, Is quick, gets off the
school lunch program. project to the State Depart- for funds. More Interest than usual has ball fast and likes to hit. Right
Faced with sagging participation ment of Education for ap- "We're still trying to find WaldoTo been generated In the election guard W. P. Wilkerson, 242
ThieveryContinues by secondary students proval. Board member H. A. out what the food habits of our due to several controversial pounds Is big and slow but
and a$40,000 loss In the 1973-74 Lawson termed the project "a students In grades 9-12 are," issues now facing the city, In- gets the job done, according to
school lunch program, school good Idea" and moved Its said Supt. Jim Temple, who Vote cluding a ten percent utility the scouting report.
.
officials proposed the change approval, though he had recommended the project to tax, and a proposed zoning ordinance Tackles Bogg Thomas, 205pounds .
HARVEST DINNER to a fast food service operation earlier said such a conversion the school board. Temple and building code. and RIcky Davis, 195.
and The "new look" cafe- would cost much more than pointed out the project Is for 18 Dece 3 Lawtey City Clerk Lucille pounds are big and strong, are
VARIETY SHOW teria wouldn't look like a cafe- the $53,268. I months with no obligation on Shuford said that her office good blockers and come off
In Starke teria at all. but more like a The veteran board members the part of the local school WALDO A and will remain open Saturday, the ball well.
Jr.Woman's Club restaurant. Students would had been through several hoard to extend it. two councilmen- new will mayor be voted Nov. 30, from 10 to 12 a.m. for Ends Ricky Johnson, 168

Fri., Nov.22 Thieves broke Into the help In construction, be wait- sessions In which solutions Of the total project budget, on at the Dec. 3 city election the convenience of persons pounds, and Elmer Sherman,
7:30 p.m. warehouse of Ute Bradford resses, cooks, bus boys, and were sought to the poor It appears that $31,025 of the here, and a referendum on wishing to cast absentee 200 pounds, both have good
ballots. Absentee ballots
County Mosquito Control, cashiers. student participation. They $47,118 In federal funds would Sunday liquor sales will be may speed and can block good.
Adults: $1.50 located on north Church Street Big attraction would be a had been forced to use operat- be spent for administration, submItted for citizens' approval also be cast during her regu- Most of the same players
Children: $1.25 Thursday night,November 14, menu from which students Ing monies to dig the food Including Ute $16,200 project or disapproval. lar office hours, I to 3 p.m., make up the Eastside defense.
and removed a quantity of could make choices. Dishes service program out of a hole director, an $8,100 secretary, Running for the mayor's Monday through Friday. "East side Is extremely
----- tools and supplies. served would be popular with last year $1,800 In travel, $1,690 for a post left vacant by Earl quick and year after year
The break-In was dis- students while still meeting On the oUter hand, Incoming phone, stationery, postage Brooker are Councilman Carl have the quickest team we
BAKE SALE covered Friday morning by the "Type A" federal lunch board members, Mrs. Pat and printing, $1,000 for dupli- Beggs, former Mayor W. D. Long Holiday play," says Coach Hurse."I .
Saturday,10a.m. J.B. Crawford when he requirements. Spengler,Arthur Gaskins, and cating materials, copy paper, Nicholson, and newcomer B. have tremendous respect
noticed the aluminum application to Ute Brad- J. T. Parrish, questioned) the J. Tuten Set For Kids for Coach Rabbit Smith. He Is
by LINK Women paneling removed from a door ford school board for$47,118 In expenditure of funds. Doubt Group 4 seat on the council the finest coach that we
In front of of Ute building when he came federal funds and $6,159 in was expressed that the will be sought by Emory EstesJr. compete against," says
Club House to work. county funds for a food service amount requested would Sewer Projects and Ernest Wigglesworth. Courthouse Hurse "I 1 expect a rough
Among the items taken project she hopes will In- complete the project and Incumbent Percy Thomas game, similar to the one last
----- from the premises was a crease food sales was pre- wondered If the new board Seen could not run again for the Bradford County school students year when we pulled In front
Homelitechaln saw, two 6 volt sented by I\lrs. Betty Bran- might have trouble carryingout Completed tw-year term because he Is will be given a five day 2114."
CommunityTHANKSGIVING batteries, a Black Ii: Decker non, food service coordinator. the by a an employe of the state's vacation starting Wednesday, Eastside has victories over
drill, an Impact wrench, two She said, In answer to a lame duck boar By Deadline Department Transportation November 27, to Sunday, Gainesville High School and
SERVICE hydraulic Jacks, cases of question,that only 283 of some Gaskins reminded Chair- and could not get permission December I. Palatka Central while losing
motor oil, tires, drills, guages, 1,100 students present eat In man Seeber Goodman of his Hope of completing the to hold public office again. Students will be out Wed- to PaJatka South, Ocala
Wednesday,7p.m. and torches.On Ute BHS cafeteria Of the 283 pledge to postpone everything Reno and Dalewood Three newcomers, In- nesday for a Teachers Forest, Leesburg, and Haines
sewer
Saturday night, November -' average lunches served, 66 that could be postponed until projects by the December 11 cluding one woman, will vie Planning Day and Thursday City, The Rams tied North
Methodls'Rev. Ben Bryant Church 18, thieves again visited percent are free, I\lrs. the new board members were deadline was renewed at a for the Group 5 seat presently and Friday for the Thanks- Marion In the second game of
Will Speak the car sales lot at Ter- Brannon said seated. Goodman replied he meeting here Monday aCter- held by Charles Womeldor. giving Holidays. the season.
The County Courthouse will
willegar Motors on West noon. Voters can choose among The offensive starting line-
----- Madison Street and removed Man Found Dead Monday Representatives of General Jack Ganstlne, Virginia be closed Thursday and up for Bradford Is quarterback .
Friday for a long Thanks-
two tires and wheels from two Utilities Corporation of Nicholson, and Harold Minnixto Jimmy Prevatt: run-
The TELEGRAPH trucks parked on the lot and body of a 65-year-old 'amination 01 the dead man's Tallahassee dIscussed pro- represent them for two giving except be the tax Friday collectors nlngback Tommy Reddish.

Will Be Published also stole the jacks from the man was found dead ap- body He Is presumed to have gress of the project with City years.Sunday. It Is the last day open to pay property blocking backs Matt Hull and
Next Wednesday vel cJs. parently of natural causes, bya died of natural causes In his Clerk Merrill dwards, City beer sales will get taxes for November for Jimmy Clark; center Marlon
The room of a guest at the Attorney Pierce and another test of voter reaction Thornton
city work crew Monday, sleep. George ; Ute maxlum 4 percent dis- ; guards, Alan
All Copy, News Holiday Inn was entered November 18, about 11:40 Positive Identification of the Ute city engineers. during the election. The count. Norton and David Harper
Ads Needed By shortly before p.m. Saturday dead man's body was made The contractors described balloting will test feelings As far the tackles,Tommy Edwards and
5 p.m.Monday night Upon returning to her a.m.A work crew of the city electrical Monday afternoon by his lon, some Internal adjustments of toward the present law forbid- could determine as Telegraph Chuck Cox; Ends Donnie
room Mary Ann Vaughan, entertainer -. department discovered Pete Medlin, an Inmate of the personnel which they said ding sale of alcoholic businesses will be closed, most Sewell and P. J. Jenkins.
at the Inn, reported Ute body of Levi Medlin Union Correctional Institute would help speed up cOlIStruc- beverages from 2 a.m. Sunday Thanksgiving and will on Defensive starting lineup Is
cm -. an undisclosed amount of cash Monday morning when they at Raiford, who was brought to 7 a.m. Mooday. open n08eman, Scott Pooser,
tion.Pierce Friday November
missing from her purse which financial Sunday business In Waldo Is 29, as sail
reported for a job assignment to Starke for the purpose of said that no usual. tackles, Mark Hildreth
Ilte aI mmuntty was taken during a short on a remodeling project of a making the identification. problems exist. The work lag usually brisk, due to persons Jimmy Clark j Ends, Sheldon
&tatr lank absence from the room. No building formerly used as a Relatives In North Carolina had been caused because the flocking from dry portions of Baldwin Chevrolet-olds will Hodge,Dale Maas,and Donnie
Indication of forcible entry Cities Service gasoline Ita- have been notified. company has another job In the county to buy Sunday have a 5& hour sale starting Sewell: linebackers Dwight
Into the room was found by in- lion, at the corner of US-301 progress in Live Oak. brew Beer has been available Friday morning and will last Barber and Early Chandler;
vesti.:atln: officers.are and SR-16 (Temple Avenue Police Officer George A. Work began on Ute com- on Sunday in Waldo for until Sunday night. Salesmen moosterman, Mike Gaskins;
,.., still' and Brownlee Streets>. Tomasovltch of the Starke bined projects in early July several year will be there around the clock cornerbacks James Aldridge
..:. ,: ,n by thepartment. evidence of foul play was Police Department handled following award of Ute Z38I38 There are now 273 regis- and will not be allowed to and Johnny Nichols and safety
,. Indicated following an ex- the investigation contract. tered voters In Ute clly. shave or sleep David McMUlian..

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I Harvest Dinner Set By Beautification Of City Is Topic At Woman's Club Gay-Gentry
Wedding. Nov. 23
Club For November 22 ff4tllL City Beautification was the members and guests at card Mrs. Eugene Tanner, presi-
ii. theme for the program by tables. dent, presided over the Miss Nancy Marie Gay and
The Junior Woman's Club of In observance of Prayer Sam Rutledge, of the Gaines- business meeting. Final plansfor Jack Donald Gentry will be
Starke will have its annual Week the Junior Woman's 0 ville City Plants and Grounds Joint Birthday the dinner, which the club united in marriage on
a
Harvest Dinner Friday nigh:!, Club invited the Bradford P A t, ,s7.h ; Department, on Wednesday, catered Saturday night for the Saturday, Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. in
Nov 22, at the Woman's Club County Ministerial Allianceand Nov. 13, at the luncheon- Party HeldA Gideons were announced.The the First Baptist,Church of
starting at 7:30: p.m. This year wives for coffee and meeting of the Woman's Clubof Starke.
the club has added a variety doughnuts Thursday Nov. 14. Starke. dinner theatre "No, Mrs.L. A. Canova and W. B.
show with many of Starke's (Fifty-five ministers and wives Surprise joint birthday will be held will provide
Mr. Rutledge spoke of the No Nanette, McKinney a pre-
I party was given Saturday
local talent being presented were invited to the First t many aspects of planning for evening for Ottis McKinney, Dec. 12, 13 and 14 at the club. lude of organ and violin music
after adults the is $2.50 dinner., and Cost children for United Methodist Hall between Church Fellowship the p I jPtl jPtla the beautification of a city, 45,and Jim Metzel,8, given by Advance tickets will be beginning. at 7:30: p.m. in the
which would help the club in Mrs. and necessary and are available church.A
McKinney Mrs.
under 12, $1.25.Worthington. hours of 10 a.m. and 12 noon. its future plans for civic beau- Metzel at the home of the from club members for $5. reception will follow the
Each minister received a a tification. Each in the Woman's
person latter in Hampton.Thirtyfive ceremony
Spgs. yellow chrysanthemum \ present was given a plant to guests enjoyed The popular musical will be Club of Starke.
boutonnier and bookplate. P use in her garden. sandwiches, punch and cake directed by Richard Jockel Everyone is cordially invited
Christmas" Buzatir Luncheon was served to the during the evening. and will feature local talent. to attend.
Shower Given
Set Fri., Sat.
ForJoAnn Green I
,
WORTHINGTON The annual Christmas SPRINGS BrideelectMiss '

bazaar of the Worthington Denmark'sI
[
Springs Friday and Civic Saturday Club Nov.is set 22- JoAnn Green, bride- .a'Liik'
23 in the clubhouse in Worthington elect of Randall Norman, was
honored at a bridal shower
Hours both days will be Thursday Nov. 14, given by
Mrs. Doyle Thomas at her
.
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.A
chicken and rice lunch home on Morgan Road.
served both days. A chicken mil r
and rice or spaghetti supper White and bronze pompom r ?W0n1 A1 i iV I/
will be served both days. corsages were presented to ; Xq 1
Snacks will be served all day Miss Green Mrs. Lillian '
Casey mother of the bride-
Friday and SaturdayAll
items at the bazaar are elect,and Mrs. Betty Norman.

handmade and include The refreshment table was
Christmas decorations and covered with a beige lace Buffet Dinner For Mrs. Page
Christmas gift selections. cloth over gold and centered
Thp public is invited.Strawberry with an arrangement of gold On 90th Birthday
and orange fall flowers
flanked by orange candles. An
Plants orange and gold color schemewas The home of Mr. and Mrs. serving by her sister, Mrs
carried out in the party Don Page was the setting for a R.W. Reese, and niece, Miss
Winter Annuals rooms. lovely buffet dinner on Nov. 10 Stephanie Green, who
As a memento of the occasion honoring his mother, Mrs. presided over the silver tea
Vegetable PlantsNOW the honoree was givena Marie Page of Jacksonville, and coffee service. Has Arrived Before Our New Addition
HOSIER'S' set of stainless flatware by who celebrated her 90th birth- Enjoying the dinner with:
301 S. WALNUT'ST Mrs. Thomas. day on Nov. 12. Mrs. Page were her four

- -- four Mrs.an children.Page orchid was corsage presentedwith by her children and After nine dinner,great ten 26 grandchildren grandchildren relatives and Is Ready and We Have To Move It! !

Guests were greeted at the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Don
BINGOEvery door by the host and hostess Page joined the family for re .
and presented to the honoreeher freshments of cake and home. '
two daughters, Mrs. Ton made ice cream.Outoftown ; Red Velvet t 2 PC.LIVING .
Saturday Night Bigger, and Mrs. John Ed guests were: ,DESKS 1: 'Urge,Selection' of'Sizes
munds,and son, Marion Page. Mrs. Tom Bigger, McLean,, "
Beginning At 8 P.M. Saturday, Nov 23 The living room, dining Va.; Mrs. John Edmunds,, Wsiyias f aricf Finishes ROOM SUITESALE
room and den were decoratedwith Washington, D.C.; and Mrs. '
Edwards colorful arrangements of M.L. Page, Mrs. Edgar Page, $6995
St.
bronze red rover and yellow and families of'Jacksonville; : :P ICESSTANTAT Reg. '299" $24995Walnut
cushion pompoms with Mr.and Mrs.Martin Page and
Hall leather leaf fern. Mr. and Mrs. William Page
Catholic Church Parish The dining room table was and families of Lake City Danish Modem Green-Gold Stripe ::t : ,

with covered centered silver with by candelabras a a birthday lace cloth cake with, Miss Nancy GayComplimented DINING ROOM. SUITE" r SOE LQV.E SEAT and, Z:. .5 :t<, ,

SiOO burning tapers. Chlna. 4O" X 60" Oval Table, '
Three tables, set up in the 6 ChelrsRep.
living room and den, held $359 CHAIRSALE $30(1 95, '
Jackpot similar garlands of greenery At LuncheonMiss M7 9" SALE Rep.499" ,33P if :
interspersed with bronze and
yellow pompoms.. Nancy Gay, Nov. 23 ( )lt 'f'hy: 'Hooker" Spanish BERNHARDT CAMPAIGN
ooGaoooooo Mrs. Page' was assisted in bride-elect, was complimented .

,. .. .. .. .. .. -- Mrs. J.E.at Saturday a Hardy motherdaughterluncheon and given daughter by 'ay;,K DICINC1OOMSUITE Chine;47 X 62": i'te8tl6 T W.Witt 2.18::soiFdOak"Leaves! ,' BEDROOM Mirror Chest, Headboard SUITE Triple Dresser.

Miss June Hardy, at their ltH; Cane.BIt k:CbIH iR<1fi: -f! !! Nite Table and Bed Frame $ CI Q 9 5
: The home on E. Call Street. Re .,"i,a,195N.J.\\SALE..tt flU7,500,
Office Shop = The four dining tables, ,t r' Reg. *640M SALE DnrSI
covered with
imported cut-
work cloths, were centered Early American Print ,. 6 Drawer, White; i ; i1iq;; "'
with silver bowls holding pink : ?;
1 Presents. . . | cards sweetheart marked roses.the Bridal place SOFA Matching Chair in Tweed .FRENCH PROVINCIAL; :: .r,,',10
seating {;
arrangement '
a for the 16 guests. Herculon .LINGERIE( CHEST rt : z;
.RO garS Miss Hardy greeted guestsat Rep 38995 ;, .J3t'i 5 :;
the door and served appetizers 459" CLEARANCE i*
upon their arrival. R .d109". 'i ..:, 'i.t
Multi-File Out-of-town guests were .

i System i Mrs. G.L.Heights Colgin and, Sr.Mrs.of Keystone O.C. e {, .Jj lf?, '*:.''''J\<,*]"
a Gay of Gainesville, grand .. I RACK {I '
W CHAIR
mothers of the honoree, Miss !! : 1 LIVING ROOM SUITE

Complete filing systems can be built \ John Lou Ann Allen Thomas of Gainesville and Mrs., .U.ttn!! 4it r t) : Oxblood Vinyl .

i with additional MULTI-FILE SECTIONS i Winkler Valdosta Miss Ellen of, and Tallahassee.Bloodworth Miss Denise of "ff '9 t,1; ? $1,2995': Was '459811 NOW$349 95

Assisting in serving were 2 PC. Early American ",. ,t. < <

[ I Winkler Miss ,Bloodworth Mrs. Robin, Akers Miss LIVING ROOM SUITE ,GOOD ,USED ,_MAHRESSES>> :
a ; \= and Mrs. John Allen. .. ( ;

.t.Zrr honoree The hostesses with presented a pompom the Avocado Tweed $O /! O 9 5 a. OO,. & ;r!(1
J. corsage and the platter to her lie :t. $10' '
1 F china pattern as a memento of Was -399 SALE 'E /,;.', ; .' :' >7hr: ,
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James Rosiers Honored
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On 60th Anniversary

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Mr. and Mrs James Rosier They have five children: f
of Lawtey were given a sur- James B, Rosier, Palatka,
prise dinner by their children Mrs. 11. H. Brice, Lawtey, '
last Sunday in celebration of Robert L. Rosier, Jacksonville J'I
,their 60th wedding anniversary Floyd Rosier Fort Lauderdale -
and Marvin E.
The Rosiers were married Rosier, Lawtey; 13 grand-
on Nov. 15, 1914 at Island children and 13 great-grand- I CHEVROLET -
Grove. children. OLDS9BILE I s


I Reception Given For Miss )41w

Gay and Mr. Gentry

Miss Nancy Gay and Jackie Florida room where the re-
Gentry, whose marriage will freshment table was covered HAS GOT
be an event of Nov. 23, were with a white linen and lace A
f
honored with a reception cloth centered with an ar-
Saturday night, Nov. 16, at the rangement of white and
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. apricot chrysanthemums in a
Russell Norman on East Call silver compote flanked by tall
Street. Host and hostesses apricot candles in silver
were Mr. and Mrs. Norman, holders.

Crosby Mr Peek and Jr.Sr.,,Mrs.Mr Mrs.and James John Mrs. S.L.V.C. with with Miss a tiny white Gay pearl corsage was hearts.presented,centered Mrs. Starling (Friday 8:00: A.M. till Sunday 6:00: P.M.)

Greene Mrs.M.A.Payne,Sr., Gay, mother of the bride-
and Mrs. Guy Sale. elect, was given a white
1\11' and 1\1rs. Norman corsage with yellow trim, and

greeted presented guests them at to the Miss door Gay and, Mrs.grandmothers Colgin and, were Mrs.presented Gay-, We Will Not Close The Doors For 58 Hours

Mr. Gentry and 1\11' and Mrs. with white corsages with
Jarrell O. Gay, Mr. and Mrs. pink trim. I
GL. Colgin Sr., grandfather Miss Gay and Mr. Gentry
and grandmother of Miss Gay, were presented with the
and mother Mrs.of Miss OC. Gay.Gay,. grand- china butter pa dish tlern.,I to their chosen The Salesmen Will Not Sleep or Shave -

Guests were invited into the One hundred fifty guests .
were Invited for the party,7 to MH

Dr.Jean MundyAt 9 p.m. You Catch A Salesman Asleep On The Premises, WAKE HIM


Workshop Helen Jane LongComprimented And He Will Pay You $10.00 On The Spot i

,
Dr. Jean Mundy of
Tallahassee will conduct a .

workshop from 9:30: a.m.Friday to 3,pm.Nov.in the 22, At Bridal Show OUR GOAL IS TO SELL 20 NEW CHEVROLETS a OLDSMOBILES

Agriculture Building for the Miss Helen Jane Long, Nov.
nursing in-service education 30 bride-elect, was honored at
for nurses 1n Bradford and a bridal shower on Monday, Some Way, Some How, TO YOU '.
surrounding counties. Mrs. Richard
seven Nov.4 given by $
; All licensed nurses are invited Carter, Mrs. Harriet f. III . .. ...
to attend. Faulkner, Mrs. Charles Example.. ;
Darby, and Mrs. George Shu-
ford at the home of the latter 1974 Oldmnwbilo 2 Dr Hatchback
DUPLICATE BRIDGE in Lawtey.A .
CLUB RESULTS green and yellow color BRAND "
Mrs. Clark Mathewson and scheme was carried out In the > list Price Slashed
Jeff Wrenshall were the party decorations. The re- \
.. a
winning couple at Duplicate freshment table was covered NEW
Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. with a cutwork cloth and cen- Fire Sale $2947.91 ', '
J.H. Minesinger and Mrs. tered with a five-tiered can- I .
W.E. Johnson were second delabra entwined with ivy.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain- Mrs.Faulkner presided at the 'ens
Fight were third.Shower punch bowl. Exam to ,
Thirty guests were Invited ) }
to attend between the hours, )
Given eight and nine o'clock. 1975 Chevrolet Bel-Rir 4' Door sedan .
The hostesses presented the MEV'Y'3NiEh
For Mrs, WeltyAt honoree with the platter to her Power Steering; Power rakels. VB, Rulamalic; rit. .
everyday china as a memento "
Parish Hall of the occasion. Transminnion Vinyl Trim Radio & Heater and Rir Conditioning; t: /


honored Mrs. Richard at a surprise Welty Paris was Jaycee Wives Fire Sale !$4369.43AT : j' !
'f.\
shower in St. Edward's
Hall Sunday afternoon, Nov. Plan
Party
17, given seat of by honor friends.A was. placed THE SOUND Some Models Will Be Discounted on the Hour,

before the gift table which was The Jaycee Auxiliary met
centered with a cradle made Wednesday night of last week OF THE BELL UNTIL SOLD or TIME'S UP
by the hostesses and contain- at the home of Mrs. J. H.
a
ing useful items to welcome Mineslnger.
the infant. Further plans were dis-
The refreshment tables, cussed for the Christmas
covered by colorful cloths, party In Saturday, Dec. 7, at
held arrangements of Jake's Steak House in Lake m mberThe .
lavendar and yellow chrysan- City. The members will
themums. A punch bowl and gather foods for a needy

coffee placed and at tea the services ends of were the family. for John Thanksgiving.Mrs. Smith won. the President of the United States DID NOT SAY to STOP BUYING.HE .

tables. "Sunshine" gift. Refresh-
Among the forty guests ments were served by the SAID TO .BTIY but do it wisely
present were Mrs. Welty's hostess, 1\lrs. John Bradley.
daughters, Lenore and l

Adrienne. GreenNorman And Now is the Wisest time We know of1t1

Date Set Nov. 23

ADK Member Mrs. Lillian Casey of Starke .\' Raast a Hat Dag (0/40

Hear plans For announces the approaching ..
marriage of her daughter ar Marshmallow Fire : vII .
c1 i an our DOo
Old Courthouse JoAnn Green to Randall tJ ,
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. "J'oc'cl 41(

the E.L. Matthews Bradford/president County of Eugene Blanding.Norman of Camp t 1.t.\ ft'f. and g.t ,," il1l". "IAtI'I : "

Historical Board of Trustees, The wedding will be an ",
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was guest speaker at the event of Saturday, Nov.23at7 ..\ THE DEAL DF FETIME 116. : ,,;,,;
November meeting of Alpha pm. in the Heilbronn Baptist .J ref
Gamma Chapter of Alpha Church with a reception I
Delta Kappa held Monday following.
night at the home of Mary All friends and relatives are
Agnes Ferguson. invited to( attend.
Mr Matthews' speech on
plans for restoring the old
Bradford County courthouse
as a Bicentennial project was
Interesting, witty and very BIRTHS I .
InfOl'mative. He was Intro-
duced by Marilyn Vellenga, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Braswell
member of the program Thomas com- cl Lafayette,La.announce the n 301 xoa1S Peon 96t7510
Gladys .
mittee. birth of a daughter, Amy Elizabeth
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assisted Mr. Matthews by Nov. 5. Paternal 5
011 STARKE FL RIDS''Y.
showing slides of old courthouse grandparents are Mr and S. 5 ,
scenes through the Mrs Charlie Braswell of '
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years.The meeting was presided Starke., "Sooner or Later Y r1 oriteI
over by the president, .......
Frances Hamilton, and Ruth
Frazier gave a Thanksgiving Mrs. Barney McRae and ry S
devotional. Mrs. Betty Crawford visited
theme n I
The Thanksgiving
Mrs. Vivian Harley and
was used during the social family at Merritt Island last
hour with hostesses, Sandra Friday to Monday. They'were
Duncan, Eddie Joyce Sexton joined on Sunday by Mrs.Glen
and Rocena Santanglni serv- Conner and I children of
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School board members, old and new, their spouses, and the Bradford school administrative ,,'It. alto" Alum Tr..i '2" & up ..
staff were hosted Tuesday night after new school board members were Installed at a steak II.. !,
dinner at the KFA farm north of Starke.Advisers Paul llutchlns and Greg Alvarez and some of .
their FFA boys broiled the steaks for some 40 school personnel. ) t'
Hutching gave anybody Interested a tour of the new FFA greenhouse. The meal was eaten (!) .f
under a new equipment shed paid for by timber sold from the Farm. ,
At left in photo is Mrs. J. T. Parrish wife of new school board member J. T. Parrish, hiddento .J
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his wife's left. At right down the table is Vincent Spengler and his wife, new board member English Lithograph
Pat Spengler, !Mrs. Arthur Gaskins and her husband new school board member Arthur Metal '2
Gaskins, Mrs. II. A. Lawson and outgoing board member II. A. Lawson, and Mrs. Lucille ) Ware i

Payne, staff member. 4 \ ....q--- "... Cookie Barrel '2" !

f" ,7ti large Serving' Tray .

I Hall New School Bd. Head ) 7 '. r (:.r L We Have'2"C About 9


STARKE Veteran west of Lawtey, were installedat business meeting was held l .., :'.: R. .. TwentyDifferent. ,Items.

member Rodney Hall was the reorganizational before the school board :.:.... This Ware Is M.
elected Tuesday night to chair meeting held Tuesday after. members and spouses and the .1 \:

the Bradford School Board for noon. They replaced Lawson school administrative staff ) Sound the Drums ., ;.;, .; Very Beautiful
the next and Board Members Seeber adjourned to the FFA farm / ? ,
: Christinas Cards ,
year. .. Z ; '
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: Hall is the new dean of the Goodman and Blaine Thomp- where they were hosted at a > Trap Drum Set '29"J )J.- '
the Future Deluxe Got* of $0 Curds ,
Bradford school board, after steak dinner by -... .-
the retirement Tuesday nightof son.Hall was elected in November Farmers.In : '2""VQ'II.' ft'dS' Small Drums 69' t
veteran Board Member I960), has served con the business session, the Many Otlyry JIA A* Good r1" ,2" i6.-: -.J') D(
H.A. Lawson who has served tinually since from the boardApproved: i:2m =
24 years on the board. Hampton area, and is in the staff recommendations
Three new school board middle of his fourth term of on food bids for '
members, Mrs. Pat Spengler office entering his 15th year of the school lunch program. No G
: of Starke, J.T. Parrish of the service. bids came in on several meat .:J Co
Moddy Settlement in west After the new memberswere items. :,.
Bradford County, and Arthur installed by County "What do we do when we geta Bicycles ,
Gaskins, who lives on SR-225 Judge Elzie Sanders, a short no bid?" asked one new
board member. "The best we for all sizes \IS;
can," Supt. Jim Temple re- JI 10" Size '22" I JII' '!'.

I i j f-feopte ouJ(now plied.Was asked by Supt. 13" Size, '25"A $

Temple to submit agenda 01 Up To Regular &
items requiring staff action a 26" Size '59" t'
Brown and Mrs. Ariel Suarez week to meeting. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. prior a ) Also
n
Tricycles in lots
: cf Redkey, Ind. were last and family of East Moline, 111. pointed out that on Jan. 1 the L. G.E. Tree Light Sets ,
.. Monday to Friday guests of will arrive Sunday to spend a school board and county com of Sizes \\1.
:
Mr. and Mrs. George W. week with her mother, Mrs.M.F. mission come under the :;;'A' 15 Light Set '3"t.t. 8" Size '9" '
Brown. Brown. Florida Administrative Pro- 4 23 Light Seta '$" 10" Size 11" ...a1rP
cedures Act which requiresseven C''" ..
: Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of Bart Brashears, FFA Vice- days notice for an itemto i + $ I\ty of lower Priced Sets and (all completly assembled) ))f. C'

Jacksonville spent the week President for the Southern be placed on the agenda. No s Miniatures. Use Our lay-away Plan rtC
: end with her mother, Mrs. Region, of Oklahoma, was a final action may be taken on "
Bertha Pearce. weekend guest of Jimmy anything except what is on the !( .
Alvarez. agenda, he added.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miss Debbie Spengler of -Approved Board Attorney & i ism
: Dawley of Bloomfield N.J. North Florida Junior Collegewas Gene Shaw's request to attenda ) : Wrapping Paper
seminar in
moved to Florida and one day .iS
have home for the weekend and Red Wagons
: are staying with their son-in- celebrated her 19th birthday.- Tallahassee ministrative on act.the Shaw state's said ad- PRIIf5T- Wo, Th" Wrapping Paper I .' :":71. an '

law and daughter, Mr. and ,.,_.... ..
this is the first local "C>>C:" ... 3 Foney Roll 37'
Mrs. Rex Brown, for the time brew -
011'.g
Mrs.A.J. Barry; son has under ....
being. and daughter, Adrienne; Mr. government come 1ii 11 (III 79' value) ro
the act, and he can't believe
and Mrs. F.H. Kramer, and : ,I.
t Puk cf 5 Fartcy Foil Roll 99' ""
that the Legislature'sintent. I
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- was At PRIESTS You'Will y e
: and daughter moved into their wire had dinner at the ((4"'1" value; ) Find lots Of Other
"It's an onerous burden, I r)!.'
Club
home in Country s.
new in Park
Sheriton Inn
Orange
local 0< More To Sizes (all assembled A' '\
Estates on Monday.Mr. think, to be placed on .eBee Kn* ,
last Thursday night celebrating <
Mr. Kramer's 81st birth government." The attorney Ii Choo. From ready to go) ::Jh !
and Mrs. B.L Moxley, day. warned the school board to ) \" Guitars s j,
? Jr. and family visited her expect to be doing many
mother, Mrs. Erma Nether- things differently than in the J:
Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Simmons .
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in order to meet requirements 6" 7"
land, in Louisville Ga. over and son, Chris, spent past

< the weekend. Friday to Monday with Mr. procedures of the act.administrative r- J also Toy Sizes > f,(
and Mrs. Steve Simmons. and .
Mrs. H. M. Richarde spent in Miami. -Was urged by Supt. Make Music 44
family c: With
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Temple to attend a school ladies ,\
; the weekend with her sister,
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s Mrs. Eloise Durden, at Jack Mrs. James Barron and board orientation Dec. 2-3 in 1.r' Christmas PRIEST'S Guitars Footballs I t..
The board needsto
sonville Beach. sister, Mrs. Carl Bauer of Tallahassee. i7 C "i J
be thinking about forming a ,) Sizes i::
Greenville, Miss., visited their \
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a' lingerie'I" .....,
; Mr. and Mrs. James team and naming negotiatorto V > ,
brother, C.E. Burton, in New \ and up :
of Jacksonville talk with teachers when col- .. t Pretty Nylon' Gowns j": .
: Wiggins Port Richey over the week.
.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Orie end. lective bargaining begins, e"" '1" and up ti We also Have .:>> ,. .
Wiggins on Saturday. Temple said.Speaker. C i' Junior
)/t Fancy Nylon Panties Sizes .
Mr. and Mrs. George W. \ ..
Miss Jean Mundy of Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Blames cr; : '1"These ,)'" .
: Tallahassee will spend Thurs L.M. Stoner in Ocala on 1 ( f make Nice Girt e
.: day to Sunday with her Sunday.Mrs. D
; mother, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Rise In CrimeCharles

.: L.W. Strickland of 4 : c
Miss Dea Moredock of Mer Wildwood is visiting her Smith of Santa Jr
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'.. :Ii cer University will arrive sisters at the home of Mrs. Barbara, Calif.,black speakerwith \b4
.. ( Monday to spend the Thanks- W.H. Hart. the American Opinion Bibles :
: giving holiday with her Circuit, charged that courts It 1 7 J.
mother Mrs. Olive Ryder, at and liberals are protecting :? The GREATEST Gift'
Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith, .
criminals in a speech at
Scott and Garnet Smith of Saturday night, attended ,oZCk Famous Fisher of oil/ Family Record .
Lawtey
} Miss Charlotte Whitehead Williston were weekend by about 50 membersof Bible '15" ; \"

: spent the weekend with her Jackson.Mr.guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Marc the Starke Chapter of the ;,. Price Toys Many Other Prices and ERTL Super Tractors )& '
brother and family. Mr. and John Birch Society. The
1 Mrs. Charles Whitehead, in meeting was presided over by JI MIIIe: Box Pocket Radio Kinds PRIEST Is The Largest Ford 4000 '5" -'
Jacksonville. and Mrs. Roy Reddishof ( Ford 8600 -.
Paul Meng, chapter president.
I x Webster spent the past two Smith said that allowing "3" Dealer In This Area ERTl Farm Toys Are The Best '...,."

Local admittances to Brad- weeks with Mrs. A. E. criminals to go free and to", In And See All You Get Them At PRIEST'S )
; ford County Hospital this McKinney. Joining the familyover commit more crime is the M
;f week include: James Ed- the weekend were Mr. liberals' way of convincing the C/ ?i Tb'* Fisher price Toys
:::i! dings, Mrs. Ollie Tyson, Mrs. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Jack public that guns cause crime. J
? Nonnie Peoples, Jerald sonville. "We need to pass a law," he 7
... Baldwin and Kevin Griffis,. said, "that when a judge turns =f WE HAVE EVERYTHING TO )
Starke: Mrs. Frances Mur- Mrs. J. P. Young, Jr. of loose a criminal who commits
win Melrose; Richard Schmidt Jacksonville and Misses Viola another crime, the judge 2' TRIM YOUR TREE :
and Rose Werner of Columbus

I Lawtey; Mrs. Jeannette would have to serve the sentence
} Cuendet, Keystone Heights; Ohio were Saturday for that crime." .,.,
.: Nathaniel Dyal and Orville visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith reported that 70 a
< Plush Teddy
?:: Brookins, Hampton; and Mrs. Hill at Kingsley Lake. percent of serious crime in the )

1 E: Sandra Lee, Lake Geneva. U.S. is committed by repeat : BealS .... 7i.
Mrs. George Huggins entered offenders. "There's nothing i1 r'v ..
:: Tommy McLendon of Baptist Memorial wrong with capital punish- sJw, 'I" '2"" .
..: Tallahassee was home Sunday Hospital Wednesday for ment," he said. "Liberals say up' to MO" ::2 C''"
and Monday of last week. surgery Friday that capital punishment is nota -.; PRIEST Store Have ....... .
-. deterrent to crime, but dead t .,h I '
't
.. Shaw Buck and son, Keith of men don't commit more 1Rr7 .Over Twenty-five ,
I :: Adrienne Barry celebratedher Groveland, and Dr. Donald crime, and that's a fact." ,cljcgJ ,!" ,x ,a\ Different Stuffed Tonka Toys ;
14th birthday Friday night Chubb of Winter Park were Smith defended the '
ownership 'if' Heavy Duty Tonka 9"
.. with a slumber party for six weekend guests of Mr. and of guns, declaring it is a Animal The Cut. Dump I .:J c:.
:: girls after the US-Orange Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their farce to say that without guns n Cuddly, Safe Kind. Tonka has a great line) of toys t ) .
in the Scrub.
i Patk football game. camp there would be no crime.
We
I Hove Most Of Then
"Guns don't cause crime, but
Mrs. W.H. Hart Mrs. L.W. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham they .do keep men from
Strickland and Mrs. Edith returned Monday after ten becoming slaves Smith said. _
f r :; Christiansen attended funeral days in Tampa visiting their Turning to weapons controls
7 :t services for Mrs. Annie daughter, Mrs. Joalyce among nations, the speakersaid
t : Knight in Gainesville last Williams, and daughters, and that disarmament in the You Will Like Shopping With Us This Season Our 50th Year
: Saturday morning. attending the Florida Fashion U.S. would spell enslavement.He I
Mart. also that the
suggested
t E' BIC PENS. The Office Shop. cause of war is not weapons of
; 19 cents and 23 cents.Strawberry Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel war, but the result of misguided I
Js t;; attended a dinner Monday politicians and VAN H. PRIEST 1
evening of in the Wilmington diplomats. He accused Secretary COMPANY
Plants Room the Seaboard Coastline of State Henry Kissingerof C
Building given by the
I stirring up wars and ,
Winter annals Civilian Executive group of pushing for disarmament."We Never Open On Sunday m
the Naval Air Rework Facility .
need to get the United v

L:: Vegetable AT ROSIER'S PlantsNOW I honoring Fleet Readiness conferees Support at conference the States U.N. out out of of the the United U.N.States and the," f6 l:

'301 9. WALNUT ST.: hosted by NARF, Smith said. 'n1P"M!
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Santa ArrivesIn Past Due Starke Utility Accounts Hit

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Starke Dec. 7 o By- New City.. Commissioners


M1t4 1 l STARKE New utility cus- Mayor Charles Schaefer Edwards said. That is normal charged a commercial rate
Jolly St. Nick is slated to arrive in Starke Saturday, l tomers should be required to asked the clerk to( look up the operation and about as shortas only; no residential charge
December 7, to kick off the Christmas shopping season. pay all tap-on fees and other city's agreement with the the city can cut it, the clerk will be made. The matter
Santa Claus will boa feature of the annual Christmas Parade costs before the service is KOA campground on US-301 said. when several home
sponsored by the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Com- ever turned on, newly elected south and be ready at the Nov. Jackson emphasized he operate beauty shops cited
merce for local merchants, and will be riding atop the city fire City Commissioner Marc 19 meeting to discuss the account wasn't talking about any account hardship cases when being
truck, from which he will distribute free candy to the children Jackson suggested at the in particular, but aboutan charged both rates.A .
along the parade route. body's Nov. 5 meeting. Normally, city utility ser- over-all city policy. City power plant bond
The parade will assemble at 9:30: a.m. on the south side of Jackson made the sugges- vice is cut off after 70 days, or Attorney George Pierce opposed trustee request to proceedwith
Bradford High School football field (Adkins Street), and will An intensive 160 hour resident training program IH Correctional tion after looking at some two months and 10 days, that idea, saying the the bid purchase of a new
travel south on Orange Street to Madison Street, turning east on Administration, Correctional Operations and Human $1,400 in utility write-offs that procedure required would be bucket truck for the line crew
Madison to Thompson Street, then north on Thompson turning Relations, at the Correctional Training Institute Raiford. periodically must be approvedby more costly than the small was turned over to the Utility
west on Call Street to Court, thence north disbanding at the was completed by the following employees at Florida State the commissioners. Approval Eyes Finances... amount of money the city Committee The truck is
Florida Bank parking lot. Prison. Front row (l-r): Dalton E. Howell, Robert A. Jones of the write-offs does would collect. budgeted Clerk Merrill
Cash prizes of$65.00, $45.00.$25.00 and$15.00 will be awardedto and E. 10:.Sword. Back row Eddie Coleman Jr.,Thomas W. not mean the city does not still (From Page 1) Commissioners Jacksonand Edwards informed the
those entries judged the most outstanding on the basis of Roberts William II. Gilliard, William E. Ferguson and collect some of the debts, but Vernon Silcox were appointed council.
theme originality: artistry and appearance. The competition Charles D Smires. it is a bookkeeping procedureset which are required to be by Mayor Schaefer to -Another bond trustee request -
judging will take place one half hour prior to. parade time at the up by the city auditor, separate by law will be recommend to the council a to employ two additionalmen
assembly area the date ot the parade,uec. ,. Clerk Merrill Edwards switched into interest bearing collection policy to follow in at the power plant was
Three float entries have been received to date,and two bands Lunch Rooms May Be Renovated.. stressedThe savings accounts instead of initiating new accounts and also turned over to the Utility
have been engaged to provide the musical fanfare, according to write-offs, usually a checking accounts. when making repairs of Committee. One man may be
Chamber President, George Pierce. From Page 1)) "I've been here 14 years andI casually approved matter to Some of the debt service serving an existing unit. available when the city dump
Interested individuals and organizations are invited to enter desk $215, a secretarial chair don't think our food service the previous commission, ran accounts in which a cash In other action Nov. 5, the runs out of space and is
floats,antique cars, and other decorated vehicles. Entry blanks $50, an IBM selectric type- program is working now," into immediate trouble from reserve is required to be commission: closed, it was pointed out.
may be obtained at the Chamber Office on Walnut Street or by writer $550, an electric calcu- said veteran board member new members apparently carried should be invested in -Agreed with Chief Jimmy
clipping the attached entry blank. Deadline for all entries will lator $285, a filmstrip Rodney Hall. shocked at the amount. Jack certificates of deposits to earn Bowen's suggestion that he
be 12 noon, Friday, December 6, 1974. $250, a cassette projector The project calls for a "res- son and newly elected Com- an even higher rate of interest write the Department of
recorder and player $125, a taurant atmosphere to be missioner Harold Epps voted Budd said. Transportation about makingthe THE LITTLE RED
against approval of the write Other items on the list of recommendations present parking lanes on .
carousel CABARETAntique
projector and
$175, a utilized to avoid the school
offs, the veterans Vernon
1974 Christmas ParadeP. proposed by U.S. 301 south into turning
O. Box 1116 camera $75. lunch stereotype. Food Silcox and Jimmy McRae for the auditor were: the pos- lanes. Bowen cited the trafficin and UsedFurniture
Starke, Fla. 32091 Mrs. Spengler questionedthe would be prepared at the to approve the list. Mayor sibility of changing the front of Bradford Square
necessity of a project Starke Elementary cafeteriaand Schaefer was forced to break Center.
for garbage pickup.At Shopping
charges
You can count on us. We will participate in the annual Bradford director at $16.200 for the 18 "satellited" 300 yards to the tie, casting his vote to the present time the rates -Agreed on a policy of 122 East Call Street
County Christmas Parade to be held Saturday, Dec. 7. at 9:30: months when Mrs. Brannon is the the BHS BHS lunch lunch room. Kitchenof approve the write-offs. are the same for home and treating home beauty shop STARKE
a m. already the system's food ser- room wouldbe "You're completely commercial garbage pickup, operations as commercial It
taken out to wake
vice coordinator. "It's redun- more wrecking the bookkeeping
and the revenues from fees utility accounts. They will be
dant," Mrs. Spengler stated. serving area and food war- system," Clerk Edwards told collected did not even pay the

.. ..... .. .. ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ..... .. .. . .. . Supt. Temple pointed out thata ming equipment. the commissioners when the labor costs in getting the job
project director Is requiredif "With this project we intendto approval was still in doubt. done.A \WlD6SOUt Have a Green
(Name of organization,club,church,business, federal funds are to be effect the behavioral atti- One business, of about a review of the city's in- .-almost every
written off,
individual released. tudes of secondary studentsby dozen accounts is to be s
or ) surance coverages "
this winter
"This project is the closest giving them a new view of owes the city about $500. An made by the committee and Insect thata| Yard
thing we have to adapt us to what the School Lunch individual on the list owes future purchases should be [bugging You
Plant
Signed the ideas of young people," Program is all about. We will $240.Another handled through the competitive lawn and
the superintendent said. bring this about by means of business, not on the bidding
"We're looking for new ways. student involvement, not onlyin write-off list, owes the city The city's process.billing problemsin gardenRoaches
Type of Entry It's still a food service the planning stages, but $1,620, it was brought out.DON'T the future could be handled .
program." also in the implementation of more expediently by com- tool Try RYEGRASS
the project," the project mercial computer services.
application states. The committee, after
Choices of color( scheme,
making a further study of the
paint and paneling, type of recommendations, will meet Spectracide
lighting, tableware pattern, with the auditor at a later dateto concentrate conta.nlnalD.az.non SEED
W centerpieces, and other devise to the Liquid Pint
a plan put Economical
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general decor would be pri- adopted changes into effect.In .
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marily left to students. Renovation other matters at Wednes- make. 48 Gals
of the high school cafe- days meeting, the council: Oz. Can Pint Can 33CQuart
teria would be done by student -Approved the annexationof Lb.
carpentry classes and county "Shaw's Addition to Lake $217 $477

school employees. a Butler" following a final J 50 Lbs. Only 14"
Students would be trained to reading of the ordinance. The Can 7"
operate the restaurant, including 11 acre tract of land will
cashiers, short order provide 33 additional building Fresh ShipmentVEGETABLE
1 cooks, and backup personnelfor
cw.ac sites for the city. The council'sapproval
the buffet liner followed a public
The$6,159 in local funds are ... OVERLOAD hearing on the ordinance at SEEDSBulk
Iy., required, Mrs. Brannon explained
pY t, [ .\ because the federal THE SOCKETS! which no one appeared to
.
government will go only 50 Overloading electrical protest.Recreation- Director and Packaged- Choice Now

percent in the purchase of sockets can cause a dan- Larry Powell suggested to the
., _4 equipment and, dinnerware.such as tables, gerous fire hazard-so council that they lease to the v Controls many TREES'SHRUBS
chairs,
recreation board two city _
I ., Former Holiday Inn Manager don't add extra extension owned 50 ft. by 100 ft. lots to be ...-.-... Insectsincluding Nfl11N
for
Bill Glover at outlets. Check frayed, o
'.__....k._.",_ the meeting and was bad present helped broken or bent wires to developed The for recreational council unanimously ... ...r.\:;::: .. Roaches

Eight DuPont employees who recently completed the 160-hour Heavy Equipment Operator write the project, according to prevent fire and shock. purposes. approved the sug- DRAGON 1 I around the '

Course are (seated l-r): Charlie Brown, Irie Hamilton Willie Brown and Earl Conner. Mrs. Brannon. > gestion. r i, rok house and In Choose your

Standing: Floyd Stewart S.J.Osteen George Griff and Robert Edwards. -------- CHLORDANE GII"NULAII I and around
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III 10 DuPont Employees Presented Heavy Equipment Certificates DAYCARE MT V _7"f. Buildings outside 'Plants now at

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Ten DuPont employees who Temple, School Director Bill Training Supervisors Rodney This was the third group .... CENTER
recently completed the 160- Dampier and Class InstructorJim Hall and Gene Pearson. graduated from: the Vo-Tech f FROM ARM BABIES
Last Year'sPrices
hour Heavy Equipment Hunnicutt. The 160-hour course Involved School. Thirty-eight men have ? Chlordan!
Operator Course was pre Employees receiving certi- maintenance and now received this training. Mr. TO SCHOOL AGE J3 f/ Ai >
sented graduation certificates ficates are: Charlie Brown, operating techniques for Platt and Mr. Temple congratulated -
CONSTANT CARE2
recently by W. E. Dampier, Irie Hamilton, Willie Brown, crawler tractors, mobile the graduates and Granules
director of the Bradford Union Earl Conner, Floyd Stewart, cranes, front-end loaders, pan expressed satisfaction with BALANCED SNACKS
Vo-Tech School. S. J. Osteen, George Griffis, scrapers, road graders and the cooperative efforts of the
The festivities were con- Robert Edwards, Allen Fields similar heavy equipmentunits Vo-Tech Training Center and NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. 4 Lb. Bag 87
ducted in the dining room of and LeRoy Long.Representing used by DuPont in its DuPont. REASONABLE RATES $1 Buy Now and Save
the Garden Restaurant. DuPont at the mining operations at Camp Reg. 2"
Attending the luncheon on luncheon were Plant ManagerKen Blandmg and Lawtey. Safetywas Strawberry Plants WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE h. .4
behalf of the school system Platt, Production Superintendent stressed throughout the
I Mere Superintendent Jim John Ruffini and entire course. Winter Annuals THEIR PROBLEMS ( IOII9A GARDEN'CENTER
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'' ''"' ," > > Pleas In DWI Cases
Guilty

5 Break-Ins County ,. :
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Draw Heavy Fines In
break-ins occurring set stereo, a radio
Five .357 Magnum; a Smith & television a .
I during the past week are Wesson, Model 67, 38 caliber and a piggy bank. i, ,,:, ,1, Green, John A.
I under investigation by the revolver; a Luger Black The home of Marion- { Two drivers, pleading guilty Three cases were dis Alan Joseph ,
R. Harvey
Sheriff's De- Bowles located on SR-21, intoxicated missed. Roger Scavo and Becker, Susan
I Bradford County Hawk 9 mm; a .357 revolverand to driving while MacKay
1 partment.According. two power scopes. Santa Fe Lake was entered ,, v vs' were fined$151 each in Bradford Randy Hayes, for no valid Fred Ash, Jennette Claib Marion
I to Deputy John On Wednesday, November Saturday November 16 and County Traffic court driver's license, and Jack Chandler, Frederick
Dempsey the home of Wayne 13, Griffith Lodge located at thieves took a 22 magnum rifle \ Wednesday, November 13. Daniels for no valid inspection Putnal, Dean

Dempsey at 250 South Water Santa Fe Shores was broken and a 16 guage shotgun. In addition to being fined, certificate Oscalt. Freeman,
Street in Starke was broken into by thieves who pried opena On Monday, November 18, "y'' Marcus Lee Hamilton'sdriver's Six traffic offenders entered Robert Wayne Ernest
thieves entered the residenceof 1 revoked of not guilty and their Norman H. Wertz,
November 10
into Sunday, by window screen to gain entry. I' license was pleas Jean Harris,
thieves who forced- open a Mrs. George W. Ellis, ownerof Clyde Simpson on Lake 4 r for three months and Marion cases were transferred to the Welde, Barbara Forrest F.
of the residence. Geneva and removed an AM- 'non-jury trial calendar: Jay A. Barbeau,
kitchen door the lodge, reported a Lee Elder was placed on pro Hunter,
Removed from the premiseswas ceramics collection missing FM Radio and 8 track tape bation of the court for 30 days. Edward Lee Padgett, for Hertzog, Lynn Craig Ellis, Roy
a gun collection valued at along with some handmade deck combination( from the Drawing fines on other careless driving, Jack Stephen Richard and Clifford C.
$900 by the owner. Among the quilts, 2 electric blankets home. traffic charges were: Tom Daniels, for unlawful speed, Nathan Hoffler
items taken was a govern- pyrex dishes, stainless steel All of the cases are still Gainey, Jr., $36 for unlaw-ful Fannie B.Scooters, for failureto Kimberly. bonds on other
ment issue .45 Caliber Colt pots and pans and assorted under investigation by the speed, Madeline Mickler have vehicle under control Forfeiting violations were: Judith
automatic pistol; a Smith & house and kitchen wares. Sheriff's Department. Crosier[ $36, for failure to Jimmy Howell Waters for un- traffic for no valid in
Wesson, Model K, 22 caliber Removed from the home of have vehicle under control, lawful speed, Gary Lee R. McCullers certificate, Doris
six shot revolver a Bedford ::: Hardenbrook un Wallace, for improper start spection
a ; Tommy Triest on Tommy careless
pistol; Jr. for
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Aaron
Florida Lake
Miss and
Smith & Wesson, Model 19, Lake on November 13 was a lawful speed. from parked position, and Steven Francis
Lucian Conner, for driving,
Walter Brown, $16, for no Douglas

I Voters Survey Set For AreaDid Teenager "You don't look like Board Ray Member Powell Pam Supt.Thomas Jimmy Cason when told the valid Richard inspection Davis, $26,certificate for unlaw, driving Forfeiting while bonds intoxicated.for unlaw Logman, for no log book.

new Union School Helen ful speed were: Rolland Gene 1h Old.-t/mBl
Pageant OpenFinal Lake Butler mother, housewife and registered nurse ful speed, Dorothy
you vote November 5? reported as having voted. This young took her seat on the board Tuesday night. Cason presented Risby, $10 court costs for no Ruggieri Simmie Andrew Lewis
registered but did compares with voting turnouts preparations are now newcomer on the board with a name valid driver's license, William Williams, Roger Scavo,
Were you the Fourth Mrs. Thomas only Lane Dunn, $46, for violationof Allen Cooper, William '.
reported in previous being made for publisher Ray Powell left the u ,
not vote? of the Census Bureau surveys of 68 percentin Annual Miss Florida Teen- plaque. Union newspaper right-of-way and failure to Aldridge, Leroy Tony Hunter{ ,

will The ask Bureau these and other questions 1968 and 69 percent in 1964. Ager Pageant to be held al board.Also beginning new terms on the Union school board were drive in a single traffic lane, Willie Lee McRae, Willie Earl Iv \

about voting activity in The voting questions are in Winter Park High School,, veterans Donald Dukes and Tommy Mobley. Dukes Is and $10 for no valid driver'slimnse. Heard. I
( jonn Dame Jordan
Larry
.
addition to the usual ones January 25, 1975. and Mobley his second.
of 18 his fourth term
election
the 1974 persons of asked in the monthly surveyon The reigning Miss National beginning Joyce Covington Perry, $26, Earl Todd, Floyd Lee Fugatt,
older in a sample
K
and employment and unem Teen-Ager is Lisa Lyon ol for violation of right-of-way, Paul Meriwether Smith
households in this area duringthe 1973 Miss Frank D. Williams, $46, for Earley Young, Jr., John
ployment conducted nation New Port Rickey, To Head the relative
of November 18-22. resembles
week will visit wide by the Bureau for the Florida Teen-Ager was Denise Mobley unlawful speed, Roland Truett Edwin Woods, Jerry A. "Every baby "
Mrs. Norma Foray U.S. Department of Labor. Watts of Lithia and the 197! Williams,$26,for speed to fast Weeks. who has the most money.
households in this area. Results of this monthly Miss Florida Teen-Ager was! for conditions, James Arnold Willie Nell Houston, Derrell
Thomas W. McWhirter, provide a continuing Von Nell Wilkes of Lake City. Union School Bd.LAKE Foster, $50, for unlawful David Griner, Henry Melvin
survey .
Bureau's Regional
the
director of measure of the economic The Miss Florida Teen-Agei speed. Timmons, Kim R. Ashley, Strawberry Plants
Office in Atlanta, Ga., official state Helen Covington, $50, Marzie DeSue Jenkins,
The is the Mary
Pageant
health of the country.
stressed that no questions will showedthat finals to the Miss National BUTLER Thomas The school policy follows for shoplifting, Wilmer George Edward Castillio. Winter AnnualsVegetable
be asked about party affiliation September survey and Teen-Ager Pageant be held G "Tommy" Mobley won the state statutes requiring that a Tommy Holtzendorf, $26, for Sterling Hubbard Jane
un-
whom a both employment of his fellow principal or his agent (la teacher Charles PlantsNOW
for person Edwin
or continued to rise. in Atlanta, Georgia, August, unanimous support running a stop sign, $26 for Quarles Smith
voted.The survey will providea employment by 1975. board members and will ) has the authority to ad running a red light and $10 Norton Roselle Woods McConnell AT HOSIER'S
profile of the typical Total employment rose serve as chairman this yearon minister corporal punish- court costs for leaving the Lem Berton Hughes, 301 3 WALNUT ST
to Sept
American voter and non- 350,000 from August the Union County School ment. of accident. Joseph Earl Todd.
while the Nation's un information may be take scene an
voter: age, sex, residence, ember, Further Board. Presently, teachers
education, labor force status, employment rate rose to 5.8 obtained by writing Mrs.Sybil Mobley was selected at a students to the office of the
and family income.In percent compared with 5.4 Shaffer, Executive Director, special session of the board principal where the situation
a similar survey fol percent in August. 215 Piedmont Avenue, N. E..,, Tuesday night in which Morris is explained and punishment
lowing the 1972 presidential Information supplied by in Atlanta, Georgia or call area Dobbs was also elected as decided. Cason said that stu
election, about 63 percent of dividuals participating in the code 404-659-4610.The pageantis vice-chairman. dents often choose between T
the civilian population of survey in confidential and open to girls 13 through 1' Mobley was re-elected to the being sent home and taking a &

voting age, excluding persons results are used only to years of age as of August 30, board in this year's election paddling.At :
residing in institutions, were compile statistics. 1975.The along with Donald Dukes and that point, the board
Pam B.Thomas who won over members swapped stories
Ray Powell. about their school days when

Mobley is an English teacher getting a whipping at school
in Lake City now begin- meant another spanking at

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I Are Strawberries Going The Way Of Oranges I I"Is





the strawberry going the and Sea Island Cotton' i'

way of Sea Island cotton and 0: I

f the orange tree changing in BradfordCounty's .,. > ftr

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economy?
from the North to set out a Reddish 2. and Edwin !Starling around $2 per flat to get them
S This question was posed by small "garden patch" for experimental 11,), Except for "garden picked and packed another
i The Telegraph 20 years ago in s purposes.; It was patches" that's about it- $3,200 would be added to the
its issue of Nov. 12, 1954. soon determined that the soil slightly over 30 acres. Last ,cost of growing- a total of
=I and climate of Bradford year's total was around 60 $4,700 investment in an acre of
After two decades of steady County were admirably suitedto acres considered rock: bottomat berries from setting to marketing -
decline in strawberry industry this new (to Florida) luxury that time. Two veteran ,
", since that time the answer crop. growers Oscar Carter and
:::: has got to be a reluctant Luther Milliard are out of the The average price paid
:::;: "yes"barring an unexpected Impressed by Knicker berry business this fal I for the growers through the season
miracle. n+F" bocker's success other first time in 30 or 40 years. last year was $3.50 a fl.it\
growers eager to find a crop which, on a yield of 1,600 flats
:I:1;:: With slightly more than 30 to take the place of their citrus Morris Carter cite rising per acre would mean a gross
:, : acres planted to berries in the trees which were killed or costs of everything that goes income of $5,600 per acre.
:,'; county this fall the upcoming badly damaged by the hard into the finished berry as the Deducting estimated costs of
;':, season will be a far cry from freezes of the 1890's, began to main reason that the, too, $4,700 per acre at today's
::;. the days when it was common I follow suit. might call it quits after: this prices would leave a net profitof
.,:, for strawberry acreage to season. Plants fertilizer, less than $1,000 per acre-
>;, reach 1.200 to 1,500 acres in The first variety of strawberry plastic, and insecticides have even if everything goes well,
:;. any given season, and gross planted here extensively all gone up about ore-third which it seldom does.
::1 f': receipts ranged from $750,000 was the Noonan, a firm over last year's price!!! Carter
:' to million dollars annually. but small berry that carried said. He paid $29.50:: a Another factor in the berry
a
well to the northern markets thousand for his last plants, as decline, cited by Carter, is
', Buyers arrived here in even in those days of non-re compared to around $22 last competition from low-priced
;y:; droves in those days and put frigeration.One season. Time was when plants Mexican berries. The chain
;,r. up at the old Commercial from home-grown "runners" store can buy from Mexico at
Hotel on East Call Street, variety succeeded went for $1 per Uhousand. about $2 per flat, Carter said,
.. remaining throughout the another through those early Plastic is costing $: 7.80 per and won't handle berries
: season. On some days as years in an attempt to find the roll now, as compared!with $24a produced here, even though of
>.; many as 20 railroad cars of perfect berry. Some were roll last year. better quality.
;,,1,, berries rolled from the Starke large but soft. Others carried
v'" and Lawtey platforms for well and had good size, but "I'll have to get $4 & flat for The plight of the berry
:,:: northern markets in a 24-hour wouldn't produce heavily. my berries just to) break grower is summed up by Mrs.
., Finally growers hit on the even," Carter Luther Hilliard who says that
period.
Scenes like this says.
soon be of the in Bradford
may a thing past County where strawberry
Klondike variety and for she and her husband won'tknow
cultivation has been a profitable industry for 100 years. Boys above are shown shooting down
The downward trend of the many years their troubles how to act this spring
Last
the cost of
:.i':': industry dates from World raiding robins In a berry field in the days when pine straw and wire grass was still used as seemed over. It was a "hard"berry an acre year of berries (exclusive growing with no berries to tend, after
instead
mulching of the black plastic used and
today. High costs shortage of labor are forcing
; War II when the constructionof more and more growers out of the business. carried well had good of picking and packing) 38 years of growing them con
Camp Blanding near Starke color and flavor and was a was around $1,200. This year tinuously. "It's become a way
'I' offered local growers their prolific producer. It was the cost will range from $1,500to of life," she saysbut apparently -
: first chance to leave the farm nothing unusual for growers to $1,600 acre with an a way of life that is on
,:' for higher wages and shorter hoped-for comeback of the pine straw the traditional wages and a labor shortage ford County will have lost one pick a quart of berries from a estimated per yield of 1,600, flats the way out in Bradford
:: hours offered by defense industry was heralded in the materials used for protecting that continues to worsen every Of its chief claims to fame single giant bush at one County
I.. acre at a total cost of
: : work. Strawberry acreage early 1960's with the introduction plants from cold and wet. year. picking. per

;,,:, more began growers dwindling left as the more farm and berries of the a Florida new variety 90, and of a Acreage after introduction increased of slightly these If commercial strawberry duced The first here berries almost were 100 years intro- The Klondike reigned .................................... .... ... ....... ... .........

:. and the decline continued until new method of mulching, using improved methods, but growing goes the way of Sea ago by a Lawtey farmer supreme until the 1920's when
':: in 1954 only 100 acres or so black plastic to cover the another handicap hit the industry Island cotton and the citrus named Guy Knickerbocker it showed signs of "playing oaQE W! JLQ f QPaO
were set. beds instead of wire grass andPoint in the form of high industry in this area, Bradwho obtained enough plantsCounty out" in this area and growers I
switched againthis time to By WILLIAM HAAS
the newer popular Mission Veterans Service Officer
ary strain.
,
: The Missionary did well for Each week I am going to she served less than 180 days

:- of, view ............ .......... .. ... .. ... ....... .. ...... .. ... .. ... Agents By : ... another quarter of a century remind you of the January 1, but was released because of
;r_ 1.. producing a plump, sweet 1975 deadline for gettting your disability, which was incurredas
,, Notebook Bobby berry, with good carrying income questionnaire in. a result of such militaryservice.
qualities, but in the mid1950'sit .
Taylor went into decline believeddue We have had a lot.of young
A Tough DecisionPresident to a virus that attackedthe veterans asking about the cur This GI Bill contained a
; plants. rent G.I. Bill.Persons special provision stating that
no benefits would be availableto
I've been"talking a lot lately about the predicament of cattle. Then came the highly. who have served in anyone who was a memberof
admonition $625,000 in a sequence of unrepaid"loans" men. I've suggested several ways that cattlemen can make touted Florida 90, developedby the Army, Navy, Air Force or in the Reserve forces or the
Ford's to Reserves, or
the University of Florida Marine Corps
their operations more efficient to minimize losses National Guard, and who
Congress to "fish or cut bait" in the from Mr. Rockefeller have felt improved management programs.One through experiment station- large, an Army National G ward, frequently reported to active duty for
Rockefeller nomination indicates that obligated to the donor if a question had long berry, with good carrying ask whether they are training purposes only.

the President must be indifferent to arisen where Mr. Rockefeller's objectives of the ways you can help cattlemen, and help guarantee a qualities but less "real strawberry" eligible for any veteran benefits
laws.
I'" serious-questions that have been raisedin and the best interest of the publicdid plentiful and economical supply of beef products in the future is flavor than the Mis under federal Most of these people were
not coincide? to purchase and use.Baby Beef. This is available from in- sionary. called to active duty for either
the confirmation GI Bill,
hearings.It The current provid-
present
dividual cattlemen and several stores in our area. 'four !6r six monthg'alterwhich
FldHda 90's held the spot ing benefits for certain per- they returned home to
is a difficult decision for Congress to Suppose this unlimited wealth had Baby beef is meat from improved beef cattle slaughtered at an light for the next 10 or 12 sons who served In the Armed attend regular drills until

make and one that should not be made been at the disposal of a completely unprincipled age usually less than 14 months. This beef is younger than years, but began to give wayin Forces of the United March States 3, their total military obligationswere
mature beef and older than veal. beef has the early 1970's to the eye came into being on completed.A I.
manwhat might then have Currently, baby a
hastily, in spite of Mr. Ford's urging. when the President
pleasing California variety, 1968
lower ]price tag because it requires less to produce these young
been the corrupting influence of this Public Law 189-358 into
the Sequoia, unmatched signed
animals. And the is in
grow thy supply plentiful since major cattle can generally determine
When Mr. Rockefeller was first nominated grand beneficence? producing states, including Florida, have an abundance of these size and color but even more force. person whether he or she is

we were among those who welcomed animals for slaughter than lacking the in 90.strawberry flavor This law provided!! GI home eligible for Veterans Administration -
the choice because of the leadership Then too is the question of whetherthe loans, educational assistance, benefits by referring to
and obvious qualifications he had spending by Rockefeller and Baby beef will be light red in color the flesh firm and fine If the present decline con medical care and other bene- Item 17 of the Release from
members of his of $14,000,000 in textured. The bone will be slightly soft and creamy red color. the who served on Active Duty Form DD 214.
family tinues Sequoia well fits to
demonstrated 16 may persons
during
as -
... years governor Each package of baby beef in your meat market should be
Reservists
with the! Armed If they were or
be
the last of
of New York State. It is also obvious his election campaigns gave him an labeled with names of retail cuts common to those of mature variety straw active duty honor National Guardsmen, this
unfair advantage over his opponentseven .- beef. However, they will be smaller in size and will less berry grown commercially in Forces and who were
that he stands head and shoulders inability weigh Bradford County. The last ably discharged off released particular item will show
above many men who have held if the money was their own and per cut. remaining "big three" after serving 180 days or "ACDUTKA" or a similar In-

the office of vice president, and perhaps was spent for legitimate purposes. What The young baby beef will be more tender and will contain less growersL.. M. Norman, Jr., more any part of which was dication of active duty for
only, and
above many who will be elected to that moderately financed candidate could offset fat both on the inside and the outside. It will be more economical Morris Carter and Lloyd after Jan. 31, 1955. they training would purposes not be eligible for

office in the future. such an advantage? since the cost per pound is less. And the low fat content will Griff is-- are cutting their this A person might also beeligible Veterans Administration
mean less waste in trimming and cooking. Nutritionally, baby acreages drastically for benefits if 'he or benefits.
Griffis will have
Whatever is the final decision it is one beef has fewer calories (less fat), slightly more protein and a season. only
We also realize the urgency for little moisture than heavier 5Mi or 6 acres as compared to
more more mature beef.
naming a vice president, .and the extremely that Congress and the nation will haveto 10 last season; Norman has

dangerous situation of having a live with for a long long time. Let's Because baby beef is tender juicy and has little fat it requires set six, compared with 22 in
not rush it in of Mr. Ford's im shorter time than 1973; and Carter has 14, down ,
r vacancy in the office while the President spite cooking mature beef. While all baby beef can arr ar {
from last Marcus
.' be prepared similarly to veal, the tender cuts from the rib or 17 season.
is off to which in patience.
on a trip Japan -- a trip Moeeley has 3 acres Gary
loin section can be broiled or roasted if the surface is brushed
view of conditions at home, seems with butter or margarine. However if "well done" meat is
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untimely and ill advised. preferred, pan-frying or braising is recommended. The less b
'Slob'Society tender cuts such as chuck or round, are delicious braised or !
We had complete confidence in the integrity prepared with a marinade. Baby beef as well as all other !! P.cb J !
.; and motives of Mr. Rockefellerat meats, should be cooked at a low to moderate temperature to .
prevent shrinkage and retain the juice for a delicious flavor.
the time of his nomination by Presi- How many beer cans did you see

dent Ford but the questions and answers strewn along the highway on your way The main advantages of baby beef are lower cost per pound, JI300! I
brought out during the televised to work this morning Or perhaps less waste, and more cooked edible meat per pound. There will
Senate hearings have left some nagging you've become so used to seeing them also be more tenderness and the beef will require less cooking
time. The cuts will be smaller because of the smaller
carsasses.
doubts which obviously must be disturbing you didn't even notice. But the numberis The weigh in for steers of

to members of the committee. on the increase, and when cans are Miss Kathy Brown, our Extension Home Economist suggeststhe the FFA and 4-H memberswill
made of aluminum, they won't rust following methods of cooking: be on December 7, 1974. at

For instance, Mr. Rockefeller's initial away.- They remain as a permanent Worthington Springs, Florida.
denial of connection or recollectionof memorial to what has been denouncedby Roasting Roast at low temperature. This eliminates splattersin
any This year the FFA is looking
the oven and cuts down on shrinkage. Brush surface with
circumstances surrounding publica- some as our modern "slob society." butter or margarine, place on rack in open roaster. You may usea for a bigger steer show than
tion of an uncomplimentary book about few strips of bacon,a piece of pork or beef fat to layer over the last year. There were about
Arthur Goldberg at the time Mr. Gold- Sociologists blame the litter-bug habiton top. Roast in a slow oven at 325 degrees F. A meat thermometeris thirty steers from Bradfordand Library Services
Union Counties for the
the only accurate method of determining doneness.
berg was his opponent in a race for all sorts of things; one, our affluent Fair last year. This year there

: governor-and his later recollection and society that pretties up every purchase Broiling Set the range regulator at "broil" or 550 degrees F. are about twenty-five steers Available
:, assumption of full responsibility for pub- in a multiplicity of fancy and largely unnecessary Brush meat with butter or margarine and put meat on a broiler from Bradford County alone. To Isolated
lication of the book. packagingall of which must rack. Place "rack" so that top surface of meat is about 2 inches About twenty-five steers are
'. be discarded before the product can be from heat (greater distance for thicker steaks). Broil with door expected from Union County And DisadvantagedA

,": Mr. Rockefeller's explanation that his used. Also blamed is the "underculture"of closed electricity.if using To gas keep range steaks; leave from door cupping slightly while ajar broiling if broiling slash by There are a lot of steers this

brother, Laurance was induced to Americathe careless people so- outside year and the FFA and 4-H
through fat covering at one-inch intervals. Meat may be new library service to physically and economically
I: finance the book because he thought it called, who just don't care how the broiled in the frozen state, partially or completely thawed. support members of will Bradford be needing and Union the reach disadvantaged and handicapped, and to make

'; would be a profitable investment, simply scenery is cluttered up. County businessmen, civic rurally isolated persons is now people who have been unableto
:: will not wash. Neither will Mr. Rockefel- Pay-frying Pan-frying rather than pan-broiling is recom- organizations and friends of part of the Bradford County use the library aware of the
mended for baby beef because is has little fat. Pre-heat
!. ler's explanation of their efforts to con But underlying it all is total lack in a heavy skillet, add fat, Brown quickly on very both sides. Reduce heat a the FFA to keep up the price Public Library new service.

: ceal the fact that his brother financed large segment of our present society of and cook slowly until done. of the steers to what they were Purpose of the service is to Through the combined

:i the book because they "didn't want to the personal habits of neatness and last year. offer the library's resources to efforts of the library's Mr.

discourage other investors." The con- cleanliness, and the appreciation of Call our office is you have any questions or comments about They all need your supportso such persons as Miss Della Nelson and Mrs. Newman
: Baby Beef please help us to make this Covington. centter above. Miss Covington learned of the
and of ord>
cealment done
: was because they didn'twant beauty r. ,
:
Vision allows new and
one of the best steer shows and impairment library program was

;". the Rockefeller name connected Do Americans really want to admit ,................................................-."........... sales ever. Thank you Miss Covington to read only -checked Issued a library card. She has
; with the book. If the book had been complimentary t books with large type. Above out some Header'sDigest
I: to Mr. Goldberg it would that the Russians have these qualities, -Charles Ferguson Reportermiliii Miss Covington receives her magazines in special

:: certainly not have been published with as well as the Germans, and the Scan first books from the public large type.
: Rockefeller funds. dinaviansbut we do not? We are told library from Gilbert Nelson Delia has attended the Deaf
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that even the subways in Russia are c director of the new program. and Blind School of St.Augustine -

I' things of beauty, not marred by a single Referral the library of Miss was Covingtonto made by and had been back home

eh' Foremost, of course, is the question of cigarette butt, or even a discarded itll I Mrs. Louise Newman of in Mrs.Starke Newman over found a year out before about

/:1 l: the corrupting power of money. candy wrapper. Contrast this with New CUBB Agency's) Neighbor her blindness and informed
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,:j Although Mr. Rockefeller's motives in York City where subway floors are t 0 hood Service Center, right her of the new service.

Ii,: giving huge sums to public officials littered with trash and the walls made gT ma BOBG. FERGUSONJOHN M. MILLER above. Mrs. Martha Minx,
t ,:::1, some elected and some appointed might t hideous with obscene graffiti. CN Publisher The new library department librarian, has many ad-

:: have been purely humanitarian on his Published each Thursday and entered M second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Fie. under Act Federal is funded by Library a one year Grant$11,000 ad ditional large type books on

:$ part, as he says but the gnawing question In Russia, not a discarded beer can, of March 3, 1879 ministered through, the order.he and these will be soon on

j Ii;; remained as to what was the phy- anywhere. In the U. S., beer cans every- Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year. .3.60.1e month. Florida State Library and Nelson library invites shelves. Mr.Interested
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chological effect on the recipients them- whereeven on the tombstones in our Outside trade_area: t7 per year: ...00.1e man"' I operated here by Mr. Nelson. in the program persons to call

selves. Would a man who had received cemeteries! Phone 964-6305: _____ Starke Ra.e I' Purpose Is to extend the'library's .he library at 964-6400 for in-
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I t yr Starke To Install Property ControlSTARKE I


How J much is city previous audit reports for not The bid submitted by Terwill- committee headed by Commissioner
..ay owned property worth? Three having such a system on the egar Motors was for $4,327 Harold Epps.
n million, four million, five, or city's property and equip $30 more than the low bid Rardon is a shop superintendent -
even more? ment," Clerk Merrill Ed- these two being the only bidsreceived. of the maintenance department -
The answer to the questionwill wards said. of the Florida Guardat
;i be provided when a new The commissioners -Donald L. Rardon was Camp Blanding and resideson
1 .. property and equipment unanimously approved the appointed to serve on the City Parker Street in Starke.
record control system is project with the stipulationthat Zoning Board lie will fill the
4 completed.The the cost would not exceed vacancy created by the
city commissioners $2,000. resignation of Pat Farns- Strawberry Plants
unanimously approved at In other actions at worth,the former chairman of
Tuesday's Nov. 19 meeting Tuesday's meeting the com the zoning board who resigned Winter Annuals
engaging the services of Roy missioners: following his appointment to Vegetable PlantsNOW
I Wilson, an inventory specialist -Awarded the low bid for a the Bradford County Zoning
r from Jacksonville. new city police cruiser to Board. AT HOSIER'S
Wilson explained to the Baldwin-Chevrolet Olds at a Rardon was appointed on 301 S. WALNUT-ST
,*a+r M'l commissioners that every net trade-in price of $4,297. the recommendation of a
item of non-expendable property : .,,1
; f( or equipment would be
inventoried for each of the
if;: ;, city's departments. Each item
with a value of $25 or more Buy Your
would be identified by number

V affixed to the property item, a
V. ri ri"r property control record card
would be completed showingits 01d.
identity, value and loca- ion e.
tion. Upon completion of the
project total values of all the 13"
city's property would be F s 0
available as well as those for
au
ii + aA. each city department
"I would estimate the city '
will save in the neighborhood
rt y,. of $25,000 by install-
per year
UY h _V #: 1A A ing and maintaining the Cahe
property control system," DEEP
:. V INTNE
s Wilson said. BAKED I CCOROINGSOU1"
"At this point I do not know /
how long it will take to com FAMDUSOLDSOIliNEpN 04tp FAI H CUSQw. /

plete the inventory or it's ...,. ...r rr.
value but off-hand it appears
that your values of money
This Is a Southslde Elementary Kindergarten class whichIs Nazworth Gene Powell, Darold McRae, and Paul Hornsby; invested in equipment will
studying Indians and helped make this setting and the middle, kneeling: Shaun Schmidt, Bambi Nettles. Bobby reach four or five million. From The Starke Civitan Club
I costumes along with the help of their teacher Mrs. Mary Jackson, Adrienne Weltz, Margaret O'Neal, Clifford We'll just have to wait and see
Agnes Ferguson.The Jackson, and Angela Legear; front, sitting: lUcky about the total figure when the
students are standing: Darrell Rich, Kanny Sun- McLaugain.Laurie Whitehead Tammy Lynn, Johnny Clark, job has been completed," At The Following Locations. .
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dusadee, Steven Rapp Sherrie Carlton, Randy Smith, Larry David Williams, and Billy Miller. Wilson said.
"Mow much is this going to

I Girl's AtieticsNew Band Uniforms Approved By UC School BoardLAKE cost sioner the Jimmy city?" asked McRae.commis- Winn Dixie Holiday InnKoch's

"Since no record exists on
BUTLER An expanded another school bus routeoriginating beginning November 15, with awarded a commorative which to base an estimate I Garden Restaurant Drugs
athletic program for ; in Worthington the church contributing $50 plaque to school board really don't know, but I would -
girls and new uniforms for the Springs because of over per month toward utilities and member Ray Powell for his think the job can be completed Kentucky Fried Chicken
high school band were approved crowding in that area and other expenses. term of service with the school for about $2,000," Wilson
by the Union County revised bus routes 5 and 12 be -Chairman Ray Crawford, board which expires replied.
School Board! Tuesday, cause of a sparsity of pupils in on behalf of the School Board, November 19. "The city has been cited in
November 12. the Palestine and Providence
Cost estimates for the newly ,. .1
approved progra m were set at areas.Approved an increase in
15562. $7,500 will be used for personnel positions by one for
purchase of new uniforms for a kindergarten aide.A .
the Union County' High School memorandum agree
Band and $2,5>00 for new ment for the use of the cafe-
musical instruments. toriumat the Lake Butler Ele.
$5,562 will be reserved for mentary School by a newly 4,4
the girl's athletic program. organized Baptist Church was
According to.a letter sub- approved for a 90 day period
mitted to the Board by JamesL.
Tylk, principal of Union UC School ,x 4 s Mw ,
County High School expendI-
tures will include $1,898\ for
volleyball, $976 fer basketball, ArchitectList
$878 for softball, $1.389 for
track and $421 for golf in thegirl's OK'd
program.
Cost estimates included
LAKE BUTLER The
amounts to be expended for School
Union County Board
new equipment, uniforms,
the of an
approved report
and
supplies transportationand
evaluation committee namedto
$2,100 for supplemental the board with a list
coaching new salaries underway.to get the of provide architectural firms with Bradford County TelegraphPresents
program whom the board would negotiate -
The Board, in approving the architectural services and
girl's expanded athletic
program, had tine support of fees.The
committee at the

three Morris members Dobbs and: Ray Ray Powell Crawford -, board's regular November meeting 12, held sub :

( with members Donald Tuesday R
Dukes and Tommy Mobley mitted the names of Craig Special
opposing. Salley & Associates of Gaines
ville, the board's present architect -
In other matters at the Nov. ; Thorsen and Wallace
12 meeting, the board: Associates of Jacksonville and
Approved the appointment Schaefer & Associates of
of Mrs. Eileen Brunner, Orange Park as the architec-
Librarian at the Lake Butler tural firms to be listed in one, Christmas Shopping
Middle School, and other non. two, three order. :
instructional appointments as The board's first selection
recommended by Supt. was tabled November 12 at the
Jimmy Cason. suggestion of board member
-Approved a report of the with the
Tommy Mobley
Esther King Bemevolent Trust stipulation that final approvalof
used for Memorial Scholarships the board would be made at : v Edition
awarded to graduate the re-organizational meeting
FY Q
students of the Union County held Tuesday November 19.
High School. The report in- Final I approval of the list c 44444 4'w I
dicated that a total of 62 came following a motion by '" 44444! .
students had used a total of member Ray Crawford to approve ti.. ,
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$55,337 in schola rship funds on the evaluation com- 5 1974
awards of $123,987 through mittee's report in the one, two, D e c.
October 31, 1974, with $47,150 three order-meaning the k. r !
in unencumbered funds remaining first firm named, Craig Salley j
in the award fund. & Associates of Gainesville, .
-Approved the addition of board's architect t{I ,
the present *' !
would have the first oppor- NrL NY. Our Shopping Edition Preceeds
{ N.{
with the NO.
tunity to negotiate N.{ No.
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board on fees and services. In N. .
I' The Annual Christmas Parade &
the event that a mutual agree. \
ment cannot be reached on
fees and services the numbertwo
firm will then have the opportunity Merchants Auction Dec. 7I

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board.Vet In a typical case, the
NewsMake veteran named his mother as
Ask i beneficiary when he first took
out his policy. When he
certain the right married, he forgot to notifyVA
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reminder to 200,000 Florida unwarranted financial
veterans covered under its hardship, especially! for his -
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programs. l

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not
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policy is no longer ficiary of record. Most of the
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KH AirportSite ......................................12 Smashups Occur In Area But No One Seriously Hurt ......................................... I


RAIFORD Two drivers Deborah G. McCullough. Starke,who was attempting to his insurance company Holt Damage to the right front of off as total losses after a col highway Cruger's vehicle was
OkayedFor and two passengers were Lake Butler, on Sunday, pass the turning vehicle. zendorf returned to Starke Kramer's car was$200. And to lision that occurred Friday hit broadside by a 1968 Volks-
shaken up and slightly injuredin November 10, traveling Northon Police Officer J.L. Howard and was charged with runninga the left side of Henry's night, November 15, at 10 wagen driven by Robert
a two car collision occurring SR-229 seven miles north- estimated damages to the left stop sign running a red Plymouth $2,000, according to p.m.,on US-301 south near SR- Frank Bates, 31, of Lawtey.
IndustryKEYSTONE in Raiford Monday west of Starke near the SR-235 front of the Buick at $350 and light, and leaving the scene of the accident report filed by 100 A. Both vehicles were damaged
afternoon, November 18, intersection, entered a curveon to the right rear of the Olds at an accident, according to Police Officer J.L. Howard. James Cruger, 50, Starke beyond repair.
HEIGHTS shortly befor 5 p.m. the roadway causing a one $375. Driver of the Buick was Police Officer G.A. The accident occurred was headed north on 301 ano Police Officer Kenneth
Art Kiefer, a member of the Accident reports were filedon year old child to fall from the charged with failure to yield Tomasovitch's report. Thursday November 14, wanted to go south to Gainesville Carlton, who investigated the
Bradford County Zoning 11 other accidents duringthe front seat of the vehicle. rightofway.On Damages to the three about 3 p.m. in his 1963 Dodge. Pulling accident,charged Cruger with
Board and an engineer with past! week. Four by the Reaching for the baby the Tuesday, November 12, vehicles was set at$1,000. $600 Two vehicles were written into the crossover and onto the violation of rightofway.U.S. .
Sperry-Rand in Gainesville, Florida Higbway Patrol and driver lost control of the auto about 9 a.m., Wilmer Tony to Holtzendorf's Ford, $100 to
has obtained approval of a 20- seven by the Starke Police De which started rolling. It Holtzendorf,79, Lake Geneva, the Hudson's Buick and$300 to 301 N. STARKE, FLA.
year lease on 1.8 acres of landat partment. Nobody was traveled 99 feet before comingto driving a 1962 Ford north on the Milner's Plymouth. S&W MUFFLER SHOPS
the Keystone Airport for seriously injured in any of the stop with damages estimated Water Street ran a stop sign Frederick Henry Kramer,
light industrial use. smashups. at $500 to the right and crashed into the right 81, Starke was charged with INDEPENDENT DEALER
The Keystone Heights Coun- According to an accident front of the vehicle. front of the 1963 Buick drivenby failure to yield right-of-way
cil approved Kiefer's proposalfor report filed t by Trooper K.G. Trooper D.C. Roberts Louise Diggs Hudson, 36, following a collision at the intersection .
construction of a plant at Etheridge of the Florida High- charged the driver with Starke. Holtzendorf not of Orange and Q ij 1 -l
the airport for the fabricationof way Patrol, a 1973 Ford having no valid driver's stopping after the first Lafayette Streets in Starke.
steel tubing. pickup truck being driven by license. collision, continued north on Kramer driving a 1973
Kiefer will utilize one of the Sidney Starling, 58, of Richard Edwin Lightner, 19, Water Street and ran the red Chevrolet after stopping for II @
old existing concrete pads at Raiford, was traveling weston Jacksonville, on Saturday, light at the Call Street the stop sign at the Intersection BRAKES
the Airport (former founda- SR-121, when the driver at- November 16, traveling northon crossing and crashed into a proceeded south on MUFFLERS SHOCKS
tion of a warehouse building) tempted to make a left turn off US-301 six miles south of second vehicle a 1971 Orange and struck the east. STARTERS
and erect a Butler-type steel of the highway onto a parkingarea Starke 70 feet south of the SR- Plymouth, driven by Hilda bound 1974 Plymouth of GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 ELECTRIC
building. He hopes to be in of a Raiford grocery 221 intersection crasned his Smith Milner, 40, of Starke. Patrick Alexander Henry, 31, ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS
production by February" 1. store. Before completing the 1970 Volkswagen residence After reporting the accident to Starke on Lafayette Street.
The plant will purchase flat improper turn Starling's truck vehicle into the rear of an unoccupied .-- -
stock and shape and weld it was hit in the right side by the 1968 Kenworth truck
into steel tubing for use in oil oncoming eastbound 1968 parked and disabled on the 0 keysro
well operations with certain Chevrolet operated by Mary right side of the highway. 5 a 5 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
chemicals. The tubing will be Lee Brown, 30( of Lawtey. On After the impact the residence Saare :.e /S'
produced in a continuous line impact the force of the collision vehicle continued its course 'Gr 61 ;o ,
from a machine which will shoved the truck sideways and overturned into a ditch t>c 0
require only one operator. causing it to overturn and caught on fire. Trooper n'' Of Starke Florida Inc. 2r
Kiefer says he intends to start and land in a ditch, coming to W.M. Abrams estimated total :1"r\)
production with only one a stop bottom side up. damage to the vehicle at "Peddlers Home Center"Is;>
machine, with plans to installup Both drivers and two of four $1,800 and$100 to clothing and Specials \)
to five eventually.The passengers in the Brown car bedding destroyed by the fire.
lease proposal, which were carried to the Bradford Lightner was charged with
carries an escalation fee sche- County Hospital for treatmentof careless driving.
dule, calls for $100 monthlyrent injuries sustained in the The 1973 Datsun of Sandra Sale Starts Nov. 21 Ends Nov. 30Pine
for the first year and a accident after which they Hogg Gentry,19,Alachua and
three percent increase (on were released. the 1966 Ford of Leonard V.
monthly rates) for each of the Damages to the Ford truck Moore, Jr., 16, Starke ran together
succeeding years. The opera- were estimated at $1,600 and Wednesday November 4
tion will be under the name of to the Chevrolet $800. 6, when both drivers were attempting Plywood
Keystone Tube Co., Kiefer Driver Starling was to make a right turn
charged with making an off of East Call Street onto I
said.Kiefer has been a long-time improper turn. North Water Street at the
employee of the Gainesville Truck driver Roland Truett same time. Police Officer
Sperry plant which is now Williams 27,Gainesville, was W.S. Rhoden estimated Bargain
being phased out. charged with speeding; too fast damages to each vehicle at :
for road conditions Wednesday $75.The
Eagle Scouts November 6, by Trooper 1968 Buick pulling a
J.R. Hobbs of the Florida trailer and operated by FrankK. Corner C
McWilliams, 65, of West- E12
Highway Patrol. 1x4 Boards L.F. '
Square Edge
Invited To Form moreland City,Penn., ran into \
Williams, driving a 1973 the rear of the 1968 Chevroletof 4'x8' Sheets
Adult Division GMC truck and trailer southon IMS Boards 11
US-301 near the SR-233 in- Corabell O. Rostance 66, of Square Edge L.F.
Stanton, Ontario, Wednesday "Sanded"
E. tersection during a heavy November 6, about 2
Bennett Congressman and Judge Charles Harold rain the ran off the when right his side truck of the Rostance vehicle p.m.was as Framing 8' 10' 12' 14' 16'2x4

Clark have announced that a started highway skidding on the wet attempting to turn off of US- 1/4" A. C. $629 ;
"gathering of Eagles" will be 301 into the Bradford Square :
the vehicle
held Sunday, December 1, 2 back pavement.onto Pulling the road it then shopping center. Both ve- 79' ,Sp4Sp8 Sp9 $231
Room, Sea- hicles were traveling south on "
p m., Wilmington skidded the median "
board Coastline Building, across US-301 and wet pavement con- 3/8" A.C. $7992x6
Jacksonville.. strip traffic and lane into then the back northbound across tributed to the rear end col s167 s207 $29 S289 $34412"A.
Invited are all holders of the lision. Police Officer Jules
the median strip. Finally,
Scout badge and their Eunice estimated damages of
Eagle ladles. 300 after feet traveling the vehicle a distance jacknifedand of $35 to the front end of the C. $ Q 59 2x8 $345 $459
Buick and the end
The meeting will serve as $400 to rear
.
to causing
came a stop
of the Chevrolet.
the initial organizational stepin
forming an adult division of and damages trailer.of $1,000 to the truck "On Friday, November 8, Cedar Lumber
the National Eagle Scout As- about 5:45: p.m., the south- ''A
Chevrolet truck of
The
sociation in the North Florida 1967 bound 1968 Oldsmobile of Use 3/4"A. C. $1249'
Council. The youth divisionhas Frank, traveling A. Davis north, 29, on Hawthorne SR-- Teahrling Griffis, 48, Starke Framjng 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' r
been active for some time, struck the left rear of the eastbound .
according to Judge Clark, and 100 three miles north the of SR-18 Keystone 1971 Plymouth of Henry $ 49
Heights near 2x4 $109 1 $179 $219 $249Shee.tln'g'
all Eagles under 18 years of intersection, went out of control Alton Lawson. Starke at the
age are also invited to the Call Street and US-301 Inter-
December 1 meeting. Wednesday night, section causing damages of
Bennett and Clark are both November 7, about 11 p.m. $150 to the front of the Olds Free
Eagles Bennett has been and left the highway travel- and $275 to the left rear of the Delivery I
distance ot :300 teet on the
ing a
awarded the DistinguishedEagle Plymouth, according to the
After
Award by the National right shoulder.the vehicle to the returning accident report filed by Police MOO00 or More On These Items
Council, B.S.A., for outstanding Officer Kenneth Carlton.
service to the country. To roadway it overturned five Clara McCloud Cohens, 49, $449
receive the award you must times before coming to rest on Starke, driving a 1970 Buick, 3/8" CDX f
its side the left shoulder of
have been an Eagle for at on Saturday November 9, at- Panelling -.I
least 25 :years., Ross Allen has SR100.
to make left turn
Trooper L.G. Manning estimated tempting a
been the Dis- $499
also presented the speed of the ve- off of SR-16 onto the Old 1/2"
Award. CDX
tinguished Eagle hicle at 70 mph and damagesat Lawtey Road was hit by the While It: Last: 1st Come 1st Serve
$2,000. Davis was charged 1967 Oldsmobile operated by
with careless driving.At Elizabeth Ann Scott 16, $699 4x8 Sheets
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this time of year, we uncovered pan at 325 degreesF. ,
MARVIN : pause to give thanks for all the depends on the ready-to- Reg. S 99
many blessings we have enjoyed cook weight: 8-8 pounds,2Vi to Oak 3.5 MM Bungalo ; 2
.MONTE+ : this past year. 3a> hours; 8-12 pounds, 3 to 4 Antique $443 Ea.
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frozen turkey in the refrigerator. prepare it according to the /
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easiest and safest way to
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; easier to feed a crowd when
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November 21, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page 13p' I



35-14 To UpRecord To 71STARKE ,


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illy Orange Park had the three longest gainersin hasn't let teams have the ball was good and the gap was Prevatt scrambled around'
kri held the ball two times for the drive with runs of 11, for long periods of time much closed to 12-7 with 53 secondsleft right end for an 11 yard gain
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long periods and scores but seven and eight yards. It took this year, and according to in the first half. and a first down: Reddish
,, i-._ Bradford High gridders still the Tornadoes 14 plays in sideline mummur OP hasn't BHS got the kick off in the broke around left end on first I
rolled 35-14 by the Raiders last about seven minutes to score. been able to hold the ball. second half and drove hard down and was just short of
;,f Friday night. BUS drove down to the OP The Raiders started from from the BHS 35 yard line to another first down. Then Hull .
r illy Now the Tornadoes have 17 yard line before Reddish their own 14 yard line and the one yard line of OP before burst through left tackle for 10*
two more games to make broke loose up the middle and ended with a six yard sprintby Reddish leaped over for the yards and a first down. $
playoffs. BHS is 7-1 for the dodged tackles for 17 yards for Calvin Suggs for the score. TD. Big Red covered the distance A personal foul call again'
season so far while the the second BHS touchdown OP's main weapon was the in nine running plays OP put the ball half the dis-.
+ Raiders were pushed down to with 10:51: left in the first half. outside run by quarterback taking only four minutes to tance to the goal from the 20 to
341. Raiders got the kick and Ronnie Flowers.This with the score. the 10 yard line with a first'
( I r Bradford High led 6-0 in the again controlled the ball running of Suggs kept the OP Hull started the runningwith down. Then Reddish rammed:
first quarter, after recoveringa against the BHS defense for 10 drive alive. After the Suggs( gains of six and three five yards then four yards to*
__ Raider fumble. Tommy minutes and a score.Bradford score, Mike Murphy's EPK yards. Then on third down put the ball at the one yard
Reddish ran 19 yards in the second line.Reddish
quarter for a 12-0 BHS then made his one
halftime lead. Reddish's one- yard leap for another BHS.
__ yard leap and Quarterback score with 8:04: left in the third
Jimmy Prevatt's run for two quarter. Prevatt raced around
points made it 20-7 in the third right end for the two point'
__ period.Another long drive and conversion to make the score'
Ronnie Brown's pick-up of an 20-7 p
t ,t .r i ,. 4 f r 4a OP fumble on the kickoff gave Orange Park after the BUS,
; M1 BHS 15 points in the fourth :, score, again controlled the
'. period and the 35-14 win. ball, this time for about eight
pf '7, .y,P1e _
(ri Orange Park scored with 53 minutes.
; seconds left in the first half, The Raiders started at the
'ir'k, after a long drive, the score 20 yard line after a touchbackon
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L : Y ,, ll 1 1Ir, coming on a six-yard run by the kick. On first down
d dtuy:. wid Mr. Speed, Calvin Suggs. Fletcher McKinney went
Nobody could catch Suggs seven yards over right guard.
This Is Bradford's Girls cross country team that placed third at the District meet last when he broke loose in the Then a 15 yard personal foul
I 11 Saturday. They are, front ((1-r): Lynn Pierce, Linda Kichardson, and Debbie Mitchell; back fourth period for a 60-yard TD call against BHS put the ball.
rows: Jennifer Jockel, Ruth llazen and Mary Ormsbee. run for the second Raider TD. out to the 46 yard line with a..
i'l" Tommy Reddish led the first down.
Tornado attack, scoring four OP drove with a running
of five touchdowns and attack the BHS defense had
rushing 119 yards in 26 trouble containing. Then near:
Number carries. Reddish leads the Big .. the end of the third period the;,
TwoTigersShake Sun Conference in scoring and ..... .... defense finally jelled and held,
punting. He has a total of 74 I the Raiders for four downS::'
points and is averaging 38-4 and a turnover at the six yard;
yards perunt.Bradfor line. After BBS's first play the;'
Williston opened scoring in third period was over. .
Up the first quarter on a one yard BHS wasn't doing bad with.
leap over right guard by running but penalties held.
i s Reddish. The drive was short uicitt back and BHS waS::
after a fumble recovery by Donnie Sewell Is open In the end zone for a Jimmy Prevatt pass to give BIIS a two point
Mark Hildreth on the OP 25 conversion against Orange Park last Friday night In Starke. (See Page: III)

,1 42-0 yard line. iOn
, Friday NightRanked first down Matt Hull ran Chicken & Rice
seven yards up the middle
then was held the next play to Supper Set For Don't Let The?
number two class Devils stay winless at 08. games Union has played have one yard. Reddish went eight
AA in the state, Union High The Tiger defense held been shut outs. yards over left tackle on third Eastside Game
gridders still have a perfect Williston to 103 yards total offense While the defense has been down to move the ball to the Cold! Catch You
.. season after handing host while the powerhouseUnion busy holding the other teams, nine yard line with a first The Chicken and Rice
Williston a 42-0 shut out last offense rolled up 438 the offense has been busy down. Supper sponsored by the
Friday night."Williston yards rushing and 92 yards running over teams averaging Reddish then went a tough Bradford High All-Sports Club
was pretty weak passing. 41 points per game. "We have three yards up the middle on will be held this afternoon
and they, have a bunch of Senior runningback Curtis six backs that are averagingover first down followed by a five (Thursday, Nov. 21)) starting '
yound players," says (Head Sirmones scored one touch- six yards a carry and this yard run up the middle at :y at the Bradford High I
, Tiger Coach Jack Jones. down and kicked three extra is a credit to our offense," Beaver DeSue to put the ball School Football Stadium.
"We were pleased that all 40 points. He only played for half says Coach Jones. at the one yard line. Tickets are $1.25 for adults
of our players got to play a of the game.Teammale. Billy King led the Tiger defense Reddish powered a half and 75 cents for all students in
I good bit." Andy Howardwas this week with 17 tackles yard on third down then got Bradford County. Q
This moves Union's victory selected by the Coachesas and assist, although he was the other half on fourth down Menu for the dinner will 0se11
record to nine while the Red the most outstanding out for the last part of the for the first BHS score. The consist of chicken and rice, CT
player on offense this week. game. extra point kick by Jimmy candied yams, green beans
Firearms Howard rushed for 119 yards This win gave Union the title Prevatt was to the left and no and rolls. Drinks may be pur
Safety and scored two touchdowns. to District 3 and a berth in the good and BHS had a 6-0 lead chased from the concession
Linebacker Freemon White state playoffs. Next week the with 7:27: left:in the first quar- stand on the Southeast end of
Program Held was the defensive player of Tigers play their last season the stadium which is operated -I 'i1TUtL[ ;!I Iby J 00 (iJ 0
the week, his most impressiveplay game when they travel to ter.OP got the kick off and was the All-Sports Club.
a fumble pick up and Santa Fe for one of the quickly forced to punt from its Proceeds from the dinner _
ByJayceesThirteenyearold
sprint to the goal line for the toughest tests this year. 33 yard line. BHS took over will go toward purchasing f :
Jeff only defensive score of the "Our offensive line did a again, this time at its own 18 letter jackets for all-sports filflfl LJLw: U Jfil.:.:LJ f"ilI7lGJTJand
Wainwright won the BB-gun night. great job of power blockingand yard line. to the two athletic
firing contest in the Jaycee The Tiger defense has been executed real well," says BHS got the ball and starteda banquets that are held duringthe
Shooting Education Program holding its opponents to an Coach Jones. "This is one of consistent running drive, school year. 603 S Walnut St. SB4-624G Starkewill
Saturday, Nov. 9, at the new average of two points per the major reasons we can run sparked by the running of The next meeting of the club
Florida National Guard Ar- game. Seven of the nine through defenses." Hull Reddish and DeSue. Hull be held on Monday.
mory on Edwards Road.
- -
Some 20 youngsters participated -

in the program sponsored 137 Deer Killed

the manufacturing U.S.by Daisy Jaycees.company, the air Deputy,rifle and CAMP BLANDING Some spike and one six. pointer.. !_Both.. Bad cock Home Furnishing Center Of Starke 7Oel?'iItIt' e'1- -a'1-ff

killed in the still hunt
Sheriff John Dempsey instructed 3.000 hunters bagged 137 buck were
the boys on firearm deer in the first nine days of allowed.area where no dogs are 128 S. Walnut St.Contemporary. 984528927K
safety and law. the 1974 hunting season in the
Shatz estimates that about
The group was divided by Camp Blanding Wildlife ESTABLISHED 1M4 _
age and the boys fired BB Management Area, accordingto 3,000 hunters were in the LA Z '
52,000 acres of hunting area in 1
guns on a l5-foot target Wildlife Manager Jim -
the first ,041 sill
M
Camp Blanding paaltxfN/a1
Shatz.
course, the same course usedin
The kill, three than in weekend of the season, Nov. t- I Wf GUARANTtf
national competition, according more ?th';;'
to Starke. Jaycee the first nine days last year, 16-17. I SATISFACTION
Robert Foster. included two albino deer, a "It goes down fast after the >- | RECIINALL -
first weekend," Shatz says. k f 1
I t-
ROCKER
.1 If A estimates there are tome ; t Transitional
200 hunters n'the camp; ; now k I Fr (i.nl'r ..l RECLINA-
on weekdays and 800 to 1,000on Wood atop with
weekends. padded top capsChannel lr 1 ROCKER
t >. ] attached back. 1.
Racks and reclines. In lock at wall atrtKlInei.
had increase in
l.OO Blanding an Olive or Gold tweed Attached
the number of hogs killed in m or combination of Black pillow back In Gold
the first nine days. This is the naugahyde and Black or Oliv V.!v.jt, Gold
i.' yy nylon or Whit Horculon tw..d or
only period hogs can be ""-- nougahyd and Whit Ollv naugahyd.
hunted in Blanding. 29 hogs nylon. .
I were killed this year and 14
I, were taken last season. '17995 ;: 4 $19995
During the first nine days
FOR '
there were 11,073 hunter visits 'h,1j I Compare 01 SIl'.95 ", %' J' Compare at $219.93
.
through the gates but there {- MWwr + ,o'Y
has only been about 3,000 kilr trW__ .*- -, HERCULONT
Blanding permits purchasedthis

year.Other .animals taken this

1O year were 307 gray squirrels,
21 fox squirrels, five rabbits fy
and two quail.Decrease Early American :' Traditional\ ,

in game harvested LA-Z-lOUNGER LA-Z-
the second week is not
_
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unusual and is attributed to LOUNGER *
YOUR PIZZA HUT the increased activity in the The complement perfect chair yowr to $ Big man's chair with
diamond tufrnd
wildlife area, according to Lt. tornAmerican decor.Featuf s attached pillow, bock k'" ;
Lawrence Rassingnol information ". rolled, arm. L y
lull foam rubber Mat
NEEDS PENNIESBRING high back with button gyn.,' and chaico f
officer for the Game tufted pillow. AvailableIn '. of Oiv( r4
Commission in Jacksonville.The 011...or Gold itrlpa naugohyds Httrculon to,or.'Gold. '
Game Commission has and diva or Hut print.

THIS AD AND 1 0 PENNIES TO received anti-gun some and criticism anti-hunters from x(0 995 779 r h, ,

THE STARKE PIZZA HUT FOR 81,00 from reports given in the past
which emphasized the game Compare at $199.95 Compo. at $119.95
OFF ANY MEDIUM OR LARGE SIZE PIZZA kill, Rassingnol said. Such

(One Coupon per Pizza) reports have of a slaughter given the during impression -

hunting season. '
WI SMVI MOM PUZ4 1HAHAntroM Blanding is one of the worst Adc About
iui IN raf wom IPIzz4 hunt areas for violations due
915 N. to the uneducated hunters. Lay A Way .ry '
y'/ ,
Many hunters will shoot at a yy'' Two.
Starke TemPle. deer then look to se if it islegaf with ryroA.any.. -
111rT Rassingnol says. If it Is
a buck the hunters carry it Now For Christmasr TRAYN3r
away. If they find a doe, the
OFFER EXPIRES SUNDAY. DEC. 1ST. carcass Is left where it nhu m tr lu,. aso.
dropped.
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JVGridders Still Best Offensive Execution I


Puts BHS 35-14 By Raiders

Have Most Winning Team good- job,..,.. commented

After taking Orange Park yards In eight carries Hughes. In a 6-1 defense all offensive .
35.14 last Friday night, Brad- "neddish had another good linemen have
a man
Records ford IIIgh grldders have two night running and DeSue" did a lined up on them.
InBradJord's more games to win before good job running, says and BUS defense's major breakdown .
making It to the district play- Hurse. "Jimmy Clark came on a 60 yard sprint
block-
offs, facing Eastside tonight Matt Ilull did fine jobs
Almost all the way unde- game but in the last game year even more determined." (Thursday, Nov. 21)> and ing and (Hull also ran the ball by OP quick man Calvin
feated Bradford High's junior against Buchholz we had a The team was treated to a North Marion next Wednes- well" Suggs for a Raider score,
varsity gridders made it to the breakdown in the kicking steak dinner at the Starke Golf ; t- day night, Nov 27. Bradford's biggest problem "Anytime a team can execute
last game undefeated, before game and it gave them a and Country Club when the ; The Tornadoes are riding a during the game was that OP a wishbone offense at all they
Buchholz dampened BIIS's cheap touchdown," says season ended. This was (, 7-1 record so far this season, changed to an unbalanced line are going to move the ball and
hopes U-lZ. Coach Hatcher. arranged by the parents and k the only loss to Buchholz in the and the BuS defense could not with a man like Suggs they are
The Baby Reds ended the Jackson Prevatt did an out- the Country Club.'Defensively second of the season adjust until the second half expected"to break at least one
game
year with a 6-1 record, still the standing job at quarterback I thought they Besides BIIChholz, the team Twice the Raiders held the big one, says Hurse.
most winning JV team BITS this year, according to Hat- did a good job all year long coming closest to beating BIIS ball for long periods of time to "I was disappointed in the
has had. About 15 years ago cher. Prevatt threw nine We bad a lot of aggresiveness when most yardage second and third quarters
was Macclenny a score, getting
HIlS came out with a 4-0-2 touchdown passes for the which led to our success," Prevatt extra In end when OP was drivihg on us,
Jimmy point on sweeps
record the best before this but in the last quarter we held
year says Defensive Coach Roger the final seconds put BITS in a Prevatt threw the ball only
year Kenny Aycox was the top Chilson. 15-14 winning position twice during the game and one them once below the fourth
Three of the JV's wins were running buck, totaling 1,500 High points of the season for "We had our best offensive was completed to tight end yard line for a fourth down,"
shut outs, one 22-0 over yards rushing. Backs Earl the BITS defense was shutting execution of the year against Donnie Sewell in the end zone comments Defensive Line
tavored Palatka South The Biggs, Charles Revell and out Palatka South and beating e Orange Park We scored for a two point conversion. Coach Mike Sexton
other two saw BUS go over Roger Bennett all had good Gainesville High School, ac- time we had the ball except "Although we only threw "They ran a formation that
Eastside 16-0 and North seasons. cording to Chilson. every once and when the twice, I thought Prevatt executed we had not worked on at prac-
Marion 32-(). The BUS defense The same four offensive Starters on the defensive players went in at the well and had several tice and we had to make the

gave up only six points per backs played in the defensive line were Franklin Bell, Dave younger last of the game," says Head good runs off tackle," says proper adjustments which ac-
game while the team scored a secondarr. The group made 10 Dailey, Jay Godwin, Marty BITS Football Coach David Coach lIurse counted for them being able to
total of 158 points interceptions for the year. Russell, John Sheering, Bobby Hurse "Our secondary played real move the ball at first," says
"I think this is a fine job by "They did an outstanding job Smith, Keith Carter, Lee A. wtaa "The offensive lines execu- well and this is where we had Sexton.
the offense. As far as the defensive on the pass and did a real good Casey and Kevin Kruger last But this Scott Pooser and Dwight
like it let down
tion was year.
was great, a
performance is concerned job containing the run," says "These people were outstanding Tommy Reddish glides over the goal line for a BITS touchdown Fernandina Beach. they are hanging In there Barber led BITS in tackles
last Friday night against 01' after a I?yard run. against year six each while
I think it has been out. lIatcher. al year, concluded They were opening holes for and getting in the right place with Early
standing this year," says "I am real proud of the kids. Chilson, our runners,'- says Coach at the right time," says Hurse Chandler made five and David
Head JV Coach Harry Hatcher. They started outlast year to Hurse Two offensive linemen McMillian, Sheldon lodge
be the best JV team at BITS Tigers To Face Running through those holes played outstanding games for and Jimmy Clark each made
"Throughout the year the and they came close to being Mail Without was senior runningback BIIS. Tommy Edwards and four.
team has stayed away from undefeated," says Hatcher. "1 Tommy Reddish who led the Donnie Sewell together
major mistakes in the kicking think they will come back next Prepaid Postage with three blocks the
Raiders Tornadoes in rushing a missed only Racing Tuxes
Friday total of 122 yards in 23 carries entire night.
Reddish also scored four of "We had super games from

Hunsi"ger To Represent Will No Longer Already the 1974 title holder has this on his mind. Santa Fe BHS's touchdowns, He leads Edwards and Sewell, the best" Up Over '73
I of the Suwannee is 5-4 so far this season. the Big Sun Conference in they have played this year,
Be Delivered Conference with 74 and in OffensIVe Line Coach Bill TALLAHASSEE If In-
and Class AA District Last year the Tigers beat scoring points: says -
BHS 1" State CC Meet Union High gridders will Three face, Santa Fe in a 23-20 squeaker, punting averaging 38.2 yards Hughes "The last two games flation has curbed betting at
The U.S. Postal dis-
Service
have been won because of the Florida race tracks can'ttell
tough test this put in front by a Curtis Sir- per punt. you
Kirk }Hunsinger will represent dividual winner" of the meet continued delivering mail on when a they travel Friday to Santa night Fd mones field goal. Next in rushing was impres- performance of the front from looking at the tax:
Bradford High School in with a time of 13:18: just 33 which there is no postage for the last regular "Santa l"e Is a great team sive Matt null, gaining 66 line." figures, Comptroller Dud
the State Cross Country meet seconds from fifth place starting Sunday, November season and they have been playing yards in nine carries to aver- Next week we will be facing Dickinson says.Dickinson .
at Sandalwood High School in Hunsinger. 17, according to Postmaster game Union will play the District the state powers," claims age 7.33 yards per attempt. another 6-1 defensive team. said that pari-
Jacksonville this Saturday "He has done an outstanding T.C Postmaster Hazen. Hazen said tile Four champions December 6. Jones "We are mainly con- Beaver DeSue rushed for 47 We will have to do another mutuel (race track) tax col-
after placing fifth in the District job this year and his goal instituted The Tigers will play the cerned with this game lections are up from the same
meet in Gainesville last has been to make state," says new policy the was high costs winner of the Crescent City- because we would like to go 10- period last year and thatFlorida's
Saturday. Cross Country and Track being incurred by the Postal Bunnell game to be played o for a season." EllS Takes Raiders...... 67 counties don't
lIunsinger placed fifth in the Coach Grover Howard. "He this Friday Coach Jones has been have to worry about lost
Service in its night
course at Santa Fe Com- has a positive attitude and he attempt to receiving letters from Santa (From Page 13)) revenues from betting.
deliver such mail. Officials
munity College hosted by believes in his ability to run estimate that such costs total "I am proud that we made it 'I', where he coached a few forced to punt from the 25 by David McMillian and BUS Counties receive an equal
Buchholz with a time of 13:51: against those who are physically million to the playoffs but they are not years back and took them to yard line. controlled the ball for most of portion of tax on pari-mutuel
minutes The first five indivi- faster" approximately. $18 my main concern yet," says the state playoffs, saying that OP had a first down at the 40 the remainder of the game, wagering. Dickinson has just
dual placers go to state and Overall, I was pleased with annually.In the Coach Jones. "There is nothing a cat only has nine lives and yard line and on first down mailed each county $136,500 or
the three top teams go. the way we ran and most of announcing last month new I would like better than to Union has already had its Suggs broke loose through STATISTICS $7,000 more than the same
Postmaster
Overall school placing in the our runners improved their policy General beat Santa Fe." nine. right tackle for a 6O-yard 8HS OP month last Year.Collections .
ET. Klassen said "it
meet was.- 1st-North Marion, times on the course," says Union is now 9-0 for the "There is nothing I would touchdown run. The extra 14 Flrsi Downs 9 at horse and dog
is unfair
burden
50 points; 2nd-Buchholz, 55; Cloward Individually Hun- to the vast season and has tied the school like better than to beat them.It point kick by Murphy was 262 Yards Rushing 115 tracks as well as Jai Alai
of mailers with 0
majority costs Yards Paulng
o
3rd-Palalka South, 56 4th- record for a season. There has is almost as important as and the closed frontons almost
; singer, Ricky Solze, Jerry created by the few who mail good gap was to 200 PAPCPI 302 are up $1
Ocala Vanguard, 106; 5th- Sullivan, and Mike Sherman without of never been a team from Unit'" "-'eplayoffs to me," says 2t14> BIS o Fumbles Loss 2 million from last year
BUS, 107; 6lh.Orange Park, all did outstanding jobs for prepayment post- to go undefeated and Jones ..eh Jones Looking more like an offen- 45 Penalties 25 Through September, collections -
137, and 7th.Ocala Forest, 172. us" age.After November 17, letters sive team BHS got the ball at 1 Punts 1 stood at $14.1 million
11Avid Fullman was the in- Placing for BHS went like mailed without postage will be the OP 35 yard line after a 45 Store bV Quarters. For the same period last year,

this: 14th-Larry Paterson, returned to sender If there is a yard kick return by Hull. BUS 6 6 I IS 35 $13.2 million had been
1-4:34: ; 23rd-Ricky Solze, 14:43: ; return address, or to the dead Taking nine plays and less OP 0 7 II 7 14 collected
Girls CCTeam 33rd-Mike Sanders, 16:00: ; letter office, instead of being than four minutes to score, the.
36th-Sullivan and 40th- game was!turning into an ofensive
16:13: ; delivered to the address as
3rd Robert Best, 17:17. postage due mail as has been ame.Reddish .
Track practice will begin the custom. Postal officials w did all the running
the third week of January and will attempt to find the sender except one six: yard blast by ;' Save Fuel Save Money
Prevatt and drove
to the
At Meet the first meet will be in the of unpaid mail and return it i one
last week of February. for a slight fee rf '. yard line before topping it V MAKE WINTER-TIGHT I DRAFT FREE WINDOWS. DOORS
Bradford's Girls cross with a one yard plunge up the PORCHES BREEZEWAYS legible Plastic
middle for a touchdown. 'J,, bj Clear, ,
just shortly before the Prevatt completed a pass to
District meet and the girls CommissioNew n Employs Donnie Sewell in the end zone
went to the Santa Fe Community for the extra two points and
College Course for the BUS was in front 2814. HEfrI
On the kick Flowers was re- Look HaLOS IH
meet and placed third last Telepl1TALLAHASSEE lone System I
SalurdIY. turning the ball along the left for the KEEPS OUT COlO-

Coached by Physical Florida duty." sideline and fumbled at the 35 name Reduce your heatIng ONLY Ibilll
Education Instructor Melba wildlife officers are generally The toll-free telephones are yard line. Robert Brown : :?p up to 40% this winter. 45:

Howard the team is mostly found in the most unexpected as follows: another picked up and ran in for on the Warp'It's easyl genuine Just FleM.O.Glasa cut and tack over: Run. Ft j ......
made up of the tennis team. places as this is the name of Northwest Region, Panama quick BHS touch- edge your screen doors. windows lIFt'2r: d..
'We were running to get in the law enforcement game. City, 1.800.342.1676Northeast down. Prevatt's kick was good for porches and breezeways for low 48"1 W dthi,
Your
.hape for tennis, so we While this surprise approach Region, Lake and BHS was' in front 35-14 cost winter protectIon. .
decided to go ahead and run in has proven succesfulIn City, 1-800-342-1805 Hunnlngback Tommy Reddish (t33) burst through the with 5:40: left in the game. pr.otec. A' Your Hardware lumber and Building/ Supply Store

the District cross country deterring game law violations Central Region, Ocala, 1. Raider line, bringing down Iwo or three tacklers and gels OP got the kick at the 35 bon l WARP BROS. Chicago, 111.60651 Pie;..:,r'50' r ;:sJIGJUr30U
meet." says I\lrs. Howard. it has also proven to be 800-342-9620 closer 10 the goal line before scoring on the next play, yard line and on first down a

Buchholz won the meet with an obstacle when conserva- South Region, Lakeland, 1. Flowers pass was intercepted
a low of H points while Oak tion-minded citizens needed to 800-282-8002
llall took second place with 52 get in touch with the local Everglades Region, West
points. BIS( was the third Game and Fresh Water Fish Palm Beach, 18004322046. M
place team with 57 points. Commission representative. In discussing the toll-free \
BIIS could have made it to Commission Director, Dr. telephone reporting system,
the state meet, but Gainesville 'O.E. Fr'e, said, "We hope we f'rye commented, "The units
lligh School) ) dId not show and have overcome this particular were installed in a continuing ; 1
there were not enough teams communication obstacle with effort to improve the com-
to let the top three teams the implementation of five munication between the Commission t ice
qualify toll-free telephone dispatch and the citizens or I
Placing for BIIS were : centers which will allow Florida. We hope our citizens ___
.ixth-\Itr.: Ormsbee 10:17: citizens to pick up a telephone will use the service to report _____
mInutes: seventh.Ruth and relay vital Information to violations of wildlife laws and _
llazen 10:17: ; 16th-Donna the wildlife officers on wilder- to register complaints or pass
S.lmmons; and 19th-Jennifer ness patrol without having to on information that will help
Jockel. Debbie Mitchell and pay long distance charges" us guard our outdoor and
Linda Richardson also ran in 'rye, continued, "We have wildlife heritage." : pie
the meet installed a toll-free telephone "We have made some tre- '
The inning time of the at each of the Commission's mendous steps in our communication .
mt't'tHIS 9:13: manutes. The five regional offices and each network due to ; ?
girl from Ocala Forest, that telephone will be answered on legislative support which
\\on the meet is one of the best a 24-hour-a-day basis by the provided the means for the
runners in the state and has station radio dispatcher. The current 24-hour-a-day statewide ,v
already signed to run for the dispatcher wIll relay informa- radio dispatch operation.
WINNERS
University of ,Florida. tion to wildlife officers on The radio dispatch operation :
provided commincatlon for
...
i our officers and the toll-free Sheila Forsyth :Maurice Williams Toni D, Whitt
a ; a B e a telephone will make the Commission ;i; Rt. 1 Box 43AB P.O. Box 449 nt.2 Box 104.EStark.
available to citizens. Starke Starke
The toll-free telephone
rr numbers will be listed in the
DOES YOUR BODY GIVE -- new telephone directories for Jackson

YOU HAPPINESS? particular the cities located region within," Frye that AA Rental Service Terwillegar Motors The Magic Needle Building Supply

added. of Starke, Fla., Inc.
Lt Colonel Robert Branlly,

It wake each Commission executive officer, Crawford's Starke Builders'Woodburn's
you up morning with pains,
out that the
pointed telephone
aches aDd a tired feeling, It Is a warning that service was not designed to Gem Jewelry Baldwin Chevrolet Olds

you are not Irking good care of your body. serve as an information Phillips 66 Service Supplies, Inca
center and most of the
If you want to enjoy those extra years of

: life modern medicines can give you, visit are telephone-radio trained to receive dispatchers and Florida Pest Control Sawyer Slade

your physician for a check-up. lie can prescribe relay Information rather than Kentucky Fried Chicken Hurst's Wrecker Service & Chemical Company
a the proper medication and advise you provide information that may Air Conditioning
bow to have a healthier, happier body, r relate to hunting and fishing.

Sportsmen about hunting seeking, fishing information ., Shuford Standard C ar I woo d & A. Brown Norman's Farm

wildlife laws, bag limits, Coleman's Sewing Center
1 seasons and regulations Oil Station Interiors Produce M ar k etCarter's

YOU OR YOCR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US should use the Commission's
when you need a delivery We will deliver regular telephones which are
Radio & Denmark Furniture
promptly without extra charse. A great many operated during office hours
people rely on us for their health needs. WeT at the following: Dowling Produce Market Stan's Bootery
welcome requests for delivery service and charge DeFunlak Springs, 904-892- Television Service Company of Starke
tl.
accoull
3117: Panama City, 904-785-
5352; Tallahassee, 904.4881950 -
Phone 964.6757 ; Lake City, 904-752-)353() ; Nancy's Flowers-
KOCH'S DRUG STORE Gainesville, 904.376.6481 ; Williams Jewelry Durrance Pump & Supply Wishbone Fried Chicken
Ocala 904-629-8162, Orlando, Western UnionJohnson's
PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS; 305-295-9123; Eustis, 904-357.

166 W C sIf; !I Starke, Fla. 6631: Lakeland 813-686-8157: The Bradford County
w-1Q-1.74 West Palm Beach, 305-683-
0748; FI.Lauderdale, 305-524- farm Supply The Office Shop Bradford Printers

3125; Vero Beach, 305-562. Telegraph, Inc.
3924Iiami; 305-661-7-126




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HAMPTON

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AREA NEWSby W-D BRAND GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN ry
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Josephine Fontaine ',?; ,,t r I w BROAD BREASTED YOUNGTURKEYS


CITY NEWS
Hampton City Council met /
November 12 with one new
member and the new mayor.
Marshal Roark asked for a

and five Mike weeks Peeples leave of was absence swornin I ) I I I L \;'j

that to time.serve There as City was Marshal a discus for 10 to I. LI A 1 I 1 'l. L1V/i'7 ,

sion as to the time for curfew
'
for the teenagers and it was L 17 IBS. tiFS1blESr
decided that it should be en- Bs 'tEtPd 14 IDS. BEEF PEOP L
forced with the City Marshal & UP
taking the youngsters home if 'a
they were found on the streets C Quantity Rights '
after 10 p.m. Miss Roark who 57 Reserved
was City Clerk, sent in her GRADE "A" TURKEY PARTS LB. WINN DIXIE STORES INC
resignation and Mrs. Shirley COPYRIGHT 1974 V

City Forsyth Clerk.was sworn The Christmas in as new BREAST W/RIBS./ LB.99c

Party for the youngsters up to THIGHS LB 89 ALL STORES CLOSEDTHANKSGIVING
0 0 0 0 0 0
12 years of age will be held at
the City Hall Friday Dec. 20. DRUMSTICKS 0.000 oLB. 79C REDI-BASTED DAY "
Santa Claus will visit Hampton -
and there will be a Christ. BREAST QUARTERS.- 10 IBS.
mas parade beginning at I 5 UP J.B. STOCK UP NOW!
p.m. from the City Hall with LEG QUARTERS 0 o. LB. 59' 63C SCHLITZ
the Christmas Party follow LB. 6 Pk.
ing. The next City Council BEER "12 Oz. Cans $129 PRICES GOOD THURS., NOV. 21 THRU WED., NOV. 27
meeting will be held Decem-
ber Id at 8 p.m.
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NEW ARRIVALS
Mr. and Mrs. David Jackson
announce the arrival of a baby USDA CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND PURE (No Additives)
girl, weighing in at 9 Ibs., 6

ozs.Shands.She Hospital was born in Gainesville at the- iiiif ROAST j9. CHUCK STUSDGR BEEF ;


FRIENDS NEIGHBORS SAVE 21CLI. $ 48 E-Z SAVE SAVE i 99
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine |
CARVE I
spent last Sunday with Mrs.Fontaine's 31 c
sister and brother- 88 5
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in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. OVEN- LB.
Schaub, in Crescent City o s CHOICtJ. |
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine "v'- iB. READY LB. PKG.
went to the Flea Market in '
Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. I II
.and Mrs. Howard Holm I W.D BRAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER SWIFT'S PREMIUM HOSTESS ROUND r--,. LAND O' SUNSHINE
of Cranston,Rhode Island are .
spending two weeks with Mr. PICNICSWHOLE CANNED HAM BUTTERSAVE
and Mrs. Kenneth Croll of ,7
Hampton. Mrs. Croll is the

daughter Mrs.visiting Croll here of and the daughter in Holms.Hampton Terry After BF fli! : : I SAVE$|oo J a /U""er1l1P9''FoodSla r ,'.;

will accompany Mr. and Mrs. /
Holms to St.Petersburg where ? $599 inn-DIXI'e 1-LB. 6 8 r rr
they will" visit Mr*. Croll's Do LB.

aunt few days., Mrs. Rose Quinney,for a LB. CAN I (QTR-PKG. )

Mrs. Carol Croll will cele- .
brate her birthday on November "S 'R ._.. -. "
24, with dinner out with .M'" 0
her husband.

RECREATIONThe : SAVE tOc HICKORY SWEET FRESH PORK LEO SHANK HALF OR WHOLE SAVE Ac LIBBY SAVE 17c DIXIE DARLING FAMILY
Hampton Senior Sliced Bacon !I.LB. 99C Fresh Ham LB.99C 'As28C Bread 3 20'01. $100
Citizens are growing. There o. 'KG. 0 0 Pumpkin 0 0 0 0 o. 0 o. LOAVES
were, 21 members and three SAVE 31c WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FRESH PORK SHOULDER BLADE ROAST SAVE lOc ASTOR MORTON PARKER HOUSE

ber visitors 15 meeting.present at Visitors the Novem-were Chuck Steak LB.98c Boston Butt 0 LB. 88C Coffee 0 0 0 0 c- 99C Rolls . '. 0 0 0 24 orPKG.. 69C

George Hakes and Mr. and SAVE 60c WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF LOIN CRACKIN' GOOD CRESCENT SAVE 8c SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

Mrs were Mathews.Mr. and Mrs.New members Lotf and Strip Steaks 0 0 LB. $179 Dinner Rolls 0 0 'AS- 43C Le Sueur Peas 17.01.CAN 39C Topping . 2 PKGS.'01. $100
Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove. The .
SAVE 20c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS W-D BRAND COOKED SAVE 19c ASTOR FRUIT FRESH FROZEN

Taylor.door prize Game was prizes won by went Sarah to Delmonicos 0 0 0 u. *279 Sliced Ham 0 0 12'0'PKG.: $179 Cocktail . 0 3 &s $1 Strawberries 2 lO-oi PKGS. 89C63C
Mr. Mathews, Mrs. Mathews .
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W.D BRAND DOUGLAS WHOLE ARROW ALUMINUM
Mr. Brannen, Mrs.
Mr. Krieger, Mr. Bateman Dennisonand All Meat Stew LB. $139 Baking I Hens LB. 68C Chicken 0 0 0 0 0 0 5Z.0.CAN. 99C Foil I 0 . 0 I8"ROIL.23'
Mr. Hakes. There will be
only one meeting in Decemberthat .--
will be the Christmas
Party with a covered dish
dinner The turkey will be
furnished by the club and the
THRifTY MAID CRANBERRY ------- FRESH
r--- ------- FLORIDA
members will all bring a dishof
their choice and their own I SAVE 15c i s
table service (plates, knives SAUCE \ .d-Ji ORANGES
and forks) I 5-LB. BAG I
It will be held Saturday SAVE Go\\\\ GOLD MEDAL .
evening Dec. 14. at 6:30 p.m. ). .
There will be a gift exchange 10C I lO
and fun for all. The club \"

members were invited to : 24. I \\(,, o.t\.OUI\ FLOUR'5 I 59
attend a noon dinner at the 16.oz. ,wNUjO", ; BLAB
Green Cove Springs Senior > CAN I : ;
Citizens Club on Tuesday. I !

Several go. We will members have a planned report for to '. Limit 4 w1S7.S0 o. more purchase excluding ...... L_______GOOD__ONLY____________. .
them next week. : TBr1YJ9 ,
KRAFT SUPERBRAND USDA INSP. GR. WHITE 51d }-Me1J RED DELICIOUS

PTA SCHOOL President NEWS Joe Riddick MAYONNAISE LARGE EGGsALL AX* *l APPLES
invited all parents of Hampton ; :2$,
Elementary School children to

a "Back on to November School Night"19. program In- SA E \

terested an opportunity parents who to attendedhad become 11 B ."''...,114 LB. 69 eJAR

teaching better acquainted staff who with spend the so $108 DOZEN 59 :. BAG '

much time serving their child 32.oz. II"
ren. They were given a good '
explanation of methods and : .__ .
materials used in '- "- -",' "'" ,,
.
teaching ;:
., "
their children. Refreshmentswere ,.,,.....". ...'.
served the "" .... -
following -..::..;;.;:: "-.u. ,"<
school tour. Members of the :
THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET KRAFT FRENCH SALAD JUMBO STALKS US No 1 REGULAR VENT VUE ::

are Hampton to be a commended Senior baby sitting Citizens for serviceso Club furnishing Potatoes 2 2'.01.CANS 88C Dressing 2 BTIS.88c Celery I 0 0 0 0 0 0 STALK 29C Potatoes 0 10 BAG IB 79c ,::::::;

that all parents could attend BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER REALEMON FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW MRS. SMITH'S DE LUXE MINCE ORPumpkin ,':'

gram.and benefit from this pro. Helpers I 0 0 0 0 2 PKGS. $100 Lemon Juice "BTl.'" 69C Corn 0 0 . 0 EARS>o 99c Pie 46'01.PIE 99c :;;'::::

!Mrs. Noelle Silk's Kinder. OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY VICTORY MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN MRS SMITH STRAWBERRY .:.
garten class visited the Winn 10'01. 318.PKG. IB 01. ':.:
Dixie store in the Bradford Cocktail 0 0 0 GAL. $199 Ch. 0 . 0 Bn. 49C Rice 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 Shortcake 0 CAKES 99c =;:
Shopping Center Monday THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID MANDARINChili THRIFTY MAID PITTED RIPEOlives ASTOR. ;:::
morning Nov. 18. Randall 5V.1.0' :. 6'0'. ,"
!Milton the store manager, I leans. (AN ranges 0 0 . CAN 35C 0 0 0 0 0 0 M59C Orange Juice 6 CANS 99c ".=.:
met them there and gave SOUTHERN BISCUIT' SAVE Sc THRIFTY MAID CUT THRIFTY MAID TYSON CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY :..

them showed a tour them of the the vegetable store. He Flour 0 0 0 5 lAG LB. 68C Asparagus . 0 .CAN'01 38C Salad I Olives 7'01.JAil 47C Pot Pies 0 0 0 0 0 4 Bol.PIES $100 .;ti''::

and processing fresh center fruit department the meat ........ .................... ..'! '!...'! .......-.-.......... !... ........................ ... ........................--.. .. ...........-... .........__. ; :: \


cutting foods, the are and large preserved.wrapping freezers the operation where, purchasing ,' I I EX.--R wi 4".N ...GREEN......)..._STAMPS.*..........OfTEN ;; I I EXTRA WITH JfH....GREEN...... ..._STAMPS.N. .........OfI ; I I EX.TRA..Wltn 4"...GREEN....*.tOvraM STAMPS....MJ.CMAW M ;, I I EGREENSTAMPS WltN. ......'.. ....00. .........,. 0.1ooi. :1: I I WllH 4"MIWt EX.--R GREEN.*M. COUPON STAMPS...>..,,"*N.* ::. .-..-;::=<0;:.:'i::"
department and the I i i IB'/.-o. BOX I BTl. SURE MAGIC 1 HALF OR WHOLE : ::-=
check-out counters. After this 12 01. CANS I.IB CAN 4" DUNCAN HINES LAYER 4" TILE SAlT! : 4" TALMADGE FARM :::::
interesting tour the children Chek Drinks ( Folger's Coffee It Cake Mixes It CleanerGOOD : j Cured Ham : .,,;:Nti
enjoyed snacks at a city park :lS" GOOD THRU NOV. 27 :lS: GOOD THRU NOV. 27 i 3:% 'L;; GOOD THRU NOV. 27 / '"L THRU NOV. 27 't GOOD THRU NOV. 27 '
: :
and recreation time. No. S1 >ov.ioe i WIMM. ( No. 52 .,.,,..?N., ....?.. No. 53 ..,?.,.,-.... No. "4., .,,?..M., ?,..." ? __ No. 53 ,..??, iaf-l w.....,?! I ;:wti::
Mrs. Clark's first and ............ .. ... .-.. ... .

second structed graders a Thanksgiving have con EXTRA(, EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA : i idyt

bulletin board in the school GREEN. STAMPS I I dye GREEN ST I I dyt GREEN STAMPS. i'i'i.AMPS to.,GREEN STAMPS.. I I i ( GREEN, STAMPS. ;: };.:
hallway. They have added tail +i N lwkM1 COWfOM AM.h.N.M N -Ifn MW1..P4I covtom.x.MIMM.II .tfM.Iw1.,11 COUW*.,.H.x.N N nfH w WN. cotit M MN***** *N wIN xIwN.N. {W NH w. NKNN N i
feathers to the huge turkey 4LB. CAN ONE 24-01 COLONIAL BANANA 13'/.o.. PKG. JENO'S I 8 01. PKG.MORTON .
with inspiring and enlighten. 2-IB. JENNIE 0' SWIFT PREMIUM PRALINE GERMAN CHOCOLATE 1 e., PEPPERONI OR SAUSAGE CHILI : ;r J I
1 Turkey Roast DEVIL'S FOOD OR FROSTY Piazza Con Carne I
ing messages of reasons they Canned Hams : Av
have to be thankful at this GOOD THRU NOV. 27 ::t 4: GOOD THRU NOV. 27 i 31EL: Coconut Cake :.L: GOOD THRU NOV. 27 ES, GOOD THRU NOV 27 i
time of .' No. 36 >y,01,.tor-l wmw 8,,(, No. 37..., 1, No.56..GOOD... THRU!:'..!NOV.:i_27 No. 59 .,.?,.,"" ?.....,.? 1 No oO.,, ,,. > ., .,. .,.? :
-..-...year........... ...... .... ................yK.Iwixx.a............. ...... .............ifc.i..-......... ............................. .............................. I
!NO HUNTING SIGNS: For
Hale and rent *lgn*. The
Office Shop. BBfflEPBBID( aQOCJ ru(3(




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.in TELEGRAPH November ... 1974



LEGALSNOTICE s- LA WTEY T v Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers Macclcnny, at the Communit

Lake Butler on
and Mrs. Onie Thornton, of Center
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 the weekend Sunday.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES By Elizabeth Terry Auburndale, spent
:! OF INTENTIONTO Wednes- Mack Sweat, of tin-
Prayer Meeting \
REGISTER 'hurch: of God Sunday p.m. L'__'_ 1.___.._.... with their sister, Mrs. Mrs. dinner
Ser- day at 7:30: p.m. from oama Fe'" vuimiiuiuiyCollege State Farm, was a
FICTITIOUS NAME! school 10 a.m. Worship Northslde Baptist Church Skl. nicka's Science Classes guests of their mother, Mrs. Police Academy on Pierce Crews. daughter guest of Mr. and Mrs. LisMcCIellan
and 7:30 Scarborough
vices 11 a.m. : p.m. Joe C.
7:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- will visit the Florida State C.R. Crews, and Glenann.The Law Enforcement. Dale, of on Tuesday.
and and
YPE Prayer meeting : Pam son
Pursuant to Section 865.09 ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Museum in Gainesville and event was. for Mrs. Clayton'sbirthday Mr. and Mrs Les Mc- Sunday Mrs. Floy Bennett 01>l
Saturday night. Jacksonville, spent
Florida Statutes, notice is p.m.Faith Baptist Church p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- the University Water Treat- anniversary.Mr. Clellan's mother, Mrs. -W.H. afternoon with his in-laws, Macclenny. spent week with
hereby given that the undersigned Radio Program over WPXE day at 7 p.m. ment Plant. and Mrs. Mark Newell, Hall, and sister, Mrs. Harold Mr.] and Mrs. Gene Pearson her brother-in-law and sister.
EDWARD F. RIP- Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Parents are reminded that missionaries from Quito, Spaulding, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling, Mr. and Mrs Sebe Harris
PLINGER, JR., doing business School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- SCHOOL NEWS school will not be in session on Ecuador, S.A., gave a birth- spent Friday with them. Shuford, Gail They attended services at(
Mrs.] George
under the firm name of and 7:30 The last two weeks have Wednesday Thursday or day dinner Friday evening in Mrs. Daisy Both and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs First Church on Sunday.Mr. .
vices 11 a.m. : p.m. and ,
HOLIDAY INN GULF, 1011 N. School on Bible Doctrine been busy for both teachers Friday, November 27, 28, 20.\ honor of Mrs. Clifford Martin. Barbara Whaley visited their Charles Carter and daughter and Mrs. Fred !MIMII-O
Temple Avenue, Starke, Tuesday 8 at Pastor's and students. John Snell, During the cold weather Those helping to celebrate her cousin, Mrs. Mary Ballentine and Mrs. Oscar Carter were Sunday dinner guests III l ltlu'ir
Mr.
Bradford County Florida home. Prayer p.m.Meeting Wed- Career Education Counselor, season several students leave birthday were Mrs. Walter in St.Vincent's Hospital, Jack- O.J.Phillips, Mr. and son-in-law jind daii|>hlerMr.
32091, intends, to register said 7:30 Bible Study. and the faculty have been their coats at school. If you Martin, Clifford Martin and sonville, on Saturday. Mrs. Wade Gaskins, and Mrs. : and Mrs. S.U. Andrews,
fictitious name under the nesday United p.m.Methodist involved in planning and carrying child does not return home children, and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper, Mrs attended a und family of Wildwooil l anti;
Grace Lois Carter,
provisions of the aforesaid School 9:45: a.m. Wor- out several educationalfield with his or her coat, please Sidney Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. of Starke, were Sunday after- Reunion honoring Lit\ended( services with I them
Sunday These are of excel- call the school office Newell are guests of Mrs. of their Family t'htireh
,
Statute. ship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: trips. as soon noon guests parents Miss Debbie Phillips, of jit the First Baptist
United Methodist Fellowship lent value because they give as you determine that it is Walter Martin Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. .
Dated Ms 28th day of October p.m. Choir the students a chance to see in missing. All items will be dis- Miss Elizabeth Terry and Brit Rosier, of Green Cove
A.10 1974, at Starke, 6:30:. pm. practice practice what they have been played: at the December PTA Miss Arthurine Blanchard Springs was a dinner guest of
Bradford (County. Florida. 7 p.m.Fourth in series of Sermonson studying their classes.: The meeting. visited her sister Miss Enza his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Les NOW SELLINGLots

11174t 111/28 the Mount will be "Careful following trips were made dur- Mrs. Pearl Campbell Blanchard, in Macclenny on McClellan, on Friday.Mr. .
ing the past few weeks: Miss cafeteria worker at Lawtey Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. Bert Rawls of
Judgement. Anderson's first grade visited for 25 years, has retired from Hermie Kelly returned 'High Springs, were Saturday
IN THE CIRCUIT! COURT OF There will be a Thanksgiving church Winn-Dixie in Starke; Mrs. regular work Mrs. Campbellhas home Friday from Baptist afternoon guests of Mr. and in Newly Platted area of
at the on
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Supper Tougaw's second grade class ,worked for many years in Hospital, Jacksonville, after Mrs. J.F. Robertson and Mrs.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Saturday 23rd at 6:30:Church p.m. visited the cooking and baking providing a well-balanced and having had surgery on her Edith Swinney. Crosby Lake CemeteryNow

BRADFORD COUNTY. Highland Baptist class at the Vo-Tech Center enjoyable meal for students at eyes. We are glad to report Mr. and Mrs Banner Johns
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- and MacDonald's; Mrs. Lawtey. Each member of the that she is improving.Mr. and family, of Jacksonville,
h Re Estate of PETER RAF-- Sexton and Mrs. Tatum's school staff and community and Mrs. Earl Mosley visited their brother and is the time to make a decision

FOMY. deceased. NOTICE TO AMEND ORDINANCE class went to the Amtrak have appreciated her work. A went I camping over the week- sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
NO. 162-A LEVYING A Station in Jacksonville; and surprise party was given for end on the Suwannee River at Lester Walker and family on while the widest selection is available.For .

NOTICE OF FILING FINAL TAX FOR THE USE OF THE Miss Cuttino's Social Studies Mrs. Campbell on November 7 Oldtown.Rev. Saturday.Mr. .
REPORT AND APPLICATIONFOR CITY OF STARKE. ON PURCHASE Class visited the Bradford by 1he faculty and staff. Tatum,of Clay County, and Mrs. C.A. North
DISCHARGE OF WITHIN SAID CITY OF County Courthouse. Duringthe "Books for All Reasons"was conducted services at the and family, of Jacksonville\ further information, or appointment to
EXECUTOR ELECTRICITY FUEL OIL next few weeks Miss the slogan for Children's home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl were Friday evening dinner .
METERED OR BOTTLED GAS Cuttino's Language Arts Class Book Week which was observed Prevatt Sunday afternoon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.(0'. view the property now being offered,
Notice us hereby given that I (NATURAL, LIQUEFIED will attend a Book Fair in at Library Story Time. There were 25 or more people Robertson and Mrs. Edith
have filed my final report as PETROLEUM GAS OR MANU- Jacksonville; and Mrs. For the Primary Groups Mrs. present and all enjoyed the Swinney.Mr. contact.:
executor of the estate of PETER FACTURED), TELEPHONE Sinclair Librarian, told the message and singing. \ and Mrs. Robert
RAFFONV, deceased; that I SERVICE: AND WATER SER- story "Quiet, There's A Mrs. Darlene Norman and Norman are the proud parentsof
have filed my application for VICE (METERED OR BOTTLED HubberStamps Canary in the Library." The Mrs Carl Norman attended an 8 Ib. son, burn :Nov; I 15; in E. L. Matthews, 964.6305
distribution( and for final ): PROVIDING FOR ITS Intermediate Group saw a the funeral of their aunt, !Mrs. Alachua General,, llu.pllal.
discharge and that on COLLECTION BY THE SEL-- For Check film, "A Book is to Care For." Eva Cohen, in Seville on Gainesville.Mr. \ A. J. Thomas Sr., 964.6162
Novembev21, 1974, I will apply LERS OF SUCH UTILITY SER- Cushing All students were given bookmarks Friday. \ and Mrs unhurt Unspent '
to the Honorable Wayne M. VICE: MAKING CERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. Truman the \\l'l'kl'lld11 h their James A. Griffin. 964.6148
Carlisle, Circuit Judge of EXEMPTIONS: PRESCRIBING Rubber stamps with which Norman attended a Graduation brother-in-law mid sister. :Mr

Bradford County, Florida, for CERTAIN POWERS OF THE merchants can imprint the PERSONALS: ; Banquet at Flagler Inn, and ?\'l i's. Lurry. Dubose.l III>(
approval said final returns and CITY CLERK IN RELATION backs of checks as a form for Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- Gainesville, last Friday night Decatur, Ga., Mr. Lee and Crosby Lake Cemetery Assn. Inc.
for an order of distribution and THERETO: PROVIDING A PEN- information on the check ton and son, of Jacksonville\ at which time their son, Mrs. Dubose celebrated their
for final discharge: as executor of ALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF giver can be ordered throughthe were Monday evening dinner Reggie, received his diploma birthdays on Sunday.
the will of Peter Raffony ITS TERMS: AND SPECIFYING office of the Starke-Brad- .
deceased THAT HALF OF SAID TAX BE ford County Chamber of Commerce -
October 28. 1974 PLACED IN SEPARATE FUND .
FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTSAND The increasing number of

GEORGE H. PIERCE SERVICES DESIGNATEDIN bad checks being passed to or..... ...
Executor ACCORDANCE WITH FORMULA merchants and businessmenis FOOD .

ESTABLISHED.TO a cause of concern, not only S.D.A. GRADE "A" ItAGAR'S
1O 31 dull 1 1 21 but statewide '. .
locally according QUICK FROZEN /--f
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: to Chamber Manager .. :.
John Myers. In order to suc- v I : BROADBREASTED BONE-
NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice is hereby given that on cessfully prosecute a bad FAIR LESSHAMS
TO REGISTER December 17, 1974 in accordance check case, the recipient must
FICTITIOUS NAME with Section 166.041131( appear before a judge and
(la) Florida Statutes the City testify he is certain he received YOUNGTURKEYS
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Commission of the City of the check in question from SUPERMARKETS
Florida Statutes, notice is Starke Florida, shall enact an the defendant. STARKE
hereby! given that the undersigned ordinance which was proposedand Some area merchants are 320 SOUTH
Luther D. Raley and read for the first time in full using a method of stamping WALNUT ST.
Eileen I Raley, Rt. 3 Box 251 on the 19th day of November, A. checks on the back with a $ 99
Starke, Florida 32091 doing D., 1974 and the said proposed rubber stamp, the information 1 ANDS C mr LDM.xICI DNx1INr1 GOOD; 'H 5 LBCAN 5

business under the firm name of amendment shall be available contained by filling out the 4 9 .,............ '
'RALEY'S GROCERY" State and may be inspected by the blanks assists the recipient in UP LB
RI 100 fa! 18, Starke, Bradford public at the City Hall of the Cityof identifying the individual as re aft float u acciptU.S.D.1
Florida and all Inter- 10 TO 16 LB AVG. LB 57C FOOD STIMF
County. Florida 32091. Intendsto Starke. the person he received the 3 LB CAN.$3.99
register said fictitious name ested parties may appear and be check from. The program has 'COUPONSrrrun.
under: the provisions of aforesaid heard with the respect to the the backing of the state at-
statute proposed ordinance.The torney and is encouraged by
Luther 0. Raley and Eileen I.Rdley I. purpose of the amend- Sheriff Dolph Reddish.
EveryDayLowPrice | EvcryDayLowPrice f EveryDayLowPrkc.BEEF Every DayLowPriccU.
so'le' owners. ment is to delete all of Section 6 The Chamber is in accord
11 74t M, 28 in its entirety and add Section 6 with the Myers
as follows: states, and program recommends that : BONELESS BEEF BLADE, S, NO. t

Section 6. Any recognized local businesses having bad CHUCK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
church in this state is hereby WHITEPOTATOES
check
problems purchase
THE EIGIHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA.FOR ALACHUA ordinance taxes exempt imposed from" the and payment levied by of this the back rubber of checks stamps to to gather use on information the- STEAKS I STEAKS ROAST

about the passer. Sucha
CASE NO. 74-1516CA this 19th of
Dated day
stamp costs $12 each, but if .
DIVISION "E"IN
November, A. D.. 1974. : I
ordered in quantity the pricecan ;

RE: The Marriage of CITY COMMISSION OF CITY be considerably reduced. LLDIEE ILtsBEYeryDayLowlhke LB BAG
The chamber office, 964-5278,
LOUELLA MAXINE SMITH
OF STARKE, FLORIDABy
SEEVEAR.S Petitioner and TED will take orders for the

SEEVEARiS: Respondent. : Merrill Edwards stamps Myers says. EveryDaylowPrice Every DayLowPricc DaYLowPvk EvcryDayLowPrk* BonuiBuy CvcryDayLowPrkeIMCtT
perk of said Board PURE /eIII YN MORRCLL NEW CROP IMCtT AND MlllOW
NOTICE OF SUITIN 1t 11/21 Check Pork Loin GROUNDBEEF BEEF RIBROAST MEAT PORK ROLlSAUSAGE YELLOWONIONS Golden Ripe
Safety CHOPS DINNERS] BANANASEwryOcyLowMiM
I ,,, .
THE NAME OF THE STATEOF U.U.3T0

FLORIDA: FICTITIOUS NOTICE OF NAME Your Auto a.IKa. 98c SLIS SUP 79.5 *=*"* *L.>|J49 PUG zte $u-'s9 1LB 69 i 3LB 'Q37cSMOKED 'Ire ft/2le

To the Respondent:
TED SEEVEARS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN For Winter W EwryDiytowMce W Ivcryteytowftira W f vcrytayUwMra W EttrytayLowMc*W Imrytaytowtriot W IvtryteyUwJc*

Office 301 Motel that the undersigned 'desiring to ROWNMmv OVIN* P MTRrmot nurntvmiM MMM* OiOHOU.MO
Starke Florida engage in business under the TALLAHASSEE: "Adviceto STUFFING I HSSiI S I POTATO I eVoUR I CALiroRNiA I DELICIOUS SWEET

fictitious name of ACME winterize your car may CHIPS I TOMATOES APPLES
Pursuaint to Chapter 49, HARDWARE AND BUILDERS stEm strange in Florida," the POTATOES

Florida Statutes notice is SUPPLY at 301 East Call Street Highway Patrol says, "but it 3/79
hereby given to TED SEEVEARSthat in the City of Starke, Florida, is time to safety check your
LOUIELLA MAXINE SMITH catfor winter weather evenin
intends to register the said name
SEEVEARS has filed a Petition : I SELF BASTINGTURKEYS
with the Clerk of the Circuit Florida. oTURKEY FARMER CRAY
for Dissolution of Marriage in the "Many people do not realize p
Court of Bradford County,
Circuit Court of the Eighth that even though the Sunshine DRUMSTICKS OR
Florida. i !
Judicial Circuit. State does not have severe
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat DONALD P. TOOLE cold weather with snow and AMS 68 HIND QUARTERS
required to serve a AND I I WITH POP-UP COOKING TNRMOMETER
you are ice there are still a number of
copy of your Answer to the GEORGIA E. TOOLE items to check on < I TAKE GUESSWORK OUT Of COOKING.
Petition om' Petitioner's attorney 2440 Brass St. every important vehicle before winter RUMP PORTION... LB ...78C j U.S.D.AGRADE"A" 4 3 I 17 LBS
-
ZELDA Ji' HAWK of the Law Interlachen Fla. arrives," states Colonel QUICK FROZEN LBSWIFT'S I AND 55LBHAM
of SCHWARTZ- HAM ROASTS $1.29 I
Offices Eklridge Beach, director of rNrr c.- .8 I UP
DEARING. 901 N W. Eighth 11/21 4t 12/12 the patrol. BUTTERBALL A HONEYSUCKLE
Avenue :Suite D 2, Post Office The Patrol Commanders SLICES C..T..C..TI.. $1.39 i TURKEYS ALSO AVAILABLE. s 10 TO 16 LB AVG. LB 63C

Box 1292 Gainesville Florida gested to car owners that
32602. an d file the original in the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR their auto exhaust systems
office of the Clerk of the Circuit TAX DEED should be checked for leaks to Every DayLowPr iceLIBBY'S EveryDayLowPrkeSTOKELY EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke1OO

Court of the Eighth Judicial avoid the possibility of carbon % WJRB FLORIDA
Circuit irn" Gainesville, Alachua NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN monoxide poison a result of Pantry R6<.OLAB GRIND
County, IFlorida, no later than that T. W. TATUM the holder of exhaust fumes seeping into 16 oz-WHOLE KERNEL Pride ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE ORANGEFROZEN
the 9th day of December 1974; the following certificates has the enclosed passenger com-
AND CREAM STYLECORN
otherwise)! the allegations of the filed said certificates for a tax IXU'tmentsIohen the windowsare 6da.xw.NUi

Petition will be taken as con- deed to be issued thereon. The shut. 1a- CUT GRECN w
fessed and a Default may be certificate numbers and years of Beach also suggested that 1&.50IFRENCH STYLE os CANS
taken against you. issuance the description of the heaters and defrosters should
DATED: this 8th day of property, and the names in beput into top working order, 3/79< '
Novembetr, 1974.A. which it was assessed are as and it may be time for a new 3/79 6/99
follows: set of windshield wiper
CURTIS POWERS
Clerk of Circuit Court Certificate No. 19, Year of blades. W:.ern. '::' "alga, ',::' Ou:.i*n< -.A '
:
Blanche M. Guynn Issuance 1972, Description of "Motorists in north Florida COMPARE! '0" s COMPARE! ...., 'Q' I COMPARE .or.'r
By: need to add antifreeze I
Deputy Clerk Property: S 165 FT OF LOT 32 and may check radiator hoses and Southern Maid Grits 75 '0. I Lime Detergent "";?:o:-'"' 48 10 I Bucket Olives .."'.".'e ..." 49* 10.
IN TOWN OF LAWTEY E OF RY
11 144t 125NOTICE EX R/W. SEC23, T-5-S, R-22-E. sure while to you have are a close checking look be at Southern Maid Meal r.' 75c 10. : Pink Detergent ".'.:''ou,. 37c '' : Salad Olives ..c."..." w. 49C SAVESAVE

OF INTENTION JESSIE Name LEE in BARBER which assessed ywr concluded brakes Colonel, tires and Beach.lights" Pantry Pride Wipes -. 49c to, I Pink Detergent "."': :,IIIQU'-. 48c : Marshmallows '.".":".'.' 45'

TO REGISTER All of said property being in Smokey Says Pantry Pride Cups co-O'. 69 .. i Insect Spray I TNt', 88c 21, I 'Reynolds Brown-N-Bag;:r""'49c SAVE
FICTITIOUS NAME the County of Bradford State of
Florida. Pantry Pride Cups "S-.8I -------------------'I: Cranberry Sauce -' '.'ID. 3/M/ SAVE

Pursuant to Section 865.09 certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or MV FRIENDS DON'TPLAY Pantry Pride Cups cO-o', 65 I4< I Food Certificates : Aluminum Foil PNV:.'.I 29fi SAVE

hereby Florida given!Statutes that, notice the undersigned is- according to law the property WITH MATCHES.,. Foam Cups '0:0: 59c 10. j GIVE A GIFT __.? .-u. I Pie Filling .....TS' ;.....PIN, 48" SAVE

Jerome Bwer P. O. described in such certificate or I OF FOOD!! I"'t'.".. ",.. II .. SAVE
CiGAPETT LIGNTE *
OR 9" White Plates "vur 69c 101 Libby Pumpkin n 3/79"/
Box 266, Starke. Florida 32091 certificates will be sold to the I ORDER FORMS ARE I r NtP1' 6v1\ I
doing business under the firm highest bidder at the court 9" White Plates rsrA99, < 101 I AVAILABLE AT ALL' \\i ---- : Marashino Cherries rr-::-11"" 39* SAVE I
PANTRY PRIDE I STORES.
of' "FASHION MENU house door on the 16th day of
name COMPANIV" P. 0. Box 266 December, 1974 at 11:00: o'clock 9" Design Plates ""S';: :r"' 49c B' : v ll COMVtNIIMfk"tiooo L('IN: OIMOMIHOO nooiiMAai.1? bOCATIO.uOUH ....:,,; II IITaco Casserole "iW; ai' 79 lot !

Starke, Bradford County am.Dated 8 I
Florida 32)091) intends to registersaid this 13th day of r-------------- CwrrOcytow Price I
fictitious, name under the November 1974.
STOCK UP EARLY GRIFFIN PANTRY PRIDI
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provisions of aforesaid statute. I FRlllVS3 PUMPKIN WHIPTOPPING I
Jerome Bwer, sole owner. GILBERT S. BROWN i ALL STORES CLOSED i BLANKETS

Dated this 19th day of Clerk of Circuit Court of I THANKSGIVING J CAKE PIES

/November,A. D. 1974 at Starke. Bradford County, FloridaBy j THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 J <
Rorida. Beulah M. Moody L-------------J 299 2/89

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Members of the Florida ,

National Guard have had

Servicemen's group life insurance -

extended to them on a

year-round basis which means

members can buy life In-

surance at a cost of 85 cents

per $5,000.
The insurance bonanza is

available to all members of WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS WANTED- ---,Illlwlflllll.ll ,w-
HOUSE OF HOBBIES: Stereo : Mature woman to FOR SALE 60 x 24 3 BR 2
the guard until age 60 at which CLASSIFIED AD RATES repair, home, auto, all types, care for children while mother bath trailer, good condition, JIMMY MOORE'S Cash 8 Carry TiresI

the price is slightly different. parts and labor guaranteed. works. Light housework. 473- no ,
Another bonanza guard- Deadline for insertion 9647329. AMERICAN Many brands of new vacuums. 3540 after 7 or 1389.5114 Ph.equity 964-6966 assume Itp 11/21 payments. Sun SportsMORE 412 E. CALL
was recently extendedPX Tuesday Noon preceding Used machines available.
smen
FAMILY SOUND, 118 S. before 5. 1tp 11/21 TIRES
---- --- BOAT FOR
privileges at military Thursday before publication. all makes. -- ---
any Expert Repairs
Court. 11/21 ---
Itchg --------- YOUR MONEY TF '
installation. Guardsmen or Minimum Charge$2.00 Parts and Accessories for all j) FRONT END
-- --------- FOR SALE 1972 12 65
their dependents are eligibleto (Covers IS Words) vacuums. Built in central WANTED: Used Portabl -'T.V. x STARKE PH 964-8791 &
Champion mobile
visit the Post Exchangesone Each word over 15 cleaning 712N. Sets at Dahmers Discount, home
day for each day they 10 cents FOR SALE: TURKEYS, 65 cents vacuum. Main Gainesville systems.3767110.TF tfchg unfurnished with air. Small COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN BRAKE SERVICE
per pound. Flossie Lee -- ---- equity and take over
train during the month. ------ DRIVE SERVICE 964.5800
"We have had a number of All Classified. Ads must be-' Mitchell, Lincoln City, Starke.Ph.964.7235.11142tp payments. Call 7823911. Itp AND REPAIR
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wives call and ask for the paid for in advance unless you 11/21 11/21 COMPLETE QUALITY TIRES &
FIBERGLASS
have an established ------------ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS --------- ---
need account
passes they to use the SERVICE FOR LESS
Post Exchange and they seem with the Telegraph, in that 964-7959 or 9645148,10/3 LOST AND FOUNDLOST REPAIR
YARD SALE Nov.23 &24, 9 13tp 12/26 FOR SALE Two mobile homes CUSTOM BUILT FIBER.GLASS'FISHING TFN
event 50
very happy to go shopping cents extra chargefor to 6, 726 East Thomas St. and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 BOATS
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there for items that are not billing. Not responsible for Starke. Furniture, baby items -- model; One-3 bedroom 1972
in town "stated errors when given over the REAMES HEATING SERVICE.
available SSG model. Cash or financed. J.B.
and Misc. 11/21
Itp
John W. Hersey, personnelSgt. phone (or when copy Is not' We service and install all gas : Wallet at Court House White 9646114. tfchg AUCTION !
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typed and brought to the of and oil appliances. Get Monday. REWARD return.
your ------ ----- Well
If the guardsmen trains two RUMMAGE SALE 40,000 heater cleaned now. Call 964- Sam McGarvey, 782-3154Itchg Drilling When?

days per month he and his BTU heater, refrigerator, 5 7730. 11/21 4tchg 12/12 11/21/ 1975 BEETLES Fast Rotary
dependent may use the post speed bike, clothing --- -- ------- Public Auction Every
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exchange any two days duringthe lice.t tll household items,, aquariumand Coming Soon! Drilling EquipmentFor Fri Night At 7:00
month. many others, real REDUCE safe and fast with (Some '74's left)

FOR SALE J reasonable. Ph. 4311428. 9 GoBese Tablets & E-Vap AutomobilesUsed Where?

66 a.m. to dark weekdays. Itp "water pills" ANDREWS 2" Thru 6" WellsCall
11/21 PHARMACY, 356 W. BALDWIN AUCTION
NEWS ABOUT Madison, Starke. 11/14 4tp :4M Us For
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IF YOU WANT to save moneyon 12/6 FOR SALE 1969 Your Water System Needs MART
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quality freezer beef call FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER ------------ Tempest : 255 u. S. 90 W.
J.R. Wainwright. Ph. 964- Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath custom "S" 4DR, VB, AT, 3E 4-70G1
SERVICE MENAIC 7835. 11F142tchg 11/21 home $27,500, 3 BR home SAWS SHARPENED, work R&H, VT. $750 or trade for Baldwin, Fla

$9,000,13 acres with pond & guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or smaller car with AT. 9648608. Pump & Also
------------ Open Dally 1000. 5.00
63 acres rear Raiford $1,350an leave at Jackson Building 1tp 11/21 Durpane
GARAGE SALE Friday & Supply, Starke or Keystone Supply For Daily Sales
acre. Ray Powell Broker. -----------
Mary Bridgets Saturday Nov. 22 & 23, 9 to Ph. 496-3033 or 496-3861. Heights tfchg IltltttttttlttA Developers Of
Come
Is Outstanding Airman 5. 403 S. Cherry St. Itp 11/21 tfchg - ,.. Under Ground Water y'all

WICHITA FALLS, Tex. ------------ ------------
PAUL C. NUGENT JR. elec-
Airman First Class Mary L. FOR SALE CB Radio base trical contractor, ,commercial HOUSES FOR SALE 864 N. Temple/ Ave. r
FOR SALE
Bridgers, daughter of Mr. and courier, 23 channels repaired : Used Restaurant and residental wiring Ph. 468- L. Starke Fla.
equipment. Large selection.
Mrs. Dennis W. Griffis of &checked in Oct. Needs new Cash register, soft serve ice 1406. 11/7 2tp 11/14 AUDIL422il Sales & Service TFN PumpsNewAndUs'ed.
Starke, has been named Out- _
mike. $50.
Ph. 4681119. 1tp -- ---------
cream, etc. Call 376-2336,
standing Airman of the Quarter 11/21 BRICK I
in her unit at Gainesville. 11/14 4tp 12/4
SheppardAFB 'MOBILE HOME MOVING Also
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Tex.A mobile home hurricane an- 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath LFk, Dine SALES

communications center FOR SALE: Case pocket knives FOR SALE Camper for pickup choring and mobile home roof Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of Long Champ PARTS
specialist Airman Bridgers now at Dahmers Discount

was selected for her pro- tfchg. truck sulated, long pecan wheel paneling.base. Ph.In coating.Service. 964-5606 Olin's MOBILE, Rt. 100 Home W. town. & M Sales & Service Home and SERVICE

fessional skill, duty performance ------------ .
Starke Fla George Roberts Real Estate DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
9646281. 1 Itp tfchg / MaterialsWE
and exemplary conduct. 964-7826 or 964-6593 NEW & USED Building |
FOR SALE Pecans, $.60 - - -
She is assigned to a unit of the FOR SALE FIREWOOD, pine BUILD Plumbing Supplies
Call
pound. 7823576. Itp
Air Force Communications 11/21 and oak logs ready to bum, SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Sewing Machines
Service. face cord $50 delivered in All makes cleaned oiled,and LILLIAN C. PEARSON "YOUR PLANS OR OURS EXPERT SERVICEON
A 1969 graduate of Bradford ------------ adjusted, $7. All Work Vacuum Cleaners '
Starke. Ph. 964-5875 after 5 REALTOR i I YOUR LOTOROURS
High School, the airman at- ALL MAKES
GARAGE SALE- Table & chair, pm. 1tp 11/21 guaranteed. James Phone(anytime)782-3806
tended Santa Fe Community dressers & Strickland, Morgan Road and Parts Repairs, FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 964-7061
many household ------------
College in Gainesville. items. Across from Johnson'sFeed SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- brick home with All Makes REMODELING REPAIRS
3 BR, 1 bath
Her husband Airman First FOR SALE 1 electrolux
3189. Also scissors sharpened
Store, Brownlee Street. family room on appx. 1 acre DurrancePUMP
Class Kenneth R. Bridgers cleaner with ADDITIONS
vacuum power $1. tfchg Call 964-6210
10 to 3 Sat. only. Itp 11/7
Jr., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. nozzle and attachment. Like Lawtey $27,800.
------------ HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
------------ & SUPPLY CO.
Kenneth R. Bridgers of Bridge new. 1974. model. Young 444 G Starke Plaza
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City, Tex LECITHIN! VINEGAR! B6, Kirby Co., 119 N. Walnut St., PECANS bought and sold at Two 2 BR houses on lovely corner TRADED 864-N.TEMPLE AVE
KELPI! Now all four in one Ph. 9648787. Itchg. Starke Farmers Market. 11/14 lots, some furniture. Very ACREAGE FOR SALE

capsule, ask for VB6+- only 5tchg 12/12 neat. Total price for both -
--- --------- 964-6853
Seaman Larry TubbIs $2.98, Mitchell's Drugs. 3t ------------ $18,700. BRING NEW tf

Outstanding Recruit 1128DON'T FOR SALE: Used solid body CAL'S PLUMBING HWY 3O1 S. STARKE TF

Nov. 11 Navy Seaman -- -.- -- ---- Gbson guitar WIth Gibson ATTENTION ,.. ""3 BMV4 bath furnished double- Repair and Construction. LIFE TO YOURCARPETING

Larry A Tubb, son of Mr. and amplifier at Dahmers Your Future is Nowl! wide mobile home on 1 acre with All work done by Licensed

Mrs. Charles A. Tubb of 1401 Discount. tfchg. access to Spring Lake. Com- Plumber. Phone 964-6947
Ree St. Starke ------------ be 10-24-74 Revive the original beautyof
graduated G.E D. EXAMINATIONS will plete hookup for another MH 16tp 11675. Davidson
outstanding recruit from MISC.: Closing shop due to ill Given Week Of December2nd $13,650.Call. your rugs. Cleaned in

recruit training at the Naval health. Must sell contents, 25 1974 Applications for Mobile Home ParkIn your by Von own Schrader home '. .

Training Center, Orlando.He to 50 percent off TANNEY'S the Examinations must be us.We have more. dry-foam method. ,,
is scheduled to report to ANTIQUES, Hwy. 301 North. made in Advance. For More $ SAVE $ City Limits No muss.No fuss.

Basic Submarine School, New Itchg 11/21 Information Please Call 964- CECELIA TERWILLEGAR No odor.Use the L
London, Conn. Bradford-Union Area $30 Per MOl same day.
------------ 6150 Associate
The training included In- FRED DAVIS
struction in seamanship, FOR SALE 38 Snub nose Vocational-Technical Center, Phone 964-5145 Walk To New All work
GMC TRUCKS .
Street,
609 North Orange
military regulation fire fight Revolvers $4995, 22 hand BUICK PONTIAC Shopping Center guaranteed ,
Starke, Rorida 32091. 11/21
ing, close order drill, first aid guns from $19.95, 357 .A LITTLE RIDE CAN Phone for FREEi
and Navy history.Strawberry. Magnum 11500. Dahmers 2tchg 11/28 A.J.Thomas.Realtor City Gas, Water& Sewer i estimate
SAVE YOU A LOT"TF
Discount tfchg 621 N.Walnut St.
------------ Tel.944-6162 GREEN COVE SPRINGS"INSURANCE On 301 South today.


Winter Annuals Plants AND...DRINK DRIVE! FOR Macclenny.Inn SALE, Hwy: Midget 90 Reasonable W.,Burger downtown down Drive t FOR RENT J JFOR I tained Frame,duplex two bedrooms In City, well, 1 main-bath I Jolu 964-8810 Motel M & M.Sales & Service

each paved streets AT REDUCED RATES !
available. apartment !;))64.62101 444 Starke Plaza
Vegetable PlantsNOW Mcohol! : and gasoline is a payment, terms .
school. Price $15,000.00.Owner
fatal mixture, so if Owner will finance. Owned near AUTO FIRE, BOAT
AT ROSIER'S' you Paul Crews RENT: Furnished house at will finance half of pur
and
operated by DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
don't drive.
drink
301 8. WALNUT ST. Keep 1013 Butler Road. 1tp 11/21 chase price.
for 10 259-6404
Ph. I
alert for the drunk driver, years. AGENCY OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
Macclenny, Fla. 11/7 4tp ----------- -
especially during the holi- 11/28 New homes outside City, paved TCHG HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ? is0__
FOR RENT: 2 BR unfurnished
days. Don't become one ------------ with all
For 3 bedrooms,
:NO; HUNTING SIGNS: street, :rtrIiiae 1W 1 .I
house 534 W. Madison. Call .
sale and rent signs. The of his victims. SMALL TRACTS FOR SALE- modern conveniences. Down l

Office Shop. 6, TVi, 10 acre tracts. One 964-8404. Itchg. 11/21 payment and monthly paymentsvery We'now have a Jullttme appli-
------------ FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN
mile north of Starke city reasonable. ance repairman for all your

FOR SALE: Notebooks, FOR SALE: Notebooks limits. Good price, good FOR RENT: Trailer lot. Also two repair needs. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

Memo pads envelopes, Memo pads envelopes, terms. Phone 377-2810 or 372- trailers for sale or rent. Ph. 3 Bedroom 1 Bath frame residence PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF

markers, adding machine markers adding machineand 9687.Ask for Mrs. Smith. 1tp 964-6365. Itp 11/21 in City close in and very Call BoIdcocks

and cash reg. paper. The .... Price Buyer 964-528
cash reg. paper. The 11/21 ------ ----- quiet. $17,500.00.

Office Shop. Office Shop. ------------ arranges finances.
FOR RENT 2 BR mobile
FOR SALE: Multiplying onion home. Call 964-8245 964-
1111111111111111 11 sets, cushaws, sweet pie 5690. 1tp 11/21 or Large and small acreage tracts. BLANDINO mINTI.WALL PAPERWEIOLESALE
pumpkins collard plants. See me for terms.
STARKE ROOFING CO.
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Seeds: garkms, roselle, For guaranteed Roofingand
PRINTINGYour Phillipine lily 203 Christian FOR RENT Mobile Home Roofing Repairs call >1

Street. 964-7866. 11/14 2tp subdivision % acre lots $35 :3 bedroom frame, In town 468.1243 ''NO

11/22 mo.,3 miles from city limits at 59,000 with terms Hampton, Florida TT.Tunll .
intersection of Hwy 16 and .
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d@ Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. 2 bedroom frame, south of 4tp Fhcron: i Pa i
& / ? FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Unoleum tfchg town. $12,800 Oil Yams; Produ,1.
$3.98,9 by 12 Linoleum$7,96.
------------ Name BrartdWdlpapars
Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 15 in
stock. Hundreds to 'choose FOR RENT 12' wide mobile.homes 1 :3 bedroom, 2 bath, new BRASINGTONCADILL.VCOLDSMOBILE "" et4n4.Lv.38a506.SJacksonville..:, /!
house. in town. $23,600
from outside limits. J.8. : 11/21
at Dahmers Discount city Fla. 32210
11 tfchg White. Ph. 9646114.' If no SALES&SERVICE
11111 :3 bedroom brick, in
------------ answer call 964-8775. tfchg Fine selection of Used Cars
Lawtey. $35,500
FOR SALE Two lots with 2&3 - - -- Taken On Cadillac Trades

bedroom trailers, in Waldo. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, new feet N.W.l3th 378-5301

Call 468-1211, Mrs. Copeland. house on2' acre. $32SCO GAINESViLLETILE CARDIN BROS.Specializing
10/31 4tp 11/21 .

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2
Own small farms. One on 2Va

FOR SALE Registered Angus I acres, the other on Nacres In

cows. Heifers and bull calves. LITTLE RED
SEPTIC INSTALLATION AND
W
,
J.B. \White. also have large
Phone
Personalouch. 9646114or
FOR SALE 250cc Kawasakidirt CABARETAntique
9648775. tfchg acreage, mobile homes HEAVY EQUIPMENT
bike, new Knobbie tires & business, and commercial and UsedFurniture
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racing pipe. $300. Ph. 964- properties

YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, 8285 or 782-3075.: 1tp 11/21 PHONE 964-6750
Sl layaway now for Xmas FRED SACKETT-REALTOR 122 East Call Street
at ------------ 1/16
Dahmers Discount. tfchg. 206 N. Temple(US-301))
STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 2W 964-6522 STARKE "
------------ P. O. Box 128 STARKE FLA.
Design your own stationeryto N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, Nite468.1753 It ,

your own specifications with tltttalt dealer Your authorized tfchg. HODAKA

creative staff ------------
from
help our t MISCElU1NEOUSPAUL 1

I fall name and address or mono- Help Wanted YOUNG (D CO.

gram. It's a great gift idea, too. t WANTED' J Income Tax Preparation

I Our rates are reasonable.QQOQOC. C. NUGENT, JR. electri- Experienced Preferred, Vacuum Cleaners
cal
contractor, commercial
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$
D and residential wiring. Ph. Used Machines 10 Up.
but will train
i ( 4681406. 11/21/ 4tp 12/12 WOMEN now with- Earn LUZIER extra money PER- 'New & Rebuilt Kirby -
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SONALIZED COSMETICS. Apply H. & R. Block Expert Repair Service All Makes
, oaoaQaa( ? CAKES baked and decorated for Direct selling It our business.

: al occasions call or sea Mrs. Call louise Stern, area & Models
Noon
A.M. 12 :00
Fri. 9:00 :
DeVoa, 540 W. Adkins. Ph. manager. Ph. 964-6616, :

135 W. CAU-ST.oSTARKE 964-5729. 1tp 11/14' Starke, Fla. 11/7 3tchg 11/21 118 N. Walnut St. Starke 117 N. Walnut 964-8787 Starke Fla.
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Page'IK TELEGRAPII November 21,IUI

SES Parents To Hun

Community ThanksgivingService School For One Day I



Set For Nov. 27A Starke having a Elementary Parent Participation Schoolis Monday December 9.10 and, for Tuesday orienta

Day December 11 in tion."If it catches on this will be
NewsBy Thanksgiving Williams will give the invoca- which the parents are invitedto "
Community Principal
service will be held Wednes- tion; Rev. George Harper will c '.r.' .. >'1, take the place of the principal Carl the first Clark of a says.CORRECTION series. ,
p
t aid
the responsive reading, i ; teacher ,
day First, Nov.United 27, at 7 p.m.Methodist in the and lead Rev. Charles Whatley will l l .(.... '",.. '.. -," I'H secretaries, teachers,librarian and

Elizabeth Givens Walker Church. Everyone is invited to give the Thanksgiving prayer. t .B..I' ! n interested in any The of Margaret
Any parent name
effort. attend. ........ (
SCHOOL NEWS this First The Methodist chancel choir '" capacity may apply in the Annette Crawford, grade 8,
of the >
Bethlehem Freewill Rev. Ben Bryant ., ;t
,
Basic classes are in Greater ... } ,jar\ Elementary school omitted from
Adult Church Rev. Baptist Church will deliver will present several Thanks. titL .' Starke was mistakenly
progress and all\ interested Baptist Williams pastor. the sermon. Rev. JasperSunday giving selections. office !K 4-6091, or write the the list of those on the A-B
adults are invited to register Jasper services started office. Apply for position honor roll at Bradford Middle
wanted for Revival wanted. School in the Nov. 14
for any subject with Rev. Hen- published
self-improvement or job ad- derson Monday Hudson night speaking. Rev. Mary Scoggins, 74 L Parents will need to come edition of The Telegraph.
vancement. For informationcall Franklin spoke Wednesday k, Margaret is the daughter; of
Vo-Tech 9646150.; J.P. Donnie 11. Crawford
the and Rev. G.G. Me- Mr. and Mrs.
night, Services are scheduled '
No. 352 Parents of
Brownie Troop SES Hampton.
at Arthur will speak Friday Friday, Nov. 23, for Mrs.
moots each Monday at 3:30: The Telegraph apologizesfor
IUE Girls in the 2nd and 3rd night. All services is Trustee start at Day 8 Mary L. Scoggins, 74, who Invited To Lunch the error.
Sunday afternoon in
p.m. died Tuesday
BeulahJ.
Mrs.
join. '
grade may 1'
with
with services starting r General in
Sarah J.Morris Alachua Hospital
Mrs. school is
Lennon,
Church School at 9:30.: Mor- Gainesville following a brief Starke Elementary nnST'IIHIST\\\ :\:
and Mrs. Holland\ areleadl'rs. Lunch Room
11. Dinner having a Parent
ning Worship at illness. OIL'IU NOTICKThe :
Parents are asked to will be served at 12:30: and at Services will be held at 10:30: Participation where parentsare First Christian Churchof
with this organization. with
cooperate will ? invited to have :lunch
3 p.m. the Masonic family fipd ( a.m. Friday in the Madison Starke will have a prospective -
render a program. At 6 p.m. arU6' Church in their child. minister from Tampa at
Baptist
Street
will meet Saturday H the
Cub Scouts J is effort by
will presenta This an and
people Denton Sunday morning
the young Starke with Rev. the
in theprojl'Ct
at 2
24 CQ
Nov.at the, home p.m.of Miss skit entitled, "The Church : I pcQ Sumrall officiating. Burial school to make parents the school's more evening service. All members

Juunita Griffin. All Cubs are Fight." The public is invited. will be at 3:30: p.m. Friday in familiar with according to and visitors are invited to
New Bethel Baptist Church. in Tift lunch room, attend both services.
invited to attend.A Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday School, Omega Georgia.Cemetery Principal Carl Clark. ............................
Work Shop for Scoutmasters Bible Class and Prayer 9:45: ; Morning Worship, 11 County. This is the first time for the
held Monday and Training, Mrs. Scoggins is survived FOR SALE. 3M
was 4 Saturday. o'clock; Church school to have Parent Lunch Tapes.
Nov. 18 Meeting, p.m. 7:30. by two sons: Clarence R. and double stick. inch,
Wednesday nights, Revival services are still in 6:15: ; Evening Worship : Room Participation. It started V/! 2 and
and 20. at RJE. until Sunday. The Monday Junior Bell William B. Scoggins, both of Monday November 18, and 31/gl! inch wide magic< tape.
progress and Church Anniversary Choir, 3:15: ; Girl's Ensemble, Starke; three brothers: W. H. The Church of Jesus will last for the next six Also Masking Tape. 3f4>!
NAACPNKWS Pastor will be held Sunday 6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7 o'clock. Williams and Willie Williams, weeks, until parents of all 640 Inch 1 Inch, 111/1! Inch,
The Thanksgiving Banquet, School at Tuesday Junior Choir, both of Cypress, Fla., and students have been invited. and 2 Inch tape. All at The
with Sunday
sponsored by the Bradford starting Morning Worship at 11.Evening 3:20: ; Associational "MNight" Clayton T. Williams, of Frost- Christ of Latter Day Saints, Office Shop
9:30.: sisters, Mrs. H. C.
four
County Branch of the NAACP, First Baptist Church, proof;
Service, 6:30.:
.
David
and Mrs.
will be held at Greater Bethlehem Heights, Florida, Marchant -- --
Rev. Keystone'
Freewill Baptist Churchat :Mt.Zion AME: Church. A Zeigler, both of Omega, Ga.; Washington Temple
:
Bethel Pastor.
8$2.50 p.m.,will Nov.be 23.given.A donationof Thespeaker delicious Richard breakfast was 7:30.Wednesday Thanksgiving -Service Community, First Centro Mrs. ,Ramey Calif.; and Sides Mrs.of Otis El Attending the dedication of the Washington Temple of the Bible Answers :

will be attorney served last Sunday by the Church Rev. Ben Neogles of Columbus, Ga.; six Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Sunday to
men of the church, Methodist and !Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal Mr. and
is young grandchildren great- Wf'dnl'sdayere:
The public 7
Aaron Green. will bring message .
which was a great success. Bryant grandchildren.DeWitt :Mrs. LutherGrel'nl\Irs. Earl "oyles.I\I.: .. W. II. hart Mrs. CAN A PERSON BE SAVED OUTSIDE THE CHURCH'
invited.IIKLL The senior members are p.m. C. Jones Funeral W. ":. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Townsend. Mr. and Mrs.

CHAPTER OES grateful for this successful -Ben P. Bryant, Pastor Home of Starke is in charge of Russell Bryant. !Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Duke IMr. and Mrs. Jesse 1. Christ Purchased the church With His Own Blood.
D..bbleIlss! Anna
Instead of Eastern Star effort. arrangements. Branson and daughters. Gail and "Feed the church of God which he hath purchased with his
announced last week, Services begin Sunday with Tillman, Mrs Lee S. Brimhall, Mrs. Hosalee!- Brooks. Mr.-- own blood." Acts 20:28.: Why did Jesus shed his blood for it. if
[Day\ as Church School at 10 a.m. and Mrs. C. J. Sherwood Mr. and :Mrs. IM. J. Dobbs. l>ir.
?
the Masonic family will hold a OBITUARIESBeatrice men can be saved without it
celebrationat Morning Worship at 11. After- David Black and !Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns. The group went by

Thanksgiving::1 p.m. Sunday Day Nov 24, at noon service, 4 p.m. Baptist ; : Scouting chartered bus. joining others from Jacksonville. 2. Can people Be Saved Without Sanctification?

Greater Bethlehem Freewill 'hurch St. John Rev.Missionary Willie Huflman RobertsMrs. I.I I News Sanctification is in Christ. "To them that are sanctified in
Baptist Church. All membersof Weekly services begin Christ Jesus, called to be saints 1 Cor. 1:2.: To be in Christ is to
the Masonic family are with pastor.Prayer Band meeting at Beatrice Jones Carolyn Eaves Donations Needed To Complete be in the church. "And fill up that which is behind of the afflictions

invited to cooperate. The 12 noon Monday. Prayer Roberts, 75, of 427 N. OrangeSt. of Christ in my flesh for his body's sake which is the
public is invited. The speakerwill Meeting and Bible Study .. Starke, died Monday. 964.5812 Tornado Band Uniform PurchaseBradford church." Col. 1:24.:
Heastie of
be Hev. K.G.
combine Wednesday at 6 p.m. Surviving are four daughters -
Greater Allen Chapel AME Sunday services begin with Louvenia Lawson, Or- A group ov women have 3. Can a Person Be Saved Without the Body of Christ?

Church. Church School at 10 a.m. lando; Vivian Padgett, agreed to give their time and Band Boosters are well." Cassels says, and the And he is the Savior of the body." Eph. 5:23.: The body is the
Morning Worship at 11. After Macclenny; Doris Malsch, elforts for Girl Scouts this still $1,400 short of collectingthe bank note is due Church. "And he is the head of the body, the church. Col.
Cm'KCIlNEWS: noon service 4 p.m.DOSTEKSTKONG. Washington, D.C. ; and school year. We have at the $10,500 to pay for the 100 "This is the reason we are 1:18.:
Church of God in Christ Voncille Griffis, Dunellon; present time twice the new uniforms band membersare having to come back to the
Elder O.K. Williams pastor. one son, Thomas W., Lake number of last year troops sporting this fall says community to again request 4. Can a Person Be Saved Without, Being a New Creature''

The'WCC requests the honorof Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kellyof Butler; a sister. Mrs. Pauline meeting. No girl should be left Bandmaster Dean Cassels. donations for band uniforms," "Therefore, if any man be in Christ he is a new creature old
your presence at their se- Lawtey announce the approaching Griffith, and one brother, out and this is wonderful. "There has been a misunderstanding the band master points out. things are passed away, behold all things are become new 2
cond anniversary program marriage of their Clarence Jones, both ofMacclenny Leaders include Mrs. in the com- Either the note must be extended Cor. 5:17.::
Friday. night Nov. 22, at 8 Emma Louise ; 21 grandchildren, Warren Stevenson in Hampton munity about our asking or donations receivedto

p.m They are planning for. daughter Doster, to Benjamin Franklin and 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Mrs. Randolph in Lawtey, money for band uniforms," pay it off, he points out. 5. Can a Person Be Saved and Condemned at the Same Time
your entertainment.Mrs. and Mrs. services were heldat Mrs. Dale Hatfield and Mrs. Cassels states. He wishes to Donations may be sent to
of Mr.
son "There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are
Strong
Teresa president
Holiday : of Wednesday in in Raiford and that the Bradford High School in care
Thomas Enoch Strong, Jr., also 2:30: p.m. Shirley McCoy assure the public in Christ Jesus." Rom. 8:1.:
:Mrs. Ruby secretary Lawtey. South Prong Cemetery in Mrs. Stephen Pillow, Mrs. funds the band parents are of Cassels.

<; !reasurer.ireater Allen. Chapel AMEChurch. The wedding will take placeon Baker County with Macclenny Clyde Wagner, Mrs. Donna asking for now is still part of 6. Can a Person Be Saved Without Reconciliation to God
at Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Carol Brent and purchase. The
Knapp. original
at 5 the
Itev. R.G. Heastie December 22 p.m. Carol McNeil in Lake addi- SFCC Board Reconciliation is in the body or church. "And that he might
:Mrs. band is not purchasing
pastor.. Weekly services beginyith the Kelly home. Cassels reconcile both unto God in one body by the cross, having slain
relatives are Butler.In tional uniforms,
All friends and Meets Today "
Class Meeting and Food I Handlers Starke the Brownie the enmity thereby. Eph. 216.:
each Tuesdayat invited to attend.DON'T. states. ,
Prayer Meeting leaders are Mrs. Ed Kimutis, Some people also think the
1p.m.. Choir rehearsal for Course Slated Jackson, Mrs. J.T. the GAINESVILLE The 7. Can a Branch Bear Fruit Without Being In the Vine
Mrs. Marc band will have to give
('hoir:0.:\: 2, 7 p.m. Wednes- Carverl\lrs. Doug Gray, Mrs. uniforms back if the Board of Trustees of Santa Fe "As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself except it abide in the
d.i\ Rehearsal for Choir No. 1ut James Community College will hold vine, except abide in me. Jno 15 4. Wr
Here Nov. 25-26 Macy Crowder Mrs. remaining $1,400 owed is not no more can ye ye
8 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday Griffis, Mrs. Chris Wilson, this the bandmaster its regular monthly meeting cannot be disciples or Christians without bearing fruit "Herein is
paid
services will begin with will Mrs. Levy Lennon and Mrs. but year adds this is not at 3:30: pm. today (Thursday. my Father glorified that ye bear much fruit, so.hall ye be my
A food handlers course says the college'sNorthwest
('hurch School at 10 a.m.Morning November 21)) at disciples." Jno. 15.8.
: Worship at 11 with be held in the Bradford County Sarah Morris. true either. Campus, 3000 N.W.
Junior leaders are Mrs. the band had to
this Last
Building
Junior Choir serving. Agriculture year
Street.
the 83rd
Everyone is asked to attend coming Monday and Tuesday, Paul Holt, Mrs. Doug Briggs, raise the entire $10,500 of All interested citizens are Souths.dc Church of Christ:
and Mrs A.J. Eaves. the school board paid
Fellowship !Hour at 3 p.m. Nov 25-26, from 2-4 p.m., Mrs. which invited to( attend the meeting
Board No. 1 will according to the Bradford Cadette leaders are $2,000 and the public the in Room F-
Stewardess
their at 8 County Health Department.All R.S. Mullins and Mrs. A.J. remainder, except for the which will convene 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301

hold Friday anniversary Nov. 22, at the food handling establish- Eaves. above mentioned $1,400. This 259.titan.............. ........
pm church with Mrs. B.J. l.ennon ment managers or assistantsare Senior advisors are Mrs. remaining balance was looking at stack of Send questions to Schidnie of Si> wees'
The public is urged to attend the educa- George Loper and Miss borrowed from a local bank. Christmas cards ready to CnseyA Carlisle. Sunday
us invited.. speaker. tional conference by Dr. Hjalmar McMillan.Cadette Plans were to pay off the mail: "This year it finally Minister lO.i. m Bihle. Study
Thnext official meetingwill Robert R. Gillespy, director of Troop No. 520 spent loan with proceeds from the happened the stamps cost Rl 3. II kiln i Worship
be held Monday night .GIVE CHILDREN the Health Department.The Friday night and Saturday at new concession stand open at more than the cards." Starke FIa i I Worship
..
Gold Head State Park. It was "This the Goddard Sherman
course is designed to football games. year
after the first Sunday at 8 p.m.
All officers and members of DANGEROUS TOYS benefit food handler manage- an excellent night for studyingthe : concession stand hasn't done King Features

t he church are asked to please Check those toys! Are ment in the area of food sani- John stars Smiths and we coming appreciatethe and .
tation and food safety practices -
attend.
The Junior Church has anactivity they approved? Look for The course is requiredin pointing out the constella
going to make readyto sharp edges and points. the place of the health card. tions. The girls really enjoyed
the State-Tri in the Check for hidden sharp One managerial representative having them. The scouts '
to
summer go and get uniforms. All wires and staples. Avoid from each establishmentwill planned and prepared their ]., .k!.

members are asked to please toys that heat up and toys be sufficient, according to own Could meals be they and did learned a great a job.few

cooperate with them. They that shoot. Dr. Gillespy. _
need the ,support of adults in things also. fe'I

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SENIOR
CITIZENSBradford ,. .
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BROOKER IN BRIEFBy --1T------ Civituns Clean Up
County Senior money, is the basic cause ot _
Citizens attended a covered inflation. The new word is Jeannette Prescott Mi.r Old Political SignsThe
dish luncheon given by our 'stagflation.." That
means a
sister club in Green Cove stagnant economy (high BROOKER ELEMENTARY of the Church, the women on I .fly Starke Clvitan Club
Springs Tuesday, Nov. 19. A unemployment) and the curse SCHOOL NEWS the other. Special music was i finished up the politicalseason
delegation from the Hampton of inflation at the same time The Brooker PTA met furnished by the mens choir. for 1974 this past
Club also attended. an unheard of economic situa Tuesday night, Nov 12, to discuss During the Worship Service, Saturday by collecting politi-
Seven members of our club tion. There is no uniform proposals concerning donations of canned goods .IY / w4 1i cal signs on the highways in
participated in the County opinion on the cause, nor how best to use the funds filled two baskets to be givento '' Bradford County.
Home Economics project agreement on how to deal with raised from this years carni- needy families of the area. i ;-: 'S'i The collection amounted to
which is held once a year in this crisis val. Several ideas and '
by over 200 of our pro- three pickup trucks full. Most
November at the Agricultural nation's leading economists. posals were considered. The MONTEOCIIA GORDON i signs were of democratic can-
Building. This was a "show we ponder deeply over these only proposals that were acted COMMUNITY CENTER didates. Bill Hester won the
and tell" exhibit of handicraftand facts and wonder "When will upon was a $75 per teacher The Community Center is dummy award for the most
hobbies which can be used we ever learn?" allocation for instructional sponsoring a ThanksgivingDinner k signs displayed.The .
for exhibition at the County We sincerely believe that supplies, and to prepare to be held Nov. 26, to Civitan members parti-
Fair and Strawberry Festival. Bradford County needs a Christmas bags this year. start at 12:30: p.m. All memo cipating in this civic project
A number of our members Better Business Bureau Daryl Brewer, Virginia bers are invited to attend. In- were: Wayne Hersey, J.E.
wished to join in the Senior Every county in Florida Crews, and Jackie Johns, formation furnished by Gertrude Tomlinson Phil Vellenga,
Citizen college projects at should have one. Complaints volunteered to be in charge.All Ferrero. A.C Pooser and John M.
Santa Fe College. Literaturewill reaching my desk indicate other proposals were Miller
be distributed at our next poor workmanship and failure referred to a committee con- FUNERALThe .
meeting to help members to keep appointments with sisting of Margaret Dyal, Community extends FOR SALK : Notebooks,
decide on which courses they people for service, which Betty Hayes, Betty Lynn and their sympathy to the familyof :Memo pads, envelopes,
are interested. Communications drags on for months; failure Phil Vellenga. This committeeis Mr. Valburn Harrell,for the markers,
will be made to Dr. Bob to give service on appliancesor to consider and evaluate all loss of their loved one. Local cash adding machineand
McManus to work out detailsof goods, and services sold. Is proposals and make recom- members include his sister, Office rrg. paper. The
days, times, and transpor there an ombudsman in Brad- mendations for the special Mrs. Geneva Neighbors, his Shop
tation. This seminar at Santa ford County? Such an officer PTA meeting on Jan. 21. brothers, Mr. Malcolm and
Fe College will start in would help to correct the There will only be two daysof Guy Harrell. He was a nativeof
January 1975.Election shoddy treatment dished out school for students next Brooker but had resided in Winning Bradford High debate team members are l-r( ): Joan Dyal P. J. Jenkins, Julie
of officers for Griffis Itenita Franklin, and Darla Christopher Miss' Dyal and Miss Griffis formed the only
1975is by some of our merchants. week. Thursday and Friday St. Petersburg about 45 years.
next on our agenda. Come This is the Rotary "Four will be Thanksgiving Holidaysand undefeated debate team at Raines High In Jacksonville as BUS won the title there Saturday.

prepared to nominate, second, Way Test" of the things we Wednesday will be a PERSONALSMr.
and vote your choice for a think, say, or do: 1. Is it the Teacher Planning Day. Mrs. and Mrs. Arley Luke, on
decisive, strong, Democratic truth? 2. Is it fair to all con Powell is the proud Mother ofa their vacation for two weeks, BHS Debaters Win
leadership in our club. cerned? 3. Will it build good new baby girl, and will be were visiting relatives in Tourney
Correction: In my last will, and better friendships? 4. out for the next few weeks. Georgia. While there they ':' ..:- ---
article I quoted Jack and Will it be beneficial to all con Mrs. Edna Hart from Starke visited his sister, Mrs. Maude
Laura Killoran as being cerned? will be substituting until Mrs. Heaton in Alapha; Mrs. Over 20 Schools At RainesFive j;.i( t ttilCRh (
married 22 years. This should I was presented with this Powell returns. Luke's sisters Homer and

have been 40 years. Similarly, Four Way Test plaque by the Rachel Deaton, Elzie and members of Bradford Claude Morgan of Starke. Benita (Franklin, daughterof
Walter and Peg Richardsonsaid Starke Rotary Club, Interna- PHYSICAL Judy Hester, of West Green, High School debate team The BUS debate team of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
8 years, which should tional. My thanks and compli- EDUCATION NEWS Ga. Also their niece and scored enough points to win P.J. Jenkins and Darla Chris (Franklin of Lawtey, placed
have been 14 years. Sorry, ments.These are guidelines to Mrs. Powell's class has nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Garvis forensics tournament at topher placed third in the third in women's ex
folks! But it made feel better and honest been divided into four Davis in Ga. "Make a Joyful Noise unto
you business up Douglas, They Raines High School in Jack tournament with a 2-1 mark. temporaneous. Her topic was
younger for a while anyway. relations. teams for kickball league. had a very nice vacation.Mr. sonville with 20 area school P.J. is the son of Ittr. and Mrs. current events.It the Lord, All Ye lands."
Ha. ha! Our next meeting will be Students made up team and Mrs. R. L. Chesserof competing Nov. 9. Jay D. Jenkins of Keystone was the third debate tournament Enter Into His gates with
The holiday season is again held November 26 at 1 p.m. at names. They are Miami Dol- Alachua were visiting Mr. Going undefeated 3-0, in its Heights; Darla is the daughter of the year, but the second ThanksgivingThis -."
with us. We think of the the Pratt Street Recreation phins, the Gators, Dynamites, and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Sunday, debate rounds the BUS teamof of !Mr. and Mrs. Thomas in which BUS has com
harried mothers housewives, Center. Members are expected and Buffalos. Each student Nov. 10. Mrs. Blanche Baxterof Joan Dyal and Julie Griffisout Donald Christopher of Starke. peted. is the season of the
and senior citizens who go to to attend, and guestsare will have the opportunity to be Gainesville was visiting debated all teams in the Miss Dyal also won second Debate topic Saturday was year set aside as a seasonof
the grocery and other stores always welcome.Joe captain and to be pitcher. them this past Sunday after- tournament. Joan is the place as best speaker in "Should the U.S. Significantly thanksgiving. A time
with much trepidation. The Mrs. Ivey and Mrs. Scott's noon. daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. debate and Miss Christopherwon Change The Method of Select when we should all recountour
cost of sugar is preposterous. Kerrigan classes have started a unit in Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hart Jerry Dyal of Starke; Julie is a third place in that ing Presidential and Vice- many blessings and
Margarine is now as dear as volleyball with skills, team and girls, Missy and Deedee, the daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. category.Student Presidential Candidates." give thanks unto our God
butter, and other commoditiesthat play and rule fundamentals and Claude Prescott, were for all the bounty of life. In
are used in cooking and being stressed. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. these days when so much
baking soar daily. Schooll\lenu This weeks RUN FOR FUN William Lynn, Sun. Nov. 10. Skills attention is called to the
The evidence is three four, mileage champs are Mark They returned after churchfor Improve, suffering and
hardship
and sometimes five price Crews, Ray Wilkerson and coffee and cake. so
mark-ups on cans and pack- Bradford County Elemen- Warren Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hart many are enduring/does it
ages of food showing that tary Schools and Bradford was visiting Rev. and Mrs. Statewide Testing ShowsStudents not remind you of God's
cxhorbitant profits are being Middle School: NEW RIVER BAPTIST Brookins, at home in Hampton. blessing on us and how
squeezed out of the daily fareof Monday-Sloppy Joe on bun, CHURCH NEWS Rev. Brookins is still con- in grades 3.6, and 9 cation skills for grade 9 was grade 3 for the district was much we should be thank
the people, especially the buttered corn. Potato chips, GA's : Deborah Green, fined to bed. Keep him in your of the Bradford County school an average district gain of 1.25 higher than state with an ful for them?
poor, disabled, and the fruit cup, milk. Linda Manning, Susan Doug prayers. system tested last year scored percent and the average state average district gain of 2.26
elderly. Tuesday-Thanksgiving las, Corky and Janet Welch, Mrs. Jean Hart wishes to higher than the previous sills gain was 1.59 percent. Com percent whereas the average Join us next Sunday for a
The energy crisis (?) of last Dinner: Roast turkey, Sharon and Carol Fussell, take this opportunity to thank on communication munication skills for grade 6 state gain was 1.53 percent. thanksgiving service at the
year seems today to be a mashed potatoes, dressingwith Susie Welch, and Karen everyone for their prayers, (reading and writing), mathematics was an average district gainof Jockel said that stale statistics First Baptist Church where
farce. giblet gravy green Davis, members of the Girlsin money and help while her and science. 6.17 percent and the will be helpful to teachers every service is a thanks-
Gas and oil corporations are beans, pumpkin pie, cran- Action went to the nursing husband Grady, was in the "Teachers worked hard and average state gain was 5.9 in working toward higher giving service.
now pressuring the gas station berry sauce rolls, butter, home in Starke to visit and hospital and after, too. it's paid off."They are doing a percent. The average district scores on future tests. For the
men to use any and all kinds of milk. serve ice cream to the Especially, Mr. E. W. Hodges, great job, says Richard gain was 2.17 percent and the first time scores were broken ATTEND THE
gimmicks, including longer Bradford High School: patients. Sat. Nov. 16. Mrs. Jr., for his help. God bless Jockel, curriculum coordina state the communication gain was 4.27 percent skills for in down to show teachers whatobjectives COMMUNITY
working hours, to sell more Monday-Corndog, baked Joan Welch, G.A. Leader and tor.Jockel each student had THANKSGIVING
gas,oil and grease. Was there beans, cole slaw, mixed fruit, Mrs. Theo Dyal furnished you.Mrs.. Jean Hart and Mrs. said that teachersmet grade 3.Impro'ement. mastered and what the SERVICE
roll milk.Tuesday. David last year to discuss plansfor in math for student needed work on.
REALLY a gas and oil shortage transportation to Starke. Betty Lynn was visiting 9 district WED. EVENINGNOV.
improving student scoreson grade was an average -
Thanksgiving Prescott in Alachua General
? lined
The people up gain of 1.3 and 27, 7 o'clockAT
of percent
behind their government to Dinner: Roast turkey, OLD FASHIONED NIGHT Hospital, and Mr. Eugene testing. Suggestions NEED TO CLEAN YOUR
conserve on these products.Now mashed potatoes, dressingwith Sunday night members of Crosby, in North Regional teaching approaches were the average The state loss was district 2.78 TYPEWRITER? Come by METHODIST FIRST UNITED
giblet gravy green New River their clothesof Hospital, Mon. Nov. 11. discussed in areas of weak. percent. average The CHURCHRev.
it seems we have been wore Keep Office Shop and pickup
in math for .
that could gain grade 6 was Ben
ness improve Bryant
led down the garden path beans, cranberry sauce, yesteryear and worshippedin them in your prayers.1IISCELL'tOEOUS. some liquid or sheet
and the hada
2.36 state
again. pumpkin pie, rolls, butter, the old fashioned way. All student understanding. percent cleaner for your Will Bring Message ,
Improvement in communi loss of 1.11 percent. Math for
(Fiat or printing press milk. men were seated on one side : typewriter.
SHOWER
Friends of Wanda Rabon,
Bride-elect of John Lacy
Dubose, honored her with a An Equal Opportunity Employere.

Miscellaneous Bridal Shower,
Mon. Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in
the Brooker Recreation
Baptist -
Building. She received .... ,
many useful gifts. About 40
c guests participated.

r' Hostesses: Alma Outlaw,
O p CO4ppOa Carol Lee Jones, Doris a

Kelley, Jean Douglas, Rose
!Mott, Lavern Edwards, Lea
Temple, Carolyn Dyal, Dolly
Harrell.
The hostess gift to her was a
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-1' According to J. Stuart
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and
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