Bradford County telegraph
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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 23, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Dialogue On ApartmentsDees
Half a century! later...
Union County Homecoming! saluted first Tiger coach! Sidney Padgett and two of his players,
driver J.M. Howard and rumble-sealer C.U. Crews.

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STARKE "Hopefully, we can reopen dialogue with the City of
Starke, and will plan to do so by the beginning of November," saidRonnie.pavis
: partner in DS&N Development Corp.. of the city's
decision to rescind: a previous tentative agreement to provide
,. utilities to a planned apartment complex on SR-100 west"of' +'. )-.'

Named Starke.If the city had not rescinded its agreement, there would have
been no question about the North Central Florida Planning
Council approval of DS&N's loan application to the Farmer's .
Home Administration, Davis said, but retribution for the city's
Engineer' 4 action: will not be sought.
"We were not treated with Irterest rates would be paid

STARKE Merrill Dees all fairness in the decision by the owner.'
begins full-time duties as field ,1 j and everything we have saidis Upper) limit for residence in
engineer for the city's electri-1 y true, but to pursue legal such: housing is an adjusted '
cal: system today (Thursday)' channels 'would not accomplish family, income of 12900. In
U as result of action taken by the our primary goal to this income bracket, families
NS Starke! city council: Tuesday put up apartments in this town would pay $230-$240 a month
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night. tf lV, ?u that would serve the needs of for a three-bedroom apart-
bees worked full-time for this community," Davis said. ment, Davis said, plus

the city for ten years, and has' I 'P. William R. Sabis, another utilities.No .
been on retainer for emergency -' partner of DS&N, called the tenants of the apartments -
aid for the last two can: ny's present situation would be able to get
years. Spot for an electrical' dilemma." Faced with the federal subsidies to pay rent,
engineer has been kept open- options of getting city water Davis said.
by the council for < several and sewage service and "The Housing & Urban Development -
months in attempt to find putting its own facilities on the program ap lies to
us someone suitable for the posi- proposed site, Sabis said that this type subsidy," Davis said."This .
tion.Dees city service was the most pre- is a program deve-
who does not have a ferable but the least likely at loped for a specific income
college degree, will be paid tine point. segment in areas of 10,000
less than council appropriatedfor "Our plans will not be population or less. There is not
Dodor-prlestJerry White performs an exorcism of Williston Devil Curtis Addison with 'holy' the position, but council -'x readily approved by theDepartment much: activity in most areas
water from Lake Butler. Helpers In the first prize winning spoof are left to right Eugene feels he will be an invaluable N of Environmental such: as these, but according to
Maxwell a giggly Brantley rawford and Bobby Hardln. asset to the electrical plant. t Regulations if we decide to recent studies there is a
Dees is a former superintendent r provide our own water and definite need in Starke and we
of the Electric Depart*, sewage service," Sable said. are simply trying to fulfill that
merit and a former city utili-s \ Loan approval also depends peed! Sabis said.
Head ties director. upon water and waste treat- Addressing themselves to i
"He knows our. system, ment plans, Sabis said. DS&N opposition, Davis and Sable
knows our particular' r has applied for an "interest canmented that they would
problems and what to do in a credit loan which was set by appeal to what )is known as the
Nurse case of emergency," noted, CheerleaderJean Holmes was crowned homecomingqueen the Housing Act of 1949 to sti- lower Income. segment, but
councilman Vernon Siteox inf during halftlme ceremonies Friday. night. mulate rural rental housingand only a portion thereof. "Lower
>'r+ presenting Dees' name to the 1 growth of small rural income" considered ,an .
council. towns. adjusted family income of 1
DemotedSTARKE "He. Is .the-one man i t who'"1"" .tllds "":' t is &N'toariaapplicatiotrwas' >*$",500 or tesav Adjusted family:,:.vj.,:,;1o' 1"...1
I knows how to handle my worst Council sent by the.NCFRPG,which income is computed by sub- ti,
problem traffic lights. Some- reviews all applications to tracting five per cent from a
+ Gloria thing "has to be done and federal agencies, to the FHA family's total income, then ,
+ r Police Chief
with neither dis subtracting another $300 for
head nurse at Bradford Gen- Bowen before council approval nor
Jimmy ,
eral has been asked approval. Staff comments on each dependent in the family.
I Ito approved the hiring 41. Coun- $2.3 MillionSpending
step down from her duties, cilman Joe Warren cast. the the proposal will be weighedin Average income for Brad-
11Wvr" but no one will tell her specifi- only nay vote. final decision on the loan. ford County families is around
cally why. Council also announced at Asked about private funding $7,300, Davis said, adding that
Mrs. King attended the Tuesday night's meeting that for the project, Davis said it the planned apartment
,, { Hospital Trustees Board sewer projects in Reno and BillSTARKE was virtually impossible for a housing would appeal' to the
meeting Oct. 16, to ask the Dalewood were nearing completion private company to come intoa middle and upper 50 per cent
board to give her specific reasons and urged residents to community like Starke with of Bradford community famil-
fonts i relieving her of her begin paying fees before Jan. money at present open market ies.Those
a head nurse duties, but keeping 1, when rates will more than "It's not a spend that much more over," interest rates and operate with less than $4,000
her on the staff. quadruple.In gamble, it's a wish and a Silcox: said. apartments at rentals the amual adjusted income would
Board members only told other action, council hope," said city councilman Noting that appropriationshad community can afford. not be eligible to rent, Sabis
Mrs. King that there had been unanimously voted to reap- Vernon Silcox as city fathers not been calculated to Through the interest credit said.The
several complaints by severalof point Charles C. Johns for a ratified a $2.3 million 1975-76 account for inflationary loan, rentals on the apart- loan application was
the medical staff that third term on the recreation Tuesday night in a 4-1 ricer, Jackson maintained, ments would be as low as $105 signed by Starke Homes
.r' prompted them to shift her board and tabled appointmentof beget 'We overinflated our revenue for one bedroom, $125 for two Limited, a subsidiary company
alb position.At a replacement bond trustee. "So far, no one on this and underestimated our ex- bedrooms, and $145 for three of DS&N. It is a limited ,
.- a joint conference 26 Council committee chair- commission has come up withan penses. I hope time will proveme bedroom units. A one per cent partnership designed for "fis-
between the trustees and the men were announced for the effective plan to cut the fat wrong.' interest rate on the loan accounted cal purposes," Sabis said, andis
medical staff, doctors com- upcoming: fiscal year. They out of this budget. We mightas In pre-ratification discussion for the low monthly certified with the Secretaryof
e plained of several things that are: Utility, Schaefer and Si well have stamped council council reinstated $2,664 rates, Davis said. State. DS&N owns 99 percent
had displeased them. The cox; Recreation, Warren and approval on it the first night previous cuts to the budget of However, rental rates wouldbe of the company, the r
Patriotic Catherine Epperson waves as two unidentified board demoted Mrs. King Jackson; Rules, Law, and and saved ourselves the the building inspector and fire higher for those with incomes remaining one per cent legally
,. Worthington Civic ladies enjoyed an award-winning ride In because it felt the action Order Warren and Schaefer;' trouble of trying to cut," said department."Building. above the base income belongs to Sabis' wife, Elaine.
Friday's homecoming: parade.Ghosts .. would be for the benefit of the Street, Jackson and Epps; frosh commissioner Marc inspector's salarywas of$4,000, to which the one per
hospital, Hospital Director Fire,Jackson and Epps; Sanitation Jackson as he cast a lone dis- cut more than$600 and he cent interest rate would apply. (See Page 16)'
I Richard Edmondson said. Silcox and Epps; and senting vote. was assigned additional dutiesas As income rises, so would
(See page 16) Hardship, Warren and Silcpx.. City Clerk Merrill Edwards of Aug. 28 Harold this year, said in rates, according to the provi- 17Awn, 1 orT cr
tdd the group they were goingto councilman Epps sions of the loan, and higher
be in sad: shape when the motion to reinstate the original -
year was over, adding, salary. Motion carried 3- \F
i & Goblins To Ride Saturday 'You'll see more red this year 2 with Silcox and Warren joining seasues. as a sin seaGoing
than you've seen in your Epps in favor of the move.
Ghosts and goblins begin,: beans and French fries. The tume judging, with the winnerof and toy walks, Hank Lott and lives.,1'Already Holiday pay for firemen had Back
caning out Saturday night in price of each plate Is $1.75. that contest getting a $23 his band and a raffle. the power plant Is been cut some $2.000 in previous -
preparation for Halloween A costume parade is set for savings bond from the Florida Festivities begin at 5:30: in trouble, Edwards reported, council work sessions. In Time
night. : with prizes being Bank at Starke. p.m. on the elementary school: working out of a $34,000 deficit This, too was put back into the
Starke and Lawtey Elemen- awarded for the best and most Other contests are for the grounds.A from the end of the 1974-75 fis- budget under leadership of
K could turn
tary Schools have set their appropriate costume. A draw- funniest, most original and fortune teller "imported cal year and the next payroll Epps. Firemen will be paid for back we time like only will be J
for portable radio and can t be met until more taxes 24 hours on holidays rather we
carnivals for this Saturday, Ing prettiest costumes. from Jacksonville" Is among ... 7
Oct. 25. The Hampton Ele- bicycle will follow at 7 p.m.A A dunking booth and shoot- the new highlights, at the are taken in, than the latest plan of eight, doing this Sunday
It's that time
mentary and Southside Ele- cake walk and other ing gallery are new attractions Council mayor Charles hours developed by Jackson. Yes '
Souths id e carnival. A'dragon time to set clocks
"Firemen are paid as muchas your
Schaefer review of
mentary carnivals are sche- games are other attractions. in addition to the reg- promises a
duled for Oct. 31, and the The Hampton folks are ular fish pond, duck pond, crawl, haunted house and the budget in January, while $70 for one paid holiday, back to Eastern Standard
Jewelry booth are other new councilman Harold ,Epps Edwards noted in the discus: Time.
Brooker Elementary carnivalwill combining the bicentennial dart throw, bottle HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL
follow on Nov. 1. spirit In the holiday. They are rand refreshment booths. attractions. wants to keep an eye on it each sion.Fire The set back means that Starke Elementary School
Returning favorites are chief Harold when retire Saturday
Glasgow on -
month to be ends you
sure are
Other cake
featuring a bicentennial cos- regulars are .the Saturday,Oct. 25
A haunted house is the fea- bingo, the cake walk, country meeting.Newlyelected. returned the observation with night at 11 p.m., you
tured attraction at the Starke store, doughnut fry and raffle. councilmanJoe one of his own, that firemen should change the clock to on playground
Elementary carnival. This, 3-speed bicycle) and a Boston Warren advocated putting work a 56-hour-a-week job and 10 p.m. s p.m.10:30 p.m.

along with a buried treasure ..;., 'yAMs= rocker will be given away in a contingency fund into each only get one Saturday and By setting the clocks HALLOWEEN----CARNIVAL-
and tire and bottle throws, are the raffle. department of the budget to Sunday free. every tnree back, you will have gainedan
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Southside its Oct. 31 Lawtey Elementary
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weeks. hour's sleep by gettingup
= guard against overspending.
new.The carnival Westside Park Saturday,Oct. 25
at 5
regular pony rides, : "Rather than putting extra Jackson was the only dis- at your regular time on
moon walk, dragon and com- .-- p.m. It will be preceded by a money in, we ought to make senter to motion reinstatingthe Sunday. The sun will also. School Grounds
refreshment center will costume parade at 3:45: p.m. holiday Schaefer the 5 p.m.>t p.m.
plete each chairman face this council : pay. rile earlier on new j
also be featuredA Halloween Admission is free. Proceeds: with over expenses. If we withheld vote, commenting, schedule. -----
; Origin Dark CloudyThe from booth collections will go I BCFAIR ASSN.
quarter beef lO-speed the PTA, which will purchase put, ,extra money in, they (See page 16) . 1 .1. .. .r. .... MeeNsgand Cookout
bike will be raffled at 7p m.
followed by costume judgingat meanings and origins of Halloween are as cloudy and a movie projector that Tuesday Oct 28
in the
8 p.m. dark as the night on which it celebrated was stolen spring. Ag. Building
Festivities at the Brooker Union Unfair Labor Suit On
Festivities last from 6-10 The name and most recent Influences are Christian,but the carnival: begin on Nov. 1 witha Files City i tae p.ID.
p.m. on the southeast play day was originally a celebration honoring the Sun God and -----
at 4:30 A
gm zids. Admission is Tree, the Lord of the Dead.It chicken parade rice: p.m.dinner STARKE Action for unfair fairly with union represen- told the IBEW representative MOVINGIUPubUe !1 1
with individual tickets for was a day when the dead came back to be with the living. follows at 5 and p.m. Cost for the labor practice has been filed tatives and fails to recognize at an earlier meeting when the LibraryClosed
each booth costing 15 cents. Today, Halloween, on Oct. 31, Is a hallowed or holy supper is $1.50 for adults 75 against the City of Starke by settlement between other portion of the contractwas Oct 38ToReepenNov.11
evening, the day before All Saints' Day, in which all saints cents for children. the International Brotherhood management's appointed accepted that it would not
and martyrs not given a special day are commemorated.In New to the celebration is an Electrical: Workers (IBEW) negotiators and union give electrical workers a ,At New Building
the 8th century, Pope Gregory III moved the day to Nov. auction of new and used itemsof charging failure to negotiate representatives. Management bigger pay raise than they -----,
1.'Ibe following century Pope Gregory IV decreed that day to any and everything. fairly with city electrical has delayed and postponed gave across the board. BC ZONING BOARD
be a universal church observance in honor of all the saints Besides the auction, a greased workers.' progress concerning this Tuesday Oct. 28
who had died with or without official church recognition of pole climb and ring toss are The complaint has been agreement in an apparent The city budget just BCCoehoae7:35p.m.
their sanctity.The new activities.. fifed with the state's Public effort to cause a loss of In- .approved Tuesday night gives .
eve of All Saints Day All Hallows E'en (Halloween) Regular attractions: include: Employees Relations ,Committee -' terest among city em- an across the board five
t became known during the Middle Ages as the time favored the sweet shop), tractor ride,, (PERC). Notice of the ploJees. percent pay increase: for all _Ot,
I by witches and sorcerers. sponge and pottle throws, action: has been sent to City flhe council: refused to sign city employees. The electrical gLlr GJamntunitg
; I. The modern custom of going from door to door, dressed in duck pond, dart game,fortuneteller Clerk ,Merrill Edwards who the contract by a 4-1 vote in a workers refused to accept the
a costume asking for candy goes"back to the pagan New Year sweet shop,- country gave copies of the letter to all special: meeting on Oct. 13,. five percent raise at the ;fttitr Sank
.I 1 Lawtey kicks off Its carnival feast of the Sun God. Ghosts thought to throng about houses store and refreshment stand. live c1ty' commissioners Al items of the contract had ,special Oct. 13 meeting, the *<.. Nn.wL.e..Upvs
'ats p.m. Saturday with fish of the living were greeted with a banquet-laden table. At the There will be a raffle for a Tuesday night been agreed upon by electrical city council refused to go {qMeiv
.supper.' The dinner includes feasf end,'masked and costumed villagers representing rifle, bicycle, radio and mixer Charges read: workers and city exceptthe hid er. Negotiations. ended tttttlt OlMlh 1 MMTMC.C.r,. ,
smoked or fried mullet coleslaw souls of the dead paraded to the outskirts of town leading the I,, free "City Commission, City of. salary and overtime with the councilmen: : refusing
,' hush' puppies, baked ghosts away. Admission is .-' Starke.; fails. to negotiate portions. The city council had to sign the contract.
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Blalocks.Dinner and Mrs.HostsAt Charles PartyMr. Bla- ,r Wedding November CoupleThe PlannedFor &A* SPccmt SPtdejaJyi &1 ff ; .

lodi were hosts at a dinner

party Thursday evening, engagement of Jacque, ( Wooly Society Ga'lorr 964-7608

October 16, at the Garden line L. Griffis to John Arch r ..... .. -- "- -
Restaurant for their son, Ellington, both of Starke, has
Eddie, and Miss Beth Chap: been announced. J
man before the couple II The wedding will be an Dolph Reddish S. R.Johns Celebrate 40th AnniversaryMr.

wedding rehearsal. event of November 7 at 7:30: ;
p.m. in the Calvary Baptist Speaker At Jr. and Mrs. S.R. Johns holders with yellow tapers.
Centering the U-shaped ; Church with a reception celebrated their 40th wedding Place cards marked the seating
table was an arrangement of Club Saturday night arrangement for the 24
fall following at the Pastorium.All Woman's anniversary
net and apricot colored with a buffet dinner given by guests which included
friends and relatives are
flowers. Down the length of invited to attend.Eastern .j -S4y their children, Mr. and Mrs. members of the family and a
the two side tables was a garland 4 % Sieriff Dolph Reddish spokeon Zack Crawford of Augusta, few close friends.

of pyracanthea. Bridal ., j the handling of juveniles at Ga., Dr.and Mrs. Reid Betheaof
place cards marked the seating Star the Junior Woman's Club Jacksonville and Mr. and To
arrangement for the 27 j. meeting Monday night, October Mrs. Randy Johns at the home Hosp. Auxiliary
guests. ,... 41F \ Supper Oct. 25 13. of the latter on Bessent Road.,
During the dinner the Mr. Reddish explained how ttr The buffet table was covered Hold Bazaar Nov. 1 ,
honored couple presented -""""" Starke juveniles are handled in Brad- with a beige linen cloth
chapter No.
gifts to their attendants. Order of the Eastern Star 224 will, ford County and what is being 4d and centered with an arrange- Brad. SquareThe
Out-of-town guests were Mr. Evelyn Daniels- have a covered dish supper, done to obtain justice for juve- ment of yellow daisies andbaby's
breath flanked by
and Mrs. J.L. Hudgins, Mr. Saturday, October 25, at 7 niles. Bradford County
Waldo Shinn silver holders with yellow
and Mrs. Clarance Blalock p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Mrs.Joe Sapp presided over Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
and Mrs. J.W. Blalock, Sr. of All Masons the meeting in the absence of candles.
and their Christmas Bazaar Saturday,
Individual dining tables
St Augustine.By Wedding In JunkThe families are invited to attend. the president, Mrs. Robert } were centered with candle Nov. 1, in the vacant store
The club will hold
'__ Autry. an next to Stump's Dept. Store in
of v. j show Nov. and a
engagement Evelyn antique 8 9 in
Bradford Square from 9 a.m.to .
... Bachelor Cookout
Christine Daniels of Concord, the club house.
N.C. daughter of Mrs.HarrIett ., r New members voted,,into 4 p.m.Homemade
Price of Concord the club were:.JWrs., James Given Oct. 14 For items and gifts
will be featured.
s N.C., and Waldo Fink Shinn of Hester Mrs.TGarreth Jones,
has been announced.A Eddie BlalockCharles The Auxiliary will also havea
Lawtey Mrs. Lou Chaff, Mrs.:Maxie
June wedding is planned. Norton and Mrs: Freeman rummage sale Saturday,
Register, III. | War Blalock was host at Nov. 8.Beth.
a bachelor cookout Tuesday,
Mrs. Joe Sapp was hostessat ,
ADK Observed the meeting. She served 1 October 1at& his home on W.
refreshments from a table Euclid Avenue for his son, Francis
Internat'l Week covered with a lace cloth over p Eddie, and the male membersof
orange linen and centered the Blalock-Chapman Celebrates Her
October 12-18 with a punch bowl flanked by 1 wedding party and a few close
yellow burning in friends. 10th BirthdayLittle
; the
guests enjoyed
International Alpha Delta crystal holders.
affair between the hours 7 and
Kappa week was observed by The Lake City Woman's Miss Beth Francis
the local Alpha Gamma Club was host for the Florida 9p.m. celebrated her tenth birthdaylast
chapter the week of October Federation of Women's Clubon Friday night when her

1218. Friday. Oct. 10. The theme "Pounding" Given mother, Mrs. Charles Fran-
for the day was "Women cis, accompanied by Mrs.
President Frances Edna Rhoden United." 1. : / Mike Sexton, took Beth and
Hamilton presided at the Mrs. E. Ross Harris, state Wedding five girl friends to see the
Jim Lawson chapter meeting held Monday Lloyd MosleyWedding president, was guest'speaker. Oct. 12 movie "Benjy" at a theatre in
night, October 13, at St. Couple Gainesville.

BOOTLEGGINGIS Mark's Parish Hall. Ruth Nov. 15 Attending the workshop and Following the theatre party
OLD TRADE Frazier, chaplain opened the luncheon were Mrs. Robert Miss Beth Chapman and hamburgers were enjoyed at

Bootlegging is the word meeting with a devotional. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E.Rooden Hall Mrs. Lew Chaff, Mrs r Eddie Blalock, whose Burger King.
which Is usually applied to of Hampton announcethe James K. Hester and Mrs. marriage was October 17, was
Gladys Thomas
illegal trade in distilled program engagement of their James K. Smith. honored at an old fashioned eeeeeeasbid
liquors. Have you ever chairman, introduced the daughter, Edna Pearl, to Shelia Dobbs-James "pounding" given Sunday,
following members who in FramptonWed.
thought about the origin of Lloyd Richard Mosley, son of Beth October 12, at the Madison y..Jw .
costume Chapman ,
the word, "bootlegging?" presented a Founder's Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Mosleyof Street Baptist Church after

This name came into use Day of skit depicting Delta the Starke. Honored At Oct. 11 At Pine Level ChurchMiss evening service.
because the sellers of ille- history Alpha Kappa, The wedding will take place Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Miss Elizabeth Goldwireand

gal whiskey often hid the an International Honorary November 15 at 7:30: p.m. in Sheila Denise Dobbs, The punch table was Eff>s, Mrs. Jack UnderhIll, Mrs. Ashley Goldwire of
bottles in their large boots. Sorority for women educa- the Church of God, Starke. Lingerie ShowerMiss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. covered with a white organdy Mrs. Bert McGee, Mrs. C.L. Waycross Ga. are visiting
Bootlegging has becomea tors: Laurie Mullins, Sandra Beth Chapman whose Robert Dobbs;; and James cloth and was centered with a Cooper, Mrs. Tillmon Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
great-deal more sophisti- Duncan Mary Agnes Ferguson Fair Association marriage to Eddie Blalockwas William Frampton, son of Mr. crystal punch bowl encircled Richardson Mrs. P.T. Nolin, wire for several days.
cated since the time when Eugenia Whitehead, an event of October' 17, and Mrs. Cecil Frampton, all with greenery and pastel Mrs. John Benny Sapp, Mrs.
carried bottles in Carolyn Canova and Marilyn of Starke united in C.E. Scott Mrs. Robert
men their was honored at a lingerie were mums. Presiding at the punch
boots, but the U.S. Government Vellenga. Ernestine Register, Cookout Oct 28 shower Thursday, October 2, marriage Friday, October 11, table were Mrs Joe Thorntonand Mathews, Mrs. Tommy Attending the funeral of'
': still considers it lust a charter member of the local given by Mrs. Edward Ripp- at 8 p.m. in the Pine Level Mrs. Jimmy Saunders. Thomas, Mrs. Mildred Byers Luther in Deland
t'Of," as illegal as it was back chapter, portrayed herself.In The Bradford County Fair linger and Mrs. Freeman Baptist Church with Rev. Also assisting were Misses and Mrs. David Lawson. Saturday Gillyard afternoon Mr.
!i then. Bootlegging is sometimes Association will have a meet. Register Ill at the home of Gary Wheeler performing the Diane Thomas and Suzanne Standing in the receivingline and Mrs. Homer Stearns were Mr.
h:0.. used to describe honor of Internationalweek ing and cookout Tuesday Oct- the latter on W. Madison nuptials. Thornton. were the honored couple ,
,other illicit trade, but not members of the local ober 28. at 7:30: p.m. at the Street. Decorating the altar was a. Following a wedding trip to and their parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mr. and'
:very; often' Bootlegging toy chapter sent refreshments to Agriculture Building. Games with prizes were gold arch decorated with central Florida the couple is Mrs. A.W. Chapman and Mr. Mrs. Tullie Norman and Mr.
I .'-tnost people still means the .the teacher's lounges in all the Officers, executive directors enjoyed by the ten guests yellow, white, pink and residing on St. Clair Street. and Mrs. C.E.' Blalock. and .Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of
.. "tiKegaHsale of liquor''. Bradford COlll1IY. sebopls. and and-board; of' directors between the hours! :.7:30: rand '' lavender pompoms against a Thebride/apdgroomare t ea refreshment: table was Starke and Mri\ and Mrs. B.J.Eggers .
r *."Bootlegging Is not our to the school board meeting on and their wives or husbandsare 90: p.m. -.background >of two three- both:! '1974 .j.graduates'! ; ,(If I with.a red checkered t>f Jacksonville. *
business. Satisfied customers Monday October 13. invited to attend. The refreshment ta'ble'wlscovered tiered candelabras with burn- Bradford High. The bride is Cloth and centered with a harnof -'' Mrs Thelma Mendoza
are our business. Comein Hostesses for the meetingwere Call the Chamber of with a white linen ing tapers. Satin bows markedthe employed at Community State plenty filled with fresh' of
today, and find our about Ernestine Denmark, Commerce for reservations. cloth and centered with an family pews. Bank and Mr. Frampton is fruits. Jacksonville was Sunday
I I our quality service. Customer Mary Agnes Ferguson. Laurie arrangement of pastel wed- Miss Charlotte Whitehead employed with Scotty's in The gift table was also luncheon guest of Mrs. Carrie
t satisfaction Mullins and Evelyn Sinclair. e S e a-e a e ding bells. organist, and Miss Kathy Jacksonville. covered with a red checkered Ritch and Mrs. Wooten.
!II guaranteed The speaker's table was Miss Melissa Rutledge was The hostesses presented the Starling, soloist, presented a cloth and was centered with a
l appointed with the sorority pledged Alpha Xi Delta sorority honoree, her mother, Mrs. program of nuptial music. herb scale and four piece Mrs. W.H. Smith and Mr.
crest, sorority Greek letters at Stetson University this A.W Chapman and mother of Edward Frampton attendedhis wooden canister set. Also on and Mrs. Herman Chivers of
I and sorority [flowers in a fall. the prospective groom, Mrs. brother as best man and the table was a wooden recipe Sylvania, Ga. were Monday
cornucopia arrangement.A Charles Blalock- with cor- ushers were Jack Parrish and BIRTHS box filled with favorite recipes afternoon visitors of Mr. and
Halloween motif was used Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Naftel of sages. They also gave the Jimmy Scott. from church members. Mrs. J.W. Ritch.
SARKE FLORIDA for refreshments at t the tea Birmingham. Ala. are guests honoree a gown with bedroom Miss Sharri Dobbs attendedher -
table. this week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy slippers as a memento of the sister as maid of honor. Mr.and Mrs. Duane Jordanof
Sale. occasion. She wore a floor length, Starke announce the birth
lavender, dotted Swiss gown of a son, Ray Patrick born
over satin and a matching picture October 14 in Shand's Teach-
hat. She carried a nose ing Hospital. Grandparentsare
88" Tuxedo gay of pink, yellow, white and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jor-
Sofa Bed lavender pompoms with dan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
lavender bow. Cox, all of Starke.

Miss Nancy Fullwood was --- IIIIIIIIG

L bridesmaid and wore a gown Mr. and Mrs. Ray
rr KM" = J identical to the honor attendant D..ghteryannounce. the birth I,

except ill pink and wore a of a daughter, Donna Rene,
-- J pink picture hat. She carried a born October 12 in Shands
;; n yellow, white Teaching Hospital. Grandparents -
: I and lavender pompoms with are Mr. and Mrs.
pink bow.' CE. Daughtery and Mrs.
Amy Black served as flower Doris Keith of Starke.
\\Ej girl and wore a green floor
length dotted Swiss gown over
satin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Randall

1 Roger Dobbs the bride's Zipperer of Hastings
bearer. announce the birth of a son,
brother was ring
; GOLDRED, I Given in marriage by her Clyde Michael, born Memorial October The Last Word In Comfort
14 in Putnam
father the bride wore a white
OR satin floor length gown with Hospital.: Grandparents are

.' r BLUE VELVET lace bodice featuring a doublerow Mrs. Lola Zipperer and
Charles Zipperer of Starke IIIEmLEFICentral
of pleated ruffles and the
;, RED & double row of ruffles repeatedat and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde

i BROWN VINYL the bottom of the skirt. The Barnes of Hastings. ,

gown also had lace sleeves. .--______ '
Large Matching Her cathedral length net veil

1.- Tub CA irtJ' / with a border chantilly lace, DUPLICATE BRIDGE
BROWN forming the train, was CLUB RESULTS
secured to two white combs in Jeff Wrenshall and Ed
OR GOLD her hair. She carried a nose Wainwright were the winning Wall

f HERCULON gay of pink carnations, couple at Duplicate Bridge
yellow,' white and lavender
Tuesday night. Dr and Mrs.
.S pompoms with baby's breath.A Art Watana were second and
PLAID'i reception was held in the Dr. and Mrs. Jim Minesingerwere Furnace

church Fellowship Hall. third. .
> Greeting the guests at the ;

door cousin was of Mrs.the bride.Beulah Moody, -------- 65000.BTU HEATS::?'

In Durable Vinyl Plastic orVelvetToBed Al Optni Night Standing were the in bride the and receivingline groom, p-rMlnat UP TO 6 ROOMSWall -,.

1, Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for their parents and bridalattendanls. -

comfortable sleeping and relaxing. The 88"Sofa Miss Connie Moody. Thermostat .Keeps eveni .
t kept the bride's book. Mrs. Marlon Moyer of Jacksonville temperature Counter Flow Pulls ,& ,
opens to a full size double bed. ,
bride's table
Ii 199 The was covered
is visiting her daughter unused heat off ceiling and '
spreads ;rj 1. .
white linen cloth and
upholstered in with
it back
and family. Mr.'and Mrs. evenly over the.. Moors where
your choice of today's most popular colors. centered with a three tiered F.W Strickland, this week. you need It. Economical to install o
cake encircled with
wedding and
economical to
; operate. Rear
y' It's A Fact You Can Do Better At flanked greenery.by two The arrangements cake was Mr. and Mrs. Mack and Side Vents at Small Extra Cost.
Williams have had
as ,
of mixed flowers and two sil-
ti Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams'
ver candelabra with three
burning tapers. Mrs. Mark and daughter. Suzanne, of PRE-SEASON
1 Moody and Mrs. Wesley Savannah, Ga. several days .
JI Moody cut the cake. last week and Mr. and Mrs.
I Charles McQuaig and 'son,
,/' David, of Waycross, Ga. on $
'1 'TilE BRADFORD Sunday. 2 6900ro.

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Plus InstallationSawyer
\ Published every Thursdayat Local admittances to Brad
138 W.Call Street ford County Hospital this
, Starke Florida 32011 week Include: Joseph
Richard, Jr., Raiford; Mrs.
Second Class postage paid Corine Roberts, Mrs. Mamie Slade

Starke._ FloridaSubscription Barrett and Miriam Bennett
Lawteyf; Mrs. Dorothy Bag-
Rates: well, Mrs.Carolyn Sapp, Mrs.'
In trade area: Use per Ella Moody, Mrs.. Doris
yeart f3.M fix month Hodges, Willis Swindell,' Jose 332
I .Maron, Vincent Griffis, Mrs, W. Madison Starke96477O1

, 434 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 Starke, Fla. Outside trade area: $7." Peggy Lewis and Mrs.j. Rosa

per year: $...,I. months Stanley; Starke.

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I Becky Willis Richard Roberts LB Girl EntryIn .- FPL To Lower Power PricesFlorida I

Wed Jeanie ,
Oct. 17 At First Methodist Y \ ,. Mw Power & Light down 20 cenls from October's

ContestDiane customers will receive a 206.(
Davidson of Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Singing addition
In to the fuel ad-
reduction in the of electricity
Judy Booth of Gaines- in November.The price. juhUnent decrease November
i1 ville was the bride's only Elizabeth Rivers of f reduction\ results from is the lirst month of lower winter -
attendant. Lake Butler, is one of 24 con- under the Company's
charges/: -
two actions.
testants in the 25th annual separate
Richard is the son of Mr. "winter-summer dif-
4 and Mrs. George W. Roberts, "Jeanie With the Light Brown First, pending approval of ferentia! rate. The base
the Public Service Com-
Jr, of Starke. Hair, contest in White mission in public hearings charge/: for l.MX( )kilowatt hours
this .
The groom was attended by Springs weekend. FPL, will decrease the fuel or l electricity will drop from
The contest is to
David Silcox of Gainesville. open to exclusive of
adjustment in November (10 Stl.3:1: : $32.91 !
W.B. McKinney, violinist, college girls ages 1821. fuel adjustment and local
I TMTComerfordHarrell Winners'are chosen on the $1.80( per 1,000( kilowatt hours -
and Mrs. Inez Green, taxes and charges.
organist, played a selection basis of an Interview and sing-
before the service. The Lord's ing performance.The .
Prayer was played as part of public is invited to

j'4, the Immediately ceremony. after the ceremony -'I Wedding Date Set Saturday attend the at girls'9:30: a.m.singing at the on FORD I
veranda of the whitecolumedFoster
Rebecca Davidson Willis and the family and a few t
friends of the couple were Kathy Yvonne Comerford of Museum. The winnerswill
Richard Wyllys Roberts were entertained at the home of the Sneads, Florida, and John be announced after the
united in marriage Friday, groom's parents on Bessent Holmes Harrell of Gainesvilleare intermission for lunch. Prodigious Pumpkins I i 1
October 17, at 7 p.m. in the Road. pleased to announce their The winner will receive a
First United Methodist engagement and wedding of $2,000 scholarship. Four Mrs. Mae Cason Prevatt
Becky and Richard took a shows off some of her 100 pump
Church, Starke, in the pre short trip and are now living Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. at the New runners-up will be named kins grown at her home on SR-JOO-W behind Pine Level Bap-
sence of the immediate family in Gainesville. River Baptist Church in "Jeanie Maids" and will tist Church. Two hills produced: around 100 pumpkins some
with Rev. George Harper Brooker. receive $500 scholarships weighing around 50 pounds. Mrs. Prevatt stated she has
officiating. Miss Comerford is the enough for Charlie Brown and all his pals. On .
Becky is the daughter of e S S e e S a.LPL daughter of Mr.and Mrs.John Huge Savings Y
Mrs. Collette Davidson of R. Comerford of Sneads. Cason Case

Lexington, Ky. and W.L.oaoaaa. f'lJ..K-. ? Harrell is the son of Mr. and tl.L.&; I'Iif' ([ 1, ,
Mrs. R.E. Harrell of Gaines-
e At
Sen. and Mrs. Charley ville. PostponedUntil (LaLttl4liEtla!; ; ( i
Johns attended the 50th .
All friends and relatives are <
mtJia ,LJounow wedding anniversary recep invited to the wedding. Dec. 11 ft
tim for Sen. and Mrs. Turner I"e
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Miner of ----
Davis In Madison Sunday --ee '
The weather mite
Akron, Ohio are visiting Mr. afternoon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS r was a
Col. Fred A. Lewellen of .brisk as the Bassmasters T5's
and Mrs. Merritt Williams for The case of Union County CloseOut
launched their boats at Nell'sF"sh
Camp Blanding left for the
two weeks. School
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bahamas October Supt. James Cason, Camp.on Cross Creek
10 aboardhis
Dance of Fairfield, Conn who faces five charges in the Oct. 18
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh sailboat "Hervon" for amoth's Keystone municipal court,has
were Thursday to Sunday At 7:30: a.m. most of the
cruise. The
Brannen spent Wednesday to crew been postponed to December
guests of Mr.and Mrs. Walter Bassmasters headed for Prices
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Richardson included Mjr. Oblinger of St. 11 at the request. of Cason'sattorney. Orange Lake, but soon found
Augustine and Ed Cole and
Bob Faile in Lancaster, S.C. out the grass is awfully bad.
Miss Carol Dan Harley of Starke.Mr. Cason was to last
Bloodworth has appear By 9 a.m. the wind began to
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early been pledged to the Chi and Mrs. Carl Motes Thursday night, Oct. 16, but blow pretty good. While fishing .
returned Monday from an 11 Omega sorority at the Univer- and Mrs. G.E. McGauley of Attorney Selig Golden of Orange, the wind can be a
day visit with relatives in sity of South Florida, Tampa.Mr. Palatka were Saturday guestsof Gainesville requested, in big factor, since Orange has 1- 75 GRANADA
Quitman,. Miss and Mobile, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cason's behalf, the postpone- noshoreline or treeline to give
Ala. and Mrs. Sherrod Ham- Hardy. ment. John SchmidtIs protection.Dale .
ilton and his mother, Mrs. The five charges stem froma Johns and myself,
Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of W.L. Hamilton spent the LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand Monday night, Oct. 13, inci- IDS Sales'Representative Jody Starling A.T Cooper, 5 75 TORINOS i
Jacksonville visited her weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Badman dent in which Cason was fished Lochloosa all day. The
mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mark Hamilton and family in visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold apprehended by Keystone wind can get to you in placeson
the weekend. Patrolman John Howard after Lochloosa also.
Ga.Spengler Friday in Stone to Sunday Mountain and, Cason was clocked at 63 mphIn John G. Schmidt, 410 E. All in all, it was' a beautiful 1-75 PINTO RUNAABOUT \
i toured the a 45 mph zone on SR-100 in Laura Street,Starke, recently day for fishing.
Smoky Mountainsuntil
Keystone Heights. completed a three-week Both of these lakes are low,
Wednesday.Mr. After being stopped twice by course at the Investors Diver- but with the grass problem in -
and Mrs. P.D. Reddish Howard and a trip to the Clay sified Services (IDA) regional Orange and being low also ,I
WILD spent Friday to Tuesday with County jail in Green Cove training school in Cash Hall at creates a big problem to fish
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish in Springs, Cason was chargedon the Florida State University in Orange where you used to
Pensacola.Mrs. five counts: 1)) unlawful Tallahassee, Florida. catch fish. Lochloosa is 4 75 LTD's ;:
speed, 2)) driving while Intoxicated Schmidt is now an accredited beginning to get grassy in
F.J. Shaw spent Wednesday ,3)) resisting arrest with- IDS sales representative some areas. It needs some
i'! to Monday with Mr. out violence, 4)) no valid c in this area. attention before it gets out of
II|| and Mrs. Lamar Shaw and drivers licenser and 5) refus- The regional training hand. -75 MAVERICK
family at Ponte Vedra. ing to tation.Cason schools are designed to pre- Death is threatening
', (I was freed from the pare new IDS sales represen- Orange. If something isn't 3
F.E. Bellinger of Gainesville Clay County jail on $1,000 tatives for careers in provid- done in the near future, the 3Y
MAN was weekend visitor of bond. ing financial services for individuals grass will take over. You Have To Compare
Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger. ; groups; and busi-- At 7:30: p.m., all boats
he OId-tmzEA
nesses. Graduates of the returned to the landing and
Mr.and Mrs; Paul G. Brown \" .schools continue their trainingwith weighed in. Jody Starling and These Prices To Realize
were in Atlanta Thursday to, seven weeks of field A.T. Cooper were winners.
Jl training and 42 weeks of ad- These two Bassmasters sure
The Reduction
HAS J: ,. vanced study. do fish hard. Jody says he lost Huge
hn.jos. based In ''Minneapolis, several nice bass.Congratulations -
i and Mrs L.M.;
Mr. ; ; Stoner of
"!*. art these.two fine
Ocala happiest families Viumbers 3,400 representatives lo. : Hawg Off Prices
were weekend guests of
thoM In which the children: are in its national sales force dis- Hunters.
RETURNED Mr. and Mrs. George W. R.F. landed the
IL: tributing of financial Bryant
Brown. properly spaced--about ten feet a variety
products including shares of biggest bass during the
apart. IDS-associated mutual funds, tournament.We 18 Years Of Something Special In
Steve Simmons underwent -Se e e e eS
AN UNFORGETTABLE ti scalp surgery Tuesday of last Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Green insurance fixed-return underwritten investments by, and an Branham certainly will soon hope be Harold off the Quality' & Service i

week in Shands Teaching and Mrs. J.F. Fields visited IDS sick list so he can return to his
HALLOWEEN EXPERIENCESAT.OCT.25,7RM t Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fieldsin subsidiary. favorIte pasttime (Hawg We Service What We sell. . '
l \ Jacksonville Saturday -------- Hunting)I. '
Mrs. Howard Brown of Dan- afternoon. Mr.and Mrs. RichardSolze, Earl Muse is sporting a new
,\. iebville,Va. is visiting her son Sr., Mrs. George Hamiltonand bass boat. Says he plans to TERWILLEGAR
: j
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Miss Donna recover the stringer of bass he (
FOLLOW THE HEARSE I Mrs. Paul G. Brown for sev- Williams and sons of Ormond tended the graduation ofyPvt. lost in the St. Johns River last
eral weeks. Beach will spend the weekend Ricky Solze from boot camp February. Says he has plentyof MOTORS
live well in his
with Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson October 15 at Parris Island, space new
TEENS ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Richard rig and plans to retire his fish
and attend the UF homecoming N.C. Ricky was transferred to
Good luck Earl.
Chamberlain of strmgers. 706 W. Madison 964-7200
Lansing, activities in Gainesville. the Marine base at Meridian, Bass wishes.
ADMISSION $$1.00 '::0- Mich. and Mrs. Bernice Miss., NAS. Neil Crawford
Strong Chicago, 111. were

MEET AT PIGGLY WIGGLY Monday brunch guests of Mrs.


PROCESSION TO DESTINATION UNKNOWN E J. Dowling Sr. attended the HOCKING : ': ti I C. ;;d,4 t tfpJ
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.HEATER$3QOO To Pay or 60 Bays 4-Pitco Group Include: finith add the final leuch_ and the price it much less than .n. would' II

Crowned Fram.d Mirror
S3500.' 7-Dravvor ). ALL SINGER
S.mla. GashSawyer Trip Dr t er by 1e / !

4-Drawor Ch.st. 4-PIECES. $29995 Compare HOMI FURNISHINGS. I 1))
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Jack Wainwright and family Russell Lines of Valdosta, McCulley: and David were Sat New Format on FPL Electric Bills :
Church of God: Sunday and Dan Wainwright of LA WTEY-- Ga, and Mr.and Mrs. George urday dinner guests of Mr. .1 I
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- ,Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Breslin, of Jacksonville, at- and Mrs. Watts and Barry To Show Where Each Dollar' is Going .
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Hubbard Harley of Bushnell, tended the Antique Show in Lee. On Sunday the Watts, k
,Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Doris C.Caton of Port Orange By Elizabeth Terry Palatka on Sunday. Alfords, and Mr. and Mrs. Florida Power and Light Utility taxes differ from i
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Cox of Slaw, French Fries, HushPuppies weekend. While there they Elder and Mrs. Hershel Ernest Grider of Starke were (FPL) customers are able to franchise charges in that they f
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Waldo; Mrs. Helen Nas- and Baked Beans. attended the Rodeo. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tell where their electric dollaris do not require a contractural j
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- worthy, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. There will be games for all Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville Ralph Harrison, of Jackson- McCulley: and David. going since a new bill format agreement between the
vices 11 a,",. and 7:30: p.m. Mailman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ages and tickets for all games Beach, and Mrs. Cora ville spent last weekend with Mr and Mrs, Arlie Dobbs went into effect this community and the company. \
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Klein, Mrs. Margie Whetseland will be available at the Car- Hodges of Macclenny, were Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson.Mrs. visited their brother Cue month. The average franchise charge 1 ;
7:30: p.m. Gary, all of Keystone nival ticket booth. Monday overnight guests of Pierce Crews and Dobbs of Bradford County The new billing format will amounts to approximatelyfive
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Items that people want to their sister, Mrs. Hester cousin, Mrs. Iva McKinney, Hospital Starke on Sunday show how much is going to per cent, while utility I
gram over WPXE Starke, Richard Chesser and family of donate for the country store Hicks.On Tuesday all of them visited their cousins, Mrs. afternoon. local franchise charges and taxes range up to 10 per cent.
Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 Sanford Mr. and Mrs. 11.11. should be turned in to the were dinner guests of their Odessa Thomas and Mr. and how much is going to local ,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Buck of South Daytona, and school as soon as possible. All brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Ressie Thomas of utility taxes.
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Dr. and Mrs. H. Ira Conley of cakes, pies and cookies shouldbe and Mrs. O.J. Anders.Mr. Starke, on Friday. Obituary FPL bills have been Open House Set
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Gainesville. brought to the school on and Mrs. Hermie Kelly .,'Mr.. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, showing the two amounts
Study. Highland Baptist! : Sunday Saturday. and Miss Catherine Young of Jr. and family were Friday Winifred Drzymnlla. combined under the heading At Middle SchoolThere i
Grace United Methodist: School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Lakeland, visited Mrs. Lonnie overnight guests of their "CITY TAX AND-OR FRANCHISE
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship vices 11 a.m. PERSONALS Futch of Gainesville on Saturday mother, Mrs. O.J. Boyette of CHARGE." -
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Major and Mrs. James F. Lake City. On Saturday all of Mrs. Winifred Drzymalla, The franchise charge was will be a Parent's .
pm. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Dougherty and family, and Mrs. Edith Swinney spent them visited Mr. and Mrs. 71,of Lake Geneva, died in the collected in base rates thatis Open House held at the ,
and United Methodist Fellow- p.m.Northslde Baptist: Sunday Capt. and Mrs. R.W. Lines of last weekend with both her Charles Allen of Valdosta Ga.: Starke Nursing Home Sunday FPL spread the cost of the Bradford Middle School on .
ship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Valdosta, Ga., Billie and Ray sons-in-law and daughters, Mr.and Mrs. Waldo Prlngleof evening long illness., Oct. 19, following a charges uniformly among the 'Tuesday, October 28, from 7- I
There vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Worthington Springs spent 8:15 .
were approximately Wilson of University of Flo- Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell company's customers. The : p.m.Please I
135 present for the homecoming Prayer meeting Wednesday rida, spent the weekend last and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday with their sister, Public Service Commission attend and meet
of the church on Sunday.Out 7:30: p.m.Revival. week with their parents, Col CA. North and family of Mrs. Pierce Crews. Born in Putnam County on ruled however your child's teachers and 11
of town guests were: Miss Services will be and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.Mr. Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Jess Mciver of August 30, 1904 Mrs. Dryz- that it is become familiar with the ij
Catherine Young of Lakeland, held at the church Oct. 27 and Mrs. Johnny Joseph Starling and Ocala,Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser malla moved from Jackson- fairer for customers only organization of the Bradford
Orville Bumgarner, and Mr. through Nov.2 each evening Jenkins and Robert of son,David, visited Miss Eliza- and son Eric, Patricia San ville to Lake Geneva three within each franchise Middle School, asks Principal I,
and Brother Richard ders Denice Lisa and years ago. She was a memberof agreement area to pay the Lennard
Mrs. C.B. Outlaw of at 7:30: p.m. Callahan spent Friday with beth after- Cathy, Register. I
Green Cove Springs, Denise Barber, Associational Missionary their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry on Thursday and Alan Brown, all of Jacksonville the St. Johns Park Baptist amount due under that par- Refreshments will be serv-
Durban, Mrs. Rex Mixon, Mr. for New River and O.J. Anders.Mr. noon.W.S.\. Crews of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Wilma Church in Jacksonville. ticular agreement. ved. tS '
and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Santa Fe Associations will be and Mrs. Wayne Gus- spent Monday morning with Wainwright on Sunday and
son, Mr.and Mrs. Jim Burton the speaker. attended homecoming at V S S e S S S S e S e S S S S S eI
tafson of Green Cove Springs, his mother, Mrs. Pierce ', Survivors I include a brother,
Casey Dinkins, Cathy Waters the weekend with their Grace United Methodist I
: spent Crews. Kenneth Wilkinson of
'Mrs. Betty D. Williams andisuns SCHOOL NEWS parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Bill Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson (Church on Sunday. Palatka;.. two sisters: Mrs. : NOW OPEN ,
Mrs. Patricia W. Sanders The annual Halloween Car- Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North
% Dobbs, and grandparents, Mr. their son-in-laws' and I Lillian B. Mann of Lake Gen-
and Lisa Durban, all of nival and Fish Supper will and family and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. -
daughters, Capt. and Mrs. eva and Mrs. Nell of
"aJaeksonville; ; Mr. and Mrs. begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct- Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly JC. Beach of Jacksonville Palatka. Craig Luci's Drive-In : t
,Ndson Blocker, and Mrs. ober 25.11ckets. and daughter of Lake Worth spent Sunday afternoon with. :
'Pearl Boyette, Mr. and Mrs. are still availablefor spent the weekend with their their mother and grand-
Paul Moore, Baldwin, Mr. and the Bicycle and AM-FM parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie HAMPTONAREA parents, Mrs. Edith Swinney Services were held Wednes (Formerly Tuck's) ,
Mrs. M.W. Kelly and daughter Radio. Contact any P.T.A. Kelly. Another guest of the andMr, and Mrs. J.F. Robertson. day afternoon, Oct. 22, in the 631 South Walnut Street
Lake Worth, Mr. and Mrs. officer or come by the school Kelly's was Miss Catherine DeWitt C. Jones Funeral t Now Open Under New Management t
\lA.Q. Smith and family of for a ticket. Young of Lakeland. They NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ray Chapel at Keystone Heights CURB SERVICE-FAMILY ATMOSPHERE
'Auburndale[ Mr. and Mrs. The Fish Supper will include came for Homecoming at Alford and family of Mayport with Rev. Guy Wade officlati t t
Smoked or Fried Mullet. Cole Grace United Methodist were weekend guests of Mr. i ing. Burial was in Riverside Open 6 a.m.12 Midnight,Except Sundays t V
Church on Sunday. and Mrs. Barry Watts and Memorial Park in Jackson- t% Specializing In Home Style Cooking and Fresh Seafood
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston, By JoMjphlna Fontaine Barry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. B.F. 'vine _
W -SS --9------ *
Kathy, Mike and Nancy were
Friday overnight guests of Friends&NeighborsMrs.
their brother and sister-in- Marion Veltman of
law, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Tes- Centralia, Illinois spent,
ton of Land O'Lakes.Mr. several days visiting with her
Baptist Church and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, mother, Mrs., Evelyn V'a:
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lan-' Vaughan, and her sister,' a
drum and family of Gainesville Evelyn Powell, and her niece,"+
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Susie Powell. ,
No v. 3rd 4th & 5thMonTueWed Moore and family of Lake City '
visited their parents and RecreationThe

I Carl grandparents Prevatt on, Mr.Sunday and morn-Mrs. Citizens met Hampton for their regular Senior ::1':'::: '
meeting at the Hampton
Wilkinson and Recreation Center and City rr
Mrs. Nellie THE
7:30: Each her daughters,. Mrs. Daisy Hall.After' a brief business !; i
Bach, Mrs. Barbara Whaley, ,II
Mrs. Maines Griffis and Mrs. meeting games were enloved.
Night Virgil Griffis of Palatka, were Winners were Lillian HaUl,',.
hostesses for a birthday partyon Lawrence Cosgrove,
Hear Wednesday afternoon Fontaine, Buck Dennison, )

r ReverendLarry Amanda honoring Blackburn their aunt, ,at Mrs.the Sarah Paul Taylor Krieger., Ruth The Dennisonand door (If CAT'STHE a
was Lawrence,
Starke Nursing Home. Their Cosgrove.prize won by :

Bolden other kinson aunt, a ,patient Miss Barbara there, Wil-was Lynn Happy Hall.Birthday Members was who sung had to ,

present for the occasion. birthdays who absent'are ...
From Rossville Ga. While they were there, their Mr. and Mrs. Bateman' cousin Charlie Redding:of Frank Herndon, and.BillSchaub. -- :t'c4. Jr, \ ..
Raiford, brought his mother, .
v rl &- ****') ... A 1.A-WIY'
; *, Mrs: CellieHdding, for'visit a The next'meeting wilPfisY;, __ fJ .il' 'rio,1J- !
with her'Itlsters Mrs. November 7. */p '" "'.
Preaching Blackburn and Miss Wilkinson. '
All enjoyed being toge- A representative of Che( ..
State Employment Office will
ther.Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Barry of be at the City Hall two Wed
The Old Time GospelService Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. nesday mornings in
Jim Peterson of Starke, and November. He will be'there MICE WILL
Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham November 12 and Nov.28 from

Beginning' Each Night At 7:30 were guests of Saturday Mr.and Mrs.afternoon Harold 10 a.m.to noon.

Eunice. The Wednesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman craft class meets from 2:30: to
Pastor and sons, and Mrs. Darlene 4:30.: Anyone interested is
Norman and sons, visited welcome.
James E. Starling their cousins Mr. and Mrs. PLAY
Roy Smith, of Seville over the Halloween

you miss the Halloween ,
Carnival at Hampton School

HEY MOM. LOOKSPECIAL one this yet.year We'll, you'll be miss starting the with best Mac Baldwin Is In London, EnglandAnd

: the costume judging in the '
school at 5:30: p.m. The best

receive bicentennial a $25 costume savings bond will While He's Gone We're Gonna

2 Big Days from the Florida Bank at
sE tR sE V FROM Starke. Next, we'll have
Mon & Tues judging for the prettiest, the
s EaO SEARS most horrible and the most 11
r 1N Oct. 27th & 28th original costumes. Winnerswill
:to, DA PHOTOGRAPH HOURSi receive 10 tickets each
.; GET A and $2. If you plan to enter,
10 A.M.
To 5 P.M.
., please be at the school at 5
p.m. Pre-school children -
through the 12th grade may

.i Beautiful enter.We have several new games ABSOLUTELY NO

Ar BIG I The this year"dunking that should booth be fun.,"

featuring Mr. Tom Casey and
Silvertone anyone else we can find who
wants to get "all wet" the
shooting gallery for older "- V
children, clothespin shooting !': R'EISONIBLEOFFER
11 X 14 PORTRAIT gallery. Also new and
waiting for you is our fortune ',

By Professional H & W Photographers before teller, the who carnival.is "flying She has in" g

plans for anyone willing to f

(Parent Must Select For Minors) Perfect Gift For Christmas fun There for all are ages more-games food in and the

kitchen, a live band in the ,,
school, pony-rides, cake walk,
ii I hay ride, country store. Don't
forget the raffle: one quarterof
0\\\1\ beef plus lot of other prizes REFUSED '

an for $1 donation. Come out, ..t
have fun and support the ,
school, Friday, Oct. 31 at 6
p.m. Thank you Your Car- ,
nival Committee. '

School News I ft) I TRY
Mr:Joe Riddick president, USJim
c.w' presided at the PTA meeting ,' ,
held on Thursday evening, I I Lavison r
NO October 18, at Hampton J '
IV Mr. Tom Casey, principal,; i ".,
explained the new report -
t cards which will be going out 4 "
Come Early To Avoid Rush soon. Parents may make P PI

_._ comments on apace provided,
At when returning attachediJ
forms which they sign.
LIMIT ONI Pit PIRSON Miss Marlene Campbell was. >
SEARS CATALOG kind enough to take care of,. I
children who accompaniedperants !
S to this meeting. Mrs.* m 991 Jon..' nOR 9Hr1loo' .
Mad At j
Group Pictures MERCHANT STORE Jean Clark' first and secondS l '
; grades were awarded k f STARKE FLORIDA
r No Extra Charge reward for best represen-; ,

PHOTOGRAPHY IT 218 N.;,Temple St.: tation of'parents at this I
HaW Studio Atlanta Refreshments wereeerved'by "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Deal.di .""
l Starke. Fla. Mrs. Royce .. ,
iI. Jayner'4,
and Mrs. Harold
. V a V 'r'- .. .rw f ... -...M.I/oW rMMlerr ., '
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Page TELEGRAPH October 23, 1975

I Tigers Roll 40-0 By Red Devils In Homecoming Win w

LAKE BUTLER Union toughest part of the scheduleyet Hazen ran Coach Jack Jones' STATISTICS period. Sam Jackson added a liston 40 yard line.Three plays five yards out with 48 secondsleft freshman, and fullback Luke Michael Smith
High rolled easily to a 40-0 to come. Williston is 1-5 version of the wishbone L WILL two point conversion on a run later !the Tigers again had in !the first half. Dukes drive. "
IB the
homecoming victory over an this year. option with his usual exper- 481 Yard Ru.hlng 97 3 over right tackle for an 8-0 UC clawed their way into the Red The Tigers scored both carried on .:t
of 25 yards, and
outclassed Williston team The Tiger offense rolled upa tise. Hazen ran for three 41 Yards. Patting 0 lead. Devil endzone. Smith was the times they got !the ball in the had one run
Friday night,Oct 17, to main- season l high of 521 yards of touchdowns, one a run of 60 271 PC PA PI 030 The Tigers took over againon big gun, running 19 yards, fourth period, however. Hazen QB Hazen passed for the 26 touchdown yards to
White :
tain the second spot in state offense. The UD defense yards, and passed to junior 0 Fumble Lot 3 their 24 yard line after a 49 then 23 more for the touch- capped a four play 63-yard Paul
Class AA football rankings. limited Williston to three first Paul White for another. 95 Va"UPenell.ed .15, yard Williston punt. Smith down. Jackson took a pitch out drive by scoring from 11 yards TOUCHDOWNS ,i'
Th undefeated Tigers are downs and 97 yards of offense. Lake Butler's L.W. Cum- 00 Punting Yardage 7 34 promptly skirted right end off around right end for the two out just over !three minutes 1)) run.I-He.en., yard run. EP Jack ?
!5-0)for*die-season, but with the Veteran quarterback Danny mings returned the WillistonTough kick-off to midfield. From his the option for 23 yards beforehe point conversion LB led 22-0. into the final period. Jackson loa 2)) L 8- He zen..60 yard run. EP run ,'\
49, Cummings galloped on the could be hauled down. Williston gained seven traversed right tackle for the failed .
first play from scrimmage, 32 .From the LB 40 QB Hazen yards in two downs, then two points conversion and. LB 3)), run.L 8-Smith,'16 yard run. EP Jackton
yards to the Williston 19. scampered 60 yards for the fumbled again. LB's Jimmy led 34-0. 4> LB-Smith* yard run. EP run
Foe For Tigers Smith ran 10 yards for a firstat TD. A run for !the extra point Mobley recovered on the Taking over at their own 25 lolled. '
the Red Devil 8, with QB, failed and LB led 140. Williston 34. Four plays later late in !the fourth period, the S) LB-Haian, 11.yard run EP run I
Hazen covering the final Williston made one first the Tigers made it 28-0 when Tigers drove 75 yards in 10 lallad a I) L B- Lawton 26 yard pass Iron,-
seven yards for the touchdownwith down, but fumbled. LB's Chris Smith, who set up the TD witha plays for the final touchdown.L.W. Haian. EP run I.lied. -
just 2:10: gone in !the first .Lawson recovered on !the Wil 25 yard sprint, scored from Cummings, Glen Kemp, .. .
Expected In Newberry"Newberry

.-. has enough Jones Pleased With'Win, But Not Mental Miscues I

talent on paper and on the
field to beat us. We can't afford "Pleased with !the outcome' Uriversity of Tennessee a few game, scoring the first three Quarterback Danny Hazen turnedrunneGlen Kemp,
to look past this game," \ but displeased with! mental years back and promotes an times they had the ball. chugged up the only long run who averaged 15.4 yards per
Uraon County head football mistakes,"is head coach Jack "aggressive and quick" Jones grinned sheepishly of the game, a big 60 yard carry for 108 yards. With !this
coach Jack Jones said in ." ? '' Jones' opinion of the Union defense, Jones said. ( when asked about the performance hustle for the second touch- game, Kemp joined of Jones'honorary
anticipation of the upcoming .. County 40-0 poaching of the'' "It's a patient defense that of Luke Smith in his down of the game. Hazen society rushers
match for the Suwannee ,r' ;1tt r Williston Red Devils last Friday makes the opponent make return from pre-season injur racked up a total rushing gainof averaging 7.5 yards per carry
Conference game Friday. .. I \ night. mistakes and get away from ies.Smith pushed for a total of 110 yards, averaging 17 each game.
Neither the Tigers nor ;f' Clipping and personal fouls; their original game plan," 207 rushing yards against yards per carry. Jones said offensive he was very
Newberry have lost a ) l cost the Tigers 95 yards in the, Jones said. Williston, averaging. 14.8 Close behind Hazen in the pleased with line'blocking
t. game, two yards less than Jones lauds leading tackler yards per carry. statistics was defensive back- from Lanier and Clyattj.;
Suwanee Conference game lit; Williston's entire ground. Dean Dukes for his 15 tackles Fred Clemmons Don
this season. The best of both Davis. He also complimented
and assists. A second laudable
teams will be required to ., z !-!! :. !I Jones blames !the abun- effort came from Daryl Bret & Jerry's 2-0 Mark center Tim McGill and 5'U"I'
decide !the title match on the dance of mistakes on !the Oct Williams, who had 12 tackles 170-lb. freshman
Tiger field, Jones said. 10-17( layoff, during which he and assists. Dukes who gained 21 yards for

"They've got some speed," Union Runningback High's 34-8 Sam homecoming Jackson eludes win to Friday Williston night tacklers Jackson in "coached on being"classy and Two starters laid out duringthe Leads Men's FootballBret the Others Tigers.involved with the.
Jones said, adding that large carries. using maturity. Loss of Williston battle, tight end
In nine
players do not pose as much of gained yards momentum after a first half Tim Whitehead with a Tiger rushing game were:
a threat to the Tiger defenseas good chance to win they have, punting spot, but Jones says explosion also caused inT severely sprained ankle and and Jerry's Athletic cur once for 20 more Kitchen Sam Jackson, averagingseven in
fast backs.In I'd be up for it.," Jones he doesn't plan to use them complete passes and penal- Norris Jenkins with a pulled House is leading the Men's points. yards a carry puttingthe
reflected unless absolutely necessary. ties, Jones said. hip muscle. Whitehead's Flag Football League with a Richard Wainwright scoredMr. team 62 total yards down-
!the last two meetingswith "Newberry's kicking gameis The Tigers now have 19 absence left the Tigers at a perfect 2-0 record, accordingto "B's" only touchdown. field; L.W. Cummings, totally
Newberry, Union Countyhas very sound. However, evenif shutouts to their credit in the loss for punting skills, but Starke Recreation Director Kitchens is in second place, recovered and pushing eight
mounted total of 134 PI.mteTim Whitehead out Mr. "B" holds third, and the yards a carry for a total of 47;
a thanks Randall Davis.
25 to
it's fourth down and 87 to go, past games Jones never had!the opportunity -
points to the opponents' six with! a badly sprained ankle, we'll probably go for it. It defensive coach Frank to need one. The team took its second Independents wind up the Jimmy Mobley, and Paul
points. will leave Jones in the lurch would be bettethan getting a Yanossy. Yanossy was an All- Tiger offense racked up an victory Oct 19, when it league. White.
for a good kicker in !the con- punt blocked," Jones predicts. SEC:'defensive tackle at. the, "awesome" 483 yards in the crushed the Independents, 39- ,, . ..
"If I were a football team test. Paul White and Dean 0.B&J had a 13-0 halftime leadon
and got beat that bad two Dukes, who kicked off against A fourth-and-87! situation is touchdowns by Wesley
years in a row, and had the Williston, are priming for the not likely to occur, however Sheffield and John Watson. DeWitt C. Jones
The Tigers have seven offensive Two touchdowns by Sandy
Have Carpets and backs now averagingseven .. Grayson and Bill Ratliff
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L DURACLEAN BY OLIVER Lake Butler faces Cross
'. City at home on Nov. 7,, then Ty Prices Good Thru Sunday
a 496-2835 winds up the regular season in Defensive tackle Brantly Crawford, number 74, and line
Crescent City on Nov. 14. backer Cedric Warren 86 close in on a Williston runner.The
Red Devils got only three, first downs against .the Tiger Oct. 6, 191&
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t Baby Tornadoes Edge 8-7 By PalatkaSTARKE f

Kenneth posite side of the field Hull Palatka flirted around deep ,.. .. "
Cruger's blocked punt and a took Norman's pass and in Bradford territory on its .. ,
classy second half per- turned the corner into the other two possessions of the ....
formance gave Bradford High Palatka endzone again. The first half Allen Norman in- "
junior varsity gridders an 8-7 cane-from-behind touchdowngave tercepted a Palatka pass in
win over a tough Palatka the Baby Tornadoes the the endzone and returned to
South JV eleven last Thursday second Bradford win in a week the Tornado four yard line to "" -. .
night, Oct. 9, on Bradford over Palatka South gridders. end one threat. A BHS funbleset 'iJ

,>r rPy + field.Defensive Palatka up on the Tornado .
tackle Roger STATISTIC IS yard line, but linebacker p-- ,, t, ...
Barnett recovered the blocked BHS PalatkaJ. Harold Higginbotham intercepted -
punt on the Palatka 16 Five ... .. First' Downt 6 another Brave passat r
plays later BHS invaded the 3'13-------Yard.... ,.V ardo Poising Rushing 114 36 the five yard line to stop :
Brave endzone with play 3.54 ,.PC.PA.PI 3113 ,that threat.
action pass from quarterback I..rumble. Lost 0 Receiving the second half
35.......Yard Panallled 15 --
Norman to fullback kick-off Palatka
Jeffery was unableto .
S.2S I. Punting Yardag 3 83
Scott Hull coming out of the Touchdown. move.On third down with 11
backfield. Palatka Los Robinson" ona loot run yards to go, quarterback Greg
Marvin Tyson picks them up and puts them down around Daringly, the Baby Tor- EP. Saulona kick good, Leary threw nine yards & '
the Palatka end In the 8-7 Baby Tornado win over Palatka nadoes went for the two point Norman.BHS EP Scott Hull Hull pan 3 yard from pass Norman from, complete to Donnie Hersey. .... ,
South last Thursday. Tyson led the Tornado attack with 76 conversion. Using the same But Hersey was hit hard by ..I
yards gained In 25 carries play action pass to the op- The passes were two of only Tornado Don Wilson and '
three completions of the night coughed up the football at the
Palatka Thus from the
by BHS quarterback Jeffery beginning of the third, Fullback Scott Hull takes In quarterback Jeffery Norman's pass for the Bradford touchdown
Norman The Tornado attack situation reversed periodthe against Palatka.Soulh,. Thursday night. Hull lipped into the endzone from about four yards
Tough Physical Game was non-existent in the first was : out.Larry
Palatka was in the hold. r
half which was dominated by
Sessions punt andHarriett's with 53 seconds remaining in didn't fool BUS defensive end
Palatka. The Braves had six On three runs Marvin Tyson recovery. BUS was the third period. Rowland Cummings and lost ,7
first downs in the first half! had gains of 6.5, and 3 yards back in business on the Donnie Hersey returned the another eight yards back to
In none in the second. BHS hadsix from the Palatka 34 to inside Palatka 16.Marvin Tornado kick-off to the the 32.
Expected Augustine first downs in the second the Brave 20. Then a 12 yard Tyson, who led the Palatka 40. The Braves made
half, and just one in the first. pass from QB Norman to Tornadoes with 76 yards in 25 seven yards in three plays A squibbed Palatka punt IBIS
Scott Hull put the ball just carries, squirmed for three before Hersey punted 28 yardsto traveled just three yards and
STARKE "Very physical. 7,and last week were edged 7- aggressive." The Jackets Palatka scored on a 46 yard outside the Palatka eight yard yards over the left side. Legs the Tornado 25. Two took over on its own 29.
It's year in and year out the 0 by quick and scrappy Fer- have a "very fine offensive drive on its first possession of line.Then pumping, Tyson came back penalties pushed BHS back to With fullback Allen Normanand
most physical game we play," nandina, a team which edged backfield," Coach Hurse says, the game. It took three tries the Brave defense shutoff over the right side for four its eight yard line, and the Tyson running the ball, r
says Head Coach David Hurseof 9-6 past BUS this season.St. in quarterback Phillip Twine, inside the one to dent the the Tornadoes. Tyson yards to the Palatka 9. On Tornadoes punted from their BIS drove out to its 48. David ;:.
Friday's upcoming battle in Augustine has some big 165-11; running back Vernon Tornado defense, fullback Lee found no room around right third and three fullback Allen Carter punted 33 yards and
St Augustine. people, as usual. Tackles in Wilson, 155-12, and halfback Robinson going over for the end on the pitchout. QB Norman leaped over the 15.Palatka end Ronnie Revels Palatka had to resume i.
The Tornado gridders are the split-40 defense are Mike David Johnson, 190-11. TD. Larry Sessions kicked the Norman kept around left end Palatka defense for a first blocked the punt and Danny possession at its own 29 with ,
healthy, "probably in our best Heirs,227,and Jim Alsobrook, QB Twine is 6-3, has a good extra point. Palatka led 7-0 and was mobbed for a loss. On down just short the Palatka Williams fell on it. Palatka time running out. E
physical condition of the season 225, both big, strong playerswho arm and can run the Ball. with 3:11: left in the first third down tackle David five. Norman hit up the had the football at the Tornado Allen Norman intercepted a
," after an open date last the BHS scouting report "Without him the Jackets are period. Harris threw Norman, trying middle again but got only a 13, but lost 19 yards in Palatka pass with 1:25: and I'.
Friday. says like to hit. The ends, the lost," the BHS scouting report topass, for an eight yard foss.A short yard. three plays. Edwards fumbleda BIB retained possession until
"We've had two weeks off other two down men, are Dean reads. Palatka drove 48 yards,to fourth down BHS pass was On second down QB Jeffery pitch out for an eight yard the game was over.
now. Sometimes that kinda Petty, 170-12, and Scott Wilson is the main Jacket the BHS one foot line on its incomplete in the endzone. Norman threw just over left loss, Cruger held Edwards to The win leaves the Baby !
slows you up a bit; sometimesit Tedder, 15011.( Petty is tabbeda ball carrier, lining up in the second possession but failed to end to Scott Hull coming out of two yards up the middle, then Tornadoes for the season to
helps," says Coach Hurse. good hitter who reads left halfback position. "Hits put the ball into the endzone in From its 18, Palatka failedto the backfield for the touch- Palatka tried a reverse which date. E
"We just hope we're mentally sweeps well and Tedder will like a 195 pound back," the front of a steadily toughening move the football. Then down. The same play to the
ready." ,Come up and tale the runner BIB scouting report reads. Tornado defense TonfaTOo' came Cruger's block of the right side put BHS ahead 8-7 Ii Fresh Fall
."If we're mentally ready, Wilson has speed and likes to I ANNUALS
we'll be all right." on.The four linebackers are break to the outside. He is BULBS SEEDS

The Tornadoes are taking a Anthony Britton, 150-10, young termed a team leader. & i
3-2 record to St. Augustine but quick; Ulysses Williams, Big Johnson is tabbed a FLOWERS PLANT HERE
hoping to start off the secondhalf 170-11, who moves to the ball; very strong runner who likesto ;
of the season, the toughest Bernard Wilder, 185-12, who run over people. Johnson is VEGETABLES Add Healthy
half of the Bradford High moves to the ball and likes to also a good blocker. With Grotone I.
schedule, with a win. hit,and Dennis Campbell, 161- Big Heirs, at 227, goes both 69e epakSTRAWBERRY "
week was a big game," says The SA defensive secondary center on offense and the Y + 1
Coach Hurse, who predictedthe biggest offensive lineman.The .
is three The halfbacks
deep. rl
Palatka game would be split end is Gary Hurd, t 1 Pot MIX :.bi.ag '.
are Tom Ferguson, small but 175-11, who "can beat i1 : twF1 59C'Per 50 Lb.. ..
the turning point of the .season with and you on
good ,
.' Westover, tabbed speed Ryan the long pass." Tight end is r I *H! ,, ,
as quick .
f"We've got to win to keep his feet. The deep safety on is Paul Tart, 175-12, termed ; 6f a ... .N /' --
the Palatka quick as a cat, and a .
prediction true Sam Bailey, who goes to the super )
and to give us some momen- blocker. E/ i
ball well and is real
tum to go into the Forest SA linemen are termed good FALLTRADEIN
game." The SA defense is called a blockers all the way across. \
Hurse clearly is not looking split-40,but SA's version of the They are tackles Bob Herring, .4 tL
past St. Augustine, however. alignment looks more like the 175-11, and Clifford Blue, 185- SALELiberal
The head Tornado-expectsa: ;., Palatka 6-2 defense Coach 12, and guards Chuck Owen, L
hard, tough ball game. Hurse BHS.has -.. leo-ll.and pavid Swindell, Allowances For Any )
ticed againsttboU-"dEfelis& ..? 17Sf2a' iXiA/X **" *> I
The Jackets are 2-3 on'the Old 'Mower On'Any Rider- '--:"=- ,
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present a
season so far. They have "I think we'll be ready for \ I .
beaten Palatka Central 28-14 anything they throw balanced running and passing The Tornado defense scored once Or Hand Model.
up, attack. The Jackets have been Baby stops Palauca just short of the goal line. The Braves
and Clay High 21-0. SA has Coach Hurse says.St. throwing a lot. Twine likes to and threatened three other times in the Irsthalf. The BUS defense held Palatka without a first Trade-Up To TORO I
losses;/to Class 4A Sanford 22- .Augustine's offense, BHS down In the second half.
throw to man Dennis
0,Jacksonville Englewood 14- scouts report, is "very'Whycaift pro 4. AS' :
Campbell, 160-11, over the David Carter stopped Brave Priced as Low
middle.! Campbell has good workhorse Kevin Edwards I
speea ana good nanas. twice inside the seven. With HONEY FACTS 1 95
BUS is expected to start the the ball on the BHS one foot Model $139 j
IC\ same line up as for the pre- line middle guard Kenneth Honey Is a natural food that shouldn't be refrigerated, 20660, .
vious five games.Offensively Cruger stopped Edwards coldon and that will keep Indefinitely in a sealed container '
the Tornadoeswill fourth down.Cowboys. j jI
have Jeffery Jockel at Honey For Sale at 50 Cents Per PoundIn I
center, Perry Bryan and Your Container, !1'11Io1IOA
P David Godsey at guards, Tie ((1 quart Is approximately 3 pounds)

FPL absorb the Bobby Reams Smith at tackles and ,Charles Steve GARDEN

I Ernest tight end, with Jack- Bantam FlagFootball Donald W. Helle EST CENTER
Prevatt and Erie
son Biggs Florida
Box 95,Hampton
fuel alternating at split end. 1 Block South of Jet 18&325 in Hampton> ONTROL 539 East Call St.
Richard Lashley will be the
I back playing the wide PlayThe It I a t11t9asY ca ,..PH. 964-575. ._' _,
receiver position Jimmy Pre-
costs? vatt will start at quarterback, Redskins are sharing
; Glen DeSue at running back, their once-held top position in
and Jimmy Clark at fullback. the Starke Recreation Depart

'!I price of fuel oil has men Defensively will be ends, the Willie five Perry down season.ment's Bantam Flag Football

A.The and Jay Godwin, tackles The team lost its second
lJ; to a point Wayne Scott and Marty game Oct. 16 to the Raiders. Out of Town ?
it now costs FPL Russell, and middle guard Bill Goodge scored both
I Scott Pooser.Linebackers will touchdowns that put the
three times what it did in 1972. The be Jimmy Clark and Paul Raiders 12-7 past the Redskins -
>> Kenny Griffis ran 10
Jenkins or ,tufts Crawford.
average cost per day has risen from Keith Carter, defensive end yards for the Redskins score.
who has been injured, is Goodge saved the game when
$334,000 to over $1,000,000. The rounding back into form, is he downed the Redskins'
of also expected to see a lot of Dwayne McBride when he Out of Cash ?
cost of fuel now comprises: 59%, action. the broke loose on the last play of

total The defensive game.
our operating costs. will be secondary The Cowboys are tied for
Kenny Aycox, Emmitt
first with the Redskins, both
." To give you a clearer idea of Bright, Jerome Reddish, and teams having a 3-2 record. ,

what these figures mean the price we Richard Lashley. The Cowboys grabbed a third
I victory Oct. 16 in the game J

paid for fuel oil last year was 3Yi with the Dolphins. Jerry Lock Out of 'i
WaterfowlSeason ran for two touchdowns and Luck ? 1
times greater ,than our payroll two extra points to lead his
Cowboys to a 16-6 win.
expense and more than three times Bennett caught a touchdownpass (
from Kenny Clark for the
our total net income for the same Announced Dolphin score. The Dolphinsare
in third place with a 2-2 J i
year. That's why there's the fuel TALLAHASSEE Florida record

I'' charge on electric duck and coot hunters will Further standings are the
adjustment your have a two-phase waterfowl Raiders, 3-3, and the Steelers, Now there'sa

bill. However, we don't keep one cent season, as announced by the 1-3. ) ,

of that money, it all goes to help pay Game Commission.and Fresh Water Fish. Tournament

li the: fuel bill. We don't like paying day Taking season advantage, the first of phase a 50- ,way we

that much money for fuel any more ,opens on noon, November 26- Big Bass :. j
and closes December 10. The
t. can help'
than you do.We're second phase will open,I Caught .
December 17 and run through
doing all we can to keep January 20.Shooting .
Now when youxare'in an emergency

the cost of your electric bill down. ducks and coots hours will for be from both ST\ CLOUD Getting .":':, .1, you can obtain(up to $200.00 in more
; hooked on an unofficial record
That's one reason we're buildingmore noon to sunset opening day for the biggest largemouthbass .: than 1700Tf() inancial institutions across
and one-half hour before
caught in an organized the country with a Prestige Card from
Nuclear sunrise to sunset thereafter. .
nuclear plants.
power Dally bag limits for ducks fishing tournament made the .Guaranty Federal Savings! & Loan.

fuel is the least expensive source of will again be based on a point day Gainesville.for Jerry Bevis of A Ask Our Friendly Savings Counselors. "Su01K11oU.rpwrfnn.nl/mpowOtlnlMuMMIMar' !''Arc,
system with each duck and, .1
I energy available to us today. merganser assigned a point''i'
value. Coots have no assigned Bevis, a University of ... '
know is of our respoosibU1ty.IoRL1 value,but the daily limitis Florida student and memberof
Letting a part point
you '
IS and a possession limit of the Bassmasters of Gator EStJc' i
:\: II. 30. Country fishing club, latchedon 'mGuaranty Gri.: ':' ; (,
Waterfowlers will* have a to the 13-pound jounce ,. : ....: ; :-. '!:.' .,'
heavyweight in a recent .. ". r
special I canvasback and ._-.x\ I.t : -
contest held on Lake "
redhead season on designated
Cloud. t
Tohopekaliga near St.
coastal and .
areas. Daily bag
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possession limits are one I .
FLORIDA POWER canvasback or redhead. Caught on an eight-inch blue GAINESVILLE: 3501 W. University Ave. STAKE, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; Coming SOOT' :. '" II
'' There will be no hunting of 1220 N Main 3300 S.W. Archer Road 315 W, Madison Lw'enceSlvd.
1,q: Ioffc..serving people." Jelly worm, the mgmouth was & Sylvan Way'. To Like Butler
brant or geese during 25 inches long and 21 Inches in n.t-.' I'.,: J!
'. '" Florida's 1975-76 season girth : __" l ." ".;:1 -:< ?y. .1
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I Victory.. Over Palatka South Tremendous Win For Biff' : Red, 'T;';':':.,._ ,


STARKE "It was a downs, with the ball alternating traditional series comes It appeared to fans, Hurse the Tornado linebackers'responsibility terback Jimmy Prevatt coaches like it because it
tremendous win for us. It putus between the two teams. behind a 35-0 whitewashing pointed out, that Lashley, a to get back on turned in outstanding football means opponents are getting s
in good shape for St. The team which ends up with Palatka South gave BUS in deep safety, was allowing the short passes.. The games, Coach Hurse said. most of the time
Augustine," Coach David the ball on its side of the 50 another homecoming game Palatka to complete shortpasses linebackers were not dropping Beaver DeSue ,also ran the bore they get into the
Hurse says of his Tornadoes' yard line, loses. back in 1973. Palatka also won in front of him. Lashley back deep enough to protect ball well. secondary. Cornerback
22-21 win over Palatka South The ball ended up on in 1972, 14-7. Is responsible for the long run against the curl in pattern "There was great improvement Emmitt Bright has 25 tackles
here Oct. 10. Palatka's 40 yard line after The 1975 game was, by or pass and did get burned on Palatka QB Bobby Payne kept in the offensive and cornerback Kenny Aycox
"I told the boys before the the four downs, and Palatkalost accounts of coaches of both one long bomb. completing to receiver Alvin line," Hurse stated, a major
game it could be the high pointof by one point, 2221. teams, the best either team But, both Coaches Hurse Oliver. reason the running game wentso 20."When your defensive
the season. I think those It was the first Bradford has played this season, by far. and Sexton pointed out, it is ,Both Lashley and quay well. secondary makes a lot of
were peopheticwords"Ilurse High win over Palatka since "It seems Palatka always QB Prevatt not only passedthe tackles it means the opponent
added\ 1971 when BHS also won a peaks when we play them, Football ball well, but ran well on /Us moving the ball on you"
Looking back on the game, homecoming victory, 7-0. It says Tornado Defensive Doubleheader the sweeps. Despite being Hurse points out. ,
Hurse says he should have was just the fifth BHS victoryover Coach Mike Sexton sacked three times, Prevatt Willie Perry led the tacklingin
told fans how the new Florida Palatka South in the past To win, the Tornadoes also netted 58 yards with several the Palatka game with 11 I 0
High School Athletic 20 years, but it was the fourth had to play their best game of Set For JV's Tonight"We good gainers. i from his defensive end post. Future cheerleader.bad a-
Association's tie-breaker BHS win in the last 10 games, the season, both Hurse and Fallback Jimmy Clark did a Pooser and linebacker Curtis chance to get into the act' in
works. As Hurse explains it, since 1965. Sexton point out. are preparing for two attack. Indeed, Vanguard has good job of blocking, too, .Crawford each had nine Friday afternoon's homecoming

each team gets four offensive Latest BHS win in the "I was glad to see us put different teams and really toppled Eastside, North Hurse said. tackles, Russell, Clark, and parade, 'sponsored by
some points on the boar I looking forward to it," said Marion and Buchholz squads With DeSue and the big Scott 8, Bright 6, Aycox and Stretch and Sew of Lake
thought it was,by far, our best junior varsity head coach since meeting the Starke fullback leading blocking on Godwin 5 each. Butler.EMPLOYMENT, "
FIN'E: FRUIT' FROM FLORIDA offensive effort," Coach Butch Redding of tonight's team. the sweep and QB Prevatt The Tornado defensive
Sexton says of the third BHS (Thursday, Oct. 23)) football "The offensive line really running with the power and secondary, though bombed for AGENCY.
win this season against two double header on Bradford matured in last week's game, quickness he has shown lately, over 200 yards!, played a
Large NavelORANGES losses. Field. blocking consistently the way the Tornadoes have found a pretty good ball game, said
The Bradford passing at- they are capable of doing'
potent offensive weapon. Coach Hurse. It was the
Primarily freshmen will
tack clicked for the first time. Redding said.Biggest .
Then the passing game linebackers the
play in a 5:30: p,m. match with making
k, Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt problem in the came along in time for secondary look bad, he
Victory Christian, a private ,, .
threw three touchdown game will be the passing Palatka. Prevatt running wellon pointed out.
school in
passes, two to wideout Jacksonville, on the' attack of the Vanguard team, the sweeps put pressure on The veteran Tornado
home field.
89 tight Richard end Lashley Steve and Ernest one, in to "It's really but going to be a Redding Tornado predicts.secondary He said wasn't the the Braves Palatka didn't know secondary.whether The to disappointed mentor was also in the a little BHS My J Neighbors e i g I"I"1li
good I
game they
Doz. completing eight of 15 passes aggressive enough to stop the come up to stop the run or stay punting yardage. "We justdidn't
don't outclass
for 168 yards. Reddingsaid air action in the previous back for the pass. get the yardage we're
of the undefeated AA Victory
ft PinkGRAPEFRUITS With the passing game < Christian squad. Eastside bout.Starting The Palatka game has capable of," he says of the ova Ma r
clicking, the Tornado running lineup will remain helped the offense realize it {,seven punts for 30.5 yards.
Line coaches will call the
game also came alive. BHS essentially the same as in last does not have a potent attack, "Of course, when you'repunting
rushed for 190 yards, 92 yardsin plays of the game, as Redding week's win over Palatka that it can put points on the under pressure in a
the first half and 98 in the steps out of the coaching spot- South. Offensive starters will board, said Coach Sexton. ,game it's different than in
2 FOR 25CU.S. second half. RunningbackBeaver light. Offensive coach Ronnie be: tight end Roland Cum- "They needed a ball game like practice," Hurse admits.
Everett will run the Baby Tor-
DeSue ran 21 times for nado offensive mings strong tackle Dennis Palatka to boost their con- ,However, the Tornadoes have
129 yards. game while Brown, strong guard Hal[ Hig- fidence," Sexton said of the ,been practicing their kicking
The total of 358 yards was, Reddy Cox calls defensive ginbotham, center Chuck offensive players.Defensively?[ game in the past two weeks.
U.S. No 1 by far, the top offensive maneuvers. Register, weak guard Ricky [ Tornado Both Jimmy Clark and Jimmy
performance of the season for Monday was the first day of Johns, weak tackle David coaches were well pleased Prevatt have been booming
APPLES STRING BEANS the Tornadoes. "It was our practice for the mostly ninth Dailey, split end Dinky Kilby, with the Tornado per .them, Hurse says.
grade team, and starters had
\ first real offensive showing," quarterback Jeffrey Norman, formance. "Even though it ; ..... .....
been selected
; SQUASH Coach Hurse points out. not at press fullback Scott Hull, running 'seemed to be an offensive ....
3 Strong guard David Godseyand time."Another back Marvin Tyson and blocking game, for the most part, we Navy To Suspend Training *"
chance to even out ,
Lbs. tackle Tommy Edwards, the i back Allan Norman. played a good defensive ball
POLE BEANS the team captain, played their score" will be full played at 7pra Defensive lineup against game," Coach Sexton said. 'i; :
when :
the [ JV ;
best games of the year. Vanguard includes:' ends In Blanding During The < j
Godsey has been out only team meets Ocala Vanguardat Roland Cummings and Bill In the second half Palatkagot ,II
silo 29.t three weeks and is just the Tornado field. The junior Hayes, tackles Craig Holmes only two first downs, i
Lb.Norman's beginning to show his whirlwinds were defeated and Dennis Brown, noseman Sexton pointed out. BHS kept Upcoming Hunting Season ,:
potential.Good 1-0 earlier this season in a Kevin Neel, linebackersDavid the ball down around nn
improvement was also touch-and-go overtime with''' Dailey and Hal Higgin- Palatka's 30 yard line the ST. AUGUSTINE An has agreed to assist the)
Farm shown by center Jeffery the Vanguard team. botham, cornerbacks Esau entire third period, he added. agreement between state and ''National Guard in removing
Jockel and guard Perry ,"We're really improved Bright and Dale Rogers, The two defensive tackles, federal officials will make unexploded live ordinance
Bryan, Coach Hurse said. since we played them before. safetys David Carter and sophomore Marty Russell and hunting in the Camp Blanding from the popular norttf
Produce Market Hurse also praised tight end Our biggest improvement is Henry Pete. senior Wayne Scott, the nose Wildlife Management Area Florida hunting area. u'j{;
Steve Ernest for his touch- our offense, and we can now Ocala[ Vanguard has a man Scott Pooser, and Willie safer and more enjoyable this The Navy has been using1'?
617 N. Temple Ave.9646O71 down pass. Ernest made a move ,the ball," Redding, record comparable to the Tor- Perry and Jay Godwin at, fall, if not, necessarily, more target area between Stevens/
good run into the endzone witha boasts, conceding that the nado JVs, Redding said, in defensive ends "had exceptional productive.Major and Varnes lakes for military' ,
Open Man-Sat key block thrown by Richard Vanguard team has also;; anticipation of one of the sea- [ ball games," Coach Larry Martin, exercises. The same area 'is
Lashley, Hurse points out. gotten more aggressive in its sm's best battles. Sexton said. regional manager for the popular for hunting deer with
"The front line, over-all, has Game and Fresh Water Fish dogs and the problem ,:plj
done a real fine job," Sexton Commission, said the U.S. keeping the dogs out of the
Navy and the State Armory target area has been in

said.Keith Carter played some at Board have completed an creasing.The ,
defensive end after coming off agreement with the Com- agreement will enable'the
f: an injury. Carter this past mission calling for the Navy to hunter to feel at ease iq
TO& Y week has shown signs of being suspend{ training in the area this area and go a step furtherto
able to go full[ speed. He'll be during the upcoming hunting make the hunting experience -
: Make, it seeing a lot more action," season. more enjoyable..
h easy Sexton said. I >> jaartinalsa! "Our three down people" r-... f;,f'<** Wl"j *QI w'CORRECTION Navy however, that even though aft
have done i effort 1to t remove unexploded
a grand job,
Make great : said Coach Hurse high praise In the October 9 edition of ordinance is being "made;
; FABRIC SHOPS from the veteran Tornado the Telegraph it is there is still[ a possibility that
I-1 mentor. erroneously stated that 1974 some dangerous live ammunition
would remain in the
Backing up Hurse, however, sigiee Donnie Sewell is the
is the solid evidence that nose first player from Bradford i 1'area..
/ man Scott Pooser leads the High to play with Georgia To avoid serious Injury or a
team with 50 tackles, and that Tech. fatality, hunters should not
tackle Marty Russell has 33 Fact is that Bradford's 1967 touch any object found in the

r.,.' ,. tackles and Wayne Scott 32. all-state end Eddie Douglas Camp 8Iandirw..Mea.alii(,bi
', Seven Tornado defenders signed with Georgia Tech in
have 30 or more tackles, in 1965 and all-state tackle Andy -the. Od1 .
58-60" Wide fact Linebacker Jimmy Mayton signed with Tech in \ \" "',.,
Clark is second behind Pooser 1967. Douglas played on Brad- .!:;;S 111.
with 38, defensive end Willie ford High's 1965 state 'i, '
Perry has 38, defensive end champion football team and \ 1
Jay Godwin 37, Russell 33 Mayton, a sophomore in ''65.
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I, -' .:,a/;!/ .' ._ r October 23. 1975 TELEGRAPH; Page tQ

<.j!;; n' : OVER 60' on prescriptions, vitamins, convalescent aids, elastic aids, insulin :
"S9 thside I needles and syringes in Eckerd's pharmacy department. i

:, ChIt Chat' !h! !!! SAI 1 0 /: That's available 10 now.% off Eckerd's already .low prices. Applications 'I iySV i',

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by Judith Flynn
y The "spotlight at Southside
ds'week is on Mrs. Eugenia
Etefd' Whitehead.
i,"of Mrs.North Whitehead Carolina who Is a moved native {r:' 30'S } 6.4 OZ. < t Roy CLAIROL ,:r: >' 32 OZ. }'fJ

Starke and graduated from CEPS* ,
,BUS. She received her, BA
degree from the University of AIMTOOTHPASTE SHAM oo-IN LIQUIDJOY
South Florida. She has taught BANBNAID 4
school In Orlando Fla Fairfield +
,, Calif.. and Jacksonv1l1ebefore i HAIR '
coming to Southside in JOV
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an accountant who .

,Starke.works Mrs.in Whitehead's Jacksonville,teaching, live 'in \ '

experience has been in grades 139' 69 ASSORTED 14'9 99
[2,Sand 5.She taught 5th grade SHADES LIMIT
<,at Southside for four REG 1.72 !
1 and is teaching third years grade :'.::':"'. .......m"D' .. .':'.::'::':::;':.:fY:'.::.::::':}':'. LIMIT ...t:..+.:.;:.;:.:...;.:.:':.}.... LIMIT ONE ...."..:.:.;.:.....;.;.::.".... ONE :
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grade Chairman on the South-
side Teachers Advisory
Committee(TAG) 1973-73. Her / '
hobby is sewhig. ::1 ..S i
The Southside Glee Club 'Fan-forced heatPORTABLE :: : :iSiS:: :i: iiip; : :''
was organized in Septemberand ;
has 45 students in its ;.!p!11.!,.: I PRESTO' ASSORTED Protect your MENS & LADIES Full 3-inch tide'raili ;:1:J I
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membership. The partici- + : hands from 5-FOOT '
andSlp.UIhty 1:::'
pants are chosen from the' : 409 shell for bucket or ;:::;;: >
(three fifth grade classes. Mrs. HEATER HOUSEHOLDWORK
!1+ paint.Wood construction.
Jo Benson is the director of t'k t
/(the group which meets once a ;:;1@ 32 OL SPRAYCLEANER instant.automaticradiant amuseTOOLS ,r o.0 .\ :(in dem andladies GLOVES ':j;,.;
I I \week for forty minutes of ;:::;::: heat for greater comfort in nurseries, \ \ si Z s.
I I, 'rehearsal. dent rooms, bathrooms, garages. '\\ UDDER ::::;:
To be chosen for the Glee REG. 99'
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The Glee Club is currently 68 -- 1j
preparing a program of }j: 98 2688 \ yv}

Christmas and secular*carols,tobe presented both sacred at 1.:.1..:.;0 n-nmmla---nr EA'REG. 88 888 ""'1. .1'.

the December PTA meeting.In 88'
keeping with the Bicentennial I I
\ ] all the music will be
taken from various stages of .

1700's American to the history present from day. the 1 1, 10 BAG LB. CHARCOAL SUNDOWNER iI'

are Members as follows of :the Mrs.Glee Regis-Club .jf: BRIQUETTES B-B-Q GRILL j 7 1 rT7re :::::;:.

ter's class: Brad McRae, :::;o Heavy dit-cait aluminum.
Vonda 'Kay Ayers, Pam f. REG. 1.29 Cooking area 12"x17V.
Nettles Lori Flynn, Robin ;a,{: t Singl.vents top and .
Stern, Joe Prevail, Carmen :;''R; rf ,I bottom.Sid board shelf GAf '

Eaves McDuffie-Bobby Vincent Epps Thomas, Sadie, 35-20 fOR THE 'TRICk OR 6

Wescott Andrew, Levane Strickland Gay,, Donnie Vicky f (tLA 88 REG. 2688 PRINT HIM TOOTSIE is { '

Wilkerson. Mrs. Duncan's ::; \\' 32.88 ROIL IOOZ
; ::> ; REG.
Class: Lisa Hall, Eric Mc- .;...:: 99 73 c ,
Clenaghan, Mike LeMire, I''
Kenny Perry Jeff Powell l REG 99 c BRACH 7 02. ASSORTEDHACH .1. ., I"
Scott Fussnecker, Jim Rye, ;: ;:} 1.59' POPS REG 59 'C 111j
Kdly'Glem Michael Clark, --'"' 44
: RAINBOW 30 OZ. 50-QUART --_ '
Martin Johnny Sweat SOUR
Mara Darly. Tammy :::;; PLASTIC \ FOAM BAILS REG 49 8 OZ '
Richards, Barbara Aaron, 'III ; 2. '
Allan Mills, Blaine D Hall, TUMBLERS I 111\ leECHEST SYLVANIA i\ BRASH8 OZ. : 69 \1

Denise Griff Angelina
,REG. 79' Large enough "J i BUTTERSCOTCH DISKS> <9 2 ,
Jeffrey Johnson. Mrs. Thomp- ; for all thegoodies SS HASHCUBES '<.:"f; '. o.
klns: iTheresa Messer, I
MicttMli:! 'Crockett, Lee 2' 'j for .. ;.;;
Nugent Elaine'Howard, Bo ili1 I I ) beach. Durable or picme. REG. 3.59 PACKAGE OF 3 I I" MAKE SORE THE
FOR8'8 KIDS' r
j 1t YE
Wheeler i Pete Richardson ..... I II foam construction o. A SASENAIIpWEEN
Lesley Hodge, Gary Perry, .. GIVES", "" .lJ. I fREADr !
C f
Charlotte Coley,Billy Aaron, 12 99 MOD.U2JIPUISHI.fGHr
Curt Rapp, Serena Clark, tr' FLASHES S"'CUBES"" IYfjOY ,
UpE "Ah105VAtetl..
Thresa' and ... $% FLASHLIGHT C t
Kelly, 'Murphy Mary, ..."*..,'..s ...". Eckerd "
1 Batteries

our Mrs.Mrs teacher Benson Josephine of heads the week Benson the today.music is tj"' \ COVER GIRL 1I"'S.'I..l.2t LIMIT ONE 99C \' tw, .' ,: :g .... ,/,,":ssssssis.WITH! <.fi, w.2,
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dept..at Southside this year. HOE t'< > 'h< ':;(!il ::t" :::::;:: I
LIPSTICKS ',00,. "' m"
She in Jacksonville, .Ii'' SHINY "
grew up :::::: >&: % ::: ,
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< Fla. and is now living in Mel- .:::#:!:i: 2HP. Briggs Stratton motor.' rRiHRITIS m::
rose on 'a house that is 100 :t:::: SHOVEL MekestawnedgingapleuurenotANACIN ::::::;:

years. old.Before .. to.Bradford. A 100 et. 9 :ll....... a chore. 22" SELF PROPELLED 'm m;;.
coming 13 :::
County, Mrs. Benson taughtmano LIMITONE Ijj\jj OR RAKE I' i GASOLINE POWER LAWN MOWER iijj;:;:;
at Miami-Dade Junior fORMULA :::::::: LAWN {::::::::;
College.She also taught in the PA IN ::::'.::.' EDGER D.pmd.bl.35NP.angq.a :.;:,::;.:.;:
rtVokisla school ___ :::: LONG HANDLE HEAVY Stratton 4 cycle motor h.y :::;;
County system. :::;::: recoil rtr ::::
Hour Holler chain dl. :::::
i ..public ellrs. school system. for five ROLAIDS 1 150 MffltWIM 1'9 \\\t\ YOUR CHOICE 70 S S L from 'i '03" Controls on handle @11

She received her Bachelor LIMIT:
.L Music degree from Stetson Ry dry ANtACID TABLETS 1 r
''riverslty;Master of Music 8988111111111
'( 1\ Her husband Davis is choir- 28'8
t liaster and program: coordin- STAYHttfQTIPsTrO c 1 j i1i i1

*i hitch tor, at.In Faith Keystone-Melrose Presbyterian LIMIT ONE 9 3 :' REG. REG. .....3:.:

j nd also teaches private piano MINI-PADS ; 99.97 124.99
find organ lessons in the area. S 30 C1. !1i i:
Benson's hobbies are m
JMrs. ,'water sports, sew- :: De VITAMINS HEALTH AIDS ITS MOST MOWERS Rf 0. '.99 m
j j
tooklng, piano, and the re-
toration/tf her home. ONE 49C REELwiihRODCOMBINATION GRASS 11 t1
; 'Only two more weeks until ,. SWABS 88
he Southside Halloween Car- + con ON WHEATAVIMSProvidaa LJ: 7
val opens its doors. Don't GP t i maximum in nutrion' >::
irgettne big parade that willtticially }; ,i al fortification of daily, diet M. At? EASY TO OPERATE- :::::::::
start the festivities 150 CAPSULES. OoTD FILLED WITH LINE
1 1
'fckets for'the bicycle andloston "&iff'fr"f i w ] 11 j
rocker are now availIde MEN'S FLANNEL\ REG. ::::::;:: f;
i from any Southside "-
I )urth'or fifth grade student.: ASSORTED SHIRTS QUARTETS REG.' 488 6.99 ',m> >1"
Lets more news on the carniVal x :;::::
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In next weeks column. See ,. Reduces runny stuffy nose ;- r ::::::>:::::; I.
you then.,; : Y LONG SLEEVE Letuns inauing and relieves ..t.....; f:1;::::;
f' +; PILLOW IN cough. -::. {:; ;: (\
ASSORTED :: ::::;::
d f. Lunch Menu PLAIDS, ti ,24 CAPSULES MELNOR ::;::
** Oct.2731Monday'Spaghetti ; AlsoarlDCrxoas TACKLE BOX PULSATINGSPRINKLER 11m
: with meataice ,. AND IMAMS RIO. 4.4. ":".:y'J.
garden salad cheese .} n wr'wl PLANO 1 TRAY TACKLE BOX +:;:::}: t
Mpplesauce,, hot rolls, milk.JfTuesday ; TERPIN HYDRATE ...:..- ,IN FOUR COLORS TIP PROOF1CONSTRUCTION j@
: Sloppy, Jot on _' .
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with d-Methorphan ::::::
bun, potato chips, cabbage 344 FULL OR PART ::
+ *::;:
slaw, fruit cup, grapefruit :,;# 77 REG. 1 1t Quiets nervous cough tickle 1 1.39mmm Rte. CIRCLE LIP TO ::j:::
8 8
juice,'milk.Wedneadsy. I 3-.Yllee abe 3.2e 139 75 FT, ADJUST ;::.::;::;:
: Fried chicken
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thathed, .lr gravy. ':
potatoes chocolatepudding } TO :;:::;:
green Scans;
hot-roits, milk. L1TIONII LED m;
(l Thursday: Vegetable beefBoupcrackers h I -MOO
cheese sandwich WATCHES
,:yellow cake with.peach CALGON RIGHT ,
topping. milk. c ;U 11
t Friday: Beans and weiners w STAINLESS STEEL CASE i 'Z.
turnip. greens,, peaches BATH OILBEADS WITH LINK BAND ."'-1. I :
chocolate cake,. cornbread GUARDDEODORANT MODII imso AO' Film Prints Kodak-Film
milk.-) 'osaasa .. Gel on tiKtra *.I, of pntttt | Whw you pick i up your .1
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"I Strip mines in the UnitedSlates GUARD lUIMHSTtaP .. tees or black and % 1 pnnti Kodocoloi, buy two rollof black :
.. whit film d.'op.d'' or
unreclaimed and left .
.. nd whito himer the
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if the coal was dug cut, alto- Cy'' a 4 : -1 IARdMfRIWD TOO. AND EVFAYDAYBR011IB :
iktheramount, to an area :;. Oz .
larger. than the state of Rhode -
(....nd. National Geographic / 88' .. '. .PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.. :
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH October%3. 1975

I f Those Magnificent Redwood Trees' Da4I 3 JGJ0f-


By Terry Reedy byWilllamS.'

County ForesterThe HaasVeterall'8ervlce
trappers and fur
traders were the first people
besides the American Indiansto I would like to remind you of

visit the mountain countryof your rights to request corrections .
the Pacific Northwest of what you feel are
errors or injustices in your
Then came the mining military records.
booms, sending thousands of, I'f. 1r
11F people running to the Pacific '... An application DD Form
Coast is search of fabled, \ 149 Department of Defense
fortunes. In the early years of 1! Form, must be submitted to
this after the / the branch which the veteran'served
century, vast "linI'P.' '' '(
and this State Agencycan
timberlandS of the Northeast '( ,
I and Southern states had been .,1'111... furnish this Form for
stripped clean, logging interested veterans.

ffi I companies finally arrived in I ,, .,,:
r the Western states of 4 It was pointed out, that
tiR"+e +1 Washington, Oregon, Idaho l4 while some errors may seem

and the Rocky Mountain insignificant, correction of
I Region of Montana. THere the others could prove important

......- +.I loggers discovered that they resulting in eligibility for
had the most lush, dense I Veterans Administration and
forests they had ever known. other benefits. Generally, a

Logs In this stack would easily build a house or buy the Cadillac parked In front The logs are They also soon realized that veteran is expected to within file a
correction 3
hauled out of the woods on semi-trucks with Just one log per trailer. the extremely steep terrain request for

provided to be one of the Logging of Coastal Redwood's Is the biggest Industry In the northwest coastal region of be years waived, but this in the deadline interest may of

have greatest challenges had to loggers Northern California. The large log beside Verna, who is just 5> 1", Is about seven feet In 'justice.

EDITORIALLY SPEAKING 0,0 O This Is ever the land that overcome.my wife diameter The tree Is some of the virgin Redwood still being logged. ___I

and I traveled this summer;: The Veterans Administration
''our Slash Pines that are said is encouraging
Starting in Seattle we to be big at 20 inches in
eligible veterans to get
crossed the north end of
It Can Happen HereEven Washington State passing diameter. education programs com-
pleted before the cutoff date.
across the North Cascade However, mighty Redwoodsare
Range with its splendid green not known for their The following is l information
lakes and "mountains ofgreen" massive girth but rather for on financial help offered to
in the form of massiveDouglas that seemingly endless height. a encourage you to completeyour
observation of the Union. Ball remembers when there ;ia a{< aR educational '
nonchalant was Fir, WesternHemlock Standing in perpetual haze, program":
bubbling financial cauldron labelled New no federal rescue committee to salvage and Larch. Some of these trees stand well over J Veterans in need of finan-

York City may lead to enlightenmenthere failing businesses, but through years of these trees were three hundred three hundred feet tall. The t >V 1 cial aid to continue GI Bill
feet tall and ten feet in tallest of these giants has been r
at home.Proponents. effort all debts were paid. diameter measured : atg i :education are eligible for
containing enough by surveyors at w+l increased benefits under the
i', lumber in a single tree to build 367.8 ft from ground level to .4 Ji "
of federal aid to thenations Ball also recalls that bankruptcy of the an entire home. the tree top. That's taller than ,Veterans Administration'swork

largest city'may well be drink- Penn Central Railroad did not destroythe most buildings in the State of reminded study grant program,
On the Eastern slopes of the [VA veterans today.
,Florida! It is also the earth'stallest
ing witch' brew, before phrasing their nation's other railroads, that others Cascade Range we began to living thing! ;,.
predictions.'"If it happens to them, it learned a valuable lesson from the see the Ponderosa Pine with Administrator of Veterans
Affairs Richard L. Roudebush
will happen to us," they say. We shouldbe default. its thick red bark that Heading back throughOregon's noted that a December 3 law
in! the terms "If it resembles pieces of a jigsaw mountain country, rrt ,
thinking more (PL 93-508)) increased the
puzzle. They have an apvpearance ,, we took a long day hike rI
happens to them, it can happen to us. Allowing a municipality to become similar to that of the through the Three Sisters I f t amount veterans can earn in
bankrupt does not take much ingenuity,' Southern Pines as the needlesare Wilderness Area with its Ir fr the program maximum of

Overspending is the clue to the city'sproblems but in times like these foresight is a long and in clusters at the Lodgepole and Sugar Pine + $625 per semester for full time
4v students who to work
branch agree
stands that are home for Mule J.,
no household or business can necessity when calculating expendi- Deer and Rocky MountainElk. 250 hours for the agency.Veterans .

long survive when its anticipated expenditures tures, income and "possibly extravagant Traveling through the drier One of" the West's t +
outweigh its income. Yet and overzealous" contract negotiations, regions of Eastern famous dry lightning storms interested in

NYC opened its own Pandora's Box by BaD maintains.In Junipers Washington could, be clusters seen around of, occurred that day, causing a 1 apply"work to study"VA regional were urged offices to
( flurry of spotter planes to
giving in to unionization and welfare the cattle ranges at 3,000-4,000';; comb the in search of 1 MR which maintain their records.
demands, knowing, it could not meet the drawing up a plan for federal assistance feet in elevation wildfires. Fortunately, the l The County Service Office will

sjxpense. to NYC, bankers include stringent Reaching the Western storm passed with no help you with any problem you

criteria to guard against flagrant spend- Slopes of the Rocky Mountains problems. have on veterans affairs.

(We might reserve comment about ing of public money, including federal we ran into my favorite After traveling to the Any questions regarding the
''"which organization recently bailed the monitoring of how the money is to be pine, the Western White Pine. Columbia River past up snow above or any veteran matter,

;Sf'' *-city<<: out of its most,pressing eme gency.) spent. Although this is the prevailing Climbing Glacier into National the high Park countryof and, capped Mt Hood and throughthe contact your local County

atmosphere surrounding such grave- the Spanish Peaks Primature I Oregon apple orchards we Terry Reedy stands at the entrance to a giant hollow Cali- Veteran Service Office in the

*:{ V Free spending and corruption horror yard gifts, it seems particularly formidable Area, both in the Montana1 stopped at the BonneyvilleDam fornia Coastal Redwood. The hollowed out space In this tree courthousa.
here Florida., but Rockies had an' to watch the fall run of Is large enough to put a car in. Those tales of mountain men
$q Ties abound in. that the 'feds' might completely we opportunity Salmon made their
as they hiding Inside holfow tree from Indians could be more truth
to examine> then
\ gtarent figure show that,we are nat.,. control such a largeegpeagpolitan area. way through the manmadefish tips First-Class MailImprovement
? -.,Jttthe spirits in the wind of bond infla- "*.Si S$ r *.J ? -'. and jjmber Subalpine and White.Fir.Bark.These/5 Pine/ ladders on their-way to nctlr.n;+ ,', ')

Lion! not yet.' Acceptance of such 'freebies' implies trees growing at the tim- spawning grounds hundreds of .'
miles stream. A fish native
willingness.to ,be controlled, down to berline (elevation above up i ,
only to the North Pacific :
An exercise in ,caution is the only who may or'not be hired and fired.If which the weather is too Coastal Waters, the various t'! .., I Program HereThe
k 1 lesson learn from the NYC severe for trees to survive) born in ;, .
\ to story, often only 5 or 6 ft. tall i species of Salmon are I',.,
I 'without frantic expectations of its the Big Apple is granted its requestfor when are they are 100 years old fresh waters hundreds of
miles inland. They swim to the U.S. Postal Service
default. federal funding to help pull it out of The amazing thing is that
sea to spend their lives salt first-class mail service improvement

its self-made coffin, a precedent will be these trees can survive at all water, returning to the place program went

\ Municipalities can work out their own set. President Ford's reluctance to start with only a above few weeks freezing.of of their birth only once for the into effect at Starke Post

.difficulties by balancing their budgets, bailing out municipalities may be laudedin temperatures Swinging back west, we purpose of reproduction Office on October 11, Post-
refinancing debts and trying to live this instance as confirmation of indivi-- traveled down to California to followed by death. master T.C. Hazen, Jr. has

within their own means without federal dual rights and selfgovernment.If see the Coast Redwoods. Our The last big leg of our reported.

assistance. eight mile hike into the woods journey took us through the Under the program, first-
rewarded with a view of coastal
was region Washington
we wish to maintain any semblanceof house"towering class mail will receive service
trees "big as a into the Olympic National
Edward Ball, Alfred DuPont estate home rule, budgets must be carefully toward the sky., Park. This is the site of the 4r, that is equal to or better than

tycoon, recounted Depression stories watched here at home, before federal Some of those trees are 20 feet HOH Rain Forest which ,_ airmail1.

recently to the Florida Times- watchdogging becomes the rule. in diameter as compared to receives an enormous 140 The major, new service step
will extend to all first-class

.mail weighing 13, ounces or

I A Watchdog Is BornFlorida's County. AgintsNettbook. sy "In practical terms, what

Verna Reedy demonstrates the size of a giant Coastal Redwood this service improvementmeans
Bobby ,g. tree In Redwood National Park In northern California. Is that domestic first-
\ Some of the giant trees are 2,000 years old and grow up to .class postage now will purchase -
Comprehensive Planning level of government become? More than Taylor 367.8 feet tall tallest In the world. I the level of service that

Act is one of those beautiful pieces of likely, it will be empowered to watch -- -: [previously" only airmail could
Inches of precipitation annually hundreds of other products.The buy said Postmaster Hazen.
legislative theory guiding us directly over zoning, construction and ordinance -
Even though there are Calf should be increased nearly three times thatof forest industry is "
down the path toward stronger centralized formation of its members to ensure ques- weight "Under the new ,
Bradford County. This lush the heart of Nor
throughoutthe assuredly
tins and activity by Keeping and using
with its there no longer will be
government.In canpliance an
plan. river bottom straddles the
county on everything from production records of the thwest Washington's economy advantage
essence, the act requires that every azaleas to watermelons, I herd, by improving the breed chalky white HOH River as it today.It airmail for purchasing domestic
city and county in the state develop its City Zoning officer AI Crosby once want to discuss some cattle ing program and using better Olympus the glaciers of Mt. was truly a pleasure to delivery,postage he said.
to Ocean.
canmented that the NCFRPC would management practices that bulls, and by using growth see another portion of this
own comprehensive growth plan, based were emphasized at our implants or stimulants in We were fortunate enough to magnificent l land of ours. A
l\r\ i on present and future needs, by July 1, "lead us to the promised land recent Cow-Calf Clinic in feeder and stocker calves. Of see the mighty Roosevelt Elk land of majesty in the form of Priority mail (now starting

:r"," 1979. Once adopted, this plan will have Palatka.Dr. course, nutrition along with in their natural habitat there.In ,towering snow capped peaks at weight) in excess of 13
ounces which
.' the force of law. All we have been promised is that breeding are the real keys to the Olympic Pennisula of such as Mt Ranier; the deep includes air
\ another level of government is born to Robert Sand, one of our calf: weight increases In a Washington also saw one of blue waters of Crater Lake; parcel service airmail, and are international

''ft. Yet another level of government has watchdog our activities. state extension, said beef in his cattle'specialists talk herd the country's most active the sunsets coast; the over wildlife Oregon'srugged that unaffected by the improvement

{ j been born of this act. We now Calf quality or grade is forestry areas. As we traveled program and
y. planning that it is the "little things". and. observed such as the Bull
., between Economist that count. becoming more more down the winding highwayalong' Moose that sauntered continue their present form,
t have an intermediary county Milton Friedman admits Important especially when the shores of picturesque past our the postmaster said.
and state government, a regional level of that government has its role, "to providea Cattlemen should increase demand for) calves is low. Crescent Lake we 'camp; the furry badger as it

atthority that groups together countiesof stable legal and monetary framework, the number of calves born by Quality can be improved was what seemed like hun- poly burrowed marmot to safety preparing; the roly for | "Airmail stamps will be

\ like interests and needs to make sure enforce contracts and protect us from using the best reproduction' through breeding for a two- dreds of logging trucks another mountain top winter, sold for use on priority and
available. These way calf that can go to moving big logs on the first leg international airmail. They
don't each others' toes. coercion fellow citizens. techniques all added excitement and
they. step on by our. would include pregnancy testing slaughter as baby beef, or to of (their journey to you and I, endor to our trip thoughthe : I can also be used in various
Thus far, the regional level of government cows now to make sure the feed lot for finishing. the consumers, in the form of timbered lands of the combinations with other
fif rthe North Central Florida However, Friedman too fears the centralization they are settled, and to cull Uniformity of calves at lumber, plywood, paper andSOME Pacific Northwestern USA. stamps for' first-class mall"
Hegionalanning Council, has been of governments,'.noting that and sell open cows before feed weaning time is a very desirable he said.
gets snort In the winter. Cattlemen ,, management practice
helpful to the 11 counties it serves. The all planning can be voluntary, if we're should also replace today..Most of calves Stationery bearing airmail
NCFRPC has helped its members willing to turn our"lives over to them these cows with bred heifers if' prefer larger numbers of uniform -------+0 f'r.tt.J 7 !J IY. --------. indicia will be allowed to be .

i acquire federal financial assistance toI once the planning is complete.It he has the necessary feed and calves and will usually -.. mailed at the first-class rate,

carry out the planning act requirements. grazing during the winter pay a premium for this. Uniformity THOUGHTS Postmaster Hazen said.
I does" tt good to plan unless you are months. Another way to in- can be achieved OF LOCAL AA'S
crease calves bormis to increase through a shorter breeding
In fact Bradford County got in on the going to sticTt"'bNt, and true, all constructive bull power,or cut down and calving season. Telegraph Editors: come to us with an open mind.'

ground floor of such planning and now efforts requ q' planning. the number of cows per butt] Cattlemen need to maintain We believe that alcoholism There are no dues, no fees of M; Niigbborsdi2Rwwr

| has the major portion of its plan coin" ... d\Ik1&Jhe: .breeding season. ,an optimum nutrition level. '.is a disease that cannot be any kind for A.A.' member-
However, another level of centralized ,They need to feed as economically cured ONLY ARRESTED.We desire
pleted with the assistance of a research ship. Only a to stop
One remark by Dr. Sand possible,but at a level
as believe that the alcoholic .
;, team from the University of Florida. government is frightening, not becauseits should stick with the cattle- that will maintain production.One can arrest the disease and drinking.We

t i past performance has been detrimental man. He said that all other key to this is to balance keep it arrested as long as he are not an organization
However; .once the plan takes the but because its future role may be management practices were herd numbers with the feedsupply. does not touch alcohol. i In the conventional sense of T"
;! form of law, what then will the regional stifling. no good if you did not get the There should be defin- That Is why we band together the word. We are not allied
calf: on the ground.Getting the ,ite feeding and grazing program Through group therapy, with any particular faith, sect,
Ii' calf: here Is the main purpose ,, for weaned calves to we know that each of us has or denomination, nor 'I'It Lof the brood.cow.and bull. assure continued growth of the same general problem as oppose anyone. We simply s
t V" BRADFORD calves.: our fellow alcoholic and that wish to be helpful to those who'' e
/Oc Dr. Sand stressed the point Since calves born is one of are afflicted. _
0 ,none of us is alone any more.
that we should be increasing ,the most Important practices, We discuss and share our' Our whole problem boils
: I ,. iiJiligr; Pf1 the number our ranches.of calves Cattlemen weanedon cattlemen should also get ,common problems and striveto down to the fact that to us, one I
and herd
should maintain an adequate heifer replace. undergo a personality drink is too many, and a
and feed meets into production as soon change.We call on any source barrel is not enough. We are
ins, forage program for !as possible. This, of course, that offers help, and many of not prohibitionists and haveno
f l BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER also the cow maintain and calf. He should can only be successful most us do not hesitate to call on a quarrel with alcohol exceptas
Publ her. an adequate of the other practices are -
herd health power greater than ourselves.A.A. it affects us.
Published each Thursday and entered a*second Class Mater at the Post Offic at Starke. Fla. under Act would include sanitation program that being followed.The .Is a worldwide fellow- A.A. in Bradford can
vac- cattlemen didn't need to County
of March 3. 1879. ship of approximately 725,000
cination,de-worming and be reached the classified
con- be told the last thing Dr. Sand
Subscription rate in trade anon *Speryearr$350sixmonih! *. trol of external parasites and mentioned when he said "keep alcoholics who have found a section of the Bradford' altiag.. It .p and
Outside trade : f 7 : MOO six months. new way of life. To us,our way .
area" per year early' detection and treatment your Investment costs to a works. To those who are Interested County Telegraph
Phong 964-6306: StafVe of disease. "
Ra.t Inb num..
we ask only that they TheBradford Group
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October 23. 1975 TKI.EGKAPII 1'nwll:

Household ,


Hotline by Becky Giebcig;... r &MMI( _((_(" KEY-_- eurJ' l Mllltlt( ((.l. < l. l i ,", &llll\tllrlE(,
COUPON OOOD OCT. 2:1: T"au 2. J COUPON 0000 OCT. 2:1: THRU 2. :- ''
Your Extension Home .:::: :9 VENT VU 1 I' ":.

'EconomistQUESTION r1 ASTOR 79 : J REGULAR 10 59 '' : ( I i lt:

i .
: I noticed many COFFEE IB.
bent and dented cans of food CAN J POTATOES BAG \
on the shelves in the super J .
dents markets.and. I sometimes don't mind these the WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 40C WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50'

can are sold for a very low Iff J,. *f AODRItill WITH THI PUIICHAII II10W 0 A OF TOTAL LIB.PUKCMAtl CAN AITO COMII r.;;-. J::J: WITH THI PUHCHAfl OP I0-l$. VINT VU POTATOIf ._
price.buying Is them there? (any Mrs.danger F.C.) in 93t ._)MORE)IRCLUTINO_C/OS.-;p.lpi); );fV)))))) )')) + \ Y MOM IXCIUOINO ClOAHITril. IIMIT 1 PIN CU1TOM I Y o\ i r

Canned ANSWEIt foods:, you When should buying exa- ) ) ) 'VJ) I 1)1111 ) lll) ))111111)111) )) ;)111111 { N a.

mine all cans and avoid those '....

swelling that show at signs the ends of bulging or of leak-or PRICES GOOD OCT. 23 THRU OCT. 29 }tlkllll( <<( c( KE yJ J!.'l'ltl.! M' ,,

age, Small dents in a can will BEEF PEOP\'t.
not harm the contents unless COUPON 0000 OCT. THNU ,

metal the dents or loosened have pierced the can the KEY BUY S- 5O OFF .JZ OPEN.)SfJNDAY Quantity Right I
seam. (Foods sold in glass jars .8 Reserved.,
withtwistoff lids are tightly .3 ON PURCHASE OF ANY :=:: 10am 6pm WINN.DIXIE! STORES INC. {l
sealed to preserve the con 3, TWO OR MORE.-: COPYRIGHT-1975
tents. If you find any indica- R -=-=: WHOLE OR CUTUP : "
tion that the lid has been tam- J USDUOVUHMIN"NI ICTlD i
pered with, return the jar to ;| CLIP THESE COUPONS
the store and report it to the JUMBO BOUNTY PAPERTOWELS -:::: FRYERS : :

store manager. f-\:\ SAVE -f":J:;; HOW o"nOOODATADDUIIIILlIUD.-WITH 07.S0 O* M0l PUCHASIixeiyoiNOeio 1
f f AND SAVE $1.40) .
machine noticed the lint needle's collecting eye.Is on it due my v 15 ))1))1))1)))) ) ) ) )))))1)1)) ) }))Y} })))1'))')) )):))))1'))'))' ))V} J c
to new polyester core
threads I've been using? ....
have been concerned with the e \
lint collecting at the needle's s
eye' but it comes from the i TEABAGS 24-CT. 88c '
synthetic material not the
'thread. When sewing on syn- ,Ir.e V EKt
'thctic' fabric frequently use
'lint brush to clean needle's GREEN GIANT (FRENCH, KITCHEN, or CUT )
, .
and machine When JUMBO
eye lint is not removed you may i 16-ci. $ !

;.I.ages\notice of to thread skipped your "and machine.stitches even knotting dam- ROLL GREEN BEANS 4 CANS ))00 ;

( or more purchase excl. cigs.) i
n.: QUESTION: : How can I limit 3 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigi. +"
.r emove ink stains from a vinyl ---------------------
Far seat? (Mrs. A.K.) 10- $ QQ 0maitos
household cleaning detergentor .
ammonia does not remove
,the ink fingernail
emover. Test hidden portion
(xrf the vinyl,first for colorfast- ') V ''t
,ness. MEDIUM EGGS DOZ. 53.
JJ, Perhaps' you questions SAVE J
some.of these same
or' have other questions :
,related to home economics. If !
so please contact Mrs. Becky 17
Giebeig.. County Extension W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS -
Home Economics!\ Agent P.O. Ii29oz.
Box 1028 Agriculture Building
(at the Fair Grounds),Starke BOTTOM ROUNDROAST
Florida 321J Jt. or call me on :I
.\'ieckdays.fro 8 a.m. .to 5 ''I"
'9 }..J.IIti; lft\V..j(oJ'a ':A. CAN -.. .., ,t or .STEAKLimit'3 ''f :r' :

h.r:1''', ; TT T,
W/J7.30 or more purchase ncl. clgi. ,I

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1OC SALE a '
;...Final arrangements' have f0dshe $ _
been made for Pot Luck \
our '
Luncheon/ at the Pratt Street WISTlRN" ;t
Kecreation Center. We will GOLDEN OR RED DELICIOUS \ 15 u."s. cH icE "9
assemble at 11:30: a.m. Grace ,IM
wjll be offered by Lewis W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS
Smith., APPLES
birthday i t This meeting party may for also Jessie be a .' Cubed Steaks ,BX198

Bowden who will I be 91 on Oct. LB. .
2fl.> Her daughter and son-in- tl"'i "' -------------

law.Ritchie!Mr.from and New!Mrs. Jersey Harry,. ; 'i: I !V, USDA LAMB I
will be visiting Jessie at that 1 ':
JiOther. birthdays and wed- \ : i
ding anniversaries will be EACH i! 'USDA WHOLI
observed especially that of Chuck Roast 98'
Mrs.Macclenny Elinor who Thurslon.donated from a LB. LEG 0' LAMB I I

small sum to celebrate the NEW CROP FLORIDA I SAVE

50th her and wedding her anniversary late husband of Yellow Corn EAR10c' W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS FULL CUT I 30c $159' i

Ferly.-Mrs. Betty. Watkins, who HARVEST FRESH . Round Steak. LB. $1 78 LB.

was hospitalized recently, was I
flown to Carson. Calif to live Cucumbers |SAVE lOc USDa LAMS
with her cousin Mrs. Polacek ;. . EACH 1 OC' CHOICE E-Z CARVE | Loin CHOPS IB $24' I
who will nurse her through her ;

serious Our knitting illness. class is well SUNNY DEUTECitrus Rib .Roast La, $188 fcxsssp.i i
attended and has developed Punch 10 . ".
great enthusiasm. It meets B' i' ;

every until noon.Tuesday from.) a.m. ----------------------- FRESH PORK (3LBS. AND DOWN) JSll'rder Cops LI. s 491
The Armchair Travel classis ASTORORANGE
very interesting. Meetingsare $169 ISAVE3til'SDALAMI I I
held every Thursday at JUICE Spareribs LB. Sh' aer Roasl. j''
the School Board offices. 582 LI. $11'I
N. Temple Ave.,, from )::30 pI----------
p.m. :
'The CUBS Economic
Oct.'2t at 7:30:
'Agency meets
in the Civil Defense
p.m. 6.

This Building is a very Farmers important Market.meet- 99i : SAVE ot t t20e
'public the ing.Our Board is club invited.of is Directors.represented The on 31.0 CAN:. I SALAD DRESSING,:JAR n..99

This reporter will attend a 3- .
day conference on aging in St. Lla.
.Petersburg report will Oct.be given 24-26.at A full our sv-: ;77c-;;:::=w-w----------------:: HICKORY' SWEET "' "

next Ptatt,at' meeting.Street 11:30: ( a.m.p.Recreation Oct.-.28. at Center the Topping. . 3 cups 9. .. $1 SLICED BACON -PKG.'1.1B. $159

----- $ "
West Cowboys liked their in the coffee American black.: ,Mexican Dinner. 2 Ip >: 1 THRIFTY MAID '

strong grounds and eggs hot.and and water the GREEN GIANT 16-oz .,;
often simmered for days over APPLE SAUCE 4 n]
the campfire, with new White Corn . :KO 59C .CANS. .
grounds dumped over the old. ...,
To preserve the accumulated GREEN OIANT _j .... >
aromaLthif; rge coffee pots MRS. SMITH'S FROZEN DUTCH ,APPLE OR .
never "lgrare. 'washed the Sueur Peas' 59C : ,
Le 0. .
National-, Geographic Society .. ; ; ""!? :
say, >.rr' V. I :. e1 26-oz. '.
? ;
: "
The, Inca empire in South .. piE
toT. '
America spanned 2.500 miles- Broccoli :. 59C '
similar to the extent of the PlG. ': :. :
Roman Empire that sprawledfrom "
present-day Great Bri- I. .
''talnito National' Iran points "out the .,. -- .. .' .. ,
Geographic Society

.Jnas new "book.,and. "The t eir. Incredible Timeless : (!JEbIDIl'I( : (EID: .filJ(!, JWI5-....T.- .. oi'. '. ..._.:. ;I...Iw...".;,'., .,... :.'" v-..,._. lww? ,. "

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I ,- Community News ELIZKhlrrs .ABETH GIVENS WALKER

I" Choir No. 1 rehearsal. services meeting and began class with meeting prayer
night the Ladles
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. the Community Choir' are at 10 a.m. All members are 6:30:: > p.m. Circle will meet. Friday night Tuesday night. Sunday ser-
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will 1 asked to meet with Mrs. asked to attend the FellowshipHour Ebeneezer Prayer Band meeting. Sunday vices will begin with Church
hold its regular meeting: Jessie Berry Saturday in call at New Bethel at 3 p.m. Services will Baptist be held Church. will terminate Annual Men's School at 10 a.m. Morning
tonight (Thursday, Oct. 23)) at meeting 6:30: at Antioch Pleasant Grove Weekly as Day beginning with Church service at 11 a.m. with the
8 p.m. All members are askedto Baptish Church. All membersare services will begin with follows: Weekly services will School at 9:30: a.m. Morning Youth in charge. Ala p.m. all
be present. Businessof asked to please be begin Thursday with Prayer 11 with a members are asked to attend
please Junior Choir rehearsal each Worship at a.m.
vital importance.Scout present. Sunday services will first and second Monday Meeting and Bible Class at guest speaker. Dinner will be Fellowship Hour which
begin with Church School at 10 night. Tiny Tots rehearsal 7:30: combined. Sunday ser served at 12:30.: At 3 pm.Rev. concludes services for the
vices will
News a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Tuesday night 6 p.m. Prayer begin with Church G.G. McAuthor and day.
h k Brownie Troop 352 will meet a.m. Afternoon service at 7 Meeting Wednesday night. School at 9:30: a.m. B.T.U. at congregation from High First Born Church of the
each Monday at 4 p.m. at old Bible Study at 8 p.m. Thursday 5:30: p.m. All members are Springs will have charge of Living God Elder S.V. Cohens,
"mil R.J.E. Second and third grade p.m.The Choir Union will be held night. Sunday services asked to attend. Fellowship services which will terminate pastor. Regular pastor day
girls are invited to register. Sunday at Putnam Hall at 3 will conclude with Church Hour at 3 p.m. services for the day. will be Sunday. Church School
Cooperation is needed from p.m. Everyone is invited to School at 10 a.m. ML Zion A.M.E. Church. Greater Allen Chapel at 10 a.m. Morning service at
the parents for success. The attend. New Bethel' liaptist Church Rev. Richard Bethel Pastor. A.M.E. Church, Rev. R.G. 11 a.m. Visitors are always
leaders are Mrs. B.J. Lennon, Church of God In Christ, and Ebeneezer' Baptist Youth Day will be observed Heastie, pastor. Weekly welcome.
Mrs. S.J. Morris. Committee Elder D.R. Williams, pastor (Church Rev. Leroy Davis Sunday beginning with
chairman is Mrs. Theresa Service schedule as follows: pastor. Weekly! service at Church School at 10 a.m.
Holiday. For information Church School at 10 a.m. Bethel will begin with Prayer Morning service at 11 a.m.
contact any of these persons. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Meeting and Bible Class with the Youth in charge. (oaaQaa9LB1C1 ($ :?
YP.W.W. at 6:30.: Evening combined Wednesday night. will be heldat
Church News Worship at 7 p.m. Saturday at 6:30: Junior Choir 4 p.m. One of the Mr.

Rev.Antioch D. Strong Baptist, pastor.Church Ser- Grove ML Moi-iah United and Methodist Pleasant rehearsal.begin with Sunday Church serviceswill Schoolat Austin.Greater (Bethlehem ( f] ? Ilf]($($ ($

vices as follows: Members of Church Parish, Rev. Willie 10 a.m. Morning service at Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
: Kim lluiiNen un 80 No. 1 Anniversary will be held Service schedule as follows: Tastee Freeze
YoungstersGo (Formerly )
2 Mormon Missionaries WorkingIn Friday night October 24, at 8 New Bethel Baptist (Church Monday night Tiny Tots and
Ushers Board No. 3 met.
For Hay ride p.m. Sunday services will Hev. Robert Austin Jr. will be Tuesday night Prayer U. S. 301 N,
conclude with Church School the Sunday night at
speaker OPEN 964-6567
Starke Area On Assignment Meeting Wednesday night

At Pine LevelLast 11 am 10 pm For Take Out

1\\0 young men have minister Jesse Branson, "pre-
recently moved to the Starke senting our belief of the Thursday evening 80,
area to perform two years gospel' to the Starke com- second through fifth gradersof t .2): -/9erntni 1 SEA-BOY SandwichShrimp
voluntary missionary work munity. the Pine Level Baptist r
for the Mormon faith. Hansen is taking a two-year Church took a scarey Hay BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Wider Kim liansen, 20, and break from pre-law studies at Ride down the back roads of & Fish

KWer! Angus Crane, 19. are Ricks College in Kexburg. Bradford County. Sial. C..llfi..J with Golden Cheese in Center
vxrking with the local Mor- Idaho to perform the missionary The departmental leader, CUSTOM
mat congregation the Churchof work. He is from Mrs. Marie Thornton and her 496-2185- 1 Served On A Bun With Creamy
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Salinas. California. teachers, Mrs. Lucile Johns, BUILT
Saints on Ucssent Hoad and its O'ane was studying pre- Mrs. Lucille Ricks, Mrs. COMMERCIAL Tarter Sauce & Crispy Lettuce
med at Snow College in Leoma Whitehead, Mrs. Mary HOMES CONSTRUCTION
Ephram. Utah before enter- Fals, Mrs. Martha Myrick and
St. Mark'sChurch ing the ministry. His home secretary Mrs. Linda Smith COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER.
town is Rupert, Idaho. aU had a part in the hay ONLY 80
Both young men were in throwing and rough riding. <= plus tax
their first year of studies and Hot dogs and the trimmings
will return to school when awaited their return to the

Chunh and Beat Jackson StreotoTUB their two-year obligation is church Devotions followed, legumes
HBVtJOHN"' M. PLoY"". completed. with 2 young people inviting --1:1: U turns back "onTirfl
"There is no paid ministry Christ in their heart as their :
in the Mormon church. Volun- Saviour.
Thursday October 23: 7:30: tary work to extend the gospelis FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES
p.m.. Senior Choir Practice. w we the calendar to the
Sunday. October 26: 8:30: loosen.necessary explainsH Gospel Sing Set {

a.m.a.m... Church Holy Eucharist School; 11; a.m.9:45: The pair consider their work At Pine Grove

p.m.Junior Morning. Senior E.Y.C.Prayer E.Meeting Y.C.; Meeting.5 :p.m.6:45: efforts Mormon interested mostly<< door-to-door but faith in encourage to learning call proselyte those their the Methodist Church tE eS PRICES OF' THE 60'I Ie $

home ((964-8320)) or come by gospel sing # IA r6 e
their home at 326 W. Call slated Saturday, Oct. 25, at
7:30: p.m. at Pine Grove
Street before 9:30: a.m. or
after 9:30: p.m. Congregational Methodist .A 3 BIG DAYS THURS. FRI. 8c SAT.

Church.Featured singers are the c i -

ObituariesMrs. Singing Flowers Family, Tim
and Jerry (The Blue Grass 0
I-; Prophets), Barbara Croft and t
lla Lee Ellis Sisters. .a 11 ES a {
Refreshments will be 0 .r

; :: Mrs. lla Lee Ellis, 68. of served.
V L.i{ e.r{ Starke, died at her residence Everyone is welcome. '
outside Starke last Monday PREMIUM

I ,/1.1 CQ".cQ afternoon, Oct. 13. Wild Man JourneySet MOTOR OIL V'g
Born in Eden, Texas on
August 6, 1907, Mrs. Ellis had Sat. Night 0 Oft AMSAVE OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER'!
lived in Starke for over 20
Sunday Sunday School years. She was a member of MEN'S DRESS SLACKS, p ao

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship the First Baptist Church. ThisSaturdar.Evening, Oct. 0 BU80UM cjt S e NATION'S #1 MAKER! $Fo
25, the most grisly
I 11:00: a.m.; Church Training Mrs. Ellis the wife of journey .
was _
into the unknown' I I Illl T* V .
0:15: p.m.; Evening Worship your
the late A.C. Ellis.
t 7:30: p.m.Monday. Survivors include two mortal being will be able to SAVE 27% 22% j:: : \ I
J Girls Ensemble. brothers: Archie Lee of Ft. with stand Begins at 7 p.m. OT. EAGLE PREMIUM SOW OR 40W BIG 2-LB, SIZE! 300
11:01): p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00: Stockton, Texas and James A. The funeral procession will be 110N-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL PURE CRAPE JELLY
formed beginning at 6:30
t Lee of Rochelle Texas two
p.m.Tuesday Junior Choir, 3:30: sisters: Mrs. Unav Crawford; at the Stare Wiggly parking ouR ou* Nil q Jrir-Sv is tt Il% Great selection of wanted styles, afar NII
lot in and later proceedto :sill PRICI neat fabrics, fashion 1
43C WAIJW 8" slip joint plier colors! This brand IRON
p.m.Wednesday Family Night5tpper and Mrs. Verelda Myers, both the burial plot, where the Ntr a 9" aluminum torpedo level you know for quality comfort, fill! Six r.rn/
6:15: p.m.; Sunday of Rochelle, Texas. dead have been known to 8" adjustable| angle wrench 29 40. Spectacular low pricel .
School Workers Services were held Friday come alive. Saleetad! .., 10" vise grip wrench V
Mtgs, R.A.'s pura virgin cruda Is h. Delicious, frash.frmt flavor at Eoglo's 0
Oct. 17 at Mt. Zion adjustable hacksaw, 10" blade
afternoon ,
G.A.'s. Acteens WorldFriends ,....atonl, non-corrosivt, non detergent super-economy, pricel Full 37 01. ((2
( Mission Friends, 6:45: Cemetery near Dade City with DO NOT COME IF: and guaranteed, by Eagle1' Ibs, ). Limit, 1 -No rain checks. 13 15 pc.ox. claw twist hammerIAVI drill set a1 0 "
Rev. Afraid of the dark.
Ben Bryant officiating.
p.m.; Hour of Power 7:30: 1S
Church DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Heart condition. Clt
p.m.: Choir 8:15:
p.m. Home was in charge of Background of Hysteria.
Thursday Adult Ladies 0 FRUIT OF THE LOOM
Handbells. 12:00: a.m. ; arrangements. t FOB MEN
Vfcitation, 7:00: p.m. Admission is $1. This unforgettable S p \ ; MEN'S NYLON 8Qani( .
Saturday Bus Ministry -- -- Halloween Ex- ORE JACKET -
Venation 8:30: a.m. Government agriculture perience is sponsored by the w. WITH POCKETS +
experts say that if gasoline teens of Pine Level Baptist t r'i. e IAVI 1.09 1 Patterns with o
Church and area churches. t e. w w\ a top !fashion look
upo ti
::::' ;::::X::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: .. shortages kept America'sfarm fF a c ) l y
tractors in the barn, it Nrw roan MEN'SLUTHEIIIIII

Cud Of Thinks would take 61 million horses to i w.IA,N 41V VINYL BELTS
do the the National a \'
.... .. / Battle locket styling. .
'- rr n<<<... Geographic Society says. Water rapedent. -* }
I ----- !!WfI!! .Unlined. Sizes i'
CARD OF THANKSOur The first recorded bank 21% CLAY FLOWER POTS S, M, L, %L.
heartfelt thanks to our robbery in the United States IN 4 HANDY SIZES .ASJM
friends and for 12" UHOSENE LAHTHK OUTIOARD OIL l-l-l UQuiO FERTILIZEREagle's t r'1 Wide and
neighbors the occurred in 1798 when the MOS TSO r,1 regular
food flowers and the Sn.slym.rol, construction, 1 quart '. Duplex balanced plant 1" HIGH 28 I" HIGH t 98 widths 30-44
other acts of sympathy in many our Philadelphia Bank of Pennsylvania was held up for in with glass chimney.I HD Oil with odditi, v... food, 1 ollasize. I" HIGH 68 1" HIGH f.88 rJr- ltilis.

recent sorrow. May God bless $116,000, National Geographicsays. 1 Unglazed body allows soil to"breathe", o
you all. ( / absorbs excess moisture. Gland rim c
-The Family of lie Lee Ellis ----- oI V'atolCIL&{l1{ odds a dressy accent.

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Set your clock back one Y'o"

hour Saturday night and Mai
I SERVICE attend Sunday School at
':45 Sunday morning at the) -
First Baptist Church of . ,'. r.e
Starlce.Sunday's. / 1 wAS A : .- v1 wAl" !Ar! ,:

r Heating Air Conditioningand Schedule GALLON. BMIME CM DAIVENAYSEALEA EAGLE DOG FOOD WAS fvim Selection of prints and faEasy: Wall!* Icmt" cotton. Doubly
: Heavy. duty plastic.. Lock Eagl. or JetcDte. 4 Gal. Good for cats tool Whole- J.4 solids. Sizes 8-16. cXL insulated, SM.L.XL
en (lid.i No seams. to leak.. concentrate makes 5 gals. tome, nutritious. 15 01.
Bible Study for all ages 1/" SQUARE PARSONS TABLES INMSSES'

RefrigerationCommercial ':45a.m. Sturdy, easy stacking it's the table s AND
of the 70'si Wine or yellow wipecleanplastic. QUEEN
Morning Worship I/ .. Buy a pair at this super pricel r k SIZES
& Residential ; I
Christian Training ROOMY VINYL I
ill iS p.m. e
.. 7 1 IAVI IN Q
Call For Free Estimate t
Evening Praise _
-.. 7:30p.m. j, ,'
Small Overhead Service \ !:i l t:

"GREAT DAY" in all Florida WAs SAYS WAS .. ._ .AVIm "A' 2.96 ..". AlllrtTOkiesuiter .AI lAV1 ail
l Installation Baptist Churches is .JdI' m.Mt | .JM" 1N p has three model Idf AT i.11 >!f 1.11
big out
Right Price Sunday, November 2. You UWMFMWJOr.QT.Try ELECTMC COM POPPED Gil ALARM CLOCK ud.poc4n.Rmh IOVS1 NUMERAL TSHIRTS.Soft
t are Invited to be one of over Joy for dishes. hand Sleek.., .modern design "by Easy-ro-reod dial. OnyearCEwarranty. ... p black leamer-look no-Iran bland. Short FAMOUS DENMJCAM MSSES'COLLAAEDTOR
100cotton denim Is Son.foriud. In FalL
t t } Be Prepared For 400 First people Baptist.in Sunday Schoolat wa.hablaenddamnp.. Helton. Cord included. .y'. vlnyl.Ll wwaght. sleeves.Si MS S, M, L e- i and 38-44. fashion 100polyester colorl. SML. J

COOL WEATHER November f Is the' irh.
annual Homecoming at < .
I '
: Have Your Furnace Checked First Baptist You art n7aj '
invited to attend. fjNtN' .V .'_

NOW "The Church with a Heart, w J
rM All }
In the Heart of Starke"

I 24 Hour Service Carne ay I l CAT) tempt I Ben P. Bryant WAS 'A"I .AI lAYg Mr.In All. WAS A .A"I WAS L.M.T.1 lAVt WA! IAVe
... 111 i
bK / /
On Heating and Ar trews Pastor yfM m\ Jolt'lEa.. 21"% I. JM-t1f; ism ]Al IfiX

couw= ....-ua SNN CRIAM-ll OZ. pry Stylos oolor*. Scuff-and-staln nslsranlumr. .Non-flip.. soles, for eofetyl Gush. Cishionad In foam, with .
-wm.r..we 0 !':! William George toy new looking I........ Color choc. 712. i...... _.. ..Same..,....7.12 rasislant repast sol*.S to' XL slip*
State Ucenaed Min.of Music

Keystone Heights. Fla. 473-3355 Travis Klmbrll FAMILY EAC.IE DISCOUNT THE CONVENIENT STORES .'I. Kings 100T
312W.M.dllonSt.814.1113 CIGARETTES
Min.of Education '
M 4 Opo" doily 9 'til 9 Sundiiv til, H 4" 4"

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1 New Prison Building: Program: Designed To Change Attitudes -7t,, -'

'- '-
"Give inmates the proper The complex is financed "This year's budget alloted them to good behavior,"
facilities and you will have the through three separate ap funds for a kitchen and dining Grosse predicts.
chance "to change their at- propriations. $2'/ii million was room and it is under con- Williams tells of a similar
titudes, is the modern
provided in 1971 and an ad- sideration for constructionnow nicehousingasmotivation
concept In Florida "
ditional appropriation of $2'/a' Grosse says. situation in the Belle Glade
exemplified by the 'building
program at Union Correc- million was granted at institution. According to
tional Institute. Grosse's request in 1972. Williams, the women wanted
"Prison officials will be ableto into the
Superintendent pleasant housing so
RaymondD. The- total $5 million
use this control bad, "they'd kill to into ,
Massey will have an op- ment required that con- as a factor get j
portunity to test this theory in struction be done by "forced over inmates, motivating it. 4
January as a $6 million living as f S i'y count," or inmate labor. +
quarters complex opens. The However, Grosse says, this '
new structures consist of 600 was not feasible. Most of OSHA Check
one-man cells, but due to today's inmates are too youngto _
overcrowding may hold up to have mastered the '
1,200 inmates. and other
masonry, plumbing
Each of the 13 buildings now trades necessary to constructthe In 76 1 NJ :,
being constructed contains 24 buildings.An Expected tl w
cells with remote control lock additional $1.2 millionwas

mechanisms central heat and recently granted in orderto STARKE By January the message on a phone answering -
air conditioning and private have the construction federal government will have i service.
commode and lavatory 9x professionally done by Perry close to 290 inspectors in Flo- Kike has already inspectedsome
facilities. hrfivtl t'I Construction Co. of rida bent on enforcing the 1971 local businesses. .
"It's necessary to provide c Gainesville.Beds U.S. Occupational Safety and Fike was critical of the fed
the proper climate. No in- for the facilities are Health Act, the StarkeBradford eral inspectors, saying they
stitution should be lavish, but being made by the metal Chamber of Commerce can bo expected to take a [Ii
we should make them (In- products factory within the board of governors and visi- callous attitude in enforcing
mates) more comfortablethan institution, Massey says. tors were told Oct. 2. the law. Fike Is a former fed
in the past," Massey The correctional system hasa Ed Kike, safety inspectorfor eral Inspector,he said but left take Butler Beach Boys Mitch Head and. flint Wilson
explains. net gain of 94 inmates per the State of Florida's logo with the state. croon a tune to their choice for homecoming queen. Kngliiih:
The past Massey refers to is week, according to UCI administratlve -. Department of Revenue, told He urged the chamber to teacher Wendy Benson in'a Tiger Growl grin-winning perfor 11
the year 1928, when the famed assistant the Chamber that penaltiescan push for a state safety and mance.
"Rock" of UCI was built. This Douglas Romine. Paroles are be very severe if health or health law. The federal
two-story dormitory, the main down by 33 per cent this year safety hazards are found. Any Department of Labor hits not
housing unit on. the com- and UCI has a recitivism business employing one or enforced the OSHA law in Local Farms Yield
pound, now holds more than <( 1,200 men, up to eight per cell. Romine reveals. OSHA regulations and can be federal government was waiting -
Large fans are required year tfi 13 13New "We also discussed inspected without warning by i for the state to pass an $25,522,000
,round to provide proper I renovation of The Rock when the federal inspectors, Fike occupational law. The state
ventilation in the building, the appropriations committee has not acted.
Massey says. visited three weeks ago. It was said.Businesses not in compliance Mac Baldwin, owner of of ,Agriculture,
living quarters under construction at iuUonal ._ Compared with farmers and Department
The project will have designed as a sleeping area Baldwin Chevrolel-Oldsmo-)
new no the federal
Institute feature single-man cells,remote control locks safety ranchers in many of the approximately 8 per cent of
than 48 Inmated only, with no provision for bile. Kike's servicesas
standards will
more per and health be praised
and central heat and air conditioning. country, the Bradford County the cash proceeds from )luriii
building, or, 148 'per three- recreation rooms, Massey' fined according to how bad the the "biggest asset I've ever farm community made out marketings locally ,is from .
building section. Cells are reports.Mistakes. federal inspectors decides the had" in complying with the ''J t
well in the and \92 cent from the
relatively past crops per
although the central air facilities Grosse riddle the new '
correctional says. lederal
arranged so infraction is, Fike said. safety program. sale of livestock:poultry mid
officers on duty may view conditioning facilities are 'These are extremely nice complex as well, according to Several other local businessmen year.
each cell from a central there, we won't have the funds buildings and I was pleased Grosse, a member ,of the Fike offered to do compli- echoed Baldwin's senti- Total receipts in Bradford dairy goods.
control room. to use it." Grosse says. with the quality of the work appropriations committee.' mentary inspections of local ment. County from farm operationsin Although gross income wiis ,I
""These will be easy units to The cost factor per bed, if being done," Grosse says, Funding was not alloted for a businesses and tell them what In other action at the Chamber the past year are listed at up for most of the nation'sfarmers .
their realized
control,", says state the project houses 1,200 in- adding that this is one of the kitchen and dining room in the they need to do to comply with board meeting.. Executive $25,522,000.That ; .wtInl'Ome
Representative George R. mates, will be around $5,000. best buys the Department of complex and the main com- the federal law. lie can be Vice-President John Myers was not. Increased
Grosse-R-Dist.' 15, who was The only cheaper way to house Rehabilitative Services has pound dining room cannot reached by phoning 372-4550, explained that often the was the gross return, production expenses. ospt'iA J
instrumental in procuring inmates is.to build dormitory made., serve 1,200 additional meals.' Gainesville, and leaving a Chamber office has to take before any allowances for tally in the form for aced of shal'ph'higher f-d.
taxes,labor costs, fuel, prices
equipment -
funds for the project, ac- action on legislation pendingat and fud and fertilizer, and u cut
cording to Massey. state and federal levels and supplies back in
Most of UCI's 2.102-man UC Board Won't Pay For Cason LawyerIn there is not time to poll the It represents the overall them government with a net income paymentslell of
Inmate population is classified board members.The receipts from the sale of farm $27.2 billion which was about
"close custody", requiringclose Chamber office wrote products, together with $5 billion less than in 1973.:
supervision at all times, Sen. Lawton Chiles and Sen. government payments and the
Massey says."Every Richard Stone recently in value of home-grown foods FOR SALE: Lettering Guides ,'1
time such an inmate It's Suit Against, Superintendent opposition to two bills pending consumed on the farm. Stickers stencils and templates. I
steps through the perimeter of before the U.S. Congress.The According to the most At The Office Shop.REGISTERED .
he must be under that instructional personnel,
armed supervision. We have LAKE BUTLER Union getting a court judgment."I'm action was not legal under the employees of the school Common-Situs Picketing recent breakdown from the
with in County School Board refused being sued and I baveto Administrative procedures board, are uncertain of their I Bill S.1479.! would allow RUNNING
guards weapons
towers along the outer edge of Wed., Oct. 8, to afford Super- respond in 20 days. I need a act, according to the Florida rights' and duties in the secondary picketing at the site r QUARTER' HORSE
added. of Education's Mould give the federal govern- Show horse will,mannered
maintain this intendent James Cason a lawyer, Cason Department of construction projects. The
the institution to dispute."I
custody," he says. defense lawyer in a civil Suit stems from a contro- legal counsel. Teachers were just wish it could be bill would allow unions to picket ment control of state lands.' good with) children) 6 yri.; old
type The unit, going up in the action suit brought against versy over working hours for notified to continue to abide by settled without all this," all contractors on a job. Both senators replied. pro- 16.JJ hinds high'
southwest corner of the In- him by the board in an effort instructional personnel in the existing workday until the Dobbs commented. not just the one with which the mising caret ul consideration Well kept all round 'hor.e,
to force him' to follow theboard's Union County. The board board changed its policy by Board union is directly employed. before they cast their votes.
of eleven such attorney
stitution, is one wishes in shortening voted Sept. 15 to grant legal channels. Myers explained. Such "What does such a reply His dad was Cones Bar King\
Carroll told the Telegraph '
building projects recently teachers' work day. teachers' request to leave Teachers have been abidingby Wayne that the matter could- secondary picketing is now ,mean?" Myers was asked M BOOT NQ less*
undertaken of Rehabilitative by Depart- The 3-2 vote to deny Cason's school at 3:30: each weekday Cason's memo, even have been settled through ad- prohlblted..e.sl1id... t.rl ai "Nothing. If'kou.foUpv.upon ; d*-b Ps. till'sh'aaddl\; ? ) bridleblsriWtrW. ,
ment Set; request for defense council at' 'unless'asketP'byprinclples to'stay hough the board encouragesthem f Both senators were also their vo ng record,you,findthey'll G7t
'' ministrative channels rather
'vices. 'All such programs are- school board expense was the for'a meeting or counsel. to leave early, accordingto than the court but written of the: Chamber's have voted for it," : MOO"
under attack by various roll The next day Cason issued a Howard McNeal adminis- system Myers replied 064-6729
same as the call vote to would take more time and the opposition to the Land
legislators. sue Cason Sept. 24: Pam memo to instructional person-- trative assistant. Resources Planning Assis- The correspondence can be Mr. or Mrs. Muse
needed be settled
,.future"I think should the be approach one of punish in the Thomas, Donald Dukes and nel stating that; the board'sDipping The quit, filed Oct. 2, states soon matter as possible.to as tance Act, which Myers, said read at the Chamber office..
for Morris
Resale ,Griffis, ;
ment.country-club They are approach now taking to a Dobbs and Ray Crawford, Economy May

prison life," comments local against."All we're doing is getting a

state WUliams-D-Dist Representative 25. Frank judgment from the court on Cause State CutbackLAKE DESK SALE
who's right and who's wrong,"
''If the atmostphere at Thomas said, adding that $117is BUTLER Representative trimmed'the per inmate cost .
home at school or at church all the board will spend on George Grosse, RDet to around $3,000.
'< isn't good enough, how do they legal fees and court costs 15, told the Union County Grosse, member of a legislative \
think it will work in a prison? "unless Cason draws it out in Association last appropriations com- --, -.--' \
Taxpayers ,....
Williams questions. a court battle. Thursday night that a dipping mittee for prisons, said that ." IJiiIII'- ---
Country club facilities are Cason said Thomas was economy should cause the inmates should be put back to
"not feasible," Grosse says. naive on the subject that it state to cut back giveaway work instead of "sitting
"In fact, we may find that was not merely a matter of programs and watch wasteful around with their feet propped

spending. up." Although he advocates

To Lease Grosse charged that past letting inmates fight if they I
BCH Board Agrees legislative spending on prison want to fight, he also maintains -, I IpuTuu r
I facilities was '"ridiculous," that individual cells are
New Heart Monitoring Machine citing a $27,000 per inmate preferable in living quarters..
cost of building in some of thestate's 1 i.l
Speaking of taxes to the 50
STARKE The Bradford H.H. Adams C.M. Hernan 11 new building pro- or more dinner guests, Grosse
dez J.P. Salazar and K. Sundtshadee grams. He said that cuttingout
County Hospital Board agreedto said he advocated making
the frills in the building
the attendingstaff
lease a new heart monitoring salaries uniform for county
machine and to return a in charge of General program now underway at employees throughout the h ),
Correctional Institute
bookkeeping machine the Medicine and Surgery Staff, Union \ state.. M600L .
hospital had been using on a r.p
trial balla.

The heart monitoring 4 42x20x27"H Return!_
machine will cost approximately 4
$400 less per
month than the one the 4 I

hospital using now. The new
machine also has more optima -
than the old one. Five I Modular Secretary Desk
patient can be monitored on I r:
the machine while four was I
the maximum for the old
60x30x29 Desk 42x20x27' Return
machine. The new gear also I IbM .
a memory bank that I The StarkeCivitan :

record the patients' heart- I $490oo30x60
beat, and it has a system that .
warns of changes in a I
patient' condition. Club 1/
,. .- "".. .
-.. __" -
I .
costs $594 --
The new system -- Heavy.Duty
per month as compared to r ,

,$1,037; for the old machine. &

The trustees agreed not to WillS'ell EXECUTIVE DESK

purchase a bookkeeping'
machine the hospital was '
UIIIna on a trial l ba.... The ho.DAtai' Walnut i Grown Exterior

s present machine has I
hem a source of trouble sinceit
was acquired but the board $29000 I
decided to keep it. The
borrowed machine has been
trouble, too Board Chairman HalloweenCandy

George Shuford said. F660 ..'
In other action, the trustees '
Executive ds k60x30x29"H 24x55'
decided not to purchase two

new boUer burners for the .

'heating burners 88, rather would system.than run fuel on The oil natural,new like This Thursday : > ,. r ,, /METAL DESK '

the present burners and would Also Of'flce

cost $1,067 each. The board Perfect, For" A Home' .. ..

reasoned purchase the the hospital burners could when When A Club Member ''"Matching Stand & Executlve'Chalrs $ -j 15

the new addition was com- y',
pleted and more heating capacity Knocks On Your Door
,was needed. Monies to

,cover the budget.the cost are' included; in Give Him Your Order The ;

medical The board staff also reappointments accepted the Dffic.-ShDP: .

exwutiye referred cow to it by the- hospital ,proceeds? From Candy;, Sale Go To.Support The '. ..

Mental 110 W Call Starke 964-5764
,, ..An'airline commercial: Bradford Union Retarded Program rV a ,
hour' coach Limits now have Dealers For Fine t J
i Instead of two. & The Hemophiliac} Program ; JasperFurnitureS"iTt ""; "rTTV-r illelober'13,1973 _.
,four hostesses I : 'f' .. "-* 'r .
too. -- -
seats, -
and with wider ** *
-"Line o' Type". .I" Chicago t- '
Tribune ;

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14 TELEGRAPH October 23. 1975

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Legals LgaI.
BRADFORD COUNTY. South 301, Starke Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY. are required to serve a copy of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- -
CASE NO County Florida 32091 Intendsto CASE NO.75221IN your written defenses. If any to CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
register said fictitious name it, on the plaintiff's attorney BRADFORD COUNTY.
IN RE: The Marriage of HAMP- under the provisions of aforesaid RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ. whose name and address is CASE NO.75-306
TON GRADY HOWELL Husband statute. BELLWOOD Husband and GEORGE H. PIERCE Esquire.
/Petitionor. and ABBIE William O. Dodd sole owner. BONNIE P. BELLWOOD Wife. Attorney at Law P.O. Drawer In Matter of the Adoption of:
IRENE HOWELL WIFE/RE- Dated this 14th day of October 1030( Starke Florida 32091 and CUFTON LEE OEHLER
SPONDENT. A. D. 1975 at Starke, NOTICE OF SUIT file the original with the clerk of
Florida To.Bonnie: P. BeHwood the above styled court on or NOTICE OF SUIT
NOTICE OF SUIT- 1011641chg 11/6 2016 Burgandy Street before November 21, 1975; ToJames: Alston Murdock
NO PROPERTYTo New Orleans Louisiana otherwise a judgment may be P.O. Box 1051
-------------- 70116 entered against you for the relief Charlotte North Carolina


Address Unknown FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD an action for dissolution of petition. an action for Adoption has
CIRCUIT COUNTY. marriage has been filed against WITNESS my hand and theseal been filed and you are an inter-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED you and you are required to I of said Court on October 14, ested party and are required to

that an action for dissolution of IN PROBATE serve a.copy of your written 1975. serve a copy of your written
been filed against defenses if any' to It on
marriage has CASE N0.75-311-CPI1-2357)( ) defenses if any to it on
you and you are required to RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney Gilbert S. BrownAs RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney Hope Baptist Old Fashion Day 1974
of written Clerk of said Court for Petitioner whose address is
sorve a copy your for Petitioner whose address is
In reThe Estate of I ILA LEEEU.IS.
defenses if any.to it on SHAW : 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box By: Brenda W. Griffis 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box
deceased. Set for
AND KOPELOUSOS Attorneys 995 Starke Florida 32091 and As Deputy Clerk 996, Starke Florida 32091 and Hope Baptist Homecoming Sunday
for Petitioner \whose/ address is NOTICE OF file the original with the Clerk of 10/164tchg 11/6 fie the original with the Clerk of -
142 West Cal Street Post Office ADMINISTRATIONTO the above-styled Court on or .------------- the above-Styled Court on or Hope Baptist Church 'will Hope Baptist is located on

Box 1086 Starke Florida ALL PERSONS iNTER- before November 17, 1975 The City of Hampton is now before November 17, 1975 -------------- celebrate its first combined SIM00 eight miles east of
with bids for their Sanita the relief demanded in and Old Starke in the of
32091 and file the original ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ILA otherwise a Judgment may be accepting otherwise Homecoming community
the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt LEE ELLIS deceased.You entered against you for the relief tion Contract which will run the Petition will be granted and Fashioned Day Sunday. Oct. Theressa. Pastor Merle
on or before November 7, will please take notice demanded in the Petition.. from Nov. 1975 to Nov. 76. The you will be deemed by the Courtto Lvgals Packham invites the public (10
1975 otherwise a judgment may that pursuant to Florida Statues WITNESS my hand and theseal following stipulations were; have waived any further interest 26.Old Fashioned Day is an attend.
be entered against you for the Section 733.212, the undersigned I of said Court on the 13th attached to the contract by the J in this matter. annual event at Hope Baptist
relief demanded in the Petition. VERELDA MYERS. day of,October 1975. Sanitation Committee: I WITNESS my hand and theseal NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO highlighted with early Revival Slated At
WITNESS my hand and the of ILA I of said Court on the 13th REGISTER American dress and dinner on
Executrix of the Estate
seal of said Court on the 6th day as LEE ELLIS deceased has Gilbert S. BrownAs 1. Garbage must be picked up, day of October 1975. FICTITIOUS NAME the grounds.Rev. Graham Baptist
of October 1975. admitted to probate the Last Will Clerk of Said Court once per week on the day set up Samuel Cuthbert for-,
Beulah M. Moody by the Sanitation Committee, Gilbert S. Brown Pursuant to Section 865.09 Baptist pastor will GRAHAM A revival
and Testament of ILA LEE By: mer Hope
Gilbert S. Brown ELLIS deceased and said Deputy Clerk and the person whose bid isr 1 As Clerk of said Court Florida Statutes notice is deliver the 11 a.m. service, meeting is set November 3-5,
As Clerk of said Court matter has been assigned File 10/164tchg 11/6 accepted. In case of rain, the By: Beulah M. Moody hereby given that the un- when awards will be given for Monday Tuesday and
By: Beulah M. MoodyDeputy No. 75-311-CP ((1-2357)) by the -------------- garbage can be picked up on the Deputy Clerk dersigned W.L. Thomas 603 S. the longest-term member of Wednesday at Graham

Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court In next working day. 10/16 4tchg 11/6 _____. Walnut St., Starke. Bradford the church and the memberwho Baptist Church.
2. Only garbage in bags will ,, ---------
10/9 4tchg 10/30 Bradford County Florida. The County Florida 32091doing travels farthest to church Services will begin ouch
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO be picked up. These bags must. NOTICE OF SALEOf business under the firm name of at
address of the Executrix Is Box each Sunday.A night 7:30: according to
--' ---' be set in the driveway or some mobile homeon
PUBLIC i NOTICE 64 RocheBe Texas 76872 and REGISTER repossessed "THOMAS OIL COMPANY", display of old fashioned Pastor James E. Starling.
other convenient place near
The School Board of Bradford the name and address of the FICTITIOUS NAME the 11th day of November 603 S. Walnut Street Starke items such as butter churns Evangelist will be the KPV.
County Florida will consider a Executrix's attorney is DUDLEY Pursuant to Section 866.09 roadway.must also All leaves be in to bags.be picked 1975 at 10:(00)( A.M. The undersigned Bradford County Florida 32091 irons and grinders will be on Larry Bolden from Kossville

proposed change In School P. HARDY P.O. Drawer 1030 Florida Statutes notice Is here- up 3. Trash (limbs old tires will seH the following intends to register said fictitious display within the church. Georgia, who will preach (the
Board Rule 3531 relating to Starke Florida 32091. The date by given that the undersignedJames leaves etc.) will be picked by mobile home: 1973 Glenbrook name under the provisions of After dinner awards will be old-time gospel, says Pastor
of the first publication of this A. Dave Rt. 3. Box 108 up 60x12 Serial p 202B1S16869.
the Use of School Buses at 7 the bidder at the discretion of aforesaid statute given for the best men's Starling.
p.m., November 10, 1975 at Notice of Administration is Starke Bradford County the bidder and the Chairman of'' Sad Sale will be held at Sumit W. L. Thomas sole owner. women's boys and girl's
October 23 1975 and the last business Mobile Homes 1227 N. 14th St., e 0 a a
their Regular School Board Florida 32091 doing the Sanitation Committee. Dated this 2nd day of October examples of period dress.
Meeting in the School Board date when claims or objectionsmay under the firm name of "DAVIS 4. Only trash piled by the side! Leesburg, Florida. t A.D. 1975 at Starke Special music will be presented lIeI ho seeks God has
Room of the County School Administrative be presented is February TRUCKING", Rt. 3, Box 108 of the road will be picked up. The undersigned. reserves the Florida as well as old fashioned already found Him.
1976. bidAmerican
Offices on North 23. Starke Bradford County I right to 10/4 4tchg 10/23 outdoor singing. -Graham GreeneI
5. If the job is not completed
All interested having Homes Industries
persons Florida 32091 intends to register
Temple Avenue Starke Florida. 1. --------------
to the satisfaction of the Sanitation
claims objections against the Inc. Suite 1700 American
Copies of this proposed rule or said fictitious name under the ,
Estate of ILA LEE ELLIS of aforesaid statute.James Chairman the Chairman'has National Bank Building South INTENTiONTO
change be obtained from provisions
the right to warn the personate J DAY CARE
deceased must file with the A. sole Bend!, Indiana 46624.
Davis owner.
the Superintendent's Office on REGISTERA
Court within four ((4)) months of and after this first warning, 10/23 3 r
Dated this 7th of October Itchg
North Temple Avenue Starke day the contract is considered FICTITIOUS NAME CENTER
of the Noticeof
the first publication A.D. 1975. --------------
Fla broken If the error is not corrected
This is in compliance with Florida Administration the following: 10/9 4tp 10/30: ) In reasonable of! NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pursuant to Section 86509 FROM ARM BABIES
a length
) All claims the .. .
73-310 (lal against ------------- REGISTER
Statutes Chapter as
Florida Statutes Notice is
time. In such case the contract I TO SCHOOL AGE
enacted by the 1974 Florida leg- estate. FICTITIOUS NAME hereby that the
undersigned -
inter- will be remade with the next, given
Ib) Any objection an
Section 865.09
Pursuant to
F. Delano Thomas CONSTANT CARE2 -
bidder In line.
ested that chalenges the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
person Florida Statutes notice Is
6. The City of Hampton) 1404 Rae Street Starke Florida
validity of the Will qualificationsof EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF BALANCED SNACKS
Richard Jockel hereby given that the undersigned
32091: doing business under the
reserves the right to reject any or
the personal representative FLORIDA IN AND FOR in
of Schools
Superintendent desiring to engage
al bids. firm name of A.J. Thomas NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
venue or jurisdiction of the BRADFORD COUNTY
October 23 19751tohg business under the fictitious
621 North Walnut
Bids be turned in to the Realty
other challenge to may
Court or any 106
City Clerk no later than Nov. 10, Street Starke Bradford
the legality of the proceeding. CIVIL ACTION of
South Street City
-- NOTICE FI INTENTION--. Dated this 17th day of October CASE NO.75-183 1975. These bids must not have, Starke Myrtle Bradford County County Florida 32091 Intendsto WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE
1975. the name of the bidder on them. register said fictitious name
TO REGISTER The Clerk will a number 1 Flonda intends to register the under the provisions of aforesaid THEIR PROBLEMS
assign fry
FICTITIOUS NAME In re: The Matter of the Adoption said name with the Clerk of the ( \
will besealed Statute.F.
to the plain envelope they
of TAMMY DENISE PAD- of Bradford
I Pursuant Section 86509 Executrix of the Estate of GETT in and the bids will be I Circuit Florida.Court Delano Thomas sole Greater Bethlehem FreeWill <, ..'f.
to County
opened at the next City Council owner.\ "
: ::
ILA LEE ELDS deceased. .f
Gainesville Florida
Florida here- DATED at
Statutes notice is Baptist Church
Nov. 11. Dated this 30th day of
by given that the undersigned 4tchg NOTICE OF SUIT -' this 7th day of October A.D., 964.5136.( I'
September A.D. 1975 at .
William 0: Dodd Box 280 Oct.Nov.23 21 : All NO Interested PROPERTYTo Parties' .-Mary Lee Alter*' 'I' 1975. Starke Florida. 1101 CHESTNUT ST.AT ASH ST. QR
Starke County City Clerk FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 Itr
Florida 32091 doing business Dec. 18 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 10/23 2t 10/30 Robert L. Kelly. 10/4 4tp 10/23
under the firm name of Jan. 15 that an action for adoption has 10/9 4tchg 10/30 -------------.
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r Farm Credit Service

Short Intermediate Term Loans .- '

.. Long Agricultural :' 1'

Made Through'These Farm CooperativesMID




June 30. 1975
A...L... "

loansandint.r.str.c.ivabl.onloans . . .'. . . . . . $41,341.740 "r'

Less provision for loan losses . . . . ... ; . .. . t. . . 896,659Net Cash on hand and In banks <. .-. ..; <\ .. .S 7,098

loan assets ... \ry,3r.,J 40,445,082 Investments / .' . ;": .. .. .'. ... 105,000

Cash . . . ::::::::.:::'::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::;;:'::::::::::::i ,:56,420: Capital stock of Federal Land Bank of Columbia, '. >

Investment In Intermediate Cr.ditBank . . . . . . . . 1,253,392 Class B stock .. ,. .. 5,293,745
Oth.r investments and Interest receivable on Class C stock .,.'.. -.. ,..;!> .?.". 250,225

those Investments . . . . . . . ', . . .'. . . . 18,664 Participation certificates .. .. r .. 120,930

Land and buildings r . . . . . . < ;>,'; .. .-.7. ,; : . 176,838 Accountsr.celvabl.r: .'. . .., ., .. 86,613

I Equipment . . . . . . . .'. : .'. .. .",'... .. . . . .43.333 Of fie.building .. .' ?. .'. 1 80,365

Other assets . .r': . . .150'510 Furniture and fixtures '. .r'. . : 31.323

Total Assets . . . ... . . . . . ,. ,,".r'-1';":. ...!. $42.314.207 J Automobiles .. ,
: Jr Other .. .
N assets .r..r..r..r..r . 16.440
Li.b'j f J Total Assets .,, $6,099.415

' Mon.y borrowed from the Intermediate Credit Bank .' ',
.. Liabilities ;, .'
for loans and Interest due on that . . . . . $36,831,759 \ ,. .
money .f. . . . .' . . .
Other Accounts payable . . . .\ . . ,. $ 33.920
Liabilities . . . ... .t. ? .'. 32.899 -

i Total Liabilities . ... . . . . .: : : : ; .

NetWorth Association capital) stock own.d by borrowers . . .*.,. .,r';;: ; . . $5,293,745.

: ,.: .:: Participation certificates own.d by borrowers ... . .,7, ... . .\.v . r . r 120,930

Class A stock . .s. rrr.r. .'. . .f. ,.-. '. ,'C.. .,- ,, . . $ 36,710 Reserve for losses on endorsed loans . . . ..'.. . '. . . . . "0.106

Class B stock . . . . . r .... . .. . r 'f/.t ... . . . 4,494,085 L.gal reserve and surplus . . r r . . . r ;.. ,' .. . ,"..;; 205,612

Participation certificates . . ... . ; .""' '. ,,, ..'... .' :. .. .. . ... 3,650 Unappll.d earnings .r. . . . . . . .'.,,. .%."". .'v.. .' r . . . 5,102

Reserves accumulated from n.f earnings to protect '. ,- Total Net Worth . . . . . 0. .r.' : . J. .,.,'.:',... :" . 6,065.495
m.m Investment' . 104 ,
.r.l1S. Total Liabilities and Net Worth . . ... . . ;,' ,.: ,*\ ...''. > . . $6.099,415
Total Net Worth . . . . .. . . . ; . . . . ; 15.14'.S4' ., .. ;fir.

Total Liabilities. .. and Net Worth . . . . : . .. ..:. :. . . $42314207. .

\ These Organizations Serve Over'2300 Member Borrowers In This Area With An

Outstanding Loan Volume To These Members 'Of Over



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Ofsdline for insertion! USED Va Acre Lot with Lake I Reg. Ren' Estate Brbker ;
Tuesday Noon preceding : Access on Half Moon Lake 393 N. Temple Ave.

Thursday! before publication. '
$3,000 ,
Handyman special $3,500 trwiller 160 A Farm/with 3,300 ft. .,"'
Real Facts ul- Zoned Mobile Homes sq .
FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy pick-up FOR RENT: Clean trailer, furnished '
brick home. Ask about the .
hiinimumCharge $2.00Covers truck with flat bed In good 2 BR, 3 miles south of 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Owner Will Finance After easy { .
( 15 Words) condition $450. 1966 Volkswagen Starke, off 301. Adults only, on Real Down Payment financing. 1
Each: word over 15 fO TY Phone 473.2686 -
runs good $350. 964- ro pets. $100.00
per month Handyman special $7,500 ; Estate 14K A. with 3 BR House.
I 10
8467 or 964-5271. Itp 10/16 plus utilities. 904/964.6615. ,..; $21,800. ;s
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4 BR 2 lots
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All Classified I By
Ads must be .
FOR SALE: 1973 Dodge e
pick-up Corner Lot
3 BR Home
paid for in advance unless you 3/4 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 _
ton club cab, air, PS, PB, 1dlan.
- -
have Ith the an established account ,auise control, trailer brake 3 B'S1':! GtS Cecelia TerwillegarBelieve m 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a
1\ Telegraph in that '
control, shell 318 2 'I
camper t fOR SALE 1 business on State Highway.
event 50 cents extra charge bbl. $2499. Highway 100 Fl.JJpoo It, or not, property taxes benefit you greatly.In Cfearsor 1.. - ;
for billing. Not responsible for south of Starke Vi mile Sam almost all instances property taxes provide money If outside of

errors when given over the lane Box 117A. 10/23 2tp 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off for needed services that private individuals could REAL ESTATE county you own& want property to sell, See Us.
phone or when copy is not 10/30 afford to themselves their And
FOR SALE: Bunk beds, excellent never supply on own. v
typed and brought to the of- SR-100-3 BR $22,000 deduct taxes slew-tar( .I'I1fY. : Vernie ''
------------ condo Also two chestof secondly you can property on your Odom, Assoc. 1

lice. drawers, 964-5801. federal income tax return. LAWTEY
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1970 Itp 4 BR 2 bath Y.oA. $22,500 964-5476 964-7700
Bonneville station 10/23 Legal services, school monies>> road improvementsand 2 BR frame house $3,350, terms.

power $1,000 will take wagon it., Call full ------------ Reno, 3 BR brick $23,650 developments fire and police protection -the list 2 BR frame house $8,400, terms.
934-7824 of services provided by tax money is impressive. And 3 BR with aluminum siding &
after 4
p.m. Itp FOR SALE: Early American 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 if renterthe chances that
PERSONAL SERVICEBILL'S 10/23 even you are now a are you chain link fence, reduced to
dnette set. Table, six chairs, are paying a part of the property taxes in your rent. $10,000. 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra
----- Sooth 3 BR
------- gate, $26,000
condition $60. Call
good; 964- Owning property is a responsibility, but It Includes 12 Acres, fenced, well, pole & large cor. lot in Gty. w/swim-

FOR SALE: By ow/ner./ 1973 7305 after 5 p.m.. 1tp 10/23 security and the potential for growth, the best buy you septic tank, $15,000. terms. mmg pool, central heat & air
------------ Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000
SAW SHOP: Complete Chev. LUV truck, 4 forward will ever find. 2 J4 acres. wooded lots terms conditioning.
GARAGE SALE: 3 family sale, .
sharpening service, circular, speed, good shape, R&H, by See us today for your future.PREFERRED STARKE - -
Fri., Sat., Sun. 1 mile on Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000
hand, carbide, chain, mower appointment. 964-6380 after 6 Rarford Road 10/23 3 BR frame, cent. heat/air, $38,000 3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A, ,
blade hollow ground and p.m. 1tp 10/23 1tp. PROPERTIES caner lot, chain link fence One Acre lot, 1,656 sq. ft. living
balanced. Leave at Jackson ------------ ------------ Hampton-1 Vi acres $9,200 Attractive CB 3 BR 2 B home with central heat & air ona $19,400. area. 1 54 miles out of City Umits :

FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand well landscaped corner, lot 100' x ISO'. Moments of Starke
Building Supply, Starke or FOR SALE 1974 2.75 3 BR CB, sep. dr. Ige. living : f
: Valiant Lawtey acres $9,500 \ .. _
$55.22 hand $24.95
Keystone Heights. tfchg. gun guns away from schools ft shopping. Approx. $2,500 will get room, completely fenced lot .
Brougham 318 Auto A/C
25 automatic guns from into this home. 176 Acres, Brooker area, some :
------------ you $3>,000.
AM/FM, 4 dr., Steel Belted Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500
10x 20 PATIO COVERS Homes $49.95. Dahmers Discount ----- ..... planted pines.
: tires -
vinyl 15,000 miles. ,
top. tfchg. Charming white brick 3 BR IVa B with CH&A separate 8.71
and mobile homes. $180 $200 Equity. 9648612. 1tp 2 canal lots, $3,300 ucres on SR-100-S -
installed,* $140 uninstalled. 10/23 ------------ DR enclosed garage with laundry room fenced lot 15500. 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace,

GATOR MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 4 canal lots, $7,800 120' x 180'. Quiet neighborhood.Use OUT OF Central Heat & Air, 12 acres,
------------ I CITY
SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767, and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Fe ----- 3 BR Masonry 2 bath paved rd. '
Santa ,
the family
Gainesville FOR SALE: 1971 Chevy pick-up, HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. 5 to 6 acre tracts on your Imagination excellent commercial propertyon - -

... ---- tfchg.---- 6cyl. std., short wheel base, 1 Starke, 9645606. tfchg. River $2,000/acre 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment room heat/air, sep. dining room, cent. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, :
many extras, on 1 acre
N.W of Starke Terms.
owner $1,200. 473.3300.1tchg ----------- financed.
HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of V acre MH, terms $5,000 owner lot.
10/23 - -
arts and crafts. Also FOR SALE: Doberman -----
guaranteed stereo repair. 155- ------------ AKC, black & tan. 6 weeks 7 acres in town $18,000 Serene privacy Unique, country home with CH&A 40 60 Acre farm with pond, 3 BR 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10
land road. Sev-
A West Call, Ph. 9647329. FOR SALE 1969 old. 964-7579. Itp 10/16 acres fenced &cross fenced with 2 car.garage, 2 ponds, house, planted pasture will acres on paved
: 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 2 wells 24' x 60' barn. Animals ft equipment nego eral out buildings. i
tfchg. ------------ divide terms.
station wagon, 8 cyl. auto- tiable. Owner financed.Do - ;
matic air and full power, clean FOR SALE: Horses and ponies.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: and runs very good $800() or 154 ml. on SR-225.9647789 Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 ----- 1 2 acre home or mobile home George Roberts Jr.

Sales, service, installation, best offer. 9648087. 10/9 Starke. 10/23 2tp 10/30 your own thing on 45 clear acres with 1,000 ft. site $2,500. REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER

stereos, phono,. reel-reel, 4tchg 10/30 -....---------- Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 frontage on Road 100 small, cozy concrete block --- .
tapes, cassetes, radios. Work home. $60,000. I MLAWTEY Fit. tf 964-7826
TOP SOIL FILL DIRT 6 days Garage business with house on -----
guaranteed. 155-A West Call, : a IIy7823806/ : -

9647329. trchg.ELECTRICIAN FOR SALE: 1973 F-250 Ford V-8 week, dozer work and US-301 A very unusual home with splendid entrance hall, L_-h___.; iNr wtttTo...win.. A MffAftr-
------------ pick-up v./cab, 4 speed dragline work. Call 468-1873, spacious LR & DR with fireplace large kitchen, .

EXPERIENCED, trans., 10 ply tires, heavy duty Star Rt.. Hampton, STEPHEN 700 foot highway 301 frontage, another separate DR sunny Florida room, garage
-- ---
licensed, bonded, reasonablerates suspension, low mileage SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg. US-301, 21 acres, terms with laundry & work room situated on over an acre of I

save money. 964.6061. $2,5bO firm P.O. Box 531, ------------ $35,000 landscaped. land. Convenient to shops & schools. I t .I Well Drilling| I
tfchg. Starke. 1tp 10/23 FOR SALE: Diamond needlesfor ----- BRASINGTON

... 247 65 wonderful acres that can be sold all or in part for CadillacOldsmobileSales I II
----------- ------.- ------ any stereo, over HilbyL i aA-Qooo 2"Thru 6"
them $1100. acre with owner financing. : j
different ones, we have an iI & ServiceFineSelfitionOfUtitrtl'
Moving to Starke woon. Need,to .,. ...., .. .
lease M all. Dahmer's Discount.. We have all other type ----- I M c4l t4fA I Fast Rotary '
or buy reasonably priced ;
of the most fertile in Bradford where i 'I" ,1
I'll' ------------ listed. Come In and 54 acres County Car Taken On "
properties '
home within town.
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, see us. anything can be grown also 100 loaded pecan trees. Avery Cadillac Trades I Drilling Equipment .
Would secludedarea.
prefer quiet
9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also bautiful.home site 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE
H.D. Kirkpatrick, 519 3rd 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. ___ State Licensed i
Ave. Destin Fla. FRED SACK ErrREALTOR I Ir
32541. Up Hundreds to choose from at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Substantial brick home with tf
205 N. (US-301): ) t
10/23 CALLING! To buy or sell Temple
Dahmers Discount. tfchg. .- 9049646522,4681642FOR 1475 sq. ft. 3 BR I'/i B, CH&A, LR, DR kitchen with r i
------------ Avon call 755-0731 or write I Pumps I
------------ dishwasher, pantry, utility room, office which could be .
TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220,
FOR SALE Fine beef for a family room or 4th BR covered patio 12 x 40,100' by
: quality CB RADIOS
used TV for sale $29.95 and Lake City, Fla. 32055. tfchg.
your freezer. J.R. Wain- SALE i 140' deep with redwood fence, fruit trees, more land Johnson 123 A
up. Used furniture and ap- --- --------- .
.' :
pliances. Plumbing and bath wright, Ph. 964-7835 after 7 available* financing can be arranged.We RETAIL$169.95 : New & Used

room fixtures. THE BARGAIN ATTENTION DEMON p.m. tfchg. FOR SALE: 3 BR CB, 1'/ bath, SALE 5140.00
CENTER, 301 SOUTH. tfchg. STRATORS: 'Toys ft Gifts. ------------ central heat tf air, corner lot, have all kinds of lake properties in and around I Sales- PartsService)
Work now thru December. fenced back Keystone and Melrose. If you are Interested lust give PACE 2300 Prestige
------------ FOR SALE: Pony with saddle & yard, patio, bi- E-Z TermsPlumbing
FREE Kit. No us a ring I ICecelia RETAIL$219.95SALE
sample ex- level family room with fire- I
ANONYMOUS bridle $75. 964-8467 or 964-

114 Christian Street, Starke, perience Santa's Parties needed., Avon Call or, Conn.write 5271.Jtp 10/16 some place, appliances.storage building Ph. 964-& T. Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker $189.95Terwillegar I 1 I II II
Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, 06001. Ph. 1 ((2031 6733455. 8073 or 964-5639. tfchg. .Resident Phone 964-5145 Motors

8 p.m. Call 9644-5709 9/25, 964- Also Booking Parties. 8/21 FOR SALE: Bronco 4 WD-radio, ------------ .. Bob Milner, Associate, Resident Phone 9S4-S026 206 Madison I
5434 4732108. 14tp .
12/24 or 13tp 1113Ecerienced heater dog box rigged for FOR SALE: Farm with 3 bed- Starke I New Installation

--....._.,...----- -- -- ------ hunting, good condition. Call room house, partially fur- 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida 964.7200
Maid, Sundays, 533-2366. tfchg. nished, 2 car carport on 10 OFFICE PHONE 964-7776 I Remodeling
SEWING MACHIN'ES ------------ .
repaired, part time week days. Own acres pasture & pines, fenced
all makes cleaned, oiled and Transportation. $2.00 Hourly. WATSON'SHOUSEOF & cross fenced. Tractor & Jimmy Moore'sSun I Repairs \ I

adjusted, $7. Work guar- Apply in person. No VACUUMS new equipment, live stock SportsMORE

anteed. James Strickland, Telephone Applications. included. $35,000. 9648739. I Durrance\\
corner Morgan Road & Hwy. Bradford Motel 10/23 2tchg Many brands of new vacuums.. 10/162tp 10/23 10 ACRES Long Champ ,:j BOAT FOR
Used machines available.
16. tfchg ------------ YOUR MONEY TF
..... Expert Repairs all makes. 10 Minutes From
------ ------ ------ FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft Home and STARKEPH9645791COMPLETE I Pumps & Supply
Parts and Accessories for all
HOME REMODELING mobile home, partially fur- Heights
AND Keystone
vacuums. Built in central BuildingMaterials OUTBOARD &
REPAIR: Master electrician, nished'or unfurnished. I Company
vacuum cleaning 712 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
& systems. Washer dryer, air, concrete Per Acre
plumber carpenter. Reasonable $1,750
Motorcycles N. Main Gainesville 3767110. AND REPAIR
rates. 964.8087. 10/9 t .J tfFOR steps$4,300.9648341 or Mr. 1864 N. Temple Ave.

4tchg 10130CHILDCARE Mlton 964-8673.. Itp 10/23 '159 Per MOs -WE BUILD COMPLETE FIBERGLASS I
... ------------ Starke
------------ REPAIR
- -- --
J SALE: Case pocket knives "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
: My home, hot FOR SALE: 1973 Honda 175 now at Dahmers Discount. bath, C/A & H, CB home on YOUR LOT OR OURS"LFREE 964.7061 '

lunches, snacks, fenced play Street bike, excellent condi- tfchg. 20 acres fenced. Stove, refrigerator WEST CENTRAL ESTIMATES- GLASS FISHING BOATS Uaaa aa -7Olin's
shady. Hour, day or ------------
yard tion, low mileage $400. Call carpets, drapes, built- REALTY INC. REMODELING REPAIRS I .
week. All ages. 964 5610. 782-3619 Lawtey, Fla. 1tp n book shelves, 36x40 ft. Registered Broker .
10/234tchg 11/13 10/23 FOR SALE: Cast iron wood barn, spring fed creek. All in 1-378-2308: Anytime ADDITIONS

- - -- ------------ heaters, 24 &28 Inch at Dah- Bradford County. Ph. 964- Evenings Call: .HOMES BOUGHT. Subdivision

WANTED: Live in elderly couplefor mers Discount. 10/2 14tchg 8182. 10/23 4tp 11/13 Art patray SOLD TRADED

housekeeping, babysitting FOR SALE: 1973 Suzuki 1500, 12/31 .------------ 47i-2oi: : !> ACREAGE FOR SALE l

duties, yard work. Must drive, 9,000 miles $700. 1974 Kawa- ---------- -- FOR. SALE:' Six room frame i 1

like children and animals. On saki 500 $950. Will consider FOR SALE:' Pickett Templates, house on large comer lot In 964.6853 l 1 '.

lake. To reply write Telegraph trade for car or pick-up. 468- Lettering guides General use Hampton, one bath. Eight UNITED FARM AGENCY Hwy 301 S. Starke 'TF i

Drawer A, Starke Fla. Please 1490, Hampton. 10/16 2tchg templates Electronic, Hipse and pecan trees, blueberries, deepwell. Reg. Real Estate Broker -

furnish references. Itchg 10/23 Architectural. All for sale at The 4681290. 1tp 10/23 206 S, Water St. I_ 1 I I Ir
------------ ------------
10/16 Office National
Shop. Phone 9646305. AdvertisingPaul a mm -
-.- -------- FOR SALE: 1974 Shelby Mobile Faulkner-Broker
SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your ------------ WATERFRONT: Small cottageon
authorized Suzuki Dealer. Home, 2 BR, furnished or unfurnished Irene Faulkner-Assoc. scenic clear lake '
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also FOR SALE: Old second hand with H/A. Assume 964-5065 large 'vz Acre Lots For Rent $25 Per Mo. Water.*
Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call enough for all water sports.
mobile home hurricane anchoring Street. piano, needs some work.'Call Payments. Evenings 964- Sewage Furnished

and mobile home roof tfchg.---- 964-8725. 1tp 10/23 7966. 1tp 10/23 You won't find another like It Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 &Mo.gan'Rd.;
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home ------------ 148 Acres with 3 houses, several ?

Service. 964-5606. St. Rd. FOR SALE: Yellow fawn sana, FOR SALE: Furnished 2 barns, some fencing, good loca bed spacious, 2 bth, custom cedar home designed on Lake 4

16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Fla. red clay, fill dirt, top soil, bedroom house, living room, tion. Brooklyn ...a beautiful home.
tfchg. t fOR RENT :::1 building sand, llmerock, peat. dning room, kitchen, 3 Mi. N. - I PUBLIC CONSIGNMENTX 1 1Cl
..- ----- ---- New, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home,
Ph, Florahome 659.2128.10/2 on :301. Edgar Burred, Rt. 2, Large 11/2 acre lake lots on

WE BUY Pecans daily at the 4tp 1023FOR" Box 16D Starke. 10/23 2tp $32,000.00 Lake Hampton. Good terms, call RUCTION %
J.R. ------------ 10/30
Starke Farmers Market. FOR RENT: Two Bedroom today while the fish are biting. ear
Wainwright & Sons. tfchg. house, furnished, garden SALE: Bass Rig, loaded, ------------ "* Sat. Oct.. <25 10 A.M.

-- _.......;----- space, quiet neighborhood, see to believe, sell or trade. 1 acre homesrtes $2500 with as

no pets. 7823279. Itp 10/23 John Itchg Gollie 10/23 473-2686 after 7 F. J. Saunders little as$250 down and 5 years to WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING EQUIPMENTFOR

------------ p.m. PULPWOODTop NEED TO CLEAN YOUR pa/.this is an offer you can't
---- -------, OUR OCTOBER SALE
My Neighbors FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile TYPEWRITER? Come by The refuse. ,

homes outside limits, J.B. FOR SALE: Quaker Oil Heater Prices Paid Office Shop and pick up some

White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. with blower also 19,000 BTU 533-221 liquid or sheet cleaner for your New 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bth Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors,

------------ Admiral air conditioner,, 964-. typewriter. carpet, cent. heat and air. in
FOR RENT: Olin's. Subdivision 7972.. Itp 10/23 10:23: 4tp 11:13: If Keystone dub Estates, con- Trucks, Autos, Trailers, RV's, Boats

1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per ----------.-- venient location to everything.

t month. Water & Sewage FOR SALE: Jersey cow with Come by Sunday afternoon. Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

furnished For information call Heifer Calf one angus; whiteface 't Lot on the golf course and off,
Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile bull calf; .and one "' FILL DIRT ; starting at $3600 with great All Kinds Now.

Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., hereford bull. Call 782-3188 or terms. Choose your new home

Starke. 9645606. tfchg. 782-3378 after 7 p.m. 1tp "'>> from our selection today. Brine Your Equipment to the Market Place
... ,... Soil
...------"" -- 10/23' Top rt :

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath --:-:--'-" ...----- Fill Din Attractive new 3 BR 2 bath CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH :

mobile home in Lawtey.7823006. FOR SALE: Want a large mobile home on 1 acre, .29,960V 10% jcENS : j.: I

Itchg 10/16 '. home lot with septic tank, down, assume mortgage., No o r.;
---------:-:-- 'pole and wel for $200 down? Call 468.1873STEPHEN. closing costal: N. E:. 4 RIDA EQUIPMENT 80NoeO
FOR RENT: 2 BR furnished Then go east on Rd. 16 to City .. \. AUCTION

house on Kingstey Lake $200 Limits, than North on grade SMITHSTAR LK. Edwards III&Associates' '
'mo. 1 BR furnished apartment road to sign on left Cal L.G. Real Estate Broker4734883 S. 11"orth' Green Cove Springs

"Sorry to have to eat andrun (100 mo. No pets,' no 0.11.. 964.7591, Dempsey ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. KeystongtfQhb; ? ;'.
t..:: ..;
like Ihis .". children. 5332621., ftp .10/23. Mxat''tp.:. .10/23.. 475-2636 .JA*., .282.4389 Ph. ((904)2) 4-597,7..
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Page 16 TELEGRAPII October 23. 1975

DS&N Hopes. LB Taxpayers Group DiscussesCity's Lake Butler Utilities PostponedLAKE II

(From Page I) BUTLER-The Lake Avenue,SE 9th Street and SW The group pointed out at that
Decision On Pa vine Butler City Council tabled 1st Street. meeting that the son of council _

for roughly ments. The firm is relatively' heated opposition to it," LAKE BUTLER Lake But. wrong place or the ditches taking any action on extending member T.S. Thomas owned -
Application were' being dug on private and sewer lines to At the city's meeting, coun- property on the street.:
$725.000 in loan monies includes new, begun in October of last Bryan saidSpeaking ler businessman Marvin water
Pritchett took the floor at property SE 7th Avenue at a special cil members Tommy Spires
as a
cost of land development year.Before county com- a said
meeting, and John Shaw
their missioner of the Union At Thursday's meeting Oct. IS.I Mayor
starting own Bryan that meeting County
city impact fee, adjust- Pritchett said that the they had not seen the letter
firm, Davis, Sabis and he didn't think people had a Taxpayers Association Thurs-
the Saratoga Heights
ing markers were 104 feet south of Area residents represented.by making the request. Council
station, and running Nadeau were employed with "legal or moral right" to day night to lead fellow mem- !
pumping where they should have been, Annie Jefferson, had member T.S. Thomas, Jr.,
and lines to the Sverdrup and Parcel determine who can live within bers in discussion of an Oct. 8 I of
water sewage explaining that markers were signed. a petition asking the who is the chairman the
Davis said Engineering! Consultants In two miles of them. city council action to stop the lines the street committee,
apartments placed to "nicely" divide the city to extend to Lake Butler
Gainesville. Davis and The 14 SE 7th Avenue in
approximately acres paving the had
11 the letter. It
recently-purchased Thomas I subdivision. There are had written
Although prepared to provide Nadeau each worked for the are being marketed for$35,000 city.He property homes in the area, and the been intended to inform the
water and sewage firm 15 years, Sabis joiningthe Emmitt of Bluff- presented a letter from wait
their own trx2. Advantages to paving the council said it wanted to cwncil of where the city
treatment to the development crew with a master's !/ city councilman T.S. Thomas, street were pointed out by to be sure those that signedthe planned to do road work, so
DS&N,or Starke Homes degree in environmental Jr. requesting the county to member J.B. Kelley, who petition would hook on to the county would not imposeon
Limited, hopes to present the engineering three years ago, prepare the wooded area for noted that expansion of the the sewer lines. the city land, the city clerk
according to vice president paving. Pritchett showed that a
council with facts about needed said. .
city black community was
the apartments that might Dr. David Smith. SE 7th Avenue and 9th Street and other property was not Cost for the project would be Shaw said those streets had I
encourage reversal on the Asked about the apparent were not the same region available to be developed. about $3,000.QJestion not been approved by the
land site for approved for paving by the
recent decision. low-lying Lowell also arose over council for paving.
"These will not be luxury building, Davis and Sabis city council at an Aug.. 13 Shadd UCTA said president that other Inac- some street paving. At its reg- The council voted Oct. 8 to
apartments, but they will be responded that landfill would meeting. curacies in city matters ular meeting Oct. 7, the rescind paving SE 7th Avenue
well built and scenically alleviate the problem of drain- Several members of the should be considered. For county commission agreed to when the Union County Tax-
designed," Davis explained, age once the county repairedthe UCTA were present at the Oct. instance, he said, people with help the city pave a total of payers Association opposed
culvert under SR-100 now t 8 meeting to oppose the road feet SW 7th
adding that tenants would be valued at $5,000 or about 3,000 on paving that undeveloped area. I
afforded maximum privacy emptying onto the property. paving, leading council to Pasdon't pay taxes. Time will

through soundproofing of the "Also, these are not shabby proval.rescind previous city ap- be a factor in getting this corrected .- I .,
central heat and air will be
units apartments. They rested Shadd said.
conditioning and wall to wall attractive, one story buildingswith knowledge Opposition that property upon to Shadd expressed hope that
carpet. Kitchens would be furnished plenty of green areas. We benefit\ from the paving had officials would continue to co- ANNOUNCEMENT
with major appliancesbut needed an attractive site," been operate with UCTA ideas, .
purchased by
otherwise they will be Davis said.Although. Thomas' son, James. adding that "we've stepped on ;
rented unfurnished.A some toes we didn't mean to, ,
Pritchett Tho-
questioned Annual Free Century Water SoftenerIn
and we'll have to step on some
six-month lease the firm looked at mas at a special meeting
minimum ...s. to get city and county
would be required, with a one- several parcels of land on SR. Wednesday night about dit- more run on a businesslike Home Clinic Oct 27-29-30 .
standard and no subletting 230: >, Bessent Road and other E/L''EV ches opening up in the area of governments basis."
year paving, saying that either the
right Davis said. areas, real estate salesman Agreeing to require council
t If forced to provide private Ralph Bryan said he advocated BAPTIST CHURCHCHURCHSCHEDULE street markers were .in the approval for all paving was a will make six .
sewage and waste treatment, the SR-100 location rrorrurtrtrATaI step in the right direction, A Factory trained technician a )l }.
DS&N will know what it is because he thought there Head Nurse. Shadd commented.
doing. Davis and Sabis are would be less opposition to the point softener and water check of your system,
(From Page 1))

consulting Gainesville, designing engineers water in, locale."It's a naturally isolated UI a -rrrrartTCRulcu 1.11.. Ij At the Oct. board meeting, I City Okays. including timer, salt setting etc., on any makeor 1.

sewage, paving and draining location, and I was really .--: Mrs. King said she was not opposed model !
plans for private develop- surprised that there was su heM F ----r to the change, provided (From Page 1)Tin t

would upgrade the hospital.She just not sure how it .
said she had come to the should be." There is 'no for the J
obligation or on
No Gimmicks f' WPXE Radio Bradocast meeting to find out why the Administrative overtimealso expense

Sunday morning at 8:35.: move had been made. She received a 3.2 majorityvote. spot adjustments. Century invites its customers
that the doctors
> n Sunday morning Training cited a case Councilman Warren ; -.
Hour, 10 a.m.; Sunday had complained of as when motioned to allow $600 of mis- and owners of make softener to call Century .
Worship Service, 11 some supplied had been any
0UIUJI3 :; morning cellaneous expense funds for
Fla. rather
C lrr' a.m.Training; Sunday Hour, 6 p.m.Sun evening; slipped than Starke to Stuart, Fla., when overtime putting pay out to clerical the bills.help collect at 721-0766 (Jax.) Today and register ".'

day evening Worship Service, Board members told her the; "Nothing was added to the
7 p.m. doctors said the nurses did not. budget It is merely a line for free softener check. i "
zc i mUI]i; I30 : Wednesday Evening visit the patients enough and change," Schaefer said, join- ,
Worship Service, 7:30: pm. did not smile. ing Warren and Epps to pass
7 Pastor, Roman Alvarez; Mrs.King has been with the the motion. "Century The Well Specialists"
V Youth Pastor, Gary Wheeler. hospital 19 years and head "All we did tonight was put -
E. n Church, 964-6490; Parsonage nurse for several years. She the budget into action so _
'74 Fiat X-19 '740pet Kadet 2 964-8877 will continue at the head nurse, Merrill can pay the bills. It
De Mid. En"n. Eep.rlmental, Bronze, Station wagon. N.w ) "The Country Church with position until Edmondson can can be adjusted, amended or 904-786-8430 \
r- Btu' *. 4Spd. RAM On Radlab. Own. BAM r. 4-tpd. Air Corn Do. the Heavenly Message." find a new one. He is still changed as we see fit later,"
$3799 $2899 Si;: Located 3 miles west of interviewing people for the Schaefer said of the evening's
a Starke on Hwy. 100. position. action.
.ii C

'74 CIS Jeeps :Ian.
E '74 Mazda RX4 .
A -
Gold i Cyl.
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