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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CodesBROOKER New BuildingsRevenue


The Town

Council of Brooker adoptedthe -

Southern Standard -. -- --- STARKE Exhibitingtdissatisfaction
building codes as the ones to
be used for future building with
'Y"
construction within the limitsof present new school

) the municipality : Q. Sharing buildings the Bradford

Chairman Carl Edwards, in School Board voted 4-1

recommending Monday night Monday night to ask
adoption of) the codes, said the
competitive bids for a new
cost to Brooker would amount Funds Cut
to $782 per year to be paid to May architect to work on the
the Bradford County Zoning upcoming 1974-75 building

Board for administration program to total some $1
expenses and inspection of million.

buildings during construction.. CountiesBradford
To offset this cost the city Cripple The move came Monday

would be refunded the price of night when Supt. Jim

building permits issued in Temple presented the
Brooker. The refunds wouldbe 1 and other Florida The Department of Community board with educational
made by the county zoning counties may be hart by a 25 Affairs said the
for
{ specifications addition
board for building permitssold Ma pc cent cut in state revenue overall cut to Florida counties .
within the city limits. sharing funds during the would range from $66 to $50 to Starke Elementary,

current budget year becauseof million dollars. The trust Southside Elementary,
Building inspections duringthe t the economic decline, State fund from which paymentsare Bradford Middle School,
course of construction will tM 4
F Community Affairs Department made, receives
11 moneySee and Bradford
AJaq School
Iligh
be handled the
through county M officials announced last
zoning office, by a per week ( Page 16)) It will be the "new" board's

manently employed building Bradford County Clerk of first building project since

inspector. the Court G,S. Brown receiveda the three new members,
The codes adopted at the iJ letter from the department VoTechBuying Arthur Gaskins, J.T.
meeting Monday night,
recently predicting a cut of
December 9, provides for the Parrish, and Mrs. Pat
around
l0per cent in state
specifications for buildings, [ revenue sharing funds. The Spengler were seated.
plumbing, gas and electric installations -
and are the same November payment, however The dump Morgan move
was slashed to $5,519 which
came with a unanimous vote
as the codes the previously earlier would represent about a 36 percent however, with Chairman
adopted by county
cut from the October Rodney Hall and Board
this year Parade watchers lined the streets Saturday us the Pine parade drew the biggest crowd In years. Pine Level won payment of 8763. Member Art

The council unanimously Level Baptist Church float passed through the intersection of second place in the iloat competition. Bradford County received Faulted for it. Gaskins Holliday made voting the

agreed to call for bids on Walnut and Call Streets in Starke The annual Christmas $109.170.9B in state revenue motion and Parrish gave the
mile of
approximately one sharing funds during the 1973- second .
after discussion
streets within the STARKE An audit lengthy : -
city. Speci-
74 budget year, with monthly to the with Sup! Temple and
fications presented Monday night
agreed at
Monday's meeting call upon for a 20 Christmas Parade Dratvs Large Croivd payments averaging around Bradford County School Board Attorney Gene Shaw
$9,000. Architect
foot limerock base compactedto Board shows that Vo-tech Don Morgan,

a thickness of four inches. ''It.was.the biggest crowd w Ve ever had" said John atop .a VW decorated like a--;\t *tyvburrji-, l by .the .t1niorWoman"ii the."If rate they keep 1lf the paying October us at: Director William Is'in violation E. "Bill"of present present for board the architect entire'discussion was "- .

The base will be covered withan Myers of the Chamber of Commerce after Saturday's annual Club., payment, it looks like we will\ Dampier\ .
18 foot black top surface of Christmas parade which hundreds lined to watch. A tremendous crowd lined downtown streets some half an Florida Statutes by pur-
city be short about $35,000 to "Is this the time select
4''A inches thick hour before the parade started at 10:30: a.m, The colorful and chasing school needs from two we" a
St.Edwards Catholic Church first the Bradford Band marched in the $40,000 in the current budget in which he is an board architect Parrish
In other matters at Monday's won prize among 32 precise High Marching Brown said. "That will companies
asked when
meeting, the council: entries with a huge float with boys riding camels carryingout parade. Afterward the band played several numbers in an year and officer. Temple presentedthe
really cripple our budget, educational
-Changed the date of the the Christmas theme for the $65 first prize.. Perennial impromptu session at the request of the Merchants The audit of internal ac- specifications
will have to start
we trimming !for the
winner Pine Level Baptist Church took second place this Association It is the first time in years the band has per counts prepared by Ac- new buildings.
regular monthly meetings to somewhere the
amending "The board has
be held on tKe. second Tuesday year with a paper napkin house, children sitting in front witha formed downtown, other than in a parade, and the BUS budget later in the year.It countant Neil Tucker lists an architect
of each month beginning in Christmas tree, and got the second prize of$45 cash. musicians drew a crowd. Dampier as president of Parts replied Temple who
January. Previous meetings Brownie Troop 25 won third place and $25 cash. Howe'sHobbies Judges for the parade were Attorney George Pierce, In addition to state revenue Service Co. of Starke and vice- last year recommended

of the council have been held won fourth place and $15. Freeman Register III, and Mayor Charles Schaefer. sharing funds, Bradford president of Dampier Enterprises changing architects but wasoverruled
the second of each First honorable mention went to a classy Bradford County "We woulu like to thank all the people for taking time and received $155,260 in Federal Inc. l by the "old" school
on Monday
month. Each regular monthly strawberry, really pretty Strawberry Queen Latain Herres effort to participate," says Chamber Manager John Myers. revenue sharing funds last No amount of purchaseswas board in a rare reversal with asuperintendent's
will year, for a total of $264,098 listed in the audit. recommendation -
meeting begin at 7:30: .
from both sources. There has The statute cited by the
p.m.Mayor been no announcement in a audit states: "No officer or "Well, it's not particularlyan

Councilman Roy C. Carroll L. Atkinson and Board Rescinds Previous Approval'Of cut in Federal funds Brown employee of a state agency or board architect" Gaskins appointed staled by this

said. county, city or other political
were appointed as a special
subdivision of the state Morgan said he signed a
committee to look into the
business his contract with the "old" school
transact any in
possibility of procuring some board to design the four 1974-

office equipment to be placedin Hi School Lunch Room LawteyTo official business capacity entity of which with he any is 75 projects. But the architect

the old Brooker depot Project an officer, director, agent or added, he knew the contract
building which is to be used could be broken if the present
member or in which he owns a
later hall and
as a municipal board wished to do so. The
meeting place for the council. STARKE In a 4-1 vote present food service programdo One board member said the which would force more Adopt controlling interest. cited contract is a "moot point,"
Another statute
-Authorized the erection of Monday night, the Bradford exist, the new board board is leaning toward students to eat in the school out conflict of is interestin Temple stated, "if you express
two signs! to identify the School Board rescinded its members questioned the closing the BUS campus, cafeteria. spelling the which your desire not to work
situation
in
"BROOKER COMMUNITY to project on several grounds.Mrs. with him (Morgan),"
previous approval request a Bl1ildingStandards Dampier is purchasing items
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CENTER" and the Spengler pointed out that
$53,268 federally subsidized "I'd like to see us hire a new
half from the two companies
the
"BROOKER CITY HALL. over project requestwas "
project touted to turn cafe- for administration Another criticism of the architect, Gaskins said
terias at Bradford High and citinga "I'm basing this on my obser-
rnvatw. iatislearvaw.axmit.wrn ylx" $16.000 administrator and a audit states that vocationalfees
;-. :::--:::':::I:ii. "" -'tZ the Vo-Tech Center into fast $450 per month secretary, plus have been transferred to vation There of !followed past buildings.
food a lengthy
2Jhr2Iaimi < inrrt. service operations. other equipment. Parrish said LAWTEY The City the General Fund in violationof discussion
about the
!
j [ S he didn't how will hold school board policy. properway
Application for the $47,118 in see a temporary Commission a to change architects. Viaa
; federal funds, with some building at the vo-tech center, special meeting Monday, Dec The audit goes on to state conference with Attorney
$6.000 to come from local to house a building trades 16, at t 7:30: p.m. for the purposeof that fees are not to be used to Shaw and Sup! Temple it was
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..S'...'.:." j ; sources for the food service class to help in the project, adopting a building code purchase equipment. decided the proper method
II oil! :i r:"-, :.:.,. .t' II! project was initially approvedin could be built for the $6,000 in which must be in effect by The school board will havean would be to call for competitive -
the
I 2 early November by the the project. January 1 if the town is to opportunity to react to bids from architecturalfirms.
; .:: '. "old" school board. At that for state audit information in a special
"J can't how remain eligible
'" just see we can The board will again go
:t.: .". meeting newly elected board sharing funds. meeting called to discuss
revenue
,t. : build a Hardee's for $53,000, through interviews with different -
_.-..;" --, I-..: members Arthur Gaskins, J. Parrish saId. Board members The code will be ad- policy Dec. 16 from 5pm. architectural firms
) < i T. Parrish, and Mrs Pat questioned that high school ministered by the Bradford until 7 p.m. and after dinner at discuss buildings and rates of "-

Bradford Co. Hospital hpengler though not then students would use the facilityonce County Zoning Board at a cost 8 p.m. commission under the state's

Auxiliary officially seated voiced it was installed. of $1,462 per year. Receipts Professional NegotiationsAct.
*: Christmas Tea criticism of the project. The board did agree it needsa from building permits wili .

8a.m4-3p.m.. Monday night Mrs. Spengler way to increase participation defray all or most of this cost. Chiles' Aide Under the attorney's guidance
Hospital Conference in the high school food On advice of its attorney, the board
decided
moved to rescind the previous Dcputv John I>"lph Reddish!
Room action and the three new service program which now \infill!, arc contractin0: : ; tu -to yard; ( w but are posing/ Gene Shaw the Commissionwill Due Dec. 19 against a vote of no confidencein
serves less than 500 of the also declare that a Morgan, instead voting to
2 members were joined by with the biggest stolen property recovery ever made by the
SouthsideElementary Board Member Art Holliday. 1.125 member student body at Bradford County Sheriff's Department. vacancy exists in the Group 4 Bradford County residents call for a new architect
J. PTA BUS each Students would commission seat due to the
Chairman Rodney Hall voted day. problems with Morgan stated that if the
J Tues., Dec. 17 against rescinding the rather leave the campus to go death of incumbent Pete feral government agenciescan board voted no confidence in
7:30p.m. action. uptown to eat, it was pointedout. Smith. Although Smith died him, he wouldn't attempt to
I Cafetorium ,: previous While agreeing that Bull Dozer RecoveredBy before the Lawtey election on present their of U.S.cases Senator to a work with the board. "I would
representative
----- problems of nonparticipationof Supt.! Temple pointed out December 3, his name lose my effectiveness as an
Lawton Chiles ,
I Semi-Final ) high school students in the the priorities of the project remained on the ballot, and he December 19, in on Starke.Thursday architect," Morgan stated.
J Grid playoff could be changed so the direc Sheriff's DepartmentBradford received the highest numberof
Frl.night, 8 p.m. ; tor would be a member of the votes for the seat due to Bo Johnson, Senator Chiles'North The board indicated dis-
,. Woman Caught the Con- Florida district satisfaction with Morgan's
BHSFORESTBooster present school staff at no support by Lawtey
Sheriff'sDepartment visible to the machine
County's damage assistant, will be available for and
cerned Citizens Committee. heating airconditioningsystem
I Stadium additional salary. Food
made its when recovered. lie did
largest say face-to-face and telephonevisits.
and withMorgan's
Ocala With Drugs Service Director Betty The committee's support was designs
dollar value recovery ever the dozer had apparently beenin to Smith because of his From 8:30: to 10:30: a.m. ability to follow
Brannen said the had given
J sPE iA'I: project last Thursday when the heavy operation over the he will be in the County and solve
STARKE A visitor from been approved by the state department found stolen. opposition to the proposed through post con-
a $40,000 period since it was Commission ConferenceRoom
School Board I South Florida at the Florida with some suggested changes. bulldozer stolen three months water system which is also struction problems. It was
Meeting Set I State Prison was arrested She was holding the project The bulldozer was stolen opposed by the committee. No. 129 at the Court pointed out that the middle
Mon., Dec. 16 Sunday afternoon and application until those ago. Sept. 22 from the Chesser and With the deceased Smith House on North Temple school HVAC system still does

I charged with possession of changes could be made. Deputy John Dempsey Strickland\ Sand Co of elected, the committee would Street. The telephone numberis not function properly after

$ On New Buildings amphetamines.Shirley !Mrs. Brannen pointed out reports the 1971 Caterpillar D- Hollister at the worksite have the opportunity to enter 9645512. four years. The board has
I Sue Smith, 25, who the federal money is going 5 represents the largest dollar southeast of Starke. Since the its own candidate in the According to Sen. Chiles, recently employed a local
) Christmas Play I gave Winter Haven addressto somewhere if Bradford value item ever recovered by theft the company's insurancehas special election. Johnson will be able to assist heating and air-conditioning

Church of God arresting officers was County doesn't use it. Vo-Tech the department. paid off the claim for the Bids on the water system constituents with problems firm. George Brown Inc., to

422 N. St. Clair I charged with possession of Director Bill Dampier pointedout Arrests were pending dozer, but the company may will be opened at 2 p.m. dealing with social security, carry on with the middle

f Frl.. Dec. 20,7:30: II drugs after 60 'capsules of the kitchen equipment Tuesday. in the theft. Exact choose to return the insurance Tuesday,Jan. 14 It Is doubtful medicare and medicaid, school problem.
Public Invited amphetamines were found in purchased under the project location of the vehicle when money in favor of the that a special election will be veterans benefits, internal At Monday night's; meetingthe

I her possession while on a visitto would: still be here" after the found was not released by theSheriff' recovered equipment. A held prior to that date due to revenue, disability com- board also voted l to withhold -
I c- .r the prison Sunday. project is over. Department. The tractor-trailer rig was the need for advertising, pensation and in general with payment of $:IlIun from :

; ( Community I Chief Deputy Robert Greenof "We do have a problem, bulldozer was found "borrowed" during the nightto preparation of ballots, and all federal agencies where Triest Construction! for I"
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I the Bradford County we're subsidizing the food somewhere in Bradford haul the big cat away. A other details. communications and problems that still exists in f

I &tatr hank Sheriffs Department said the service program $50,000-plus. County Dempsey said the slight brush with another City Clerk Lucile Shuford assistance has broken down. Phase 3 of the now high; 14ChI1111"lImpl..x i

I prison visitor was placed That I concerns me very investigation is continuingand vehicle on SR-18 gave the said that registration books Chiles initiated this con Problem mentioned ,

I Account Now.Imurm Up under arrest and held in the much" Chairman Rodney some arrests are expected Sheriff's Department a hint of will reopen on December 12, stituent service in October t were an inoperable I
, To MO,000. I jail bond of Hall the sub- the direction the dozer was and said Johnson will be firm alarm ttytitcin. air i-ixuli-
y ___ .__ county on __ $750 said meaning but will close again as soon as .
., bonda sidy comes out of the board'soperating taken. The truck was returnedthe the date of the election is regularly visiting in a numberof tinning Ihl'rnUIKlntIChil'h 1 1C

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TELEGRAPH December 12,1971

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J Honored During Past At WeekMiss f Aeqiai'1; h ]



Wanda Lynn Rabon Wlooly/ Joci.tyiIor, 964-7608

was honored with a ..... -
miscellaneous shower on I
Monday, Nov. 18. in the Honored On '
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler
Recreation Hall of the UDC Christmas Jaycee Auxiliary
Brooker Baptist Church. DUE TO TIlE RESTRICTION l
Hostesses for he evening were OF THE PRESS; WE Luncheon Held Christmas PartyThe 52nd Wedding- Anniversary
Mesdames Alma Outlaw Lea ARE UNABLE: TO RUN the couple's eight children, I''
Temple Jean Douglas. :MORE COPY THIS \\EEK.LL At Holiday Inn Jaycee Wives Auxiliaryheld Mrs. Bessie Paulas of Starke,
Carolyn Dyal Doris Kelly, .\ WEDDIiGSND: their annual Christmas Mrs Lola Williamson of
r Dolly Harrell, Rose :Mott, SOCIAL ITE ISiOT: APPEARING party Saturday night at Hampton. Minn.; Evelyn
Lavern Edwards and Carol : THIS WEEK The annual UDC Christmas Trader Jack's Restaurant in Tyler. Cecil David, James
Lee Jones W ILL RUN" IN NEXT WEEKS luncheon was held Wednesday Lake City. and Lamar Tyler all of
ISSUE. ,Dec. 4, at the Holiday The dinner was enjoyed by aAal Lawtey. and Dan Tyler of
Inn with !Mrs. G.J. :McGnff, the seven members and their Anniston. Ala. and their
The hall was decorated in ic-.R 7rs Sr.. !Mrs. L.F. Dinkins Mrs. husbands, followed by an families. 18 grandchildren r','
yellow, bronze and white with Lex Green and Mrs. H. L. exchange of Christmas gifts. and eignt great: grandchildren [
white, linen cloths on the gift Speer as hostesses.The and several friends i
table and refreshment table. DuBose-Rabon including :Mrs. Lizzie Clark. '
Yellow and bronze mums tables held garlands of Joy Sunday School Mr and Mrs. Bill Hewitt and
arrangements were used on Wedding PartyEntertained greenery interspersed with HeldThe children. :Mrs Jean Bell and
Class
the punch table and aroundthe poinsettias and the head table Party Gordon Collins of Jackson
/ crystal punch bowl. The was centered with a silver ville Mr and !Mrs. Fulton
bride's table, covered with a bowl containing red and silver Joy Sunday school classof Mallard. :Mr and Mrs. Larry
Volunteers linen cloth held the bride's balls and flanked by silver the First Baptist Church, White and children of Archer,
Teenage Decorate Tree :Mr. and Mrs. Charles
book, kept by Mrs. Rose Mott. DuBose honored their son, candelabra with red tapers with Mrs." Eva Anderson and Mr and Mrs. Raymond
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Lovely corsages were and velvet bows. The mantlewas teacher, met with Mrs. T. B. Hargrove of Anniston. Ala.
At Bradford County Hospital presented to the honoree, her John L. DuBose and his centered with a miniature Harding Monday.
mother, Mrs. Betty Hayes, fiancee. :Miss Wanda Lynn Christmas tree balanced by Following the regular Country Club
F>endge;;! Volunteers <>i Lisa: Ekard. Linda Settles. and the prospective groom's Rabon. and the wedding partyat silver candlesticks with red meeting the members took N r
'hi jriiord Count Hospital' Ellen George. Debt Bryant, mother Mrs.Charles DuBose. a rehearsal dinner on candles tied with red velvet Christmas gifts to the patientsin Plans PartyStarke
Ire met Tuesday Kathy Taylor. Teresa Hobbs The honoree received many Friday night in the Fellowship bows and silver tinsel the convalescent home.
.' ,nu! at the Bradford Teresa Spivey. :Nancy: useful gifts, among them a Hall of the Brooker Baptist streamers. The serving tables Golf and Country
1 inn. Hospital to decorate Hildreth Angie Bryant and set of Club Aluminum from Church. held garlands of poinsettias Dl'PLlC.\TEBRIDGE Mr. and :Mrs Walter Alvin Club will hold their Christmas
< 'instmas tree and lobby Pam Tucker. Not shown are the hostesses. Dinner was served buffet and tinsel and red and white CLUB RESULTS Tyler were honored with a party at 7 p.m. on December
v "i in are 'deft to nghtl t Anita Green, Tracy Kelly, style to the -guests.. candy cane souveniers. Winning couples at family get-together and 18.All
Kathy Starling and Cindy ------ Tokens of appreciation for Duplicate Bridge Tuesday dinner at their home on Craw- members and their
being in the wedding were families are invited to attend
Williams night were T.A. Sundem and ford road on Thanksgiving
SouthsidePTAElementary Miss Rabon entertained her given to the attendants.The Mrs ElzieSanders and Mrs Mrs. James Minesmger. and day honoring the couple's 52nd and bring a covered dish. The
., .., attendants with a luncheon on rehearsal immediately Johnn Barrett presented a Mrs. S.W Hamilton and :Mrs wedding anniversary. meat will be furnished. Santa
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uuth..de followed the dinner program of Christmas carols. Claus ill be there to greet the
'. Saturday at the Holiday Inn in Joe Day The 61 guests included all of
p v II meet Tuesday Dec. Nancy Causey children.WOODBURN'S .
Alachua.
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to p m in the"school .d -
slum Weds Mr. AubreyMr Enjoying the occasion with
the hostess was ner motner.
:Mrs Betty Hayes, the
W. F.Cooleys : and Mrs W C Causey prospective groom's mother. SRLE
announce the marriage of :Mrs Charles DuBose, and
50th AnniversarySet their daughter. :Nancy: attendants. :Mrs. Joann
Katrina. to Robert Aubrey.Jr. Raulerson. :Mrs Diane CONTINUES
son of :Mr and Mrs :Miss Martha
For Alligood.
Sunday Robert Aubrey. Sr. of Edjna. DuBose and Miss :Malissa
Minn Rabon sister of the bride. DAILY
\' ...nd Mrs W F "Happy" Rev. Don Denton of Ocala
each GEM
Rabon
:Miss presented JEWELRY
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<"- of Kingsley Lake will performed the
ceremony
.. attendant with a small gift asa
'rjte their 30th Wedding Tuesday. Dec 10. at 8 p.m. at token of her appreciation.
in. .rr> Sunday. Dec 15. the home of the bride's
i i rw:eption in the First parents in Theressa in the
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1 i iMcin Church Fellowship presence of the immediate
i/i I..iX' families Miss Rabon was honored BUY. .
,
mends are invited to The couple will reside in
with a lingerie shower on
>' d between two and four
<'k :Minnesota :Monday, :Nov; 25, at the At Cost!
Brooker Baptist Church 1

Holiday Tea Birthday Party Lane Fellowship Hostesses Temple Hall.were, the Charlene:Misses I I o Below Cost!

At Hospital ForRhonda BryantRhonda :Melvin Rhonda Harrell.

Kathy Jones, Mrs. JoAnn Below
Bradford County Kimberly Bryant, Raulerson. :Mrs. Debbie
.. ,0.vi1 \tL'Clhan..111 hold its daughter; of :Mr and :Mrs Roy Outlaw and Mrs Donna
"n hristmas tea f"rlday. E Bryant celebrated her Tolleson. .------ WholesaleCost
.. ; t rom Bam to3pm second birthday with a party The party room was y v
ht- hospital conference for the family on Thanksgiving decorated jellow with white
'f day. following a Thanksgiving linen cloths on the refresh !
,, ted to attend will be theu dinner at the home of ment and gift tables. Yellow
'<11 staff. doctors. her grandparents. Mr and mums and white daisies BUY HOW WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS! EVERYTHING
GOES REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
,-piial, Board, minister :Mrs R F Bryant completed the decorations.
'tij-'siHh Department per. Out-of-town visitors were, Games were played wIthprizes .
,. on'nt-1.- Chamber 7* Com- Rhonda's 'great aunt and going to Miss Sandra Famous E and .
and of'iiai1 uncle. and Mrs J. W Everything Is "'!
nerce city couoly Mr. Edwards and Miss Kim
/ "- and husband and Brvdni. and'children of Jack- Hodges, after which refresh- LUCIAN. PICCARD.ACCUTRON : jHERE ARE THE FACTS :..
,on.ille Marked Down
ments were served. HAMILTON u ELGINTIME* *.

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'ATTENTION'STARKE PRINCESS GARDNER AND! MANY OTHERS.

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I Methodist Groups Have Traditional Holiday PartiesMrs. cpnl"t'v'TlDr"OJ(0CL( {' K 11A'\r'\IJf' Society Plans Party 1,1:,

I F W. Strickland en- candles. Miss Gloria covered dish supper in For Parish Children j
tertained the United Strickland presided at the I Fellowship Hall Saturday
Methodist Women with a punch bowl assisted by Mrs. night. Local admittances to Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. and Mrs. Grace Richardson and St Edward's Altar Societymet Director,announced that Mrs. ti
Christmas open house Marion Moyer, Mrs. The 13 couples enjoyed Bradford County Hospital this daughter, Mrs. Bobby Welch, Rubin Benlly of Largo were on December 3 in the Walter Ramos was assisting
Tuesday of last week at her Strickland's mother. supper at a U-shaped table week include: Clifford Lamar and children of Savannah, Ga. weekend guests of Mrs. Parish Hall with Mrs. Michael in preparing children to sing
home on Kingsley Lake. Christmas decorations were which held a garland of Clemons, Mrs. Mildred spent last week with Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.Mr. Gilhooly presiding. Christmas carols.
Guests were met at the door used throughout the party greenery interspersed with Crews, Mrs. Kathryn Bennett, Hajnes' mother, Mrs. D. G. The Altar Chairman, Mrs. Miss Kathleen Gilhooleyfrom
by Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. rooms. Assisting In caring for pine cones and pyracantha. William E. Noegel, Mallon C. Scott Sr., in Atlanta. and Mrs. J.D. Yeager Lester Humphries, announcedthat Ireland was an honored
Henry Godwin, presidentelect the guests were Mrs. A.J. ---- Wells, Mrs. Laverne Hunsin- attended a Masonic meetingin Mrs. Jimmy Moore had guest at the meeting.
and were invited to the Eaves and Mrs. L.C. Early. Group 1, Mrs. L.C. Early, Lewis, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Her- Clermont over the weekend. altar care during November Instead of the usual gift
party rooms by Mrs. Donald Approximately 35 guests leader, met Wednesday at the ger Pearl, Culpepper Hardenbrook, Frank long of Jacksonville were Mrs. Walter Ramos is doing exchange, members and
Thornton and Mrs. Charles called between the hours 10 home of Mrs. F.W. Stricklandfor Strickland, Horace Durden, Sunday guests of his mother, Little Elizabeth Ann Rowell this work during Decemberand friends brought in gifts to be
Howell, daughters of Mrs. and 11 o'clock. luncheon. Mrs. Eston Mrs. Nellie McKinney, Mrs. Mrs. W. 1 F. Herlong. celebrated her third birthday Mrs. Robbie Shaller given to Sun la ml residents at
Strickland.The -- Jordan presented the Ethel Billings George Sunday alternoon at a family volunteered for January. Christmas time.
refreshment table was The Methodist Women's program after which the Cheshire, Mrs. Gertrude Mrs, Charles Darby, Mrs. party given by her parents !Mrs Joseph Gissy, Social Father James Crcgtin\ encouraged -
covered with a white linen Sunday School class held a members exchanged gifts McBride, and Mrs. Ida Pugh, W J. Epperson and Mrs. S. L. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowell Chairman, said that coffees members and their
cutwork cloth with a Christmas dinner Monday with their prayer partners. Starke Fred Crews, Oliver Peck Sr. attended a showingof at their home on Rd. 16 E. would be held each Sunday families attend the Penitential -
at the home of their ---- ; and that refresh Service scheduled for
Christmas arrangement of night Gene Pearson Mrs. Laural! recent paintings by after Mass
greenery and pine cones with teacher, Mrs. F.W. Group 3, Mrs. H.M. Gail Crews, Mrs. Lomie members of Margaret Sung's Stuart Spragins of Little ments would be available at December 20 at 7.to:: pm.
Strickland. The members Hicharde, leader, and Group Elmer Williams and Studio on Saturday in the Rock Ark. was last Tuesdayand the Saturday night bingo when a number of priests will
Barbara Godwin exchanged prayer partner 4, Mrs. J.D. Yeager, leader, Mosley Mrs. Gertrude Cruce, Gainesville Garden Center. Wednesday guest of Dr. games. A Christmas party is be available for confessions i
gifts- during the evening. had a covered dish luncheon Lawtey; Mrs. Anna Reynolds, Mrs J. Morgan Darby, who is and Mrs. 11.11. Adams. being planned for the childrenof Following the meeting refreshments -
16th BirthdayBarbara - Tuesday in Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Ethel a member of the studio, the parish after Mass on of) punch Christmas
Keystone Heights;
The Adult Fellowship --- exhibited four of her cookies and sandwiches
Lake Butler Mrs. paintings Mrs. F W. Strickland, Mrs. December 22.
Alldredge,
Sunday School class, with Group 5, Mrs. Warren ,; Mel- Henry Godwin, Mrs. II.C. Mrs. Richard Coss, Choir were enjoyed.Letters .
Godwin celebratedher their teacher, Tom Box, had a Winkler, leader, met at the Mary Shaughnessey Mrs. Katie Saxon, Ritch and Mrs. Titus Olson
16th birthday Monday home of Mrs. Drew Reddish rose; Mrs Smith and
Tom son attended the First District
and Mrs. Winifred
and night Mrs.whon her Godwin parents Mr. Mr and Mrs. HicksTo Tuesday night. During the Drzymalla Hampton; Lake Geneva. Shannon, and Mr. and Mrs. M. annual Conference of the Ho. :'" fo., "" $00.
Henry I
gave evening the members made M. McRae spent the weekend United! Methodist Women in
a party for her and 16 friends. Observe 25th corsages and tray favors for Mrs. Bertha Pearce and with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. the Methodist Church in Ocala
The refreshment table
was
the of the Starke
patients Kummel in Tampa. last Saturday.
covered with white linen grandson, Rex Smyth of Dear Santa:
a
Nursing Home. Refreshmentswere dish to play in the bathtub
cloth edged! with lace and cen- Anniv. Dec. 22 served Mrs. Reddish Macon, Ga., and Mrs. Smyth, I'm a little boy who is four soap with toothbrush.
by in Mr and Mrs. R. E. I Firth Mrs. Doris Conway of a bunny
tered with a red Christmas and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, spent Wednesday to Sunday flew down to Coral Gables to Gainesville spent the weekend years old. My mother is a T.V. by I Fisher Price a lea
arrangement flanked by sil- !Mr and !Mrs W. H. "Ned"I co-hostess, and members Largo visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. spend Wednesday to Friday.Mr. with her brother-in-law and writing this for me and she set. table and chairs, and a
ver candle holders with red I licks will celebrate their 25th exchanged prayer partner R. Smyth. sister. Mr. and Mrs. M.A. says I've been a good boy motorcycle to ride.
candles. wedding anniversary Sunday, gifts. and Mrs. Charles Baldwin. most of the time. We don't have a chimne.but .
The young folk enjoyed Dec. 22, at a reception from 2 ---- Mrs. H.M. Richarde visited of Haines will be When you make your we'll leave the doo-
Beasley City
and refreshments to 4 p.m. at their home in Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and deliveries on Christmas Eve
games Mrs. Charles Hall
Group, Hamilton[ visited
weekend guests of Mrs. O. L. Sherrod
Brooker.All family in Palatka Friday to bring me a few things 'T'hank
the
during evening.Mr. leader had Christmas please
a party Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- relatives in Augusta, Ga. and
and Mrs William friends are invited to and covered dish luncheon Monday. caid. Aiken, S.C. over the weekend. and put under my tree. Love
Carter assisted. attend. Tuesday at the home of Mrs Bring me a tractor that goesin Chuck Smith
Miss Evelyn Sinclair of dirt, a play fishing rod with
Charles Rowell with Mrs. and Mrs. John 1 F. Crews
Sgt.
Orlando spent the weekend Mrs. R. M. Lee returned to fishes to play in the bathtub a '
Health Department Holds Donald Thornton assisting. attended 1 the annual Christ P.S. A tho.cho tOil!
Members exchanged with her mother, Mrs. Clyde her home in Wilton Conn. house" play stove and sink to play
prayer mas dinner and "open
I House Monday AfternoonThe partner gifts during the party.BIRTHS Sinclair Monday after a week's visit at the National Guard Armoryin cooking a closeandplayrecord lawn NO III'NTINK:'; :'; MJiNS l :'; : Fur
Open Mr. and
with her parents, for player a play
Jacksonville The
Saturday salt and rent signs.
McClane Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Houston George Mrs.: E J. Dowling, Sr. the Co A 14(>th Signal Bat mower that you push, a bunny (1111.. ., Shill (

Bradford County Health Baker, Director of Health ( Flynn, Sr. visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carter talion.
Department held open house I Education, and Mrs. Yvonne Mrs. W. A. McClane and baby were Thanksgiving weekend } H HOBBY'S';
!Monday from 4 to 6 p.m. in Ealera of Jacksonville; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. daughter at Jacksonville guests of their parents, Mr. fG Or)Q HOWS OF = S nvYOUR )

their newly renovated Norma Thompson and Mrs. Hood of Erie, Pa. Beach Saturday.Miss and Mrs. Rudolph Paulas, and .M
announcethe
Smith ot Ucala Mr. and MONEY SAVING STORE
building on N. Church Street. Faye ;
birth of a daughter, enjoyed the Thanksgiving day I'vt. Hans llueninkCompletes n
The Christmas theme was Mrs.Frank Tenney, Mrs. Inez ,1 9.95.r
Trish of
Wes-
their grand-
Myers dinner! honoring
Michelle Wells
on Nov. 20. Basic
carried out in the decorations Gaston, Mrs. Velma Decker, Paternal grandparents are leyan College will arrive home parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.T'ler Ft Knox, Ky.. Training Nov 12 : LIt IEIR. LOCOMOTIVES
throughout the building and a Monday for the 52nd wedding T-19 ROADRACE ESlROCKET
holidays.Mrs. on their n.II1.95
Christmas tree was used in Mrs. Margaret Sunley, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood of Army Private Hans E
the lobby. The tea table was Vivian Dick, Mrs. Ruth Camp Blandin g. Jack Edwards and anniversary.Mr. lluenink, 19, son of Mrs. ..6 r:.. AURORA" AFX
covered with a red Christmas Harris, Mrs. Joan Beck and Mrs. Wayne Edwards and Mrs. Daniel E. Kenneth J. Iluemnk, Keystone ,... TESTOR'S
cloth and centered with a Mrs. Cindy Meyers, of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Red- Heights, completed eight
returned Saturday from two and children, Dannie
Tyler weeks of basic combat FIEEE (EIIF1TS
crystal punch bowl encircled Gainesville; Miss MargeryAird ding announce the adoption of weeks visit with friends in Los and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs. Q
with holly. A holly wreath ice Mrs. Barbara Enos, a baby boy, Norman James Angeles Calif. and toured Raymond Hargone of Anniston training at Ft Knox, Ky Q .. ;
.
Jamie i
float was used in the punch Mrs. Sarah Acosta, Mrs. Redding. was born Southern California and Ala. were visiting their
bowl. The department staff Helen Mead and Mrs. Billie December 6, 1974. Maternal Mexico.Mr. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. A gift is yours, just bring proof of BEADSany
served as hosts and hostesses. Cannon of Green Cove grandmother is Mrs. Belle and Mrs. R. J. Paulas, duringthe TilE!BItDFOItUCOUSn'TELEGH.PII item we carry found cheaper 1 CANDLE
Among the approximate 100 Springs; and Mrs. Mary Gnann of Theressa, and
and Mrs. L. R. Mack of Thanksgiving holidays. ART in town that
guests attending, those from Whitehead and Glen Howardof paternal grandparents are Published every Thursdayat we can not match or SEQUINS

out-of-town were: Floyd Lake Butler. Redding Rev. and of Starke.Mrs. Norman visitors Micanopy of!Mrs.were J. G. Sundar. Patsy Carter and children, 138 W. Call Street [MOLDS .better....."...the...price............. __.- Ce. PAINT.FeLT
Shellie and Diana, were Starke.Florida 320i!)l CHAINS 4
visiting her mother, Mrs. PLAQUES
Bessie Paulas, from Tuesday Second Class postage paidat Heads STEREO- Repair Service GLUE

i1 r > Sunday of last week. Starke. FloridaSubscription ands d Arms All Makes DECOUPAGJEWELRY
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KITS
$ineotA717e4 Mr and Mrs. Robert Rates: STRING CANDLE KITS ..98STYROFOAMWIRE
Barksdale had family birthday -
a In trade area: $6.00 per ART 695
party Thursday night year: $3.50 six months blAck VFI.VETpainting 5.2
for their grandson, Cody PAPER KITS-95 BEHIND KOCH'S DRUG PADS
Barksdale, on his third birthday Outside trade area: $7.0(1()
and daughter. Vicki, on per y.ear:14.00 six months ,..itemqVOld 118 South Court 9647329J
her 19th birthday.


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. Policeman Clubbed Quelling Argument All Night Station Robbed La '


STARKE Police Officer To quell the disturbance Bradford County Hospital l 134 E,
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undetermined and demanded all of the Captain Harold Crews of the oC
STARKE
pistol
Wilbur Waters remains In the Reuben Lee Thomas was Waters was transferred to the .
Alachua General Hospital arrested and taken into Alachua General Hospital In amount of cash was taken in station's cash of the the attendant Starke Police the Department oil theft investigated ... 6 CALL ST
cash
the armed robbery of the Gulf After turnlrg
where he Is listed in fair custody by Tomasovitch Gainesville for treatment and
condition following an assault Police Officer Waters later further observation of his Service Station located at the over to the driver Hodges was "" .
he would not be hurt
intersection of US-301 and told that
upon the city policeman appeared at the scene of the injuries. .. .
SR-l00 In Starke. and to walk away from the 9 B&E'sSolved ..
Sunday afternoon while investigating disturbance to assist Thomas has been charged and not look back. ..
a family Tomasovitch In quieting the with disorderly intoxication, The robbery occurred about premises ...w..
argument in Reno. family quarrel. In trying to open profanity, resisting 3:45: a.m. Saturday morning, The driver then got back
According to the Starke prevent the officers from arrest and assault and bat- December 7, when a 1970 into the car, still occupied by 4rrIFIc4
Police Department,about 2:30: removing Thomas from the Buick pulled Into the station another wite male com- ,
Sunday afternoon, December scene, Waters was struck tery.Later for gas. panion, and left the station c
8. Police Officer George A. from the rear In the back of Sunday afternoon premises going west toward 3 Arrested
Tomasovitch was dispatched his head by one of the family Thomas's sister Peggy Ann After station attendant John Lake Butler on SR-100. 3 .
to Reno to investigate an members police report. Jackson, was arrested for Hodges, Jr. had filled the
argument taking place at a After being taken to the Interfering and opposing an car's tank the white male Hodges immediately MELROSE -Sheriff Dolph.
residence on Lamar Street. emergency room of the arrest and resisting arrest driver of the vehicle pulled a reported the robbery to Police Reddish announced Wednesday ,
Jules December 11, that
-- "c- Officer D. Eunice who
---- ---- -
was on patrol at the time. nine break.lns had been
In the of
i solved following an In- amount
Crawford's
Phillips 66 Service -
Station located on South vestigation conducted by
U5-301 in Starke was relieved Deputy Glenn A. Moore In ; /<'.:), ..","Ji-
of 12 cans of oil and an oil cooperation with other law
spout by thieves Friday night, enforcement officials In
December 6. Alachua, Clay and Putnam +
An unlocked oil storage rack counties lr
Three suspects two of
discovered
was
Saturday
morning by the station's whom were juveniles, have r, cover.up for all
owner on opening for been questioned following the # seasons
Fray' You Can Be Sure Of Quality business. Thieves had ap-- break.in at a convenience :. our button front white

When You Famous Name Brand Merchandise I parently used a key to get into store located at and the 21-B In-in orion knit cape covers
Buy tersection of SR-21
the oil rack
storage .
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the southeast part of Bradford JI s the season's activities

: .... ........From........ ..Eagles.. !! ......................... County, between Keystone ,1 ;' in a lattice stitched
C\b .Misse( All School Heights and Melrose. ,'. ; ',wf" ( pattern with scallop
into the
f\' Entry was made 2 I,,: .:.'r. trimmed collar One
jV'statKe. n store chopping a hole In the ;; .1f d
}) c Dress & Pant Suits roof br the building as had. t ....:-:..j .: size fits all, 16.00
S\' One Rack Policies been done in four other convenience <
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c' \ Marked store entries.An 1"1" ,,.'" 'Jo \
undisclosed amount of
"'''''' ..
; Down Due Review money was taken from the I ;:" :
2 "iII I" 1./
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Coordinated Sports Wear To '. /
Famous Names store most of which was later '; :,-:

For The Junior Size eTa2D STARKE A special recovered from the suspects. '.' .. ; .::.:
workshop session, open to the Investigation led to the \. : :... I'r.
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40 % public, is set Monday, Dec 16, admission by the suspects of : :r'
Large Group From Our at 5 the Bradford break.ins occurring in the J .' : '
....................... School Boar to review all recent past: four in Putnam ,
Nationally Advertised Brand board policies with adoption County, two in Alachua "'"JIJr :. .;
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Wear in another County and one in Clay """'
Slze3.13' Mlssle Sports set meeting ;. \ Il.
.... .. ... December 23. County. #: f
Blouses Of Our Brand The investigation also I '
f. tGrauaxnits; ; ; .i Some Malor The board Is acting ahead of solved another break.in in "'-'

: Purpl.. Hon.v Comb,: A..t.Tops Prints NameJ In Color Coordinated Groups the Jan. 1 date when the Bradford County that oc- + MASTER CHARGE
: Plum 8 : Solids Short 8 Florida Administrative 20 when the
curred September
: TwoTon.Gre.n : Long SI..v.. RUSS-Berrv.Grwn Procedures Act takes effect Store SR-21 f
Western Auto on I & BANKAMERICARD
Block .
: : I over local county boards, such
[ entered and two a
was guns
AILEEN. Brl.k, Teal,
school board and 1
the
as county
i I Grouo In Woven i Pants Green commission. After that, a shotgun and rifle, were taken. i WELCOME

.:....Navy.......Gr.en.......B..Blue......:, All Colors Mix 8 t public hearing would be arrested The two and juveniles released have into been the -.
Match Group MARKED DOWN required for each individual All of t r Mark custody of their parents.
Special :
policy along with an ad- the are residents of J. .7 II... .
suspects ,
All On vertisement of ; ... .
111 a
Down FOR FAST SALE newspaper Putnam County. > _.:l- .. "".,.
One Month Early .......................................... general circulation, according Deputy Moore predicted .
Sale NowEvervJunior to Board Chairman Rodney that other arrests would .
Special' Hall The state act also follow and solutions to other
Selection
Large requires seven days notice to break.ins would be made \
P OfSu.t get on the board agenda, Hall of the o.
during the course ,
Panties Mark Down .'
8 Pant
Dress WearPrints says. current investigation. I"o."
On AI!
Lounge "J'I
All ColorsSollds8 I "It's rediculous what Chief Deputy Robert Green .,
In The Store Dr..... : they "
All Styl.s are doing to local government Is investigating the break.ln of 'tit, :vI
Holiday Pant Suits B & Sleep Wear
Including Strings ," Hall has stated. a convenience store in I.awtey I
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On..SALE ................L..... ............Long......Dre............. Gowns & PJ The board will convene that morning occurred, December early 8.Sunday :: 'C,, Ir. jf jfr
Brushed Daa ron from 5 until 7 ,
p.m.
Robes oZ ; p.m. into the store was
Special 20 % Off Brushed Nylon Dacron 8 Colton Nylon .......Cotton..,.......,....... Monday reconvene, after Dec Cinner: 16, then at 8 gained Entry by thieves who broke J 1;;,. '1

.............On...All....Ladie........&..Jr.............. Quilted Colton- Q UI.It e d Nylon I Bedroom Slippers p.m for further discussion.In through the and back removed wall of the an I ,
building
Bv Vanity Fair To Match other action Monday undisclosed amount of cash L .;;
Co a t 5 Plain. 8 Fur Trim ., Gilead-I Evelyn Pearson-Mi.Elain. .. night, the board approved from the store. "Jj" 'J

.. .... paying $750 more for band ,-. ;; ... ,.;.J
p ;''uniforms purchased by band
.... .
Men&Bays boosters. The board DC Teachers \-:, A "1-' ..tet1 four

Men's Slacks Give Them The Lasting Gift From Eagle De Vanes previously the cause. donated $2,500 to Have Choice 'J. has agate six genuine choker stones in natural +

By Farah Large Selection Men's The band boosters raised err earth colors on its 12 kt gold.filled
in donations for the 120
With Van Heulen $7,000 chain Delicate decoration for thei
Knit t Suits uniforms but fell short of the Of Association
Arrow feminine ; '.OQ
girl
Matching total cost by $750 because
Shirts And o't NOW concession receipts were less LAKE BUTLER -
Gold Cup Socks than expected. The band Teachers and other members
'a9 $ ;Q95Sup.rba boosters operate one of the of the Instructional staff in
Ties By concession stands at the Union County will have the .1

Bsau Bradford High School football option of becoming members "
Men'g games. in either one of two separate 1 1t

Brummell Sport Coats Lawtey students riding educational organizations that J1.
overcrowded buses will get have been organized since the
NOW relief after the Christmas dissolution of the Union
b9'' holidays. Another bus route County Educational t
$4995 Association last August. I
was authorized by the board
I at the request of Ken Young Immediately following the
operations coordinator. demise of the UCEA another ,'.
The Practical Gift For Men 8 Boys Young said that another bus is teacher group was organized 71.: f a little smocking
needed due to almost weekly under the name of the "Union I makes our Eve
Levis Straight Leg&B.ll BOySlaok&Shirts, increases in the population of County Teachers Stillman sweet
by Siz.2.7 By Rob Roy Organization" gown
the Lawtey area.
J
't and subtly feminine in
later "
Another of orgin 'I
Larg.s.lectionot In other action, the board: group "
Thom MCAn Men's
WoILtsB uBelli -Approved application for has been organized under the \ : soft, flowing nylon
Rob.s& Pajamas fly a library grant for $7,189. name "Union Count'' that's machine
Professional Organization. t washable Blue orJ
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Both of the educational 1 @
pink long gown,
groups are seeking memberships i-f
from among Ul'e 17.00; short gown

DOES EVERYTHINGB1UB Instructional personnel of the %ip (not shown) 16.00
Union County School sstem.:
"1 would like to know what's .
going on down there. Ave we ;
having a division among the .. ...
r teachers?" asked board .

member Donald pukes.
Dukes' question was J '
prompted when the Union X :
County School Board was /II!
a requested to give recognition !, /f'
to a newly organized # I ,J t
educational group at Tuesday :
night's December 10 meeting I


( ( ( J(1( (lJ1iJUUB01Y1BU ( ? ( ( of called Professional representing Mrs.the board.the Sharon"Union the Organization'new Minshew Countr group, .,. I'J/! /;


gave each of the board
members a copy of the constitution .

( J(1( One article of the contained In organization.the constilutlon a. I

disclaimer stating that the 1 11''
Union County Professional
Organization is not affiliated #'"

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FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL organization was approved by '
964-1701 the school board at their

meeting held on September 12. ,,
Both of the new
organizations have been set Buy. super comfortable Angel
up following the dissolution of J Tread slippers, for yourself and
Sawyer Slade HearinAircondibonina the Union County Education give several more pair to
) Association- The UCEA
was .'JIJ friends Choose from 4 machine
dissolved by a vote of the
membership ata meeting held washable styles. Sizes small ((5j
G Gas August 29. 1974. to 6)) medium ((611a' to 7'1a). large

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$188 Flame proof tarnish proof $98 I
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YourChoice 800 Strand 18" Long
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$ 'I33 .) Miniature lamps with C
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CANISTER-nBREADBO I 25 LIGHT SET yet CAMERA SET


$ 7 8 8 .''M..Ni.M ,,- ". ,' ..4 red set.C9.1/2 and Assorted blue Outside colors light $ 9 8 8
Reg. $988 HRIT,4A! $t
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Includl.3 Speed Brach 12 D!s.morOingsldechernes.b.qlfn.! .o.lty! 88 THE FAVORITE. FAMILY GAME.
Boa Everyone wIll enJoy spending a cold winter
and 10 Speed night at home with this ever;popular game. Each .
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TENNISRACKET SPOUT N I \\} TENNIS REG 99'111oiNQ 79 PRESS C tr




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8.99! LIMIT ONE i

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TENNIS SPALDING BALLS c:5 ..,I LOGSIntflvlduifloi
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PAK OF 3 99 Almost m ltd. REG. 8 8
REG. 2.59
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9036' SHAVERELECTRIC

95 HEATER Adjustable to nine closeness
9 I i I LLOYD'S8D1G1T comfort settings.

i Model H-13

STYLES MANY AND UP I ( Efficient Single element heater.

Radiant Fan Forced Heat,Instantly! CALCULATOR
.i *. Thermostatic Controls,'Chrome Safety Grill, 29.99The REG. .
? "-- Safety tip over Switch

: Portable Convenient Carrying REG. 2888

Handle.Attractive Styling 29.95


\ Sale Price ThE SCHICK
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WHITMAN 9|99Reg. 99 MAGNUS --.HOT LATHER \

SAMPLER CHORD '
MACHINE
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BOXED CHOCOLATE v ar r ORGAN STEAMING LATHER HEATED IN JUST
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choooltt*nd oonf.client In l t CARTRIDGES
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lib Box. ...$3", o o BARB-4 1 v' 9 9
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2LbBox.$650 REG. 54 95 msu OUST
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STARKIST 11 s 16 and storage jugs, pushbutton
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7 OZ PACKED IN WATER
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A-l 99 REG. 3.99
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PEAK 6.3 OZ.TOOTHPASTE. BAKING WITH I

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COLOR j SUPER VISTA C SYRUP 49
SO .T l COUGH a.COLD MEDICINE 3-oz.

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3 SPEEDBICYCLE DECANTER 'ouChup.of repairing sell Modal
CHARIOT No 2302 mm PUCE JNlCrnmW Bayne W
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SPARKLE-TEX REG 88' .C. candle -- -.01
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Pot bellied stove,Tole or' c Y'
Traditional designs. 1 3.88 48 /- '
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68CPAKOFz BOX OF 12-CLASS
15OZ LIQUID, REG 89 .REG.8.8 )
CLEANSE 59C ORMAMENTSCLEANSER. _
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RES S49 99'- FASHION SHADES
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38 FU '
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95 numbers.Tuning knob on side of f walnut -
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LLOYD'S, AM/FM ,.,lant iouoirm t paler ni

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Plug-in or battery operat
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carrying strap.Model Mr Coffee Makes rich flavored, res.
SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH
19 NN6100 Reg. 24.95 / taurant style coffee. Drip made, And
made faster than any other coffee.'; a SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th
maker A full ten cup decanter in less 1,
\ than five minutes.
PLAYS ON ELECTRIC f
OR BATTERIES RECORDS HAMILTON
BEACH
DIRECTLY FROM ITS OWN
RADIO --- 3995 5-SPEED

j L1d MAYFAIR 741 .
CASSETTE HAND MIXER

RECORDER AM Features detachable
j = FM RADIO I :- \1 9 I cord;open handle
for balance
J \ 1 12' chrome styling plated beaters ;.
REG. 495 ;positive beater Model
49.95 ''iT I r ejector button. 103
Rep 14.99
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AMPEX 90 MINUTE re 1 ,-
CASSETTE, LLOYD'S, AM/FM RECEIVER WARING' D

RECORDING TAPE 8-TRACK PLAYER, \ 14-SPEED BLENDER
Wanng's new"Timekeeper"
90-minute blank tapes with TURNTABLE 9 I-one switch.lets you time
I brilliant sound. BONUS SPECIAL 0 blending action up to 60
Regular 1.79 2 49 seconds or Flash Blend,
9 WITH CART DELUXE/ HEADPHONES 1 on-off action.Reg 32.99 4

'EACHPANASONIC Separate slide controls provided for ____;__ARC_____INCLUDEDIN_______________THIS_____PfMCEQQ5087 ___________ 1
volume bass treble and balance.
Includes pair of 17/4 x 11 x 6 5/8" e
bass reflex speakers and roll.about -
cart. Reg.169.95

8-TRAC, DYNAMITE-8 PORTABLE *"_"" -; 95 : : HAMILTON BEACH

"TAPE 'LAYERPlug t -''Uw-I'' i 14 HOT COMB .

I I Electric comb brushes
or battery styles,combs and dries
9 operated Track -- I Thermostatically con
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DECKPaula It POLAROID SX 70 e STYLER/DRYER\ M !

I.for fast control,easy '/ d 1 8 family Great: hair, 1000' care watt for power the entire Use m
)stop/start of ; MODEL I for'drying' or styling 4
69 tape motion o : 268 ments;included.' Reg:.3499. 'h.ll.J
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GENERAL ELECTRICSPRAYSTEAMDRYj e' 1.5 seconds after you push the camera's red GILLETTE fJl II 1
electric button,the picture begins to develop< before your eyes No mess or fuss anything MAX FOR MENSTYLERDRYER II _
} to throw away, Modal 2 '/


IRON 25 steam vents give 9 .s M 9 more steam coverage. f 8 with 650 watts of drying pow
14 Model Better ironing F92. results. \ 9 99 ** r \ 168 er attachments.Comes with Reg.comb 19.99& brush

Save..3.00 Reg 17.99 Model No. HD 9


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09 FILM Super drying power.3'way \
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31.99 ed.Built-in Condenser Microphone.Push Button operation.
.Auto stop Easy Matic Recording

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Forest In OcalaBradford Raton Fri. NightUnion


High gridders face 11.0 Ocala Forest at ryNWr"
Booster Stadium in Ocala Friday night in the Class 3A Y High Gridders face Boca Raton in front of a home

semi-final of the state playoffs, after rolling 35-14 over a :a-owd this Friday night for the semi-final playoff in the

Milton team in Starke last week. Class------ _2A__state___n Grid_____ playoffs to start at 8 D.m..

BUS 10-1 for the season Coach Hurse.Leading Wildcat The Tigers landed a berth in far this season
took the Region 1 championship rusher for the season was the semi-finals after whipping Boca Raton's main weapon :f:'
with the win over senior Paul Howes. The 160 Crescent City 41-16 in Lake is the running game back by a
Milton in Starke. Winner of pounder rushed for 1,144 yards r. lsdlwt cn 1 Butler for the Region 11 6'1 215 pound fullback a quick
the Forest-BIIS game will during the 10 regular season ,wr nw.lh. /AMMVUe+ +l+ iu '. :c Mhiww..J'raf r championship. Now the Tigers tailback and a line that out
play the winner of the games. Ninth grader Bert have a perfect 11-0 record. weighs the Union line by 15
This didn't count, but Tiger superboy Curtis SirSh'mones rushed for 153 yards, had TD
one runs of 11, 33, and 51
Hollywood ChaminadeVenicegame Yansey rushed 440 yards in Boca Raton has a 9-2 record so man.
pounds
moncs.right,dazzled fans with the 85-yard kick-off return for yards, and kicked three extra points. per
also to be this seven big but I think we
played games. "They are
a TU called back because a block was made below the waist .
Friday night. That game will Quarterback John Brantley are quicker and we .are going
decide the Class 3A state 155 pounds hit 63 of 132 passes to have to use our quicknessand
champs. for the season for a total of BHS Milton 3514For c aggressiveness to out do
Forest put down Aburndale 1,200 passing yards. He also Rips their size," said Head Tiger
20-6 last Friday night for the rushed for over 400 yards. His Coach Jack Jones. "I think we
Region 2 championship. The arm connected for 15 touch- atiilW! it4 have enough confidence in
Wildcats have been ranked down passes. Last week he ourselves (the team) to win
first and second Class 3A teamin threw a 71 yard bomb to top Championship: the big games."
the state all season. Now receiver Thomas Jefferson. Boca Raton runs from a I
they are rated number one. Brantley's 197 pound and pro I formation most of .
"Forest will be the best brother, Scott, is one of the STARKE Good pass Next week BHS will travelto threw five touchdown passes: Page 10 December 12,1971 the time while playing a 5-2
protection throwing and Booster stadium in Ocala to against Milton while Matt Hull I
team we will face and defensive leaders at the Oklahoma defense. Union
they are
probably the first team that linebacker spot. He is the receiving added to an impressive meet Forest High for the kicked a good extra point after uses a wishbone offense. .
caller is and defense put the northern championship. The each of them. Both teams icedIn and
workhorse
will be signal tough Union's
as quick as we are,
Bradford High Tornadoes in winner of the will the second half after
said Head BHS Football meanand knows what footballis game play SPORTSBHS leading rusher is senior Curtis
all the the semifinals of the Class 3A the winner of the Hollywood playing to the 35-14 score in
Coach David Hurse. about according to Sirmones.The 6'1180 pounder
state playoffs after BHS Chaminade-Venus game for the first half. Both settled
BHS scouting racked total of
Forest has a balanced team report. up a 1,402
tamed visiting Milton 35-14 for the state championship. down to good solid defense
Quickest to to
with a good throwing and way get yards rushing averagingabout
the Region 1 championship. Sophomore Prevail The Big Red holding its own
Jimmy

running team according to (See Page 11)) 9.2 yards a carry. He
the Panthers.At .
....... ...... ..... ..... .. against huge has made 23 touchdowns this
----------- ------ --- -- ---- --- -- "" ---- ---- -- the other end of four of
V < those TD passes was tight end Cagers Win conversions. He also has
Donnie Sewell. Sewell had six kicked three field goals and
e 4Z! receptions for the night for a several extra point kicks r.
l V total of 144 yards. Richard Season "Sirmones is continuing to
AI'4 Lashley ran the other 39 yard OpenersBradford raid the defensive
& -'A on opposing'
) III touchdown pass in. "
lines, said Coach Jones.
4f 'It?# ,....r ;;. ..}.. Prevail played the game High Gridders got over four- or live points.Baker Balancing the running attack
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.J. 'Ji < ... < "", with a taped up ankle from a
IT <""" opened season with two drew first blood for is Andy Howard at lull-

I'h.' <_ ........ .' .v-""" ( __ pulled ligement he got in straight wins, Saturday night BHS with a lay up. Buchholz back. Allowing these two
fill ,. l It.' IM.# practice Tuesday "I was just 56-49 over Lake Butler then made first score on two foul backs good running room is
t.;:;:w f.: amazed how well" he could run Tuesday night 48-46 in a shots by Rusty Pritchett. Then the powerful Tier; offensiveline.
& ",, ,... v .. on the ankle, said Head BHS squeaker by Buchholz to start Duane Osgood hit a two .
'"'iJ Coach David Ilurse. off with a 2-0 record.A pointer from 20 feet out then Jerry Dukes and Craig
tJ'
Bradford got the opening tense two foul shots by Glen Jackson got a foul shot Shad have done great jobs of
kickoff to start out with a 25 Milton Baker and a 20 foot for Buchholz and the Bobcats blowing men off the line,"said
yard return by Tommy clutch shot by Elva Hamptonin wentahead5.2wilh 3:34: left in Jones. Tim Whitehead and
4 Reddish to give BHS a first the last three seconds of the the first period Lorenzo Griffin are also good
& down at its own 36 yard line. BIIS and hit two blockers.
game to push 48-46 by the Baker Berry running
w e BHS stuck to the running Bobcats. quick baskets for BUS to take Anchormen on the defensiveline
s'raw game all but two plays, one to BUS took the Union game the lead again but a foul shot are Doug Barnett and
r Hull for 16 yards and the other after playing a tight first half by Warren Jackson tied the David Brannen. Brannen has

incomplete to Lashley. with the Tigers then jumpingin game 6-6. With seconds left in not had a great number of
Usually dependent on the front 45-40: in I the third the first period Baker took the tackles but he has been play
Let Slade Present running game BUS only quarter and holding to the 56- ball from a Bobcat dribblerand ing in the area where people
YouWith
Sawyer moved 21 yards during the 49! win at the end of the game. ran down the court for a know about him and don't run
first drive before Reddish Wayne Berry was the lay up to leave Bl IS in front 8.6 at him, according to Couch
punted and landed the ball on leading BHS scorer in the after the first period. Jones. Lust week against a
the Milton four yard line. Union game with 16 while team that d'd' not know as
A Nice I. Milton also tried the running Buchholz retaliated with
Elva racked
Hampton up 14 much about him he was run at
game but was also un points in the Buchholgame to spurts of quick scoring with a and the results were seen.
t't successful as the Tornadoesheld be the leader. Walter Brooks score of 16-10 with 4:22: left in Two active men in the Union

G-JC CBS: F _.- the Panthers to 12 yards led the Tigers in scoring with the first half. By the time the secondary are Glen Kemp and
and out to the Milton 40 half ended BHS had closed
a punt points and Glen Jackson led the Jimmy Mobley. Both have
i @ 9) yard line. BHS noseman Scott the Bobcats with gap to 22-20.
@ J -G 18 points. been playing good ball against
w' I Pooser stopped runs up the AlfredUps!\, hUtwq seven .
!the sand coming on tho-
middle twice and linebacker The Tornadoes Mac- footersdw ptll up
GAS RANGE '-- play hed round a according to Jones.
=aiL2I Dwight Barber clobbered clenny Saturday night at lay up by Baker to boost BIIS run; "This coming is
Panther Victor Dixon twice in home then travel to Ocala in front 26-22 just as the last game up
g the most important game we
a row on plays over right Tuesday night to meet half started. Osgood got two have faced this becausewe
Forrest. Junior foul shots for the Bobcats year
guard.Reddish varsity games then
have to win to get in the
ran over right start at 6:30: and varsity at 8 Sheldon Hodge and Elva "
finals, said Jones.
: tackle to scrape up one yard p.m. Hampton got two baskets for
I iiL then next play Prevatt hit BHS to boost the score to 3024.
Lashley on the five yard line, Buchholz Game
.'".' : in the middle of the field wide "It was a big win for us con- Donnie Sewell and Hodge WomensTournament
open for the first score of the sidering it was our first con came in the game in the
game. Hull's extra point was ference win in the Big Sun second half. Both are still
E From Conference" said Head playing football in the state
Bas
good and BHS went in front 7-0
with 4:41: left in the first ketball Coach Mike Sexton. "I playoffs.Sewell.
period. just hope this was one of manyof got two baskets in the Is SuccessStarke
rest of the third
to
period
I ---'- conference help
The Panthers got the ball on our wins this
BHS keep 37-34 lead. Recreation
a
the 31 yard line after Dixon season.
returned the ball 35 yards out The Buchholz game was Buchholz started scoring Department's Women's In-
tight from beginning to the consistantly around two vitational Tennis Tournament
$199 of the endzone
last and the baskets by Hodge to tie and go held Saturday,
(See Page 11)) gap hardly ever
A Free ahead 44-40 with 2:32: left in December 7, was a success as
Turkey i the game. Two alternate baskets eight members of its Fall

e r e and a lay up by Sewell put Tennis Classes competed in
the score at 46-44, Buchholz singles and doubles com
t IIt With Each PurchaseUp with a time out and 24 secondsleft petition.
on the clock Members competing were
Then Baker was fouled and J'Lene Laffoon Gail Smith;;
= Up To 14 Lbs. -G made both baskets under Faye Johnson,Betty Shufford,

pressure. Buchholz was Judy Goodowns, Olivia
WITH TRADE b Just Arrived moving the ball to its end of Harper Faye King and
the court when Hampton Bobbie Faye Chaff
t The Best Price Offered Yet iiit PottedPoinsettias grabbed the ball and shot Singles competition found
S from 20 feet out in the last Gail Smith and Olivia Harperin
% Y second of the game to boost the finals. Smith had
Choice of Styles BHS in front by the slim defeated Laffoon and Johnsonto
margin of 4846. reach the finals while
Beautiful Red Traditional BUS: Hampton, 5-4-14; Harper downed Goodowns and

t You Get TheFollowing 4 Christmas Flower 3 To Wayne Berry 1-0-2; Ross 2-0- Chaff. Playing three-game
4; Baker 5-2-12; Willis Berry sets. Harper won the first set r'
= and Colors 2+5; Sewell 3-0-6( ); hedge 2-1- 3-1.then lost the next two set 3-
5 Blooms
5. Totals 20-8-48. 0 and 3-1, to the Champion
4I Select Early Buchholz: Jackson, 2-3-7; Gail Smith. Gail received a
$399 Pritchett 4-2-10; Glen trophy for her efforts donatedby
; -- I Now Get Yours = Limited Number Jackson 7-4-18; Layer, 1-2-4; Smith's Electric Service.
From Osgood, 22.6; Daniel 0-1-1. The doubles event was a
: Totals 161446. fun-event as partners were
IOJU : Also: Potted chosen by drawing out-of-the-
L SCORE BY QUARTERS hat. The first match saw
$329 BIIS 8 12 17 11-48 Shufford and Johnson meet
CYtlMinW.. -=- T : Mums Buc 6 18 12 12-46 Harper and Goodowns while
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Tackles Tony Keffer 190 quarterback that we will have
Control Booster Stadium is to take US- pounds and Jim Stone 178 faced this year," says Coach j jlIurse.
Region: 11 301 south until Citrus then take pounds, are both strong and D
Old 301 to Ocala. When approaching good blockers. Tight end Bob
LAKE BUTLER Union lines, and his blocking backs '-" Ocala make a left McCall, 175 pounds, is big and "If we have an edge in the
High's undefeated and Lorenzo Griffin defense around right end on a more of hard going. Then at the Candles Electric Shop strong and Is used a lot on the game it is our kicking game.
powerful Tiger footballers Howard and Luke Andy 33-yard touchdown jaunt. Lorenzo Griffin hit the left and go four to five miles to the drag pattern. This is due to the way Tommy
iH
Smith. Sirmones added the first of side, was slowed at the line,
completely dominated and His Tigers stadium which will be on the Thomas Jefferson 165 Reddish and Matt Hull excell)
lost
outmuscled scrappy CrescentCity getting after the Raiders.no time On In four extra point boots and the but shoved his way into the left. The Electric Shop is pounds Is the quickest man on in kicking," says Hurse.
41-16 Friday night to win the opening series of the Tigers led 14-0 with 2:07: left in endzone from 2'/a yards out. about 200 yards before the 301 the Forest squad with 4.6 Reddish was the leading
the Class 2A Region II football the defense hard game the first period.In Sirmones kicked the extra shopping center This route speed in the 40. He is theteam's punter In the Big Sun Conference
put on a rush
title and blocked the second period the two point and LB led 21-0 with 2:30: saves about 45 minutes leading receiver, averaging 37.4 yards a
Tlie hard hitting Tigers will punt.partially Tim Whitehead a Raider and teams exchanged pass In- left in the first half. traveling time and has a lot getting 400 yards this seasonat punt. Last week against
face Region 4 champion Boca Billy Cain terceptions, but with just "I thought if we could come less traffic according to the other end of passes. Milton he averaged 40 yards a
off the
came ball.
out in the second half and
under three minutes left in the put
Kalon St. Andrews, 9-2 OR the first Coach Hurse. The Forest defense has punt.
. tomorrow night (Friday, Dec. Tiger play from first half the Tigers took one more on the boards before "We will be playing Ocalaon given up only a total of 40
scrimmage
Curtis
' 13)) at 8 p.m. on Iheir home Sirmones skirted speedy the Raider control after Glenn Kemp's they did," we could call the Bonnie Sewell catches one their home ground and we points in 11 games while the Hull has been snapping for
interception and capitalizedon dogs off, Coach Jones said.It will have to be at the of offense has extra points and for the
field in Lake Butler in the end and zipped into the end- of four touchdown passes last top our gotten over 35 punts
the the Raider mistake. game to win. We cannot afford points a Anchoring the last of the season while takingthe
semi-finals. state play zone for the first of six Tiger happened exactly like Friday night against Milton game.
offs. Region 1 champ Mon. touchdowns. Raider players Sirmones promptly slipped that, Sirmones receiving the for the Region II Champion any turnovers because the Forest defensive line is 226 kickoff duties. Last week
ticello, 10-1, plays at Inverness blamed the blocked punt on a around right end with another second half kick off and ship. team that makes the most pound noseman Eddie Mobley he had to take the place of
Citrus, in the other bad snap. The tough Tiger pitchout and just under 10 returning 24 yards to the LB 34 turnovers will probably lose," who is big, strong and likes togo injured Jimmy Prevatt and
Class 2A semifinal contest. defense forced the Raiders yards and the Tigers were off before being forced out of says Coach Hurse. to the side according to hit five of five extra points for
Winners will battle for the into mistake after mistake.It on a 65-yard TD drive which bounds by Raider end Andy BUS Rips a C .S Forest runs from the I, slot Tornado scouts. BUS while having good kicks
Class 2A crown the following was hard fought contestfor took nine plays. Big play in the Jackson. 'The Raiders were and pro offenses. The offenseis Tackles Tim Carty, 185 all 'night:
Dec. 20. drive was a 36-yard Sirmones ball in the From Page 10)) similar to Bradford's of- pounds,and Mike Roberts, 188
Friday. three series of downs, but burst tackle. The playing tougher "We move well together as
At the same time the Tigers with 2:07: the elusive Sirmonestook speedy over back right burst through the second half,the line putting on Panther Curtis Dorsey fense. BHS runs a tighter I pounds, are good ball players a unit and we are probably
were putting it on Crescent a pitch out from quar- line, side stepped one tackler a rush which forced Union headed over left tackle on first formation, partly because of and are quick and real quicker on offense than on
City in a most convincing terback Eddie Hazen and and headed for the sideline.He High back 11 yards in three down, only to be tackled by the blocking of Jimmy Clark aggressive. Ends Miquel defense," says Head Forest
fashion) District 8 St.Andrews easily outraced the Raider was finally hauled down at plays. Billy Cain's punt was Mark Hildreth and Dale Haas. and Matt Hull. Mack, 172, and Joe Fontana, Coach Brent Hall. "We
was beating District 7 but late his 23 rolled to a stop at the On second down a mix'up in The Wildcat offensive line 170 pounds, are both good ends scramble around a lot and in
the CC 13 a hitting
178 pounds who close off tackles well and
averages
Mulberry 166. Monticello beat Raider 46 where CrescentCity's the backfield yeilded a BUS per the process we have done a
Raiders
penalty against the player. Center Phil Pharr, 185 contain the outside well.
6 STATISTICS Al refused to "
District Century 18-6 and Kelly fumble by David good job this year.
pushed the ball down to the recovery
LB is the leader of the Linebacker is the
Region/ 3 champion Invernessbeat CC move and the ball rolled into McMillian and BHS took over pounds Brantley "It is possible for both
St.Cloud 76. 9 Flrt Downs '17 6'2.\ his foot. Officials ruled that line and a hardnosed player leading tackler on the team, to win and I feel
71) VardlGalned Rushing 16'AI Sirmones but again at the Milton 34 yard teams
got 2'a yards
Lake Butler had according to the BUS scouting getting an average of 12 that the kids both
"The boys played a mature Vards Gained Palling 56 found it hard going over left possession.From line.Prevatt strongly on
football game the they 271 PCPAPI 5101 threw to report. tackles a game. teams are deserving to win.
way Lashley on
J JA Punh 3 35 tackle as Crescent City Guards Chuck Counts, 165 "The two Brantley brothers,
got alter people, said (Head o the 46 yards out the first down right on target but a There will be no better foot-
Fumbles at to
LOll 1 toughened goal
and
Coach Jack Jones of his los Yards LOll Penaltlel A6 three touchdown Tigers make it quick work: Milton defenseman got in the pounds, Stuart McKnownare the lincback and quarterbackare ball play anywhere than in
prevent a both quick and aggressiveand both fine players and Johnis
Hazen passed to Joe Maxwellfor commented
Tigers. "Our aggression won Fullback way and tripped Lashley anda this game
the game." Jones praised both Score By Quarters: deficit.Howard then hit the right Andy sideof 16 yards to the 28, then 15 yard interference call fire off the ball well. probably the finest passing Coach lIall.t' .
his offensive and defensive CC LB IA 0 1 0 13 I 7-/1 516 the Raider line for 1',2 yards Andy Howard burst up the against Milton put the ball at .
middle for a 28 yard TD run the 20 yard line.
while the Raiders pursued
Sirmones around right end. STATISTICSBHS
BHS MILTON <
Sirmones added the extra 9 First Downs 13 Give Singer
Thomas Oil 183 Yards Rushing 122 a
Company point, but had trouble as his 240 Yards Passing 151
teammates kept moving 12251 I PCPAPI I 5263
before the snap, unable to 1 Fumbles 2
still in front of A Punts 2
Kerosene keep dancing
95 Vards Penalized 2S
603 S. Walnut 964.6246 CC linebackers. CC failed to
block an extra point attempt, Scars By Quarters. Sewing Gift.
BHS IA 21 0 0-35
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yards out. LB fans applauded first down Dorsey hit
their flashy runningback each Johnny Norton who was at a
4 Ply Polyester W.W.H78x14 time he kicked the point. LB full stride down the sidelinefor That the way to save !
led 28-0 with 9:26: still left in an impressive 80 yard
the third period. touchdown pass and run for
Sirmones booted the en- the last touchdown of the FASHION MATE" zig-zag
8x'1 suing kickoff high and to the night. Dorsey hit Van Henley sewing machine vt- s ,
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Raider Al Kelly returned to point conversion which ended Christmas Sale Price
his 26. Two plays netted the scoring at 35-14 with 1:36:
Crescent City but six yards left in the first half.
and a pass failed. The Raiders !Nothing; offensive was
punted to Sirmones but the impressive and the word was
Tiger deep man was chargedwith DEFENSE;; in the second half
G 18x15 making an improper fair for both teams. Barber intercepted $8800
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down at its 4H.)< James Aldridge got one in the
$2244 Add F.E.T. Plus $2396Sales But optimism turned to second half for BUS to stall
dismay on first down when the :Milton offense. The Save$2195
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Preaching With Guns In Back Is New ExperienceFor



I Oak Grove Minister ..... .... .......... ................... .................. .... .. ... 4 ____ 1&, d



The piano player sat on her _
handbag containing the
church collection moneybut -
a clean sweep was made of y /r w
almost everything else when _
the congregation of Oak Grove I
Baptist Church, near Camp
Blanding, was held up at gun a kw4 r sw
point Sunday night.

If you were picking the ten a 1'.
for ;4tv 1
most unlikely spots a
holdup in the United States,
one choice would have to be
the tiny, white clapboard Oak
Grove Church, situated atop a .tvttM ,rah;
scrub oak shaded sandhill inn
<\ isolated area along State
Road 215, between Camp
Blanding and Middleburg.But .

apparently, even a quiet ,f7
country church no longer
Cords sanctuary for its

members membership of ,the as Oak some Grove 23 . .. .:............. .. ...ROIling Club and 4-H Riders .... ......... .. .... .........

congregation found out

Sunday night. The peaceful scene at Oak Grove Baptist Church was Inter Awarded Trophies In Parade
The opening hymn had been l'ultedlaot Sunday night when the congregation was held up
sung, and the pastor, Rev. and robbed during services by three masked men '
William C. (Bill) Lovell had Thirty-one mounted riders, white paint pony with bill president; Bill Black The Roping Club HorseShow
just started the scripture including members of the 4-H decorated saddle and blanket, burn Vice president; Bill is held each Saturday
reading that always precedeshis ing a sawed-off shotgun knd armed with two revolvers, children into the main sanctuary Club and Hoping Club, addeda bridle and reins. Dowling, secretary; H. W. night I, starting at 7 p.m. Ad-
sermon. The time was 7 one a chrome-plated pistol, had entered the back door of and followed them in, colorful segment to the The trophy for the youngest Bryan treasurer; Lamar mission is free to spectators
ordered the congregation to the church and turned to the after confiscating a bedspreadfrom annual Christmas Parade in unattended rider was won by Hldish.l\lerren Lizenbee, W. with an entry fee of$1 for four
p.m.The remain seated, and the pastor nursery where the pastor'sto the nursery, which he Starke last Saturday morning.. six-year-old Dean Reddish. L. Austin, and Joan Underhill, events.
front door of the church continue preaching. wife. Nina, was attending two laid on the floor near the altar. Hoping Club Queen Karen With the Hiding Club board directors. From( 50 to 55 riders partici-
opened and two young blacks, small children while services Reddish rode in front, along of directors serving as judges Appreciation was expressedto pate each week, with first and
dressed in blue jump suits, Unknown to the congrega- were in progress. He ordered The third man stood guard the competition was held at the retiring officers and second place trophies
with riders the
bearing
flagsof
wearing ski masks, one carry- lion a third young black, Mrs Lovell to take the two over the preacher while the both club, followed by 9:30: a.m., with many well- directors who were: Tommy awarded every six weeks. The
one with circulated the chromeplatedpistol trophy winners. dressed horses to choose Reams, president; Ferrell club has over 60 family mem
the
through
Irom. Reams, secretary; Joan and an invitation is
Point of view.."......................................................... congregation collectingmoney Randy Conner won the New directors were electedby Underhill, treasurer; and extended to everyone who
and valuables, tossing trophy for having the best- the Roping Club in November Gene Underhill, arena likes to ride or see a good
them into the The
bedspread.
dressed horse, a brown and as follows: Gene Under director. show.
man with the sawed-off shot

gun stood guard at the front .............................................. ......... .........,............... ................. .,...............................
A Significant ReportA door to see that no one left.

The congregation remained Tonight (Thursday, December find more and more producers
relatively calm during the 30- 12) is the big night of the going this route.
minute ordeal, though several year for the Bradford-Union County Agents By
255! page report on the first year of --Preparation for the possibility of were visibly shaken after the Cattleman's Association. It is Among several I other topics,
Bradford County's land use study by the more mining in the county, including robbers left. "About ten of us the annual membership meet- Bobby'. r- : we heard a swine outlook
knelt down at the altar Notebook report lor 1975 by Dr. Kary
Center after it ing and installation of officers
Urban And
Regional Development phosphate. was over and thanked the for 1975. Taylor .. Mathis, University ol Florida
of the University of Florida is now Lord for letting us escape Agricultural Economist. Dr.
completed and in the hands of the Brad- --Zoning and controlling constructionin unhurt," Mrs. Lovell said. The business meeting will 1iIV Mathis was not optimistic
ford County Zoning office for distribution flood.prone areas. be preceded by a choice char about an increase in prices
to all agencies concerned. After the initial shock of coaled steak (what else) for ford County Sheriff Dolph One observer (and helper) paid to producers next year
the members, wives and even though teed cost could be
having his service interrupted HE'ddishrCicially entered we had at the steer weighinwas
-Providing more low-income housing at gunpoint, Rev. Lovell said guests. The steaks will be fifty-five steers last Saturday Lowell Parrish, who will even higher during the first
Although time has not permitted a detailed units. Projected figures for 1990 indicatethe he got his second wind and served promptly at 7 p.m. at for the 1975 show. Dolph become 4-H Coordinator in part of the year. All things
study of the report, a hasty need for approximately 5,000 more started preaching as the the Woman's ClubCommunity remarked (hat the steers this Bradford Union and Baker considered it looks like 1975
thumbing through the pages indicates new homes (present estimated total, robbers commanded. "If( they Center in Lake Butler. year seem to be bigger and Counties on December 21. may bo somewhat like a
that it contains a wealth of information 4.038)). never heard the gospel before An officer or Director of the higher in quality than last Even though he had an repeat of 1974 when swine pro-
concerning the county and its problems, they heard it then," he Florida Cattleman's Associa- year when we were told by the evening meeting last Friday ducers were barely able to
remarked afterward. "I tion will be on hand to install grader that our steers were night, Lowell drove up from stay in business.
as well as conclusions and recommendations The report points out that each weekat really let 'em have it, and the the 1975 officers. lie will also as good or better than any Sarasota to be familiar with
for a course of action to meet those least 6,000 people move into Floridato Lord was giving it to me so bring a report on State activi- show in the state. the start of the 1975 show. I'm
problems.The make new homes. In the past, most fast, I don't remember what I ties lor the year and will discuss sure this is an indication of the I :NOTICKTOKMIM.OYKHS I
communities have assumed that growthis said." the importance of strong As we were returning from dedication of our new 4-H : I
local associations. !Most cattlemen the steer weigh-in Dolph. Ray agent that will result in a 4-H
facts and figures quoted reveal a good, whether it be in terms of people,
Hev. Lovell confessed to a Norman and, I discussed the program in the near future
feel that a strong Due to the current economic
county that is growingnot as rapidly as lrosiness,wealth" or whatnot. But the little nervousness while undergoing active local association with a real value of this project. that we will all be proud of. slowdown, the Florida State
many sections of Floridabut fast time has come when people are begin the experience of large membership is the most Things like the development Employment Service has been
enough to present problems that always ning to realize that growth dops' not preaching with two guns effective way to express the of better relations between The Swine Field Day held taking applications for a
follow growth: air and water pollution, always bring more money, better jobs, pointed at"his back. "But 1 had views and protect the in- counties, communities and last week in Live Oak provide variety of skilled and experienced
deficient ( services to go on, he said. "Every- terests of our local cattlemen. individuals meeting togetherand some good information for workers.
shortages housing letter through a
energy government time I would slow down a working on a common swine producers and others
I think this is especially important -
overloaded sewers and other utilities broader tax base, and a better style of little, this fellow would say during the present project. There always seemsto who are connected with the Employers in need of quali-
and higher taxes to meet increased living. 'keep preaching'and I did." hard-times our cattlemenface. be time to discuss each swine industry. We say and lied people to fill job vacancies -
needs for wide-ranging services. others problems and successes heard about sow confinement, or persons willing to be
Bradford County still has plenty of By a fortunate circumstance that result in mutual baby pig nurseries, and grow- trained are asked to call UU48092 -
Christine Blackwel- The 4-H and FFA Slee.r benefits and understanding. ing and finishing pen operations ) : or come by the employment .
Such growth presents the need to develop open spaces streams, lakes and wildlifeto der, the church pianist Show and Sale sponsored by Of course, it is difficult to where the sows and of lice at 209 W. Call St..
a public policy statement reflect- make life comfortable and enjoyable managed to slide over on her the Bradford-Union Cattle- know or determine the real pigs from birth to slaughternever .:;t
ing the desires and the will of citizens of for its inhabitants. People have handbag, which contained the man's Association started two value of this type of project touch the ground. Even
this county, and the need to pause and generally taken good care of their sur- collection from the morning years ago appears to be from a youth development though there are some disad-
what ? the service, and saved it from the getting bigger and better standpoint. We do know thatwe vantages to this system from Ell
ask: are our goals roundings and according to report
robbery. collection is takenat every day. will have at least 55 young a cost and management [['
seem to want to preserve the pleasant the evening service the people busy for the next few standpoint, it appears that it's
In the two decades from 1950 to 1970, atmosphere of the county. At the same pastor said.Convinced. mittee The steer headed weigh-in Brad-com months on a project where efficiency outweighs these
the population of Bradford County in- time, business needs to be stimulated, up by they learn by doing. disadvantages and we will

creased almost 28 per cent. Over the and more people will create a need for that they had

next 20 years, it is projected that it will more jobs. No one should be denied his everything men prepared of value to leave the three turning --- ---
increase at least 50 per cent above its or her right to make a living. But out the lights in the
present level of 15,000.In depending on how growth occurs and church for some unknown Come By 395 W. Madison St.

how it is handled by the people of Brad- reason. The pastor lollowed
addition to growth, Bradford ford County, it could be disastrous or it suit by turning olf the pulpit
County is faced with converting its could the of life. light, but the robbers told him
improve quality
to turn it back on, and left the Be A Smarter Santa.
economy from the traditional agricultural building.The .
base due to the decline in small The report declares that citizen parti-- .

farm operations to an economy that is cipation in the county's governmental window shades of the
more urban-oriented. Although agriculture activities is below average,and one of its church were down, so no one
saw the men get into their GiveA
and rangeland occupies about 38
recommendations is for the organizationof waiting car, which is believedto
per cent of our county area agriculture a Citizens Participating Government have been parked behind
employes less than 10 per cent of the Study Commission such as exists in the nearby church cemetery.
population and contributes less than 10 Alachua County. It points out that while

per cent to the total gross personal in expenditures and revenues per capita Based on statements taken =---- Gift That
from each member of the
con
come. Obviously, more industrial em- have more than doubled for Bradford
gregation by Clay 'ounty
ployment is needed to balance our County since 1966, the rate of growth in sheritf's deputies, value of the
changing economy.Unemployment cost for government services is accelerating cash watches jewelry and
much faster than the income other valuables taken was 2 Keeps On
in Bradford County is from tax revenues. The question is estimated at $1,9(10.(( One man
escaped with his watch
estimated at 4.5 per centconsiderably asked: Are future taxpayers in Bradford because he had it strapped on
higher than the state unemployed rate County to spend more for their services his arm well above the \\rist.Afte.r .
of 3.8 per cent. Even among those who and receive a decreasing quality of ser- GrowingHPJSTMA3
are employed almost one-third are vices? A citizens participation group a short lapse ot time, ; .- '
forced to commute to jobs outside of the should address itself to this problem one of the members who q
managed to retain a duplicateset
county, pointing up the need for more with a study of possible consolidation of of car keys drove to
job opportunities for lower income some governmental services for greater nearby Middleburg about Don't give cash ...

groups.In efficiency and economy. eight miles away, and notified give a Guaranty Federal
the sheriff's office in Green

addition to this basic problem the These are just a few of the problemsand Cove Springs. There is no tele- D Passbook Savings Account.
.
phone on the church premises.One '
land use study report points up other recommendations covered in the :; At Guaranty Federal,

serious concerns confronting the county detailed land use study report. It is not a of the men was Christmas gift of a
that must be dealt with now or in the document that should be thumbed described as 6-2 about 153 ; your

near future: through and then laid on a shelf and for pounds, with mustache; Q .4 u passbook savings account
another 5-7 135 with
pounds
gotten. An immense amount of work has bad scar on upper right arm; Ii -' -\e will earn 51/4 % interest,
--Preventing growth by "urban gone into its preparation and an immense the third about 5-11. 130 -
sprawl," such as the present strip amount of work will be needed if pounds. compounded daily.

development along U. S. 301. Bradford County is to benefit from its Before leaving, Mrs. Lovell I I See the friendly people

recommendations. said, one of the men made a 14 I at Guaranty Federal.They'll .
motion as if intending to take
the pastor as hostage but this i show you how easy

\p P141 c. BRADFORD cop move negative was shake quickly of vetoed the head by a Wj it is to be a better Santa.Guaranty.

% SINCE 1879BOSXj. from the man with two guns.
A Ri MONEY
= pfl Ir

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December 12,1974 TELEGRAPII Page ISf.





NewsELIZABETH t,

GIVENS WALKER ,

DELL CHAPTER OES : W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) SAVE ,y T
The regular meeting of Dell
Chapter 168 OES will be held
at 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, in
the Masonic Hall on BrownleeSt. GROUND
All members are asked to
please be present and on time. )
Business of vital importance. ,
I rI
CnURCIi NEWS r I
Mt. Morlah United and i
Pleasant Grove United BEEF
Methodist Parish, Rev. Willie
Stitt pastor. Service begins at ,... .
Mt. Moriah with Church a ,
School at 10 a.m. Morning
Worship at 11. The United iy /
Methodist Women will meet ,
from 4 to I 5 p.m. Ad I 99I
ministrative Board meetingwill lr
\
be held from I 5 m.
All members are askeS to eEEF
please attend. 70 ,,,, PEOPON


Pleasant Grove United 10 lB. PKG.A
Methodist Church activities Wl PLEDGE TO FIGHT
begin with Prayer Meeting INFLATION AND CONSERVE ENERGY

each Wednesday night. Bible ANDRE' COLD DUCK ORCHAMPAGNE lB. a LB ,
Class each Thursday night. pKG
Sunday services begin with Quantity RightsReserved
Church School at 10 am PKG. PRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 12

Feast Morning service Worship, 3 p.m.at 11. Love FIFTH $229 COPYRIGNTOR197."C. THRU WED DEC 18


Greater Bethlehem BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TASTY ( ) BRAND


Jasper'Freewill Practice program' Baptist is Williams for being the Church held Christmas Monday pastor., Rev. CH C 'ST I BE 'TpATtiESWoD IC Ni"csMOK.D I


and Tuesday nights. Wed-
nesday night Prayer Meeting.
Thursday night rehearsal at $ 3 9 W-D RAND USDA
the church and Ladies Circle SAVE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI SIIF
meeting at the home of Mrs. CHOICI BIIFCHUCK TOP ROUND OR WHOLE

James Prince. Prayer Band YaNMN ?, 61 SIRLOINSTEAK
will meet with Mrs. Fort in
LB.
Hampton on Friday Dinners u. s. CHOICE LB STEAK
will be sold from the kitchenon PKG. LB.
Saturday. Sunday is t 0 t LB LB. 98c u. $,89'
regular pastoral day, with
church school at 9:30 and
: W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HICKORY SWEET ASTOR ALL VEGETABLE
Morning Worship at 11.

Visitors Evening always Service welcome., 6pm. CHUCK ROAST SLICED BACON SHORTENING

Richard Mt.! Zion AME Bethel: Church pastor., Rev.

Sunday will be observed by SAVE
the youth of the church as 49
W-D BRAND USDA
Youth Day with = $
starting SAVE CHOICI BIIF .. 39C
Church School at 10 a.m. .ONIIISSROUND /'
Morning Worship at 11. At 3
31'LB.
p.m. Rev. R.E.Lamb will hold ju.
Quarterly Conference. The Ip0V1 WMMIMI?ApI, A STEAK 1-lB. j/ LB.
Youth will be in charge of s.,CHOICE
services at 4 p.m. LB. T 168 PKG. CAN
Greater Allen Chapel AME L. Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes ,
Church, Rev R.G. 1 leas tie
pastor. Services begin with
FRENCH
Class Meeting and Prayer SAVE 2le 'FRESH PORK LOIN SLICED ASSORTED FRIED FISH BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGERHelpers HANDY PANTS DISPOSABLE

Meeting each Tuesday night. Pork Chops 98C Perch Fillets 5 PKa. $489 I 2 $100 3599C
Love Feast Friday night . lB. . PKGS. Diapers 0 0 .
before the first Sunday in each W-D BRAND fkENCH FRIED FISH SAVE 16f THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE 67c THRIFTY MAID' MIXED

with month.Church Sunday School services at 10 begin a.m. Franks 0 0 00. 'A? 69C FlounderFillets5 PKG. $4" Green Beans 4 ,CANS a:"=. $100 1 Vegetables 10 B.ANB $1 1 1SAVE

Morning Worship at 11 Choir Ale W"D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESSShoulder W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE BETTY CROCKER LAYER CRACKIN' GOOD "" '1.;' lf> I
Union, 3 p.m Evening,,ser- 6 TO B IBS. AVG. CUT & WRAPPED FREE Inn 'wpr:' ; vteivYvt I
vice, 5:30. Roast LB. $108 Cake Mixes 'Er59e Salhnes '2-wo.. ... ,
Ebenezer: Baptist Church, Tenderloins LB. $249 . .-. -
WO BRAND USDA CHOICE ALL MEAT SAVE lie LUX LIQUID (I3c OFF) DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF STEAKS

Worship Church School at 11., 9:45.Evening: Morning Ser Beef Stew 0 0 o. lB. $139 Delmonicos LB. $279 Detergent . I'on' r E 59 Bread . 2 lo ES 88C

vice, 7 FRESH PORK MOUNTAIN GROWN DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SERVE CLUSTER OR

Rev.New Leroy Bethel p.m. Baptist Davis Church.pastor. Spareribs. 5 ;V $499 PALMETTO Pimento FARM Cheese LB. $109 1 Folger's Coffee & $1 11 Seeded Rolls 3 SS.s: $1

Christmas rehearsal will be
held Monday through Thur
ASTOR CAN OR MAXWELL HOUSE BAG THRIFTY MAID FLORIDA YELLOW
sday at 5 p.m. daily. Prayer
Meeting and Bible Class each I
Saturday, 4 p.m. Sunday COFFEE APPLE SAUCE CORNEARS
School teachers and pastor : -
held s
meeting will be at 3:30: ;
p.m. Saturday. Rehearsal for
Choir No.1. 6 p.m. Sunday SAVE lbfilt9ida
services begin with Church rMec
'
School at 10 a.m. At 3 p.m. 12 c \
Rev. Davis will be guest
.
speaker at Putnam Hall. .
Choir No. 1 will accompanyhim. ; E
16-oz. RP}e s!! J
1-LB. CANS EARS % %

CAlm OF TII.\\iKS: Limit I of choice with S7.5O or more purchaio excl. cigs.
We wish to express our
sincere thanks and ap HEINZ CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLESOUP MORTON CHICKEN TURKEY OR SALISBURYKETCHUP
preciation for the words of
comfort, kind deeds, flowers
and food in the recent loss of DINNERS
our loved one, Mrs. Idella F:. : !
McCaslm. Only time can heal r
the but act of
pain every SAVE amQge9eta61e
kindness performed by her !r SAVE 4oodS

appreciated friends and more neighbors than words was 7C 29 $ ( otu .p, $

can express. May God bless t ., ,M Wln
'
you all.\ 0 ?ttI
-The family of 11oz.BOTTLE .
32-oz.
the late Mrs.Idella McCaslm 03/4-01.. PKGS.Sausage .
I CANS



THRifTY MAID VieNNA DOUGLAS FLORIDA ASTOR
3 5.01. $100 Whole I Chicken Us- 99C 2 H.. $1 Juice 2 16-0.. $1
. CANS Oranges BAGS. Orange CANS

SAVE lOe THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID FRESH HEADS MORTON MEAT LOAF OR TURKEY TETRAZZINI

Beef l&s $119 Pork & Beans 2 3"0'. 88C88C Lettuce 23C Dinners 2 !&s $1
Corned CANS L.. . :
THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID CUT U S.No. I "RUSSETBaking TYSON CHICKeN BEEF OR TURKrYChili

Ask & Beans ISM SAN;" 39c SweetPotatoes2 EP CAN:.t Potatoes 10 BAG lt- 69C Pot Pies . 4 As. $1

SOUTHERN BISCUIT KRAFT FRENCH RED DELICIOUS POLY BAO STEAK CUTPotatoes

Charley Flour . . 5 /KO.l.. 68C Dressing . 2 .ITLS.'01.: 88C Apples I 4 .AO LB. 69C . 2 'u StM00

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Long Grain Rice3 -V 78C Hawaiian Punch Us 58 Red Grapes 3 ** $100 1 Fish Sticks . VSr 99EXTRA


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hunting .
2-IS. FKO. JENNIE 1 ONE' 4-lB. OR MORE USDA 1 1Mr. SAU LEE 13.00 01 MOIII WORTH Of'
trip of 3 to 30 daysrCharley BONELESS CHOICE SEEF EZ CARVE ONE J2-... SAIUTO STRAWBERRYCheese ANT FRUITCake < :
; Turkey Roast l Rib Roast Party Pizza Cake Material :
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LEGALS McKay Realty Purchased by l\Irs.l\lelbu Ilgen

II -- LEGALSIN ..... LEGALS KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Heights for the past 27 years, The business will remain in

Jhe real estate! firm of S. E. and I will continue to consult the same locationtheir new
McKay located on State Road him for professional advice." location on State Road 21
THE CIRCUIT. COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF East described continue North 17 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 21 cast of Keystone Heights

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- If you fail to do so, judgmentby degrees 25' 40" East along said BRADFORD COUNTY, has been purchased by Melba -------------------------

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR default will be taken againstyou Easterly boundary 200 feet to an FLORIDA CASE NO. 74-19, Jlg n. 16-year associate of the

FORD COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY CASE for relief demanded in the iron stake located on the FILE NO. 2165 firm. DeWitt Jones

NO. 74-306 Petition. Southerly boundary of the right- In announcing the purchase

CIVIL ACTION WITNESS my hand and seal of-way of a D.O.T. drainage IN RE: ESTATE OF Mrs. Ilgen said, "I am proud
CASE No.74-302 CYNTHIA L. SCHMITT, Plaintiff this 22nd day of November, easement: thence South 72 BRYANT E. REDDISH, to have been associated with Funeral Home

,- 1974. degrees 20' 20" East along last Deceased Mr. McKay, who has operated
SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE' EUGENE B. EDWARDS and aforesaid Southerly boundary a real estate firm in Keystone
COMPANY OF GEORGIA, an LOLA EDWARDS, his wife, GILBERTS. BROWNAS 350 feet to an iron stake: thence NOTICE TOCREDITORS STARKE PHONE 964-62OO

insurance corporation, Plaintiff Defendants CLERK OF SAID COURTBy South 17 degrees 25' 40" West NO. 74322. RENTAL
Dorothy Moore and parallel with said Easterly HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS WHEELCHAIRS

-VS- NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Deputy Clerk boundary 150 feet to an iron To all creditors and all IN RE: The Marriage of ft! CRUTCHES

stake: thence North 72 degrees persons having claims or MARSHA N. CRASS KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SARANELL M. TRAVIS, Individually : 11/284t 1219IN 20' 20" West and parallel with demands against this estate: Petitioner, a
SARANELL M. EUGENE P. EDWARDS and last aforesaid Southerly boun- You are notified and requiredby and B PHONE 473-3176

TRAVIS, Executrix of the Estateof LOLA EDWARDS, his wife! dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake; Section 733.15 Florida JOHN HARLEY CRASS ,
L. Edd Travis, deceased, etal Address Unknown THE CIRCUIT COURT thence South 17 degrees 51'25" Statutes to file any claims and Respondent
Defendant EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF demands which you may have
West 50 feet to an iron stake;
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an FORD FLORIDA COUNTY IN AND FOR BRAD- thence North 72 degrees 20' 20"West against the estate of Bryant E. NOTICE OF SUIT PUBLIC NOTICEA

NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY action to foreclose a mortgageon and parallel with last a- Reddish deceased in the
the following property in Circuit Court, in and for and review of
CIVIL ACTION foresaid Southerly boundary TO: JOHN HARLEY CRASS workshop
Bradford County Florida: Bradford County Starke,
210.31 feet to POB. Address Unknown
TO: The East Half of Lots Five ((5)) CASE No.74.302 has been filed against you TRI- Florida within four calendar Bradford County School

Saranell M. Travis, 1236 and Seven ((7)) of Block 24 of LIFE INSURANCE STATE GLASS, INC. and you months from the date of the first YOU ARE HEREBY

Laurel Lane, Gainesville, Johns Addition to the Town of SECURITY COMPANY OF GEORGIA an are required to serve a copy of publication of this notice. NOTIFIED that an action for Board Policies will be con-
Georgia 30501 Starke, Florida, in Section 28, defenses if Each claim or demand must
PlaintiffVS your written any to dissolution of marriage has been
YOU ARE HEREBY Township 6, South, Range 22 insurance corporation, it, on the plaintiff's attorney, be in writing and must state the filed against you and you are ducted Monday, December
-
NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose East,as per map or plat recordedin SARANELL M. TRAVIS individually whose name and address is place of residence and post- required to serve a copy of your 16 1974
a Mortgage on the follow- Deed Book l, Page 629 of the PIERCE 8 HARDY P.A., P.O. office address of the claimant written defenses, if any, to it on beginning at 5:00:

ing property in Bradford County, public records of Bradford of BOX 1030 Starke, Florida 32091 and must be sworn to by the RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor in the Room.A
Saranell M Travis executrix Board
his his p.m.
claimant, agent or at- .
Florida: County, Florida the estate of L. Edd Travis and file the original with the Petitioner, whose address is
A parcel of land containing has been filed against you and clerk of the above styled courton iorney. 115 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box
Defendant
1.447 acres lying in the NWV4 you are required to serve a copy deceased etal or before January 24, 1975: Each creditor shall deliver 995 Starke, Florida, 32091 and Public Hearing on said
OF SE/ of Section 21, Town- of written defenses if be sufficient copies of his claim to
your any SUITPROPERTY otherwise a judgement may file the original with the Clerk of
NOTICE OF
ship 6 South, Range 22 East in to it on RICHARD E WELTY, entered against you for the relief enable the Clerk to mail one to the above-styled Court on or Policies will be held Monday,

Starke Bradford County, Plaintiff's attorney whose demanded in the complaint or each personal representative.Dated before January 13, 1975 December 23 1974
Florida, said parcel being more address is 114 N. Walnut Street, TO petition. December 5, 1974. otherwise a judgment may be begin-

particularly described as follows: P.O. Box 995, Starke, Florida, : WITNESS hand and the .
Saranell M Travis, Executrix my C. ReddishAs entered against you for the relief ning at 5:00: p.m. in the
Ray
Commence at the Intersec- 32091 on or before December seal of said Court on November demanded in the Petition.
Edd Travis
Estate of L. ,
of the
tion of the Southerly boundary 30, 1974, and file the original 1236 Laurel Lane Gainesville 22, 1974. Administrator of theEstate WITNESS my hand and the Board Room.
of said NW/ of SE% and the with the clerk of this Court either 30501 of seal of said Court on the 6th day ,
Easterly boundary of the right- before service on Plaintiff's Georgia GILBERTS. BROWN Bryant E. Reddish of December 1974. .
YOU ARE HEREBY
of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. attorney or immediately there- AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBY Deceased. This is in compliance with
301)) and run North 17 degrees after; otherwise a default will be NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose Dorothy MooreAs 12 12 2t 1219IN GILBERTS. BROWN
the following Florida
25' 40" East along said Easterly entered against you for the relief a mortgage in on Bradford Deputy Clerk AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Statutes Chapter 73-
boundary 134.42 feet to an iron demanded in the Complaint. property THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
stake for point of beginning. WITNESS my hand and the County Florida:land 11/284t 1219IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Beulah M. Moody 310 as enacted by the 1974

From point of beginning thus seal of this Court on Nov. 25, A parcel of containing CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Clerk
Deputy
1.447 acres lying in the NV\i\ % of legislature.
17
described continue North 1974. BRADFORD COUNTY.. CASE
12/12 4t 1/2
25' 40" East said SEV4 of Section 21, Township 6 THE CIRCUIT COURT I

degrees Easterly boundary 200 along feet to an GILBERTS. BROWNAS South Range 22 East in Starke, '. .. .

iron stake located on the CLERK OF THE COURTBy Bradford County, Florida, said \ .. ,- .
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Southerly boundary of the right- Donna M. Branson parcel being more particularly

of-way of a D.O.T. drainage Deputy Clerk described as follows:
Commence at the intersection -
degrees easement 20'; 20"then East South along last 72 11/284t 12/19 of the Southerly boundaryof tf.'r.t; }.tt'. ':.; 1J:; 1r./c.1'/ i; :_. tti.t: ;':";;r J:; 1r. fi; :_.


350 aforesaid South feet 17:to degrees an Southerly iron 25'stake 40"boundary; thence West. APPLICATION NOTICE OF FOR of-way Easterly said of NW boundary State/ of Road SE'/4 of 200 the and(right-U.S.the Ever a LowPrice TOOD I EveryDayLowPrice i'


and parallel with said Easterly 301)) and run North 17 degrees tJo 01 ..

boundary 150 feet to an iron TAX DEED 25' 40" East along said Easterly BEEF ; Pantry g
boundary 134.42 feet to an iron x x S A REGULAR GRIND '
stake; thence North 72 degrees
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
20' 20" West and Parallel with that A.J. Thomas the holder of stake for point of beginning.thus J % Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
of
last aforesaid Southerly boun- From point beginning SIRLOINSTEAKS l
the following certificates has described continue North 17 ij
dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake; filed said certificates for a tax i
25' 40" !East said
17 51' 25"West degrees along SUPERMARKETS
thence South degrees
deed to be issued thereon. The
50 feet to an iron stake; certificate numbers and of Easterly boundary 200 feet to an STARKE .
20' 20"West years iron stake located on the
72
thence North degrees issuance, the description of the of the 320 SOUTH
Southerly boundary right-
and with last '
parallel a-
property, and the names in ,' WALNUT ST. '
foresaid Southerly boundary of-way of a D.O.T. drainage J : 89r!

210.31 feet to POB. follows which :it was assessed are as easement degrees 20'; 20"thence East South along last 72 t'i.Qt\ $ 4 8 /r1.YDAr Low. /:m .og.uv.x .

has been filed against you Certificate No. 85, Year of aforesaid Southerly boundary ifi, I ,.: 1NAY0..'.. O/4YOY1//""}} OD r', 1 LB ;
.....
Saranell M. Travis, individuallyand yt MIGHT .0. f
Issuance 1972, Description of !
350 feet to stake thence
an iron ;
you are required to serve a 4 lTiD.!, i ',i !
Property SE'of NW%, SEC South 17 degrees 25' 40" West M IT won pitned It Keen BAG
defenses if
copy of your written 10, T-7-S, R-22-E. Name in and parallel with said Easterly LB U.ID A. FOOD SUMPCOUPONS
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney 11111111 .
any .
LEE .
CORA "
whose name and address which STEVENS assessed, Stone Harbor, N.J. boundary 150 feet to an iron .,) j. M 1'\I.'t\ ,, f '1f':;i:: !:!jP \tJi.J.j., ":";;''M 5:1': <;; f.f.I1 ';.. "'.! VJ"
stake, thence North 72 degrees
ie. PIERCE & HARDY, .
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-All of said being in
property =
20' 20" West and parallel with -
P.A., P.O. BOX 1030 Starke,
the County of Bradford, State of last aforesaid Southerly boun-
Florida 32091 and file the original
Rorida. dary 139.35 feet to an iron stake;
with the clerk of the above
Unless such certificate or certificates thence South 17 degrees 51' 25"
before
styled court on or be redeemed
shall West 50 feet stake
to an iron
January 24, 1975: otherwise a according to law the property 72 20' 20";
judgement may be entered thence North degrees Pork Loin WHITE
in certificate
described such or West and parallel with last a-
relief
for the de-
against you certificates will be sold to the
foresaid Southerly
manded in the complaint or pe- boundary POTATOES
highest bidder at the court 210.31 feet to POB.
tition.WITNESS house door on the 30th day of
my hand and the has been filed against you N 11 li 11
December, 1974 at 11:00: a.m. -
Saranell M. Travis, Executrix of
seal of said Court on November of
22 1974. Dated this 22nd day the Estate of l. Edd Travis,
November 1974. ILt111fE -
deceased and you are requiredto ILgIWCE .
LB
SI BAG
", "'1
serve a copy of your written a a a

GILBERTS.Clerk of Said BROWNAs Court GILBERT Clerk of Circuit BROWN Courtof defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's .-v >*.*f -. .*r 1>. _- t >."*_.M ,....a.*. ft"*'** ** ...*.. -, .Y1r.. .-,., ..M:I/r' ..*t.*.. ', 0".A..4r "Meer ...t'1r. 'V .-.Iftr_

By Dorothy MooreAs Bradford County, Florida attorney whose name !i| EveryDayLowPrice,; g| EweryDayLowPrice'I Every Day LowPrkc;' EveryDayLowPrkc I EvcryDayLowPrkc, j I Every Day LowPrke.MOMI1IK EveryDayLowPrke

Deputy Clerk By Beulah M. Moody and address is PIERCE ft B..r @ I CHUCK t t t BONELESS t SMOKED t tWIir AND YUDNIISN RID 5 I.[
1030 {
HARDY, P.A., P.O. BOX UCKusPeli Golden
f Ripe DELICIOUS
SHOULDER J t : I PORK.NNICIi., ..:'.. i {
Starke, Florida 32091 and file the 4 : I
11/234t 12/19 STEAKS
11/284t 12/19 original with the clerk of the STEAKS : r ....i... 0 c ROAST + LEES_... e SHOULDER ? BANANAS'? i APPLES .

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO above styled court on or before I = u 149 : =88c2 : = $118 I :5 ,TS l.:6- a q : 65.5: : .ire&a, aJ : ..4u 69':,

REGISTER January 24, 1975: otherwise a l. \ fi PKQ ,; .
FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTER judgement may be entered 1'. ..... .... _......... a....4'.4.' ."x 1........... _
FICTITIOUS NAME against you for the relief de-
>fc .-
Pursuant to Section 86509 manded in the complaint or peti- Every DyL wP

Florida Statutes, notice is here- Pursuant to Section 865.09 tion.WITNESS 'FLORIDA 1 1'ORANGES

by given that the undersignedStan Florida Statutes, notice is my hand and the l OR.'GRAPEFRUIT.
Cottney 116 Myrtle St. hereby given that the under seal of said Court on November '
and Eddie Douglas, 1241 signed Joan J. Dyal, Rt. 2 Box 22 1974. s- f r s r
177 A Starke Florida 32091
Bradford St. doing business ,
under the firm name of "M & S doing business under the firm GILBERT BROWNAS ... -

TEXACO" 231 N. Temple Ave., name of "STYLES BY DYAL" CLERK OF SAID COURTBy COMPARE ou DAT.evr tORICf 1./ :COMPARE oo.1/N. t COMPARE o W :y \ t
:
Starke Bradford County Rt 2 Box 177-A Starke, Florida Donna M. BransonAs PMrCt79C

Flondd 32091. Intends to register 32091.fictitious intends name to register under said the Deputy Clerk Chuck Steak zssfsst.: : ,.. BatIt' I Pork Shldr Roast .uo;u 10' : Sliced Bologna ;:';:!"' 79C 14'
said fictitious
name under the
provisions of aforesaid statute. 11/284t 1219IN Rib '* 51" i Spare Ribs POHN 79ctel' i Meats as39e
Roast .
provisions of aforesaid statute. uVaA-'cHoicl; :i'p: \. I 20' 1.TO LS -LB Chipped us e
Joan J. Dyal, sole owner. HANK POftnONWAT1B
Douglas Stan Cottney sole owners.and Eddie 11/284t 1219IN Cor'd Beef Briskets.o"ZrMeat ; 20' I Smoked Ham LB ADDIOTO WO ... 78'T 10 Cooked Ham :Kr" ,.'...UC. s 1/1 20'
THE CIRCUIT COURT ... .
OUIIN ALL VAHIITIItXCiM '
12.5 4t 12/26 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Loaf Mix ::7of: :..? 79' 10' : Dinners SLICIO 2 L*PMO.HIP* OH AW 20' I Boneless Hams :r.nc. S3" 110'

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THE CUIT OF EIGHTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIR-FOR FLORIDA FORD COUNTY IN AND FOR BRAD- Sliced Bacon :ssssp: '0' I Cooked HamSkinless .101..0 s1 r 3014- I Franks Oscar Mayer S'sr1'; 99* 20'

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME BRADFORD COUNTY.IN CIVIL ACTION Cornish Hens ?;fl:: : 69C 10' : FranksPflOXIM;:::::.,' 59C : Sunnyl'd Sausage::'r.f 5.1" .'0'I

RE: The Marriage of CASE No.74-302

Pursuant to Section 86509 GEORGE WILLIAMS,
Florida Statutes, notice is Petitioner, SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE
hereby given that the undersigned COMPANY OF GEORGIA an Pride 100'PUIW FLORIDA
Pantry
Jerome Elwer P. 0 and insurance corporation, PlaintiffVS

Box 266, Starke, Florida 32091 ; 10 oz-WHOLE KERNEL Pride
doing business under the firm LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS, SARANELL M. TRAVIS, individually SC AND CREAM STYLE

name of "FASHION MENU Respondent. SARANELL M. + 11 PURE ALL VEGETABLE 1 ll auriwuN
TRAVIS, Executix of the Estateof
COMPANY" P. 0. Box 266, I CORN PLAIN OR SELF-RISING FROZEN f. a CANS
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO L Edd Travis, deceased etal. 11'
Starke Bradford County, Defendant 11 E

Florida 32091, intends to register I
5 LBBAG
: 3 LB.CAN 6/99
said fictitious under the
name
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY ,
',
LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS ,
sLa sa
provisions of aforesaid statute. 718 Kennedy Circle r a "i i _?' rwl
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Jerome Elwer! sole owner. ..t;: .. .
Douglas, Georgia 31553 .,
November Dated ,this A. D.19th 1974 at day Starke of (Last Known Residence) TO TRI-STATE: GLASS, INC. a COMPARE! .N./.: o. T; :'COMPARE o m;:' ,.COMPARE( ouc c.n


Florida.1/21 4tp 12/12 Petition YOU ARE for NOTIFIED Dissolution that of a foreign 1764, Valdostd corporation, Georgia P.O., 31601 Box Skim Milk ".",;.:... 3/65e/ 29a : Sauce PansStuffing C01.........;::. SJ49 20' I Aluminum Foil .'"',;',:"" 29C IAn

i Marriage has been filed against Kleenex Tissue -sai'sSr"::; 39C I Mix :: ::=. 3/51/ 7' I Pie Filling Co....> ::U...-.. 48C IAn

NOTICE OF you in the above-named Court, YOU ARE HEREBY Dill Pickles -r.-asr"- : 89 10' : Fruit I """"
Cake 99e
39e
Marashino IAnFruit
Cherries
FICTITIOUS NAME and you are required to serve a NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose 'yysssftz; ,: : / .

copy of your answer or pleadingto a mortgage on the following Float "Kisxssi::'L :: 3/M/ 35 I Pumpkin Pie ".."/.-.... 89"" 10' I Bucket Olives ...'....'0. ..... 49 10
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Petition on the Peti- property in Bradford County
I---- ---- -- ---- ----I: '"' *
that the undersigned, desiring to tioner's attorney, RICHARD E. Florida: Liquid Detergent wiirr: : 3/M/ 30' Pie Shells ..::: .::.. 99 IUI

engage in business under the WELTY, 114 N. Walnut Street, A parcel of land containing California Tomatoes.r..4MMonogram : 10 Food Gift Certificates
/ : Whipped Topping'v.r"289'Pantry ::
I 211'
/
fictitious name of ACME P.O. Box 995, Starke Florida, 1.447 acres lying in the NW/ olSEVi

HARDWARE AND BUILDERS 32091, and file the original of Section 21, Township C Rice V&TSSS:: 78eNiblets 10- : GIVE A GIFT -;; Pride C0l '' 79 4.
:
Cups .
South, Range 22 East in Starke, ":, .. .
SUPPLY at 301 East Call Street, answer or pleading in the officeof I OF FCC!:'!! .a I
in the City of Starke, Florida, the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin Bradford County Florida, said Corn ..wNOI..LNIL......u..1 3/79/ 30is' ORDER FORMS ,. 3 ..Pantry Pride Cups CC:: :Y" 65 ,.,
\tf
and for Bradford County, parcel being more particularly ,iM 47" I AVAILABLE '_ I
i intends to register the said name Florida, on or before December described as follows: Lindsey Olives "L'IN' a PANTRY EALLSTORES.\ -- Foam Cups ra*':r 59 i 0.

with the Clerk of the Circuit :30, 1974. Commence at the intersection Shave Cream xrzssxs. 3/M/ ..0..0.......... .0*tl M .
Court of Bradford County Real Property at issue is as of the Southerly boundary :... bOCATIO IN tTOfllC AM* O' 19" White I Plates t rsri69: < '0.

Florida. of said NWY. of SE'/4 and the
follows: ------------- ----- ---
DONALD P.TOOLE Lots 12 and 13, Block 1, Nat Easterly boundary of the right- i. : MEDAL) .

AND Williams/ Subdivision, as per plat of-way of State Road 200 (U.S. FOLGER'S I GOLD J IYNOLOS ,.
40* : 'NO IM
GEORGIA E. TOOLE X1)) and North 17
thereof recorded in Plat Book 2 run degrees
FLOUR
I
2440 Brass St. at Page 67 of the public records 25' 40" East along said Easterly i COFFEEYaCVVMI! .mt WNNBATUHKIT SPRAT BREADI'age
PLAIN' ON HL/ RISINQ t LI 1A0. Sill .
Inteflachen, Fla. of Bradford County, Florida, all boundary 134.42 feet to an iron OFF .. IPAMTMV )
In NWV4 of SW/ of Section 22, stake for point of beginning I WITH THIS..COUIK1M.... .O 4."VOOOI 0000.TMHyHO. AT /a 0ttN N/0r MII'.'0' a 0./000r Nlr,.,at .
.I*.l>r..MMT I COUPON I .... '",.,. ....,...ca..alO. .-49
11/21 4t 12/12 Tnvunnhio"' 6 South Range 22 From point of beginning thus u"J
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December 12,1971$ TELEGRAPH Page 15

I Firemen Culled Twice In Week


_._ _
ISTI\IU'o.r. me stance Hre
damage being reported by the
Department was called out on ire depait.aent
after the
fire alarms
weekend.two over the blaze was extinguished.

Saturday afternoon about

4:40: p.m. the Department Firemen Families
answered an alarm for fire at

the residence of Carolyn Enjoy Christmas

Carver at 427 North Cherry

Street. Dinner PartyThe

A spokesman said the fire

was evidently caused by an Starke Fire Department
electrical short in an ap- had its annual Christ

plica nee at the residence and mas dinner party Thursday
most of the damage was evening December
5, at the
BABY SITTING Call
caused by smoke. FOR : Beverly
fire station with the blessingsof CLASSIFIED AD RATES SALE Salesman
964 8993 Bayless Highway.
A kerosene healer became Chief Harold Glasgow. samples. Jeans size 9-10, FRED SACKETT-REALTOR

flooded and caught on fire at There were 33 firemen and Deadline for insertion/ blouses size 9-10 and some Itp 205 N. Temple Ave. (US.301)) OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
- -- --
the home of Mrs, B. A. Stevenson 12. 1327 E.
their families attending. All Tuesday Noon preceding Call Street. Alice 904/9646522 100 W. PH. 964.5606 ;
West Pratt Street early agreed the food, with a Thursday before publication Graham.. 12/5 2tchg 12/12 POSITION WANTED: Young Nealy "MAC" McConnell py I UI .an

Monday morning with no southern accent,was deliciousand Minimum Charge$2.00 --- ----- --- woman, 38, no ties to live in Associate W.o.:

a most enjoyable time (Covers 15 Words) as sitter for elderly. Small
was had by all. The meal was Each word over 15 FOR SALE Corn fed freezer salary. Call Rev. Hamel, 468- Multiple Listing Service FREE LOT RENTAL FOR ONE HALF YEARIN

FLORIDATHEATRE planned, prepared and served 10 cents beef at reasonable price.. J.R. 1666. tfchg.ALCOHOLICS. TAREX Relocation Service OLIN'S MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION WHEN YOU

by Eldon Sapp, Scotty Wainwright. Ph. 964-7835. - ------- Member, Farm and Land PURCHASE YOUR MOBILE HOME FROM OLIN'STF

Khodcn, Pat Henry. and All Classified. Ads must be 12/53tchg 12/19 Brokers Assn.Mortgage .
olhel's.S'III.I.UNClIlIENU. paid for In advance unless ANONYMOUS Broker
you -- --- -- -- --
964-7959 or 964-5148. 10/3
have an established account
with the Telegraph. In that FOR SALE Good selection of 13tp 12/26-------/ Nice 3 bedroom on 2V acres
-
event 50 cents extra chargefor quality pecans shelled and located in rural area just outside

FriSatSunAt I December 1C-2I billing. Not responsible for, unshelled reasonable priceat city limits.Beautiful YOUNG Bradford' County Elementary Schools errors when given over the Starke Farmers Mkt. Open

7:00: and Monday Middle Sloppy School Joeon, bun fruit cup phone or when copy Is not daily. 12/5 3tchg 12/19 t brick 2 bedroom, sun
nullerod corn potato chips, milk. typed and brought to the ofifice. ---------- FOR RENT ] porch 2 years old, wall to wall Vacuum Cleaners

Tuesday Boot' vegotnblesoup, peanut carpets.
YAMAHA and Conrad Used Machines $10
: The most niaKiiifirriitpicture milk butler, landwlch. tossed salad orange. layaway now for Xmas guitars at, ups

I, orr! Wednesday Macaroni and cheese, r Dahmers Discount. tfchg. FOR RENT: 2 BR Unfurnished Large 3 bedroom masonry, New & Rebuilt Kirby -

0 y I WICKS-.H ,. .. ,, bologna cabbage slaw, poaches, rolls, --- -------_ house. In town with large cent. heat & air, Florida room
DAVID ? M rwi"M O",,ll,? ""Ik
Thursday Christmas' Dinner Roast t fOR SALE 1 yard. Couple or small family. fireplace, in Starke. Expert Repair Service All Makes
'turkey mashed potatoes. dressing with : FOR SALE REgistered Angus Ph. 964-5078. S135. 1tp Models
giblel gravy preen beans cranberry cows. Heifers and bull calves. ------ ------ Completely remodeled 3 &
I aucc ambrosia rolls, milk J.B. White. Phone 964-6114 bedroom in the country, on a '
117 N. Walnut 964-8787 'Starke Fla
riday Chicken and rice green peas, FOR RENT Two West
964-8775.. tfchg : cottages nice corner lot, wall to wall
orange juice
carrot slicks rolls, milk
FOR SALE: LAKE BUTLER ----------- Call Street. No pets $125 per carpets.
Bradford' High School Lake lot $5,000, 5 BR, 2 bath month. Call 964-6491. Itp
Monday Spaghetti with meat home $27,500, 3 BR home FOR SALE 2 old 12
sauce year Magic --- -------- X 60 mobile home on 1975 BEETLES
tossed sdl.icj i pear French bread $9.000,13 acres with pond 6 Chef gas stove in good condi- waterfront lot. Long Champ
in IkTuesday FOR RENT Warehouse 38 48 Coming Soon!
63 acres near Raiford $1,350 tion $150, avacodo.. Call 533- : x ,

tomato' French Hamburger tries, 't on peach bun lettuce milk an acre. Ray Powell Broker 2001 after 6 p.m. 12/5 2tchg 6678 large after loading 3 door. Call 964- Acreage of all sizes most with (Some '74' Left) E Home and
1tp
Wednesday Salisbury steak' mashed Ph. 496-3033 or 496-3861. 12/12 p.m._ good terms.
ootatoes mustard ----- -----
greens corn bread ----- MaterialsWE
butter milkThursday tfchg ------- (Building }
----------- FOR RENT 2 BR trailer.
: 964-
Christmas Dinner Roast
Wormy1' \ : FOR SALE: Used solid body BUILD
ulT.n l turkey mashed potatoes, dressing with Gibson 8245 or 9645290. lip
inblet FOR SALE Christmas trees. guitar with Gibson
gravy green beans cranberry A.J. Thomas
Realtor
.
Acad.my ----------- YOUR PLANS OR OURS
sauce ambrosia. rolls. milk. See Mrs. W. A. Stern, 301 amplifier at Dahmers
(''LAII1s.GABLL. Awardsl'IEN crackers Friday, Chih with, b.Ans.los.ad. salad South. Ph. 9645614.125 3tp Discount. tfchg. FOR RENT Mobile Home 621 Tel.N.964-6162 Walnut St. YOUR LOTOR OURS'
-f chocolate cake fresh fruit
\ LEIGH( hulk 12/19 -- -- ---- -- subdivision V4 acre lots $35 FREE
ESTIMATES
-- ---------- mo., 3 miles from city limits at Three bed frame
_ room dwelling
LESLIE INWARDOIJlVdcILVMLLND. FOR SALE 38 Snub nose intersection of Hwy 16 and corner Lot ((2 paved Streets) in REMODELING REPAIRS

Revolvers $4995, 22 hand MotorcyclesFOR Morgan Road. Ph. 9645606. City. Fenced yard, close to
I Il1N() ',Alb Electric Pencili t :J ADDITIONS
,MCTROCOLOR from tfchg shopping Owner is sell
i guns $19.95 357 ready to ,
.. > uppMcrs, 3 different styles
w ? .OM MGM 0 Magnum 11500. Dahmers ----------- for 15000. Terms. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
.[JGJ] MEIRO-COIDWTN MAYER 1 in .1 I ink, i I h.tndv tai homo or
-'...,-,:,,. United Artists Ih,, i I ("r. sllt ,|I1| Tin Office Discount. tfchg FOR RENT: 2 BR unfurnished TRADED
," 11' -- -------- SALE 1972 Honda 450 house, $115 per mo. 534 W. 15 acres, out of City with pecan PO E 1 ACREAGE FOR SALE
T M C A T K t GARAGE SALE Saturday in good condition. Call 9648182.1tp ,. Madison. Ph. 9648404. Itchg trees, old home, good well,
ADDS 964-6853
close
to a development. Offer
front of Johnson's Feed ---------- -- us

Store. Itp 2200000. HWY 301 S. STARKE TF
----------
Sat. At FOR RENT 12' wide mobile- 42223Nflth
---------
301 STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 2&J homes outside city limits. J.B. 32 acres close to a development. St.
1:00: and 2:00: SALE 6 9 Unoleum
FOR
by
: 964 611" If Some timber
N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, White. Ph. no offered for BRING NEW II
Sun. At 3:00: $3,98,9 by 12 Unoleum$7,98. Your authorized HODAKA answer call 964 8175. tfchg. 2000000. Terms.
Also 12 by 12 and 12 by 15 in dealer. LIFE TO YOURCARPETING
DRIVE-IN stock. Hundreds to 'choose tfchg.------ JIMMY MOORE'SSun
--- 20 acres, good graded road,
from at Dahmers Discount with well septic tank and light SportsMORE

tfchg THINK CHRISTMAS: Think pole $23,000.00.Larger Revive the original beautyof
Fri & Sat ---- ------ BOAT FOR Cleaned
in
Montesa Mo-Peds, Minicycles t your rugs.
u WANTED ]
KvfA gEFOA[ a srtsowx FOR SALE: Case pocket knives Bushwacker Cycle shop. 431- tracts of acreage in YOUR MONEY TF your own home ....
,. 3 Big Pictures ''''
Dahmers Discount. by Von Schrader
AKrwxHl! now at 1370. ltpMISCELLANEOUS Bradford County, offered at STARKE PH 964-5791 dry-foam method. 1.
,
tfchg. reasonable t
-- ---------- prices with terms.
1 of the --- ------- No muss.No fuss.
Valley WANTED: Used portable T.V. COMPLETE OUTBOARD a No odor. Use the
WUVE collard Sets at Dahmers Discount. STERN DRIVE SERVICECOMPLETE
FOR SALE Cabbage same day.

IftIT !L) j I. ,a ; 't.CRRTOONSI .. Giants plants 1.50 per 100, mustard .... .tfhQ...!.? ,AJ'oIQ( R.FPAIRr.I:'! ; ; 'ro do work' tAll
& turnips .40 bundW. Ph. ------ -
I per FIBERGLASS
2 Tarzan and the 468-1490. Itp LILLIAN C. PEARSONREALTOR REPAIR guaranteed.Phone .
for FREE
----
--- ---
HQnS6lab4GR6T81I vally of Gold Phone (Anytime)782-3806 CUSTOM BUILT FIBER estimate
FOR SALE Gas stove $25, LOST AND FOUNDLOST GLASS FISHING BOATS today.

refrigerator $10, electric WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Frame Home 2 BR (Sun porch, <
'N Og 3 Goliath and the roaster with cabinet bas $35.
l could be 3rd BR), partially
Ph. 964-5069. Itchg furnished, cent heat/air STARKE ROOFING CO.
M&M Sales & Service
VampiresSUN ------- ---- Many brandr of new vacuums : Keys and sunglasses. outside city 14000. For guaranteed Roofing

XMAS'SALE Dec. 14, 8 a.m. Used machines available. Reward. Call 964-7404 or 964- and Roofing Repairs call 964-62101! 444 G Stark pint

.191 r & MON to 4 p.m. All toys $3. All New Expert Repairs all makes. 6019. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with 468-1243
men, boys Er ladies shoes, Parts and Accessories for all --- - - aluminum siding. Nice lot with Hampton, Florida

.. "Monique"PLUS purses clothing& many other vacuums. Built in central chain link fence Lawtey 4tp Well Drilling
items. Dealers welcome. 216
''f vacuum cleaning systems.712 13625.
llt.f.OWtiM l1 mi. N. Lawtey on 301, Greenhouse AutomobilesUsed
fPHr !; N. Main Gainesville 3767110.TF F. Rot' "V
No inflation prices 3 BR 1'h bath furnished
2 8 a=I here. Geo. McKowen. Itp doublewide mobile home on 1 CAL'S PLUMBING Drilling EquipmentFor
i Pants --- ----- -- --
'Hot Holiday'HOW -- -- -- ---- acre with access to Spring Lake. lU-p.ur and Construction.
-
FOR SALE Cedar Xmas trees SAWS SHARPENED work Hookup for another MH All work dime by Licensed
FOR SALE 1973 Oldsmobile
$5. Cut or dig your own. guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Omega 350-V/8 with R-H.Ps. 13650. I'lumber Phone i4-G947!)( 2" Thru 6" WellsCall

0U Butch Faulkner. 964-6534. leave at Jackson Building Hatchback, 13,000miles. $200 10-24-74 llp( 1-10-75.: Us For
12/122tp 12/19 CECELIA T. TERWILLEGAR
Supply, Starke or Keystone. equity f Er take over payments. Your Water System Needs
---------- Associate
Heights tfchg Ph. 9648414.. 1tp
TO HAVE A FOR SALE 27,000 BTU A/C Phone 9645145
- - ------ - -
U HAPPIER CHRISTMASYou $75 baby furniture $5 each, 8 M&M Sales & Service Z47O61Durrance
track cartable with speakers REAMES HEATING SERVICE FOR SALE 1966 Ford Comet
Pump &
$35. Ph. 9648290. Itp We service and install all gas automatic and power NEW & USED

- --- ----- and oil appliances. Get your steering good condition. Supply

| FOR SALE Firewood, pine or heater cleaned now. Call 964- $350. Ph. 964-8750. 1 1tp- I Sewing Machines Developers Of
---- - Ho now (lace fulltime appli
cant be
just completely happy unless
hardwood. Green or dry $66 7730. 11/21 4tchg 12/12
you also enjoy good health. December' changeable for large dump truck load. Ph. --- --------- ,(mice repairman for all your Vacuum Cleaners Under Ground Water
"" needs.
weather, or overexertion from too much 964-8331 or 468-1551. 1tp 11II repair 864 N. Temple Ave.
--- -------- BOOKKEEPER experienced Parts Repairs
preparation can lower your resistance to colds HOUSES FOR SALE Call Badcocks Starke Fla.
or Infections. Hurried, incomplete meals FOR SALE AKC registered double entry. Excellent re- All Makes
can 964-5289 Sales & Service TFN
FJ "poodles. Call 964-5628 after ferences. Available for part ....
affect your proper vitamin intake. 5 p.m 12/12 2tp 12/19 time employment. Call 964- Call 964-6210

Phone us now, if you wish us to send youa -- -------- 7509. 11/283tchg 12/12 FOR SALE 1973 Parkwood 12
bottle ------------ x70 mobile home, 3 BR, 2 full 444 G Starke Plaza ? ROOFING AND
of your favorite vitamins or drop in to f FOR SALE Sacrifice beautiful
PAUL C. NUGENT, JR. electri bath central heat & $ SAVE
air, $
Inspect our stock of dependable quality, fairly dappla pony gelding. Fat ft
priced vitamins of needed Fine$50. Bird dogs mother ft cal contractor, commercial expando living room, huge ROOM ADDITIONS
every potency. male pup. Best offer. 782- and residential wiring. Ph. screened porch Er front FRED DAVIS .

3353.1tp 468-1406. 11/21 4tp 12/12 awning. $1200 equily. Also PumpsNew ALUMINUM a VINYL
will sell rent huge lot & GMC TRUCKS
--------- or
-- -- ----- ---
YOU OR VOCR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
facilities. 4 miles S. of Starkeon I BUICK PONTIAC"A SIDINGBLOCK
when you need a delivery. We will deliver tl FOR SALE 40,000 BTU Gas MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also 301. Ph. 964-5774 or High LITTLE RIDE CAN And UsedSALES

promptly without extra charge. A (treat many heater with blower, used two mobile home hurricane anchoring Springs 454-2880-keep trying. I SAVE YOU A
LOT TF & CEMENT
people rely on us for their health need. We months $75. New E-70-14 and mobile home roof
welcome for service and 1tp GREEN COVE SPRINGS"INSURANCE
request delivery charge PARTS
Polvglass W/O W/W tires. Olin's MOBILE Home WORK
coating. -------- - TILE
accounts. $25. Ph. 964-5037. Itp Service.. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. FOR SALE 66 x 12 deluxe SERVICE *
------------ DEEP 8c SHALLOW WELLS
Starke, Fla. tfchg mobile home decorator AND STUCCO
Phone 964-6757 DELUXE LIFETIME guaranteed .:'- - mirrors king size bed. gold AT REDUCED RATES

KOCH'S DRUG STORE Ol metal Social Security plates carpet throughout. 1650 N. Plumbing Supplies CEILINGSCARPENTER
with nauga-hide carrying case HOUSE PAINTING, Interior- Temple Ave. 964-7212. Itchg AUTO, FIRE, BOAT .

PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS only $2. Free catalog. H. Exterior, hourly or by con- ----------- DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE EXPERT SERVICEON
Calf r Colston Import/Export. Box tract. First class workmanship WORK
166 W. : (B w-ran-TO Starke, 'Fla. 374, Starke, Fla. 12/56tp 1/9 guaranteed Call Lonnie FOR SALE -70 x 123 BR, 2 full AGENCY TCHGBRASINGTON ALL MAKES .
Roberts weekdays 431-1768 baths mobile home. $700 NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE
------------ PHONE 964-7O61

ft 3 R Ift/ n R Hrt y R n RHR y R 3 CHRISTMAS- 01 painting SPECIAL, miniature SALE ,after 11/234tchg 5, anytime 12/19 on weekends. down Itchg Temple& good Ave. terms.Ph. 964-7212.1650 N. DurrancePUMP 782-3759.

------------
dolls plants and other things. CADILLAC-OLUSMOK1LE:
--- -- -
------
1011 W. Madison St. ltpDON'T SEWING MACHINE REPAIRAll SALKS&SKIUICK a SUPPLY co.
------------ FOR SALE 1974 65 x 12, 3
makes cleaned, oiled and Fine of B64-N. TEMPLE AVE.
selection Used
Spanish Moss Is Thief adjusted $7.. All James olkguarant.ed. room BR, 1,h full baths carpet, front mobile living Taken On Cadillac trades Cars AUCTION!

2001( .W.13th :JiM-:>:IOI
home. Ave.
1650 N. Temple.
Strickland Morgan Road and GAINESVILLENEED
4i;4 M It Robs Fruit Nut Shade Trees SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 9647212. Itchg Davidson When?
---------- --
"M of Vitality and Reduces 3189.Also scissors sharpened Public Auction Every

Crop Quality and Quantity $1. tfchg FOR SALE Two mobile homes Mobile Home ParkIn Fri Night At 7:00:
c -------.----- and lots. One-2 bedroom 1973 YOUR ATTIC,

Our Special Formula Power Spraying ...PUT GIFTS TAX SEASON IS HEREI BRAD- model; One-3 bedroom 1972 GARAGE OR SPARE City Limits Where?

Quickly Kills Moss and It's Seed FORD SECRETARIALBOOKKEEPING model. Cash or financed. J.B.
NEAR FIRES! ROOM EMPTIED? $30 Per Mo.
White
2' Without Harm to Trees, Shrubs SERVICE pick up & 9646114tfchg_ BALDWIN AUCTION
delivery ------ ---- The
Competent reliable. Tha Clll
or Grass It's Safe & Economical During the holidays it's Walk_To New MART
Nothing too
big or small. Negotiable -

Free Inspection great in to have fireplace.a roaringfire Butmake rates. Call now'' !964-) BRICK JUNK MANHe Shopping: Center 255 U. S. 90 W.
your 6628 12/5 2tp 12/12
Water & St*.rOn
City Oas
and Estimates sure it stays there. ------": Baldwin, Fla.
EST --- 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine Will Haul It

Phone 964-5745 Keep the tree and gifts RETIRED .CARPENTER desires Rm., Kit., Carport, Nice part of Away Free! 301 South Also Open Dally 10.00 5:;00

ONTIl away from the fireplacesand work: Home additions, town. For Dally aal.a l

Professional Pest Control Services heaters. remodeling repairing. Large Call 468.1543 Jolu Motel
or small jobs Free estimates. George Roberts Real Estate y'all Come
Ph. 964-8253. 12/52tp 12/12 964-7826 or 964-6693 AFTER 6:00: P.M. 964-8810

under The Direction of Graduate EntomologistsIOIIDA --------. ----....

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Obituarieschildren. I Methodist Choir BHS Puts It Together I

F. S. SmithFoster Ga., and Jerry Fowler, Will Present .
Norcross, Ga. two brothers.Rev. .
the Bradford Funeral services were heldat ;
County Forestry Farm, Bureau, the 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Paul W. Fowler, Dora- Yule CantataThe "We just put it all together. Hurse. The Tornadoes raided punting averaging 40 yards in
Shl Smith, 71 promi- Bradford-Union Cattlemen's United Methodist Church with ville Ga., and Ralph Fowler They were expecting the run Milton for a 14-0 first quarter four boots.
nent retired school teacher, Association, and the Florida the pastor Rev George Forest Park, Ga.; and two Methodist chancel choir and we threw the ball," said lead. The half finished up just
cattleman, and timberman, of Forestry Association. Harper, officiating. Interment sisters, Mrs. Viola Mize, with Mrs. Alicia Steffa, Head Bradford Coach David like the game 3514. Neither Prevatt had great pass
at Starke St. Vincent's died Saturday, Dec. 7. Surviving are his widow, was in the Hawthorne Ceme- Macon, Ga., and Miss Louise director,and Mrs. L.J. Green, Hurse of the 35-14 sinking of a team scored in the second blocking from the offensiveline
Hospital in Mary Ann, and two sons, tery with arrangements in Fowler, Ocala. organist, will present a visiting Milton team to land a half. the entire night. He was
Jacksonville. after an extended James K. and Stephen F. charge of Williams-Thomas Funeral services were heldat cantata, "The Song of berth in the 1974-75 Class 3A "We did not plan to go to the not rushed l for any pass but
illness.A Smith, all of Starke; a ,,'uneralllome of Gainesville. 4 p.m. at the graveside in Christmas,"by Roy Ringwaldat semi-final grid playoff. passing game but we were three times the whole game.
native of Hawthorne, Mr. daughter Shi Ann Shimer, St. Lawtey Cemetery with Rev. the Sunday morning 11 The win gave BHS the successful so we stuck with a Hurse had great praise for
Smith had retired after 32 Mrs. Jim Black and Rev. Melvin o'clock service. Region 1 championship and good thing," commented center Marlon Thornton and
years of teaching in the public Bessie Augustine Oldham; a, sister Jacksonville; Gladys AyerMrs. Drake officiating. DeWitt C. The cantata is the-story of places the Tornadoes in a Hurse. guards Alan Norton and David
schools. He was a member of two brothers Charlie Smith, Jones Funeral Home was in the Nativity as told in contest with Ocala Forest this Prevatt had a sprained Harper, who did the great
the First United Methodist Hawthorne and Hogan Smith, Gladys Ayer, 80, of charge of services. Christmas songs, carols and Friday night at 8 p.m. at ankle and with the doctoringof blocking job. He also commended -
Church, the State Agriculture Stadium in Dr. Robert A. Giudice of Edwards and
Biblical verses. This will be Booster Ocala. Tommy
Starke; and three grand- Starke died Sunday, Dec. 8, in
Advisory Committee on Bradford County Hospitalafter Mable W. Shank followed by the symbolic Bradford's scoring came Gainesville Wednesday night Chuck Cox at the tackles. I
Christmas tree service, and from five touchdown pusses Prevatt had his passing gameof
a long illness. She was "It is hard to pick out any
the presentation of gifts by the from an injured sophomore his career. Prevatt hit 12 of defense
born in Starke on August 14, one player on the for
18SM\ the daughter of Thomas Mrs. Mable W. Shank, 66, of children for the Methodist quarterback Jimmy Prevatt. 25 passes for an incredible 245 doing a good job.because
EXXON and Hannah Sparkman Man- Starke, died Saturday, Dec. 7, Children's Home at En Four of the passes were to yards, averaging. 20 yards a everybody did a fantastic job
sell early settlers of the following a short illness. terprise.The tight 'end Donnie Sewell and reception.His of holding Milton," said
Starke area. She was the Born in Rochester Mills, choir will also presentthe the other to Richard Lashley. favorite target Sewell, Hurse. All three down men,
widow of Lewis B. Ayer, and Pennsylvania, March 22, 1908, Cantata at the 7 p.m. "With the passing game you got six passes for a total of 153 uoseman Scott Pooser and
Year End Tire Sale was an active member of the Mrs. Shank had lived in evening service at St. Mark's pick up bigger chunks of yards, plus the four touchdowns tackles Mark Hildrcth and
Bradford County Historical Starke for the past two years Episcopal Church Sunday yardage and it did not take us "Sewell had the" best Jimmy Clark were praised by
and four months where she night. as long to score," said Coach game of his career also, said Hurse.

All Atlas Tires In Stock Society.Mrs. Ayer is survived by checker was employed for as a payroll Seek ,0........ ....................................... tastic Hurse.job"Prevatt, just in the did fact a that fan Pooser led the Tornadoes in
one son Mansell Ayer, and a clothing manu- ; tackles with 10 individual
he He could
two grandchildren, all of facturer, and was a memberof played. not" even tackles and two assist. Early
after contractors ,
are
paid walk .
Starke. the Methodist Church. (From Page 1)) Thursday night. Chandler made nine tackles'
Funeral services were heldat Surviving is her husband, Gaskins pointed? out, sayingthe Bradford's running game and two assist while
cold in rooms, Dwight
it too
keep some board is not getting what it was halted somewhat compared -
Dealer in Jones Clair G. Shank of Starke and Dale ,
11 one Barber Haas both
a.m. Wednesday ;
and failure to replace carpet for when systems did not to usual with
Vr'Ec; Memorial Chapel with Rev. sister, Mrs. Cevilla Kinter of paid Tommy made six tackles. Sheldon
when the
buildingwas function after in
damaged
properly Reddish with
leading 40 yardsin
"" ( James Starling conducting. Carlsbad, N. M.; and two Hodge and Johnny Nichols
vi' flooded during heavy stallation. Parrish said the 12 carries and Beaver
.I Interment was in Prevatt brothers, Thad F. Work of made five tackles each and
rains due to an inadequate that bothers him is
to
t I' Cost Cemetery under direction of Miami, and Robert H. Work, thing go DeSue following with 38 yardsin David McMillian and Clark
$ drainage system. the
through present buildingsand carries.
; C. Funeral Jr. of Cleveland, Ohio. seven
DeWitt Jones both made four tackles.
still have the
"We same the deficiencies.
n 2c. see Reddish was bright with his
r. Home. Services were held at 2 problems. There is just no II. __-._....._____ --...... -...... ---"" _.ht __St...Sn___ 4___
Active pallbearers were p.m., Monday, Dec. 9, in the Follow-through," said Chair- y Wy YW y W YW y Wy
<( = i Plus I Vernon Reddish, E. M. Pre DeWitt C. Jones Funeral man Rodney Hall, who statedhe Open Sun. .
vatt, Coy Alvarez, D. M. Home with the Rev. George L. had intended last June 14 to : '.
rt PlusF.ET Haile Harold Waters, and Joe Harper, minister of the First recommend a new architectbut at 1:00tlllXmas( ChrlstlnasTree
Holmes. United Methodist Church, his wife entered the
Mounted Included officiating Cremation hospital and he missed the

W. E. Fowler followed. approved.The meeting at. whichMorgan was

Radials Belted Conventional
William E. Fowler, 69, of ; school board must pick
ti
Hampton died Saturday, Dec. ( ... arUdCQ up the tab for repairs made
/"'
Water's Exxon 7, in Gainesville after a long Headquarters
illness. Born in Georgia on .cQ .
Dec. 8, 1904, he was a retired
S. Walnut StarkePh. truck driver and a Baptist. Sunday Sunday School, ) .. Sizes
800 Surviving is a daughter, C. 4' to 8'
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11;
!Mrs. Katherine Ingram of
964-5458 Sale Ends 12-31-74 College Park, Ga.; two sons, sermon: "Life's Chruch In.dispensables" -
Bobby L. Fowler Marietta, ; 5 Lb. Bag Of
Training, 6:15: ; Evening
Worship, 7:30: -Church Choir FREE
will present "The Music of -- GrangesWith

cy :'.i Christmas.Monday -" Girls Ensemble, '.it earU6tCQ 1 Each Tree Purchased

6:30: ; Youth Choir, 7 p.m.
Super Wednesday Church Wide
.cQ?
r rrA>4l1 f''r M 'y r r Christmas National Party Guard to be Armory held at, Vine Ripe' Ruskin. Pole YellowTOMATOES

Edwards LoopCoveredDish Experience the Joy of
7 p.m. Christmas this Sunday at CORN
the First Baptist Church of BEANS
100 ThursdayInspiration and Starkelll I

Visitation Visitation, ,7 p.m.9:30: a.m.; this Hear message our pastor this Sunday preach 3bSFoR9 oo 3 FOR $1 00 90

',r :i -Ben P.Bryant,pastor morning: Ibs Doz.

CattleSupplemen St. Mark's "Life's
n r !r r .r. Indispensables"Sunday Closed Fri. Night at 5:30: To Support BHS Tornadoes in Ocala

episcopal Evening, Come
Church Hear Our Church Choir Norman's Farm Softball team will have a rummage sale
Present A Concert of
J / nl r Church and lEnt Jackson 8trt Christmas Music Saturday, Dec. 14, all day at the Produce Market I.o I.

THE REVyOHN M. FLYNN
"The Music of Christmas""The

d > Thursday, Dec. 12 Norman's
If Your Thinking Of'. + { r Brownie Troop meeting. Church With a Heart, Farm
In The Heart of Starke"Ben

Using Liquid Feed ,.:T" :,/, Choir Friday Practice, Dec., 3:30 13: -p.m.Junior P. Bryant Produce Market

..'" i: Sunday, Dec. 15 Holy Pastor ?.
Try Super 100 Eucharist, 8:30: a.m. Church
School 9:43: ; Holy Eucharist, Opci. Tem| |e Are.
First and Save ... ... 11) Junior EYC meeting, 5 to Minister William of George Music 96 ;. /:i:,+; 6:30: p.m.; Senior EYC Farm Fresh Daily
meeting 6:45 to
8:15: p.m. o I
Money Monday. Dec. 16 II
Brownie ---------- I
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Troop (i04, 4:30: p.m.
Tuesday. Dec. 17 Girl
Scour Troop 614. 3:30: p.m. John Brown'sPrice




PINE- L L "' Mobile Home Center


BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy 21 Keystone Heights 473-3775
,: olliia ITIItlUltt1D'llll ,

'.r John Brown Can Put you ini973Repossessed < |

"Tel' A

A -.-..IIIIUeMUI" _OJ Home 150Dovn

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Four miles west of Starke on I
Simplifies SK-100. Church phone 964- II II
6490. Parsonage, 9646407. I
Non-Toxic F-R-M ManagementUnder Sunday Bible School, 10 .!* I
a m. Sunday Morning Wor- ,
ship, 10:50: ; Sunday Evening
All Can Be Self-Fed Training. 6 p.m. Sunday Ai.
Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
FeedingPractices Or Top Dressed Wednesday Evening
Worship, 7:30.: Choir w -
Rehearsal, 8:30.:
IWT-......11....MIU.IIC.....: On FeedIncreased Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m.

Y v'MI'Y -' '- Sunday Evening Teen .
Singers practice, 5 p.m. -
Profits Teen School Prayer MeetIng -
Stable Retains It 8 a.m. Tuesday and
Greatly Improve Thursday in room A-18 at high
school. Bring your Bible.
Potency and Is
--- -- Forage and

not Leached Out Revenue. .

Roughage Utilization. (From Page 1)
Nor Concentrated
Greater Quantities Of from the intangibles tax of
I By Rain etc. which about 40 per cent is
based on a tax on new mortgages
Roughage are Eaten.When This and 60 per cent on a c.Dont .\
tax of intangible assets suchas
I Happens Your Profits Increase. stocks and bonds. The -O
picture for counties could be
even worse if the stock market .
! slumps again by Jan. 1, when
WELL BALANCED MINERALS the value of stocks will
determine the tax for 1975,the
department said.
PACKED WITH VITAMINS The change in revenue-
sharing for cities is relatively

minor, the department said, J .
't + T 'z : ,Yr
with the estimate for their M ? -
revenue-sharing trust fund cut
1 only $2 million from $168
A&KFEEDU.S. million. The cities' trust fund
receives money primarily
from cigarette and gasoline
taxes. \

Forget To Ask John About
301 North 964-8711 GARBAGE CANS: Staplers
3M: tape and tape dispensers I

Behind Tastee Freeze home cards, ,Columar and office many Pads and ,school Index more His Rental Purchase Plan

supplies. The Office Shop.


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