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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,- Bradford High Club sweethearts selectedthis
Football Homecoming festivI- year are: Teresa Devore,
ties begin Thursday night at Science Club; Ellen George,
7:30: with Tornado Whirl, fea- History Club; Phyllis Con- n j 9r3.NfiC., rA ,. Apartments '
turing crowning of the 1975 trears, FBLA; Vickie Hazen, v
,.queen. a bonfire pep rally and Camera Club; Linda Jones, (
,,[class skits. Interact; Margaret Norman, i
Jesse Moore director of FCA; and Karen Mosely, .
general services for the Brad- DCT. .v'
ford School Board, will be There will be a dance I
master of ceremonies for the the game at the STARKE Opponents of the apartment complex proposed for SR-100 just west of town got a first
event. Details on skits were Nation Guard Armory on taste of victory Tuesday night as the City Council decided to withdraw its tentative agreement to t
'not available at presstime Edwards Road. provide utility service to the structure.
Wednesday. Living up to campaign promises newly-elected councilman Joe Warren led the group to a 4.1
A 25 cent admission' fee will reversal of its prior agreement with DS&N Development Corp. of Gainesville, builders of the
be charged at the stadium complex,to provide water,sewage and electricity to the apartments. j''
gate, to be divided among the ElectricWorkers 'The way it was presented to us is not the way it reads in the loan application. We were lied to," j
float said Mayor-commissioner Charles Schaefer in defense of the decision. .
classes to help defray ___ .. .'-. _..._____
and other expenses. Schaefer ana other council Zoning. change 01 we area I fall right into that category,
Friday's parade featuring members joined councilman from RlA (single-family residential representing Increased utility t
class and club floats, begins at Harold Epps, member of the ) to R3 (multi-family revenue to the city to help
1:15: on Washington Street. North Central Florida residential) was approved by defray costs of much-needed
The entourage will travel 1 \ \\i; Regional Planning Council, in county officials Aug. 25. A facilities Ruckman said. t
south on US-301 to Call Street Talk t a meeting of its clearinghouse month of analysis and The city has every right to
east on Call to Thompson PaySTARKE committee Wednesday to research of community needs refuse '
Street, .where it will head e oppose approval of an apart- by local officials and external would 'I!
south to Madison Street. A La' l ment loan application made study groups was necessary
Reaching Orange Avenue, it "Not satisfied by DS&N. before the decision was made, which I
will then travel north to with the five per, cent pay Y "Only low and middle income said Zoning Director L.M. $:BOOO t
complete a full circle. increase at all, city electrical vik YAM families will be eligible Gaines. fund.
Friday night's football workers' union represen- v! ," to rent Refusal to provide servicesto A "
game with Palatka begins at 8 tative to the International reads the loan application to the complex would endan-, i
p.m. Allison Aljets will an- Brotherhood of Electrical the Farmers Home Adminis- ger a million-dollar utilities noted y {
nounce the halftime ceremonies Workers will meet next Mon- tration. grant from the Environmental growth
when the homecomingqueen day with city officials to final- "Moderate to middle" income Protection Agency, the city city by !
provide.'I
and her court will be ize the union contract. residents was the ter- council was told Sept. 2.
presented along with club "Don't think the five percent jme minology used by representatives Case for the grant is built 750 I.
sweethearts. across-board increase is of the company asking around improving the city was
Queen candidates are Anita realistic," said IBEW repre- council for utility service on utility system to meet the r
Green daughter of Mr. and sentative Aubrey Watson in June 17, Schaefer maintains. frowth' and environmental I
Mrs. Herbert Green of Starke; meeting with the Starke City "Tentative" agreement to said,
Karen Jackson, daughter of Council Tuesday night. lovide utility service was required by the federal ment .
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jacksonof Watson also said he was of these pretty Union County High School seniors will be chosen. to rei as homecoming presented in the application as government by 1983 said city to the
Starke; Gail Lavender, tired of being put off by the queen next Friday night when the Tigers meet Wllllston. The girls are. left to right:: Jean final consent by the city, engineering consultant Don \,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. council and was anxious to Holmes, Donna Alexander. Esther Watkins and Renee' Newsome.; Schaefer also pointed out. Ruckman.The about
Lavender of Lake Butler; Bev finalize the negotiations NCFRPB screens federal proposed apartments would i
Meng, daughter of Mr. and which began Jan. 7 this year. ..0\\ f ,.ryk loan applications through its
Mrs. Paul Meng of Starke; ,All other portions of the con- tAT clearinghouse committee and h fz
and Gloria Strickland, daughter tract settled the city needs UNIONHIGH Z.f[ recommends action to the
of Mr.,.. and, MrsF.W.. only.to agree on-wage-with. ft I a ;', M.,1Homecoming ". ..loaning party According yw GirlsrTo Enter'r[
,f ckland of King toC lake. yr,181lVto;; complete negot a-' NCFRPB director Charles F,..
tions. S i.ct. 17LAKE Justice. ", '.
\, 1 Motion to appoint a com- Several wordings of the
Blood Drive Set mittee of council members to motion to revoke the agree- ( "
decide the Issue' remained ment were tendered before Calf Scramble
In City SaturdayThe tabled for the duration of the BUTLER Union Candidates for this year's I church float and best business the final version passed
session. ,. County Homecoming will be queen are Donna Alexander, float Other attractions for the reading "All previous commitments '
I First Baptist Church is An increment schedule was highlighted by the return of Esther Watkins Jean Holmes day include a Mystery Rider, by the city to pro- ;t'
sponsoring a blood drive finally presented to Watson by faces from the past says and Renee' Newsome. which will be revealed during vide utility service well ,be v
Saturday,Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. councilman Marc Jackson homecoming activities direc- Candidates are selected by halftime ceremonies at the withdrawn." For' First Time
yto 1 p.m. at the church. rather than an''across-the- tor Sharon Minshew. the football team said head game, dancing girls, clowns Council also reaffirmed by ;
{First Baptist account. this schedule, electrical will\ participate homecomingqueens in the entire student body will be Drill team and nearly 65 other that city engineers will not STARKE A calf scramble begin at 8 p.m. featuring the
1 For further information, workers would be paid $130 a parade scheduled for 1pm. allowed to select the one girlto entries. furnish any engineering plansto for girls will be a new featureof pole bend, Texas barrel II
(contact the Civitan Regional week for their first six monthsof Friday Oct. 17, and UnionCounty's serve as queen. Criteria in judging the floats outside parties without the Ninth Annual Calf weave, clover leaf and arena
Tiger Growl is set for 7:30: will include use of homecoming council approval. 'I
rBloodCenter In Gainesville at employment, $135 duringthe first football coach Scramble and Horse Show races.
1377-6906, or the First BaptistChurch second six months em- will be the of honor Thursday night, Oct 16, theme, neatness durable Warren presented the issue sponsored by the Starke- The scramble will provide
[ at 964-6562. ployment, $158.40 in the with two guest of his former complete with bonfire pep construction and attractiveness because engineers had given Bradford County Chamber of 20 FFA and 4-H boys with the
; second year, $174.90 in the along at that bout rally and skits by clubs and Minshew said.A plans to DS&N while the ten- Commerce at the Fairgroundsin opportunity to win 15 crossbred I'
third year, and a top salary of on players the home field evening's with Willis- classes within Union County pep rally will be held in tative agreement was in ef- Starke on Saturday. calves; and 10 girls the
tm 1t $184. High School. the stadium following the fect.Previous Admission is free. opportunity to win 5. This
I J1 ; Efforts to change some of ton.Sidney Over 70 entries have been parade Friday at motion to with- The evening's en- annual project of the Chamberof
: the of the Padgett who received for the said approximately draw the
i is wording agreementto parade 2:30: utility agreement tertainment will begin at 4 Commerce is designed to
make it read more favorably coached the first Tiger teams Minshew. The Williston High p.m. was requested of the council p.m. with the Ladies Auxiliaryof promote the interest of the
tiTonne :I: toward management was and two of his players Marcus marching band has agreed to Following the game Friday Aug. 5 by Art Loudon, representing the Bradford County Farm youth of Bradford County in
refused. Howard and ydCrews, will march along with the Union night a dance will be held a group of west Starke Bureau serving a fish supperon livestock breeding and
"Agreement will stand as it be honored at halftime cere- band. from 10:30 till ? residents opposed to the the Fairgrounds until 6 'agriculture. Each winner
. is if you stick us with merely a monies when the Homecoming Four awards will be givenfor Theme for the 1975 Home- proposed structure.Commissioner. p.m. Proceeds from the agrees to carry out a pasture
five per cent increase" Watson queen and float awardsare floats: best high school coming festivities is "A More Epps supper will be donated to the improvement and feed
said. announced. float, best civic club float, best Perfect Union." responded that maybe the State Kidney Fund toward the production program, and
council had acted a little has- purchase of a dialysis show their calf at the annual
tily in its June decision, but machine. Price of the supperis Bradford County Fair.
the motion failed by a 3-2 vote.

/ Suit See ks To Force Cason Construction of the apart- designated$1.75. Gov.October Askew as Kidney has scrambles Contestants are: in Gene the Carver boys,
Supt. ments could not be stopped
.,..... only hampered by Tuesday's Foundation month so this is Ken Thompson Donnie
decision noted councilman an excellent opportunity to Cribbs Billy Moody, Donald
the support this worthy cause by R. Wilson Jr., Eddie Spell
Vernon Silcox only 'nay'voter

7:30 To ObeyLAKE Board Shorten Work Dayat "If they to the really motion.want to build Auxiliary having supper of with the the Ladies Farm berg David Steve Harley.Alvarez Bobby, Marcus Reh-

BHS Stadium the thing, they'll find other Bureau. Cruce,, Billy Gnann, David
Scramble activities will ,
Woodard. Dinkey Killey,
means of providing utilities to
FRIDAY said.That's begin at 6:30: p.m. with the Wayne Ellis, Everett Hayes
Spaghetti Dinner BUTLER Union 3:20: and except as other- attorney Wayne Carroll, counseling session was it,' Silcox we're presentation of colors and an Johnny Cowart, Mark Griffith
SES PTA County School Board mem- wise directed by their prin- states that Cason failed and discussion of legal means to down Gainesville why Wednes-going' arena parade of Horse Show Butch Faulkner, Daniel
to
.-.p.m. Prior bers are taking Superin- cipal. Effectively Im- refused to allow teachers to require Cason to enforce the entrants. Master of Griffis and Jeffrey Norman
To Football Game tendent James Cason to court mediately." leave, sending a written board's decision.' Cason day night loan to "speak answered against Ceremonies will be former alternate Dajp Rowe. In the
Adults $1.50 for a declaratory decree that Cason issued a memo to communication threatening questions the legality of this Schaefer.their county agent George Huggins first girls scramble Tammie
Children 7S cents Cason carry out the board's Instructional personnel the suspension if they left at 3:30.: decision under Florida's Plans to city and who has been active for yearsin Johns Rhonda Lowe Cindy
Eat In-TakeOut approval of a shortened work next day stating that theboard's It further states that In- Sunshine Law. county officials presented by DS&N during this annual event. DeWitt Kim Elaine ,
day for teachers. action was illegal structional personnel em- the last four months The first calf scramble will Julie Harris, Terri Parris.
Homecoming Dane Suit was filed Oct. 2 and according to the Department ployees of the school board "It was a secret session. I describe a three-phase buildIng take place at 6:45: p.m. with Belinda Kilby, Brenda Batten
.i30. 1:30 signed by board members of Education's legal counsel. are uncertain of their rights i was there, all the board Phase I of the the second scramble at 7 p.m. Cindy Griffith, and Tressie
BHS Junior Class Pam Thomas. Donald Dukes Teachers were notified to and duties. members were there but the program.would include con- chicken scramble for boys Baldree.
New Armory and newly-appointed Resale continue to abide by the Decision to file suit against public and the press had been project struction 40 units of one, two and girls 7-9 years old will be Sponsors of the event who
Griffis. Cason was served with existing policy until the board Cason was made following the sent away," Cason said. and three bedrooms. held at 7:15: followed by a have contributed funds
SATURDAY the papers Saturday morning legally changes it board's budget approval Rental rates would be $105. chicken scramble for 10-12 toward the purchase of one or
he said. "As far as I know, teachersare "It's all so unnecessary, olds. calves and without
Calf Scramble' session Sept 24. Media were year more ,
$Im, and $145 excluding utilities -
Fairgrounds Board members Morris abiding by Cason'ssuggestion dismissed for the board to Cason said, adding that if the according to DS&N A grand prize of $5 will be whose support this event
board
Dobbs and Crawford do' had followed the Administrative awarded the winnerin
to
Ray said lucky would not be possible are:
Fish Supper Ad- Ronnie Davis.
not desire the suit,Dobbs said. discuss its legal strategy in a Procedures Act spokesman each of the scrambles, with Florida Bank at Starke E.I..
44 p.m.Scram"le ministrative Assistant Fear expressed to both zoning -
Cason called a special transportation suit pending in changing the policy legally $1 being awarded to other DuPont de Nemours Winn-
Howard,McNeal. against the board. the would have been and city officials by opposed -
of board process
meeting the Wednesday contestants who catch a
Dixie Stores
Georgia-Florida
.HorseShow ) The suit drawn board citizens is that the
,by Included In the private nearly completed
Begins e 30 afternoon to ask that by now. apartments will deteriorateinto chicken. Entry blanks for this Poultry Co., Mid-Florida
Admission FREE the board approve legal, a federally-subsidized event can be obtained at the Production Credit Assn.,
counsel for him in the suit. housing project much like the Chamber of Commerce Office Guaranty Federal Savingsand
MONDAYBC "They're asking the court to 202 S. Walnut St, until 4 Loan Assoc., Starke
located east SR-16 in
on
Bd. force me to carry out their Rape Trial Set Today Starke Starke.one .p.m. Friday, October 10. Shrine Club Owen-Joist of
School
illegal order, Cason said The loan requested by At 7:30: the calf scramble for? Florida, Inc.. National
7p.m. adding that the suit was a type for girls will be held and at 7:45: Protein, Inc., Bradford
waste of taxpayers', money. STARKE -Jury trial of a Ft. Hooker's truck revealed a return from furlough grantedby DS&N includes eligibility the final calf scramble County Farm' Bureau
Raiford. Council Cason challenges the board White man on charges of small-caliber handgun and a the prison. on May 11. federal subsidy, Schaefer for boys. Community State Bank of

7iMp.m. .on two points; first that the Involuntary'sexual battery blanket with Caucasian hair In county court this week, a said. the ,Horse ,show events will Starke, Florida Gas and
motion passed at a board begins at 9 a.m. today (Thursday -, on it. as well as articles of Lawtey, man negotiate plea Integration of apartments Hydrocarbons Co., Bradford- '
TUESDAYBrookir Oct. 9)) in Bradford femal the in charges of while was a second fearexpressed
meeting Sept. 15 to allow Circuit clothing report of the Employment Rep Union Cattlemens Assoc..
by
Council teachers to leave half an hour Court, Judge John J. states. intoxicated. opponents Starke Rotary Club and
1 1 30 p.m. is Crews presiding. Hooker is a superintendent building project In application -
earlier than
policy require To Visit Starke Elk. dub BPOE
1802.
LawteyA ,
at Sunland Center in Russell E.Manning 26, pled for zoning change of the ,.
Training
Illegal; secondly: that board Willie James Hooker, 30. Is assuredthe Serving on the committee
guilty to the charge of( 15-acre plot, Davis ,.
UC SchooIBd. Gainesville. ,
members have possibly ,charged with the April 18 rape with unlawful blood alcohol county commission that Florida State Em- organizing the IrIS Scrambleare ,
7IMp.m..c.wr .' violated the Sunshine Law In- of a 21-year-old Gainesville alternate A six-member jury and chosen one level. He was directed by the apartments would be open ployment Service :, ,' William Glover,
-, svot reaching 1U decision to sue.j woman near Speedville In Monday for the were trial. County Judge Elzie Sanders to fer occupancy by both black representative will begin Chamber president. : Harold r
.Minutes from Uw Sept. IS ,Bradford County. Hooker was and white. visiting communities neighboring Davis,, president-elect:
court
costs of$150 and not
.Circuit Friday pay
Gtyr!! QJornmunlly&t meeting reveal that "ln-i arrested April 2t in Gainesville morning court in trial resumes of to enter Bradford County during "If I build a private complex Starke. Warren Carver, Ray Norman.'
t* Bank structional personnel are after the victim spotted State Prison inmate Michael six months Informal court with my own money in Next Wednesday; Oct 15, George Hugglaa. Greg r:
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granted permission,to leave, his camper-pickup truck and Leon Rotes; who Is chargedwith probation. Starke it will be integrated" the representative will be in Alvarez. Bobby Allen. Lowell .
Aecw.Uaw. Laird Up the school at 3:30: p.m each reported the license number.An According to Manning's driver's licensewas Davis said at the July 29 meet- the Lawtey town hall from 1 to Parrish :Terry' Reedy and 4
T.*. eMb escape.
whenperrdaslon
._.tl.r11_l Dull*MMITWK C.r>. weekday except la granted Friday to leave Illegal search of arrest reports, Roton failed to also revoked for 30 days., Ing. 3 p.m. '011'-.. County' Agent-.c Bobby. -l... Taylor.,T'a.'
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r Alpha Nu of DKG Holds Workshop _? Night I

dtt centers Russell Norman -
Alpha Nu Chapter of the and the State Workshop field ,; Mrs.Miss Rosenberg with presented a
Gamma Societymet in Orlando in September.
a gift from the
I Monday night In the VOE gold charm as
Miss Rosenberg gave
room at the Vo-Tech Schoolfor chapter.
'I 5 a workshop to plan the n ball point 30 pens members as favors.from

lBl13 +ffill 0L mffi .eJiJIJaJW13, + coming Members year's of activities.Bradford 1 Y I Bradford About Baker and Union

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SHOPPING County were hostesses.A counties were present.JBIRTHS.

I U.S.301. CENTER Starke, F I a. lace cloth covered the ,
refreshment table and was
I open Mon Wed 9 to 8 .Thurs Sat 9 to 9. Sun 12 to 6LET'S centered by an arrangementof

roses. Punch and dainties .
were served to the guests as
I they arrived: Mr. and Mrs. Mervin
Miss Della Rosenberg, i' Fi Jackson of Starke announcethe
I president, presided over the birth of a daughter,
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fr 'workshop.! She reported on the Heather Linette, born Sept. 28
Southeast Regional Confer- in Alachua General Hospital
i
ence of the Society held in Grandparents are Mr. andI
'5 New Orleans, La. in August i I Mrs. Elmer Lewis of Starke
J and Mr. and Mrs.. Gerald

\ Jackson, Hampton, Iowa.
'Rev. Rich. Bowles t

4' I Offered Mass At


[ffi I] Glenfield Alter Society Meet TroxwellKellyEngagement Told'Mr.


Rev. Richard Bowles,
r f pastor,offered a special Mass .and Mrs. Earl Troxell of
S when he explained the significance I- Boca Raton announce the
2 CALIBER of the sacred vessels engagement of their daughter,
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and vestments used for Mass Eileen Allison, to George
and other liturgical celebra- 'David Kelly, Jr., son of Mr.
RIFLE tions at the St. Edwards Alter and Mrs. George David Kellyof
Society meeting held Tuesday Lawtey.
,
evening, Sept. 23. Miss Troxell is a 1971
.22 caliber .automatic carbine. Walnut Mrs. John Samons, presi- graduate of Boca Raton High
semi Mr. And Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy dent, presided over the meet-
School, and is presently
stock, has 9 shot tubular magazine,and 4 power ing where altar chairman

scope. Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mrs. Jimmy Moore, reported employed assistant in as Boca an orthodontist Raton.
on work carried out in care of
Kelly is a 1969 graduate of
altars and sacristy by her co-
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. pompoms interspersed with workers. Forrest High School in
Model 75rr Nasworthy celebrated their fresh fruit and grapes tipped Mrs. Lester Humphries Jacksonville and a 1975
golden wedding anniversary with gold against a reported on the East Coast graduate of Florida Southern
Saturday night at a receptionat background of gold tipped Deanery Board College at Lakeland and is Elizabeth Phillips
their home on E. Call leather leaf fern and gold which she recently attend employed by Blue Cross-Blue

Street. century plant spikes. with Mrs. Samons in Jackson Shield in Jacksonville. Frank Cruce Jr.
,
The home was beautifully Assisting in serving and ville. Mrs. Humphries gave A February wedding is
decorated for the occasion floor hostesses were Miss highlights of the Fall Deanery planned.
with arrangements of yellow Sharon Sofford, Mrs. Mildred Meeting of the Diocesan Coun- Engagement Told,
and gold flowers placed at Kinard, Misses Jamie cil of Catholic Women scheduled
vantage points throughout the Deaver, Gail Kinard, Mary for October 14 in St. Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T.'
I! TT M party rooms. Nasworthy and Sheila Augustine. ford County Hospital this Phillips of Starke announcethe
EACH Greeting guests at the door' Nasworthy, Mrs. Charles Reports were given on spiri- week include: Mrs. Marlene engagement'and approaching -
,, at intervals l between the party Dinkins, Mrs. T.H. Slade, tual and corporal works of Smith, Mrs. Minnie Rhoden, marriage of their
hours, 7:30: to 9:30: p.m., were Mrs. J H. DuPre, Mrs. A.Y. mercy. It was voted to con- Mrs Sylvia Wheeler, Barney daughter, Elizabeth Sue, to
i Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. J.A. Covington and Mrs. ,C.N. tinue Sunland sponsorship and Brinson, Mrs. Grace Jones Frank M. Cruce, Jr., son'of
/.j Griffin,Mrs. Charley E.Johns Christy. to donate clothing, toys and Thomas Stokes, Starke; Mrs. Gertrude Cruce of Law
and Mrs. Guy Sale. Out-of-town guests were Jewelry and cards to this insti- Tom Hardy, Hampton; Corne-' tey and the late Frank 1 M.
Savag Model Standing in the receivingline Mrs.Willa Costin and Mr. and tution. lius Suter, Keystone Heights! ; Cruce, Sr.Wedding.
,ij PUMP SB40-41-42 were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Howell Brantley, Father Bowles encouraged and Mrs. Bettie Martin, plans will be announced
SPRINGfiELD ,," V Nasworthy, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Beach; Mr. and members and their families to Lawtey. at a later date.
SHOTGUN Single John T. Nasworthy of Winter Mrs. Al Carlton and Mr. and make plans to attend the -
Model "I.'I Barrel Park, Mrs J.O. Deaver of Mrs. John Nasworthy, Winter Eucharistic Congress scheduled -
67 Brunswick, Ga. and Mr. and Park; Mr., and Mrs. H.D. for November 23 at the '
/ WalnutTstockwith Mrs. James Deaver of Irvin, Callahan; Mrs. Charles Jacksonville Coliseum. DeWitt C.Jones
// : SHOTGUN Gainesville. In the foyer* Nasworthy Ronald Mrs. Robbie Shaller anyibunced -
/ side! ejectionRIFLE 12"" a where the receiving line stood- ,Nasworthy,,Mr, and Mrs. C.S. .plans for a covered 1.' t w, -' !
S' ''t\t '''' 200r-4rO'GL: ;, ;. : 1 12,20 gauge. .;was an arrangement of giant:Nasworthy, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. dish dinner to be held, In the FuneralSTARKE Hotile' 11
1 yellow mums and bronze' R.A. Nasworthy, Miss Mary perish hall on November 9. It
LIMIT 1 LIMIT daisy chrysanthemums. Mrs. Nasworthy and Miss Sheila was decided to invite local
; CH. Nasworthy's dress was' Nasworthy, White House; Senior Citizens to this dinner PHONE 964-62OO !
complimented with a yellowrose Mrs. Mildred Kinard, Miss when Father Bowles plans to RENTAL
,! t$7888' / $ corsage and the other, Carla Kinard, Miss Gail 'show picture slides of his tripto
r\ r' HOSPITML BEDS.WALKERS WHEELCHAIRS
34 women in the receiving line' Kinard, Mrs. Ratchel Europe. I
fli CRUTCHES
.1 t EACH wore yellow miniature carnation -, Starling, Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Mrs. Humphries was ,.
/i corsages. Gertner and Judge and Mrs. 'complimented on her appointment KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
Guests were invited to the; RA. Green, Jr., Gainesville; of Treasurer to the :uiPreSeason .
refreshment table by Mrs'. Mrs. Q. Quarterman, Kim Florida Council of Catholic
.- PUMP Clyde Sinclair, Mrs.' J.W.| Quarterman, Kirk Quar- ,Women.
ithacagun Kincaid and Mrs. M.A. terman and Mrs. O.J. Deaverof Mrs. Victor Ashline served
Brunswick, Ga; Mr. and refreshments during the
Baldwin.
i Bolt action 30.06 caliber, Model SHOTGUNMauser The refreshment table was Mrs. K. Kongeal, Mr. and social hour following the

'!Mauser type with walnut stock, 37 covered with an imported Mrs. George McClure, Mrs. meeting.The next. meeting is scheduled
chrome vanadium steel barrel. Mattie Meevwes, Murrell
hand embroidered cutwork for November 4 when
I stock
Coker, Mrs. Ann Mitchell and '
Includes swivels cloth with insets of alencon
Mrs. Vesta Stoffer from Jack-
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equipped with deluxe lace and centered with an Mrs. Marion Moyer, sonville is scheduled to be the
/ vent rib. 12 or 20 arrangement of yellow and, Jacksonville;Dr.Jean Mundy speaker.
guest
30.06 and Miss Sharon Sofford
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gauge. gold roses and carnations in. 'HIIIO.rA
.P an antique silver fruit bowl. Tallahassee.
INTERARMS
LIMIT i LIMIT 1 This was flanked by three


X13888 $144''! shade yellow branch tapers.silver over candelabra the The table chandelair with was 'I

draped with sprengeni fern'
and baby's breath. At the four ,
corners of the table were I 1'By 1 r
attached small clusters of
yellow roses and yellow .

FEDERAL' SHOTGUN SHELLS miniature The punch carnations.table in the: (;1 tsL Ipp .II.I

family room was overlaid I The Last Word In Comfort
with an imported lace and ,Crl..Cl
linen floor length cloth with
For great hunting small clusters of gold roses

Game Load around the edge of the cloth Did you know"??
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gauge %" size. sprengerii fern. The silver That First Baptist Church
punch bowl was placed on a has the 'largest Bible
ty BOX silver tray. Presiding at this teaching program In
punch bowl were Mrs. H.H. Bradford County Central
Adams,Mrs. F.W. Strickland,
22 Caliber Long Rifle Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. and Mrs I That Happy hundredscome

QUELLS 100 .22 l long nfle $169 AG.The Loudon.four-tiered, pillared, Jim Lawson every Sunday from miles to study around the Wall
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LIMIT I* a table covered with an imported LARGEST THE WORLD worship at the First

hand embroidered What Is the largest Island Baptist Church of StarkeTTThat Furnace
linen cloth. The cake was
SHOTGUN SHELLS decorated with yellow In the world Greenland .
Island special worship :
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holds this
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239 with a small bride and groom 65,000 BTU HEATS: :
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base of the cake was a garlandof This makes Greenlandmore UP TO 6 ROOMSWall
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fern and baby's breath island In That First Baptist providesa .
Also Sizes Available the second biggest
Boys studded with yellow roses.
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CPOJACKET Cutting the cake were Mrs. Q. Island In the world are food and clothing economical I to operate Rear
Quarterman, Mrs. L.A. considerably smaller than ministry 'Ind Side Vents' Small Extra Cost.PRESEASON.
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1 Bridgesand Most islands have aterritory That First Baptist supports
Mrs. A. Carlton.
of less than a world-wide million.progr.m .
In charge of the book SALE
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were Mundy and
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Colors and Sizes. Unlined J the patio was covered witha make every effort to be Sunday at MM. First Baptist
round lace and linen
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clusters of
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and pompoms. Presiding at service to our customers. Minister the. Word
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Chapman Shower Honoree Bill Keltons GivenGoingAway Home Decorating :. National Guard Begins: MuseumSTARKE
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." Miss Beth 'Chapman, October points of interest In the party Party GivenAt e The local 'or' by calling John Miller at \41.
refreshment bar Program 9
17 bride-elect, was rooms. The has : the Telegraph. Major James
National Guard begun a
t honored at kitchen-linen carried out the bridal motif.
a Bloodworth, assistant :
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters to collect and display I IF. .
shower Tuesday night at the Games were played during LWC MeetingMrs. program director of the project, may be I''
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and and daughter, Deanna, and items of military history
home of Mrs. Lamar Williamson the party hours prizes : !
Rt. 1.Cohostesses. awarded.The Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson Mr and Mrs. Joe Jordan Mr. and Mrs. O.G. artifacts, announced director reached at 9645151.
were Mrs.' hostesses presented the gave a going away' party J.E. Tomlinson on Home pre- and daughters, Cindy and Strayhorn of Wildwood were Col. Harry M. Hatcher this Receipts donated.will be given for ,
l. Dwayne Alday, Mrs. Gary honoree with a bedspread as a Saturday night for Mr. and sented Decorating a program at the Little Lynn, of Live Oak were Saturday visitors of Mr. and week. valuable any items WWI artifacts Loan of is
Osteen and Mrs. Merle memento of the.occasion. Mrs. Bill KeTton.. Women's Club meeting Monday Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Purpose of the program is to returnwhenrequested I
encouraged on a
Packham, Jr.Arrangements. Twenty-five guests were The Keltons have moved to and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. provide a museum for displayof -
,of fall invited to attend between the Gainesville where Mr. Kelton Mrs.night.Tomlinson showed' Mrs. Lucy Parnell of Lake military history interestingto basis. .! "
add much interest
flowers were used to highlight hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. has been assigned to Liberty several interesting picturesand Mrs. J.G. Jackson, son, Bill Butler visited Mrs. W.F. retired, present and future "This education will and to- I '.1
-- National Life Insurance Co. she had made Jackson, and Pam Stalnaker Herlong Monday.Mr. National Guardsmen and pride I
collages of Starke and
The party was held at the materials in- visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray their families. the long history 'I'.
natural
Government Inspected Waters home on W. Madison using shells, cones and Tilley in Hollywood over the and Mrs. J.G. Holton Uniforms, pictures, ordersof Bradford County National .
Street. The refreshment table cluding pine weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell activation of the Guard Guard. It Is appropriate that
using ,
was covered with a beige lace Hawaiian nativity. scene Bedell of Gainesville attendedthe unit, weapons and other itemsof we undertake this project 'I.
shell.Hostesses
Heavy Baby Beef cloth and centered with a fall a coconut for the eveningwere Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith Orchid Show in Tampa interest will be displayed. A during the Bicentennial
arrangement flanked by Canova and and grandchildren, Scott and Sunday. room has been set aside at the period said unit Cornr:
Grain Fed orange, candles in silver Cindy Garnett Smith of Williston armory, 720 Edwards Road, mander CPT Robert L. Kelly.
Lot Fed Hildreth.
holders. Nancy spent the weekend with Mr. Mrs. David Christopher and for purposes of display. An open house will be held i
Weight Between 275 & 350 Lbs. Mrs. Larry Baker presidedat and Mrs. Marc Jackson.' daughter, Amy, of Waycross, The public is encouraged to for the public once the project
the punch bowl and Mrs. Stretch Sewing Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry furnish any items they would Is well underway hopefully by I
Mark Milner poured coffee at Mr. and Mrs. James Cash Stallings of Gainesville spent like to donate to the project by the end of the year, Col. .
Cut AndWrapped a table covered with a gold Classes To and family of Orlando were the first of the week with their calling the armory (964.5320)) Hatcher said. :
.75 lace cloth. weekend visitors of her parents,Mr.. and Mrs. Charles .
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The hosts presented the parents, Sen. and Mrs. Dinkins.,
UUBB KH Center
Oct.
16
Ib honored couple with a custard Begin Charley Johns. Opens I
colored candy dish and a cor- Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison :
sage to Mrs. Kelton. Classes for beginners in took her mother Mrs. R.T,
Half Or Whole Mr. and Mrs. M.H. CUBB Economic'Agency stone Shops across from the
Twenty-two friends enjoyedthe Stretch Sewing will begin Sheppard /?- Hipps, back to her home in
of Brunswick, Ga. will has announced the of Homestead Restaurant. The
affair between the hours 8 Thursday, October 16, at 7 Ga. the opening
Waycross over
FRESH and 10:30: p.m. p.m. by the Starke Recreation spend the weekend with his weekend after two weeks a new Neighborhood Service Neighborhood Service Center
c Department.The mother, Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Center in Keystone Heights on telephone number is 473.2243. .
GROUND BEEF 89 class is by Ms. visit.Dr. October 1. CUBB
given Agency operates! .
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UDC Held and Mrs. John R Smith .
Mr.
Gloria Holmes. and Mrs. A.Y. The Keystone Center will other Neighborhood Service ,I,
3Lb.for '2" It will run for six (6)) weeks and ''daughter visited Mrs. Covington returned Monday of combine with the Keystone Centers in Green Cove ,
First Mrs.
Meeting Thelma W. Leake and last week from two weeks visit Committee for Senior Service
98Ib and will be offered at the Pratt Jacksonvilleover Springs. Orange Park and :
RIB ORBRISKET Street Recreation Center. H.F. Wilcox in with Dr. and Mrs. Marian Information and Referral Clay Hill in Clay County Lake
weekend.
WednesdayMrs. This is the last beginnersclass the Bichon and Mrs. Geneva (I&R) office to provide in- Butler in Union County, Mac-

STEW C.A. Knight presenteda to be offered this year. Mrs. J.H. Fields and house- Covington in Paducah, Ky. creased service to the elderly ctenny in Baker County and J
and-or in the Mrs.
needy area.
"The Old South and Mrs" Starke in Bradford County .,
Mr. .
program on guests George: Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseleyand Louise Newman is the Neigh- .
HEAVY BEEF
Still Lives in the Brazilian Powell of Newton N.C. will
Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Lee Watson of borhood Service Center Director -
Tropics" at the first fall meeting return today, Thursday, after .
CHUCK ROAST Knoxville, Tenn. are guests and will work in cooper- Children arc not things to
98cOR of the W.T. Weeks chapter, Club ResultsThe several days visit with Mrs. this week of Mrs. J.H. ation with I&R volunteers.The Ix.- molded l but tire pi-oplc to ,
U.D.C., Wednesday afternoonof Harold Ford in Cocoa.. '
STEAK
Moseley and Dr. and Mrs. two offices are locatedon be unfolded
last week at the home of H.H. Adams. State Road 21, north of -Quoledb.'lersLnfrin"1; q qAm
FULL CUTROUND' Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman Keystone Heights, in the Key- "'1 Much IJn"1.. .., t'nl ;
$ J.W. Kincaid. Mrs. L.D. Vin- winners for Tuesday night and Mrs. Elva McRae were Mrs. Anderson and All .
Myrtle 1'1e
149 of Mr. dot. (l I.h'dn.IIBm / .\->
: ing was co-hostess. were: tied for first Lora dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Ruth Johnson visited !
STEAK Ib Mrs. Guy Sale, president, Francis and Curtis Sanders and Mrs. Clyde Huey in Mrs. Martha Cowan in
presided over the snort busi- Jeff Wrenshall and Ed Wainwright Gainesville.Mrs. Bynum, Ala. last week and
ness meeting. Second place were Dr. also were sight at
seeing
$ server! S.L. Peek, Sr., Mrs.
RIB STEAK 149Ib Refreshments were and Mrs. Jim Minesinger. Birmingham and Noccalula
by the hostesses at the close of The club meets every Tues- Jean Darby and Mrs. Charles Falls.

the meeting. day Street night Recreation at 7:30: in Center the Pratt and Chalker Darby visited in Gainesville Mrs. Satur-C.W. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Solze (!J ((31 O

: SHOULDER ROAST $149 all bridge players are invitedto day. and Hamilton daughter, and, Miss George Donna II./ f

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E.L. Matthews attendedthe Stearns visited relatives in Pvt. Ricky Solze, at Parris '
Florida Savings and Loan Deleon Springs Sunday. Island Marine base, S.C. on (B(iJIIJ .
Ernest Allen At League convention at Disney Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Sunday. Ricky celebrated his ,
World, Sunday through Wed- Mary Wooten have had .as Jimmy Lawson underwentoral 18th birthday on Oct. 4. I
Fish & Meat nesday. Mr. Matthews was visitors Mrs. Thelma Men- surgery Monday in North Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver
City accompanied by his daughter, doza of Jacksonville on Thurs- Florida Regional Hospital.Mrs. and children spent the week- 1Y(3BUiJI1( ( ( '
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and day and Mrs. Jack DeWees end with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 1'
Mkt. granddaughters, Julie and and daughter, Jana, of Hia- W.H.Hart, Mrs. Earl Boatright and. family at John-
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Bobbled Ram Extra Point Snap Gives BHS 7-6 WinGAINESVILLE


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"Whew, QB Prevatt kicked the all 35. With 13 seconds left on the Eastside had a motion football were a different story clock and give the BUS James was again playing it BHS back up fullback Andrew
Hint was a close one. That was important extra point to put clock, James then threw a penalty on the last play of the Eastslde showed a more defense a needed rest. wide open, the situation in Carter, on the kick off
too close!" said Coach Mike the Tornadoes up 7-0 with 7:39: screen pass to speedster half, so had James scored it determined running attack. Opening the fourth period which he excells. He pranced receiving team sure handledan
Sexton after his stubborn left In the second period. Chuck Roberts, who was held would have been called back. The BHS secondary of Jerome with the football in their around in the backfield until Eastside kick.
defense and a bobbled extra The Tornado defense to42 yards in 14 attempts who Aside from that final drive Reddish, Emmitt Bright, possession the Rams began a his brother, end Lo James, got From the Ram 49''v yard line
point snap barely edged dominated the first half of sped down the sideline to the the Tornado defense con Richard Lashley, and Kenny concerted effort to run the in the clear and threw to Lo 20 Beaver DeSue hit the left side
Bradford I High 7.6 by Eastside play. Though the BHS offense BETS nine yard line. James tained Eastside in the first Aycox) contained QB James' pigskin, staying away from yards up the middle. QB of the Ram defense over his
High at Citizens Field last netted only 56 yards in the then came back around right half. The Rams gained 89 passing attack twice stopping the pass. With BUS strong James really burned the ball right tackle for 4,5, and one
Thursday night Oct. 2. first half it did retain end, giving the hip and ''yards rushing and 24 passing, the Rams when they tried to linebacker Jimmy Clark out in having a few extra secondsto yards and a much needed first
The Hums butted inside the possession so that the defensewasn't swerving through tacklers, to but much of it came on the last go to the air. of the game with an injured throw with Bradford againin down at the Ram 39.
for the two yard line where second drive when BHS was in The BHS offense ankle Coach Sexton moved defense. Three
Bradford( High II) yard line on the field an Jay helped out a prevent QB ,Jimmy Prevatt ran
[lour limes In the second: half. extended period of time. Godwin and Jerome Reddish its prevent defense designedto in the third period by driving middle guard Scott Pooser to Tornadoes hit end James as around the end on a long, time
The Tornado defense bent but In the second half the pushed him out of bounds at give up the short gain while 32 yards, from the BUS 24 to Clark's linebacking post and _he caught the ball. consuming run for three
fought stubbornly Ram Tornado offense was more the two with no time left in the preventing the touchdown., the Ram 43, in 11 plays to eat Kenneth Cruger filled ,,yards, then merely fell on the
quarterback Vernon James potent. Beaver, DeSue netted half. The second 24 minutes of up almost four minutes of the Pooser's nose position. With a first at the BHS 43 ball on second down to take up
finally got into the BUS end- only eight yards in nine With that setup, and with and time rapidly running out time. On third down Prevatt
zone, with 2:13: left in the carries the first half. Then James and Roberts alter- QB James again went to the again ran around as the
with fullback Jimmy Clark, nating carrying the football, air. Lo James had gotten seconds ticked off to end the
game.A bobbled snap from a the lead blocker, out of the the Rams drove BHS back behind Aycox near the game.
pressured Hum center on the game much of the second half, three and four yards at the Bradford goal line. The ball
extra point try gave the DeSue carried the entire load time. The Tornado defense, went over Aycox' head and STATISTIC
Torando defense precious and picked up 76 yards in 15 gave ground grudgingly but James ''caught it. Aycox Bradlord 'Enrrld.
seconds to swamp the Ham carries. Eastside drove out three first turned quickly and tackled Lo to Pest Down I 10
holder to finally preserve the Eastside ran 27 plays from downs and had a third down James on the BHS three yard U 111 V.rd.Yards hum/RUllllng Its u
slim 7.6 margin. Eailside's scrimmage in the first half, and two yards to go at the line. QB Vernon James had 1.,.1 PC.P".PI I .11.1
plan with time running out, Bradford High 29. BHS Bradford three yard line. moved the Rams 62 yards in 41 1 "umblel Lost ", 2
was to tie the game with the misfired on, two pass plays? At that point Ram flanker seconds. 45 Yards P.n.lI.ld n
extra point kick then go for one of which would have beena Curtis Johnson got the snap The Rams had been getting 411 'Punling Yards 432.5stun
the win in overtime, since the touchdown and the other count mixed up and trotted four yards through the middleof by su.rtenr,
Ram offense had proved more moved the ball to the Ram 20 into the endzone before the the Tornado line. QB James sits 0700-7
potent during the game. but was called back on a ball was snapped. The motion went straight up the middlefor EI 000x- ,
Scatback Kenny Aycox motion penalty. r penalty couldn't have come ata the score with 2:15: left Ir. Touchdowns.
returned a Rain punt behind a Eastside moved 65 yards in i + better time for the Tor the game. .I) BHS OeSue, eneyard run..EP .
blocking wall 57 yards to the 37 seconds as the half ended, nadoes. It moved the ball backto The Rams then lined up to .Prtvatl.fcicN, good. .
Eastside H'' in the second scaring the life out of Tornadofans the eight yard line. kick the extra point. Coach kick 2)) CS cttampt Jamtt lallad.thrtt.yard run. EP
period to set up the Tornado [ and ending up on the QB James then tried (lie David Hurse said he first
touchdown. Quarterback Tornado two yard line beforetime i option left. Using his usual though it would be a fake, but The Tornadoes held the
Jimmy Prevail ran I ia yards ran out. Quarterback tactic, James waited until the then decided the Rams would explosive Ram offensive
around k-ft( end behind good Vernon James, main Ram last second to pitch the ball kick the extra point to tie the machine lo 231 total yards of
blocking on the option( keeper scoring threat who gained 104 out Kenny Aycox tackled game up, planning! to win with offense, 145 rushing and 86
to the live yard line then yards rushing in 17 carries,
repeated the play around right danced around right end Bradford running back Beaver DeSue Is loose In the Eastside secondary In the second half
end to the two yard line. (From faking Tornado tacklers for 34 Friday night at Citizen's Field In Gainesville. The BitS offense held possession of the ball long
there/ running back Beaver yards before linebacker enough to improve field position and give the defense some needed rest. DeSue gained 76 yardsin
DeSue bulled over for the. Curtis Crawford finally nailed 15 carries In the second half, running dive plays behind the blocking of guard David Godseyand
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1 ELECTRIC linebacker Curtis Crawford angles to head off the slippery Ram runner James led all rushers
,In the game with 104 yards in 17 carries.
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')i'' I ; 10W40 MOTOR OIL, 1 QT. t OR 'I"QT. Roberts as he caught the their superior offensive passing. QB Vernon Jameswas
i % 1 OUII CROCKERY CHEF pitchout and knocked the machine in overtime. limited to three pass
AI I f7:p 1 PwIE IS SAVI OA SAVE UP TO 1.11 pigskin loose. BHS end Willie Things didn't go as planned, completions in 15 attempts
P z'" ,4 Perry pounced on the loose however. The snap from including 'one pass interception
V4 / a 1 .JIf T 111. football and BHS had saved a center was bobbled by the by Tornado
All saan oil provide. protection yt touchdown. holder who picked the ball up Richard Lashley.,James was
t 1 JIv from (heat of. summer and cold ol i'P From their 15 yard line, the to try to run with it. But by the leading rusher of the game
b Th y .. Extends engine lifo, Increases WAS UP TOjMf Tornadoes drove 22 yards oul that time Tornadoes Emmitt with 104 yards in 17 attempts.The .
i N gas mileage. Big faml ly il ze oppli onces. to the 37, Jimmy' Prevatt Bright, Curtis Crawford and Tornadoes rushed for
yP Y ,i fl5r us OuAtNr 'for your cooking need punted 28 yards 'at d the BHS Willie Perry came storming in 114 yards and passed for 13
ll punting team covered the boot to make the tackle. Thus yards. Beaver DeSue was the
UO-PACK SHEET LOW 1I-4UL. at the Ram 35 allowing no Tornadoes remained ahead 7- leading BHS ball carrier with
SUGAR SUBSTITUTE chance for a return. BUS had 6 with 2:15: still showing on the 84 yards in 24 carries.
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used up over 3'i minutes, clock. BHS to date has been beaten
t t SAVE GARBAGE. CAM Easlisde taking possession for The BUS offense still had to 27-13 by, Ocala Vanguard,
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tomorrow night having lost 19-15 to Perry and to beat Bradford High more
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when the Braves from have beaten Palatka'Central Hurse. "They're ticked at us
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,, HAWTHORNE Powerful 12 yards and a first down at 'PRICE
,Union High wore down the Hornet five. family centers
Hawthorne's gutty Hornets, Hazen then kept around
exploding for a 36-0 white right( end for the TD with 4:25:
wash with a 24 point barrage I- left in the third period. Hazen
in the fourth period Friday "'. S' .. : 'failed on the extra point run, '
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was a Suwannee Con- ''f .p"I little safer margin with nearly '
I ference win for the Tigers. ., -" l 3-4 of the game gone. S 301 .SHOPPING
,' Undefeated UHS is 4-0 for the ,fI..tI' ,., ,. .. 4 ;, From that pointHawthorn's .. .Sollt CENTER Starke. ,_Fla
,season with an open date next .... ,. 'I offense was '
week before meeting Willistonin ... almost nonexistent. The only Open Men Wed 0 to B* Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12-te ItMen's
Union High's homecominggame ,, other Hawthorne first down
on Oct. 10. > came on a Lake'Butler offensive
Hawthorne came out strong (# \.f r pass interference 35
in the first half, making two .. & penalty.A IGSMI,
drives to the Tiger 10 yard 51-yard punt by Hornet I JEAN
line, but fumbling to UHS the at quarterback Mallory Owen
first time in the first period .. :.e made the Tigers start out on
and fizzling out in the second This Hawthorne ball player coughed up the football when .their 36 yard line on the next JACKET
period.The Tigers came out of hit by Union High' Jimmy Mobley, number 20, and Lake drive. But LB covered the 64
the first half with the only Butler r..rovered. '.yards in eight plays, running Easy-Gomg Unlined Blue Denim
points, a touchdown on a 25- back Sam Jackson over froma Western Jacket. Snap-Front with '
yard run on the option keeperby With a first and 10 from the third period. Hazen made the yard out. Hazen added this
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Hazen. The veteran signal before the half, the Hornet the keeper over the right side. first successful point after run i '
caller led Lake Butler with 81 drive stalled before a gang- The QB zigged around one for a 20-0 Tiger lead.
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TD's and a pair of two-point around left end, the Tiger ,and was in the clear. Hazen and returned it to the Tiger 42. 1
? conversions. defense storming in the stop got some good blocking Hazen promptly passed 33
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,* Hawthorne dominated the the Hornets again fumbled the '
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Larry Watson getting three Watson's fumble. From thenon I
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.Watson ran once for 11 yards, sting seemingly gone from the a
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o Tornadoes Took Away Rams Bread And Butter


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STARKE "We did. a real Curtis Crawford had his "All four are becoming very F 1J 1 on offense. Casey saw his first
good job of taking their best: game at linebacker, with consistent, very dependable varsity action and "turned ina
running/ game away from, six tackles and three assists. ballplayers back there," said fine job for his first game,"
them, said Head Coach "Our tackles and inside Coach Hurse. Lashley had apass said Coach Chilson.
David Hurse of his Tornadoes' linemen played their consistent interception for BHS. "We didn't have bad offensive
defensive effort in the 7-6 win outstanding game," Bright did a good job at night," said Coach
over the Rams of Eastside Sexton said of middle guard monster man, and Reddishdid Hurse. noting Beaver DeSuepicked
High. Scott Pooser and tackles a good Job at deep safety.ES up some tough yardage
'Gli P ,yY t The Tornado defense Marty Russell and Wayne QB Vernon James completed when the Tornadoes needed it,
t ,n, limited Eastside to 145 yards Scott. Pooser filled .in at only three of 15 passes and sometimes without much
ce ,e rushing, 89 yards in the first strong side linebacker'when because of good pressure on help.
.1ScYJ half and 56 in the second half. Jimmy Clark was injured and him by the BHS line and good
BUS stopped the Rams on the turned a fine performance, coverage in the backfield. "Our passing game again
outside veer, with either Sexton said. Coaches were more pleased :didn't work like it should
speedy talkback Chuck Pooser had seven tackles last week with the offensive have," Hurse stated. He noted
Roberts or quarterbackVernon and two assists for the night. line "Overall it was the best the mistakes when cancelledout
James, at his most He had been worked at offensive game we've one pass that would have
dangerous when running the linebacker in the spring and played," said Line Coach been d touchdown but was
ball.When the Rams had to go for two days last week just in Roger Chilson.The line was called back on an off sides
rolling out to pass or let James case he had to fill for Clark. ''more consistent, got off the penalty. The Tornadoes hadJust
keep the ball inside, Eastside While in the game Clark ball better, he saidRunningback 13 yards gained passingand
was not nearly so dangerous."Our turned a good performance, Beaver DeSue rsiNY.1MIYM YiwW 114 yards rushing.
defense did a great getting three tackles and four gained 76yards in 15 carries In ;tX0.'n ., O "We f fust can't seem to put
job," said Coach Hurse. "We assists. the second half against Eastside running back Chuck Roberts Is buried under our passing game togetherlike
rito L were up against one of the Weak side defensive end Eastside, running straight Tornado tacklers who put a stop to the Eastside we should Hurse notes.
J toughest ball teams we'll face. Willie Perry has become a dive plays behind the blocking game. Tornadoes who can be Identified are Kenny running Aycox. "Once we do our offense" will
Their offense was very, very dependable 'and consistent of strong guard David Godsey, number 21; Jimmy Clark, 44; Scott Pooser 61 definitely improve. If the
; Marty
ball
dangerous. We closed it off, player. Eastside didn'trun 190,and only veteran lineman, Russell 75, and Curtis Crawford 65. Tornadoes complete a few
cut off their bread and but too much to the short side 220 pound tackle Tommy passes opposing teams won't
ter." of the field but when they did Edwards. the week for his effort against fensive line is just going to be able to concentrate on the
Strong side defensive end Perry turned them in, Sexton The offense was able to Eastside. He did an excellent have to improve like it has the BUS running game so much.
v Jay Godwin played the "finest said. Perry has been a "find" maintain control of the ball the middle past few weeks," said Coach Quarterback Jimmy
linebacker
ball game of his career so for BHS Tornado coaches long enough in the second half taking him out of Sexton. Prevatt has improved steadilythe
far," said Hurse. Godwin led didn't know where to put him; to give the defense some rest, the play consistently, said Alternating at weak side last two games, becoming
J. the team with six tackles and listing him as a defensive something the offense was not Coach Sexton. tackle last week were Bobby quicker with each game,
10 assists, all gotten stopping back. When Keith Carter got able to do in the first three David Godsey came out Smith and Charles Reames, Hurse notes. There were alsono
First place winners representing Bradford County in zone Eastside outside runs on the hurt Perry was called on to till late Sexton notes, but is both of whom turned in good mistakes snapping the
Punt Pass and Kick competition this week are (left to right) option keeper or pitchout. For the weak side defensive end games.Center Jeffrey Jockel had developing each game now. performances, according to football.
top row: Michael Jackson Kenny Clark, and Brian Thomas. his effort Junior Godwin was spot. He's been a fixture since. the best ballgame of his new "It was by far our best of- Coach Chilson. "Our offense has improvedii
Bottom row: John Wesley Bennett,Richard Fender and John named defensive lineman of The Tornado utility man;as varsity career. Jockel was fensive effort It's going to get Perry Bryan and Lee Casey but we still have
David Francis. the week. Coach Sexton calls noseman named offensive lineman of better each week. The of divided the weak guard duties together yet.
Junior stong side cor Kenneth Cruger, did a fine job
nerback Kenny Aycox, who of filling at middle guard
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Represent Bradford In had three tackles and nine when Pooser went to
assists, is credited with linebacker in the second half.
having a lot to do with stop- Small at 160, Cruger is quickas
Punt Pass And Kick ping the Rams outside run- a cat. He can play tackle
ning game. Aycox was moved for the nose spot. Not being
from middle safety to cor- big Cruger falls off and makes Something'sbeen
Competition Oct. II nerback to stop the dangerous the play after a yard or two."We're .
James. "Aycox did a fine real fortunate
job," says Coach Hurse. have a back up or utility man'
STARKE six future foot Age 13 first place, Michael "I'm real pleased again like him," Sexton says.
ball stars will represent Brad- Jackson 218; second place
: with the defensive effort. I The defensive secondaryalso
ford County in zone Punt, Tony Williams 217; thirdplace think we're getting a real turned in a fine performance added
Pass and kick competition Jerry Locke 217. Due to unified team effort now," said against Eastside,
Saturday at Englewood High a tie for second place, a play Defensive Coach Mike Sexton, both Sexton and Hurse said, .
School in Jacksonville.Over off was held in which Williams also about
who had words of praisefor talking Kenny Aycox,
outdistanced Locke, but for and Reddish Emmitt
Godwin Aycox, plus Jerome ,
100 eight to 11-year- official records the first the rest of his defensive unit. Bright .and Richard Lashley..
olds participated in countywide scores were maintained.
qualification match held to
last Saturday at the Pratt "Two or three boys look to your
Recreation: Center. Each be very strong in the zone JV Football Team
participant was allowed topunt competition. Kenny Clark has "
pass and kick the football won in the county every year
far and he has entered and Michael
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three events was then talliedto High junior the offense came alive for the'
arrive at final scores. girls participated in varsity gridders evened their first time this season.," '
"Accuracy is important the event, the first time season record to 2-2 after Redding said. S '
director Randall Davis kept females have competed in beating North Marion last "Marvin Tyson and Alan Security
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Indeed, although some Grider and Cathy Schoeningmade Gainesville High School 8-0 running in the game," said
passes and kicks were long, a showing in the age 13 last week in Gainesville. Redding. "The offensive line
much footage was lost due to bracket and Dawn Schoeninggave The Tuesday night game made up its mind to block, andit '"
I t[ gle"of.o.te.s: T the guys in the11year against North Marion was the did," he said. 3 ,
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Contestants were divided competition., cuted well and had the right he had a lot more confidence -
into six categories by age. mental attitude, according to this week," said .
Winners were: age eight first Zone competition includes Head Junior Varsity Coach Redding.
place, John David Francis Palatka Starke, Fernandina, Butch Redding. Bradford couldn't get past
with 115'/a total feet; second St. Augustine, Macclenny, BHS scored the first touch the Hurricanes' 20 yard line
place, Donald Thornton with Brunswick and Waycross and downJust before the first half during the entire game. This month you'll find a card with your Social Security check. It explains how your check

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felter 142; third place, Robert event. The dealership has also dive play in the third quarter with a total of 85 yards on the count. You get uninterrupted deposits top Interest, and insured safety.. without the ,
Carver 134''/a. promised to provide transportation for the second touchdown of ground. Bradford, as a whole, worry of a lost or misplaced check, or the inconvenience of having to deposit your.Social
Age 10 first place, John should any of our foot the game to make the score 12-' netted only 46 yards rushing. Security check month.
Wesley Bennett 164; second ballers win Saturday and go 0. The two point attempt was Jeffery Norman was sacked every
place, Wayne Slocum 161'i; on to the statewide Florida- good and BHS was in front, 14- 12 times for a total loss of 89
third place, Andrew Strick Georgia competition Oct. 18 in 0. yards. THIS IS SAFE EASY. AND CONVENIENT!
land 157. Jacksonville.Ford In the fourth period, BHS A couple of bright spots for
Age 11 first place, Brian scored the the BHS defense fumble
on same play that was a ---------- ------- ---- -- -- ---
Thomas, 189; second: place, Motor Company, scored in the first half. Norman recovery by Eugene Hutchinson Dozens of rI ,
Scott Allen 188; third place, national sponsor for the Punt, hit Kilby, this time for a35yard and an interception by I MAIL TO: Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan/220/ North Main Street
Ed Winkler 183. Pass and Kick contest, will touchdown pass to put David Carter. Chuck Registeralso folks are I II
pay for the entire family to BHS in front 20-0. BHS made made a fumble recovery i I I am interested in having my Social Security check automatically deposited to a I
Age 12 first place, Kenny attend the Super Bowl the extra two points and led for BHS. I lettingGuaranty I I Guaranty Federal savings account. Please send the proper form. I
Clark 260'v' : second place national Punt, Pass and Kick- with the winning score 22-0. The next junior varsity
Kenneth Ethridge 238'i; third off should one of our boys win "The difference in this game is scheduled against ;I ( ) We have a savings account at Guaranty Federal. Account No.
place Bill Goodge 228. all the way up the ladder. game was the boys did an out. Palatka South, Oct. 16, at Federal I ( )We want to open a savings account Guaranty Federal.
standing job of executing and Tornado Field. I Signatures( ).
help I with I t

Raiders, Redskins Lead Bantam this I conI I I Address Names( ) Phone I
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venientservice. I City State Zlp_ I

Flag Football With 2-1 Records' ; Social Security Nos( ). .

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The Raiders and the Red the Dolphins 18-6. The IL_________ ____ ____
skins are all tied with 2-1 Dolphins couldn't do anything.
records after the second weekof right and the Redskins coeJd
play in the Starke do no wrong as Dwaine
Recreation Department'sBantam McBride, Kenny Griffjis, Guaranty .#.
League of flag Chuck Johnson, and Chuck .y
football. Williams led their team to
The Raiders were riding a victory. FederalSavings
two game winning streak until
the Steelers, behind Tony The Bantam league play and Loan Association
Williams and Ricky Mikell put their games each Tuesday and
the brakes on, 1312. The Thursday afternoons at the
Steelers put their points on the Pratt Street Playground. This STOP BY ANY OFFICE, TODAY!
board in the first half and then league Is composed of boys,
v held on as the Raiders came grades 57. P lease bring your "e fs / 5- s'
back in the second half to The Small Fry League, Social Security check
make it close. grades 2-4 are scheduled'''to
The Redskins kept pace play each Monday and with you I
with the Raiders as they down Wednesday afternoons. A

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Five Convenient Locations: Y
Palatka Preview... (From Page 4) '" GAINESVILLE:
220 N. Main N,

3501 W. University Ave. ,
NfI" "The tailback is tough" Defensively the Braves : i
runa '
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3300 W. Archer Rood '
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ft.-, says Coach Hurse, "Probably 62. The gap six has the two '
: the toughest running back linebackers spread tackle to STARKE: a :"
Starke star Donnie Sewell with Georgia Tech Coach Dave we'll play against all year. guard. The strong end, Billy 398 W. Madison
.. Fa gg. Donnie Is working,tight end for the Yellow Jackets.. Arnold is a strong runner, has Caine,160-pound senior, plays KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:
great speed. Against GC he wide and back from the line, Lawrence Blvd.A Sylvan Way

Sewell Starting At Georgia Tech had a 75-yard touchdown. more the like outside a cornerback The Bravesuse to protect Coming Soon To Lake ButlerPage'

r.i Arnold likes to run behindthe defensive halfbacks Klrt
i i Sewell caught two passes yardage for the team that two big men on the strong Swaggerty, 160-11, and Ber-
; for 30 yards in Tech's first game. side of the Brave offensive nard Scott, 151-11, and safety tttlllla
,.. game against Alabama. A The 6'4" 220-pound Indus- line. Guard David Wells, 230- Alvin Oliver, 143-12. also the V -,
i second Yellow Jacket loss trial management major said pound senior, and tackle split end on offense,as a three
F came in the game against he likes college football better Larry Carnes, 226 found deep pass protection. The EQUAL HOUSMO s
Tennessee. Tech lost by a 24- than high school football senior, block for a lot 0 strong end, Caine is also ; LBNDBR._.
.' 13 score. Sewell gained no because it's "more exciting." up the middle. Both are responsible for some shallow /
tabbed as good blockers.Theyare pass coverage. 4" 51FSUc \\
Sewell was named to the also the largest Braves. Big David Wells, going both .
Ex-Bradford High School 1974! Class AAA All-State foot Primary receiver is slot ways, plays a defensive' :
\ football star Domie Sewell ball team for his performanceas back Herman Gilyard who has tackle. Defensive tackle Jon
has started at the left end an offensive receiver at good hands and is quick. This Pkimb is 196-u. Defensive W---...
: position in both of the Georgia Bradford High. He is the first Palatka team throws' more guards are Mitch Roberta
Tech Junior Varsity football from Starke to sign with Geor-, than any Palatka club Coach 172-11: and VIe Williams, 175- ----
games this season. ala Tech. Sexton has ever seen, he says. 12.





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JIll PANTRY MIDI .

10 Old Oaks I ICE CREAM EveryDayLowPricc

: HALF GALLON ASSORTED : '
To Be Cut

SAVE I 49iJ SAVE 1
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In Lawtey I OFF WITH TMH COUPON AT PANTRY PP.IDI I .
FRESH 21t1 I ITON1lNR000i.1,111BLIMITOf'" REGULAR GRIND I 10' .L, \

LAWTEY It'll look a lot pooo ::TOBACCO ::::.J OR
more bare around the city hall ,....____- -- .
here in the next few days after ELECTRIC PERK
10 of 12 old venerable oak GROUND UP T0
trees are cut or trimmed. CLIP THESE
Fearful that the old tree
limbs will start falling aroundthe 3
new water system buildings COUPONS
i on city property, the city 76C COFFEE
BEEF
council agreed Monday nightto AND SAVE .I j
have eight of the old oaks t f
cut down and two trimmed. ,.--------------.... )
The Job was won by Mark ... KING SIZE 1 ,11'
and Wayne Tree Service from : ,
Palatka at a cost of $1,340.
Sapp Tree Surgeons, Gaines- 5 LBS i ,{
ville,bid$1,350 for the works. : ; .
The wood will be split and AND BC'y
left for the public to haul off, :
according to the council's '
specifications for the job. The OVER ,
wood will be cut to fire place
length.The trucks will be splitso POOD OHD1R.TOBACCO PRODUCT ''.'-V'I'.
two men can handle each .... MCLUDIOEveryDayLowPricc ..J +
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piece.In -.. :
other action in a routine ':. :.

council meeting: Monday night, the [ Super Discount EveryDayLowPricc Discount ;i

-Took under advisement an PICK ,oSAYE
offer by the county to repave
the town's one to two miles of SAVE YOUR SAVE
paved roads at a cost of FLORIDA GRADE A' FRESH 10 is 3114 1o& OWH! bOD
OR GEORGIA SHIPPED FRESH
$12,000 per mile.There was no BONELESS LOTS OF
agreement over how many
miles of paved roads the town FRESHFRYERS AMETOKAY

has.Said it will work out rules
and advertise for a maintenance -
supervisor for the water LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS GRAPES
system. That was the answer > BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
FOR STEW-GROUND OR PIECES
Robert Brice got when he 3 WINGS-3 NECKS GIBLET PKGS.
asked how to apply for the job.
-Took no action on a requestby WHOLE FLORIDA
2 TO
Attorney Gene Shaw for PREMIUM
$2,500 in fees in addition to the 2 PER 3 LBPKG GRADE OR
one percent or$4,200 called for GEORGIASHIPPED
in the Farmer's Home Ad- BAG LB
ministration contract on the
water system. Shaw has been
paid the$4,200.FHS refused to Super Discount Sup r Discount EveryDayLowPrice7SS EveryDayLowPrice Super Discount 1 e
the additional $2,500.The
par was then sent to the city. flYl IA,' {AY/ PAYS IAN {1rl
Shaw handled legal work on GREAT GROUND.BONELESS. BEEF 31 GREAT 20' BEEF BLADE 21' BEEF 3F U.S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES FRESH 8
the city's drawn battle to get MEATLOAF ROUNDSTEAK CHUCKSTEAK SIRLOIN
the water system. MIX GROUND RED RIPE
-Agreed to pay for 30 feet of GROUND IIF. STEAKS TOMATOES
75'GIIIOU"UUP.
additional fence,besides what
35'.VEGETABLC PROTEIN 1S1 VICtTAILI PKOTIINPOUND

fencing the water the contract pump calls and for tank in 591' I US INSPECTED COVT. $|48 59c IN... 'pVSit. I INSPECTED.GOVT. $VOO L 10 Ib bag 99 c PKG. 33M

area.Was POUND CORN FED LB CORN ,COlliN FlD LB F $
told by CouncilmanBen
McCulley that the city's
tractor won't start again. It EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice | EveryDayLowPrice
had been at
just repaired a O
cost of $74 No action was 1 {AN SAY[ NYI fWl {IYI {/YI
GOLDEN CROWN 17 18LIJwr
SWEET SUEChicken TENDERVITTLES
taken.Was told by Attorney MAYONfflNAISE- LEMONJUICE SAUERKRAUT
&
Richard Welty that the city "II
must designate an agency for Dumplings ."
local comprehensive planning BEEF OR TUNA
before July 1976 or under state
law the state or county will h I 32 zGLASS '
take over the job for the town. : .
-Discussed but took no
action on securing a drainage i
easement, to drain /canal OUR EVERYDAY YOU SAVE I +rti COMPARE' OUR EVEHVOAY1rOULOW SAVE
COMPARE I LOW PRICES! UP TO A. PRICES! UP TO ,
,
which runs from SR-225 north 'V
'Vo"
toward Alligator Creek in '''1U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED CORN FED BEEF BLADE'V.
west Lawtey. The county is V 2V I STARK'S I Sliced ii "ii 2o'YI';
Union willing County to open the resident ditch,but who a Chuck Roast LB $$ i FOOD ; Bologna ...., a9

owns property along the route, u.s. GOy'T. INSPECTED CORN FED. I LOW-W-W; QUICK FA02EN-1.25 LB AV6. ,.

easement so-Defended far refuses the to hiring grant an of Beef Rib Steak LB $168 31' ; FOOD I Cornish Game Hens LB 79 20' 1//"Af

fireman James Waters under SMOKED PICNIC STYLE WATER ADDED 6 TO B LB AV6 I FAIR ; 2 TO 3 IB PKG.
the federal Comprehensive Pork Shoulder Ba
PRICES jgeefTim; 69
Employment Training Act. LB 11'I QUICK fROZEN TRAY PACK LB 2O'
Waters might not have neededthe
job but he is the best qualified PANTRY PRIDE 12oz PKG. 320 SOUTH !
II FYNE TASTE SUGAR CURED SLICED tEoi PKG. t +
to handle it. said Mayor 20 49
Robert Robertson.Scott and Ralph CouncilmanJohn Good- Skinless Franks 69 I SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST. B Breakfast Bacon LB MEveryDayLowPrice SO, ,ti

man said the job is supposed EVERYDAY LOW PRICES GOOD SEVEN DAYS A WEEK.BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU OCTOBER '5.19TS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.* I
to go to an unemployed indivi-
dual who needed it. Goodmansaid 1 1 1
EveryDayLowPrice
he applied for the job, but EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceMOTT'S
was not interviewed

Goodman began by asking SAVE SAVE SAYE SAVE
why Waters was not on duty
Friday, Saturday and Sunday 26I GOLDEN GRAINMACARONI 358 PANTRY PRIDE 10 HUNTERS CHOICE 99C
night. Councilwoman Barbara
Jordan said Waters took time
caning to him from days he APPLESAUCE TOASTERPASTRIES
had worked previously. DOGFOOD
Waters is on duty at night,
l from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., six E I
days a week.

ASSORTED FLAVORS

Sen.Dick Stone
WITH
Due Here TuesdayU.S. CHEDDAR 25LBBAG

35oz CHEESE
Senator Richard 7.25oz 10.5oz
(Dick)Stone(D-Florida),will
be in Starke on Tuesday, Oct.
14, at 2:30: p.m. at the Brad- FROZEN BONUSES .ROLEN HON USES FROZEN BONUSES -t I M"'w""a1w,., ttpv"RIABMi...Mwwr'
ford County Courthouse to '
hear and answer citizen ""' I ;. ( '1FROZEN ,
comment and questions on ii.ii : pIAIS.2' BONUSES "2011
public issues.So \ (CHOPPEDSPINJJ PET

far this year, Stone has [,iNELLS TO I I YN I6e IA.M gNTRT CM k LAMBRECHT 39c
visited 59 of Florida's 67 coun- j TOPPING
,
is ;:4f& = I WHIPPED
ties.paign He pledge fulfilling he made a cam-last tI I te.a. >..t 1i 1rKG{ 1 PIZZA

year to visit all Florida coun- 12oi CHEESE-140I SAUSAG .PACKER LABELSHOESTRING PANTRY PRIDE
ties each if his Senate 13os PEPPERONI 44
year
duties and health permit. FROZEN BONUSES FROZEN BONUSES FROZEN BONUSES VBJ FROZEN BONUSES / CUT GREEN

wl, .... 69 C. BEANS '
to'.l IRpN= 10 30' 4G' SAVE
RaifordVote MV JACKS' 20 Yy .
POTATOES a
AZ )
.ltANCAK.'PA.f '
,i FRENCH
Not Necessary, L pONYTS ..ATIPIZZA: J PET-RITZ BEANS.


No CompetitionRAIFORD i: IMt 9c: .17_ 39 : .1'2J: PIE -20ozBAG 5/'LY.REEN.


The city election ,..----------------...... SHELLS -- .. PIAS
here has been cancelleddue '''' I TN o..rw.F..L....... EvcrvDayLowPrke 8 PK.-2S01
to a five lack candidates of competitors.Only quali-. 1 SAVE SOFT AS SILK PANTRY ..., ..., I BANQUET ..* PKOS. -

fied for council seats and only : tArt 89
CAKE FLOUR ICED iIGIYDAA.YLRElyLS4 UFFET 4/l
I one mayor candidate qualifiedby I i32o [ 20/ SUPPERS
Monday's offering n FOOD ,
I no deadlinej : J NBR.oRiR, PANTRY PRIOB j SAUSBURY STEAK-BEEF A NOODLE lAVE 13i.
said Raiford town clerk CASH WITH PAMTMV THIS MIIOI COUPOH 4 0/d.OOOO OMIV AT 1 79.. BROCOLLISPEARS CHICKEN WAAPUNGS-TURKEY. i.
Catherine Alvarez. I '11II OCTOIIM IS, 1.75. ITORI/TNRU I 14.Sax I VOF BOTTLE 79 J MACARONI & CHEESE DOWNY PLACE 'j
JD. Griffis will J 100 BLUEBERRYWAFFLE
replace
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Elmer N. Wallace In the ..---------------- ,..---- 2 LB 30
mayor's seat on the council. r. 1. -----------UBRUSSEL.. 99C t 1/21 }

Brailler Incumbents, Michael Leland A. (Bud R.) : SAVE GENERAL MILLSCHEERIOS :I :loiIIIII SAVE BETTY CROCKER.J SPR1'UTS' 394'save 20- ,

Dobbs, Mrs. Joyce Norman BLUEBERRY i CAuu.io I!
will _
Donald Sidney Taylor Jr. 1 1
be joined by Jimmy Neal I 150aQ' MUFFINS.! 1001PRO. .
Thornton in council poets. .3STRAWBERRIESA
13.501-PKa Of 2) m
Thornton operates the CASH WITH THIS COUPON OOOO ONLY AT CASH WITH !
1 THIS COUPON. OOO ONtV AT
Bushwacker Cycle Shop in PHTMV MIDI A Old STONIS THNU" 1 PANTNY MIDI A Die STOVlM TrNW I /tArt S' '
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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER

Dell!Chapter 168 OES ,

.Dell Chapter, 168 O.E.S:,
Q"L"'" will hold its regular meeting
tonight (Thursday Oct. 9)) at 8

,++pnawN 15 OLBRECK VICKS ?"E CLAIROL j" '." r i"" 24 p.m.Brownlee in the Street.Masonic All membersare Hall on

'M" ; asked to please be presentand
; d U FORMULA ,,,., COUNT on time. Business of vital

44-D FINAL "" importance.

-RK.cYnl1 o Pleasant Grove and Mt.
SHAMPOO GALA Morlah United Methodist
COUGH
NET SUCRETS Parish. Rev. Willie Stitt,
NORMAL DRY OR L4
OILY LIMIT ONE ; pastor. Service Schedule as
I 1 F MIXTURE FAMILYKEGNAPKINS. 55-EA. _1Aaio1 y'If .' os; HAIRSPRAY LOZENGES follows: Service started at
LIMIT ONE Pleasant Grove United

3= 2' .. Monday vices Methodist each night.with first Junior weekly and second Choir ser

109 nxot I rehearsal Tuesday night, Tiny
96 74
19 REGULAR Tots rehearsal Wednesday
"FOR BEAUTIFUL 3 OZ. ; LIMIT, night Prayer meeting
HAIR" ONET ,F. R 8 OZ. ONE ,Thursday night, Bible Study.
REG. & UNSCENTED Friday night, October 10,
Ushers Board 1 and 2 will have
their anniversary at 8 p.m.
Sunday services will begin

.. ...,.... The with Church Mass School Meeting at 10 a.m.and
':::: mm11t@m: Program of the
Membership
{ fr PRESTO WESTCLOX ; II\2\ SHELL ( > >:; Bradford County Branch> of
I : the NAACP will be held at B
CAST ALUMINUM : p.m. All members and In-
ALARM HOUSE ft I,: terested citizens are invited to
i attend.. '
PRESSURE 7 6 s 8 $ ': Mt. Moriah United
CLOCK GARDENAEROSOL ) ,: Methodist Church services
COOKER .. 11 1rr:; will begin with Church School
'
:; at 10 a.m. -
CONSTANT mm1m
40 t mi
q -
:: New Bethel Baptist 'and
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HOUR KEY WIND !NOIISEE3
,, r S, ; :::;:;:::;:.;:.::.:: Ebeneezer Baptist. Rev.
88 IARobi :::::::::::::: Leroy Davis, pastor.. Schedule
' 16 ,. ::.. 10"X17"HIBACHI KODAK AX15RE !1t11 1 i!>:: for Bethel began with Prayer
19 14 : Meeting and Bible Study
2 1 $ "0 1 :;. GRILL .: combined Wednesday night at
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-------- "0 1.49 CAMERA OUTFIT : 7:30.: Saturday evening the I
3.49 : Pastor and Deacons will meet
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iaiic COOKS 3 TO 10 TIMES FASTERI! OUTFIT CONTAINS mm m in a business meeting. All
RETAINS VITAMINS AND NATURAL 13'/iOz. Spray LIFETIME CAST 5 CAMERA ... members urged to attend.
; : FLAVORS. 6 QUART REG. 19.99 IRON GRIDS.AREADJUSTABLE 5 8 8 EXPOSUR'E IS'. 9 ::::::::::::: Sunday services are will begin
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:;.: ; #495 SILICONE/FOAM ANDMAGICUBE with Church School at 9:45.:
.. WOOD HANDLES ::1;;;m j '
: IRONING BOARD TRAVEL-TAINER REG. 9 88 ;: Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
SONACDENTURE 120 REG 18 99 m11' 1 1 Communion service at 6:30


:.;}{:.: :' ELECTROSONIC KIT PAD COVER Ng, .L L PLASTIC 16 X 16 IN. L LIQUID DETERGENT IliI!!!!!!!!!! Services Everyone Prayer Ebeneezer Meeting is will welcome Baptist begin and:Church Bible with,

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DENTURE CLEANER DISH WASHER ;;1mmt11 Study combined Thursday
THAT IS FAST AND 58,. TABLE HANDLE FILLS WITH :mm::;:::;:::;:. night at 7:30.: Sunday services
will
conclude with Church
EASY TO USE! 4 { LIQUID DETERGENT ::;:;:::;::;:;:
'' 14 REG. m; School 'at 10 a.m. Regular
REG. 12.99 ;9 :: \, jj j jj services will be held Sunday,
< October 19. All members ares

r .I.\V"- :.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.;.:.:. asked to cooperate with all
1088 3REG'4999 llC activities of the church.'
:: St. Johns Missionary

:::01 Baptist Huffman Church., pastor.Rev Service Willie

U schedule as follows:: Servicesare
held each second and
COLGATE ? OZ. fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
BEGLIME. Church School at 10 a.m.
OR Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
CHARACTER INSTANT: MENTHOLLIMIT 44 aTEse Afternoon Worship at 3 p.m.
1 October 10, 1975 there will be a
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2;' Business Meeting at 7:30.:
a a ONE .
KNEE-HI M SHAVE ...,.. ; Monday at Noon the Prayer"
'. .. FRESH Band Meets.:'Each Wednesday-
FOR "
; J\o"" f' \:;
SOCKS 7\ ifJ.' OR SALTWATER 'SKATEBOARDS' fit 6'pm'Pr, .:Study'rcb'mbined.YftI'Meeting.'lInd"Bible. .."*
SUPER
16CT' REG. OR Thursday night a 16 p.m. Choir'
'HI.1930 rehearsal. Visitors are always .

ONE SIZLE EO fITS "gjJ 'q& PLAYTEX SPINNING welcome.ML Zion A.M.K.. Church.' ''*.;.":w

,
Rev. Richard Bethel pastor.
DESIGNS n 114 Sunday services will begin
DEODORANT REEL DURABLE' Sunday with Church School at .'
WOODEN 10 a.m. Love feast service at Nf;
,. ONE 8 BOARD 11 a.m. Communion service at !: '.
77 TAMPONS ALL METAL 68 98
E9+ ":/' CONSTRUCTION. WITH ROLL WHEELS EASY 4 welcome.Greater p.m. Visitors Bethlehem are always

JOCK ITCH REG. 9.99 REG. 1099 Freewill Baptist Church. Rev.
FOR
Jasper Williams pastor.
/ PRICKLY HEATCHAFING. Service schedule as follows:'
CRUEXEDIC Monday night Tiny Tots and
3 Ushers Board No. 3: meets.
4 02.
Tuesday night Prayer
LIMIT ONE 13 ::;:::::::::;:; Meeting. Wednesday night
:; ::::::::::: Senior choir rehearsal.
:? ld-II(1I I. SUPER ASSORTED :::::::::::::::
tj 1 1 sin 'IO'ILLII POWDER Thursday night Ladies Circle
_. COOKIES r1mmJ
:::;::*;:::::::; SPRAY meet.Friday night the Prayer
:::: :;:::::::::: LAWN MOWER R :J .. 12'/4 Oz. Pkg ;:...J.:;;:;;';;..;;:;;:; Band will meet. Sunday
REG 99 '
KNIFE ::::::: services will begin with
1:; :;i:1::;: .,, .
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::: ::::::: -. ,.1.1...t...j Church School at 9:30.:
:;:;;.:'::;:::::;::, r' Mf 6" FILET KNIFE M. :::::::: Morning service at 11 a.m.
;:;:;{:::::::::: 8 8' ::;:::;:::;::;:; Evening service at 6 p.m.
;j;: :;1:1::::1 OlD HSHIONID :::;:;;:;:;:;::;t: Greater Allen Chapel
f;::: ::::: BATHROOM ::;;::; A.M.E.! Church, Rev. R.G.
< MODEL8181 FOR CLEANING 99 COOKIES 79 ;:;:;:;:::;:::;: Heastie pastor. Service
BLACK ft DECKER AND FILLETING schedule as follows: Prayer
' j
lmmm 1;; POLE SHELFORGANIZER FISH' STAINLESSSTEEL trt111! Meeting and Class Meeting
'' BLADE combined began the weekly
'r1' SHRUB al "'02.4. mM; ,
/ services Tuesday night.
rt111m; REG. ....;t" = jmmtm j Sunday services will begin
;::::::':;:;:::::::, .. WITH EXTRA HEAVY DUTY % '"":: School at '
12499 TRIMMER with Church 10 a.m.
:; :: ::::::::;:::;:::
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' ; :;:; ;; ../ I MOLDED PLASTIC SHELVES S' S Church Con
;::: : At 11 a.m. a
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:.::.::.::.:.:::.::.:+:.::.: .. -'.. .". l .- ASSTD COLORS ADJUSTS :::::: ::;:;:;. ference will be held. 'AII'Boards
::::::::: .. .< : FROM 7'8" TO 8'2" :.:.::.:::.::.::.::.::. are asked to organize
;:;1;;i:11:;:: BRIGGS & STRATTON 4 CYCLE '. ::::::: before that time.
3 5 H P Fo.sh.ln.Im- :;;:;i::j
::!:;;;::1:;:;::, MOTOR' 1 '/>" TO 3"' CUTTING HEIGHT mini. "',"bs. Iiiy :i O The True Church of God In
i:;::;:::.::.:.:;:.;::' 8 8 to","n"ll_. Card- 8 8 V) WLr ;:;:; :ii Unity Elder Sampson White,
i.:::(C:::::?: 16 lot type with bit' 8 :.:.;.:.:.::.:;.:;.:.::; pastor. Service schedule as
;:;: :: REG ::::
:;::::::::
FITS MOST MOWERS (REG 9 99)) I t.n..included. 99 ;:;:: follows: Weekly services
:::: ::::::::::::' '. 9 OTO OPPE .;;: :;;: with
:::::::::::::: began Monday night
:1 1;1; .7 REG' : at 7:30. Each
li GRASS CATCHER 1999 Prayer Meeting :
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:.:.. :::: : 1m Prints Kodak FlGel ........., Wednesday night Terry
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:N!; ;: with.'.ry roll of .....,."...Mm' and ::::::;:::+::?::;; meeting and preaching.
" m :: NEAYYDUTY PAK 'OF EIGHT CANDY SALE! .r.p..rblaceene. pnnNhuy/weralh.f :!;:ii; ;!: Sunday service will begin with
: :: ':':: ...
' ...
:' ;:} whit film Kodacolororblachond '
dvlopd ::::::::: Church School at 10 a.m.
j:; 1j:;::1:1::: EDGER .
POWER VINYL COVERED
whip film for
CHOICE OF
m at 11 a.m.
j :::1;; Morning Worship
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:..:.:#.:.:..:.::..:.::: BRIGGS& DRIPDRYHANGERS M&M SNICKERS MILKY WAY CUP-ON OR ANDhe' regular. price ::::::::.:;.:.;::.: and 8 p.m.
::o;:::::{ STftATTON ENGINE HEAVY DUTY 3 MUSKETEERS (REG. 1.39)) 41N HAND .1." :.::.::.::.:.:::, First Born Church of the
Wa"dp'i" TODAY AND :::::::
:::
r m 11i111 9 INCH BLADE EASVPULL Living God. Weekly services
;;} :$ 5- START HANDLE CONTROLS FUN SIZE EVERYDAY jj1 mm t with
MEN'S TIES began Prayer Meeting
;;;*:;:;:;i; --
;:;:;:::;:;:;:;::: CANDY BARS .'. ..J"2HP ::;;;:::;::;1 Tuesday night Fridaynight is
_: ;:::;:;::;;::;:: Teery service. Sunday
j1tj1; ; :: Pastoral Day 'Regular ser
: 1 f 1 M
::; ':';::# : vice at 11 a.m., again on the
;::: 6 OZ. HONEYHOREHOUND
P 58" 1'9 Open Daily Sunday 9-6 :;:;::;::;;;::;: third Sunday. Visitors are.
1j : i :1j ... REG DROPS 33. REG uw PMCM coot nn UIUIMYmo '11 j1; m! always welcome.,
:::: :::;:::::: REG. 99' '
:': REG' 44 2,97: ::::::;:::;:::;: V"
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:i; 99
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.. r;: WILKINSONROSE. DAILY 9-9 SUNDAY 9-6 HURRY SOME ITEMS :t;:11mj a 1; ER

I LIMITED SUPPLY! sf:::::?:;:::;;>:s:::; $ ,

' :;.. .. BONDED = = MILK = 831 S. Walnut 11jrj ,

$ ....' I I I : Randal Trainer
CLOSE-UP' SKIN. Starke, _Fla.set. : l@: Home On Leave
N o R R LADES N R CAIE. m 1t: E-2 Randal 'L. Trainor.'
TOOTHPASTE son of Mr.' and Mrs. Leo
POLAROID T.II. R R I m11! Trainor of Starke, Is home on

COLOR ; ; REG MINT AND ; ; 6, CD.,\ ":: 11 leave baste-after training)' training having and'at completed advanced t the.U.S.

FILM 319' I. LIMIT 64OZ.i' 66 99 f I' :s Army Leonard Training Wood Center Miaaoi at Li:Fort,.,a.

120Z. LIMIT 1 Pvt. Trainor will be leaving i
WITH COUPON WITH COUPON LIMIT 1 WITH WITH COUPON I e .A Oct.It to join the 15th. Infantry},. 1
THRU 10/11/75' COUPON THRU 10/1 ,..
THRU 1O/11/75 THRU 10/11 Division in Hawaii. <'< ; :ji
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is 1975 gradual of
Trainor a
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., ,CITIZENSThe SENIOR, v r f ((4 ff 1 KEY U C mam( ( i iCOUPON _1 KEY "Y [ [ldlM_ SAVE W Ty J

OPEN
Santa Fe College Senior ,.
aooo OCT. OC S
Citizens community project MiCKOur wily COUPON ROOD OCT. TNIU OCT. II :: Old

class met Thursday"Arm ,Chair Oct. 2 Travel", at the SLICED I ORANGE gSUNDAY \ ""b.
school board office 582 N. 'g' J I
8M.

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Temple AVe. 79 6
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This class will meet every S BACONL.: :: Y
Thursday at 1:30: until the end =: JUICE' : g.
of this semester. Directors of :::2-. N- :;:::::-
this course are Ann and her: WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70' .
husband Bob Baker, who are WITH TNI UCNAI Or !.!.. PRO.HICKORY IW1itIKIe BACON :r: -:: WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR S0 .
world wide travelers. Ann AT ADDMtllt. ON TNIt AOI r-.. :;:::::
AND rUHCNAtl Of IP.'O WITH THI PMUCHAII OF IIX Nr. CAM AITO OIANOI JUICI '
narrates while Bob shows oi MORI ciOAnmii. LIMIT iiAii. ((yy A?ADMIIK ON TMIi PAOI AND A TOTAL PUCICMAII or $7.10
and out specific ; Ii OI MOIL IXC1UDIN.CI.AIITTI IIMIT ONI MPR. PUAII. i
slides interesting questions points spots; with answered.This intermittent L' ) ) ) ) ))) ) ) W)))) D r,, :


Instructive is a and very informative interesting PRICES GOOD OCT. OCT. 15 ,
9 THRU ryF
some program.idea At of least how it the gives other us _tt tililMDiic YI(, .( (,j_. e FfF PE4 P '.

half of the population of our ....
-:3 COUPON OOOD OCI. 5 INIU Oct. II :;::
world! These exists.are It lessons will surpriseyou in reli- ::9 MAXWELL .Qu QuReserved
1' KEY B YS- ::: -
gion, geography, and philoso- '
:
:
phy. Any person 60 plus can _J HOUSE i..... WINN-DIXIE STORES INC.
6 g ::;:: COPYRIGHT->5
and this class
enroll enjoy ti
with us.Club ::S: COFFEE 1-L.. ] '
member Jessie Young, BAG n
retired school teacher, con- THRIFTY MAID CLIP THESE COUPONS "
ducts a class in knitting WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50' ., ,
crocheting, tatting etc. 12 ,.. -.... hAi
,-:::; WITH THI PURCHAtf Or 1- SAO M..aw.u HOUSI COMIIADOmll ;:;::
people attended the first class TOMATOESSAVE .. '
ON THII PAOI AND A TOTAl PYRCMAIAI OF OP..OOH --;:
many of them non members of V'1, MOI IXCLUDINO CI...."... IIMIT ONI..n..... \'fj AND SAVE $1.70 '

our tell me club.that group This men is and a are very the also enthusiastic ladies wel--- )))\j1'j\\i)) ')))) )\) jIi')) )))Yji ))).))\)))))) ))) jj j

come.This class meets every ,
j
Tuesday from 10 a.m. till 12
noon. So come along, it's' all BETTY CROCKER LAYER (SAVE IBc) :

free.Happy birthdays for Sept- 46 $ 18$00 '

ember were Joe Stein Ethel CAKE MIXES : 2 :

Joan Batchelder Christiansen, Emma Morton, Ed 5 *

Roberts wedding anniversarywas 16-oz. THRIFTY MUlD CUT (SAVE 25c) +' ry
and Marion Driscoll. \r
Beginning H.C. Jan. 1 another CANSlimit .

social medicare.bite will security be With taken checks every out d our for in- GREEN BEANS. S CANS $100 A A

creasing doctor, hospital and
drug costs we proclaim that a 3 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigt. THRIFTY MAID (SAVE 33c) tlbo

Act""National is the main Health issue Security in the :.
1976 general elections. We STAR-KIST LIGHT CHUNK SWEET CORN. 4 CANS $100 $or
must inform our legislatorsthat .
we demand action on the TUNA FISH
Kennedy senate bill S-3 and
the Gorman, Griffiths bill PINEBREEZE USDA GR. 'A' FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE
H.B. 22. The organized senior
citizens are geared up to make 1WE oy
their voices heard and votes SAVE MEDIUM EGGS. DOZ. SSe

count.Instructions will be given to .
elderly persons on how to fill 33C
out your medicare claim
form. Have you read and 0N3
studied "Medicare Hand
Book?"your Questions on these CANS USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN
subjects which are importantto
you will be discussed at our 6Yz-oz. r W-D BRAND BROADBREASTED
meeting Oct. 14 a 1 p.m. at
Pratt Street recreation
center.: CAN
-Jon Kerrigan TURKEYS

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HAMPTONAREA Limit 3 w/$7,50 or more purc|>aie

NEWSby SUGAR SWEET WESTERN 0'.


Josephine Fontaine4H HONEY DEWSl' AND 8lBS.UP


The Hampton NEWS 4-H Club r' Fh rlti
Icg0tUfl'
held its meeting at the '-":
Hampton Elementary School 11 ? i wsuwawwwu.r+

October There 6.were 19 regular JUMBO \ LB.
members present, (13 girls 79 1 at
and 6 boys) and there were 19 MELLON l AAaILID /------------
new members making a totalof VI iU Dixie I DAIRY PRODUCTS I
34 members.There were six EACH
leaders present. I SUPERBRAND
The 4-H County Officers I
went to the County Com W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONE-IN
missioners Office and had RED TOKAY '. I
them declare this week as 4-H I
Week in Bradford County. Chuck Roast 98 I
Royce Joyner said the prayer GRAPES lB.39c L. I Smi I
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and Tammy Baldree and . CHEDDii'CHEESE I
Lynn and Doll Waters served .
the refreshments. This was W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS FULL CUT I
reported by Tammy Baldree. $149CHAMED I
JIFFY ENTREES
1 Friends Neighbors Round Steak. .LL $188.1 I I
t1 Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Dennison TURKIY *> GRAVY, SALISBURY VIAL PARMIGIAN .
had last week visitors BEEF PATTU, MEAT LOAF, OR BEEF'PEPPER FATTII
Mr. and Mrs.. R.E. Price of W-D BRAND SMOKED (WATER ADDED) PORK SHOULDER WHOLE I COTTAGE, CHEESE I

Jacksonville.Mrs.Frances Mrs. Wadsworth Machett and visited Mrs. SAVE Picnic Ham IL88e I 2 A\: $129 I

L Orlando Mrs. Machett's last weekend.daughter in 2 4O' .

The State Employment I FRISH I
Bureau will nave a LB. W-D BRAND 100% PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 5 OR 10-LB. HANDI-PAK
representative at the Hampton BOX N I SOUR CREAM I
City Hall every 2nd and 4th
I Wednesday from 10 a.m. to Ground Beef. IL78c I I
noon. Anyone wishing employment 2 as $100
can see them at this 1o
ASTOR UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT
time. ---------------

Craft The Class Wednesday meets at Afternoon 2:30: p.m. JUICE .s CAN3 s $ /O I .

at the Hampton Center.City Hall and . .
Recreation Anyone
interested in crafts is invitedto
attend. lAtOI FIRM NEARS (NO HEAD OVER 39c) VINE RIPE '

Senior Citizens Lettuce 29C "
The Hampton Senior . L'
Citizens met at the Hampton TOMATOES. 39e
Recreation Center,October 3, SAve lie TYSON CHICKEN SALISBURY OTURKEY
Sixteen members and two .
visitors were present. Dinners 2 89C
as; ;:
Several members had .

,called discount for their cards.Senior Citizens 60 SAVE :2Oc MORTON SUGAR a SPICE.. CHOCOLATE. BAVARIAN.' GLAZED OR JULY

years or older can Anyone FRUIT COCKTAILWD 3 ib ox.CANS. $1
for cards.information about these Doughnuts . .1K6:. : 69C

The door won by
prize was SAVE UF TO We TASTE Of SEA HADDOCK FLOUNDIR OR
I Paul Krieger. Game prizes BRAND FROZEN BOX Of 12 QTR. IB.
I went to Ruth Dennison, Lynn Perch Fillet .
Hall, Hub Matthews, Virginia ::6: : 99c
Cosgrove, Jeanette Krieger,
Buck Dennison, Bill Fontaine, SAVE lie SHOESTRING FRENCH FRY BEEF PATTIES. ''BOX $249
Paul Krieger and Lillian Hall.
Potatoes 4 $100SALUTO .
7:30:Next meeting. October 17, sst .
p.m.Cookie
BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER ORTUNA


PARTY SAVE 50c "' ,$114 HELPER '' .2" $1Page
PIZZA =
::.i .4 PKGS.Y t
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or cake recipes that '" ., ::r '
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late or coco can b* mad
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Birdseye View Of Starke, Vintage 1910 Building Mundorff r HouseholdHotline.: eooo .. I


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? by Becky Giebelg
This blydseye
View Of
that stood
Starke," 'believed for many years at the T.N. Limbaugh family.At Inspector
to have
been photographed about the southwest corner of Call i institution for many years, one story structures occupied Your Extension Home Economist
1910, the other end of the block patronized by "drummers," by Gerald Brown Insurance ..
shows many changes in the and Church Streets. Note outdoor Co., and the build- STARKE The appointment
was a garden and two-story
plot barn
downtown (traveling salesmen) and
area over the past built of Ronnie
65 "privy" with screen woodyard. ing formerly Sam Rosen- Wayne Mundorff QUESTION: How can I clean desired), ' years. strawberry buyers during berg's store now unused. 36, of Starke as county build
around door for greater Upholstered furniture? cloves or '/a to 1 ounce ground
berry season. This site is now ing
In right foreground is privacy and children "seesaw" Beyond the barn and west of inspector was approved at nutmeg, 12 ounces sugar (if
the the the
occupied by Nasworthy monthly of ANSWER A effective
Two-story building, former meeting the : very
nearby. This house the
is
be
rooftop of a two-story was Cherry Street stood the old sausage to used
house occupied for business block including location Stump's Store, was .County Zoning Board Tuesday cleaner you can make to use ).
many years by Commercial Hotel a Starke quickly Thoroughly mix
Harry Green's Auto Parts. night Sept. 30.
still a livery stable at time this on upholstered furniture (tor seasoning, spread it
over
photo was taken. carpets) is "Dry Suds", Heres
Upper
story Director trimmings and grind the
'.., -, ..... was the first "headquarters' Zoning L.M.. what you do..To one ((1) quartof whole
r --.1"'J'' Gaines announced that the quantity through fine
add neutral
..,. .' .., ,1fI' J.... ) of( Starke's National"home Guard guard"now ) unit. present inspector Richard' soap hot flakes water or soapbeads./a cup Let plate.
no"t"1' i \ Haverty was having to resign stand overnight of until
Wttt ": ", Trees obscure the due to a health problem, and solution changes to a soap QUESTION) How can I
remainder of this block and recommended the appoint- jelly. Mix about 3-4 cup of remove mildew from a shirt?
:f\' r9{
(M.S.T.)
ment of Mundorff. He stated
Ni the next although a two-story soap-jelly until stiffly beaten
JM frame house Is visible, which later that Mundorff would (like egg whites). With ANSWER Remove mildew
may have been one that stood take over the duties of inspector vegetable Brush apply suds to spots as soon as possible
ry6i just west of present Telegraph ,Monday.In upholstered furniture using before the mold growth has a,

building and was an early a brief session the board circular motion, cleaning onlya chance to weaken or rot the
"hotel'or rooming house. gave C.B. Bullock, Jr., of small area at a time. material. Brush off surface
r Lake Brooklyn, permission to Remove suds with a rubber growth outdoors then sun and
L poi bN Towering in the backgroundis advertise on a proposed zon- spatula. To rinse use clean air fabric thoroughly If spots
the roof and steeple of the ing change on SVj acres in damp cloth to rub over area. remain. Dryclean non-
old Bradford County court- Smokerise Subdivision for Buff with a soft, dry cloth. washables. Wash other articles
house, built in 1902. There is construction of a private Caution: Never wet fabric. with soap or detergentand
little development west of the hidden water. Rinse well and dry
tennis club. Bullock said the Try a small area on
in the If stain
courthouse, with a large sun. remains
open would include a club furniture first to check color
area visible, which may have project fastness bleach with lemon juice and
been used earlier for orange four I paved; tennis salt, spread in sun to bleach
courts to begin with, and and rinse, OR bleach with 2
M abandoned
after the What
I groves QUESTION: seasonings
possibly a swimming pool
P y1ff'' Big Freeze in the mid1890's.One later. If granted the are used for fresh sausage? tablespoons of liquid chlorine
property bleach
to one quart of water
(Mr. and Mrs. L.P.)
would be rezoned from R1A '
and stain or, soak
.; sponge
block
north of Call (on (single family residential) ANSWER : Extension stained area for 5-15 minutes
Walnut St.) a small house and given a classification of recommends the following then rinse thoroughly. Head
stands the site of
on present "special uses". You labels is
recipe. can make a small using chlorine bleach
office.
post Mrs. Loretta Hart of SR-100 quantity of sausage to test the method to be sure it is safe.

Large white two-story west was given permission to recipe with these
\; structure with steeple atupper advertise for zoning change measurements: 4 pound Perhaps you have asked
right on present site of from OR to BR to permit con- trimmings 5 teaspoons salt, 4 some of these same questionsor
City HalT is the old Red Man's struction and operation of a teaspoons ground sage, 2 have other' questions
f Hall. which was used before feed and seed store, with gas teaspoons ground pepper ''2 related to home economics. If
teaspoon ground cloves OR 1
1902 the courthouse.The so please contact Mrs. Becky
as county pumps, on property at New
Red Men River. teaspoon ground nutmeg, and Giebeig County Extension
were an early .
1 teaspoon sugar.: For 100 Office in the Agricultural
1 Starke fraternal order The petition of Fred Sackett pounds of trimmings use the Building, at the fair grounds
similar to Masons and Elks.
:ii.m for reclassification of three following: 1 and 3-4 pounds P.O. Box 1028 Starke, Florida

% lots in Lake Hampton Oaks salt,2 too ounces ground sage, 32091, or by calling 964-6554.

t '_- .- -.----- !. .:.-1 Just west of this is the old subdivision and one adjoining. 2 to 4 ounces black pepper, '/% any time weekdays from 8
Methodist Church building, lot from OR to BR to 1 ounce red pepper,'' ( If a.m. 5 p.m.

A block farther west is a and across Walnut Street from

Point of view ------ two-story frame building on that is another two-story white
--------------------
the site now occupied by the structure with steeple location
4 old Florida Bank building.The of the Starke school
Telegraph was once before new high school building LAWTEY I
housed on the second floor of was constructed about
Two Million Dollar Gamble this building, with a general 1913. The Starke Woman's
merchandise store un Club now stands at this loca- E nip I oyment Of I I ce
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Kedd and
tion. Hours Set Here relatives due
derneath.On to the death of of
Felman Ga.
Macon
Bob Green of Starke son.
her
husband Mr.
'Sidney
the weekend with their
One would think the city council bud Schaefer also said we should count on the north side of Call One block farther west (one- Florida State Employment Hansen, who passed away on spent Mother Mrs. O.J. Phillips.
Street starting at right story white building with Service; will be in City Hall, Monday night.
get session was a poker game. more people moving to Starke in the appears the Law and Mrs. Phillips returned home
to be a vacant lot, now ) was original ley, on 1st 3rd Mrs. Joyce Futch of
next year again boosting the city's electrical the homesite of Mrs. G.J. Baptist Church on the same Wednesdays of every month Blackshear, Ga. was a dinner with them and will be their
The word "gamble" was spoken at income. A 14 per cent increase in McGriff. Proceeding west location used today.It from 1 3 p.m. He will take guest of her sister Miss guest for some time.

least four times in just one hour and the power plant business will be necessary across Cherry Street is the old Applications for jobs, and will Elizabeth Terry on Mondayand Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.visited Joe Jenkins Mr. and of

A) ante was utility costs. to meet the budget for the coming Hoover Studio, still standing is not known how thisblrd'.eye help those unemployed to Thursday. They attendedthe Mrs. Harold Eunice last
year.t and the two-story building view was obtainedby secure Work. funeral of.Mr.'' Sidney Sunday afternoon.

"We gambled last year and won" occupied for many years by Hoover Bros. Studio, but it SCHOOL NEWS Hansen at Crosby Cemeteryon
Mayor Charles Schaefer said in expec- Council expects 'to re-evaluate its Quigley &: Davis Lumber Co. possible that it might have Thursday. CONGRATULATIONS; to
been taken from atop the old School pictures were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth the 'Junior Class Princess of
I of increased income from after six months if
tation the position to see they
All in the next distributed last Wednesday.
buildings water tank which once stood Barfield spent the weekend Bradford High School. Stal'kc.MISs .
: power plant. He recommended they quit have a winning hand that is, if more block are still standingthe on site of present power plant. Retakes for those whose with their brother and sister- Gwen Zack. of Law tc\'.
v' beating around the bush (budget cutting people have moved to Starke and the pictures did not come in will in-law? Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Maines Griffis and

1 ) and merely add to expected income natural gas allotment has increased. be on October 24. Moody and family, of family of Palatka spent the
The PTA mothers are still weekend with her mother
Tallahassee recently.Mrs.
from utilitybills- which was willingly
seeking volunteers for the Myra Rafus her Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and
doneii< ter-; ).: What t if,things' aren't going as plan- October 25 Halloween Car- cousins, Mr. and vied Mrs..1>al t'. "asap and Lynn.
County Agents By rival Please call the school if *Mr fl rrV: ,
Council expects an increase in naturalgas ned? P Venez and family, 1/ < ]< ;WayneGustafson
you can assist in any way. Beach, Va., for two weeks. : of Cirit-n" Cove
allotments for the city this year BobbyTaylor The Florida Statewide Test While there they visited Springs were Sunday dinner
which will cut the cost of operating the "We'll make adjustments," Schaefer Notebook.. for third grade pupils will be Stewart Beckett in Goldberg guests of their. grandparents

; power plant. The more natural gas it said indicating a forced increase in util- f given in October. All pupils Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs

receives, the less fuel oil will be needed. ity prices. *" :. will be tested in Reading and N.C.Visitors at the home of Mr. Mrs. Joyce !Flitch of
f. Math' and the results will and Mrs. Carl Prevatt duringthe Blackshear Ga. Visited :Mr.

"We roughly the same BTUs from under assist the teachers in makingany week were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Les McClellan. on
S$ get Although
by city
pressure Seems like we are doing a only in the scramble, but also instructional changes that Russell Green of Brooker on Friday afternoon. (Other)t
*i' propane (natural gas) at 25 cents as fuel employees to give raises council should lot of talking about our cattle ,in the livestock show at the are needed for the pupils Sunday afternoon. J.C. guests of the IlcClellallsH'I'e

ii"', oil at 42 cents" councilman Vernon Sil- exercise more caution in drawing its situation without being able to Fair next year.Speaking continued progress. Prevatt Jr., and grandson of their daughter. Mrs Margie

A.$ cox said.However. budgets. Sooner or later we have to improve conditions for our The trees which have been Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Kslelle
accept the reality that there is a limit to cattlemen. I'm hoping that of 4-H'ers, this is cut on the school grounds werea Wayne Harper their son and a Mitten of State !Farm
,jC savings will not be passed abundance, and this reality is the only two meetings that are comingup National 4-H Club Week. 4- hazard to pupils and anyone friend, were their dinner !Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
K on to customers. Nor will the temporary' will help our cattlemen.The Hers in Bradford County and else who might be around guests on Saturday. Mrs. Graham were Sunday dinnerguests
sure bet throughout the country are them. Persons who want any Clark Clapp of Starke visited of their parents. Mr.
surcharge (now approximately first one is a meeting at busy with activities and of the wood should feel free to them Saturday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.

Lj,j 1/4 of our utility charges) be lifted. Two million dollars of public money in 7:30: p.m., tonight (Thursday, programs to let the people help themselves any time Bertha Stuckey of Mrs. Ola Mae Howe was a

s.lijj. the hands of a few men should not make October 9) at the Union know about their after the school hours. Jacksonville spent a week Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
County Courthouse in Lake organization. I hope have Fire Prevention Week with her sister-in-law Mrs. and Mrs Lonnie Teston.
l All such monies will be swallowed in for you
a poker game of this sort although it Butler for Bradford and Union seen some of the reports and October 6 -11 will be observedat Myra Rafuse. Mrs. Edith Suinney and Mr.
Jj the jaws of city hall to make up for losses is rather handy for the few men. The cattlemen. Dr. John Holt, results of our 4-H program. the Lawtey Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin and Mrs. C.K. ('ow an, of

in revenue sharing. only true loser is the public. extension economist at the School Library during Story and Donna, of Orlando, spent Jacksonville went to New;
2 University of Florida, will be Just another reminder of Hour. The students will see a the weekend with their London Conn., on Thursday to

our speaker. He will be things to be doing and on the Filmstrip Department parents, Mr. and Mrs. ILL be with their son. Bryan for
discussing economic con- look-out for this Workers and hear Smokey Barfield. Parents week at Coast Guard
ditions and will hopefully year. Bear's story of the forest. Mrs. Lissie Starling of Academy there.Spencer .

I Well Spoken, Mr. Lewis explain information that will -Check your pastures (and CHURCH ACTIVITIES Jacksonville spent sometimewith Crews. of
help cattlemen make good lawns) again for armywormsand her daughter, Mrs. Elsie Jacksonville spent Thursdaywith
Church of God
management decision -Hope grass caterpillars. I'm : Sunday Norman. his mother, Mrs. Pierce
School 10 Ser-
a.m. Worship
you will be with us.' still seeing damage and getting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley Crews.
,: This week's laurel goes to outspoken effect that gambling is wrong and calls about these destruc- vice 11 a.m.and 7 p.m.7:30 Prayer entertained at a family birthday !Friends of Ronnie Mc-

Duval County Representative, John W. wasteful," Rep. Lewis declares.For Another very important tive pests.! Sevin is a good Insecticide YPE Meeting Friday Tuesday at 7:30 :p.m.p.m.. party Sept. 20 for their Clellan,of Vidalia.Ga.. will be
to learn that he
cattlemen is and happy
for all a
meeting for armyworm daughter, Teresa, on
Lewis m who has turned thumbs down
; Cow-Calf Clinic to be held next control and can be used on Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Sept. 26 honoring their returned home from Duke
on the proposal of Rep. Gene Campbell the state to depend on "such vices School 10 a.m. Worship Services Durham
week in Palatka. The all day pastures being cut for hay and daughter, Lisa. University Hospital.
)!' of West Palm Beach to legalize casino and unwhoJesome influences to obtain meeting will start at 9 a.m. grazed after sprayed.It 11 a.m., and 7:30: p.m. Deepest sympathy of the N.C. They did not have to

,": gambling in Florida. funds"demeans Florida government and and adjourn at 3:45 p.m. at the Prayer Meeting Wednesday community is extended to the operate on him.
public service," he adds. auditorium of the Ravine is time to plant clover :Faith family and relatives of Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Starling and
last Gardens on Thursday, October ryegrass,rye and other winter Baptist Radio Mary Dinkins, who passed son and her mother, Mrs.
Campbell was in Jacksonville 16. We will be talking forages. I hope you have Program over WPXE Starke away on Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and children
week; seeking the endorsement of the Lewis believes and we agree that about pooling travel and sampled your soil, applied Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 Hester- Hicks and of Starke, attended the

state AFL-CIO convention for his ill- most Florida citizens would prefer to be travel arrangements. Give mea needed lime or dolomite, a.m.,WorshipServicesiia.ms daugher, Mrs. Bettie Wolfe of Carlton Reunion al Lake

u considered proposal. taxed fairly, but straightforwardly, for call if you would like a ride. prepared your land and ordered and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Fort Myers; visited her Butler on Sunday.
seed and fertilizer. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Mrs. W.F. Atwood and Mrs.
f the services government affords them, your nephew and niece, Mr. and
i rather than to subsidize these servicesby The program will cover Study. Mrs. Jack Hogan and Mr. and Pierce Crews visited her
% Rep. Lewis said he is basically opposed such topics as the economic Call me If you have any Grace United Methodist: Mrs. Alton Hogan and were sister, Mrs. D. L. Shaw, of
to the idea of legalized gambling a gambling program that will down- outlook for Florida cattlemen questions about growing these Sunday School 9:45: a.m., dinner guests of her sister, Lacrosse, on Wednesday.Miss .

because "It goes against everything I grade the quality of life in Florida, and infectious disease of cattle, crops. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Jimmy Hogan, her son Doreen Wilson

believe in." He feels, and rightly so, that bring unsavory elements into the state. weed control in improved Bob Allen, our Starke 7:30: p.m.United, Choir Practice Methodist 7p.m. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and daughter of Col. and Mrs. Wm.

gambling )is morally wrong in most forages new information on Farmers Market Manager, is Fellowship? : Wednesday Mrs. Joe Hogan, all of Wilson, will be leaving on
cases illegal, and invariably brings withit "The cost in gambling-spawned crimes and pasture fer- making plans for the first Methodist Youth Jacksonville.Mr. Thursday October 9, for a 45

an "evil, corrupting, and wasteful in- and in forsaken values is clearly not tilization. Pecan Auction to be held Fellowship sponsored a Hay Powder. and Springs Mrs. Mark, Ga.Fosterof spenta day tour of Europe.

fluence." worth the possible benefit of any added An interesting topic will also probably Thursday, October Ride on Saturday night on the week with their Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Bibbs,
parents
monies to our revenues," says the Jack- be the use of chicken litter in 30 more' in 'Starke.Information I'll give you the country roads leading to the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth of Hanover, Ind., stopped in on
sonville solon. "A state with the scenic beef cattle rations. All on Traylor Home. After the hay Barfield. 'Tuesday morning and visited
"The to gamblingto Pecan
proposal encourage Auction next week. ride bonfire and
a a with Mrs. Paul Lock.
and social coastline forests water and speakers are qualified and Levi Boree and his mother,
schools ,
obtain funds for our preserves duck Potato
experienced and should give party aoyed Mrs. Lillie Boree, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
service programs is most unseemly attractions like Disney World that us enough good information -CORRECTION 5 1- Chip* Julian Nolte of Middleburg Wilkison attended a Birthday

when we reflect that much of the school-- Florida possesses, clearly does not need that will make the day worth- The Telegraph Incorrectly Highland Baptist; Sunday visited their sister, Mrs. Party for their son, Donald

ing for our children and the concern for to appeal to the worst In tourists, but while. reported in the Oct. 2 issue School 10 .a.m., Worship Lissie Starling, and niece, Wilkison, Jr., in Jacksonville,
our recipients of public assistance is the should continue to appeal to the best." that: city utility customerswere Services Meeting 11 .m.Wednesday and 7 p.m.7, Mrs. Elsie Norman,on Friday on Saturday night
Speaking of cattle don't allowed two full billing Prayer night; Friends of Mrs. J.B. Taylor

Well spoken, Mr. Lewis! forget our annual Calf periods before p.m.Northlde Mr.: and Mrs. W.F. Moore Sr., of Jacksonville, mother of
I Scramble for 4-H and PTA We have been informed that School 10 Baptist: Sunday Jr., and sons of Hen- Mrs.Lucille T. Ivey, regret to
members this Saturday. This once a customer: is sent a a.m. and Worship dersonville, N.D. spent two learn that she fell and broke
,.- outstanding program will second monthly statement he Services( 11 a.m. Wed-7:30: days with their parents, Mr.. her leg on Wednesday and Is a
start t 6:30: p.m. with the first Is off. p.m., Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Fred Moore on their patient in St. Vincent's
R Cav 'scramblestarting promptly. at The Telegraph apologizes nesday 7:30 p.m. way back to Miami. ,While Hospital, Jacksonville. Our
?r 7 p.m. for the error Personal they were here their brother prayers are with her.
4 mili ? Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanleyand and sister-in-law, Mr.' and
We have 20 good calves that their mother Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Chuck Moore and Bob of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith
will be ready Tor the tussle. I Watts of Crescent City, were Lake City met them here and Martha and John,. were
C ,hope the boys and girls win Sunday dinner guests of her were dinner guests of their Sunday dinner guests of their
also be ready. This scramblewill son and daughter-in-law Mr. parents, Mr; and Mrs.: Fred brother.In-law and sister Mr.
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER of
and
Mrs. Otis Crabtree
and Mrs. Barry Watts and Moore Friday evening.
be in on
'1 unique that it is the*
N Publishers Starke., ,, _
first time girls will b w Barry Lee. Otherdinner Deepest sympathy of the ?
P4btshednch Thursday and intend M second OMS MMMr at the Poet Off tee at Starke.Fla. under Act scrambling for calves The? gusts of the Watts were Mr. community 1 is extended to the .Mr;and Mrs. Carl Norman
r and Mrs. B.F of and sons, and Mrs.:_Darlene
be McCulley and family Rev and Mrs
to determined
teem
oMirrJd) 3, 1tt7A. more MN and ": the ;
Norman sons,"spent
Subscription r t In trade ere: i$6 peryeer: tt.GO six months. !than some of the boys have i David. Jimmy 'Parrish due to the' ,
Outside trade area: (7 par year: M.OO she months. talked to. I'm looking forward N.l s ..... rfesi Deepest sympathy-01 the death of their father Frank Weekend. and wltltheil'\ cousins'Mr. of )7' .

9M. 308 Stafk. Fla. to seeing them compete not ... -tl7,. community: is extended to Bryant, who passed away on ,Seville Mrs.RgySmilb; / ,'
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Mrs. Sidney Hansen andS Friday afternoon.. \-

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TELEGRAPII October 197$
WANT ADS


St. Mark's 39th Nat'l Ladies Day i
ObituariesMrs.
I LergalsNDTICE CLASSIFIED. AU HATKSl :

Observed At Church Of God
Eva Rigdon of Jacksonville?, l UI'sdllll4' for Insertion

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Church The ladies of the Starke helping people to become Mary Dinkina 14 grandchildren and 6 great' Tiu'NiliiNoon |m'fillng!:

Loretta M. Hart has made REGISTER Church of God were in chargeof better Christians. grandchildren.Services Tliursday brfure, |ImbllclltllN\, j
..... Enl Btnt Services were held Tuesday held Monday ,
the Bradford Chiveh Jaekion entire Speakers were Mrs. Melvin were .
Application to FICTITIOUS NAME the morning rr .
worship
County Zoning Board for Pursuant to Section 865.09 THE RBV&JOHN/ M. FLYNN. hour Sunday, Oct S, 'as the Drake, Mrs. Sam Bassett, morning, I Oct. 7, for Mrs. afternoon, Oct. 6, In the M illinium ('hul'gt'I.IHI:! ) ,.
Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs S.J. Mary L. Dinkins,, 78, of Northside Baptist Church with (Cover* I 15; YVitrdH I : ,
redassification of the property Florida Statutes, notice is here- church observed its 39th /
October 9th O'Steen, Mrs Willard Craw Lawtey who died Saturday Rev. John H. Davis and Uev. Kai-h: word over J 1.1; "
described below from OR (Open by given that the undersigned Thursday, 7:30: National Ladies Day. afternoon, Oct. '4, In Alachua
Rural) to BA (Business Automotive James A. Davis, Rt. 3, Box 108. p.m. Senior Choir Practice Approximately 100 ladies ford.The General Hospital in Merle Packham officiating. III t'I'IIIM \;
). Starke, Bradford County, Sunday, October 12th 8:30: were welcomed by President program was closed Gainesville.Born Burial was In South Prong / !

One (111) acre N.W. on Hwy Florida, 32091 doing business a.m., Holy Eucharist; 9:45: Royce Joyner who spoke on with all the ladies gathered at in Lawtey on August Cemetery near Sandersonwith Funeral All ("asslrl"ddN must by ?.:
for rededication and C. Jones for
the altar DeWitt paid in advance
Moodys StoreIn the firm of "DAVIS a.m. Church School 11:00: the of the iinlron you
100 V4 mile past under name ; purpose auxiliary, communion.. 29, 1897, Mrs. Dinkins was a of Starke in charge of have
Sec. 2 Town 6 South, Range TRUCKING". Rt. 3, Box 108, a.m., Morning Prayer; 5:00: the past projects, and visits housewife and a member of Home an eslaMihhrd uvrmini '
'
20 East, to build and operate a Starke, Bradford County, p.m., Junior E.Y.C. Meeting; made by the ladies of the local The ladies Invite Grace United Methodist arrangements. with the Telegraph |In Him .'

feed and seed store with gas Florida 32091, intends to register 6:45: p.m., Senior E.Y.C. church of the community any to Church of Lawtey : :.':: : ::::::::::::::::::::::: event ;50 cents extra\ charge\ '{
woman ::::::: :: :::::::::: ::::::: :: : ; for billing. Not responsible for .
pumps. said fictitious name under the Meeting. Some 75 of the ladies com with the the Survivors include two : ;
This change in classification is provisions of aforesaid statute. Tuesday, October 14th 7:00: posed the choir Sunday last meet Monday of auxiliary each month on at daughters: Mrs Mildred Cox i elr. Of Thanks : errors when given over lh"> ,',:

subject to a public hearing to beheld James A. Davis, sole owner. p.m., Women of the Church special singing was presentedby at the church. Purpose of Waldo Mrs. Adel Burton of phone or' when't'rlpy: IH mrt t .

: on Tuesday, October 28, Dated the 7th day of October, Meeting. Mrs. Leon Odom, Mrs. Pat 7:30: p.m.of the auxiliary is to do Jacksonville, ; two sons : ..."..........................................."..'\Y.,..........if'.....:.<.
1975 at 7:30: p.m. in the County A.D. 1975. Murner Mrs.Joey Reese, and all it can for home, church, Charles Dinkins of Starke and flee ?,r ....
Commission room at the Brad 10/9 4tp 10/30: Mrs. Gene Bass community and work in help- Paul Dinkins, Jr of St. CARD OF THANKSI '.

ford County Court House at The ladies presented a program ing spread the gospel of Jesus Augustine, seven grand I would like to thank my LOST AND FOUND ..

which time all persons Interestedshall ------.;..------ entitled "You Have Christ children and 11 great friends and relatives for their ?
be heard for or against the Been Chosen," narrated by Other than Sunday, the grandchildren.Burial. many thoughtful acts during the LOST: Male German Shepard

proposal, as specified in the Mrs. Gary Coleman. Mrs. Church of God holds young Kingsley Lake Illness and death of my husband.Fa age 9 months, name Spunk, ,,,..,..,ti
Zoning Code of Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Charles Schmitt recited a people's meeting on Wednes Cemetery. Services were the many cards, flowers, silver & black, last seen orj *

County. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 poem entitled "The Home day night, prayer meeting on from Jones Memorial Chapel food and other gifts are greatly State Rd. 100. If found please"' '
BRADFORD COUNTY, town Witness." Friday nights, both at 7:30; with Rev James R. Hall of appreciated. call 496-3336 after 5 p.m.1>Je'

A.R. Kiefer, Chairman FLORIDA .... -r: : The stage was decotated asa p.m. The church also has ,, a ficiating.DeWitt. _Mrs. Sidney Hansen Reward. 1tp 10/9 CI1ju> '
Bradford Co. Zoning Board. garden of fruits, emphasizing radio ministry on. Sunday C. Jones Funeral -.-_________.. 1 BQt1
File No.75-259 ((7.1; Home was in charge of I bin-.
10/9 the fruits of the
1tp Spirit morning at 9:05': a.m.. on CARD OF THANKS .
Division ((1-2342)) demonstrated in each life arrangements.
------------- .rUol WPXE. The family of Chester Chaff

NOTICE v\ish to express our heartfelt
C.B. Bullock, Jr. has made WILLIAMS IN RE: estate- of DECEASED.ODIAPHINE Cfl"pcfl' ObituariesJames Frank Bryant, 77 appreciation to the many friends PERSONAL SERVICE .

Application to the Bradford of Starke for their thoughtfulacts

County Zoning Board for of kindness during the loss
Griffis all of
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Cannady, Macclenny;
of the property '' Frank Bryant, 77, of
reclasafication of loved
all creditors and all parsons'' Sunday Sunday School, five sons, Lonzie E. Griffis our one. MOBILE HOME MOVINd Also oldmobile
from R1AReidentiall Raiford, died in the North :
described below LAKE BUTLER -Mr. Er Mrs. Lewis Chaff
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship and R.L. Griffis both of ,
Lake
claims demands ,
( ) to Special Use. having or 11:00: a.m.; Church Training Gravesldefuneralservicesfor Butler three brothers Calvin Florida Regional Hospital in Sr., Mr. ft Mrs. Lew Chaff, Jr. I, home hurricane an-11]"IJ?
of Smokerise(Lots 1 against this estate: ; 'Gainesville last Friday afternoon choring and mobile home roof
554 acres 6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship James Griffis, 79, were held Griffis and Silas Griffis bothof ( .v
notified and requiredby ,
miles south of Starke You are Oct. .3, following a Olin's
thru 91 ten Section 733.15 Florida 7:30: p.m. ; New Member. Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Sapp Raiford and Nelson Griffis; CARD OF THANKS coating. MOBILE
city limits off Hwy. 100 in Fellowship, 8:30: p.m.Monday' Cemetery. The Rev. Riley Lake Butler two sisters Mrs. lingering illness. Home Service. 964-5606- Rt.V/-
]| >
8 South, Statutes to file any claims and ; Our heartfelt thanks to all who
13 Township
Section Pridgen and the Rev D.L 100W. Starke, Ra. tfchg. uJ
Lizzie Thornton and
Range 22 East, to build and demands which you may have Girls Ensemble Griffis offlC a ted. Raiford Mr. Bryant was born in extended comforting sympathyand i?
-
Mrs. Mae Shadd Lake Butler --- -- -
operate a private Tennis dub. against the estate of 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00: Griffis died 'Oct. 5 in ; Baker County on January 16 help In our recent sorrow. "lLb"
29 grandchildren and 14
ODIAPHINE WILLIAMS, great For the floral offerings, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS"
is :
This change in classification Riverside Hospital in '. 1898. He was a retired worker prayers
subject to a public hearing to be deceased, in the Circuit Court, in p.m. Jacksonville after a long grandchildren. with the citrus industry and a and other kindnesses we are 1 114 Christian Street, Starke;'* :

held on Tuesday, October 28, and for Bradford County, Room Tuesday Helen Masters illness. member of the Northside deeply grateful. A special thanksto Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, $t

1975 at 7:30: p.m. in the County 101 County Courthouse, Group, 10:00: a.m.; Lorena A life-long resident of Union Baptist Church of Starke. Dr. Hernandez and the nursesat 8 p.m. Call 9644-6709, 964-

Commission room at the Starke, Florida, within four Epperson Group, Ida Darby County, Griffis lived in Lake SMOKE H'JRTS KIDSA Bradford County Hospital. 5434 or'4732108.' 9/25' 14tp Of
Bradford County Court House at months from the date of the first Group 2:30: Junior health survey in -The family of Frank Bryant 12/24 i :*
p.m. ; Butler for the 14
past years. ....... ..._
interestedshall publication of this notice. Survivors Include two ----- --- Ire
time all homes concluded that
which persons Choir, 3:30: p.m.; Lottie Moon He worked with the state Detroit .
be heard for or against the Each claim or demand must Group 7:30: p.m.Wednesday Division of Corrections for 33 smokers' children were sick daughters : Mrs. Betty CARD OF THANKS WANTED: Masonry & concrete!

proposal, as specified in the be in writing and must state the before his retirement. more frequently than nonsmokers Parrish of Raiford and Mrs. I wish to'thank my friends, work Big or smel jobs. 782-1,III
Zoning Code of Bradford place of residence and post years Carolyn Kendall of neighbors and relatives for their 3215. Itp 10/9/ \B
Family Night Survivors include his wife, children, and that _
County. office address of the claimant Zephyrhills; two sons : many thoughtful acts of kindness -- ------- -
Supper, 6:15: ; Sunday Mrs. Frances Griffis Lake
p.m.
and must be sworn to by the the presence of tobacco smokein Charles Bryant and Donald i flowers and cards during HOME REMODELING AND-,
School Workers Mtgs., RA.'sG.A's Butler five daughters, Mrs. !
A.R. Kiefer, Chairman claimant, his agent, or his at Acteens, World Geneva; Whitehead, Starke, the environment was Bryant, both of Starke; two rry recent illness and hospital- REPAIR: Master electrician,'- .
Co.: Board associated with "lessened sisters ization. plumber & Reai'sonaWe N'I'
Bradford Zoning torney. Friends Mission Friends, 6:45: Mrs. Alta Mae Williams Mrs. : Mrs. Pearl Homines carpenter. :
10/9 Each creditor shall deliver health:' of One -P.D. Reddish 964-8087. 10/9
1tp physical co. Florida, and Mrs. rates. -
p.m.; "Hour of Power", 7:30: Jeanette Eddy Mrs.' Dixie h
sufficient copies of his claim to 1tchg 10/9 4tchg 10/30
-------------- Church Choir 8:15: Lee and Mrs.
p.m.; p.m. Lyons Betty;
the Clerk mail to
enable to one
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NOTICE EXAMINATIONNotice sr, .
is hereby each personal representative. Adult Ladies .....
given pur Dated September 8, 1975. Thursday -
suant to Chapter 16C-7, Florida ALBERTA WILLIAMS as Handbells, 12:00: a.m. ; ,

Administrative Code, Rules and Executrix of the Estate of Visitation 7:00: p.m. ;t..
Regulations Governing Water Odiaphine Williams Deceased. Saturday Bus Ministry ':
Contractors in Florida, of .. az
Well 9/18 4tchg 10/9 Visitation 8:30: a.m. .
an Examination for a Water Well

Contractor's License. The ,
--wr w..ra--- -------
Examination will be given at the

following times, dates, and locations -
afar
to all qualified applicants ,' \
whose applications are receivedin IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' LergalsNOTICE ." :.' 'rh

the offices of the Department THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR '.;,\ r rI ,
of Environmental Regulation, CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1" 'I'f ;, r; .Il'

Division of Environmental Per BRADFORD COUNTY. OF INTENTIONTO ." :> or! ,,. ... 'r1r.u2
mating, Tallahassee, not less REGISTER :,< ; !lfn

than Examination two days dates.prior to the" ,CASE NO. FICTITIOUS NAME .,. ":-.:, 'r,;.: 4.. ..ae

10:00: A.M. Tuesday, October IN RE: The Marriage of GENE Pursuant to Section 865.09 < ....

28, 1975; Central & Southern WILLIAM MARSHALL;' HUB-' i Florida Statutes, notice is .', .' ; ., fL" '"", r .. :..lAOr

Florida Flood Control District, band/Petitioner, and MARY 'Ii hereby given that the'''tin-' ;' ,

t Amex Conference Room, 909. LOUISE'MARSHALL, Wife/Re i{ dersigned W.L Thomas: 603 S. r' .no;)
Evernia Street, West Palm spondent. Walnut St., Starke. Bradford ''1C tl. r ''i E: ,or "U

Beach, Florida. '"
10:00 A.M. Wednesday, County, Florida 32091doing ::,
: NOTICE OF SUIT -
business under the firm name of
October 29, 1975; Suite 101 PROPERTY '
"THOMAS OIL COMPANY",
Conference Room, 3444 McCoy
603 S. Walnut Street, Starke, :
Place Commodore Building, Look before
Louise Marshall ,
ToMary: Bradford County Florida 32091, ;arwrr,, o 74 Ir'i i
Koger Executive Center, address unknown intends to register said fictitious ,
Orlando, Florida, 32803. ,
name under the provisions. of
10:00: A.M. Friday, October YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat aforesaid statute.:
31, 1975; Koger Executive an action for dissolution of sole
W. L. Thomas
Center, State Highway 27, marriage has been filed againstyou Dated this 2nd, of owner.October
day
South, Room 204, Turner and required to .
are
you A.D. 1975 Starke
Building, Tallahassee, Florida serve a copy of your written Florida., at ,. you reap Y .

32301.Itchg.10/9 defenses AND KOPELOUSOS, if any, to it,on Attorneys SHAW 10/4 4tchg 10/23 Do you know the most: important thing HO-1 '

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-------------- for Petitioner, whose address is you should do before picking fruit?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 142 West Call Street Post Office .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Or+ ? ( *!
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Box 1086, Starke, Florida, pruning your tree WOi
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 32091, and file the original with
FORD COUNTY Look And check
Right. carefully
to see
BRADFORD COUNTY the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt ,JI' up. no, ,1\

CASE NO on or before October 27, CIVIL ACTION if there are any stray branches sort I <
1975, otherwise a judgment may
W'rS
Case No.75271In
IN RE: The Marriage of HAMPTON be entered against you for the ?,. ,,. ", '." ,' touching power lines': !: V .
GRADY HOWELL Hus relief demanded in the Petition. ,i A... ....,
Re: The Marriage of N.A. 'tr' This
band/Petitioner, and ABBIE WITNESS my hand and the WARREN, husband and ,: simple precaution could save you from ,Ifl/ ?''''
,
IRENE HOWELL, WIFE/RE seal of said Court on the 23rd .' '
PEARL A. WARREN, wife yyya. .'rv, ,:\., possible injury.
SPONDENT. day of September, 1975.GILBERT ',, i j" i I. (" '. .wr. .'ULJn

NOTICE OF SUIT ". ::;i' J 'f. \1 II' You see, if a branch of a tree should come in .i,
NOTICE OF SUIT-
II S. BROWN, .
", ,
i\\ 1 NO PROPERTY As Clerk of said Court : N.A.NO WARREN PROPERTYTo d::': I ,M: ., ', ',i. .>t "Y' contact with a power: line the tree could .''ICOnoi>

; By: Beulah Moody ''r"' { ', ; ) become charged with electricity. H
To: Abbe Irene Howell Deputy Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ;f1) f, vt
Address Unknown 9/25 4tchg 10:16: "
an action for dissolution of ri' either you or your pruning tool should come
t >H
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat -------------- marriage has been filed against tip' close the of well that could{ lit
an action for dissolution of you N. A. WARREN and you are to point contact ,

marriage has been filed against required to serve a copy of your result in an unhappy accident. I Im
I IN THE COURT written defenses if to it ,
you and you are required to CIRCUIT \ any on z

serve a copy of your written EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the plaintiff's attorney, whose > But sometimes you don't even have to come :,au
defenses, if any, to it on SHAW FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD name and address is DUDLEY P. '
AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneys FORD COUNTY. HARDY, Esq., Pierce & Hardy I close to the point of c )Omct. Under certain >3a

,I for Petitioner, whose address ref P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke '
'e conditions such weather the electrical viaOil'
as wet
I 142 West Cal Street, Post Office CIVIL ACTION Florida, 32091 and file the ori- ,

Box 1086, Starke, Florida, Case No.75276In ginal with the clerk of the above current can flow through the tree like sap., Rol
32061 / styled court on or before Oct.
and file the original with '
the Clerk of the above styled re: The Marriage of HOMERG. 24, 1975; otherwise a judgmentmay And you. could get a shock from just touching EON

Court on or before November 7, KEFFER, Husband, and be entered against you for the trunk"I."I.We're I.

1975 otherwise a judgment may HELEN M. KEFFER, Wife. the relief demanded in the complaint tree

be entered against you for the or petition. doing all we can to keep your trees freeII
relief demanded in the Petition. NOTICE OF SUIT- WITNESS my hand and the

WITNESS my hand and the NOPROPERTYToHelen seal of said Court on September of our power lines. But sometimes nature has away fs' f K :

seal of said Court on the 6th day 23, 1975. '
of October, 1975. : M. Keffer ; of creating its own problem. If you see a ,,ilBtlib
36 Osborne Street GILBERT BROWNAs
tree dangerously near a lincdori t take
Gilbert S. Brown Lynn, Mass. 01902 Clerk of said Court power
As Clerk of said Court By: Beulah M. MoodyAs "' chances. Call l us.We'll' I I tell you what to do.n q

By: Beulah M. Moody YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Deputy Clerk

Deputy Clerk an action for Dissolution of 9/254tchg 10/16 Remember whether it's pruning':. time pr

10V9 4tchg 10/30 Marriage has been fried against
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I you, Helen M. Keffer, and you ., ; ; harvest time, look before you reap.,

_. are required to serve a copy of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ..vniJViHv
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your written defenses, if any to REGISTERA a, This safety message has been brought to you by dU

,I NOTICE OF INTENTION it, en the plaintiff's attorney, FICTITIOUS NAME ','. ,r "' Florida Power &. Light as a public'service,, ,xi
TO REGISTER whose name and address is ""fl'k
4" FICTITIOUS NAME GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esq., Pursuant to Section 866.09 '. 1 because serving the public really ,,II,

Pursuant to Section 865,09, Pierce ft Hardy, P.A., P.O. Florida Statutes, Notice is '" what were here for:
( Florida Statutes, notice Is Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida hereby given that the undersigned t i, : Ifl

hereby given that the undersigned 32091 and file the original with F. Delano Thomas, err

desiring to engage in the clerk of the above styled 1494 Ree Street Starke, Florida,
y business under the fictitious court on or before October 24 :3X81. doing business under the f : ,; = -:
name of KELLY REALTY, 108 1975; otherwise a judgment may firm name of A.J. Thomas ';, I P'. CM

South Myrtle Street, City of be entered against you /for the Realty, 621 North Walnut > .

Starke, Bradford County, relief demanded in the complaint Street,, Starke, Bradford
,
: Ikctricityuahowcrfulservant.:
Florida, intends to register the or petition. County, Florida, 32091 Intends !
said name with the Clerk of the WITNESS my hand and the to register said fictitious! name Respect k.PagelZ .
10
Circuit Court of Bradford seal of said Court on September under the provisions of aforesaid of J .)b
County, Florida.
Statute.
23, 1975.
DATED Gainesville, Florida, .
F. Delano Thomas sole
,
tins 7th day of October, A.D.,
1975. !i r Gilbert S. Brown owner .
At Clark of said Court Dated this 30th day 'of

.' "A By: Beulah M. MoodyAs September, A.D. 1975 at Y
1030Robert L Kelly Deputy Clerk Slarke, Florida. '
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PERSONAL SERVICEWANTED [ FOR SALl J t FOR RENT j MOBILE FOR SALE HOMES Vi Acre FOR Lot SALE with Lake Q


'anREAL C. ars0n- Access on Half$3,000 Moon Lake

Zoned Mobile Homes

: Call Register Oil Co. FOR SALE: Yellow lawn sand, RENT Mobile home 2 ESTATE Owner Will Finance After .
964-5888 today to set up an FOR : ; FOR SALE: 4.29 acres, high rrwllle
red
Down Real Factson ul
clay, fill dirt Payment
appointment to have your top soil, bedrooms furnished front dry, fenced, cross fenced, Wtovf Wj.T v. LAWftr fLAj. Phone
building 473-7686
sand
heater cleaned limerock, peat. kitchen air conditioned on
space before Ph. good soil, 2 bedroom house. Real
Florahome 669-2128. 10/2 large lot. Cal 4733237. Itchg LAWTEY
cold weather. 9/25 4tchg Lots of built-ins. Double LTY
6' 4tp 10/23 10/9 carport, outbuildings, paved 2 BR frame house $3,350, terms. p 'gEstateV

---------- ------------ road. Ph 9648436. 10/9 2tp 2 BR frame house $8,400, terms. Jimmy Moore's i 'V***.
--
FOR RENT: One bedroom 3 BR with aluminum siding &
FOR 10/16
SALE: Double beds Sun
$39 95
BI&S SAW SHOP: Complete twin $2996 cottage available to May 1st ------------, chain link fence reduced to Sports ByCecelia e
ling service, circular used furniture rdl-a-way $20, Kingsley Lake. No pets. Ph., 10000. MORE BOAT FOR
d, carbide, chain mower conditioners' appliances, air 533-2366. tfchg. 12 Acres, fenced, well, pole &
blade hollow ground and bal 110V nov ------------ IeO.0e4' .pr septic tank 15000. terms. YOUR MONEY TF Terwillegar

anced. Leave at Jackson congoleum $2 yd., and porch FOR RENT: 3 room apt., partly Long Champ STARKEPH9645791COMPLETE
Building Supply, Starke or swings 4ft. $16, 5 ft. $,8. furnished 1 child. Inquire 403 STARKE OUTBOARD & A deed Is a contract between buyer and teller which
And ten thousand binds the two parties according to their mutual con
other items. N. Walnut St,Itp 10/9 3 BR frame heatair.caner
Heights tfchg. cent. ,
Keystone I Home and STERN DRIVE SERVICE
The Bargain Center 301 S, of sent. The term mutuality of consent is the most Impor-
\ ------------ lot, chain link fence
-HM W mu-mm mrj --
Starke. tfchg. FOR RENT: Mobile home 3 BuildingMaterials $19,400. AND REPAIR tant aspect here. It means that all of the particulars of

SEWING MACHINES repaired, ------------ bedrooms on Griffis Loop. COMPLETE, FIBERGLASS the contract are understood by both parties, and that
81 makes cleaned oiled and these particulars are totally acceptable to both parties.
964-8816. 1tp 10/9 OUT OF REPAIR
adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a CITY It Is here that the real estate dealer is vital. Becauseof
------------
James Strickland week dozer work and 3 BR Masonry 2 bath family CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
-WE he
BUILD his expertise In these matters can fully explain
dragline work. Call 468-1873 room, sept dining room cent. GLASS FISHING BOATSCB
comer Morgan Road & Hwy. these details so that no misunderstandings occur.
FOR RENT: 2 'oom'partlanv "YOUR PLANS OR OURS heat/air
1
Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN many extras, on acre
16. tfchg SMITH furnished house 534 Madison YOUR LOT OR OURS" lot. Complications due to legal terminology or even more
...----------- LANDFILL tfchg. Street. No children. $125 per basic Items such as who Is responsible for what costs

10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: ------------ mo. Ph. 964-8404or964-7521. -FREE ESTIMATES- 60 Acre farm with pond 3 BR during closing are explained and both parties can enter

Homes and mobile homes. LOSE WEIGHT ltchg.:10/9 REMODELING REPAIRS < RADIOS into the agreement with mutual understanding.We .
& house, planted will
$180 installed, $140 unln- with X-11 safely fast : _______ ADDITIONS pasture Johnson 123 ARETAIL$169.95 are In the business of helping you. Call us today.
Diet Plan 3. divide terms
stalled.' GATOR MOBILE REDUCE HOMES BOUGHT
excess fluids with X-
HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. :372, SALE $140.00 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. FOR RENT: Extra clean 3 S SOLDTRADEDACREAGE 12 acre home or mobile home

9/67,- Gainesville- ,.. ----tfchg.--- 7/3--IStchg---..10/9,.------ furnished.bedroom trailer Mature 150.family Utilities only. FOR SALE;} site $2,500. PACE 2300 Prestige Attractive 3 BR 2B concrete block home with CH&A on I
-468-1985. RETAIL$219.95 a large corner lot In a good neighborhood. This home I
10/2 I
2tchg 10/9 LAWTEr
ioNs OF HOBBYS: Full line of BOH! Diamond 964-6853 I fie.I .
SALE: needles for -------- SALE 8189.95Terwillegar has wall to wall carpet, carport and paved driveway.
arts and crafts. Also guaranteed any stereo over 247 different -- -- Hwy 301 S. Starke TF W7823806 I/ Modestly priced! -

stereo lr.15 -A West ones we have them all. Dah- FOB RENT: Two bedroom u. win A .r I Motors ----
Cal, Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. mer's Discount. house
Madison
tfchg. furnished spacious 206 W.
Colley Road Large well built. CB home 3 BR 2B
------------ .,....
------ grounds. Quiet Starke
--- neighborhood
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: CHAA terrazzo floors throughout fireplace, over anacre
10
ACRES
Sales, service installation FOR SALE: 6x9 Unoletim $3.90. no pets. 782.32791tp_ 10/2 WATERFRONT: Small cottageon 964-7200 of land.OWNER .
---
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-- -- scenic clear lake
large
9x12 Unoleum $8.98. A -----
stereos phono reel-reel aq 10 Minutes From
for all
tapes,cassettes, radios. Work 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 2 bath, enough water sports. FINANCED..Good terms..Remote yet

guaranteed. 155-A West Call, Hundreds to choose fro/n at living room, kitchen, dining Keystone Heights close in -40 of the cleanest acres you'll ever see. Plentyof
SSAVESFRED
You won't find another like it
964-7329. tfchg.ELECTRICIAN Dahmers Discount.tfchg. room, Fla. room, fully car- hay some timber fenced & cross fenced...
.. Per Acre spacious, custom designed 4 kitchen,
$1,750 LR.
with CH&A. Large Country
------------ ----- --- peted $225 per mo. plus ponds..home
bed 2 bth cedar home
on Lake DAVIS complete with S* friendly farm animals.. Barn. 2 car
EXPERIENCED, AMERICAN' FAMILY SOUND: utilities. Available Oct. 1st. $J159 Per Mo. Brooklyn ...a beautiful home. Interesting complete package. .
licensed bonded, reasonable 964-7347 or 9645395. tfchg. garage..an
Sales
service installation
QMC TRUCKS BUICK PONTIA'A -----
,rates save money. 9 '4.<<))61. stereos phono reel-reel ------------ NO LOW LAND Urge 11/2 acre lake lots on If you are looking for the perfect home site in the
tfchg. Lake Hampton. Good terms, call LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE
tapes cassettes, radios. Work country we have ill I Fifty-four of the very best acresin
------------ guaranteed. 118 Court 964- FOR RENT: 12'; wide mobile WEST; CENTRALREALTY. today while the fish are biting. YOU A LOT" Bradford County with approx. 100 loaded pec.ntrees

WEDDING PICTURES PLUS: 7329. tfchg. homes outside city limits J,B. INC. Green Cove SprlngseaV ...located right In the middle of the strawberry
They can be reasonable. Let White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. Registered Broker 1 acre homesrtes $2500 with as country. Owner financed.We .
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l-37H-2iU8.: Anytime little as$250 down and 5 to
----------- years
me show -----
964.5313.you tfchg.our albums. Ph. FOR SALS-SB Snub nose hand Evenings Call: pay..this is an offer you can't BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile now have excellent acreage that we can sell in 10

---- ------- gun $55.22 hand guns$24,95, FOR RENT: Olin's Subdivision Art atray refuse. and 15 acre tracts with owner financing.
25 automatic from 47t-2: rt: <) Sales& Service
guns 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per ----
BARGAIN CENTER: 301 S. $49.95. Dahmers Discount. month.; Water & Sewage New 3 bedroom, 1 1/2, bth Fine/ Selection/ Of Uxc'd Forty-five acres-all In pasture and with home pretty

Starke. Plumbing supplies tfchg furnished. For information call carpet, cent heat and air. in Cars Tahvn On lowers -2'percent down-.balance in 10 years at S percent -

commodes $39.95 PVC pipe "' -------'-.,. Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile UNITED FARM AGENCY Keystone Club Estates, convenient CadillacTrades interest. ,

54" .10,3/4.15 4, 4%;r8 ft., FOR SALE:' Mobile Home Tarts Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W, Reg. Real Estate Broker Come location to everything. 2001 N.W. 13" 378-S301 ?. nil? .... ,.. .. ,
afternoon.
by
206 S. Water St. Sunday
Starke: 964-6606. GAINESVILLE: / .
fiber glass shower and tub CeceUa-T..Tfrwillegar >H
and OLIN'S MOBILE tfchg-
supplies. National AdvertisingPaul Lots on the golf course and off, tf
------- Reg. Real Estate BrokerIMWntMadiun
inc., single hung aluminum HOMES SALES Hwy. 100 FaulknerBrokerIrene starting at $3500 with great

windows and Jalousie windows W. Starke, 964-5606 hg.t Faulkner-Assoc. terms. Choose your new home - --- ..,
tfchg. :.. : FOR RENT: Extra clean 3 bedroom Office M4-7776
trailer $150. No utilities 964-5065 from our selection today. home 944-5145
-------- --- I'IW.II| Drilling] I
furnished. Mature family only. Starke, Florida
Attractive new 3 BR, 2 bath
4681985. 1tp 9/25 148 Acres with 3 houses, several home on 1 acre, 29950. 10% 2" Thru 6" t
HELP WANTED 1 ------------ hams, some fencing, good loca- down, assume mortgage. No FOR SALE:' File boxes, guides NEED TO CLEAN YOUR
Fast Rotary and cards. Everything TYPEWRITER? Come by The
SALE tion. you
FOR J
r : FOR RENT: One trailer lot. Call closing costs.
:
.... and
need for fixing a filing system. Office Shop pick up some
Ned Coleman t
964-5536 or see t
Drilling Equipment
ATTENTION DEMONSTRATORS Griffis Loop. 9/25 2tp 10/2 New, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home, LK. Edwards III &Associates All for sale at The Office liquid or sheet cleaner for your

$32,00000 Real Estate Broker State Licensed I Shop. typewriter.
: Toys & Gifts. ----- ------
FOR SALE GE. central - -
: gas 473-4883 Keystone Heights
Work now thru December.

Also heating want. furnace Ralph to buy Martin 60,000 used, spinetpiano. BTU 964- perience FREE sample.needed.Kit.Call No or writeSanta's ex 475-2636 : I Pumps I : FILL DIRT

Parties, Avon Conn.
5842. Itp 1019/ 06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 6733465.Also HOUSES fOR SALEFOR Soil
------------ BYRON E. DUCE MULTIPLELISTINGS Top
Booking Parties. 8/21 : New & Used i
FOR SALE: Bronco WD-radto, 13tp 11/13 Reg. Ren1 Estate Broker; ': ,..illlrl;
heater dog box rigged for 393 N. Temple/ Ave. SalesParts Service
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hunting good condition. Cal SALE: 3 BR CB, 135 bath, )

5332366. tfchg. AVON CALLING!I To buy or sat central heat & air, corner lot, Handyman special -,$3,500 E-Z TermsPlumbing 468-1873
... 160 acres
fenced back bi-
yard patio
----------- write
Avon call 755-0731 or
YARD SALE: Some of it al. Lane dyatt P.O. Box 220 level family room with fire House&3 acres 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 STEPHEN SMITHSTAR

Come to 313 S. Orange St. at Lake City Ra. 32055. tfchg. place, storage building & House on appx. 1/2 acre I

Lafayette Sat.. Oct. 11, 9 .-:--------....-- some appliances. Ph. 964- Completely furnished Handyman special $7,500 ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.
a.m. till. Itp 10/9 8073 or 9646639. tfchg.
------------ ----...------- - 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 New Installation ?
2400 sq. ft. bldg, ready for a eeaeeeaeeeeeeesaeesaeaseeeeaeeeeeeeeeeesiOlin's

GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Motorcycles FOR SALE Three bedroom, 2 business on State Hway, just 2BR 1 acre $7,500 Remodeling
SALE Everything must by 1
: go J
t bath block home on one acre, out of City.
Friday. All clothes and shoes,
3 Btb1 Gt
two miles W. of Starke. Call - Repairs

25 HOUSE.cents.132 THE W. Cal BARGAIN Street. Heritage Realty of Gainesville, 3 BR house just refinished slatI& Pl.JJpoo 0 Subdivision

1tp 1019 SUZUKI OF STARKE Your 377-2810 10/2 1tp 10/9 for appointment. Inside. - 2 BR lakefront $22,000 I aurranc\\ I
--------'----
Suzuki Dealer. If own outside of I
FOR SALE: 27.000 BTU acused authorized ------------ you property ,
2 summers $150. G.E. Phone 964.6020. 304 East Call) FOR SALE: Farm with 3 county & want to sell see us. Off SR-100-3( ( BR $22,000 &
I Pumps
Street bedroom' house partially Supply
portable dishwasher, excellent ,
condition 75. 496-2950 after --- rfchg.--.--- furnished, 2 car carport on 10 Let us help you with your 4 BR, 2 bath V4A $22.500 1 I
& fenced ,financing. Company
acres pasture pines
I
5 p.m. weekdays or week Reno,) 3 BR brick $23,650
ends. 1tchg 10/9 & cross fenced. Tractor & needed for 3 BR house. 1864 Ave.i i 6: ea e
Listing
new equipment live stock 3 BRj2 acres $24,500 N. Temple .
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t WANTED 1DISTRIBUTORS included. 35000. 964-8739 1 1 'V acre Loll For Rent '25"Call Per Mo. Water a
FOR SALE: 26 acres on Highway 10/2 2tp 10/9 VERNIE ODOM Southgate 3 BR $26,000 Starke Furnished
Sewage
S-233. 830 foot frontage 964-5476 964-7700
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paved road. Owner will FOR SALE: Five room, one 'Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 "- 964-7061 J1 Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 100 Wolf
--- -- -
finance. 5
Ph. 964-6929 after WANTED: We bath frame house, one or two ,

p.m. 10/92tp 10/16 need independent distributorsfor acres. One acre ideal for 3 BR. 2 bath CB, dwg. on extra Keystone BR brick $44.000
--- this area. Invest only your mobile home in w/ I
--------- house or site. large cor. lot City
FOR SALE: 1974 Hydro Stream time and effort. Earn part time Two miles east of Starke on swimming pool, central heat & Hampton-1 A acres -. $9,200

boat 135 hp Johnson motor, and retain your present Job, or paved road. 9646792., 10/2 ,air conditioning.
and triple In Lawtey 2.75 acres, $9,500
also trailer. Excellent con full time your 2tp 109MOBILE -- -

dition. Call 964-8029 after 5 come. For additional Information _____,___ 4 BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central We Are Now Accepting ApplicationsFor
p.m. Itp 10/2 send your name Heat & Air Conditioning. on Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500

address and phone no. to T.n' HOMES FOR SALE Large coo.lot in City.
------------
Suite / 2 canal lots $3,300
T. Enterprises, B/8 ------------ -

WATSON'SHOUSE 4719 New Hope Rd., Raleigh, FOR SALE' Mobile home 1972, 3 BR. frame, house outside city 4 canal tots $7.800

OF VACUUMS N.C. 27604._10/2 1tchg 10/9 2 bedroom, fully furnished. excellent condition. 2.3 acres.
----- ------ Good condition 3.500 or - 5to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe

Many brands of new'vacuums. trade for property.. Call 964- $38.000-3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A, River-82,000/acre '
Used machines available WANTED: Timber highest 6773. 1tp 10/9 One Acre lot 1,656 ft. living
sq. EXPERIENCE. SINGLE. MEEiLE OPERATORS
paid, F.J. Saunders V4 MH
Expert Repairs aft makes. prices ------------ area. 1 Vt miles out of City Limits acre terms $5,000

Parts and Accessories for all 533-2621.9125------.4tp-...10/16-/-- FOR SALE New 24 x 60, 4 bedroom of Starke. 7 acres in. town $'8,000
vacuums. Built in, central 2 full baths, built in - -

vacuum cleaning syst ms'. 712 range double oven, many For Sale: 2 story, house close to 10 acres Theresa $12.500:
N. Main Gainesville 376,7110. extras. $135 per mo. $2,000 town. Upstairs furnished Ilpt. APPLY .IN PERSON ONLY

TF .AUtOMOBIIESUSED equity. 468-1564. 1tp 10/9 downstairs. 3 BR. Lawtey ., 10 acres $11,000 .
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FOR SALE Two bedroom air 19 Acres. Lawtey good timber, Peetsvilfe,- 11 acres, $10,000 7:30: a.m. to 4:06 p.m. Wttkdays.
FOR SALE Case pocket-knIVes conditioned'i mobile home on terms.

now at Oahmers Discount FOR SALE 1973 Vega Hatchback two acres two miles from - Garage business with house on

tfchg. a/c Automatic Starke. Ph. 964-6479' after 5. 176 Acres Brooker. area, some US-301,
------------ transmission, smal equity and 10/92tp 10/16 planted pines..
Call 964- ------------ - Vogue'Manufacturing
FOR SALE Fri take over payments. 700 foot highway 301 :
: Every Thursday frontage,
6475 after 6 p.m. Itp 10/9 FOR SALE:: 12 x 64 Artcraft 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace .
& Sunday US-301 21
day. acres, terms
Saturday
mobile home, partially fur Central Heat & Air 12 acres, -
books $35.000
antique furniture,
bottles and old FOR SALE: 1969 Ambassador nished or unfurnished. paved rd. .
dishes station wagon, 8 cvk auto- ,Washer dryer air, concrete -I- -
house 235 S. Lake Ave.. Like matic air end full power clean steps $' ,300. 964-8341 or ilk 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites Hil WID > J-Gooo
Sutler, Re. "'2044. 9/25 8W N.W. of Starke Terms.Gtorft .,. Inc.
and runs very good ]( or MUton 9648673.,1tp 10/9 :
IId1g: 10/16 best offer. 964-8087. 10/9 -...----_...._--- ... --- We l'Ia"sll, other type
r----------- properties listed. Come In and .
4tchg 10/30 Roberts Jr. see u*.) ,
------------ .FOR SALE: Concord mobile
FOR SALE: Cast iron wood FOR SALE 1973 Plymouth home, 12 x 66, 3 bedrooms, REQ REAL ESTATE BROKER .
Net_. 24 ft 28 Inch at Daft clean. ., 401'c.. .PB. PT. Ph. 3,000. 964-8369 or 964-7587. tf FRED SACK ETT-REALTOR N.r 1 OO ;.s. Storks. Fl.
205 N. ,
rnera Discount. 10/2 14tchg 964-6777..ltp 9/25 4tp 10/16 984-7826 Temple(US-301)) .

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I': State Will Buy Culvert To Drain 301 But County Must Lend MoneySTARKE I



The Bradford tion to voting to pay each told him that line is over- land needed but the board He said the container and most other Florida counties that in touring the county and county did not have the money )i
County Commission agreed in commission member a $25 per loaded and the library must decided not to take any action, compactors were in, and he by three years in its compliance on calls he found a need for to black-top the church road, I II
its meeting Monday to wait to month allowance for in-county tie in to the Jackson Street until it is sure there will be no was waiting on the truck I with zoning specifications identifying{ roads. Though he I as he had requested.Informed "
talk to state road officials travel. lines at an expense of $572. extraneous costs such as hiring before beginning the established by the state. requested the board take James Holly
I, before lending them approximately The budget change was onlya Taylor also reported that the i new personnel besides the county-wide pickup. new Later in the meeting Gaines action, it did not. Baillie said that the county had no legal
$20,000 they slight one, with the CUBB entranceway would be tiled 10 per cent matching funds. L.M. Gaines county zoning I was appointed to the Citizen's many complaints concernedthe right or obligation to repair I
requested to build a culvert agency requesting $19 more rather than carpeted, raisingthat Also at the meeting, some director submitted a .Participation Committee of time it takes for the am- and maintain the road to his t
under SR-100 to help the for its operation the next year. price about $150. department heads gave brief the zoning board that requestby that |the North Central Florida bulance to get to the call. house since the roads were the
drainage problem on US-301 The had asked the Baillie said the problem is of the seller and
agency The board also paid $8,693 reports to the commission. body be designated the local Regional Planning Council. property had s snot
near Pratt Street and in front county for$2,539 but after a partial payment for approximately County Sanitarian Jack planning for the Gerald Baillie of the Brad- that the customers call the been dedicated to the
of the high school.! report from federal offices 85 per cent of the Trawick said In the last fiscal county. agency The board ford County Ambulance Service hospital, when they should county. Attorney Shaw sug
The state Department of the county needed to pay new library. Taylor said he year his department covered the said he attended the call the dispatcher at the jail. gested that he and those
approved
Transportation had asked $2,558 to receive federal and expected the library to be 144,475 cubic yards of garbageata request unanimously, out that meeting to field complaints The dispatcher, Baillie said neighbors on the same road
pointing
County Attorney Eugene state revenue sharing funds. completed by Oct. 25. cost of$19,941, or a cost of (Bradford County is ahead of citizens had had with the knows where the ambulance is band together and file suit
Shaw at a recent state Boardof Other spending matters The commission also 13 cents per cubic yard. Tra- .ambulance service. He said, at all times. against the seller to force him
Education regulations included picking up a $60 tab delayed making a decision on wick said other counties with Baillie also urged the com- to fix the road or give it to the,
meeting to ask the com- to send County Judge Elzie applying for a grant to build a the same service average missioners talk to the agricul- county.Told. \
mission to loan the depart Sanders to attend an upcoming mental health clinic. Com- about 50 cents per cubic yard. Officers tural department. about Neil Crawford the
ment the money out of the I workshop to learn how a missioner Ralph Bryan Trawick suggested the countytry Hampton checking the fences to keep county would put in a cement
county's secondary road fund. new probate code ethic should reported that the National to initiate some kind of cows off the highway. He said spillway in the canal between
The state would pay the function in the county. Institute of Mental Health had hike for garbage disposal to there have been four acci- Crosby and Sampson lakes
county back but the com- Another unexpected expense several grants available for about 35 to 50 cents. Installed Tuesday dents involving vehicles and when the board members
mission agreed to wait on a came from the new this purpose. A 10 per cent Trawick also said the land- ., cows in recent weeks.In determine where the water
decision pending a meetingwith library building. Architect matching fund would be fill had been approved by other action the board: level should be. Crawford had
state officials to deter-. Robert Taylor reported that required by the county and state pollution control autho- HAMPTON In an effort to concerning adopting state -Advised, N.G. Hayes, Jr., approached the board, saying
mine a method of repayment. the facility will not be able to that might add up to$12,000 to rities, but the county must still provide the city with a new election laws. The city is cur- representing the New River the level between the lakes
The commission also madea tie Ip its plumbing on Walnut $15,000 Bryan said. The provide water samples to marshal, five of six city offi- rently operating its elections Baptist Church, that the was at a good level now.
change in the new budget Street as originally planned. commissioners agreed that under ordinances. There
determine quality from within cials were sworn in in a spe- city .
and spent some $782 in addi Instead, city sewer engineersaiac the county could furnish the dispute over the last
half a mile of the landfill site. cial meeting here Tuesday was a ra 1*' Truck '
night. election with William Bonanza Sal.. D

The meeting had been Summers charging the balloting I >- Ccml.inu.ffa: . c
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and asking fora
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Il[!J(} I] I1l1f i ,ha APPLES since called. The the to install town former was a marshal marshal withoutone. taken recount.was on his No charge action the was city ...

Edward Brooker had been attorney ruling that the election W(EcttiU i ? !; (Q r
3 Lb. Bag 49C appointed earlier this year was fair. The new council
; !iFaci 1] '" when the other marshal will review the state laws and
+ + resigned Brooker's term was accept or reject them at a mlaJl1
sweet to last only until the election. later date.
(Formerly Tetstee Freeze) : : 9w Hewas defeated, and the town 'i
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,, b.'III had no one filling the spot.The
U. S. 301 N. POTATOES swearing in had been set for 4HWeekDeclared (* Truck
I'' the next regular council meet- Bonanza Sale. q

OPEN 964-6567 InLb. ,I., ing on Oct. 14. Here tnua.: .
Ralph Green is the new n :
11 am 10 pm For Take Out 3 : 11 marshal. .
POLE BEANS Newly-elected Mayor Ar- STARKE The Bradford O 74 Chevy % T. '74 Jeep CJ5 j if:
,$1 thur Bruno was out-of-town Commission -*'/ *". !". Trans? *" County .. .
HOME OF THE Matching T.._ OeL i Whls. AM FM with I C
and could not be at the cere- unanimously designated at E ra p.y .
mony. He was sworn in the the meeting Oct.6,the week of $2988 $4188
BRADFORD COUNTY Large California following morning by new City Oct.5-114-H Week in Bradford 0
Clerk Mary Allen. County in conjunction with a 74 GMC Super Cst. 74 Ranger XLT
29c Others installed were Mary National 4-H Week. Bin*PS.. WHIM.PS AT Factory Air 'LWB.I vAT, ft. Factory: Air.
PEACHESNorman's Allen clerk; Gene Taylor. Seven representative ic V-ft, LWB ,Wide Tires "'n
FOOT LONG STEAK Buck Dennison and Hank Lott community officers from a $3588 $3788 :5I
Jr.. councilmen. throughout the county
FarmProduce Former City Clerk Shirley presented the commissionwith .I.> 73 Ford V Ton 73 Chevy %T. *
Forsyth did the swearing in. bookmarks and a LWB,:Xt,AT MAN.22._Miles LWB.lids,Moldlnp Air Cond dl
32 Flavors of Milk Shakes In other business Ted Cur- pamphlet describing 4-H. The U $2677 Body H
Market tis was re-elected chairman of boys and girls also told the $2677 S'
the council. Evelyn Vaughanwas commission of 4-H con- .
73 Ford '
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elected vicechairman.The had attended in 73 Ford Vs T.
ventions they 'LWB, V4. Std. Trans., TopperIncluded.
15 Different Varieties of Sandwiches 617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 council also approved the last year, with one goingas C. HBH 4 RAN WhMl Drive, LWB VAT *
Richard Welty as the city.law- far as Washington D.C. $2677
Open Mon-Stjf yer.There Representatives were Zed 11:' 2977.Z
was some discussion Hamilton Harold Waters L 72 Ford Custom '
Gene Joyner, Stacey Haynes, '",LWB 901 V-,Std Trans, 72 Ford Spt. Cst OFMO
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Terri Parrish, Cindy Bryan, Air Cond) agQl
r----------------------- i I and Susan Massey. 1C $2267 C
B 4 VALUE-PACKED 71st ANNIVERSARY There are 240 boys and girlsin 51 $2267 .n
the Bradford County 4-H, 71 Crew
Dodge Cab
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A II I with about 900 in the 4-H "Y T..4...*!..Ill Mir. AT P!., Owe Wld.71 Tins Dodge, PU '!:!:
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-. special interest activities. ::I IRaH
I 10-5 .y, JIl Jraa. II Lowell Parrish 4-H coun- $2157 $1357 3o
selor for Bradford Union and
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I U tf ll rJJJ __ I the Baker youthEvangelistic Counties accompanied .* Truck Bonanza Sal. i

; w.. ladeaek'.alul. "",.,.-'.. 200 your of f.d_. For ovoit en.-IAlyd) Cant nu.s . Itic
.,g of those 20O y.ery Badcoch hat offered Ih. very boat. colon and Mloctions -. I Team
of brand names found anywhereWo I 74 Chevy% 73 International Scout
I pledge to continue our policy of giving Pull Service, and our at 3
LWB V-4. Sid. Trans Localf ,
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Double Ouarantoo of Complete' Cuttomor Sastisfactlon or Your MoneyBack Hard Top 4-Whl.Dr.7.Spd.V. 19aOwns
I IAILANTa To Perform SundayThe r.SOG Miles.S Mud Orlps. needy mm
I 7 Come In won and ... why we .ay. "Badcock Will Treat You 11111 hI." S2788US $3078

I First Assembly of God C n
I I II Church will host the "Road to I '72 Wagoneer 73 Toyota PU .
Freedom" evangelistic teamat '4-Whl. Or. AT. PS v... Air HILita, Red with White/ StripE .-. "I
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the morning service Oct. 12. Cond. Pully.cIes.0 4-lpd RAH .
TESTED. '76 SALE SPECIAL" I Guest speaker for the 11 $3368 $2378
I I TIME CRAFTSMANSHIP II a.m. service is Bob Heiple.BROOKER *

c llrlly N6G46eale Comfortable, r I 0 70 International t %T '68 FO Sold t T.Oreen .
man sized. A Lima Ravan Looking. out a,wht 1 V I, Pi4H, N
I 3 Pe, Calf Iron Cookwor. Sel Colonial Rocker ..> Meal, Goad Mechanically LWB, Work Trk.

,'(1" lop'o"rn" skm"lklll.r ova"fkilln l!!d fire I IN BRIEFBy I I $878 $ale 51
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I Re9ulor JSS $23.95 ONLY l Jeannette Prescott W. *. Truck Bo na.a 5... a

1$7'$ 600 I II Birthdays Confclnuit. . v....
I Thornton L
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.... '"" I II 4. 74 Torino Elite 74 Gran Torino 3
I \ Personals L Y y51.1. .... AT ...1..1. Head Whit., AT PS PB Set,
C1 Mr. Claude Prescott Pwr. Windows Top. Deluxe 1 Interior _
Any item nor Blocked In a particular store may be ordered
on request from the central warehouse. O7eR I visited his daughter. Mrs. $4288 $3688 if
Some prices lubiect to change without notica and some product GelleD Reynolds, and his sister
I availabilities limited, due to m. y to guarantee inJacksonville
prices i and quantities Sale .nrid. D.e.mb. 31, 1975 I Mrs Inus Sunday Bazar Oct. 5. N! '74 Olds Toronado 74 Pontiac III

i Midnight Blue. WKlle T.... IDr.: AC, PS RAM AT,' .... *
I 110tIIlJ 5k1llJ/ 13/7-IncI h sons.Mrs.Chris Kathy and Thornton Russell and of I j Op Verevr$o.,. Int.J44JJ Loaded with all Hatchback. :oi:I

r' Jlu.c. HOSTESS II I Waldo. visited her parents S3488..
I ANCHOR.HOCKINO SERVING ji ; [ fJj ( Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. .
PLAnER : ra S Prescott, and Johnny awhile a i 73 Chevy 73 Mazda '<
I Sunday afternoon Oct. S. a 4-Or. Sedan. ...
with AT PS PB V-0 RXJ .s. .MEH"...Air,Low Mr
I purchase Factory Air, vinyl Hoof Mileage V
of $39.9S Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. $1888 '
\ $2188
or more + I Prescott and Johnny stopped ,.:
visit with their aunt
while; lasts """' by to
I ISTO ) supply II Mrs. Mamie Markham, andfamily -tc '73 Bass Boat "73 Grand
Prix :a:
'Lotti cr.... ....... wills,
I in Lake Butler FridayOct. Spot. IreN Milas. AM-"M S,.,... _
3. While there on 11I"1". Hwtt.. T.altlnl Mtr..61"" PKNry Air. fOW. ,,_
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Public Service ,
I Florida State Employment 72 Buick 2-Dr HT '72
be in the Com Dodge Monaco .
Service is to .
I munity Center. in Brooker ::I .....VtoyTN.. / Mid".AM"-PM'" _llue.. VIayI'T.HT.....".C.TII"AC.'. wl'AT"IPS I.S... tea
I starting the second Wednesday -
I Oct. 8. and again the l: $2788 S1488 a
fourth Wed Oct. 22. from 1:30: -"" '. a
I 3:30: p.m. Anyone desiring '72 '71 2401V. D
I employment can check with .. AT ....factory AIr Clad. RN.aspdAM-PM lie... AC .
them for a job. Or if you need a A Law Cp Wlra _la. ....
I someone for employment 0 SI888 $2188 .
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register with them. They will
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I fourth be here Wednesday the second of and every the M "WE HAVE MANY MORE CARS TO .C

.. &''&! ?/ SOFA & CHAIR 529' ,i i 9. ooeaduat I month thereafter. a CHOOSE FROM IN STOCK" a

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We extend our Sympathy to .

I Style! 4 isc/'' ,aaru 16" Sera (04KS( ) .. ._ $199.95 OPEN STOCK ON(040A( ) _$ 49.95 I the Baxter Family on the of Mrs.loss of Blanche their = 21 at h H.J 100 i Keystone Heights ,Wk .

(With mix & match, reversible cushions) "" Lov. Seat (boas) $159.95 lamp Tabl. (CNLtI)_._..$ 39.95 I loved one. Her funeral was

I left, supple' vinyl combines beautifully with attractive, durable Merculoa ,. moke 'this group Rock.r ((04'11))__ ._ $119.95 Cocktail TaW.o4CT( ). ,.$ 49:95 Thurs.Antioch Oct.Cemetery.2. Burial was Local in Truck.anan.a. !:
I -perfect........,for. cu.easy",''',living. featuring ceaiklnatlon vinyl plastic and "........ fabric covered. Club Chal ((04CCI)..-$ 99.95 Lamps ((12fC)---$ 39.95 Survivors include a brother- )j.
I in-law, Mr. Pitt Baxter.

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