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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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final vote on imposing a 10 North! Marion High School

per cent utility tax will be for the last regular game of
taken at the December 2 Vote
the season.
meeting of the Lawtey City ImpossibleFor
Commission.A I IUIS[ has. to win this

public hearing on the ,' Kamito make the playoffs.,
matter was held at the regular the- last t of four steps' the

meeting in November j Tues. BallotLAWTEY Tornadoes had lo .'onqul'I'III.forc' |
The utility tax is a require- .
the Iualifving1'01'| state.HHS
merit imposed by FHA
(Farmers Home Administration There can be no Tuesday morning however [ has. taken the l.'iM:
) as a prerequisite to s write-in vote in the Lawtey that alter l'nnll'rl'lI1Jth three games with iiupressive

lending money for the con ; / election on December 3 in Supervisor uf l<:Il'l.tionl''a:-'; domination hitting i
struction of a water system in spite of the death of Walter T. who
Flynn in turn consulted
...,t,' Fernandina ::1\\ 7, OrangePark
Lawtey. .+e (Pete( ) Smith, who was an incumbent Lawtey city at tOJ'lll'l'nl';
At the public hearing, some a .,e F, commissioner and Shaw and stale election (if fi- :.T\ ) 1 II 1. and [KastsideUK ;
residents objected to paymentof candidate. lor re-election in dais in Tallahassee, he was :\ Ili)
a utility tax when they had Group 4.Smith's. advised that state election The Ksislside; xnn edged I I ihi-I
not signed l up to be served by sudden death laws, should be followed '\l'll Tornadoes into the slate ('l.is-,
the water system. W T Monday led to a called though/( they had not Ix-en formally :rankings< tied al Kith? \\ itnllollywooil
(Pete) Smith, Lawtey Com meeting of the Lawtey adopted l h\ the city.I Instate 1 ('hanllnalt.llh I IIpoinlseach. I
missioner who died suddenlyIonday Citizens Committee Monday and county elections, I'nilcleated( t llc.iln.,
!\ had been an outspoken night where plans were madeto write-in \' are not allowed Forrest is I first in statewide l
opponent of the water run Mrs. A bblIdSSl'y! as a unless the write-in candidate (Class :l.rankinu! altertroiiniing (
system and the utility tax aav write-in candidate in Group has actually; qualified for the ,pre\ louslx tin
A special meeting of the in opposition to the remaining office by the qualifying] deadline defeated Leesburg :nil-:!
Lawtey Commission will beheld qua .died candidate lor the (Kxen: il votes are written Forrest will meet Ill'"|I"
at 7:30: p.m. MondayDec. post James. L Waters. in on the ballot. (they are not Vanguard Ibis xxeek.. Tlmrscl.ix
16, to consider adoptionof W l'nl'Iassechuirman! of morning inn lnidilion.il,
an ordinance adopting the the Citizens Committee( saidInmate (See Page I II Thanksgiving atlle l in ocnl.i
Southern Standard Plumbing Then the lug "Forrest 1 elexenxx
Code, and the National .ill meet ,'tUIOil'Ixldlull I Doli
(Electric: Code. m the lirsl round ol district I
All persons! interested in the Convicted; (Ila oils. Ihe same nijilil lir.nl.
ordinance will be lord High will meet .1 tile
/heard at this time. (:5I 'tamnrt'd'eldlon: elexi-n.( 'it
} the Tornadoes gel (pisl. North
dg'WK Of Motel Robbery :Marion tonight i \\ ednesdaxNox
( .FSP Inmate t. r 1S rti F :-'; 271Should I
the Tornadoes lie.ti
, Himself '. :'I"l'lhIal'illn: tonight/( "lid l
J Hangs Over Y ears'AiJ- :Milton next week the uill
probably; lace the big "Forn-i 1
KAIFOIU( ) An inmate ut
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It'UI1It hidl is lavnred oxer .1
the Florida State Prison al
ord STAKKK Stephen Bradford FUll,.I. represented l h\ I Alihiirndale/ / learn
Rail apparently cam'nlitlect Assistant t Public I DelenderStephen ) "\Ve' would be the and/ i
suicide (roust, a :)2) >ear old u lute I
by hanging prison inmate was sentenced I HcrnslciN. Icshlinji' /( dot." sass Head Torn.idn.,

:himself November Sunday 24. evening SU-iini rises From x\ilcr Thomas Lee Wade, 22. a Compam us xoliinleer fireman Pat Henry buttles his Nay first, the heal was so intense he could only "I II I'Il1I1t'1' lollowing his conviction by a hose caught/( ,a I rideith a Kittle;, II xxe cam put il ..illIngilhcr.
.. the Bradford. truck drier al the :iui trurk \\p'd liaxe, .1 I cli.inee"
black inmate at the Florida inside east ( all Sterol linildiiit.: Kirenien were' also lliniiif the door. County jury for (
State Prison, was found (pouring) uuler llinmt) I Ihe ,roof and in I the front und buck of robbery ol the Iloliday. Inn slop in Starke and made his We're over two ears ago. was hitchhiking' to Knovxille. ; <'lJtI ,Imlm> I'rexalti' (I,'..I/IC/
hanging( by the neck during ;a Circuit Judge John J.! Crews Tennessee. 111"1'1\ InlotI like he did against. K.I--I, I
routine cell check Sunday
of' the Eighth Fight ,JUdIC'.IIl'il'l'lut.I I here on September( :Wi where side .. "
evening about (i:2l;: ) p m. Blaze presiding( : at Faust's trial. .I lie remained until October Id. As alwaxs under Hurse. I tin

\Vadv. the only occupant of Guts Tire Company ThurMlao.u'l'l11hl'r: ; :21. said dcnxing I thai he was in sunkc I'.lIS: coaches are dOing 1 thenhnmexxofk.
I the single custody cell: to ; the :too> Near t"I'111ould run al the t time lit (he rubUrxFousl Torntido eoachrluixe -
which ho had been committed concurrently smith the sen 1 was later appro already !>l'ouIl'dldloll:
had fashioned a rope Irom the Il'lIl''ousl( is now serving onMX bended bx Ihe FBI .ind! and I l-'orresl! Thexxill "millForrest ?
lining of> his prison jacket and comictions for robln-ry in returned to prison on I Docrmher ) ( again I this 'Fbiii( -ti,m(\
hall also used his: trouser belt I Dade! l'uunl\,. Florida. Fousl i 111. 11172.Almost\ :!. morning/
to accomplish the hanging Firemen Battle For Hours has 24 \cai-s remaining on txui \ears endued f on :Milton i- a. big/( trawl uitli,
Supt.! ti. Forlner( SI id.j those convictions. the inxcstitiatinn "I the I loll-' lixe or ,i\ threeear. ,letleimen. ,
Assistant Stale. Attorney dlInn 1'0hhl'I'hdllll' Fmislxx / "uhieh, really m,1, ko .>
Tom Klxxell said (-'oustHI" as charged on an tilt 4)1111,1 illlleri'iu'i- (I'oaeh,; Ilin-i' '
j iJ STBKCit( and county was :sounded and about 25 I lirsl l'unkted in Dade Count turn IIll'du !u"t 111.\ l II.-t IU (pal\lain nlll l.i-i-lilliu> i: I"-01
t foam. !rlr firemen battled an l Fist: Call niemlwrs' ( of the Bradford in ISMil! at. the age. ol 19 on lour pled not giiilt.% to (Ihe robber (l-'oin-sl. I ::1 u, ;at the lull I'll' n i
Street blaze of undetermined headed}' Fire Department counts of' robbery. Alter being charge at his ,arraignment on b.lll Ml.tp. on .i (plllll) clri'p, 'ill
;Ii Iit' origin I for lour hours early last by Fire Chief Harry! ..v released from t prison: hl'I us September in. l II.-t!> I.eeoliurii, I0'I Ialure, pm'
(Friday morning :-';o22.. (;n'l'J1 answered t the second again coin ictcd in !uontwo The six-member ,|fury alter h1)iara( : t ,iht-,1d' to I \ in ihrMronil
.> before. the I lire, just one block alarm with more equipmentand o counts of' robbery in Dade! hearing the testinmnx of I tin- hiilt, 'Itul l.i'i-sbur,
Irom thecity power plant was: additional manpower County two ,,1ll'lIm'"p, ,. John li.nl! .1 e line linking bunch nl
eMinguished.: The' blaze( ] \ and raging flames A r t Assigned lo the prison's Walker and Ann ll.irris. and \\." Hurse saxs.lule .
<-:. Interior of the Cash andCarry were finally brought under work release program Fousl t that of Ihe' defendant Faust \\ he's prepared lor tinplayoll. ,-
Tire Company, at 412 control' about 7 a m. but not maneuvered a successful! deliberated the cxulc-nce lor I Hurse |xnnls. out. the.
\ (Kast Call SIn't.as gutted. until after almost complete escape on September :m.! 1 tl.2.! less t than one hour. Tornadoes \\1I11't go< iinxwhere. .
The inventory ol tires was destiwlion of the stock of '<;; Six days niter his: the unless they heal ::0.;nI'l Marion!
escapeIrom Following
;almost completely destroyedin tires ;and other automotiveatlpller4. :;: (Foust. on the announcement tonight. \\'t'llrll'\ !>d.I\\O\: i 7

THANKSGIVING Community the bl.i/.c in the early ..'("\.I..,"" ". .."' night ol prison October) \ 5.)72.\! at ol sentenced Ihl'I'l'dlCt Foust sludgel'rews to :3o i .North: :Marion has an eplosixe \
morning/: (darkness. Smoke The' i interior of the buddingwas H. .. about offense and h.ivc,
SERVICE 111I:! ) pm.. held two xcars on the ,' sfcIon. sliJHil.ilmg -
bellowed Irom the interior of completely( gutted withSeo the bland
1.s 1. cmploxees John Wayne that the term would |xnnls on in .ill
the old A&P building the lirt'fin.llly < Page U ,tt lo Oe.ila
Wednesday, 7 : Walker and. Annette Harris at run concurrently' the remainder games except &
p.m. : "
concentrating in the gunpoint and robbed them ol ol his' term on the' (Forrest.I saxs Head BUS
rear storage where old tires Coach I Daxul i HurseNM's
3 q 4i" approximately. $200:! ol the
Methodist Church stored. Escapees ', .' prexious convictionsMeetings '
were :h. Inn's : : main threat I is left
Rev. Ben { money
Will Bryant An army of firemen foughtfor .. f : (Foust t made his escape: halfback Ka thanu'I Sampson.(
SpeakCHRISTMAS hours before they could Caught In following the robbery alter 180 pounds "Sal11p on is I ,i
cool the i interior of the locking the twoemploees anda Slated threat anx time he gets the ball
---- building enough to enter and guest at the inn in the secretary's and has scored touchdowns on
put out the lire. The entire JacksonvilleSTAtltKE office adjacent to the kick and punt returns short
PARADE interior of t the building is n .. reception desk. Next WeekFirst passes long bombs .and. I'\onolf
Saturday blackened with soot, the interior + Three white Walker, night auditor at the ol interceptions." sa.1..)
Dee, 7, 9:30a.m.CAR .
walls burned up. Smoke of the month meetingof I Ilur .
male Inn and :Mrs.: Harris, reception !>e."TIll'
damage is extensive WaterMowed prehcrided in Jacksonville clerk both identified public governmental bodies: team.. has as much

----- from the front door shortly; before noon Monday, City Fire Chief Harold (iljsgow. while coal ut left, helps (roust in Thursday's trial as roll around again next week. speed as anyone that see has"e
WASH steadily as firemen fought the November; 25. following their hose down he rear storage room ut the lire company. Fireman the man who held them at The Bradford County Commission lx.-en up against this jear.
BHS Parking Lot blaze and was over ankle escapee from the Florida State Hobby Lewis is ul light, battering his Nay into the gunpoint on the night of the meets Monday Dec. according to Hurse "Severalof
deep at some places in the I'riso'ti: Sunday evening, storage room. robbery 2. at 9 a.m. in the courthouse. their players base told
Wed. Nov. 27
budding. November: 24. about 7 p.m. The Starke City Commissionmeets some of our players that.. they
Sponsored by Firemen had to bash the Sup'l. CJ. S. Fortner said the Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 7p.m. were going to beat us."
Sr. Nat). Honor glass front door in to get to the The Law If BUS wins the
three' made their : ley city commission gameagainst <<
SocietyRUMMAGE laze. They also cut into the through: a hole in the fence escape at New Proposal Under StudyTo meets Monday, Dec 2 :North :Marion they
ceiling and bashed into the the old unit of the prison and at 7:30: p.m. The Kaiford city will play :Milton High School
----- rear entrances to the store. were returned to custody commission meets Monday at December 6.

room to fight the piles of Monday by Sheriffs deputiesfrom 8pm. NM;: runs from a wishbone
SALEDecember 4 burning rubber. Duval County following Re-open Union Hospital The Union County Commission offense and plays the :50
Police Officer Lane Sibleyof their .capture in Jacksonville. meets Tuesday Dec. 3, at defense, the same as BUS.
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WednesdayHampton ...
the Starke Police Department 930 in the L'C
AsttJtewidealarm had been ; a.m. courthouse "They have more variation on
City Hall on regular night patrol put out shortly after their LAKE BUTLER "It will Facilities, Inc. of Fort Lau. community. The new !Monday the defense and any time you
by detected the smoke and escape on Harvey Dale Lang, take the backing of the community derdale, was speaking to the offer was requested in writing School boards in both are up against a team like that
Ladies Hampton flames pouring out of the rear 22, serving a five year sen- to make it work. We Union County Board of Commissioners and placed under advisement.A counties now meet the second you slick with your bread and
Christian Church8:30a.m,4p.m of the building about 2:45: a.m. tence from Lee county for feel that we are capable of and! the Board of decision will' probably be week of the month, Bradfordon butter plays, which we were
: Friday, November 22, and conspiracy to commit robbery doing it, however, it will Trustees of the Union County left to the new hospital board Monday at 7 p.m. and planning to do."
quickly turned in the alarm to Thomas Melvin Francis, require the full cooperationand Hospital in a joint meeting of after January 1. Union on Tuesday at 8 p.m. NM: quarterback Kent Pat
the Starke Fire Department, 29. serving 18 months from support of the Board of the two boards Monday night, "We have given this thing a Hampton city commissionwill terson 180 is good at
cml1r -.,., just three blocks away. Duva I county for breaking and County Commissioners, the November 25, called for the lot of time, effort and thought.In meet the second Tuesday, throwing sort passes, has
( Responding quickly, mem entering' with intent to commit Hospital Trustees and the purpose of hearing another order to get doctors to come Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. Brooker city some good moves and can run
mmunily&IOlt bers of the city fire department a misdemeanor and Pat people of the community. If proposal from the hospital here we have made a great commission meets regularlyon the ball well, according to the
ilnnkA along with its comple Clarta 23. serving eight yearson we don't have that we don't management company forgetting number of contacts. Is the the second Monday, Dee 9, scouting report.
ment of volunteers began the two convictions from want to be here. We are the hospital facility facility going to set there and at 7:30: p.m. Right halfback Herbert Wil-

.ea h..e Up battle against the now raging llendiy and Collier counties: willing to take the gamble," reopened.The go to waste? Is your attitude The Lake Butler city com- kerson 155 pounds, is quick
T. $20,000 by. flames. Sale of) a controlled substanceand Paul Funderburk said. hospital was closed last positive or negative on the mission meets the second and a good blocker and likes to
F....... .,- lnw.w.c- With the fire rapidly [possession of more than Funderburk, along with May at the direction of the matter??" asked Bernie Box Wednesday, Dec. 11. at S p.m. run the sweep. Split end Low ie
spreading to the front part of five grams of marijuana. Bernie Boxx and Holhs Kent, hospital trustees because of a in the clerk's office in Lake Richardson 15(1( pounds is
the building a second _alarm representing Health Care shortage of doctors in the Se Page 5)) Butler. (See Page I)


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I Helen Jane Long Is InspirationFor ryi n (r

Three PartiesMiss Wedding Party

xr Mrs. J. D. Gentry of Asheville N. C., Chaplain and
Helen Jane Long Nov. shower at the home of the and
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hosts ala Mrs. C. Colgin
N. C. were and
30 bride-elect, was complimented former on E. Call Street Asheville
In daughter, Judy of Milledge-
at three Monday night for Miss Long. supper party Friday night
parties First Baptist Fellowshiphall ville, Ga.. Mr and Mrs. R. i M
during the past week. One game was played the Jackie Gay and children of Dun-:
honoring their son
the hours and
On Tuesday night of last during party a
: Donald Gentry, and his woody, Ga., Mrs. O. C. Gay of
awarded to the
week a bridal shower was prize winner.
given for Miss Long by Mrs. The gift table was covered fiancee, Miss Nancy Marie L.Gainesville Colgin Sr.Mr. of and Keystone Mrs. G
W. B. Mundy; Mrs. E. L. with a linen cutwork cloth and Gay following the couple'swedding
t rehearsal.The Heights and Mr. and Mrs. M
Matthews Mrs. Edwin centered by a bride doll encir- _
H. Sheppard of Brunswick
Williams Mrs. R A. Colson cled with fall florets. lr' q I I five dining tables were ,
Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Mrs. Assisting in serving refresh- covered with white linen Ga.Assisting in
Robert Barksdale and Mrs. ments were Mrs.J. B. Godwin cloths centered with arrange- serving were
C. N. Christy at the home of and Mrs. R. P. McLendon i" ui tt' ments of Fuji mums white Mrs. E. D. Tenly Neif Jr.! Mrs. J.
and E. Hardy, Mrs. Tucker
and apricot pompoms
the latter on N. Walnut Street. The hostesses presentedMiss
Mrs. Christy greeted guestsat Long with a set of bed baby breath. Down the lengthof and Mrs. Lavon Andrews.
the door and standing in the linens as a memento of the ? the tables were garlands of The honored couple
receiving line were Mrs. occasion. t' i fern. On two tables the center presented gifts to their attendants
were five-branch silver during the Supper.
Matthews the honoree her pieces
mother, Mrs. Gene Long, and candelabras with apricot
Mrs. Dan Pater Corsageswere Irene Austin '4'! candles. The piano held a
P1 X7W hurricane lamp with an Methodist Youth
presented to Miss Long,
Mrs. Long and Mrs. Pater Weds Mr. CrewsAt 4'' f apricot candle. Place cards
Mrs. Seymour invited .AItI r 4M marked the seating arrange- Choir EntertainedThe
guests to the tea table in the HighlandMrs. : ment for the 50 guests. Soft
dining room which was background music was fur- youth choir of the First
covered with an imported pink Irene Austin of Lawteyand nished by a stereo.Outoftown United Methodist Church hada
linen appliqued cloth. Center- Herbert Crews of Starke guests were weiner roast and covered
ing the table was a silver bowl 1 were' united in marriage I Mrs. Mary Jane Wynnes of dish supper Friday night

holding friendship pink Friday Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. in I given by Mrs. Alicia Steffa
.gladioli, white miniature Fuji the Highland Baptist Church I 1 A Shower Given and Mr. and Mrs. Drew
mums and pink lace carna- with Rev. George Chism per ; Reddish at the home of the
tions. Mrs. W. B. Mundy forming the ceremony. ForMiss Scott latter.
presided at the silver coffee Decorating the altar was an Shown with Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards during an open Mrs. Jean Rathel of Salisbury. Md., and Mrs. Hex Mixon of The party was in honor of
service Mrs. Williams and arrangement of mixed fall house) for her 80th birthday are (l-r) Mrs. Drew Reddish, Jacksonville. Mrs. Edwards also has a son. Kill Edwards of BrideelectA new members with 20( attending
Mrs. Colson served as floor flowers and branched can- Mrs. W.R. Iloyster of North Augusta S.C.; Mrs. Edwards. Kingsley Lake operator of Edwards Safety Service. .
hostesses. delabra with burning tapers. bridal shower was given Following supper served on
Miss Long was presentedwith Mrs. Andy Anderson, Open House Given For Mrs. Edwards At Reddish H-ome' Nov. 18 for Elizabeth (Liz) the screened porch several
a casserole to her every- pianist, presented a programof Scott bride-elect of Stephen games were played.
day china as a memento of nuptial music.Frederick Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards The refreshment table in the Edwards and Mrs. Paul win, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Byrd, by Mrs. Marion Combs,
the occasion from her Prescott attended celebrated her BOth birthday dining room was covered witha Moore .Assisting in servingwere Moore and son of Lake City, Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Mrs.
hostesses. as best man. Sunday afternoon at "open white dacron cloth: edged Mrs. Tom Casey and Carlos Chambra of Marco Leroy Norman, Jr. at the ShowerGivenForMiss
Mrs. Frederick Prescottwas house" given by her children: with lace and centered by a Mrs. Charles Moore nieces of Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe N.C.O. Lodge at Camp
----- matron of honor. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, green and yellow decorated the honoree. Jordan of Live Oak.Approximately BrewerMiss
Donna Prescott was flower Jr., Mrs. J. M Edwards of cake.The cake was flanked by Out-of-town guests were Mr. Orchid! corsages were pre
At Saturday noon Miss Long girl, and Mike Prescott was Atlanta, Ga., Mr and Mrs. two small arrangements of and Mrs. David Moore and 150 guests sented to the honoree, her Teresa Brewer Dec.
was honored at a bridesmaid ring bearer. Rex Mixon of Jacksonville yellow chrysanthemums, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde King and called between the hours two mother and Mrs. Byrd, 20 bride-elect was com
luncheon given by Mrs. The bride, given in Mrs.Jean Rathel of Salisbury, daisies, baby's breath and children of Jacksonville, Mr. and four o'clock including mother of the prospective plimented at a bridal showeron
Martha Blom, Mrs. Margie marriage by her son, Richard Md,, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. fern. Misses Cathy Casey and and Mrs. Paul Moore and Mr. many of Mrs. Edwards for groom. Thursday, Nov. 21,
Dow ling. Mrs. Robert Lee of Austin, wore a blue knit floor Toyster Jr. of North Augusta Eoline Green presided at the and Mrs. Steve Ellis of Bald- mer piano students The gift table was covered by Misses Norma Lou given Red-
Wilton, Conn. and Mrs. J. M length gown with empire S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Drew punch bowl. Serving coffee with an ecru lace cloth over Karen Crawford
Edwards, Jr. at the home of Reddish at the home of the ding, Doris
waist. She wore a short blue from a silver service were pink and centered with a bride Gaskins Janice
the latter.A silk veil and carried a single latter Mrs. Fred Moore sisterinlaw BCH Auxiliary Plans doll. The refreshment table Osteen Gaskins,
Judy Mrs. Jenny
yellow and white color Mrs Edwards was given an also covered
with
red rose. of the honoree and Mrs. was an ecru
scheme was carried out in the A reception was held in the orchid corsage from her 18 Frances Hamilton. Servingthe Annual Christmas Tea lace cloth over pink and Sykes the home, and of Sheryl the latter.Crawford at
decorations. The head dining church hall. grandchildren. centered with decorated
fellowship cake were Mrs. J. M machine which a
Bradford they are Games with prizes were
table was covered with a The County pur-
The bride's table was cake in pink and white with
chasing,and also voted to lend honorednew
Hospital Auxilary guests
white linen cloth and centered covered with a blue nylon Bridesmaids Luncheon wedding bells, white doves
TV the
to EMT
a men for their during the party hours.
members Monday nightat
with an arrangement of cloth and was centered with a and rings. At one end of the
and white The Given For their general meeting held lounge. Miss Brewer was also
yellow mums. Nancy Gay
three-tiered cake flanked by Mrs. Linda table was a punch bowl encircled
Methodist Johns, Teenage honored at a shower recently
in the
FellowshipHall.
four card tables were covered silver candelabra with blue with fern and coral
with white linen cloths and tapers. Mrs. Daisy Bock cut Miss Nancy Gay was Calhoun of Atlanta Ga., Miss Volunteer sponsor reportedthat vine. given by Miss Joy Lame and
centered with single candle the cake. honored at a bridesmaid Beth Gay of Dunwoody Ga., Mrs. M.A. Baldwin, president the girls had made Forty guests were invited to Mrs Randy Gaskins at the
holders with yellow tapers Mrs. Barbara Mosley kept luncheon Saturday noon givenby Miss Linda Wynes of Sanford, announced that the the Thanksgiving tray favors for attend between the hours, 7:30: home of the latter.
decorated with white and the bride's book at a table Mrs. Kate Sheppard Mrs. Miss Linda Haas of Tampa, new coffee machine pur- patients and will also to 9:30: and games with prizes Games were played during
vellow mums and satin ribbon covered with a rose and blue M. H. Sheppard, Mrs. George Mrs. Mary Jane Wynes Mrs. chased by the Auxiliary, has make Christmas tray favors. were enjoyed. the party hours.
bows. cloth. A. Canova and Mrs. L. A. R. M. Gay of Dunwoody, Oa, been set up and is now in use During the social hour Mrs. The hostesses presentedMiss The honoree was given a
Among the guests were Mrs. Assisting in serving were Canova at the home of the Mrs. Bobby Milner, Mrs. W. in the hospital lobby. An- Gladys Weldon Mrs. Gladys Scott with linens as a corsage and a coffee pot from
Eugene Long Mrs. E. C. Mrs. Bill Harold, Mrs. Gary latter on N. Walnut Street. B. Mundy Miss June Hardy, nouncement was also made of Mooty, and Mrs John R, memento of the occasion. her hostesses as a memento of
Long Mrs E. J. Dowling, Sr., Buckley Miss Martha Bridal place cards markedthe Valdosta Ga., Miss Pam the annual Christmas tea Smith served refreshments the occasion.
and Mrs Dan Pater of Las Buckley, Mrs. Bobby Pearson seating arrangement for Tucker Mrs. O. C. Gay of which will be held Dec. 13 ..
Vegas l\'ev. and Mrs. Charlie Albert the 17 guests at six card Gainesville, Mrs. G. L. Colgin, from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. in the
The honoree presented giftsto The couple is residing at tables The tables were Sr., Keystone Heights,Mrs. G. hospital conference room
her five attendants duringthe Marietta, Jacksonville. covered with white embroidered L. Colgin, Jr. and Miss Judy Invited to attend will be the
luncheon. linen cloths and Colgin of Milledgeville Ga. hospital staff, doctors and .
The hostesses presentedMiss -- --- centered by fall flowers in bud The hostesses presented the their wives ministers and :

Long with a wooden vases. At each place setting honoree with a two-piece wives.. Health Department rr Brother L. A. Mott
plaque inscribed with "A Mr and Mrs. J.G. Holton were tiny flower filled serving set to her selected personnel, wives and hus- Jr.
Recipe for a Good Marriage." were in Bradenton over the backets. pattern of stainless steel as a bands, Chamber of Com r
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guests included Mrs. Jerry memento of the occasion. merce Hospital Board, and Will Be
----- Neal Boling. Gay mother of the bride- Assisting in serving were city and county officials. e'' Mi Conducting
elect, Mrs. Coleman L. Angela Bryant Kathy Taylor, The Auxiliary voted to makea
Mrs. Eve Godwin and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Gentry, mother of the pros Tracy Kelly and: Cindy $5,000 down payment on the
Harold Godwin gave a linen have returned from a week'svacation pective groom. Miss Vivian Canova new Hospital portable X-ray i Gospel
in Hawaii.

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With The

Southside Church of Christ


It's time tocelebrate Dec. 9-15



Christmas 7:30: P.M. Each Evening


in the real ..


old fashioned way! Subjects :



Everlasting Punishment


+ We Are of Christ



: Baptism is the Scheme of RedemptionHoly


; Li Spirit, Pentecost and After
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Q I yc:9 Holy Spirit In the Christian's Life


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Christmas is the Urged To AttendCome

time to get back to 1

things with true value. .

genuine things mean so Hear the word of God proclaimed by this able

much more. We have --

carefully selected items and dedicated evangelist

i that we think truly

capture the spirit of

Christmas gifts you Southside Church of Christ:

will find nowhere else. .

3 Miles South of Starke On U.S. 301


Wooden and cast iron toys Delightful patchwork Old-fashioned Send Casey questions A. Carlisle.to Schedule of Services
Sunday
Handmade baskets Complete decorating services tree ornaments Minister, ]10a m Bible Study
Rt 3, Box 58 'lie' m
384 North Temple Natural wreaths and garlands Christmas china Starke Fla. ep.m Worship Worship 2T

Starke,Florida 32091 (904) 964.5242 Natural flowers Pewter and brassware 1121112F /

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Mr and Mrs. W.M. Meng Mrs. Joalyce Williams and Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade are Local admittances to Bradlord -
and daughter Dana of St.- daughters of St.Petersburg, Thanksgiving guests of Mr. County Hospital this
Petersburg are spending and Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. J.C. Sawyer in Jacksonville week include: Mrs. Mary
'.
:: Thursday to Sunday with their Spengler and son of Gainesville Long, \Homer( Townsend Paul
atf parents Mr. and Mrs. E.L. are Thanksgiving guestsof Buran, Joseph Brantley
Q Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Beth Moore of Mary Frances Goodge
LQ Paul Meng at Hampton Lake. Bill Graham.Mr. Warner Robbins Ga. and Claude Cogdill Mrs. Betty
Gary Hamilton of Atlanta Marie Jones Mrs. Juanita
Mr anrt Mrs. Mark Hamilton .and Mrs. Jan Douglas of were weekend guests of Mr. Smith and Robert L. Thomas
and family of Tampa will Tallahassee and Freeman and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Starke, Arthur Brunei;;.
visit their parents, Mr. and Bollinger of Gainesville are Raiford.: Mrs. Alice Meri-
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and spending Wednesday to Mrs. Tullie Norman spent wether, Mrs. Gail Molt
Mr and Mrs. N.B. Rosier over Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Suter and Kenneth w
+ .,,. t{vi.d the long weekend. 11.G. Bollinger. B.J. Eggers in Jacksonville. Huenink. Keystone Heights: q
Kendall Rosier and Mrs. Cora
Mrs. M.A. Baldwin visited Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Spending this week with Bates. Lawtey; Granville
her son-in-law and daughter, Stephens and family were in their mother, Mrs. J.G. Cald- Wright. Melrose.
Mr and Mrs. James Montuoroand Kissimmee over the weekend well, are Mrs. A.W. Anderson,
in last and Jr. of Ventura, Calif. and
daughter Mr. Mrs. W.G.
Tampa visiting I
daughter Mrs. Leonard Mr! and Mrs Paul Hawkins
Friday and Saturday. Seley and family
4 Andrews and daughter. and family of Jacksonville
and Mrs Mae Hawkins and
Kristan of Phoenix Ariz.
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Ed- Steve Denmark and Byron
; Mrs. M.A. Garcia of brother. Julian Sikes. of
wards and children of
Naplesare Terwillegar were fishing at
Camarillo Calif.. and Mr and Waldo are Thanksgivingguests
the weekend
Bluff the
spending long Lemon on St.Johns
AL of Mr and Mrs.! Titus
Mrs J.N. Belche and daughters
with his parents Mr. and River over the weekend. Olson.
: { Mrs Merrill Edwards. of Norfolk, Va.

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The swinging"Sun t't"dance band from BUS were called back for several t'ncoreslollong
I their performance at the Junior Woman's Club Harvest dinner and variety show. nand
member are (l-r) Donnle Neil, Jim Hamilton Bud Itajles. Cubby Aspinwall. and Cindy
( lssy, The band is open for bookings,phone!961>( 1-5 1816


I Variety Show Presented At Harvest DinnerThe I

Woman's Club was the flowers overlooked the festivi music for the entertainers .
setting for the annual Harvest and Larry Crawford operated
Dinner and variety show pre. ties.Jim Lawson was master of lighting for the show. .
sented Friday night, Nov. 22, ceremonies, presenting the The variety show coordinator ::
by the Junior Woman's Club of entertainers Latain Herres was Mrs. James <<' You Can Be Sure Of Quality
Starke. Paula Carter, Ellen, George O'Brian. Mrs. J. C. Dukes was F Mrs. Marty Payne collected Joey Herres, Debbie Branson, in charge of decorations, and
tickets in front of an arrangement Missey Pfiester. Matt Herres, Mrs. Bobby Autry was in If, When You Buy Famous Name Brand Merchandise
of cornstalks, hay and Melanie Morrie, Judith charge of the dinner. Assistingin ,
pumpkins. Guests were Bright, Harriet Hamm, Patty serving were Mrs. Pat fr
greeted at the entrance of the Mullins, Lori Salazar Wanda Welch Mrs. Robert Hall Mrs.J. From Eagles
sunroom by a sleepy straw J'lttman, Cheri Wall, Bud W. Thomas Mrs. Larry

scarecrow napping on bales of Bayles, David Jordan Cubby Crawford Mrs. Ed Pfiester, ............................ ..................... ...........
hay. The bulfet table in the Aspinwall Cindy Gissy Jim Mrs. Jerry Wilson Miss 111q
sunroom was covered with a Hamilton l and Phil Jones. Mrs. Monteray Wasdin, Mrs. Joe Missie /
gold linen cloth overlaid with Larry Crawford furnished Sapp. Mrs. Charles Goodownsand Gaya \ ,
lace. A cornucopia spillingover Mrs. Jimmy Smith. $:
with fruit and yellow Altar SocietyTo q ..'l Dress & Pant Suits
chrysanthemums, centeredthe Fashion' Show

table. Meet Dec. 1 ......................5................................... One Rack '
Dining tables in the auditor- Set By St. John'sChurch

linen ium were cloths covered and centered with with gold St.Edward's Altar Societywill Coordinated; Sports Wear Marked ,:?c
rt u t+ M u
single white burning tapers meet in the Parish Hall ; k
red leaves. A Tuesday, Dec. 1. at 7:30: p.m. '
maple
among Down 25To
Saint John Baptist Church For The
colorful turkey of strawtBIRTHS Members are reminded to Junior '

bring gifts for Sunland residents beautification committee will ............... .... .................. ;
If presents are gift present its fashion show Famous Names
wrapped, designation shouldbe December 15, at 4 p.m. entitled I; t -
made as to suitability for "Fashions for the Large Group From Our Size 6 To 20
"
boy or girl and approximateage Holiday.
level Everyone is invited to attend 40 %

Mr. and Mrs William C. and refreshments will be Nationally Advertized Brand r

Powell, III announce the birthof UDC PlansLuncheon served. .............................. .. .... ....
a daughter, Vanessa Leigh, Size 3-13

on Nov. 15 in Alachua General Dec. 4 Art Show Set ........ ....... ................. AAissie Sports Wear'' r
Hospital. Grandparents are
Mrs. Charlotte Hoffman, Vic W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC In Mucclenny 1 Group Knits r,,I y
Frees, W.C. Powell and Mrs. will have a Christmas lun- Some Of Our Brand
Dot Porch. cheon on Wednesday Dec. 4, The Macclenny Art Group Purple Honey Comb, Major t Ii
at 12 noon at the Holiday Inn. will sponsor a Fall Art Showon : ;, : Names In Color rrY i=
,,
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard( Hostesses will be Mrs. G.J. December?, from 9-4 p.m. Plumb & < I
announce the birth of a son, McGriff, Sr., chairman, Mrs. There will be a small entry Coordinated Groups
Justin Leon On Nov. 13 in 11.L. Speer, Mrs Lex Green fee and the judging will be on i Two Tone Green /J7 ,
Orange Park. and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. art work only. Outside artist Group In Woven ''r Irr '
1
and craft exhibitors are ,
t t
welcome- attend. : : RUSS Berry, Green, p : t,
\\
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L.
Davis announce the birth of a Cub Pack' 513 : Navy, Green,& Blue : Black 'd J II : '

son, Jeffery Lynn, on Nov. 17. :...............................: rr z...
Maternal grandfather is Ford Sets! IltiyrideCub Aileen Brisk, Teal, Green ,
Manning of Folkston, Ga. and ;&/1Jo Special MarkDown 'f t,
Scout Pack 513 is sponsoring w .
paternal grandparents are a hj 'ride on December ,1 "
Mr. and Mrs Ancil O. Davis of >
Starke. Ii i from 7-10 pm. to begin at Mrs. Jaynell Locke of Wild- : J; ;:
Pine Level Church. wood was a Sunday visitor of One Month Early MARKED DOWN ;;;;
The cover charge is 50 cents Mrs. W.H. Hart and family. '
and Mrs. Rudolph
Mr. '
Free refreshments
I Hutcheson announce Todd the birthof |per person.will be served. !Mrs. Elsie North of Lake Iii ; : :r :'j1
a son,in Clarence Shand's Clinic.on Any boy that has finishedthe City was a Saturday visitor of Every Junior f FOR FAST SALE / ; ;
Nov. 7 I Iq
Grandmothersare second grade or is 8.9 or 10 Mrs Pearl Colson. r. .. .
Gainesville. >curs old is invited to join the u.ln tt
Mrs. Grace Beal of ............ ; ,.
and Mrs. Edith Cub Scouts. For further infor- Mr. and !Mrs. LaRue Dress & Pont /.T" : ., .:.j"I.j"i h i --
Hampton '111.11 ion call IH-71i25!)< ( or ut>4- Williams and sons of Ormond ,.. j' .," ..
Hutcheson of Starke. 8219.! I. 7' ,h. t.,. ..
weekend Beach are Thanksgiving of her Suit In The Store / / r'' tf f'''1'1": ., -.
guests Special ; 1 .. ::1 : t :
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. ;J.I
Fresh Shipmentplan.u. parents 1 J_; :: "'

of Colson.Mr and Mrs. Keith >,* On Pre Christmas .tl.tE.:: :::: ; : :J +'7!'

Our House PlantsSelection Gillingham and family of rr SALE --d"ltt t: I r= zr. t
See Tampa are with her parents, Marked Down ;
r
1
\ Large Variety Mr. and !Mrs. Guy Sale from ;ijj. J.-r' -.-
;
to
Wednesday Sunday. v
of 'indoor .. Many Beautiful On All .
Outdoor Mrs. E.W. Parrish of Jacksonville 'Afcr.-
& Plants To ChooseShrubs is a Thanksgivingguest V

& / From At Clemens.of Mr. and Mrs. Roy + # DressesHoliday

Trees $ 99 llemarkablyAzaleas

...... :\ Low Prices Mr. and Mrs. William S. Pant Suits & Long Dresses
Glover and family are renting
$2S9
the John Glover home on
99cLigustruln..2
FROM
VihurnUn\ 59 Kingsley Lake.

\: TO $199EA Mrs. J.E. Wilson and Mrs. Men
Olive Ryder are Thanksgiving Bays
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Men's
For A Green Lawn or Pasture Plant Adams in Gainesville. Give Them The Lasting Gift From Eagle De Vanes '


RYE GRASS SEED ,33C Knoxville.Dr. and Mrs.Tenn.Jay are Mosley spendingthe of Slacks By Farah Large Selection Men's +

Quick Growing 50 lbs..14.95R. long weekend with his
mother, Mrs. J.H. Moseley.Mrs. With Van Heusen Knit Suits
\ "
L. Compressed Air Tank W.B. Sewell who has & Arrow'l J =
Push Type spent the summer in Little :' : Matching ii X05:. NOW


Sprayers Hand Switzerland M.F.to Brown Monday before N.C.visitor was joining of Saturday Mrs.her- \II)fil;:/I (tJ\'\ Gold Shirts j Ej s I $6995 .

son and family, Mr. and Mrs. I I AndTies .
For Vegetable Garden J.O Sewell in Jacksonville. t 1f I CUp Men's
Gardens, :: I \

Shrubs PLOWS i;i! !t Socks BySuperba SportCoats t

& Around
The Home L & PIET3PEOPLE ''l Beau N o 55 NOW $x

'' Brummell "bq 1f
&
Spraying SEEDERS -n1REDP $4995


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See Our Selection
Gal. Sizes The Practical Gift ForMen & Boys

a 1 [This Week Ne.UJI Buy Now TilE BRADFORD Boys

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Levis Slacks & Shirts
While
They Are Published Thursday
: 20% Off every
al 138 W.Call Street Shoes
Still Available Starke.Florida 32091 F Straight Leg & Bell seobb j s

r By Roy j
Second Class postage paid I

LOIIDA GARDEN at SUrke FloridaSublCT'1pUon Large Selection Of Men's nos ;

\;. Rates:
1ST CENTER
In trade area: '..00 per Wallets Robes &
HTIOI. 539 East Call St. year;13.50 six. months byThorn

PH. 964-5745 & Belts
a truant 01. Outside trade area: 17.00 McAn PajamasNovt'mb'r27IH
.per year;$4.00 six months r


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Blaze .,..........u......... ........ ;
HOME NOTESFROM
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other end of the chicken
(the rear portion of the roof house. By the time Woods got YOUR EXTENSION HOME

collapsing and falling to the back rapidly moving flames ,, AGENT rrf
Ft / ECONOMICS
w floor ,
prevented him from getting to
The building, of 1 t f
concrete :
the truck. '
ai "GV" C J ,
block) construction, was built "Before I could get back i d g, r 1:dQ'I'i :;a, p lol, '{- : ''t BY KATHY BROWN
in I the early forties and was the fire was around the pickup
first used by the Atlantic and
and 1 couldn't get it out.
'
Pacific Tea Company, (The Woods said. The 19i8( Chevro ,, a y II I STAKKK EXTENSION11011FTLIKERSCLUIS: ((9) When buying an item
'
A&I't.) until they closed a few let truck exploded when p? i? : '" : always keep all operating and

'ears ago It was next flames reached the gas tank,, ..d;. ,+ ? t'f ip The Starke Extension care instructions. If you are
operated by the Southern The fire apparently spread p ,,, Homemakers Club held its removing the price just mark
Marine! Company as a sales quickly after reaching the tar 1 Annual Christmas ShowAndTell through or remove only thatpart.
outlet for boats and outboard paper roof of the chicken ,Y3 1 4 yJf 'Ih" f PoI i and Tasting Party If the item is returned, I
motors until they moved their house. Woods said replacement ISf 4r\ l Thursday, November 14, with be sure to include this important

operation to Gainesville. Cash of the house which had t about 35 members and guests information.
find Carry Tires had occupiedthe not been used for six months, ,. A 1 ((10)\ ) When choosing a gift be
building for the last few would cost $5,000.Equipment 4 present.All enjoyed -program on as careful in checking the
H'ars. as if the item were
from the Waldo how to recycle items found guarantee
Joe Faulk, one(of the owners and Bradford County Volun around the house with gift for you.
)if the company said the teer (Fire Departments con 1' ;. The homemakers ((11)) !Head the guarantee or
amount of the loss caused by tained chef ire and kept flames L 1 1w wraps.shared hand made gift and de warranty. Remember only I the
the fire had not been deter Irom reaching the Woods ,. coration ideas with each written warranty is valid.
mined. home just 200 feet away The $? other. The tasting part is ]Find out what is covered,
Officials I from the office of Hampton (Fire Departmentdid always the highlight of the what is not covered, for how
the State Fire Marshal in not respond to the fire meeting. long and where the item must
Jacksonville are investigatingthe be returned.
Each homemaker brought a
cause of the fire but no ((12)) Some guarantees are
dish of her .favorite holiday
report had been made as of y Y Neighbors ; goodie for lasting. We will for a period of time from date
Tuesday. November 26. these into a of purchase. [If you bought a
Another blaze, a woods fire, li compile recipes radio on December 1 and it
free
booklet, available on re
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gutted; an empty chicken i was guaranteed for ((10 days
r from office.
house and destroyed a parked rJ I quest The Starke my Club was happyto from the date of purchase the

pick-up truck parked near the Ik r.' have guests from the Senior gift would only have 30 days
chicken house Sunday after- 1f ; i ',, ; Citizens Club and the Lawtey guarantee.
noon near Hampton No r '.I Extension Homemakers Club. (\\3)) Some guarantees re
animals were injured in the 1 '; quire a card be returned for it

blaze about a mile east of the ,\ }Y ... nppClIHISTI.S: to be valid Leave the card for
I
town. ( '' :tl SHOPPING:'; WITHOUT the receiver of the gift to till

A trash fire spread to the ., ;_ l lc No, No, !Nanette INFLATED:'; : CREDIT out and return.H'membl'r .
chicken house and within 15 .' 11,[[ it's not the cost

minutes the em FII J ...... Actors in I lilt' h: +'k 6 found art from 1 ll-r) S\hia Reddish, (:t'l'ald'i1liam Y takes the part of u rich husband, with Christmas is a time when of the gilt that's important
according
was demolished to i v'\-; I/arothySularar.Grn' : \' llouurd and Jmce \\iIIlams. uell-U.dowomenllarianlhmglasbehindandGhtaPrlrrlla: counter in the store It's the thought that's behind
owner William Woods "What\ .. The dinner tllt'ah'ill htlI'tith the dinner from( (S-7iO: by his side The rest of the cast acts shocked ul his! actions\ in every It's a fun timeof it. Christmas all too soon be
begs "buy me.
The truck caught fire after you do on your off and curtain lime ul N ill nights. Tickets are $5; each andare the
hours (p.m. \ play No Nanette: to be show December 12, 1:1: and 11 the But when you comes a memory and you can
Woods rushed to move a is your business as long available no\\ from the cast. lit the Starke Woman's Club.DON'T have too year.much Christmas still be paying bills when the

tractor parked nearby whenhe as it does not affect your pro with too much available (toaster Bunny comes around.
spirit
saw I lames start at the ficiency here." BUS Faces . .
ritcIn" ."....................................... (From credit and too little planning,
I,, : : d Page! 1) it can turn into a debt filled
quick, not a real good blockerbut year with frustration from un Hy NeighborsLooking
i From Page 1) Culley and Thomas O. Swannare satisfactory gifts.
has good hands. Tight endllalvin
Colonel Sanders'AND competing for the seat Here are some shopping tipsto
Krisler, 145 pounds, is 'i
counted unless the candidatehas vacated
being by incumbent have
quick and tikes to hit help you a merry
previously qualified. Commissioner Eugene Pearson Christmas and a creditfreenew
The offensive line
i
f1 City Clerk Lucille Shuford who is not a candidate for averagesout
:
I about year
THE ENTIRE to 1KB pounds
-- said she advised election per
/i was by ,re-election because of a recent player. Center Daniel ((1)) Make a list. Include the
officials and
attorney serious heart
PERSONNEL Shaw to proceed with the election attack. Kenyan, 1UO pounds, comes off approximate amount you can -' i
the ball 'well I and is a good spend on each item. Stick to I' .
using the ballots that had .
it!
AT Kenneth Hueiiink blocker. Guards Williams o
/ already been printed with Thassard. 180 pounds, and ((2)) Credit buying with no \A.A.: '
/ Smith's candidatein e ,
name as a
j ; (Funeral services will be William1.Jtchett! 185 pounds payments until February or .- } r : '
''+ Group held this afternoon, (Wednes are both quick and move off March often encourages you 1: < l
K ntucktJ Chicken r ...DRINK In there the event sill of be Waters'technical election day. November 27)) at 5:30p : the ball well Tackles Law to buy. Find out when the finance J

AND no in. for Dr. Kenneth Huenink, rence Glare. 195; pounds, is big charges begin. They c... .:
DRIVE! problems, Mrs. Shuford said. N
)In the event that Smith should ;54, of Keystone Heights at St. and quick Keith Fender, 11)0 often begin on the date of pur I r. .
Anne's Episcopal Church at pounds is real strong, quick, chase. If this is on a charge
Wishes Everone: Alcohol and gasoline is a though receive he the is high deceased vote ,even thecharter Keystone Heights, with Kev. and blocks real well. account you may be charged
fatal mixture, so if you Thomas O.o'eamster( conducting :Main[ men on the :North carrying charges even thoughyou
will have be studied
drink, don't drive. Keep to Marion defense are noseman are not billed until
determine whetherthe
further to
A alert for the drunk driver Commission should Lr. Huenink died Tuesday. Malvin! Kmsler, 145; pounds, (February.
Happyfried especially during the holi point someone to fill ap-the :November 26, in a Starke oho is extremely aggressive, ((3)) Remember bu>ing an
o daysDon't become one \'acancor call election' hospital from cancer He was is quick and will take the expensive gift for your mate '
an of World War I II I anda "on installment" could mean r
of his victims for this! a veteran centers head off; cornerbacks
:the purpose.In 2 Commission music teacher in the Brad William Brooks and Lewis you are only giving the down
in Group ford County School System. Richards, both quick and good pi' 'ment. The receiver has to
race Tuesday's upcomingaelection. He is survived his wife, struggle the rest of the to
Benjamin ]K. Me- by offensive readers ; and year _. di
Haymonde Huenink of Key- Sampson at the safety spot on ply for an item they would not
stone Heights; four delense. He is quick and have purchase.
,daughters, Lyra Huenink of comes up on the ball well, (4)) Buy apparel only if you i"6t l} (
Thanksgiving Dance ,;I. Gainesville; Vola and Lillianof according to the scout report. know the:person's size color arU6ICQ

Keystone Heights, and Mrs. :North l\1 rion's record this and style preference. Q
Nov. 29 9 :Meya Dusablon of West Palm year is :3-5-1, the losses to ((5)) Items especially p
Friday P.M.-2
A.M. Beach, (Fla. Three sons, Hans Ocala (Furred, Buchholz, packaged for Christmas are
of Texas, Jon C. and Andrewof Bishop Kenny. Leesburg, and more expensive. Where pos for a Church ,
sible try to package own home?? You will enjoy
Music by Jacksonville's Best "Brand X" Keystone Heights. Brooksville. your
Two brothers Harold and "I 1 am expecting a tough, However, if you choose prepackaged worshipping with the '
$4 Per !Mirle and two sisters, Mrs. well played ball game and we gifts, be sure they friendly people of/ the First
Wears proud to be a part of thi s community.We Person Pearl Nuyhius: and Mrs. June need this win in order to stay are of the same quality as Baptist Church of Starke
Clarebout, all of Wisconsin.He those that are not "gift"
are grateful to all our patrons.In in the playoffs, says Hurse.
B.
Y o
B. Set Visit
with
Ups Available us Sunday I
member of the packaged.
was a North !Marion ]High School is
order that all of us may be able to spend Episcopal Church. located north of Ocala on US- ((6)) Save sales slips from all

the Holidays with our families We will be Starke I National Burial is under the directionof 301. From Starke head southon purchases. Write the name of Sunday School.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral US-301 and go until the item on each and the name 9:45a.m.Morning:
closed. Home. Interment will followin reaching the 301-US-441 of the person for whom the giftis Worship

the Keystone Heights merge. Then about a quarter intended. Then if it is 11:00a.m.
I THANKSGIVING DAY AND FRIDAY Guard Armory Cemetery. mile alter that, a sign saying necessary to exchange the gift Church Training
:-'orthlarion! }High School will you have no difficulty Many 6115: p.m.

FOK) SALE:: All sizes of be by a road to the left. ]It is stores are strictly adhering to Evening Worship
------- masking tape The Office) about a mile down the road the rule, no exchanges without 7:30 p.m.

Shop. Irom US-3o1. sales slips.
((7) Ask the store's policy on First Baptist is a
I,.e; returning an item before you Family Church!
2 Sale I buy. A store does not haveto Bible Preaching and t
Day j I exchange merchandIse Some Teaching
I stores require returns with \10 Warm Hearted Singing

days of purchase.

At r tf", 6 Thank You Ford ((8)item) If you do so are immediately.to exchangean "The the Church Heart With of Starke"Let HeartIn

e
-- Merchandise goes on sale
Leila'sreciation after Christmas. The item you us Minister to you
Shopping "
VanH.Priest are exchanging may be on Ie
!t clearance sale. A late return Ben P. Bryant I

can represent a complete loss Pastor

to the merchant, or he may re
Fri & Sat. Nov. 29&30 p i fuse to accept it since this William George
I item is out of stock Min. of Music

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I Pete Sparks To Appear On Mike Douglas ShowSTARKE UCHospital Re-Opening Stutlietl .....::1...!?.01111'.1.....:.(.''..'.'.........I

of the commissioners and Brown was referring to the Chairman C. U. ('n>ws,
trustees. fact that his and Lewis' termon riTognut'd with a I lew uortK
His notoriety Sparks is probably the mostvls.lble l two or three matches It is a "We are asking that we be the hospital board was of praise and commendation
increasing by the week since dog fighting en dog of rare stamina which can given a period of 90 days. Witha expiring in December and the record of service on I the:
his arrest Oct. 5 while at a dog thl slast, in this area anyway, fight four or five times, he firm date being establishedand they had already served hospital, board< ol nH'mhl'h
fight near Orlando, Bradford si R a because: of the dog fighting:, says. But a dog cannot be from that point onward notice to the commissionersthat Brown and Lewis saying. "-| '
County's Pete Sparks has magazine "Pit Bull," which made to fight; it must be bred 100 percent of our effort will they were not seeking reappointment would certainly like, |10(,
been interviewed for a Dee 4 he publishes sporadically, and into them. be put to the problem. We will to the board.
television screening of the which has a following among Dogs rarely die in the pit assume the obligations of the No final determinations commend these two
"Mike Douglas Show." 4 dog fighting devotees. Sparks says. Most owners pull hospital and the payment of made by either board at for the time and gentlemen |
Since his arrest that day in Scoffing at critics' stories of a dog out before it is too the bonded l indebtedness. If !Monday's meeting, but approval they have expended cliori
Orange County, Sparks has cruelty and death in the pit seriously injured, disliking to we can generate any surplusover was given to HealthCare I'III'S on behalf of the over they \
made several of the sta le's Sparks says most lose a good dog. the operating expenses of hospital
dogs fight Facilities to reduce their and I know lor a fact thai' lhe\
daily newspapers, the Nov 11 the hospital that amount will
new proposal to a written have neglected t llit'ir
the own
of
issue new "People" be our management fee,
magazine; a Seattle, Wash Bernie Boxx proposed. instrument for further review Lit/lairs at limes in Ir' 'ing. i In<>
Boat And Trailer and study keep the/ hospital
Convoy
going
ington radio station, and now Health Care Facilities is
will air his defense of dog 4 1, now in its fourth year of
fighting on national TV. business and has six hospitals
Assistant Program Director Scattered In CrashThe under its management.A .
Penny Berger phoned Sparks first proposal made to the
the night of Nov. 12 and made / Highway Patrol end of the Plymouth $800 and hospital trustees called for the
arrangements to fly Peteto W reported two accidents, both the Ford escaping with minor payment of a management fee NEVER BE AFRAID OF
Philadelphia to tape the !Mjke Y occurring Sunday, November damage of $40. ot $36,000 per year to be paidto
Douglas Show the following 24, In which one person was Driver Roy Van Williamswas Health Care Facilities in ANY SICKNESS
day, Wednesday. Nov 13. ( y '1TA.hI injured but released from given a citation for careless addition to the salaries of an
Sparks flew out of Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital driving. administrator and controller.
at 10 a.m. Nov. 13. The f following The second accident That offer was declined by the
oc- Too many people suffer from constant!
show was taped l in Philly ea rly occurred trustees.
Tile first in Lake curred
early Sunday
and ., / morning pains! and discomfort! because they afraid
Wednesday afternoon "What will happen if al the are
Butler about 5 p.m. and involved about 1:15: : a.m., when Isidro
Sparks was back in Jacksonville ( a three car convoy of John Hernandez, 42, of end T>f the !00 days and the to go to a physician. They fear they may learn
by 6:30: p.m. Wednesday vehicles from Valdosta Hampton driving a 1969 hospital is showing an they have a serious! condition.!
He appears on the "tail Georgia( with each vehicle Dodge, lost control of his operating loss. What will you _
end" of the Mike Douglas being operated by a driver vehicle as he entered a curve do then?" HCF was asked. u' How foolish. Your Doctor can! now doa
Show for about 15 minutes, named Williams,and each car in the roadway of SR-221, 400 "We've got a lot of confi more for you than was ever before possible.
Sparks says. He termed his pulling a boat and trailer. feet north of SR-18, near dence in our ability to operatethe Modern improved diagnosis plus recently perfected
reception by Mike Douglas as Tile accident happened atthe Hampton. hospital and we don't thinkit It drugs almost insure quick help. Thereare
"cool." ;L1 \ ACL railroad crossing ofSIMOO After losing control of the will be that way, however, so few incurable diseases and even tliosr,
Duncan Wright, president of in Lake Butler, when vehicle it went into a ditch no one will ever know until If
detected ,
the American Dog Owners Association James C. Williams 42 alongside the highway after it has been put to the comfortably
in California who is test. If it should lived with.
turn out that
traveling west on SK-100, crashed into a tree and then I
pushing for legilation to prevent sloped\ 1 his vehicle, a 191i9( i knocked over a powerline way of course, we too would
transport of dogs across Chevrolet, before crossing the pole. have terminate at the end of YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE t'Swhen
state lines for the purposeof tracks Following immediately Hernandez was released the period," Funderburk said. 1 you need a delivery. We will deliver
fighting appeared on the Self-styled. "old coot" Pete Sparks and a couple of his pit behind, Beverly Gail from Bradford When asked of their feelingson promptly without extra charge A great many
county people rely for their
on us health II('I'th.'e
same TV show.According hull terrier!t.. the matter, Buckner Lewis
Williams, 19, also slowed Hospital Monday after treat- welcome requests for delivery service and charge
to Sparks Wright down behind the front vehicle. ment of injuries sustained in chairman of the Hospital accounts.
dresses ot 5.000 men in this unlawful assembly chargeand T
'tells all these outlandish Trustees said, "I would like to
She was driving a 1969 Ford, the crash. .
country engaged in the sportof be fined $31.: : The crueltyto
stories what has been
about fabulous sums of see said here
how animals has beendroppedThis also! pulling a boat and trailer. Trooper K. G. Etneridge
dog fighting they pick charge Phone 964.6757
money made in gambling, tonight put on paper so we can
Vehicle number three, a 1972 estimated damages to the
dogs from the pound and ) was the disposition -
that he has and ad- up take a closer look at it before
names
entice the dogs to fight. He in the majority of the 19 Plymouth, pulling a boat and Dodge at $ a
tells of one dog which Killed, cases made at the dog fighting trailer, operated by Roy Van powerline pole "We'd be rilFSCKIIMIOV: ('IIK.MISK::
doing a
maybe -1\1!) or 50; () dogs in the scene, Sparks points out. Williams, crashed l into the The driver was also charged great
P't"' ":\Iy reputation isn't at rear of the boat and trailer with failure to have his vehicle injustice to the new board 166 W Call! Starke, Fla
ahead of him, which in turn under control. coming up to take any action W-II-I-74
to stake, said
Sparks was brought on Sparks pointing that
now later
tell his side of the story "as out that attorney fees had he was forced into the rear of the they may op
well as I could in the small chose to fight the charge, front vehicle scattering thecon.'oy said.pose. member Carl Brown I : I j : I i : !
amount of time allotted to would have been upwards of alongside the roadway IRTfTTy ge/C ;
"He had Bull IHi H m H BMI Bm BBHBBHBWH* -
Pit Terrier ,
me a $1,000 not counting the costs
dog with him. Douglas' co- for him to stay in Orlando fora Trooper W. M. Abrams who IUfD '
investigated the auto, boat t i Dt
host, Freddie Prin, of "Chico trial.
and the Man," couldn't understand "People" magazine and trailer family collision
Ask how the dog could be so reporter Sandra! llinson, who estimated total damages at
friendly and then be made to interviewed Sparks for the $2,500,with the middle vehicle Super
light. Sparks said. :Nov: 11 article has since getting the worst of it. Thecar's
Charley iront and end "History keep repeating
"He couldn't understand the phoned Sparks to tell him the rear were
damaged to the extent of iNelf. because we weren't lis
"'" dogs are bred l to light! other magazine has received more
E.Johns. dogs. Most of my dogs are letters regarding the article about $1,000ilh$700 more on tening the first lime:"
the boat and trailer. The
friendly to people. on Sparks than anything the front
"We can't make a dog fight, publication has published 100 .l ,II d
he wants to fight or he recently. Sparks says the I.. I r
doesn't." niaga/ine does a yearly HOT WATER HEATING WATER SYSTEMS
Sparks was interviewedNov summary of its more outstanding
About This
Question: !: 14 by telephone by Skip pieces and wants to
Brown of Seattle radio station include him in that summaryNo Cattle
"Hunting can be expensive KTW. Sparks told his side of H. R. HRVERTY
loss of guns from damageor the dog fighting story, and :: matter how much Pete
theft cost of ) then answered questions stresses he simply raises pit Plumbing ContractorRES.
personalinjuriesliability phoned into the station. lie bull terrier pups for sale and
for injury talked for some 40 minutes has no control over whether a PHONE 964-7194 Supplemen i"
to others. I hear you have with the Seattle station. buyer fights the dog or keepsit P. O. Box 32 Starke, Florida
insurance that covers oil) "I 1 had a much better chanceto for a pet.! Sparks is still
these risks-guns, personal explain my side of the story connected' with dog fighting.In '

injury, and liability. Can it over the radio," Sparks says. "People.the "!Nov:Sparks II is issue termed of SEPTIC SYSTEMS FREE ESTIMATES If Your Thinking Of

be bought for a hunting The 73->ear-old pit bull "the untitled dean of
trip of 3 to 30 daysrCharley terrier breeder, meanwhile, American dog fighting." Using Liquid Feed : ri f 91f1 l
has had his n
attorney doing
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E. some plea bargaining on the Try Super 100 1 :rf:
charges of unlawful assemblyand g

JOHNS AGENCY charges cruelty stemming to animals from both First and Save >". :;;.1.::::,. '

131 SO. WALNUT ST police light near raids Orlando.Oct. 5 of Throughhis a dog This is our way of helpingyou Money ;. .

PHONE 9B4-5O7O attorney. Sparks has ,rer6rRN 'f':

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LAWTEY BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIL,'"
not Leached Out

DECEMBER 3, 1974 REG 991 Roughage Utilization.
STUFFED DOGS .
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Make a Mark X opposite the name of the Candidate of


your choice BED DOLLS 1298 $798Ea. By Rain, etc. Roughage Greater are Eaten.When Quantities Of

FOR CITY COUNCILMAN This

GROUP NO. 2 STUFFED REG. Happens Your Profits Increase.
VOTE FOR ONE TERM TWO YEARS J98 Ea.

PLUSH TURTLES 2.98

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Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine andMr.
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of the Hampton Senior
Citizen's Club, met at the
Pratt Street Recreation Ii kiL I rr
Center with the Starke Senior
Citizens on Nov. 19 and all
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WINN DIME S70REi NC
the Hampton City Hall, the COPYRIGHT 1971
evening of November 23. !Mrs. / PRICES GOOD FRIDAY NOV. 29 THRU WED. DEC. 4
Frances Wadsworth !Mrs. '" 'J .. .
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served to all.Andert'on. Vi GROUND BEEF I CHUCK ROAST SLICED BACON t

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S Strip Steaks LB. $179 Franks . "As. 69C Chuck Steak LB98c W.K. Corn 3 I : 88C
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Pork Roast . IB88C Franks . PKG I.LB. $119] Ketchup . B'oVr'LE59C Rice . . .3 BAG LB 78C
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Ham Patties 'SIZE''' $149 Cheese . 'SIZE i' $149] Extra Large Eggs DOZEN 65C Rolls . 2 PKGS. 88C

SWIFT PREMIUM BROWN N' SERVE PATTIES OR PILLSBURY ASSORTED FLAVORS CRACKIN' GOOD SOUTHERN BISCUIT

Link Sausage SS: 89C Cookies . /6'01 PKG., 85C Saltines . 2 PKGS.I.LB. $100 Flour . 5 BAS 68C

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son of Mr\ and Mrs. Fate SAVE WHIP Lc
Harper of 224 S.Thompson St., HALF
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The Unimak was recently (. ...-.--,,-'"-", -.--'--.,... j :Ci1JJ::::; """
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Year for 1974. Williams and 4 AUSTRIA-EMAIL COOKWAKEI 1 I J. SAVE 17c THRIFTY MAID FRESH FLORIDA. DOUGLAS WHOLE

his mended shipmates for their overall were com-oper- Chili I leans. S'SSsr' $100 Oranges . 8 BAG LB. 69C Chicken . AN99c
I THIS COUPON WORTH $2.00 OFF
ational performance and THRIFTY MAID RED OR WHITE SOUTHERN BELLE ((5 PACK)
readiness as determined ON ANY Pork & 2 31'0.. 88C 3 LB $1 Deviled Crab V,-",. 99C
Beans
through grader refresher OF THE EIGHT CANS Grapes . PKG. .
training exercises and search Austria email DIXIE DARLING SANDWICHBread FRESH FLORIDA YELLOW SALUTO SASSY & SPICEY

and He-i'joined scue operations.the Coast Guardin COOKWAREITEMS . 2 LOAVES 24 01 88C Corn . 12 EARS 99C Pizza . . 2:(:; $189
of 1972.
September SAVE 7c DIXIE LILY HARVEST FRESH GREEN AUNT JEMIMA

I Grits . . 5 IBBAO 88C Cabbage . L. 1 10C French PKG.": 69C
ONE HIM
LIMIT FER COUPON VALID THRU DEC 4 |
NOTICEThe RED DELICIOUS JUMBOApples TYSON CHICKEN, SALISBURY OR TURKEY MORTON MINCE OR

Telegraph was in errorin VALUABLE COUPON I . 12 FOR $199] Dinner . 3 its: $100 Pumpkin Pie 2 SIZE..'. 79C
its Nov. 21 edition when the ... ......._.............. ._................... ............... .......-..
ment Carlwood stated Interiors the store advertise-will be '! EXTRA : EXTRA ; EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA

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350 years ago in the fall of 1620, has been in the midst of crisis each time V jia r,

a brave band of 101 Pilgrims set sail on its leaders have been moved to rededicate Id:, .

the good ship Mayflower from Plymouth the Nation in expressing thanks to w !'.rj yl '

England searching for religious God for the blessings of liberty and r -
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freedom. abundance.


Landing in the "New World" on the In 1789, the Nation was struggling for

coast of Massachusetts they had little its place among the family of nations. In

time to dig in before the rigorous New 1863 the country was torn by civil war;

England winter was upon them. By the and in 1941 America entered the second r'w +,
following April forty-four of them were World War. P D s H s


dead. Today we again face adverse condi- flr : ::7t.

Despite their suffering, the surviving tions. Although not engaged in a 4- t -

Pilgrims set a great tradition for the shooting war, seldom have our citizens r" k r"

new country they discovered, when, following been so full of doubt about the integrityof rit'

their first harvest in 1621 they their leaders, the uncertainty of

showed appreciation for their blessingswith economic conditions, and the continued

a feast of Thanksgiving and threat of worsening inflation and un t'', 4 '- ) t ry r wl

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prayer. employment.But .

9
More than a century and a half later whatever her shortcomings

the nation's first president George America still remains the choicest land r.

Washington, proclaimed a national day on earth. Her Constitution, based on the
of thanks on November 26. 1789 Lincoln dignity and worth of each individual is

revived the custom in 1863 and since the oldest form of government in the Camp Itlandlng Infantry units stage a rainy day parade down Call Street during one of the
1941, following a joint resolution of world. With six percent of the world's frequent celebrations that enlivened Starke during the hectic days of World War II. The occupation -
has .. of Blanding was good for business In Starke. but hard on the nerves of residents, as
Congress Thanksgiving been observed population, American citizens enjoy
indicated New York
by reporter Ward Morehouse in the accompanying story about Slaike in
by Americans on the fourth forty percent of its material wealth. those tlajs.
Thursday in November.It .

This week as always Americans have

is interesting to note that America much cause for Thanksgiving.
Starke In 1942 Described As False-fronted

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I The Uses Adversity Money-grabbing 'I Don't Know What'What




In accordance with WilliamShakespeare's Some sociologists even blame our Starke like during was around while they were getting more money thanthey'd
building this ever had in their lives,
the People
hectic camp.
comments about the uses present obsession with violence on an Blanding in World days War of Camp II? were sleeping in the streets, in and they had no place to spendit County Agents By ':
of adversity, the current economic excess of material things way beyondthe the churches, in the trees and except in Starke. They were
downturn might prove to have its uses necessities of life, and the pressureof New York columnist Ward chicken coops. Anything that always hungry and always "r:1 :
also, though the pill may; be hard to those without them to get them, evenif Morehouse described it as had a roof on it." buying. This went on for fiveor Notebook !Bobby
six months. We all rich.
got
swallow at first. they have to take what they want from offering"fantastic"southern, crowded"hospitality and There is some, but not a I still have my stores. Things Taylor A' x

someone else. in reverse." His great deal of undercover have slowed down now, but OV- jj
report
Some observers have been appeared gambling in the Starke
saying that in the Feb. 16, 1942 area. the boom is still on.

the excess of material things has One social philosopher says: "Our Issue of the New York Sun: dry And because the town Bradford is theoretically County "I leased a property where 1 I trust that this Thanksgiving Season will be a time when
numbed the finer sensibilities of the wecan truly be thankful the good things we have I
society is also internally destructive. In This Is is supposedly dry territory, was paying $22 a month for many
a place once just a
the "harvest" has been bountiful for and
American people submerging them the last decade or so, a million people strawberry center, that got but it is as easy for a strangerin rental. Now I'm renting this hope everyone we
under an endless flow of motor cars have been killed in highway accidents.We rich all of a sudden and got Starke,or a soldier, to get a $22 a month place for $165 a will appreciate the productivity of our country.

electric refrigerators air-conditioners, produce cars with built-in ob- itself neoned and streamlined.The drink as it was in New York's month. That's just typical of Much has been said and written lately about American

pleasure boats, electric blankets, electronic solesence. Knowing the possible when peak the of its boom passed 52nd.Street cab during driver prohibitiondays. knew all done what for defense Starke.and Glad war to have have Agriculture's role in solving the world food crisis. I'm sure
construction hordes My
stoves, barbecue and heated we have the capability to produce this food, and even share
pits continue to the I'm to thepoliceman's
dangers we pollute en moved out months ago but the spots, and at the one we met you going know-how if
our production only our economic situation will
swimming pools.A vironment and we subsidize violence on Starke is still in the clouds; ",.. !selected a business4an ball. permit this production to be somewhat profitable l to the
the Screen television and movies in the inflow of dollars will un- of the town told me his farmer. ',' '
You back to hotel
slackening of the economy) despiteits brutish doubtedly continue as long as story of Starke, pre-boom and go your "
which human life is depicted as and you say: "I'd like to leavea
disadvantages, might make it easierto and cheap." there is a camp near by. postboom."My call for 7 o'clock." The problem now facing the farmer is that he is continually

practice those old-fashioned( virtues of Starke, an overnight gold- friend," he said, as he facing increased costs for the equipment and supplies neededto
thrift and frugality that. seem to have rush town as a result of the sipped his ale "I( came here "We don't take no calls produce crops and livestock while getting resistance from
is ad-
of
out of A period belt-tightening national I emergency, is as fantastic betore all the excitement says the hotel man. "I'm up 18 the consumer for higher prices for the food products. The
gone style mittedly not desirable in itself. Like a spot as America now started. I saw the boom hours a day and can't get up trend for several years has been that the average consumerhas
Take clothes, for instance, with dollar- other forms of medicine, it is hard to presents. Newly rich and coming and I lived through it, that early to call nobody. had to pay less and less of his take home pay for food. The
and used over-rich I find it and I wouldn't Every night is like tonight last official estimates I saw were about 15.2 percent.
watching budgets coming back in take, especially for people to smug want to have Didn't
only
style it might be possible to still look having everything they need or want. and spoiled somewhat arrogant that that experience again. I say had an worse.alarm clock you?"say you This law percentage was made possible by improved and
strangely inhospitable. despite the fact that I
presentable while digging out those old But if a recession is inevitable, we can made a lot of and more efficient production techniques. This meant that far-
jackets with perhaps the wrong lapel only hope that it will offset its disadvantages "Welcome, Buddy!" shout I'm still making money it." Southern hospitality ? mers could increase the number of bushels of corn per acre,
width and those narrow ties that were by helping to restore in the civic banners and store Quick Watson the station or produce a faster growing calf with very little increase in
high fashion ten Others will the old-fashioned virtues front streamers, but behind He shook his head and spoke wagon! Carry me back to Old cost of production. This was occurring while fertilizer, feed,
years ago. some measure these greetings there is the with all the sincerity of a man My first impressionof seed and other costs were remaining about constant.
be doing it also and after all, what is which, though badly undermined are thought, "How much have who'd known the California Stare remains my last:
style except the thing that everyone elseis still the foundation on which this nationwas you got. Buddy, and how quick gold rush of '49, the rigors of War rich and over rich it The problem now, as mentioned earlier, is that cost far
wearing or doing? founded and must survive.Spanking will you spent it?" the Yukon and the madnessand looks and acts it. From a these production supplies have more than doubled in the past
tumult of the OklahomaRun. pleasant strawberry pro year and a half. Part of the cause for high prices has been
The tradesmen impress you He continued: ducing hamlet of 1,500 to a shortages and increased demand. With this in mind, farmers
as being curt, sententious, independent teeming, bulging false- should begin to estimate their needs for next year as early as
The NumbersNotice and indifferent. "I had two stores and sold fronted, frenzied over-neoned, possible and make arrangements for a supply of these needs.
I By groceries to the construction fluorescent-tubed, dollar- Early buying may also be beneficial for the few fortunate
Starke? You come upon it gangs. Two stores, and I grabbing (I-don't-know-what! farmers who might have had a higher taxable income in 1974.
wonderingly and your first couldn't get any help. I So long as the army camp
impression is the one that you worked IS to 20 hours a day. stands so long as it is pop- Speaking of taxes I now have a small supply of the 1975
to teachers and parents: It's 5. Officials must consider alternativesto take away with you. In its pre- My weekend profits were unbelievable ulated and its soldiers and Farmers Tax Guide.
o.k. to paddle those unruly children in such a parent-teacher sent incarnation it is a town but I wouldn't their wives come to town
as
school but must be careful to spanking created and spoiled by defense want to go through it all again. Starke's gold rush will con- The guide is designed to help farmers prepare their 1974
you very (conference guidance, or suspension. dollars. With its over tinue its dream will go on. Federal income tax return. Examples throughout the booklet
follow regulations.A lighted facades, its blazing in- "These fellows from the And certainly, no one can show how the tax laws apply to farming situations. Samplesof
6. The school psychologist or teriors, its fluorescent tubing, construction jobs the carpen- say that the end of this dreamis the records and tax forms normally used by farmers
recent decision by the 5th U.S. ,physician must be consulted before a its while-U-wait photo studios ters and plumbers, were near. illustrate how good records help you prepare an accurate tax
Circuit Court of Appeals established under treatment is spanked. its hell-red neons, its cheap return and pay only the correct amount ot tax. My guess is

some specific rules that must be j pupil jewelry displays, and its __ -... -...__ I .... ......... ........ that many farmers over-pay income taxes each year because
very gaudy movie palaces, Starke they failed to keep a good record of all their farm's expenses
followed before a public school teachercan 7. Punishment should be made has gone from a population of
administer corporal l punishment.The "posteriorly and never around the 1,500 Home of the Sweetest The booklet also lists new tax developments that apply to
new opinion was a revision of one ]head or shoulders. Strawberries this side of 1974 returns and has a 1975 tax calendar of dates that are important -
issued last which said only that a Heaven) to a population of to each farmer You can get your copy at your
August nobody knows what! County Agent's office on North 301 in Starke until our small
teacher must obtain approval from the 8. Elementary school pupils may be iI4 ft supply lasts.
principal before administering a ,struck up to five times, and high school Now come with me on a visitto :
Starke I found it and
spanking.The students up to seven times. beheld it. as I.. The Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association is finalizing
V xt t hi plans for their 3rd 4-H and FFA Steer Show and Sale to be

court laid down the following( pre- All of which makes it appear that the You drive up to the hotel held next April.

spanking requirements: court is bending over backward to in- which you wired from Pensa- The Steer Weigh-In Committee has set Saturday, Decem-
1. The pupil must know and under sure the student's right to protect his cola and later phoned from ber 7th as the weigh-in date. All steers to be shown must be
stand the rule under which he is being posterior. But it also makes us wonder Jacksonville. "No Vacancy"is taken to Mr. Billy Brown's farm near Worthington Springs to
punished. how technical can a spanking the sign across the front be officially weighed, tattooed and entered in the show and
just
door. But have a con-
you
sale. Call
any County Agent or Agriculture teacher in Brad-
get? firmed reservation and you ford or Union County for additional information or direc
.. "
2. If the pupil admits guilt, someone enter. "All right, says the tions.
not directly involved must decide By the time these eight steps have hotel man "but you'll" have to
leave by 9:30: a.m. It will be
whether a whipping is proper. been complied with neither the teachernor $2.50. lug own bags to 'I r COMMUNITY
the student will be able to recall Room 12, go your out and try to finda ..,..,...,.,....,...............,..,............,........,..,.

3. If the pupil denies having know- what the punishment is' all about. spot for your car which you
ledge of the rule, the teacher must show have left double-parked in THANKSGIVING DL 4E LQE5 QQPOOQE3
front of the hotel, and then you
that he knew or should have known To paraphrase a popular cigarette
see the sights of Starke. By WILLIAM HAAS
about it. commercial... "You've come a long way, 1 ; r SERVICES Veterans Service Officer
students." The consturction men have r aI .
4. If the pupil claims innocence, school gone their way the carpenters ,,,1 ; 1' W'dnsd.y.7p.m. etk
painters, electricians, { The information is found the
Bradford County
officials must listen to witnesses for both A long way from the woodshed thatis. plumbers but the soldiersare (Methodist Church Veterans Service Office will veteran may get it correctedat
sides in order to establish his guilt. still here and so are their f STARKE be closed the weeks of December any time by sending the
wives, eating Starke's food 2nd and 9th. It Is necessary original discharge to the
drinking its beer and illegal that I go to St.Petersburg Military or Naval Records
whiskey), seeing its movies, for a training program for Center General Services Ad-
QRIO,4 CQ riding In its cabs. 1rrt"'t I AY newly designated County ministration St.Louis, Mo.,
1879- 63100 or to the U.S. Marine
Veterans Service Officers
; required -
4 atili Albright take a cab ride. by Florida Statutes. Corps U.S. Coast Guard
p4 Anywhere in the city limits for Headquarters Washington,
M 10 cents-one dime. That is, a $ I D.C. 20000.There .
dime a head.:One dollar to the t2- The Florida Department of
O army camp, eight miles away. Veterans Affairs is asking all is no time limit for
n BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Jacksonville by cab is $10 for h veterans to check their honor this type of correction, and a
gT10N Publishers one or a cabfull. able discharge to determine letter of transmittal asking
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla. under Act whether any administrativeor for specific correction,
second ttiih
"Enter III
"Sure into
Published each Thursday and entered as says the cab driver gate thimkiglving, typographical error has together with the original discharge -
"I was here during the boom. And Into Hit courts with praiie is about all that Is
of March 3, 1879. ; been made. For example
.B : $3.50 six months. Why. if think it's hard to
: year
area per
In trade you
ate serialnumbers necessary..
Suboc,1 ptlon Him and Men Hit wrong dates
Be unto wrong
mime.Ptalmt
.4.00 six montha. ihnnltjul -
$7 : get a bed here
Outside trade area: per year room or a now or other wrong in Don't forget your Income
Starke. Fla. should have the town
you seen 100,4. Questionnaires.November ,
because if
formation
wrong
Phone 964-6306 when the construction mob


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With 29-8 Win Over Santa FeALACHUA

Tornadoes Crush
HIGH earned 17 first downs to Santa Fe was very much in (QB Clemons tried to pitch to a The Tigers! had refused to
SPRINGS Union High's Union's 14, but the turnovers the game, trailing just 15-8] back around the end and Lake allow Santa !10'(' a t second
football machine rolled 29-8 killed them That can be laid with eight minutes left in the Butler had the ball again at scoring duvo via Mntelii'ad'sbig
Friday night over host Santa to either Santa Fe miscues, or third period.But midfield. play Instead( Mi (games
Eastside RamsIn Fe High in a tension laden pressure from the tough the Tigers were relentless Taking advantage of that the offensive and relentlessly
contest marred by several in. Tigers defense which has Santa Fe stopped Lake opportunity the Tigers drove drove lor a touchdown with no
cidents anone near freeforall. allowed fewer than one touch- Butler once, but when the 51 yards in nine plays, all on Santa Ko t type miscucs
down per game this season Raiders started a second the ground, quarterback marring their! ogress Thai
But the hurt feelings and The Tigers promptly drove drive and had two first downs, Eddie IIa/en getting this score was the turning IK.ml in 'the
First Shutout fisticuffs didn't bother the 65 yards, with the aid of two Tim Whitehead came up witha from ,-I'' .1 yards out. Sir game. which Irom that Is ii nt..
torrid Tigers from Union 15-yard penalties against the big play for Lake Buller mones k 'ked the extra point a. minute into tht I '"III"hISt't'
County as they claimed their Raiders, for their first touch- Whitehead stole a pitchout as and LB led 2:1-8.!) Page UI)

STARKE Using a tough, "111 tell you who really A faked punt on Eastside'sfirst first undefeated season in down just over two minutes .
history. Now 10-0, Suwannee into the first period. FullbackLorenzo
hard-nosed defense, a sopho played a ball game That was possession in the third '
Conference and Class 2A District Griffin did the honors ..
more quarterback adequately Scott Pooser. said Defensive
period, as the Rams tried to ,
,
executing the roll out pass, Coach !Mike] Sexton after his play catch up ball,did not fool 3 champions, the Tigersare from 15 yards out. '
and a hard charging offensiveline middle guard broke into the the BHS defense. Covering 57 set for a Dec. 6 meeting Jimmyobley! ] LB defen /: ,
with the Class AA District 4 halfback, on a
with "won't go down" Ram backfield live times. yards in five plays BHS sive jumped
again champion as the state loose football alter Santa Fe's
Tommy Reddish his high and play
powering Spirits playing as a found itself leading the Rams
way Bradford /High com- unit, the Tornado defense wel- 21-0, tight end Donnie Sewell offs begin. Lacey Kelly mishandled a ,:m''".
.
pletely dominated 1 Eastside comed Eastside to the scrimmage getting the score on a 16 yard "The Santa Fe game will pitchout from QB Chuck .. ,;; .
tell us what kind of ball club (lemons on the Raiders' third
Hams 34-0 here
Thursday on with
many plays a rollout pass from Prevatt ;' '
we have, Tiger Head Coach play from scrimmage. That '; -
night rhythmic clapping of the
hands An 85-yard drive in eight Jack Jones, said two weeks gave the ball right back to the .: .. .
plays netted Bradford's fourth ago. He counted the Santa Fe Tigers on the Raider 21] yard .
It was late in the first period TD, wideout Lashley taking a game on a par with the state line. ,.. ..
when BHS got its running and 28yard pass from QB Prevatt play offs. It took the powerful Tigers .
passing combination clicking for the score.The Tornado JV, "We just gave them an old- just five plays to drive the ball ., N
md put together a 49 yard brought up to the varsity after fashioned country whippin," into the Santa Fe enc/one. \
scoring drive. Featuring the finishing a most successful 4-1 Jones said after the game Curtis Sirmones going in from
power running of Reddish, season, scored the final TD Friday night. "We used our three yards out leaving four itrTTA \
who gained 138 yards for the midway the fourth period with power series and stuck it right tackles in his wake. Griffin i
night and quarterback Beaver Desue, only regular in down their throats. They had added a two point conversionover
Jimmy Prevatt's roll out the lineup, going nine yards the outside shut off, so we right tackle and LB led
passing to fullback !Matt Hull for the score. With DeSue andMatt went inside. 15-0 with four minutes left in
and wideout Richard Lashleythe ] Hull alternating, it took "Santa Fe has a fine football the first period.
drive hit pay dirt five plays the JV players 11 plays to dig team," Jones added. Santa Fe fought back after .
into the second period with out 27 yards; they had a little Plagued by turnovers, \receiving the second half .
Reddish diving over from the trouble getting plays off Santa Fe lost the ball five kickoff, driving 71 yards in 10
four after the Tornado line because of various infractionsin times via three fumbles recovered plays, Kelly getting the score tenacious Tiger secondary closes down to keep Santa Fe! from gelling loin yauLigr
opened him a big hole and he their first varsity play. by the Tigers and two from 15 yards out. Kelly ran Closing in for the tackle are Doug li.irneU. :32! and Bibby l ferry MI. wilt srter.il idiu-r'I'iger
dove under a tackler at the They got the ball down to the pass interceptions. Santa Fe for a two point conversion and defenders backing them up.
one foot line in six plays,
goal.The second TD came on the despite 25 yards in penalties,
Richard l.ashley gets a '.'H next Tornado possession after on the strength of a 45 yard Best Team Effort Pushes
yard pass from Jimiii\ the BHS defense had driven Mall Hull run. Two more
l're\att for a Tornado score the Rams back from their 38 infractions pushed the ball out
last Thursday night against to their 14 yard line with to the nine yard line from BHS 34-0 Bv Visiting: RamsA 1.OD
Kastside. Pooser throwing Ham tail- where" DeSue made his nine
back Chuck Roberts for a yard charge across the goal '-'
It was the defense, however seven yard loss then Jimmy carrying a Ram on his back. good team effort going "We had the best overall remained idle for a good part
which time after time left the Clark, :Mark Hildreth. Sheldon Keith Carter kicked the both ways by the Bradford execution by all four backs in of the game, because the defensive
Tornadoes with good field Hodge, and Pooser chased (See Page 13)) High gridders put together a one game that we have had line stopped just about
position. It was the defense Ram quarterback Hirk 34-0 slaughter over visiting here in a long time," says everything from going to the
which held tight just before Williams 17 yards deeper as Eastside last Thursday nightin Coach Hurse. "Eastside has backs, according to Defensive FOR
the half when a Tornado punt he tried to pass on the next Starke, which put the always been tough for us, but Secondary Coach Denny
was blocked, the Rams taking play. Tornadoes at the 8-1 mark this year they had a lot of Hansen
possession on the BIIS 27. As a result BHS got the ball "It was a great team effort injuries and' have a lot of "The defensive line did sucha
Eastside was held to 125 yards at its 49. Six plays later, 6:07: and we have fine execution young people playing for good job that the defensive
rushing and 11 yards passing, left in the first half Beaver both ways," says Head BHS them" secondary did not have to play
with BHS subs and JV DeSue went" through a big hole Coach David Hurse. "The "1 think our victory was due much," commented Hansen.
teamers playing much of the at left tackle from a foot out i offense and defense probably' more to pur good play than "We covered 'our basic re- to
second half.It for the second Tornado TD. played their best overall gJrfie their poor play. We just out sponsibilities when they did
was the eight BHS wins BITS went into the half with a of the year.The down linemen" executed them," concluded try to throw."
against one loss, to Buchholz 14-0 margin, counting Jimmy did an excellent job all night. Hurse
and the first BHS was The defensive (See Page 1:11: )
Tornado shutout Prevatt's two extra point very impressive secondary
.of the season. kicks. statistically, racking up 41j](
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Tigers Get 1 Oth StraightOn -w----- d. Three Lettermen To Lead I



r BHS At
Cagers: BeginningBradford

Way To State PlayoffsAfter ,A High basket. year-and played varsity last-- junior varsity-team. They are

bailers might get off to a slow year as a sophomore.Still Milton Baker, Alfred Ross,
9
bitter m.. nf start this year with four of the playing football are Willis Berry, Daryl Moody
a last brawl with decided Saturday and will be one pass for seven yards The seven returning lettermenstill Donnie Sewell, Sheldon Robert Best and Lavern
Santa Fe Friday night announced next week. Raiders were held to 168 yards in football and state (Hodge, David McMillian and Murks. Al Anderson is tryingout
Union High Gridders have "Crescent City Is a big team rushing and 60 yards in the playoffs looming for the James Aldridge. All three are for basketball Newcomer
achieved a perfect 10-0 record and( has two runningbacks ,. Tornado gridders. senior lettermen. Richard Lashley. also playing
and are on their way to state that are in the same category air.The Raiders threw 14 passes BHS footballers will go to "Since Sewell, Aldridge, football, may come out for
playoffs after Thanksgiving. as Curtis Sirmones," says but the Tiger secondary held the state playoffs this year if Hodge, and McMillian are still basketball.
Crescent City will be the I lead Tiger Coach Jack Jones them to only four completionswhile they beat North Marion this involved in football we are "Hampton was a team
first competition for Union They have a lot of team taking the ball twice on '" week. going to be depending a great leader last year with his good
High in the playoffs. UC is the speed and are a very physical interceptions. Buddy Perry "I am pleased with the pro- deal on Elva Hampton and plays and defensive effort,"
of District 3 and team .. ... ... ..
winner CC is commented Coach saved a lot of long passes by gress so far during practiceand Wayne Berry to carry the load says Sexton. "Berry got a lot
the District 4 champion. The Jones. "When you get to the knocking them down, ac Scott Pooser ((61> and Jimmy Clark (111)) bring this Kastside, I feel the young playerswill for the first part of the of experience last year and
location of the game will be state playoffs everybody you cording to Jones runner down hard during the 34-0 Tornado victory make a contribution to the season," says Coach Sexton. should be on the starting role
play is as good or better than basketball program," says Opening game for the and we will be counting on himas
Best Effort. you or they would not be there. Head Basketball Coach Mike Tornadoes is December 6 in a rcbounder and, hopefully
..... II is a completely he will for
different Sexton. Gainesville against Eastside. score some points
Tornadoes
Crush Rams.
...... "
outlook in state than in the us.
From( Page 12)) re- Three players returningfrom The first game of the state
gular season. (from Page 12) last year are practicing playoffs in football is the same Last season the Tornadoeswere
Noseman Scott Pooser was Union did not have nd the be 23-4 while taking the
any now. They are Wayne Berry, night a game may re-
the leader on defense snag threat last Friday night of extra point and Bradford High the middle for 11 yards, dragging and four. Elva Hampton and Reggie scheduled.Six Florida Star Conference.
ging 10 individual tackles with losing to chance to go to state had a 34-0 win on the board. the last two members of Instead of punting, Green. Berry is a junior this players are up from the District 11. and Region dram
two assists. Jimmy Clark got but another goal was aimed at the Ram secondary with him. however, the Rams came out pionships.
six tackles and three assists, for the game. Union has never BlowByBlowMatt A hard run over left tackle by with a fake punt and a run.
Mike Gaskins five tackles and had a team to have a perfect Hull, who broke a long DeSue netted 12 yards. But the entire BHS defense Tigers Finish./ ....
linebackers Dwight Barber season, until this year. For the kick off return two weeks ago, Then QB Prevatt rolled out caught onto the trick and it 301
and Early Chandler each got last couple of years the Tigers almost took Eastside's and hit Hull for 14 yards two didn't work. Instead it set BHS (From Page $$2)spoiled) ...
four tackles. have been 9-1 and 82. The opening kick off all the way straight times, Hull helping up on the Tornado 43. period, degenerated into con- the eitort. BUI Ir-
Raiders finished this season Hull returned 45 yards to the out by getting extra yardage On first down Reddish burst tinued outbursts of temper. mones got two yards on
"The down linemen did an with an even 5-5 record. Ram 40 before he was stop- after his catches. On the through the line and got 26 Santa Fe turned the ball second down at right tackle DRIVE-IN I
excellent job, the ends contained "They were the best team ped, thereby giving the Tornadoes second catch he whirled undera yards before a Ram defensive over to Lake Butler late in the With LB facing a crucial third
well, the linebackerswere that we have played all initial good field positionfor Ram tackler and struggledto back could pull him down. third period when the Raiders and eight, Sirmones again got
around the ball all night, and we had the best team year the first half. Two third the one foot line. DeSue Prevatt then put his head refused to punt and a fourth the call. This time he went Fri & Sat
and the secondary did a good effort that we have had all down passes missed and each carried for the TD and down around his right end and down catchup passing effort outside right tackle cut inside
job of containing the run and year," commented Jones of time Reddish punted excellently Prevatt kicked his second got 11 yards and a first downat failed. Getting the ball at their the end, stiff armed one
pass," commented Hurse of the Santa Fe game. out of bounds at the PAT of the night. BHS led 14-0 the Ram 20. 43, the Tigers drove 57 yardsin tackler, and cut to the sideline
the overall defensive olav. The Raiders almost completely seven and eight. Only bright; with 6:07: left in the second DeSue ran up the middle five plays, aided by a 15 Quarterback Chuck where
stopped the outside spot for Eastside was Chuck period.Again. twice, hitting hard, for 3 and 6 yard roughing penalty when demons playing safety lor
"We had another super tions on the Tigers but the op- Roberts wide running at the the BHS defense was yards, down to the Ram 11. a Santa Fe jumped Sirmones, the Raiders, finally made the
game by the offensive line Union offensive line opened ends for gains of 24 yards, onfrom too tough for Eastside. mouthpiece hanging from a for the final score. Luke Smith stop, the last man between
against Kastside: and David holes all night for a successful the Rams' first play Roberts got a short three instead of in the went 15 yards for the score Sirmones and the goal. But the the lilies
Harper was named offensive running game up the middle. scrimmage and an 11 a dards, out to the Ram 30, mouth cost BHS five yards, and Griffin ran for two more Lake Butler back had nine
lineman of the week becauseof "Everybody on the offense gainer on the first play of the before linebacker Dwight then, back to the 16. points, making it 29-with 2:40: yards and a big iist down ai
his exceptional play," says played real well and the defense second series. Barber drove him to the QB Prevatt rolled to his left, left in the game. the Raider 49. bloom
Offensive Line Coach Bill did its usual great job," With 1:50: left in the opening ground. Pooser, Barber, and and looked as if he was goingto As Coach Jones pointed out,
Hughes. claims Jones. quarter Tommy Reddish'sruns Hildreth infiltrated the Ram keep the ball around left Lake Butler had to use its
The Tiger movement was of 6, 3, and 5 yards got backfield on second down, end. But at the last second he power series off tackle to get United Artists
"Marlon Thornton and led by the running of Curtis BHS a first down at the Ram holding Eastside to one yard. spotted big 6-4 Donnie Sewellin yardage on the Raider defense FLORIDATHEATRE G.1Tj';
Donnie Sewell did an excellentjob But of the endzone. which had off the outside PLUS
Sirmones, Lorenzo Griffin and 35. a holding penalty On third down Barber filleda the corner cut
of blocking for us," com- Luke Smith. Smith pushed the Tornadoes back big hole at right guard and Sewell simply turned his backto game much of the time.
was a re-
mented Hughes "The fact placement for injured Andy out to midfield. Reddish burst held Roberts to a three yard the defensive man and Although Tiger running star Waylon Jennings
that we have been able to Howard. Sirmones rushed 110 through the line for five yardson gainer. Roberts punted 31 caught the ball, hanging on Curtis Sirmones can run out- In
score 35 points in each of the yards in 23 carries Smith 74 the repeat first down, then yards to the Tornado 35. despite a blow in the back as side most effectively, against
last three games is attributedto yards and Griffin 71. "They quarterback Jimmy Prevatt Reddish plunged up the the ball reached his hands. Santa Fe and as with West FriSatSunAMERICAN "Road
the much improved offen shut out our outside andwe went to the air for three middle on a hard nine.yard Sewell calmly laid the ball Nassau when the going got To
sive line play. gave them a good game physical straight completions, his most run, breaking tackles and down and walked out of the tough, Sirmones demon NATIONAL ENTERPRISES. IN C
"At the first of the year we whipping," says Coach Jones. effective passing of the nightto refusing to go down until Ram endzone without looking back. strated he can run inside with PRESENTSThe Nashville"Models
were shaky but we have "I am proud of our kids for that point. Vernon James picked him up Prevatt's third kick was power. Academy Award Winner,
gotten it together. If you take that, because stfme times Hull caught the first roll out off his feet and placed him on good and BUS led 21-0 midwaythe Sirmones was the workhorse
the front five people in front of have to win the hard andue you toss for a 10 yard gainer, then the ground. Prevatt got six third period. Friday night, carrying SUN & MON
and put them on their did." way Lashley caught a 16 yard toss yards on the keeper for a first Again, the Rams could [GJ -
you The for a first down at the Ram 19. down at midfield and DeSueran sustain no offense against the COUN'TRIES.
rears, aregoing to score. Tigers racked 262 9"THE
you up Hull came back to catch a 18 yards by following good Tornado defense led by Lake Butur Santa Ft BANNED IN 36NOW
concluded Hughes. yards rushing while getting 14 First Downs 17
short at then Tornado blocking. But the The Rams got one
pass scrimmage, Pooser. 255 Yards Gained Rushing 174 i yOU CAUS: G\.E CU'TI
fought his way down to the drive stalled at the 32 and BHS first down on runs of 8 and 4 7 Yards Games Passing 59 I
I 1' I three yard line and another was in motion twice. But it yards.Then Pooser broke in to 1 170 PC PA PI 3172

first down. lasted long enough to use up throw QB Williams for a five 0 1275 Fumbles Punts Lost 0 3 \\HAt REAllY
Reddish lost a yard up the most of the half. yard less' as he tried to pass. 95 Yards Lost Penalties ___ 60 (AR'4 .
middle on first down, then gota The Rams took over with 22 The Rams 11 yards in the HEWN THE U.lTlIR)AI II aml V. 1,
big hole at left tackle and seconds left in the half. They next two pays but it wasn't Score by Quarters: GAETTh. (aANxxMf v
/r a dived over for the score from blocked the Tornado punt, a enough to overcome the loss at LB 15 0 0 1429 y
y 1 four yards out. Prevatt's big lineman doing the job, and the hands of Pooser. Roberts SF 0 0 8 0 8 .XCxhlgAll1ER1Cr ig

N"M extra point kick was good. took over the BHS 27. But time punted 39 yards to James Scoring: ..
BHS led 7-0 with 10:35: left in was against them, plus a Aldridge at the Tornado 15. LB-Grllfin, 15 yard run. EP bus story C0 80Y
the second quarter. penalty on first down '''BHS was off to the races Sirrnones LB-Slrmones-3 kick. P- of a vanishing rrwrtcin
yard run. *
4 _a Hull's short kickoff was backed Eastside out to the 35. again as the third period drewto Griffin run and hit special kind of fnMdom.
returned to the Ram 38. On Williams' pass fell incompletethen a close. Reddish burst SF-Kelly, 15 yard run EP- Kelly Starring Larry Mahnn

Mlap,q first down Ram speedster he ran for 15 yards, through yet again for 19 yards, run. COLOR BV DELUXE'A
Chuck Roberts couldn't turn unable to get off the second the final two Ram defenders Sirmones BHaz.n.run.LBSmlth. 8 yard run EP n fltM**A6>*,lur*'*"*,4r"w, ...
PVMlOMl AMCHICAN NATIONAL GHilarious + NEIY
CHARLTON Hf STON the Tornado right end. On aerial before the second making the tackle as Reddishran 15 yard run EP run
tylatll'TmD INJACKLONOONS second down, from the 38 still, period ended. right over them. The next tailed
.04 cs'C ,au( ,1 "CALL OF THE WILD" Scott Pooser broke through to Starting with determinationin play Reddish again burst
Or AKINANNAXINFIIMComing 21 times for 98 yards. At first
BtORV W99tOst w.CN toss Roberts for a seven yard the second half, Eastside through, this time cutting to
Butler
"dw wr loss. On third down from 31, returned the BHS kick off to the left sideline and getting 31 all from Lake Sirmones.yardage But as SantaFe's came A TWENTY R:
? QB Williams couldn't get off a the Ram 36 and ground out one yards before Williams chased to MINUTE FEATURETTEJf
defense began key on
N0E1 pass as Clark, Hildreth, first down. But then Scott him down at the Ram 35. On
fullback Lorenzo
Pooser and Hodge poured in Pooser started wrecking fourth and two, Prevatt got Sirmones,
on him for a 17 yard loss. havoc in the Ram backfield. another first down at the Ram Griffin went through the line MiceMm
Soon! Under pressure from Pooser tossed one Ram ball 25 by running his left end on before the Raiders knew he (
. Hodge, from his defensive end carrier for a one yard loss, the power keeper. had the ball. Griffin got 62 l1Gj
yards in 12 carries. Color From
position, Roberts hurriedly In Blazing
Opens Fri. Dec. 6 then on second down toss Ram 1 Films.' Ltd.
Group
35 yards to the Tor
punted Williams for a
quarterback fP
Speedy junior Luke Smith, [
nado 49. EMaide ,
loss. Williamscame Bradford' High
For 3 Only Don't Miss It! three yard S in the roughest com- PLUS
Big Days Big Donnie Sewell got off back with an 11 yard 17 First Downs playing)
29V.rd..Ganed Rushing 8512S petition of his career, ran out- excerpts from all time
balance and missed Prevatt'swell Roberts but it wasn'tenough "Room Of Chains"Every
to \I
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pass
f
side when the Raiders movedto wild life "vont
Show Time 5,7 & 9 Sat. & Sun 1,3,5,7 & 9 thrown pass down the left after Pooser's work also PCPAP'' 120
close down the inside. lie
sideline. But Reddish burst up and Eastside faced a fourthINSURABLE 230 Punts x317
o Fumbles Lost 1 ran six times for 69 yards,
90 Yards P.nallz.d 30 averaging 11.5 yards per

r ilea carry.In .
SCORE BY QUARTERS the first Tiger TD drive BINGO
for instance QB Hazen wentto
kvrf STOP BUS 0 14 7 13 34 Sirmones on the first play
.....Id. 0 0 0 0 0 from scrimmage in the game. Saturday Night

Head down, running with
A fumble in the BHS back- power and keeping his feet, Beginning At 8 P.M. Saturday, Nov 23

N1Is' field was recovered by Sirmones responded with four
Prevatt, but it pushed BHS yards up the middle, then St. Edwards
back three on the first play of charged off left tackle for six
the fourth period. Then on yards. Just short of a first

second down and 13 yards to Sirmones got four more yards Catholic Church Parish Hal!
go. Prevatt threw up the off right tackle, swinging
middle and Lashley took it at deep waiting for the hole to
the goal looking over the open then charging in hard
j shoulder for the fourth Tornado with his speed up when he hit S10O
TD. Prevatt's PAT kick the line.
ri 'i was blocked and BUS led 27-0 Griffin got nothing on his
with just 1:20: left of the fourth first call on first down as

period.Williams. Raider tackle Ronald Clark JackpotThe
returned the BITS got in the UC backfield and
fr wSlrtff fiiiiiiiJt Jtf iJaiiilP iO 'ii'tiyi'ChjU kick off to the Ram 29. On first

f, cr, r r ,.,. E Ei down BUS defensive tackle
Jimmy Clark racked up a Irr.== .0.- ( =
i fsllyy'i.u E X'alk '7 k" tirJ'.'k //y trt 14 f 'M x. dt dri r1 at fuY 7.N q'',p rsrty ,,, Ram ball carrier, the ball
popped loose, and linebacker
i II ]\ taB* _______Ba_" 'laMvX BHS.Early Chandler hawked it for Office

ACCOUNTS PROTECTED UP TO igfrjt At that point the Tornado
I j y M iMi varsity second string had beenin
$40,000ATCUARANTYFEDERAL the ball game in numbersfor 964.6305 135 W. Call St.
some time. But dressed out Shop
Friday night were a host of
junior varsity gridders who
had been brought up to the

family's future. Starting this Wednesday each insurable varsity after the JV season Has Check
Stop worrying about you ended, as has been the custom NAME
account at Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan will be protected by an agency of the over the years. _

Federal Government up to $40OOO. Coach David Hurse inserted
the JV team on the field as a ADDRESS
IdentificationStamps
With joint accounts, a family of three can have up to $400,000 insured savings unit Rabbit against Smith Eastside.also had Coach Ram
of four to $560,000. All accounts in of the EMPLOYMENT
coverage. A family up excess current subs playing liberally by that
limits will automatically be insured at the new limits. time.

Tornado regular Matt Hull HOME PH,. BUS. PH _

Stop worrying about your financial future. Get high interest and up to $40.00O and Beaver DeSue alternated

insured protection for each insurable'account at Guaranty Federal. carrying plays in, thus was HT.RACESEX SEX DOB
only one BUS regular on the in Stock _
STARKE: 395 W. Madison St. field at a time.
Stop by today! The Tornadoes had the ball ID #1
SAVlNGSlN'ORMATlON at the Ram 27 after the fumble _

TYfi'or ACCOUNT MIN INVESTMENT' MIN. TIHM ANNUAL, DAK ANNUAL, YIELD leNa @ recovery. But in 11 plays they
Passbook Saving None None '.25% S.39% '"Q had another Tornado TD $9.50 lDz
New Certificate 1,000 90 days '.n% 5.92% ': m after running the touchdownthree
1 6.50% 6.72% i ii times, the first two
1,000 Y"
New New Certificate Certificate 1,000 2'/j\ years 6.75% b.98% .M, I I ,I. .being called back because of ACCEPTED BY

New Certificate 1,000 4 years 7.50% 7.79'%)( .yl: off sides or) motion penalties.Hull .
.
S.. had a run of 45 yards on
'WHEN EARNINGS ARC ALLOWED COMPOUND DAILY the drive and DeSue ran nine
A SUtlSf ANIIAL>"INFEKEST AWAI.OimliriCArtrLAN PLNMtV NEUUINEO. FUN EAIILVWITHI Guaranty Federal yards for the TD. Keith Carter Call Mr Pooser Today and Save Yourself From Writing Out

Sewing- and loon Association added the extra point with

GAINESVILLE', / 110 N "MAIN ""H L'NIVIHSITV' Ay[. ,. !JIM!S W AHCHEK OAOSTARKE the',....d'', Savings Ce.if.r' quarterback Jackson Prevatt All This
HEIGHTS LAWRENCE .LVD,A SYLVAN WAY '
mI W. "MADISON r.lutOJOiI holding for a 34-0 BHS shut out

a over Eastside. Information.'I.


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Paffell TELEGRAPH November Z7, 1974rECALs



I LEGALS IEGALS -I BROOKER IN BRIEFBy



NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO follows: dress is PIERCE & HARDY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
REGISTER Certificate No. 85, Year of P.A., P.O. BOX 1030 Starke, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Jeannette Prescott &

FICTITIOUS NAME Issuance 1972 Description of Florida 32091 and file the original FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- : 's

Property SE'/ of NW'/i, SEC with the clerk of the above FORD COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS .. I

Pursuant to Section 865.09 10 T-7-S, R-22-E. Name In styled court on or before In the 3rd grade kickball '

Florida Statutes notice is which assessed CORA LEE January 24, 1975: otherwise a CIVIL ACTION league, the Gators have 1". ''i'<' "; \; f! :::t"1i.:%'f J'i'Ji'.t.<<.w;<'' :, ,: :,: .'< A: 'F ; d <, .
hereby that the STEVENS, Stone Harbor N.J. judgement may be entered CASE No.74-302 gained a berth for the class 'fl _' :;' 1)); ,! !;t1" !,, J'::?1$ '> : ,. "" ''';<@i'' .' ,
given undersigned ; I4 .
being In 0 ? ffi'tiw, ": ItfijjZ' ; 'f; i ':1 t"' / ;, ;;;;" i 4fl. < fA4,
EDWARD F. RIP- All of said property against you for the relief de- championship game with a 3-1 """ ''5'1'" '. w ...' h/"<<< "'" ;<'<'Ii"'<<"!": ; ""I'ii"'; <( '" ,: ,""W'?,!p .
PLINGER JR., doing business the County of Bradford, State of manded in the complaint or pe- SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE record The Dolphins and < "" '"' :

under the firm name of Florida. COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an Dynamites are tied with a 1-1- 'I' "a m" 'll :;'I"'C' e"v" D 'rs

HOLIDAY INN GUlf 1011 N. Unless such certificate or cer- tition.WITNESS my hand and the insurance corporation PlaintiffVS 2 record and these two teams 11. .... ,, ,

Temple Bradford Avenue County, Florida Starka tificates according shall to law be the redeemed property 22 seal, 1974.of said Court on November SARANELL- M. TRAVIS, Individually will winner go head-to-head taking on the, with Gatorsfor the ,a d J )< v%. \t 1:$ f ifffV! k.4;at:lyK'4;;;Xf ; w. ir.it;): ; : ,1 ";,\\*' !(J'+{ 4,:-.' "'

32091 intends to register said described! in such certificate or the class championships.This .
certificates will be sold to the GILBERTS. BROWNAs Saranell M. Travis, executrix of '

fictitious provisions name of the under aforesaid the highest bidder at the court Clerk of Said Court the estate of L. Edd Travis, week's Run-for-Run WBlilfDlllJEm 1 ( ( Qoaoa(! (

Statute. house door on the 30th day of By Dorothy Moore deceased etal. Defendant champs are Mark Crews, Pete

December 1974 at 11.00: a.m. As Deputy Clerk Hodge, Sheila Starling, and SHOPPING CENTER
Dated this 22nd day of NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Brenda Willinfiham. Pete
Dated this 28th day of October :
A.D. 1974, at Starke November 1974. 11/2841 1219IN / Hodge has accumulated a

11/74t Bradford 11/28 County Florida GILBERT BROWN, TO: total of 20V, miles.BRIDALSHOWER. 0. S. 301 Starke. Fla.

Clerk of Circuit Courtof THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Saranell M. Travis, Executrixof

Bradford County, Florida THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT the Estate of t, Edd Travis, Miss Pearl Wolfred of
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO By Beulah M. Moody OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1236 Laurel Lane, Gainesville Starke. bride-elect of Ricky Open Moo Wed 9 To 8 Thura. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6

REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY Georgia 30501) Mott of Brooker, was honored
FICTITIOUS NAME 11/28 4t 1219IN YOU ARE HEREBY with a miscellaneous bridal

IN RE: The Marriage of NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose shower in the Brooker Baptist

a mortgage on the following recreation building on
GEORGE WILLIAMS
Pursuant to Section 865.09 CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
Florida Statutes, notice is THE JUDICIAL CIR- Petitioner, property )in Bradford Saturday, Nov. 22,at 7:30: p.m.
THE EIGHTH
County, Florida: she received useful
hereby given that the undersigned CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR many I Rome
and and A parcel of land containing Giftg
Luther D. Raley COUNTY. CASE abut
BRADFORD 1.447 in the NW>Y of of includedMrs.
Eileen I I. Raley, Rt. 3 Box 251, acres lying town guests
NO. 74-306
Starke, Florida 32091 doing LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS, SE% of Section 21, Township 6 .Lila Sauls; her daughter-I

business under the firm name of CYNTHIA L. SCHMITT, Plaintiffvs Respondent. South, Range 22 East In Starke, in-law, Betty; and her :
"RALEY'S GROCERY" State Bradford County Florida, said daughter, Kelley. About 45 I
-
Rd. 100 & 18, Starke, Bradford EUGENE B. EDWARDS and NOTICE OF ACTIONTO parcel being more particularly guests attended.
described as follows:: Hostesses were Mrs.
County Florida 32091. Intendsto his wife
LOLA EDWARDS, ,
Commence the Intersec- Mildred
at
register said fictitious name : Johnnie Green, Mrs.
under the provisions of aforesaid Defendants. LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS tion of the Southerly boundaryof Harrell, Mrs. Alma Outlaw,

statute. OF ACTIONTO 718 Kennedy Circle said NW'/4 of SE54 and the Mrs. Edith Melvin, Mrs.

Luther D. Raley and Eileen I. NOTICE Douglas, Georgia 31553 Easterly boundary of the right- Lavern Edwards, Lea I

Raley, sole owners. (Last Known Residence) of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. Temple, Carolyn Dyal, Dolly ,
11/74t 1128IN : EDWARDS and 301)) and run North 17 degrees Harrell, Cora Lee Stalnaker, EJecira ilo Ii
EUGENE P. his YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 25' 40" East along said Easterly Ilean Lewis, and Janice :" S
LOLA EDWARDS wife 134.42 feet to iron the ; COirOKATION OF AMEIICA
Petition for Dissolution of boundary an Pierce. They presented
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Address Unknown Marriage. has been filed againstyou stake for point of beginning. honoree with a set of heavy { j "'4N \!

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- in the above-named Court, From point of beginning thus duty cookware.
CUIT IN AND FOR ALACHUA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an and you are required to serve a described continue North 17 N 7K STEREOCONSOLE
FLORIDA. action to foreclose a mortgageon 25' 40" East said ,
COUNTY, copy of your answer or pleadingto degrees along NEW RIVER BAPTIST I
CASE NO. 74-1516 CA the following property in the Petition on the Petitioner's Easterly boundary 200 feet to an New River Church started a

DIVISION"E" Bradford County, Florida: attorney RICHARD E. iron stake located on tha ,Family Night on Wednesday,
Five ) :
The East Half of Lots ((5)
WELTY, 114 N. Walnut Street, Southerly boundary of the right- Nov. 20. It began with a U fdiFfk1II
24 of
and Seven ((7)) of Block
IN RE: The Marriage of of P.O. Box 995 Starke, Florida, of-way of a D.O.T. drainage covered dish supper in the fellowship -
Town
the
LOUELLA MAXINE SMITH Johns Addition to 32091 and file the original easement; thence South 72 hall at 7

SEEVEARS, Petitioner, and TED Starke Florida in Section 28, answer or pleading in the officeof degrees 20' 20" East along last followed by individualmeetings ji }" r 8-track player. AM/FM

SEEVEARS Respondent. Township 6 South, Range 22 the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin aforesaid Southerly boundary at 8. Leaders for the +, stereo receiver, deluxe

East as per map or plat recordedin and for Bradford County, 350 feet to an iron stake; thence different groups are: Mission i BSR record changer with

NOTICE OF SUITIN Deed Book records L, Page of 629 Bradford of the Florida, on or before December South 17 degrees 25' 40" West Friends, Anita Countryman ::1 '' 1 ( diamond stylus. Headphone

public 30, 1974. and parallel with said Easterly GA's, Joan Welch; Acteens, I and jacks, 4
THE NAME OF THE STATEOF County, Florida. Real Property at issues as boundary 150 feet to an iron Glenda Andrews; Crusaders, fV r mic/guitar ducone" audio
and speaker
has been filed
FLORIDA against you stake thence North 72 Ai
: degrees
follows: ; Rev. Jim Countryman; tr j 'r
you are required to serve a copy Lots 12 and 13, Block 1, Nat 20' 20" West and parallel with Pioneer, Larry Henry; WMU, 4._ system, matrix switch for
of written defenses, if any, 4-channel sound with addition

your
To the Respondent: Williams Subdivision, as per plat last aforesaid Southerly boun- Katherine Henry; Brother- '
TED SEEVEARS to it on RICHARD E WELTY.Plaintiff's 139.35 feet to Iron stake of 2 speakers. Pecan
thereof recorded In Plat Book 2 dary an ; hood, Baptist Men.BROOKER ,
Office, 301 Motel attorney whose at Page 67 of the public recordsof thence South 17 degrees 51'25" ,'-- finish.
address is 114 N. Walnut Street,
Starke, Florida Bradford County, Florida all West 50 feet to an iron stake;
P.O. Box) 995 Starke, Florida, thence North 72 20' 20" BAPTISTSThe -'
in NW'/4 of SW'A of Section 22, degrees
Pursuant to Chapter 49, 32091, on or before December Township 6 South Range 22 West and parallel with last a- following Pulpit Com- W18363
Florida Statutes, notice is 30, 1974, and file the original foresaid Southerly boundary mittee has been named

hereby given to TED SEEVEARSthat with the clerk of this Court either East.If you fail to do so, judgmentby 210.31 feet to POB. following the resignation 01Rev. $16988

LOUELLA MAXINE SMITH before service on Plaintiff'sattorney default will be taken against has been filed against you Jim Temple: Carl Edwards I I

SEEVEARS has filed a Petitionfor or immediately there- you for relief demanded in the Saranell M. Travis, Executrix of chairman; Carolyn LAY-AWAY NOW! j jt
default will be
Dissolution of Marriage in the after;otherwise a Petition. the Estate of L. Edd Travis, Dyal, Mary Jane Green, I

Circuit Court of the Eighth entered demanded against in the you Complaint.for the relief WITNESS my hand and seal deceased and you are requiredto Debbie Outlaw, Jean Douglas, ..... \
Judicial Circuit. serve a of written Mallene Wells, Betty Hayes, i
this 22nd day of November, copy your ELECTRIC
hand and theseal
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat WITNESS my 1974. defenses, H any to )it, on the Lavern Outlaw, Sr., J. E. r > A''' GYM
you are required to serve a of this Court on Nov. 25, plaintiff's attorney, whose name Mott, and Clinton Sellers. A ...e--''! ale < "t__ CHORD I.
1974.
copy of your Answer to the GILBERT BROWNAS and address is PIERCE & vote will be taken by membersto I

Petition on Petitioner's attorney, CLERK OF SAID COURTBy HARDY, P.A., P.O. BOX 1030, determine if the church
ZELDA J. HAWK, of the Law GILBERT BROWNAS Dorothy Moore Starke, Florida 32091 and file the would like a full-time or part- ORGAN
OF THE COURTBy
CLERK
Offices of SCHWARTZ- Deputy Clerk original with the clerk of the time pastor. ;: i
Donna M. Branson
DEARING. 901 N.W. Eighth above styled court on or before Church Schedule: Sunday

Avenue, Suite D-2, Post Office Deputy Clerk 11/28 4t 12/19 January 24 1975: otherwise a School, 9:45: ; Morning Wor- 24 Chord .

Bpx 1292, Gainesville, Florida, Judgement may be entered ship at 11; Training Union, "
32602, and file the original in the 11/2841 1219IN against you for the relief demanded 6:30: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Consoletto Model I
office of the Clerk of the Circuit CITY OF LAWTEY FLORIDA in the complaint or peti- Prayer Meeting each Wednes-

Court of the Eighth Judicial THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF INTENT TO CON- tion.WITNESS day,7:30: p m. Church Choir, 7 % Full 3 octave range, 37 treble f! I
Circuit in Gainesville, Alachua my hand and the p.m. Wednesday.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF melody section. On/Off :
County, Florida, no later than FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- SIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN seal of said Court; on November Lavern Outlaw, Sr. and the volume keys slide control. Brown I
the 9th of December, 1974 ORDINANCE ADOPTING choir have been in
day ; FORD COUNTY. 22, 1974. putting a ,. .
otherwise the allegations of the BUILDING CODES BY THE lot of work on the Christmas -- high-impact styrene cabinet '' >!

Petition will be taken as con- CIVIL ACTION CITY.OF LAWTEY.TO GILBERTS. BROWN Cantata. and base with padded cushion ,;

fessed and a Default may be CASE No.74-302 AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy All friends and relatives are b 4 organ bench. Comes with 5 I

taken against you. : Donna M. BransonAs invited to the wedding of GTR music books arranged in j 1

DATED: this 8th day of SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE ALL CITIZENS, TAX Deputy Clerk Wanda Lynn Rabon and John E-Z play system. i I
PAYERS AND OTHER IN-
November, 1974.A. COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an DuBose on Saturday, Nov. 30, '
insurance corporation, Plaintiff TERESTED PERSONS. 11/284t 12/19 at 8 p.m. at the church. :
CURTIS POWERS
Clerk of Circuit Court YOU AND EACH OF YOU NEW ARRIVALMr. 4Q88jtJ
By: Blanche M. Guynn -VS- are hereby and herewith given IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and Mrs. Charles Truettare
Clerk notice that the City Council of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Deputy the of
proud parents a
SARANELL M. TRAVIS, individually FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- I i
the City of Lawtey Florida at a '
11/144t 125NOTICE SARANELL M. FORD COUNTY baby girl, Deborah Lynn, born #8201 D i
special meeting to be held at
Nov. in Shands EachU
TRAVIS Executrix of the Estateof 20 Hospital, _
7:30: p.m in the City Hall at the ''''''''''''''- -
OF INTENTIONTO L Edd Travis,deceased, etal City of Lawtey, Florida on CIVIL ACTION Gainesville. -_ ..

REGISTER Defendant Monday December 16, 1974, CASE No.74-302 PERSONALS

NAME will consider the adoption of an Betty Hayes and daughter
FICTITIOUS ,
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY
SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE
ordinance the title of which Is as Malissa, and Mrs. Evie
follows: COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an
Pursuant to Section 86509 insurance PlaintiffVS Rogers attended Homecomingat STEREO
corporation,
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
Florida Statutes, notice is TO: Bethel Temple in Tarpon
-
CITY OF LAWTEY ADOPTINGTHE -
hereby given that the undersigned Saranell M. Travis 1236 SOUTHERN STANDARD SARANELL M. TRAVIS, Individually Springs over the weekend. HOME ENTERTAINMENT

Jerome Ewer, P. O. Laurel Lane, Gainesville, BUILDING CODE; THE SARANELL M. Prayer List: Rev. Orvil i

Box 266, Starke, Florida 32091 Georgia 30501 SOUTHERN STANDARD TRAVIS Executix of the Estateof Brookins, Amanda Lewis,

doing business under the firm YOU ARE HEREBY PLUMBING CODE; THE NATIONAL L Edd Travis, deceased etal. Bradlee COIC.BRIDESMAIDS. SYSTEM

name of "FASHION MENUCOMPANY" NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose ELECTRIC CODE; AND Defendant
LUNCHEON :
P. O. Box 266, a Mortgage on the follow- PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE _
Starke, Bradford County, ing property in Bradford County, DATE. NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Wanda Lynn Rabon enter-
tained her attendants with a White and chrome with 4 shelves.
Florida 32091, intends to register Florida: YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN etagere
said fictitious name under the A parcel of land containing NOTICE that said ordinance is luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 72" x 30-1/2" x 14-3/4". AM/FM stereo
1.447 in the NW/ 23, at the Holiday Inn, AM/FM
provisions of aforesaid statute. acres lying available for your Inspection at TO: Those with built-in tape players. Plays ,
Jerome Ewer, sole owner. OF SEY. of Section 21, Town- the office of the City Clerk, City TRI-STATE GLASS, INC. a Alachua. attendingwere FM stereo broadcasts end 8-track
Mrs. Charles DuBose
Dated this 19th day of ship 6 South, Range 22 East in Hall, lawtey Florida foreign corporation P.O. Box mother of the groom; Martha, cartridges. Slide controls, 8-track play-
1974 Starke, Bradford County, This notice if hereby given to 1764 Valdosta, Georgia, 31601 back mechanism with automatic
November, A. D. at Starke Florida, said parcel being more DuBose, sister of the groom; program
i
Florida. particularly described as follows: conform with the notice requirements Malissa Rabon, sister of the indicator lights. Jacks for headphones,

1/21 4tp 12/12 Commence at the Intersection of Chapter 166.041, YOU ARE HEREBY bride; Diane Alligood, Joann micl uitar. 2 2-way 8" "Duocone'
Florida Statutes NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
1973 requiring Raulerson and Mrs. 2G'i White cabinet. 19"
Betty speakers. vinyl x
of the
Southerly boundaryof
dose the following
fourteen ((14)) days public notice a mortgage on er L
said NW'/4 of SEVi and the prior to the adoption of such ordinance property in Bradford County, Hayes mother of the bride. 1 11" x 7" speakers.
NOTICE OF Easterly boundary of the right- by publishing such Florida: Wanda gave each of the atten- --"
NAME of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. dants a token of appreciationfor
FICTITIOUS notice in a newspaper of general A parcel of land containing r 4488-098
:301)) and run North 17 degrees circulation in Bradford County, 1.447 acres lying In the NW'/4 of being in her wedding.West .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 25' 40" East along said Easterly Rorida. SEVi of Section 21, Township 6 I

that the undersigned desiring to boundary 134.42 feet to an iron EACH AND EVERY PERSON South Range 22 East I in Starke,

engage in business under the stake for point of beginning. having any interest whatsoever Bradford County Florida, said 50 feet to an Iron stake; 88

fictitious name of ACME From point of beginning thus should appear at the time and parcel being more particularly thence North 72 degrees 20' 20" $

HARDWARE AND BUILDERS described continue North 17 place herein prescribed to be described as follows: West and parallel with last aforesaid 188
25' 40" East said
SUPPLY at 301 East Call Street, degrees along heard with respect to the adoption Commence at the Intersection Southerly boundary Ea.SDUNBClfiN .
Easterly boundary 200 feet to an ( .
Florida of this Ordinance. of the Southerly boundaryof feet to POB. H" 'f
of 210.31
in the City Starke $\''''' .tr(
iron stake located on the '
said NW'/4 of SEA and the %
been filed TRI-
intends to register the said name has against you
with the Clerk of the Circuit Southerly boundary of the right- CITY COUNCIL OF THE Easterly boundary of the right- STATE GLASS, INC. and you
of-way of a D.O.T. drainage CITY OF LAWTEY, FLA. of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. are required to serve a copy ofyou'
of Bradford County,
Court easement then South 72
;
301)) and run North 17 degree written defenses, if any to
Florida. degrees 20' 20" East along last 25' 40" East
Shuford along said
By Lucille Easterly
it, on the plaintiff attorney,
DONALD P.TOOLE
aforesaid Southerly boundary Clerk boundary 134.42 feet to an Iron whole name and address Is AM FM STEREORECEIVER
AND 350 feet to iron stake thence
an ;
stake for point of
It 11/28 beginning. PIERCE & HARDY P.A., P.O.
GEORGIA E.TOOLE South 17 degrees 25' 40" West DLAIV DINTERNATIONAL
From point of beginning thus BOX 1000. Starke, Florida 32031
2440 Brass St. and parallel with said Easterly l SYSTEM
described continue North 17 and file the original with the _.._ "'
Fla. boundary 150 feet to an Iron NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Irrterlachen
degrees 25' 40" East along said dark of the above styled courton I
stake; thence North 72 degrees REGISTER Easterly boundary 200 feet to an or before January 24, 1975: With 8-TRACK PLAYERj3988
20' 20" West and Parallel with FICTITIOUS NAME
11/21 4t 12/12 iron stake located on the otherwise a Judgement may beentered
last aforesaid Southerly boun- Southerly boundary of the
right- against for the relief
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION dary 139.36 feet to an iron stake; Pursuant to Section 8C609 of-way of a D.O.T. drainage demanded In the you complaint or' $
FOR thence South 17 degrees 51'25" Florida Statutes, notice Is easement: thence South 72 .

TAX DEED West 50 feet to an iron stake; hereby given that the undersigned degrees 20' 20" East along last petition.WITNESS hand and the
thence North 72 degrees 20 20" Joan J. Dyal, Rt. 2 Box aforesaid Southerly boundary my
seal of said Court on November
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, West and parallel with last a- 177-A Starke, Florida 32091 360 feet:to an Iron stake: thence 1974.

that A.J. Thomas the holder of foresaid Southerly boundary doing business under the firm South 17 degrees 25' 40" West 22. tkr Full size changer with dust cover.
the certificates has 210.31 feet to POB. name of "STYLES BY DYAL" 6-way
following and parallel with said Easterly
GILBERT BROWNAS speakers with 8" woofer 2" whizzer 2'
certificates for has filed against At. 2 Box 177-A Starke Florida ,
filed tad a tax been you boundary 150 feet to an Iron
CLERK OF SAID COURTBY tweeter.
deed to be issued thereon. The Saranell M. Travis, Individually 32091, intends to register said take: thence North 72 degrees Dorothy Moore Walnut-grained wood cabinetry

certificate numbers and years of and you are required to serve a fictitious name under the 20 20" West and parallel with At Deputy Clerk LAY-AWAY NOW
issuance> the description of the copy of your written defenses if provisions of aforesaid statute. last aforesaid Southerly bourn

property, and the names in any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney Joan J. Dyal, sole owner. dary 139.35 feet to an Iron stake; 11/28 4t 12/19 19.558L FOR CHRISTMAS!

which it leas( assessed are aa. whose name and ad 11/28 4t 12/19 thence South 17 degrees 51'25" ,


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'IIVRCII ACTIVITIES Senior Citizens attending were

Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman
Church of God .Sunday Mr. and Mrs Owen Anders'

School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevatt'lJrs.

11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Zettie Padgett, Mrs:

YPE and Prayer Meeting Floy Bennett and Mrs.

Saturday at 7:30: p.m. Williamson, of Macclenny,
Faith Baptist Church I".M. Herndon, Miss Arthurin

Radio Program over WPXE Blanchard, and Miss Eliza-
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday, Bible beth Terry.Mr. .

School 10 a.m. Worship Services and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of FOR RENT
Mobile
Home
11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. Graham, visited their
of Bible Doctrine Tues- ATTENTION subdivision %z acre lots $35
School parents, Mr. and Mrs Harold CLASSIFIED AD RATES mo., 3 miles from city limits 3 bedroom frame, in town Sales & Service
day 8 p.m. at Pastor's home. Eunice, last Friday evening Your Future is Nowl at M & M ROOFING AND
intersection $9,000 with terms
of Hwy 16 and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday They stopped by for short
; a
Deadline for Inllertlon Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. ROOM ADDITIONS
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. visit with Miss Elizabeth G.E.D. EXAMINATIONS will be 2 bedroom frame NEW & USED
tfchg south of
Noon
Tuesday preceding
Grace United Methodist Terry on their way home. Given Week Of December .. town. 12,800 .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Chris Wainwright, of Thursday before publication 2nd, 1974. Applications for Sewing Machines ALUMINUM & VINYL

Services H a.m. and 6:30: Gainesville, spent Sunday Minimum Charge $2.00 the Examinations must be SIDINGBLOCK
3 bedroom, 2 bath
Choir Practice 6:30 and with his (Covers 15 Words) new Vacuum Cleaners
p.m. : grandparents, Mr. made in Advance. For More house in
town. $23,600 .
United Methodist Fellowship, and Mrs. Doyle Starling. Each word over 15 Information Please Call 964- r WANTED J
10 cents Parts Repairs
,
Mr. and & CEMENT
7First Mrs. Ed Rowe 6150 Bradford-Union Area 3 bedroom brick, in

Sunday in Lent. The spent Sunday with their All Classified Ads mllst be Vocational.Technical Center, Lawley. 525,500 All Makes WORK

Communion Meditation, "In- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett paid for In advance unless .609 North Orange Street,

vasion from Outer Space." Wilkison, Sr. have an established account you Starke, Florida 32001. 11/21 WANTED: Used portable T.V. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, new Call 961-6210 .
Union Thanksgiving Service Mrs. Sets Dahmers TILE STUCCO
Mary Beasley and at Discount. house
with the Telegraph, In that 2tchg 11/28 on2 acre. $22,500 ,
will be held at First Methodist daughter, sister, and parents, event 50 cents extra charge tfchg. 444 G Starke Plaza II
Starke Mr and -------- --- AND CEILINGS
Church, Wednesday at Mrs. D.T. Lewis, of for billing. Not responsible for -- ------ -- 2 small farms. One on 211a
7 p.m. Columbus, Ga., spent the long SEWING MACHINE REPAIR
errors when given over the acres, the other on 11 acres
United Methodist Women weekend with their son-in.law when Is not All makes cleaned oiled,and WANTED Mature lady who CARPENTER WORK

met at the home of Mrs. and daughter, of Jacksonville, phone typed and or brought copy to the of- adjusted, $7. All work loves little children to work in We also have large BRING NEW I' .
Shirley Newport on Tuesday who will spend two weeks with guaranteed. James Nursery at First Baptist
acreage, mobile homes, LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard Wilkisons while she Is re- Strickland, Morgan Road and Church each Sunday morning business, and commercial
presided. Mrs. Cass gave the covering from surgery. SR-16. Ph 964-8733 or 7623189. and evening, Hchg properties .
After brief There Also scissors sharpened - -- - -
devotional. a will be a gospel sing 782.3759IOR I
business meeting, Mrs. Leo at 1 p.m. at Gospel Music fice.r $1. tfchg FRED SACKm-REAL Revive the original beauty \

Dyal presented the program, Park on Nov. 30. A barbacue FOR SALE ] - -- -- 205 N. Temple(US-301I of your rugs.home Cleaned In

which was based on Thanks- dinner will be served at 5 p m. FOR SALE: All sizes or 964.6522Nite your own A.I!'
Von Schrader
giving. There were 19 Everybody welcome. masking tape. The Office LOST AND FOUNDLOST 468-1753 dry.foam by method.No I S\I.I':: Not.'book1t'1I10 ,.

members resent. The next Mrs Charlene Mosley and Shop. muss.Nofuss. :\ 11l1I1'l. cnlelopemarker' ,

meeting will be at the church children, of Highland, spent LECITHINI VINEGAR! B6, NO IIVNTINn SIGNS: For No odor. Use the L adding nHl ,
on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Sunday afternoon with her KELP I Now all four !in one PECANS bought and sold at sale and rent sign' The same day. and t'ah i'eg. paper I ,

Highland Baptist Church parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie capsule ask for VB6+ only Starke Farmers Market. 11/14 -1 motorcycle helmet in Office Shop.STARKE All work Office Shllil.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Teston. $2.98, Mitchell's Drugs. 3t 5tchg 12/12 vacinitv of Pratt Street.
------- -- --- Reward. 964-5932. 1tp guaranteed .
ship Services 11 a.m and 7:30: Eugene Austin returned 11/28

pm. Prayer Meeting Wednes- home Sunday morning after -- --- ---- ---- REAMES HEATING SERVICE.We -- -- ---- -- -- ROOFING CO. Phone for FREE

day at 7:30.Norlhslde: surgery In Shands Hospital, knives LOST Male boxer, Heilbron For guaranteed Roofing estimate PumpsNew
FOR SALE Case
: pocket service and install all
Baptist Church Gainesville. Dewayne and gas Springs area. John Reddish, and Roofing Repair call today.

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Donald l\Iosley brought him now at Dahmers Discount. and oil appliances. Get your 964.6565, Reward. 11/28 2tp 468.1243 ....... And Used
and home. tfchg. heater cleaned now. Call 964- 12/5
ship Services 11 am. 7 Hampton, Florida
--- ---- ----
Wednes- Those attending 7730. 11/21 4tchg 12/12 -- -- 4tp SALES
p.m. Prayer Meeting "open M & M Sales & Service
-- --------- -
day, 7 p.m. house" for Mrs. Mamie Lou FOR SALE: Used Restaurant PARTS
Edwards' birthday anniversary equipment. Large selection. 964.62101 444 G Starke Plaza SERVICE
REDUCE safe and fast with
SCIIOOL NEWS at the home of her son.in- Cash register, soft serve ice Automobiles
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
A play about Thanksgiving law and daughter, Mr. and cream, etc. Call 376-2336, "water pills" ANDREWS Used

was presented last week by Mrs. Drew Reddish, of Starke, Gainesville. 11/14 4tp 12/4 PHARMACY, 356 W. CAL'S and PLUMBING Plumbing Supplies
Repair Construction.
Mrs. Sexton and Mrs. Tatum'sthird on Sunday afternoon were -- -- -- --- Davidson
Starke. 11/14
Madison 4tp
All work done
grade class. The stu- Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Mrs. FOR SALE 1958 Ford truck, by Licensed SERVICE
FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER 12/6 Plumber. Phone 964-6\.17.\) EXPERT
dents and several parents Wilma Wainwright, Mrs. lake lot $5.000, 5 BR, 2 bath ---- ------- automatic $150. Middle green 10-24-74 16tp 11675. Mobile Home Park
then enjoyed a traditional Shirley Newport and Miss home $27,500, 3 BR home house on SR-325, Hampton. ON ALL MAKES
Thanksgiving dinner pre' Arthurine Blanchard.Mrs. WANTED: Will care for children In City Limits
$9.000, 13 acres with pond & Hp PHONE 964-7061
pared by the cafeteria staff. W.S. Crews, of Jacksonville in my home. Call 9648515.
63 acres near Raiford $1.350 - --- -
The fourth and fifth grades came Friday morning an acre. Ray Powell Broker.Ph. 1tp $30 Per Moo

participated in a sports day for a visit with her 496.3033 or 496-3861. -- ---- -- --- FOR SALE 1973 Ford Courier. BRASINGTONIII.I.ACOI.USIO Durrance

with Starke Elementary on mother-In-law, l\lrs. Pierce tfchg HOUSE PAINTING Interior- HL. Gaskins 7823124. lip ('.\ : 8t LESALES&SERVICE Walk To New ,
Crews. Mrs Crews went home PUMP Be SUPPLY CO.864N.
and The
Monday Tuesday. -- --- -- -- : Shopping Center
- -- -- --- Exterior,
hourly or by con-
girls played a softball game with her First class 'bleSl'll'l'UOII or Used Cars TEMPLE AVE
tract. Water
Gas & Sewer
workmanship City
and the boys played volley- l\lr. and !\Irs. Joseph FOR SALE: 6 by 9 Linoleum Call Lonnie FOR SALE 1969 Ford F.100 Taken Oil Cadillac Trades
guaranteed.
ball. Physical education stu- Starling were dinner guests of $3,98,9by 12 Linoleum$7. 8. 'pick-up. 8' style bed, 360 V8.
Roberts, weekdays 431-1768 20111( N.W. 13th ::17K.5:1U1: On 301 South
dent leaders for last week their aunt, Mrs. Vernard Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 1 in Reduced to 1000. Ph. 473- .
after 5, anytime on weekends. (; AINESVILLEINSURANCE: :
were: Charles Brown, fifth Hughes and family, of stock. Hundreds to 'choose 11/284tchg 12/19 3363 or 473.3362. 1t Jolu Motel Wen Drilling
Melrose. The occasion for from Dahmers -- -
grade: Phillip Lee, fourth was at Discount. - -
-- -- --- ---- -
grade; and Steve Marshall, her mother, Mrs. JimNewsom's tfchg ... ..... 964-8810 F. Roy
birthday anniver.sary -- -- ---
third grade. BOOKKEEPER experienced ,
Drilling Equipment
All of her children were FOR SALE REgistered Angus double entry. Excellent .re' I' HOUSES FOR SALE AT REDUCED RATES

PERSONALS there. cows. Heifers and bull calves. ferences. Available for part For -
AUTO FIRE, BOAT
The names of Mr and Mrs. Dianna and Nickie !\linsey, JB. White. Phone 964-6114 time employment. Call 964- .....

Coleman Phillips and son, Mr. of 'ayetteville. N.C. are or 961-8775. tfchg N ,.,7509. :1/,28,3tchg .1.1.12"/ J.. DOYlE E. CONNERINSURANCE Long Champ 2" Thru 6" Wells

and Mrs. -Bill 'Gaskins and spending a month with their - -- -, -'- --- ---- FOR homes AGENCY Call Us For
) SALE Two mobile
and Lois Carter grandparents! and Mrs. Home and
family, Mrs. FOR SALE Extra large gas SAWS SHARPENED work and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 iCHG Your Water System Needs

were attended left the out Family of those Reunion who Ben Mr.!\IcCulley.and l\lrs. J.F. Robertson heater, all automatic. In perfect guaranteed. Call 964.7509 or ,. model; ; One-3 bedroom 1972 Building Materials I

honoring Miss Debbie visited Mrs. J.G. North condition. $60. 9648633.1tp leave ilt dckson Building \/hite model.i Cash 1 or financed. J.B. $ SAVE $ -WE BUILD 9ti47DStD
: 964-6114ifchg
Phillips, of Macclenny, at who has just returned home Supply, Shuke or Keystone _
--- -- -- -- Pump &
Lake Butler on Nov. 17. We from Riverside Hospital, Heights. Ifchg.ALCOHOLICS YOUR PLANS OR OURS
GARAGE SALE 1011 W. FRED DAVIS
also SupplyDevelolJers
Jacksonville. They
regret this omission. ,FOR SALE OR RENT: 1973 YOUR LOT OR OURS
Mr and Mrs. J.F. Robertson visited their children while Madison, 2 CL 125 Honda 1 Champion Trailer 12 x 50, 2 GMC TRUCKS Of
Mni bike, bikes & misc. 1tp ANONYMOUS FREE ESTIMATES
there. PONTIAC
BUICK
visited Mrs. Virginia BA. For information Call 782-
-- --- -- -- 964-5148. 10/3/ Under Ground Water
North in Riverside Hospital, Mr. and l\lrs. Chuck Moore 964-7959 or 3627. lip "A LITTLE RIDE CAN REMODELING REPAIRS

Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. and Bob, of Lake City were FOR SALE Wooded lake 13tp. 12/26 - -- --- SAVE YOU A LOT" TF 864 N. Temple Ave
dinner of their Grandin 70 - - -- ADDITIONS
and Mrs. Earl Teston Sunday guests front lots Lake. x GREEN COVE SPRINGS' Starke Fla.

and family attended the foot- parents, Mr and !\Irs. Fred 200 $8900, terms arranged.P.O. PAUL C. NUGENT, JR electri- FOR. SALE 1969 12 x 60 HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
Box 17001, Jacksonville 2 1 bath Sales 8 Service TFN
ball game In Starke Friday Moore. cal contractor, commercial unfurnished, BR TRADED
night. l\lr. and l\lrs. Waldo 32216. 11/28 2tp 12/5 front raised kitchen, 2 window
of Worthington and residential wiring. Ph. We /now have a fulltime appliance ACREAGE FOR SALE
Mrs. Horace Cox spent Pringle -- - ---- AIC, central heat, living room
Thursday with her mother, Springs, spent Thursday FOR SALE Snapper riding 4681406._ 11/21 4tp 1212WATSON'S & bedroom carpeted. $3,500. repairman for all. your 964-6853 : AUCTION !
------ -- need
Mrs. P.L. Dinkins. afternoon with their sister, lawn mower & 550 Suzuki Call 2825938. lipBRICK repair
!\Irs. Pierce Crews. model. 964. --- -- -- -- HWY 301 S. STARKE Tf
Scott Davies son-in-law of motorcycle 1974 When?
Call Badcocks ...,..- -....-...
Mr. and !\Irs. Johnny --- -
Mr and Mrs. Ben McCulley, 6867. Hp HOUSE OF VACUUMS
left for the Navy Base at Aguiar, of Jacksonville, were -- -- --- -- I 964.5289JIMMY Public Auction Every

Pensacola, on Monday, where guests of their brother and FOR SALE 3 yr old mare. Many brands of new vacuums. NEED YOUR ATTIC Fri Night At 7:00:
.in-law l\lr. and Mrs. 3 BR. 1 1/2 Bath L.R. Dine
he will be stationed for some sister Gentle & ideal for pleasure Used machines available. GARAGE OR SPARE
time. When he locates a place Truman Norman Sunday riding. Also runs barrels. Expert Repairs all makes. Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of Where?

to live, he will come after his afternoon.Mrs. Reasonable. Call 964-8822 Parts and Accessories for all town. MOORE'S ROOM EMPTIED?

wife who is with her parents, Fred l\Iorre and Mrs. after 5 p.m or contact Shelia vacuums. Built in central TMg Call The BALDWIN AUCTION
Mr and Mrs. McCulley.Mr. Mamie Lou Edwards, of Forsyth. ltpRUMMAGE vacuum cleaning systems. 712 George Roberts Real Estate Sun Sports

and Mrs. H.C. Harley, Starke, were luncheon guests ---- --- -- N. Main Gainesville 376.7110.TF 964-7826 or 964.6593 MORE BOAT FOR JUNK MAN MART

of Bushnell, spent the weekend of her daughter, Mrs. Rex SALE Sat Nov YOUR MONEY TF 255 u. S. 90 W.

with their brother, Willis Mixon of Jacksonville on 30, 10 to 2, 625 E. Brownlee. He Will Haul It
- - - Baldwin Fla
A.J.Thomas, Realtor STARKE PH 964'5791 ,
Starling, at Baldwin and Wednesday.Mr. Clothes for everyone lamps
visited with their son-In-law and !\Irs. Les McClellan men's new uniforms, Misc.Itp 621 N. Walnut St. Away Free! Also Open Dally 10 00 5 00

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. Jim Cross Tel 964-6162 COMPLETE OUTBOARD Be
Call 468.1543 For Dally Saieay'aII
Wayne Massey and family, attended the 60th Wedding An- - -- -- - MotorCYCles STERN DRIVE SERVICE
.
for Mrs. t ] Frame duplex in City, well maintained
and their son and daughter-in- niversary party AND REPAIR AFTER 6:00: P.M. Come
law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley Cross' parents Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE 38 Snub nose two bedrooms 1 bath COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

and family. While here they Jesse lIendricks at their home Revolvers $49.95, 22 hand each apartment, paved streets
REPAIR
on Sunday $19,95, 357 school. Price .15,000.00. -- -- -
attended the funeral of the in Jacksonville guns from near .
aunt, Mrs. Janie Johns, of afternoon. Many of their llllagnum $115.00. Dahmers STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 2fJ1 Owner will finance half of purchase CUSTOM'' BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING
Jacksonville, on Monday. friends and relatives called Discount tfchg N. Temple Ave. Ph. 9646020, price. BOATS OliNS MOBILE HOME SALES

Miss Sandy Dobbs and Miss. between the hours of 3 and 5. -- -- - dealer Your authorized HODAKA HWY 100 w_ PH. 964-5606 ; :..,.,6 "r

Marjorie Denman of Melrose, They received many lovely YAMAHA and Conrad guitars, dchg.----- New homes outside City, paved ------ .;;i: .i&J1l

and their escorts, Wayne gifts. Cake and punch were layaway now for Xmas at -- street, 3 bedrooms, with all Cash 8. Carry Tires (-\l:\ (

Gustafson and James Leland, served to the guests.PRINTING. Dahmers Discount. tfchg. modern conveniences. Down
of Green Cove were payments 412 E. CAll FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEAR
Springs and monthly
---- -- -- --- payment
SUnday dinner guests of Mrs. .... r FOR RENT ] very reasonable. TIRES IN OL.IN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

Nanette Hughes, of Melrose. ; FOR SALE 1 electrolux PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF
Ii'
Mr and Mrs. Greg Dyal and vacuum cleaner with power 3 Bedroom 1 Bath frame residence FRONT END

son, of Warner Robbins, Ga., nozzle and anachment. Uke.. in City, close In and very &

spent the weekend with their new 1974. model. Young FOR RENT 12' wide mobile quiet. Price $17,500.00. Buyer BRAKE SERVICE

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirby Co., 119 N. Walnut St., homes outside city limits J,B. arranges finances.
Dyal, LeoneUe, and grand- /I: ,1t7'! Ph. 9648787. 1tchg. White. Ph. 964 6114. If no 964-5800

mother Mrs. ,Sumpter Mrs. Lomie Harley Mosley.and -- -- -- -- --- answer call 964 8775. .tfchg. Large and small acreage tracts. QUALITY TIRES & YOUNG
Mrs. Elva Reddish attended FOR SALE: Used solid body - - See me fa terms. SERVICE FOR lESS

the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Gibson guitar with Gibson FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur' TFN Vacuum Cleaners

Janie Johns, of Jacksonville, amplifier at Dahmers fished apt. Ph. 964-5065 or ..... J Used Machines 1000 Up"
on Monday DIscount. tfchg. 9645142. Hp LILLIAN C. PEARSON
Mrs. Darlene Norman was s9 .-- -- --- --- REALTOR
J ---------- New & Rebuilt Kirby
hostess for a birthday party FOR SALE: Midget Burger Drive Phone (anytimeI782-3806 1975 BEETLES

honoring her sons Kenneth Inn Hwy 90 W.. downtown FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom house, ComingSoonJ Expert Repair Service All Makes

and Kevin, on their 5th birth- llllacclenny. Reasonable down 835 Parker Street. 9647066. 3 BR, 1 bath brick home with (Some '74',.ft)
day Saturday afternoon. After 1tp & Models
payment terms available. family room on appx. 1 acre -
refresh- --------- --
opening their gifts, Owner will finance. Owned Lawtey $27.000. 117 N. Walnut 964.8787 Starke Fla,
ments were served to the 20 and operated by Paul Crews FOR RENT BRADFORD

guests who attended. fa 10 vears. Ph. 259.6104Macclenny VILLAGE APTS. Modern Two 2 BR houses on lovely cor- .

Wayne Gustafson and Miss Fla. 11/7 4tp furnished, A/C 1 BR, walk.in ner lots some furniture. Very
Sandy Dobbs attended the StationeryJust 11/28 closet enclosed patio, off for both .
neat. Total price
Blue Angel Air Show at Naval street parking 315 W. Wash- CARDIN BROS.Specializing
Air Sathon In Jacksonville on for You slttttslttetittitttttttittt..eltttt. ington St. Ph. 9648601. 18700. .

Saturday, Nov. 16. ltchgFOR
Mrs..Elsie Norman was a 3 BR 1 % beth furnished double'
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Sunday overnight guest of her We design social MISCELLANEOUS wide mobile home on 1 acre with vnua In

mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling, with the x RENT: Mobile home 3 fiR, access to Spring Lake. Complete SEPTIC, TANK INSTALLATION AND
In Jacksonville. \ T stationery expando LR, water furnished.Rd. hookup for another MH HEAVY EQUIPMENT
held 100 W. Ph. 964-8797ltp
Special services were careful atten- 13660.
same
Sunday morning at First Bap- MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also' -----------_

tist Church for "Senlor don we give to mobile home huulcane anchoring FOR RENT: 12 x 50, 2 bedroom Call us.We have more. PHONE 984.8750

Citizens" of the church. our business or- and mobile home roof furnished mobile home, 3 ''fl16

Patriotic hymns were sung coating. Olin's MOBILE Home miles S. of Starke on 301. CECELIA T.TERWILLEGAR

and the message was on ders. Come see. Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. .125 per me Ph.' 9645944. Associate P. o. :d28 STARKE FLA.

"Patriotism." After the ser. Starke FI!. tfchg tchg Phone 964-5145 47 N1Y ]3tASt.
vice, dinner served In the Bradford Printers
was - - ------------
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Mark's ATI.OMiltltlDGi GOSPKLSIMJ:. :. ': Williams Named To Retirement Committee Still Legal To Butcher

There will be a gospel sing, I
episcopal at Long Bridge Baptis i t Representative Frank term legislator. ities by Williams for the upcoming plan to do. Being a part of the
Churchhurch Church on Saturday Dec. 7, al t Williams, D-Slarke, has !been: "Waste)ul spending in year. (House leadership will greatly At Home In Some CasesIt
7 p.m. Everyone is invited tr i appointed vice chairman for government tax reform and "I told the people when enhance my ability to speak
.nd But Blr. attend. the committee on Retirement cutting burocralic red tape" elected that I would work for out for the folks at home"
THE RF.ViJOHN: J.ckoon M. LYNN' Personnel and Claims by lire listed as three top prior- them and that's exactly what I said Williams. isn't against the law to be sold, however since meat
RECTOR House Speaker Don Tucker. butcher a hog in your own for sale must be slaughteredunder
OUITUARIES Williams was informed of backyard that is, providingit inspected and approved
the leadership position duringthe W. T. Smith, 75 Lawtey City Commissioner doesn't create a sanitary conditions.
Wednesday, November 27th \1975-78! organizational ses nuisance, and the meat is for
:3:30: p.m. Brownie Troop. sion. his home where he lived Wooster Ohio use only on your own dinner
Richardson 16
Walter T. (Pete) Smith ;
Thursday, ThanksgivingDay J.G.Cnldwell 75-
"I'm certainly proud to be apart alone.A and table.
grandchildren, 15
great-
ioK:() ) a.m. Holy of the leadership team year-old member of the resident of Lawtey for the grandchildren. This is one of the traditional ifa Old Itfnest
Eucharist.: James Glover Caldwell, 77, and I'm looking forward to the Lawtey City Commission ten he born in "rights" still remaining for
Sunday December 1st of 2213 Raiford Road, Starke, 1975-76 sessions with great\ died Monday morning, Nov. past Wooster years Ohio was Funeral services will be residents of rural areas but '
17,
1311\ !()a.m. Holy Eucharist: ; 9:45: died Saturday Nov 23. Bornin (expectations," said the secondChildren's 25,following at heart attack at 181\I.! \> He was a retired on April farmer held at 2 p.m. Friday in Jones in more urban areas the W ii -yIINr -
a.m. Church School; 11:00: Marion County, he had livedin and construction worker, and Memorial Chapel Starke, question of slaughtering
a.m. Holy Eucharist the Bradford County area completing his first termon with Kev. E. C. Harvey con might run into conflict with
Monday December 2nd for about 45 years, and was CommitteeThe was the Lawtey Commission. ducting. Interment will be in zoning regulations. But unless r.rMrx jlk j// I
4':.JO( Brownie the Lawtey Cemetery. healthare
p.m. Troop > employed at the Florida State Surviving! are three sons, conditions hazardous to
(hU4.() Prison for 30 years. December meeting of shop for retarded citizens in .......... evident, the slaughteringis
Paul F. Smith of Burbank, ................... '
Tuesday, December 3rd -- Surviving are his wife, Lila the Bradford County Child the area. Ohio; Arthur R. Smith, legal according to a / i
::1 t :m( p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. Mack Caldwell,of Starke; five ren's Committee to be held at All interested persons in Somerville, Mass.; and Milo FOR SALE: Notebooks, spokesman for the Environmental -
K14, 7:30: p.m. Vestry Meeting. daughters, !Mrs. A.W. Anderson St.Mark's Church, Bradford and Union Countiesare Smith, Lawtey; one daughter, Memo pads envelopes Health Branch, Public "The world doesn't owe anybody -
Wednesday, December 4th Jr.. Ventura, Calif.; Mrs. at 12 Noon) Monday, Dec 2, urged to be present. !Mrs. Doris I. Crabtree of markers adding machineand Health Division, Jacksonville. anything it was here
:$::30! p.m. Brownie Troop. Lila It. Yawn, Starke; Mrs. will !be given over principallyto Luncheon will be served at a Starke; one sister,Mrs. Sylvia cash! reg paper The Meat from animals first."
W.H. Edwards III, Starke; discussion leading towardthe nominal. cost. Office Shop slaughtered at home cannot
Mrs. !JI.A. Carcia, Camarillo, formation of an Associa L .
dtp4topine Calif.; and Mrs J.N. Belche, tion for Retarded Children in
] Norfolk, Va.; 17 grandchildren Bradford County.Representatives, The Bradford Co. TelegraphWILL
,and one great-grandchild. \ from the Thomas Oil Company
CRvpcQ Memorial services were Division of Retardation and
held at 10 a.m. Tuesday Nov. from the Alachua County Association SELL
2ti, in the First Presbyterian for Retarded
Sunday Baptist Men'sBreakfast Church, with burial followingat Citizens will be present to ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO 603 S. Walnut Kerosene 964-6246
and Meeting, 7:30: Oklawaha Bridge Church assist with organizational pro
a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45: ; Cemetery near, Lynn Fla. cedures.
Morning Church Worship at 11 The establishment of an Association APPEARING IN THE PAPER (Next Door To Hardee's) And Fuel Oil
o'clock; Training I'for Retarded Children -
1:15;: ; Evening Worship at 7:30: in Bradford County could
pm. Delia Hawaii open up the possibility of the 4 Ply Polyester WW.H18x14 .
Cost 2.25 Each
Monday.Week of Prayer formation a sheltered work- $
Program. Executive Board in
Charge 9:30: a.m. Girls' Mrs. Delia Hagan. !1/2./ of
Ensemble, 6:30: ; Youth Choir Starke, died Wednesday. Nov. C
and Deacons !Meeting, 7 211, in Alachua General Hospital U.S 301 N. STARKE, FLA.INDEPENDENT '
o'clock. after a brief illness She & S&W MUFFLER SHOPS $2329
Tuesday Ida Darby was born in Melrose on August
Group in charge of Week of 13. 111112. and was a member of DEALER
Prayer Program, 11:00: A the Hampton Christian
Covered Dish Luncheon at Church. She was the widow of
noon honoring all past presidents John W. Hagan.Surviving =1
; Junior Choir, 3:20.Wednesdayfamily: is one son,John L, --
Night Hagan, of Starke; and two G 18x15 H78x15
Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School sisters Mrs. A.O. Andreu and To All Prices
Workers !Meeting, R.A., 12-14 Miss Hannah Swindell, both of MUFFLERS BRAKES
vr Acteens, World Friends, Starke STARTERS SHOCK'S $2244 Add F.E.T. Plus $2396Sales
Mission Friends, G,A., 6:30: ; Funeral services were held
Lottie Moon Group in Chargeof iit 11 a.m Saturday at the GENERATORS PH. 964.5677 ELECTRIC Tax
Week of Prayer Program graveside in Hope Cemetery. ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS;
during "Hour of Power," Theressa. with Rev Ben
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice Bryant olficiating DeWitt C.
: Jones Funeral Home was in
8:15.Thursday-Week of Prayer charge of arrangements.

Program, Helen Masters .
Group in Charge, 9:30: ; Visitation y.y
7 p.m.Friday o. W. AlvarezOscar
Lorena Epperson
Group in Charge of Week of
w : ,
Prayer Program, 9:30.: \V Alvarez, of Jacksonville a :

died Friday Nov. 22, --
-Ben Bryant, Pastor after a lengthy illness. He was z's, as 3
born in Starke and had lived in ::
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\ears, where he was a retired
Card Of' Thanks .
barber, and a member of

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Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
CARD OF THANKSWe Nancy S. Alvarez and four j

grandchileren. He was an
are sincerely grateful to uncle of :Mrs. H.C Brown of ,
friends and neighbors for their Starke. "
many kind acts of sympathy Funeral services were held
during our sad bereavement. at 11 am. Monday at the
Our appreciation cannot be graveside in Crosby Lake
adequately expressed. Cemetery. Krauss Funeral Bradford ,County Telegraph 1
Home of Jacksonville was in i
The Family of charge of arrangements.
Mary L. Scoggins


CommunityNews. Presents : A Special








I ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER Chris may Shopping: '



KKOUMKTKOOI1:. 1 :No.. :I r>2 hers were added to the
Brownie Troop 352 w ill meet church. Six of these were bap
Monday at t 3:30: at RJE School. tized and rest were reinstated \ )
All Brownies are expectedto 1111'mbt'rs.Tlw Reverend C H
be present and get ready tor Hoval of the Victory Baptist : ( Editiona
Holiday activities planned by church of Philadelphia servedas { rv; fl):
the Leaders The cooperationof Evangelist from! !November; ..
the parents is needed for the \1122.] Each: time he came hh" > .
success of the troop. Also forward with the message the :
other persons who are willing congregation was lifted higherin
to give volunteered service. t the spirit !Many people Dee 5 1974.
came Irom nearby communities
('!lll11ES: : to w itness in the present of ,: .
Sew Hope Kjptist {Church the Spirit. This meeting will \- -iv' I
Hey L. W Mosely. pastor. \\m remembered b.v many lor I :
Service will begin with Sunday years to come. !:fJ t
School atU\ a m.. morning The month( November:; ,rL X ... Our Shopping Edition Precedes
service at \11] a.m., afternoon climaxes four years ol service Na.LN 'Np L NorL
service at 4 p.m. Visitorsare rendered l by Rev Leroy Dais '
always welcome.Bethlehem as!'! pastor. The pastor and his \ The Annual Christmas Parade &
Freewill Baptist family witnessed( a wonderful
Church Kev Jasper IlIIl1i\l-rsary. from! members
Williams pastor; service of the church und community Merchants Auction Dec.
schedule! as follows: Revival I The pastor and the members
Color I Available
For This I Issue
is still in progress; Kev Levy of this church are grat'lullor
Lennon preached Monday the cooperation of every one
night. The Tiny Tots Choir will throughout the communityand
sing. Tuesday night Rev invite everyone to come
LeroyDavis preached. and Worship with us at any
Wednesday night the Senior time. The Spirit Welcome
Choir sang. Wednesday night will always greet you at the
Kev Duncans of LateyiIl :New; Bethel Baptist Church.
preach the Junior Choir will Saturday at 4 pm. Bible Call 964.6305 So that we may Provide you
sing. Thursday night Rev. (Classandprajer Meeting will r
Daniel Bright will deliver the be held Church School w ill beheld
message. The Tiny Tots will at 10 a.m. At 3 p.m the with your Best Promotion ever. Our Deadlinefor
sing. Friday night there will pastor and congregation will
be a triple Choir anniversary. render service at Philadelphia l
All community Choirs are Baptist Church in Lawtey this Special Edition will Be Monday 10 P.M. ''
invited to attend. Eb'nl'ln Baptist Church
Saturday night at 6 p.m. Rev Leroy Davis: The
monthly Sunday School pastor's anniversary will
Teachers conference will beheld begin Wednesday night.
At 7 p.m. the annual Sunday services will begin
Board meeting will be held. with Church School at 9:43.:
All church members are Morning service at 11 a.m.
asked! to be present. Serviceswill The anniversary services will
begin Sunday with Church terminate Sunday at 3 pm. You Need To Promote Now 1 -
School at 9:30: morning which terminates services for y
service at 11 a.m. Dinner will the day.
be served at 12:30.: Evening Ort'atl'rlIen Chapel
service at 6 p.m. A.M.K.: Church Kev It. G.
:Mt. l'lsgahI.E.: Church. Heastie, pastor, Service
Rev. B. J. Franklin pastor; schedule as follows: Prayer To Get:: Your Share Of
Sunday services will begin Meeting( and Class !Meeting
with Church School at 10 a.m. combined started services for r+
Communion service at l It l a.m. the week Tuesday night.
At 4 p.m. Communion service Friday night, Lovefeast.
will be continued.New Sunday morning church
: Bethel Baptist Church. school at 10 a.m. Communion The Business -
corner Florida and Keller service will be held at 11 a.m. -
Street, Rev. Leroy Davis. At 3:30: Communion service
pastor The month of ...will be continued. All memo
November is one to be bers are invited to attend
remembered. Sixteen memo services for spiritual strength.



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BIAS To Host Milton For Region Playoff



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Milton High School will visit off Allen a lot. problems for us in the fact pounds, is big and strong. He 177 pounds, and John Masters for us because he is a very knock heads, according to the meets Aburndale. This will be I I
Starke Friday night to take on "Milton runs from the short that they are so big and our is not fat and slow but quick 153 pounds, are quick andtough. physical player and is going to scouting report. the teams BITS has a possibi-
the Bradford High gridders slot, which is not very com- offensive linemen are going to and tough, according to the Both play off tackle be hard to handle one on one," "We have three movies on lity of playing next week. In
for the Region 1 championship mon around here and they have to do an exceptional job scouting report. well.\ says Hurse. Milton and they look tough in Region 3 Tampa Jesuit visits
after both teams took have perfected it," says of blocking because of their Tackles Richard Johnstonand Linebackers Calvin Walker, Another threat of the Pan- all three of them," says Coach Venus and Region 4 Belle
District titles during the Coach Hurse. "They have size," says Hurse. Russell Mezick, both 250 fi'l and 212 pounds, and Mike thers is monster man Jack Hurse. Glade Central goes to Holly-
season, as the state football given many people problemswith Milton's defensive down pounds, are both tough and Barnes, 170 pounds, are quick Bonner, 150 pounds. lie is a Three other region games i wood Chaminade.
play-offs begin. it." men average 185 pounds each. strong and break blocks good. and plays real well. "Walkeris tough man, comes up on plays will played Friday night. In
Milton will be the biggest "Milton is going to present Noseman Doug Winslow, 236 Defensive ends Eddie Brand, j going to present a problem like a freight; train and he will Region two Ocala Forest
team that BHS has faced this CagersTo
year, especially the defensive
front. The Panthers have an 8- BRADFORD
2 record for the season, the % CDUryTr
two losses to 4A schools, Pen- Meet
sacola High 15.14 and tIrapl, rt
Tallahassee Godby 129. Brad- Sp 0 s I

ford's only loss was to Gaines- UnionSaturday
ville Buchholz in a 23-0 shut
down, the second game of the Page. .....m..... 19711O0

season. .
This is the first time BUS
has been in the state playoffs
since 1965. The Tornadoes Bradford High Cagers will
have never lost a playoff Tigers Face face local rival Union High
game. Both times BHS went this Saturday night, Dec. 7, in
into the playoffs in 1964-65 the Starke opening the 1974 BUS
teams won the state cham- 4 Basketball season with two
pionship. returning lettermen on the
Milton has six players on the First Fri. team.
team that went to the state Play-Off BHS will go into the game
playoffs two years ago when -7L without the services: of Donnie
the Panthers were knockedout Sewell, Sheldon Hodge, David
in the final game. LAKE BUTLER Union tackles a game.Freeman David Brannen. Brannen McMillian, and James'
"Milton is the biggest team High will host Crescent City in White captainsand doesn't have that many Aldridge who are still playing
we have faced this year. They Lake Butler Friday night at 8 calls the signals for the tackles under his belt but football in state playoffs.The .
are very big and aggressive, p.m. for the Class 2A Region Tiger defense. He has gotten Coach Jones attributes that to junior varsity game is
says Head Bradford Coach One football playoff after the about 145 tackles and assists his 6'4 214 pound size and the to start at 6:30: and the varsity
David Hurse. "Offensivelythey Tigers ended a perfect 10-0 this year to lead the Tigers in fact that teams don't like to game at 8 p.m. at the Brad--
like to run the ball rightat record this season. that category. "He is our run at him. ford High gymnasium.
you, but we are used to this This is the first time either Curtis on defense," said Hazen has come to "We have had a group of
type of attack and we realizeour ; team has been in the state Jones. be"Dannr steady quarterbackfor young people practicing for
defense will have to be on playoffs and the first time Playing on the front defensefor us and he is probably the about three weeks. They have
its toes to stop the Milton Union High has had a perfect Union are Seddrick most improved player on the been working real hard and I
Matt(Hull Prevail for 15 North Marlon in the last regular
gelathisJimmy against
running attack." pass yards record. Union is ranked Warren, Doug Barnett, and team," says Coach Jones. am looking for a real fine
Milton's leading rusher is season game. number two in the state and effort Saturday night" says
Paul Wesley, who totaled 813 Crescent City has been ranked ---.- .-. ... -- Head Basketball Coach Mike
yards in 137 carries for the seventh. : Sexton.In .
regular season. He is also the "They (CC) have a lot of \ t. : 7r the original schedule BHS
team's leading scorer with Whips ability. Any team that is in the r. ,. was to face Eastside Friday
nine touchdowns and two Bradford playoffs is as good or better night, but that is impossible
extra point conversions under than you or they wouldn't be t since Sexton coaches the
his belt. He is the strongest there," says Head Tiger <. ; wi. .-'.. defensive line on the football\
back BHS has faced this year, Coach Jack Jones. "The team team.
according to a BHS scouting that makes the fewest mis- Expected to see action
report. NM28-0 To Land takes and makes the breaks Saturday night for BHS is

Panther quarterback Tom will win." Elva Hampton, Wayne Berry
Jones summed it up with 'wneya4 Willis Berry, Daryl Moody.
Dorsey, 170 pounds,is a strong
quarterback, an excellent football\ slang "Who wants the rp + Alfred Ross, Reggie Green.
leader- win most." Robert Best, and Jay Godwin.
and has good
ship runner qualities, according to Berth In PlayoffsBradford The Tigers will be going into Hampton and Berry are the
the scouting report. Running- the game with an offense that two returning lettermen.
has crushed most of its opponents Willis Berry. Daryl Moody.
back Mike Ledet, 160 pounds .. Sr
this year and a Alfred Ross and Robert Best
back BHS has
is the quickest and is High Gridders put late in the first quarter after a BHS was in front 70. defense that has held its opponents are all juniors up from the JV
this
faced a good
I year a 28-0 whipping on North 40 yard punt return by James The BHS kick was down at to less than an Godwin is a sophomore and
to
pass receiver according slot Marion last Wednesday night Aldridge and a short drive by the NM 34 yard line and the average of two points per Green is a senior."I .
I I I the report. Playing position to land a berth in the Class 3A the Tornado offense for the Colts had another chance to game. Seven of the UC games am expecting another
for Milton is Harold
i state playoffs to start Decemscore.. move the ball. In three plays were shut outs. good basketball\ season we
I Neely, 176 pounds. Alternate her 6 in Starke. BHS got the ball at the 27 NM had moved eight yards to Union's main weapon is have set our goals high and we
fullback Kirk Dorsey is theteam's This is the second shutout in yard line of North Mariona the 42 yard line before pun senior runningback Curtis Sir- want to be number one in
second leading rusher after the return. On third ting. Aldridge again had a Beaver DeSue falls over the goal line for a BUS touchdownlast : "
row for the Tornadoes after mones who has racked up an everything, says Coach
with a total of 432 yards in 82 rolling 34-0 over Eastside last down sophomore quarterbackweek. good return for 40 yards just impressive 1,800 yards this Wednesday night against North Marion. Sexton.

carries.. Now BHS faces Milton Jimmy Prevatt hit Matt Hull one tackler from a touchdownto season averaging about seven
Milton's offensive line aver High School for the Regional for 15 yards in the air to put give BHS the ball at the NM yards per attempt. This total -
ages 186 pounds per lineman.At playoff at 8 p.m. tomorrow the ball at the 13 yard line with 25 yard line.Hcddish was held down due to the fact
center is 209 Don Caldwell. night on Bradford Field. a first down. Then leading got a quick seven Sirmones sat out a lot, letting Thomas Oil Company
Caldwell is big and strong and rusher Tommy Reddish broke yards up the middle on first second and third string
an excellent blocker, accord- BUS almost completely loose over right tackle for 10 down then three on the next players take over.
ing to the report. dominated the game, shutting yards just short of a first play for a first down at the 14 "I think we have a chance of
the North Marion offense down at the five yard line. yard line the last play in the winning but it is a matter of 603 S. Walnut $$161086116Next
Guards Gary Whitfield 169 down to 104 yards total offense first quarter. how much we want to win," 964.6246
pounds and Rian McGuire while racking up 194 yards on On second down Reddish Reddish broke loose for Jones.
says
195 pounds,are both quick and the ground and 54 yards in the busted up the middle for four eight yards over right tackle The Tigers have other ( Door To Hardee's) And Fuel Oil
aggressive. Both like to hit air. The. .Colts. .. were forced to yards and a first_ down" a halfpunt down to the six yard line witha running talents like Lorenzo
according to the report. eight times. yard from the goal line, men third down. Then Prevatt Griffin Luke Smith and Andy
Tackle Les Allen 205 pounds This win put the Tornadoes Reddish squeezed throughat tried a run around right end Howard all\ three getting 4PlyPolyesUrW.W.
is real big and strong. Left 9-1 in regular season play, right tackle again for the but was stopped for a loss of about seven yards a carry.
tackle Richard Johnston, 177 the loss to Buchholz 230. The score with 3:23: left in the first three yards back out to the Griffin and Smith have just
pounds, is real quick and Colts are 3-6-1 tor the season. period. Jimmy Prevatt's nine yard line. started peeking at the end of H78x14
aggressive. The offense runs Bradford's first score came extra point kick was good and On fourth down Prevatt hit the season according to C

Jimmy Clark with a short Jones. "This is taking some of '$2329
pass and Clark fell about a the pressure off Sirmones.
foot from the goal line. Enabling these runners to
Prevatt scored the next playon get good yardage is the frontline
a keeper. Prevatt's kick by any means one of the
was good and BUS was in toughest in the area. The five
front 14-0 with 10:16: left in the linemen are seniors. Richard
l first half. Walmsley, a two year starterat
North Marion got the ball at center is the offense cap- G78x15 78x15
the 44 yard line and j tot seven tain. Playing to the right of To All Prices

(See Page 12)) him is guard Andy Raulerson,
$2944 Add F.E.T. Plus $2396Sales
220 pounds and Danny Pearson
M411 wt4 etu.e.paewsA 225 pounds. These two
have been giving us steady Tax
play all year. On the left side
M&S TEXACO of the line is Jerry Dukes and a of ,
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Craig Shad. f"" :"' oIt. -It 4 ''''"- .J.., : '--, JL. J' -"' \

I "Shad is not big but he has .
been blocking big people all Stalling's Corner
231 Temple 964.8100 year and I have a lot of ,\\\f
We Specialize in ServiceCome respect for the little rascal" :
said Jones. "The line has r OASIS LOUNGE
By & See been the key to our offense.
They have moved people out '
so we could work the wishbone :\', U. S. 301 N. Of Waldo
Stan Cotney or Eddie Douglas. . ," commented Jones. J"
Crescent City's offense is Exclusive Dealer For
led by runningback Terry .
GRAND OPENING SPECIALSOil Browning. A sophomore, Personalized Labels,
Browning has rushed for over
100 yards per game this Order Dec. 10
& Grease season and is dangerous any y By
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GOSI>KIS1There :\(. CommitteeRepresentative Still To Butcher
St. Mark's \'r I.un;.; BIt111GR: Williams Named To Retirement Legal

will be a gospel 1 singat I
episcoou Long Bridge Baptist (Frank term legislator.; dies by Williams for the up- plan to do. Being u part of the In Some CasesIt

Church on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Williams, D-Slarke, has been "Wasteful spending in coming year. House leadership will spew At Home
Church 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to appointed vice chairman for government; tax reform, and "I 1 told the people when enhance my ability to
attend. the committee Retirement cutting burocratic red tape"? elected that I would work for out for the folks at home,"
Church end East J.ck.on Street. Personnel and Claims by are listed as three top prior- Ihentand that'sexaetly what I said Williams. isn't against the law to be sold, however, since meat
be slaughteredunder
sale must
THE RF.VUOHNM. ht-VNN. butcher a hog in your own for
Don Tucker.
House! Speaker
RECTOR backyard that is, providingit inspected and approved
informed of
OBITUARIES the Williams leadership was position during W. T. Smith, 75 Lawtey City Commissioner doesn't create a sanitary is for conditions
the meat
and
nuisance,
Wednesday, November 27th the 1975-76 organizational ses
:3:30:; p.m. Brownie Troop. his home, where he lived Richardson,Wooster, Ohio; 16 use only on your own dinner
Thursday, ThanksgivingDay J. G. Caldwell sion."I'm certainly proud to be apart year-old Walter T.member(Pete) Smith of ,the 75- alone.A grandchildren, and 15 great- table.This is one of the traditional 1he Old 1&nwtW
10:00: a.m. Holy of the leadership team resident of Lawtey for the grandchildren for
Eucharist. Caldwell 77, and I'm looking forward to the Lawtey City Commission, he born in "rights" still remaining
( James Glover died Monday] morning, Nov. past ten years, was Funeral services will be residents of rural areas but
Sunday, December 1st of 2213 Haiford Road Starke, 1975-76 sessions" with great 25, following at heart attack at Wooster, Ohio on April 17, held at 2 p.m. Friday in Jones in more urban areas, the uv jliN'tN
11 I 30a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:43: died Saturday Nov. 23. Born expectations, said \the sl'l'ondChildrell's IB'.K!!). lie was a retired farmer Memorial Chapel, Starke, of slaughteringmight
question
a.m. Church School; 11:00a : in Marion] County, he had: lived And construction worker, and with Rev. E. C. Harvey con- run into conflict with
m. Holy Eucharist. in the Bradford County area was completing his first termon ducting. Interment will be in zoning regulations. But unless
Committee / YMI"The
Monday December 2nd for about 43 years, and was the Lawtey Commission. the Lawtey Cemetery. conditions hazardous to health
4 :30 p.m. Brownie Troop N/). employed at the Florida State Surviving are three sons,
(04.( % Prison for 30 years. The December meeting of shop for retarded citizens in Paul F Smith of Burbank, ............................. are evident, ,according the slaughteringis to a
legal
Tuesday, December 3rd -- Surviving are his wife, Lila the Bradford County Child the area. Ohio; Arthur R. Smith, FOR for the Environ-
:3 :Ill)p.m. Girl Scout Troop No. Mack] Caldwell,of Starke; five ren's Committee, to be held at All interested persons in Somerville, Mass.; and Milo Memo SALE: Notebooks, mental spokesman Health Branch, Public world doesn't
Meeting.] A.W. Anderson St.Mark's Church, Bradford and Union Countiesare Smith, daughter, pads, envelopes, owe any
1\14\ ; 7:30p.m.:: Vestry daughters, Mrs. Episcopal Lawtey; one Division, Jacksonville
markers, Health It
Wednesday, December!: 4th Jr.. Ventura, Calif.; Mrs. &it 12 Noon Monday, Dec. 2. urged to be present. !Mrs. Doris I. Crabtree, of adding machine Meat from animals body anything was here
"
.1:30:: p.m. Brownie Troop. Lila II. Yawn, Starke; Mrs. will be given over principallyto Luncheon will be served at a Starke; one sisler.Mrs. Sylvia Office and cash reg. paper. The slaughtered at home cannot first.
nominal cost. Shop
""' .11. Edwards III, Starke; discussion leading toward
Mrs. (M.A.. Carcia, Camarillo, the formation of an Association -
Calif.: and Mrs. J.N, Bolche, for Retarded Children. in
Mari. capi6 c { Norfolk: Va.; 17 grandchildren Bradford County.H'presentalives. The Bradford Co. TelegraphWILL Thomas Oil
,and one great-grandchild. from the Company
CQ Q Memorial services were Division of Retardation and SELL
'. held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. from the Alachua County Association -
26, in the First Presbyterian for Retarded Kerosene
Sunday Baptist Men's] Church, with burial followingat 'itizens will be present to ANY TELEGRAPH NEWS PHOTO 603 S. Walnut 964-6246
Breakfast and Meeting, 7:30:: Oklawaha Bridge ChurchCemetery assist with organizational pro
a.m.: Sunday School, 9:45:: ; near; Lynn (<'la. cedures.
Morning Worship at 11 The establishment of an As- APPEARING IN THE PAPER (Next Door To Hardee's) And Fuel Oil

o'clock; Church Training sociation for Retarded Child-

6:15: ; Evening Worship at 7:30: ren in Bradford County could 4 Ply PolesterW.W.
Delia Hawaii of the -'
p.m. open up the possibility Cost 52.25 Each
Monday Week of Prayer tormation. a sheltered work-
Program, Executive Board in H 78 X 14
Charge, !9:30: a.m. Girls' Mrs.] Delia lIa ga n, 1(2( of C
6:30 Youth Choir Starke died Wednesday. Nov.:
Ensemble : : '
and Deacons Meeting, 7 :20! in Alachua General Hospital U.S 301 N. STARKE, FLA.MUFFLERS $2329G
o'clock after a brief illness. She S & W MUFFLER SHOPS

Tuesday Ida Darby was born in Melrose on August
Group in charge of Week of IS. 1882. and was a member of INDEPENDENT DEALER

Prayer Program, 11 :Oil( A the Hampton Christian
Covered Dish Luncheon at Church. She was the widow of I1 =
noon honoring all past presi- John W. Hagan. ; J
dents; Junior Choir, 3:20.:: Surviving is one son John L. H78x15
Wednesday Family Night Hagan.!! of Starke; and two To All Prices
Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday School sisters Mrs.] A.O. Andreu and W
Workers Meeting U.A., 12-14 Miss] Hannah Swindell, both of BRAKES $2244 Add F.E.T. Plus $2396Sales
yr Acteens, World (Friends, Starke.Funeral. STARTERS SHOCK'SGENERATORS
Mission Friends, G.A., 6:30: : servil'ese..e. heldat PH. 964-5677 ElECTRlr Tax
Lottie Moon Group in Chargeof 11 a.m. Saturday at the
Week of Prayer Program graveside in Hope Cemetery, ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS

during "Hour of Power," Theressa, with Hev. Ben
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice Bryant officiating. DeWitt C.
: Jones (Funeral Home was in
8:15.Thursday -Week of Prayer charge of arrangements.
Program Helen Masters]
Group in Charge\ ::30; Visita-

tion, 7 p.m.Friday O.W.Alvarez
Lorena (Epperson
Group in Charge of Week of
Prayer Program, 9:30.: Oscar W. Alvarez, of Jacksonville -
,died Friday Nov.: 22
-Ben Bryant, Pastor after a lengthy illness. He was
born in Starke and had lived in
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sears where he was a retired
|m Cud Of Thanks barber, and a member ofSt.l1ary's

i Episcopal Church.
f&WKXfffXtffffffffffffCARD; ::::::::::: :::::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::
Surviving are his wife. :Mrs.]
OF THANKSWe Nancy: S. Alvarez and four
grandchileren. He was an
are sincerely grateful to uncle of :Mrs. II.C. Brown of
friends and neighbors for their Starke.
many kind acts of sympathy (Funeral services were held
during our sad bereavement.Our at 11 a.m Monday at the
appreciation cannot be graveside in Crosby Lake Bradford
adequately expressed Cemetery. Krauss Funeral ,County Telegraph

Home of Jacksonville was in
The Family of charge of arrangements.
Mary Scoggins


CommunityNews. Presents : R Special









ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKERliium.MKTitooi1 Chris tin as Shopping:



: I : ;NO..; ::12! : hers I were added to the
80nil.'. Troop 352 will meet church. Six of thl'sel're baptized 0 '
:Monday] at:3:30:: at RJESchool. and rest were reinstated :: i ) --
members.The Reverend C. 11. : 1th'-
All Brownies are expected : Edition 1-
to be present and get ready lor Royal of the Victory Baptist .1:.: ;,V .JA -... (( i i0 ;
Holiday activities planned by church Philadelphia servedas ---0 I --.-' ) T Y ;> ,
i'umgl'llstlrom: ;November; fo' "
the Leaders. The cooperationof i..iJ.-/T; 7 : '
the parents is needed for the 11-22. Each time he came 'Ii.
success ot the troop. Also forward with the message the 4..r.'X. x.JI.Z! '\ ;

other persons who are willing congregation was lifted higherin !
to give volunteered service. I the spirit. :Many people D ec 5 1974'N
came I rom neaib.v communities

mi'itmKS: : t to w itl1l'sS in the present. of /r !9 :
the This will \\
New Hope Baptist, Church. Spirit. meeting '
Hl'L.. W. :Mosely. pastor. be remembered by many forl'a..s 1.\= ", : ; T"-< '
A'1.: .:.:
Service will begin with Sunday .\ to come. + c.......... '" rfj' \ Edition Precedes
School at 10 a.m.. morning The month of ;November; : .. 0'0.. .. .. ; Our Shopping
Al NO.L
service at 11 a m., afternoon climaxes lour years of service Nof. NoaL Na.. NO.-.... .
service at 4 p.m. Visitorsare rendered by Rev Leroy Davisas : a"
The Annual Christmas Parade &
always welcome. pastor.! The pastor and his > \
8'thll'hl'l1ill. KuplistCliiirch l family witnessed wonderful
Kev. Jasper anniversary. Irom membersof
Merchants Auction
Dec. 7
Williams pastor service the church and communityThe
schedule as follows: Revivalis pastor! and the membersof Color I Available For This I Issue
still in progress; Rev. Levy this church are grall'fullor
Lennon preached :Monday the cooperation of every one
night. The Tiny Tols Choir w ill throughout the communityand
sing. Tuesday night Kev. invite everyone to come
Leroy Davis preached. and Worship with us al any
Wednesday night the Senior time. The Spirit of Welcomewill
Choir sang. Wednesday night always) greet you at the
Rev Duncans of Law ley will ;New; Bethel Baptist Church.
preach the Junior Choir will Saturday at 4 p.m. Bible Call 964-6305 So that we may Provide you

sing. Thursday night Rev. Class and prayer Meeting will
Daniel Bright will deliver the be held. Church School will be
message. The Tiny Tots will held at 10 a.m.t 3 p.m. the with your Best Promotion ever. Our Deadlinefor

sing. Friday( night there will pastor and congregation wall

be All a community triple Choir anniversary.Choirs are render Baptist service Church at in Philadelphia Law ley.Kbonezer this Special Edition will Be Monday 10 P.M. .

invited to attend. Baptist Church.Rev .
Saturday night at 6 p.m. Leroy Davis: The
monthly Sunday School pastor's anniversary will .
Teachers conference will be begin Wednesday night. ,
held. At 7 p.m. the annual Sunday services will begin IJ
)
Board meeting will be held. with Church School at !9:45.: ; 9\
All church members are :Morning service at 11 a.m.
asked to be!: present. Serviceswill The anniversary services will
begin Sunday with Church terminate Sunday at 3 p m. You Need To Promote Now .
School at 9:30: morning which terminates services for
service at 11 a.m. Dinner will the day.
be served at 12:30.: Evening ( r<<,atl'rl1f'n Chapel
A..M.E.: : Church. Rev. R. G.
service at 6 p.m.
:Ml. Plsgah A.M.E.: Church Heastie. pastor; Service
Rev. B, J. Franklin, pastor; schedule as follows: Prayer To Get Your Share Of
Sunday services will begin :Meeting! and Class Meeting +
r
with Church School at 10 a.m. combined started services for
Communion service at 11 1 a.m. the week Tuesday night.Friday .
At 4 p.m. Communion service night. Lovefeast.
will be continued.New Sunday morning, church
school at 10 Communion The Business
: Bethel<< Baptist Church. a.m.
corner Florida and Keller service will be held at 11 a.m. .

Street, Rev. Leroy Davis, At 5:30: Communion service
pastor. The month of ...will be continued. All memo
November is one to be bers are invited to attend
remembered. Sixteen mem services spiritual strength.



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