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 30, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven ., .

97th Year STARKE,< FLORIDA IS Cents ," ,
15th Issue Thursday,October 30,1975 Copy .



Decision Irks

I Smokerisie Residents '

disgruntled group of some 40

: Smokerise perty owners left a Bradford "... : ,1,1f
County.Zoning Board meeting
Tuesday night, smarting
under an adverse decision by
the beard, and already
q7 planning to regroup forces for ) e41 1 1a

an appeal to the County Mtt
Commission Monday.
Bona contention was a '
special uses permit granted to 4 sa4a
C.B. Bullock, Jr., himself a
S ,. 1'M r f resident of Smokerise, for

i : : $80,000 construction tennis of.club a facility proposed, to f

; -4 c Lt include-club house with game ,

____ rooms;rand an Olympic size I
pool., .
.The Smokerlsers .
Indignant ,
,. /,. who successfully defeated a Tennis Club promoter C.B. Bullock'(left) and opposition spokesman II.A. Reaves confront "
rezoning request last year one another In crowded hearing room.
::1 ,: ,; 1m that 'would have permIttedCOll8tpi1Ctlon
be of A-frame construction,
of a conveniencestore ,t
and would contain 2,500
on the same property, feet of idt'
square space. ;
left the amid chargesthat
meeting Clifton said they would
the board s decision was
itf ; ', '"already setup" and that attempt to enhance the

: 'i fll members had disregarded the' property by landscaping the and
constructing facility to
wishes of a of
majority make asset out of
J : an a large S'S
t .1'1 : '" property owners in the area.
sinkhole the
Ji. on property,
'.,[ .I' ., f 'r.I" 'It "We'll be back," was the rather than having it remain a

$t 'I'. I .' ,, parting shot of G.H. Jacksonof liability, as at present.
t :, \
1' H.A. Reaves of
Little Lake
Bedford Lake when told the
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!(, : : : .
Bedford led off for the
',' .. opposi-
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; ,. : "I\ .... t unhappy delegation could
,t t( .H \ '. ( ,.; "1-. people iu the area would
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,"ID' :.. ""' .... : Monday to the County Commission become
members of
the tennis
.... .. ," I >whose members
club to make it profitable.
have final jurisdiction in zon-
Just Enough To Have Some To EatIt \ing matters. -said In answer the to a query, Clifton
Smokerise''', residents, who family membership
was less than'a handful of seed that L.C. Sapp planted clenny area who gave him the pumpkin seed, told him.;'Sapp repeatedly--described themselves fee would be $350 initially, for'
among his corn, but as can plainly be seen he got literally planted the seed In hills about four feet apart.: The vines \ as mostly retired per- the first year, and.$150 an- .

'hundreds of pumpkins of and shapes. Sapp and .spread: over, two acres_ and. grew chest high. > jfy--. stin ..,.'oid to play..tenns,) ,'; nually. after that. Concerned SnokeriseSubdlv1 ion fctldenU study plans for j jpropo
daughter;Angera.D.Mal dome of the billerspeclmen.out-of. ..+.1'J: > J the field. Sapp can't market his pumpkins for -al property owner, Bald.'*there ..J 'h"...... -'- _'
enough so he ca. smelling mood as they ques- t:: 'L -" """' ....
"Just throw these In with your corn and you'll have all the ford to haul them out of the field on his farm oa SR-225 near tioned Bullock and his associate were too many unanswered "
pumpkins you can eat," Sapp said the man from the Mac- Water Oak Creek. So, he's turned the cows In on them. William Clifton concern- questions concerning the project

Ing their plans, or lack of adding""It doesn't smell Man 2 Juveniles
good to me. Lee said he had
for what Bullock ,
Of described as a "family type" been unable to determine
Possibility Higher Utility Bills project. from courthouse records just

" .., "Do you plan to build a clubhouse who owned the 5'/z acres in Caught For
4 and then come back question, and charged the ShootingInto
later for a liquor license?" project would be "just a
f : Looms In New City Spending PlanSTARKE Jackson asked. breakthrough in our residen-
Bullock's reply "Not at this tial zoning." Cars On SR16STARKE
./ JL C=' time," brought "i told you so" "These people are talking
After a month of usage this year. Last year, Because more energy can fees $1,200, down $100;' murmurs from the crowd, but about spending a lot of money,
living within the newly- income for electricity,water, be generated by the power miscellaneous $14,500, up Zoning Director L.M. Gaines but they have presented no -' A 30-year-old was released by the county
, adopted 1975-76 budget, city sewage and garbage pickup plant with natural gas than $7,000; occupational licenses interjected that under special- plans, or any other details," National Guardsman and two jail on $1,000 bond.,
clerk Merrill Edwards still totalled $1,316,161.76. That fuel oil, four of five council- $15,000, down $11,000; road uses regulations, the permitwas Lee charged. juveniles were arrested this
thinks that the City of Starke figure has been upped to men agreed that additional and bridges tax $9,019, down issued for a specific use Clifton replied that the week and charged with shoot
will be in sad shape when the $2,766,580.58 for the upcoming income from the generation of $2,000;: penalties on licenses only, and that the tennis club developers were reluctant to ing into cars with a highpowered Goodall is charged with
I year is over unless some fiscal year. electricity may be expected."I $200, down$50; special assess-' promoters could not sell or spend money on blueprintsuntil pellet gun on west SR-16 "principle in the first degreein
changes are made.Commissioner. Council is also counting on think upping our Income ment taxes $100, same; serve liquor without coming they had been assured of last weekend, according to the shooting a deadly missile
I I Marc lower expenditures for run- in the electrical department to transfer from utility servicestax back to the board for a changein zoning board clearance.A Bradford County Sheriff's into a vehicle."
, Jackson, lone dissenter in ning the city power plant, balance the budget is a fine fund $106,000, up $7,000; zoning. show of hands left no Department.
ratification of the $2.3 million from which it realizes the blk idea. If you need a motion, I'll transfer from utility system Bullock said the club would doubt that the delegation was
budget, anticipates those of its disposable income.At make it, offered newly- revenue fund $21,244, same; unanimous in its opposition to Larry Keith Goodall and
changes to be increased utility an Aug. 19 meeting of the elected councilman Joe pole rental $3,627, same; the project, although Reaves two 14-year-old boys were tIlc: ttiwn trier
rates for city cunsumers. council, Schaefer reportedthat Warren. garbage charges $84,900,' WomanCharged said he would be satisfied with arrested Tuesday evening and
Commissioner Harold Epps natural gas allocations to Estimated revenue in the same; and CETA police the board's assurance that no charged with the second-de- I
suggests that the city council small conservative municipalities general city fund amounts to supplement $24,570, up intoxicating beverages wouldbe gree felony. At least five
monitor spending and income would increase undera $554,469 of the total income $20,000. sold,and"nothing would be complaints have been filed
monthly, while mayor com- new bill before the Senate. this year. General fund items Garbage charges, new to done to depreciate the value of and more are expected, said
missioner Charles Schaefer Allocations of natural gas to are: the city this year, are our property." Chief Deputy Robert Green.
advocates an overall review in the city increased more than Ad valorem taxes $111,509, estimated to be onesevenththe Taking the delegation by
January, when expected in 1974-75, account- ,up $11,000; bonds and fines total city general fund in surprise, following the show of The activity apparently took
begun to use more electricity ing for nearly $40,000 over- $24,000, up $4,000; building the 1976 budget. In KillingSTARKE hands, board member Jerome place Friday and Saturday afternoon
and fuel for heating. spend on gas in the year's permits $2,000, down $1,500; All city employees receiveda Johns moved for adoption of nights as well as Sunday J
Council is depending on a budget and a cutback in fuel cigarette tax $136,000, down five per cent increase in the special use permit on the when the incidentwas

$450,000 increase in electrical oil costs.. $16,000; election qualifying (See Page 4) An air of property and Carl Edwards Chief reported Jimmy by Bowen.Starke Police

mystery surrounds the stabb- quickly seconded.. The vote
ing death of was unanimous. Bowen was driving a station
I Brooker Southside Schools a 50-year-old
Hampton, Starke resident Saturday Expressing her disappointment wagon into Starke about 6
night although a neighbor Margaret Wilson said, p.m. Sunday when the windowon Oct.31Halloween
woman has been arrested and "I can't understand, while all his side of the car was Carnival
W Set Traditional Halloween Celebrations charged with the murder. these property owners are struck by the projectiles, Southslde Elementary
Shirley Ann Moore, 29, was opposed to the project, the spewing shattered glass Parade 5 p.m.
board has still approved it." throughout the front seat.
Halloween's tomorrow, and raffle.3-speed bicycle and a The Hampton carnival features savings bond from the Florida taken' to the Bradford County Neither Bowen or his children Carnivals p.m.
it'll be time for the ghosts and Boston rocker will be given a bicentennial costume Bank at Starke. jail 'Sunday evening and Chairman Art Kiefer were hurt, however.No .
goblins to come out in full away in the raffle. Other contests are for the charged with murder of defended the action, saying Oct. 31
force at the three carnivals set Local celebrities in the funniest, most original and, Joseph Florence after appar "Just because there is a large more arrests are expected Halloween Carnival
for the weekend. sponge throw include Harold prettiest costumes. ently being observed by a witness amount of opposition does not in the case, althoughmore Hampton Elementary
''Southside and Hampton Epps, Lennard Register, A dunking booth and shoot to the event, according to mean the board goes along charges are to be filed, S:30p.m.:
Elementary Schools have set Richard Jockel, Joe Hull, Starke police reports., with the majority. We are said deputy John Dempsey.
their celebrations for Oct 31, Willy Mitchell, Randall Davis' ing gallery are new attractions City Investigator George looking for the best use of our The boys were turned over to Nov. 1
while Brooker Elementarywill Jim Lewis, Dean Cassels and in addition to the reg. Tomasovitch said there had property in certain areas and the Division of Youth Servicesfor Brooker Elementary
have its carnival Nov. 1. Dewey McKinney. War fish pond, duck pond, i apparently been an argument must do what we think best." processing and Goodall Carnival
Southside begins its car Tickets for the carnival may pony rides, dart throw, bottle during a drinking Parade 4:30 p.m.
nival at Westside Park at 5 be purchased at the special refreshment booths. Florence's home at 933 N.Oak Dinner s p.m.

p.m. It will be preceded by a' price of 12 for $1 Friday Other regulars include the Street in Reno, but details of Nov. 1
costume parade at 3:45: p.m. morning at school. Tickets the cake and toy walks, Hank Lott the death were not clear. LawteyQualifying Opens BC
Hosp. Auxiliary
The parade will originate at night of the carnival will be 10 and his band and a raffle. Florence BAZAAR
discovered in
the grassy lot behind city hall. cents each. Raffle tickets may .his bedroom was V..m.104p.m.
It is expected to begin the be purchase at school or at the judging, with the winner of Festivities begin at''5:30: occurrance at shortly about 8:30 after: the LAWTEY-Five positions in and Marshal M.M. Jordan are' Next to Stumps
march at exactly 4 p.m., and carnival. that contest getting a $25 p.m. on the elementary school Saturday stabbed to death p.m., the city government are to be undecided. Bradford Square
the children are asked to be at grounds. ,
.Tomasovitch said. An autopsy decided in an upcoming election Massey has served as a
the lot at 3:45 Brooker off its celebration
: p.m. Police ContractSTARKE with two Nov. :3!
Talking has been ordered to determine only incumbentssure commissioner for five non-
will onto
The parade move with a parade at 4:30:
the exact cause of death however of running. consecutive years. Both Bar. Brad. Co. Commission
Thompson Street proceed for to the Starke p.m. A chicken and rice Three council ':30a.m.
Contract presentation :i. seats, the bara Jordan and her husband,
to Cal Street. where I it will go Council Nov. 4. dinner follows at 5 p.m. Cost marshal and clerk Lawtty Council
negotiations have begun City In other police action this spots are to M.M. Jordan, "haven't discussed -
west to Orange Street and on between city police and the Representing the PBA at for the supper is $1.50 for week, two young Starke men be voted on in the Dec. 2 elec it (re-election) yet," :30p.m.: .
Park. (Parents for children.
Westside adults 75 cents
to their child to City of Starke, according to meetings are Alachua- and a Hampton resident were tion. and don't know if they will UGH Board
who do ont entire route Alachua-Bradford County Bradford president Bill New to the festivities .is an arrested and charged with Mayor commissionerRobert run. Mrs. Jordan is the lone 7130p.m.
walk the have the parade child leave Police Benevolent Association Beckerman regional directorLt. auction of new and used items petit theft of three rose bushes Scott has announcedhis woman on the council and has ff
should (PBA) spokesman Lt. Lane of any and everything. early Sunday morning. Intent to run. He has been served for eight years. Mr. Nov.
when the procession turns Sibley.Approximately. Herbert Melzuious, city Besides the auction, a greased Randall Phillip Thomas, 18. on the council for 12 years and Jordan has been the marshal Starke Council
onto Orange teller "Importedfrom 35 proposalswere police investigator George pole climb and ring toss are George Fonzo Prevatt 19, and was elected mayor by t fellow for 13 straight years. 7p.m. .
A fortune Jacksonville" is presented to city clerk Thomasovitch and police new activities. William Gene Rhoden 24, commissioners two years ago. Qualifying begins Saturday, U.C.Commission
at among the Merrill Edwards appointed department spokesman Lt. Regular attractions include were arrested around 1:30: This will be Scott's seventh ,Nov. 1, and ends at noon Wed fiMa.m.
Southside new carnival.highlights A dragon meethwith commission to Lane Sibley. the sweet shop, tractor ride, Sunday morning while attempting term. nesday, Nov.11 The city hall 1 CwrtnvOfSommunltjj
PBA representatives Sibley said that the three sponge and bottle throws, to remove the plants office will be open from 10
crawl, haunted house other and at meeting Friday.. and a half hour Oct.24 session. I duck pond,dart game, fortuneteller from Hosier's Monument and City Clerk Lucille Shuford a.m. until noon Nov-,1,;and the :( 1
:jewelry' booth are new Oct. 24. Eighty percent of the was "very productiv. and country store andrefreshment at 301 S. Walnut will try to retain her office. from 1 p.m.to 3:30 p.m. on Mate lank
'attractio proposals were agreed upon at' Thomasovitch said that clerk stand. Nursery. She has served in that positionfor Wednesdays thereafter. ., .
;.Re -"Ing favorites are that time. Edwards showed both'foresl.ht There will be a raffle for a The men were released Sun two years.Council Absentee voting will be aa..M,..NSW.-6.WN w Up '.

bingo t cake walk, country Another meeting will be and enlighten rifle, bicycle, radio and mixer ''day; on 9200 recognizance persons Spurgeon Monday, Nov. 24, from 1 p.m. .._. .Otfttlt nlWrMat.re.j C
{store, doughnut fry and a held to prepare the agreement ment" during the talks. during the evening bond. Massey and Barbara Jordan until 3:30: p.m. ""..... .



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Mr.Celebrate And Mrs.50th Joe Anniversary Martinez r---- --;SPccial SPtde @! Ite Jr WJ !

lace and centered by a three
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez,
cake. Cditor 964.7608
tiered wedding Society
whose wedding was October Wooly -- -
J.A.Martinez cut the cake and ---
29, 1925, were honored at a --
Mrs.Joe Pizzo presided at the
50th wedding anniversary surprise

dinner Sunday given by punch The bowl.Martinez children are Mr. Mrs. Freddie Watterson
children and grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pizzo of
children.The cake table was covered Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Grandin Lake
with a gold cloth edged with Martinez Grand and with a I st
Shores. great lace and was centered if&- 4
grandchildren are Mr and bridal umbrella decorated I
Mrs. Don Watson, Scott, Todd I with white flowers and '
and Marc of Mandarin; Mr. greenery. Also on the table I'
and Mrs. Larry Martinez, Mr. was a picture of the honored lI
and Mrs. Rick Mikles and Mr. a) couple on their wedding day. M
and Mrs. Brad Pizzo of Jack Carol Coleman L Je, In charge of the gift table at V4f
sonville, Allan Pizzo of intervals were Mrs. Jerald

Tampa. MichealOsteenEngagement Baldwin, Mrs. Jessie Ricks,
I Those attending a small Mrs. G.L. Lovell, Mrs. Roman
reception in the afternoonwere ToldMr. Alvarez and Mrs. Gary
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wheeler.

Torode, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph The cake talbe was covered
Sink, Mrs. Pauline Torode, and Mrs. Hilton Cole- with a white organdy cloth
1 r) ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Red Buford, man of Starke announce the with lace inserts over pink .f 4
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, engagement of their daughter, linen. The four tiered cake 4
k P Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carol Ann, to Michael H. l' decorated with pink rose N7 IZr rylro
DiBona and Mrs. Margaret Osteen, son of Mr. and Mrs. : : J, was and leaves with a
Alvarez, Tampa; Mr. and Howard L. Osteen of Bedford .. bride and green groom and 25th in
Mrs. A.J. Anders, Lawtey; Lake.
the cake
Mr and Mrs. Edwin Torode, The wedding will be held in M.'N silver on top. Cutting
Ward Sr.
Robert ,
Nicole Palatka 1976 in the Morgan Road 1 were Mrs.
Ill, Billy and May, J Ji Reddish Mrs.
Schwab Gaines Church.All u. Mrs. Vernon
Eddie Baptist
and t Ff&ytk ,
Mrs. W.T
ville. friends and relatives are .i + ,t\.4 John Greene 1
invited to attend.Teresa ;, a. } Smith. ,
'By LawsonDINOSAURS : (... '.1 f1 Behind the cake table at the

Hosp Auxiliary To 't'&; ;i.it "tt., end of the room was a large
Statzer; ,;01"11-, .., ; ii / archway covered in greenery
LARGE AND SMALL Hold Bazaar Nov. 1 .\ with silver leaves. Also
Dinosaurs have been Mark Jackson throughout the party room
depicted in literature, and At Brad. SquareThe : { was greenery, yaka trees and

in fiction movies, as great Engagement Told palms.Serving.
beasts. Some were ponder. Bradford County I -i I' 7w. as floor hostesseswere
ous in size, occasionally Hospital Auxiliary will hold a Mr. and Mrs. James Statzerof $ Ms. Betty Ann Alvarez,

weighing as much as SO Christmas Bazaar Saturday, Jacksonville, formerly of / Miss Charlotte Whitehead, ,
tons. (Estimates vary a Nov. 1, in the vacant store Starke, are announcing the A Miss Joan Dyal, Mrs. J.M. I ." ..".,a., ....... .. ..... v'. ....

great deal, even among next to Stump's DepartmentStore engagement of their daughter Norman, Mrs. J.G. Jackson,
historians. Fifty tons is in Bradford Square from Teresa, to Mark Jackson of Mrs. B.M. McRae, Mrs. W.L. Beth Charles Blalock
usually considered as 9 .m. Ponte Vedra, son of Dr. and 't Thomas and Mrs. Owen
maximum..I) Homemade items and gifts Mrs. C.R. Jackson of Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Mrs. Jerry Dyal. Standing in Alvarez, Jr.
will be featured. Ga. Watterson celebrated their the receiving line were Mr. Among the approximately Repeat Wedding Vows Oct. 17 '
However, not all Dino- The Auxiliary will also havea 25th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Watterson, Mrs. 150 attending those from out-
saurs were that large. rummage sale Saturday, Mr.Jackson is employed Statzer is by Sunday,October 26 from 3 to 5 W.C. Ward Mrs.Pete Barton, of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. Miss Beth Carman Chap- smocked by her grandmother i-,
Miss a
Some were very small-in Nov. 8.Mrs. Winn-Dixie. Parker p.m. at a reception at the Pine Miss Mary Louise Watterson, Lynn Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dukes and was
t, fact, about the size of a senior at Terry High Leval Baptist Church Miss Marcia Watterson and Maxwell, Hampton; Mr and Mrs. A.W.' Chapman of Rai- trimmed in lace and pearls
--- ---- in Jacksonville.
dog. In between the two School educational building. John Watterson.Mrs. Mrs. Donald Crews, Mr and ford, and Charles Edwin Bla same as on the neck of the
extremes there were Dino- J.C. Wallace of Guests were greeted at the Arthur Patray and Mrs. English Hilton, Mr and lock, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. dress. She wore an elbow
saurs of all sizes. The larg- Jacksonville will be weekend A June wedding Is planned. door by Mrs.W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Hugh Hutson kept the Mrs. Fred Haislop and C.E. Blalock, Sr of Starke length ivory veil trimmed
est of the beasts was the guest of Mrs. J.R. Kite. guest book at a table covered granddaughter, Mrs. Marge were united in marriage Friday with matching lace, and worea

Brontosaurus. (Try pro' .... with a white linen cloth over Bishop, Jacksonville\ ; Mr. and October 17, at 8 p.m. in diamond teardrop pendantand
nouncing that!) green edged with lace and Mrs. Buford Mitchell, Mr. and the Madison Street Baptist diamond earrings, a giftof
held a memory candle Mrs. Ralph Fillman, Miss Church with Rev. Denton the groom. She carrie< Despite their size. Dinosaurs .it>j-. ;DieL pernini decorated with pink and white Gladys Tillis, Mrs. E. Fraher Sumrall performing the cere- cascade of talisman roaqs! ,
did not provide ser- ft flowers at the base. Williams\ Miss Marsha Kay mony. feathered with sprengerii.11A
mankind. We i Mrs. E.L. Norman, Mrs. decoratedwith reception was held in the
vice to hope BUILDING CONTRACTOR Patray,Miss Marlynn Patray, The altar was
you won't say that about us Ralph Fillman, Mrs. Mark Keystone Heights; Miss an arch covered with church fellowship hall. MRS.
,. because service is our Slate C.tifi.J Moody and Mrs. John Kenny Martha Sue McCain, Mrs. eucalyptus, jade and spren- Denton Sumrall greeted the t
specialty. Come in today CUSTOM presided at the punch table at Virginia McCain, Mrs. Robert gerii ferns and held clusters of guests at the door and stand-
and sample the service, 496.2185' intervals The table was Ward, Jr., Wildwood; Mrs. three round balls made of rust ing in the receiving line were
BUILT covered with a white linen Bob Chapman, Lake City; Mr. and apricot colored flowers. the bride and groom, thejir
COMMERCIAL cloth over green and centered rail parents and bridal attendants.Miss
and Mrs. Z.W Hamilton, Around the choir was a
HOMES CONSTRUCTION with a punch bowl encircled Brooker; Mrs. Marian garland of sprengerii fern Susie Byers kept',Ithebride's
with pink and white car Neiland and Mrs. Debbie interspersed with rust and book.

t I COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER. nations and greenery. Thigpen, Alachua; Mr. and apricot colored flowers. A green, rust and apricot
covered color motif was carried out in
STARKr fLORIDA L- The gift was Mrs. John Greene and Curtis,
with covered the hall decorations. Behind
I with a beige!. cloth edged Blanding.
Camp the cake<< table was an arched
: colored candles'and' candles ; .
- -
4.- candelabra with burning rust
in each window.
S . Little Women'T, were Mrs.:' Edward Ripplinger, colored candles and greenery,
.. ''and' palmswere placed,'jit
J organist, and Randy
Have NeedlepointProgram Williams, soloist and guitarist points of interest.
The round bride's table was
Selection Nov. 3 nuptial, presented music. a program of covered with a full gathered

checked cloth, centered -
Terrific Mr. Blalock attended his son yellow
.t) Mrs. A.J. Barry of the ,as best man. Ushers were by the bride's cake.
of the flanked by rust and apricot
Magic Needle will present the Jerry Blalock, brother
program at the Little groom; Wiley Owens, cousin, mums and sprengerii fern.
Women's Club meeting and Gary O'Steen.' Mrs. A.W. Gaylord of Bran-

Monday, Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. at Miss Pamela Jo Chapman ford and Mrs. Jerry Williams
the club house. attended her sister as maid of cut the cake. H
24; of Jeans All members are urged to honor. She wore a rust qiana The groom's table was covered

attend to make plans for the gown with low cut V-neckline. with a burla p floor length
.. Christmas formal. The front skirt gathered softly cloth with wide ringed( edge.
v Hostesses will be Pam onto the bodice and had long One end of the table held.tin
Tucker and Barbara Godwin. straight sleeves. She carried a arrangement of birds of pura-
& Shirts wicker basket of fall flowers dist, protea, accented With

UDC Will MeetWednesday consisting mums, champagne,of apricot daisies fuji beautiful piece placed of driftwood.behind a

and rust Sandwiches and chocolate\
Nov. 5 pompoms.Miss
1 Debbie Scott, Miss cake were served by :miss\

The W.T. Weeks chapter, Amy Blalock and Mrs. Randy Gayle Owens, cousin of
,,.0'. UDC, will meet Wednesday, Jones served as bridal atten groom. Coffee was served by
Nov. 5, at 3:30: p.m. at the dants. Their apricot qiana Mrs. Charles Hutcheson.The
.' .. table held a centerpiece
'. Parish House on gowns were fashioned similarto
Church Street.Hostesses the honor attendants, and of apricot gladioli,
Lsea. will be Mrs. they carried the same wicker roses, apricot daisies and rust
Sr. Mrs. baskets and flowers pompoms. Presiding at the
George Roberts, ,
Hicks, cousin of the punch bowl were Miss Jan
O.L. Haynes, Sr., and Mrs. Cathy
Searle and Mrs. Josie
flower girl.
S.L. Peek, Sr. was
wore a long apricot gown with Williams.
-- ------. rust skirt and the neck and Also assisting in serving
DJ sleeves were trimmed with were Mrs. David Lawson,
Mrs. Lola Johnson, Mrs. ivory lace. Mrs. John Riggs, Mrs.
E.D. Tenly, Jr., Mrs. Henry Jody Hudgins, cousin of the Charles Scott, Mrs. William
Godwin and Mrs. Callahan was ringbearer.The Epps, Mrs. Leaton Morgan,
aj Fertig were in bride, given in Jr. and Mrs. P.T. Nolin.
J Tuesday to judge the 4H adult marriage by her father, worea Following a wedding trip to
clothing and home sewing at with Callaway Gardens and P lie
qiana gown
j the Nassau County Fair. low V-neck. The neckline was Mountain Ga. the couple jis
trimmed with lace and seed residing at 315 N. St. Clair
Mr. and Mrs. Richard pearls. The long tapered Street. \
I Landis of Jacksonville Beach sleeves were enhanced with a The bride is a 1975 graduate
I i e1 were Friday overnight guestsof wider lace which matchedthat of BUS and is employed at
Rev and Mrs. John Flynn on the neckline. The Bullingtons.Mr. \
1 t'rl and all attended the UF simple lines of the skirt softly Blalock is a 1974 ga-
) homecoming game.: flowed from the empire waist. duate of BHS and is employedat

Her long, flowing train was Blalock's Meat Market.f ftBlRTHs J
Mr. and Mrs. Keith fully gathered onto a low
Gillingham and family of rounded yoke. She wore a
Tampa spent the weekend fabric headpiece, the materialthe
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. same as her 'dress, )

4'' Sgt. and Mrs. Michael(jew

tJ announce the birth of a spn,
7 / Michael Steven Tew,Jr., born
PUBLIC NOTICETHE Oct.: 3 in Frankfurt, Germany.
I Grandparents are Mr. ,and
J Mrs. James W. Gaskins] of
: Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.



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Edwards announce the arrivalof

a son, Timothy Weston,
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J.1i; a General Hospital in' Gainesville -

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'( Mr. and Mrs. George C. Payneof
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1 ,., .' SATURDAY, NOV. 1,5 P.M. TIL ? paternal grandparents are

'I Charge Welcome; Mrs. Violet Conner and Mr.

,f 1 : BE SURE AND COME AND BRING A FRIEND Tommy .F,' Edwards, both of
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Jacque Gaskins Local Innkeeper Receives Honor

Honored At fbt. James Poole, innkeeper of chosen on'the' basis of quar-
the Holiday Inn of Starke, has terly Inspection reports, occupancy -
Bridal PartiesMiss been selected among the In- rates and personal
ternational Holiday Inn Involvement with civic ac-

Jacque Gaskins,whose Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves Mr.and Mrs.Tommy Talley Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas System's top ten percent tivities.
marriage to Robert B. Turner and children spent Saturdayto and son of Jacksonville were were vacationing in the innkeepers for 1975. The four; day business
will be an event of Friday weekend of The award in conference, attended by
Tuesday in Key West and guests Mr. and Mountains last week. was presented
night, Oct. 31, has been complimented Palm Beach. Mrs Jim Talley, Jr., Smoky Memphis, Tennessee, Oct. 20 representatives of more than
with several during the annual conferenceof 1,700 inns from 44 countries,
parties during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jordan Strawberry Plants for Sale Mr. and Mrs. W.R. the International also honored food and
On Tuesday, October 14, at and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Holton At Rosier's NurseryMrs. Richardson visited Disney Association of Holiday Inns. beverage directors,
7:30: p.m.a bridal shower was Winning housekeepers and sales
attended the funeral of their World last Tuesday. innkeepers were
given for Miss Gaskins by Ms. ., mother, Mrs. W.T. Jordan, in Jessie Kintzer of managers.
Debra R. Jones at the home of Shreveport,La. on October 16. Winter Haven is visiting her Mrs. Ira Wells of Gulf
Mrs. L.W. Robinson in grandson and family, Mr. and
I I Breeze is visiting her parents,
Gainesville.The / Strawberry Plants for Sale Mrs. Richard Welty, this Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae (
party rooms were At Rosier's Nursery week. W0li3
this week.
Ellen Bloodworth decorated and with arrangementsof daisies 'iIli3DB( ( 10li3
white ,
and yellow Juanita Forman Mrs. Eva Neill and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mr. and Mrs. John Myers
Michael Miller mums greenery. Mrs. Howard Taylor of In- Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. returned Sunday from a Jobs
the hours
During party Dennis CohenEngagement Mo. last Charles and Or large
were played and prizes dependence were McQuaig familyin vacation at St. Petersburg Small
games week visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ga. from
Wedding Dec. 20 awarded to Ellen Bloodworthand Told Waycross Beach, Crystal River and
Mrs. Wayne Douglas. Levon Andrews, who showed Thursday to Sunday. Tequesta.Mr. .
their of interestin )
Among the 20 invited guests General G. Forman guests points
Mr: and Mrs. James of Ft.
Florida while here. Mrs. Kate Sheppard was in
and Mrs. Eldon
E. Lauderdale Sapp
Franklin Bloodworth an- were Mrs. Wayne Douglas and Mrs. Inez B.
mother of the bride-to-be, Forman, Fort White Friday to Monday were Sunday dinner guests of
nounce the engagement of an-
mater- Mr. and Mrs. Robert visiting Mrs. Letha Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers in .
Mrs. S.C. Harley, Sr., nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lynda Ellen
Barksdale of Humboldt,Tenn. Mr.and Mrs.T.H.Slade and Jacksonville.Mrs. w
nal Mrs. J.W. their
of grandmother, Juanita, to
to Michael Miller
Eugene Cohen.The have returned to Starke for a Mr.and Mrs. Bill Glover were .
Gaskins, paternal grand- Pvt. Dennis .
Bainbridge, Ga. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Miller of mother, Mrs. Janet Turner, prospective bridegroom month. in Tallahassee over the Charles Darby, Miss
mother of the prospective is the weekend and attended the Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville,
..Danville, 111. son of Hamp Cohen, Strawberry Plants for Sale .
Miss Bloodworth graduatedfrom groom and Mrs. James Daytona Beach, and Mrs. At Rosier's FSU game.Strawberry Mrs.Grace Spencer of Winter
Bradford High School Barron, maternal grandmother Lillian Cummings of Starke. NurseryDr. Haven and Mrs. Lee Akridgeof .
Plants for Sale
of the groom-elect. Miss Forman Is Lake Butler spent last weekat
and Valdosta State College, a 1973 gra- and Mrs. Adams
At Hosier's Nursery
Valdosta, Ga. with a bachelorof The hostess presented the duate of Orange Park High the Waynesville, N.C. and
weekend with Mr.
science in criminal honoree with a lovely dried School.She attended modeling toured the Smoky Mountains.Mr. .
Mowing Blade Iii
justice. flower and Mrs. R.R. Turnipseed, Sr. Harry Gillyard, L.F. ao cine
school in
arrangement. St. Louis and is
She is an Employment Inter- now in East Point, Ga. They Gillyard and Lewis Ingham of
viewer with Florida State employed at Moosehaven brought back Mrs. Adams' Jacksonville were last .and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand 964-5230 Jim Martin
----- Health Center. daughters were visiting
Employment Service in mother Tuesday dinner guests of Mr.
The Mrs. J.H. Moseley, relatives in Williston
Starke.Mr. Miller graduated from Mrs. H.C. Stephens honored tended Bradford High School at- who had been visiting Dr. and and Mrs. Tullie_Norman.__ mu m_____ Sunday.
Mrs. Jay Moseley in Knoxville -
Miss Gaskins with a bridal and
Daytona Beach Community -
Danville, 111. High and Valdosta School, State Danville shower Friday, October 17, at College. He is a private in Tenn. for two weeks. .

College with a bachelor of arts her home in the Pinebreeze the U.S. Army. r BALDWIN
Mrs. L.J. Green the
subdivision. The couple is spent
planning to be
in sociology and a master of A
week with her Ar- :
past son,
science in sociology and Approximately 25 guestswere married at 6:30: p.m.Jan. 17 at
chology. He is employed psy-by invited to this affair, all St. Mark's Baptist Church in chie, in Miami.Strawberry .
Decatur-Seminole Training of which were former class- Middleburg.
Center School for mentally mates of Miss Gaskins. Plants for Sale
retarded children in Bain- Among the guests were Mrs. -. -----i-. At Hosier's NurseryMr. CHEVROLET

bridge, Ga. Wayne E. Douglas, mother of Mr.and Mrs.Eddie Douglasand and Mrs. David Mont-
the honoree.
'The will be Satur-
wedding family spent last Tuesdayto gomery and family were in
day, December 20, at 7:30: Friday with Mr. and Mrs. N.C.from
----- Bryson City, Fridayto
at the First United
p.m. Jimmy Rowe in Sanford. .
'Methodist Church with the Tuesday.Mrs. OLDSTHANK
Miss Gaskins was honoredat
at the Starke
reception Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookinsand
Woman's Club. a bridal shower by the A.J. Barry and
Mary-Martha circle of the family of Cartersville, daughter, Adrienne, spent
All friends and relatives are
First Christian Church on Ga. were weekend guests of Friday to Tuesday in Sags
invited to the wedding and
reception. Tuesday evening October 21, Mr. E.C. Dukes.Strawberry Charlotte, N.C. attending the
at the church Fellowship Hall. Southeastern Yarn Crafters
Plants for Sale
Guests were greeted at the At Rosier's Guild meeting and seminar. YOU
Duplicate Bridge door by Mrs. Edwin Williams NurseryMr. While gone Drew Barry spent
who presented them to the the weekend with his grand-
Holds Benefit For receiving line composed of and 'Mrs. J.R. Weldon parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.N.
Miss Gaskins, Mrs. and family of Jacksonville Barry in Newberry.
Douglas, Miss Claire Turner, spend Friday and Saturdaywith Last Week Was One Of The Best WeeksWe've '
Cancer SocietyThe Mrs. J.M. Barron and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Gladys Local admittances to -
J.W. Gaskins. Weldon. Mrs. Weldon will Bradford County Hospital this ?j '. _
Duplicate Bridge Club Mrs. Lola Zipperer invited have as visitors this coming week include: William Had I
held a benefit for the American the guests to the refreshment weekend, her son-in-law and Penzlin and Mrs. Agnes This Year.P j
Cancer Society Tuesday tables.- .. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. \,,, Humphries, KeystoneiHeights ? .... '. ... ,-...A..w: .:"ix ''''" .
night at the Pratt Street The table was covered with Patrick and daughter, Cindy, ; Joseph Bush, Mrs. ,. i,.
Recreation Center where a white eyelet cloth over gold of West Florida. Louise Rosier, L.J. Bennett,
there were seven tables in and centered with an arrangement Mrs. Pauline Taylor, Mrs. t AND YOU DID IT! !
of yellow and white Mrs. Janet Turner returnedlast Nora Grider, and Mrs. Grace
play.Winners were: first, North- daisies and white chrysanthemums. Thursday from a weeks Van Pelt, Starke; Alicia
South, Mr. and Mrs. John On either side were visit with Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Bedford, Lake Butler; LeslieS.
Clark; first, East-West, Kate double silver candelabraswith Hardee, Jr. in Fairfax, Va. Prevatt, Lawtey; Mrs.
Herndon and Frances Anderson. white tapers. Mrs. T.F. They all visited Washington Martha Petty, Putnam Hall;

i Jack. Second Burnette, North-South and Tom, coffee Brown service.presided at the silver Atlanta D.C., Charlottesville, Ga. Va. and and Raiford.Mrs. Jacqueline Rivers, MAC BALDWIN IS BACK NOW And Very

The punch table was .
Rowand East-West, Minou

Curtis Wainwright tied with Sanders.; Jeff and Wrenshall Third Hilda, North-Dey and cloth punch covered over bowl with was gold.a encircled white The crystal eyelet with I:::. Pleased With The Results of TheCat's

and white daisies.
South, Verna and Cagle greenery PreSeasonS4t
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Geibeig, East-West, Mr. and
Gerald Griffis Mrs. Fronie SaleWe're
i Mrs. Brian Hamilton Crews and Mrs. Don Staton. Away

The gift tables were covered
Whitworth Head8Prosecutor8 with gold cloths and centered HIAIIIIG i9
with arrangements of fall
Assoc. flowers. Mrs. Fred Dobbins
and Miss Betty Jane Morganwere

worth Eugene, state T.attorney"Gene"for Whit-the Miss in Vicky charge Turner of the, sister gifts.of Gonna Do It Again

eighth elected judicial president circuit of, was the the the guest prospective book. groom, kept

Other hostesses were Mrs.
Prosecuting At- .
Florida its John A. Reddish, Mrs. Homer
Association during
torneys Hart. Mrs. Mansel Ayers and
fall conference at Fort Myers Mrs. Jordan.
this past week. The Virgil hostesses presented the ABSOLUTELY No Reasonable.
The Association Is com- honoree with the platter to her .
posed of all state attorneysand chosen china. They also gave The Last Word In Comfort

. ,of throughout the assistant 20 the judicial state state.attorneys circuits the mothers bride-to-be corsages. and the Offer Will Be Refused On All

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>Wedding Party r u"' Gl< : '
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(From Page 1)) Sewer plant equipment and tank of gas a week until mis t r,1';'>. .
Wreck Unharmed salaries with adoption of thebudget. supplies, increased salaries, use of the privilege was -'
1;+i i i addition of a plant foreman brought to council attention by I by Nell Crawford
lubrication andnatural
A wedding celebration i The city fire department is expenses police chief Jimmy Bowen at
ended Sunday night for a '1 ,f allotted $85,657 for expenditures gas expenditures the council's Oct. 13 special Floating on a rubber inner
Starke man, with members of .: an increase of $7,000 account for the bulk of the meeting. tube on Lake Yojoa in the
the Nancy Ormsbee and Zack from last year's budget, increase. All but. the utility depart- Republic of Honduras doesn't
Edwards wedding party as ro although one fireman position The natural gas department ment were granted continuation seem like a very comfortableway
passengers, when the truck he will be eliminated in Januaryas will receive about the same of weekly gas allotments to bass fish, after fishingout
was driving failed to stop and } present fire chief Harold income as allotted last year, a until city officials could In- of today's modern bass
ended up against a dead end Ji 6' W. f { Glasgow retires and bottom total of $122,877.Renewal vestigate the possibility of boats.
sign. Y ., man is not replaced when replacement and getting additional vehicles for After reading ChuckRoberts'
betterment article in Field and
Three of the passengers t r each person moves up a step. funding was city use.
sustained minor injuries, but In I Yr 1,; l 'S i ii An increase of $4,000 was reduced $33,000 to a 1975-76 The City of Starke now Stream, I would be willing to
none were hospitalized. In the wl given the Starke Police allocation, of $117,000.A qualifies for excess govern- fish fron the banks of'' this
truck were the bride and Department, mostly in fiveper ment property and may obtainit newly-discovered hawg hole.
groom, Nancy Ormsbee and cent salary adjustments.From one-cent increase in the for free 12 months before it According to Roberts' ar
Zack Edwards; passengers ,i i its $154,243 allotments, cost of fuel oil to the city was becomes surplus, according to ticle, a 27-pound bass was
Felicia Rosier and Loren the police department hopesto announced by clerk Edwardslast commissioner Harold Epps. speared by a native. The
I Thomas, and the driver I asp'aa purchase a small, gas- week. The annual impactof Announcement was made largest landed by rod and reel
Jimmy Joe Wilkinson. saving car for the force, a the increase could account more than two months ago, was caught by an American
Wilkinson, 23, was leading I ; ., a' $3,500 expenditure in the for as much as $15,000 not but no action has yet been woman in 1957 official, a 24-pounder.
the traditional after-the- budget.' Policemen were cut incorporated into budgetary taken.-. Through claiming this One Honduran says he
in overtime excess property, the city may has seen bass that might
wedding chase on the Dedan $2,000 pay this figures, Edwards said.
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Church Road (SR-231A) to the i # year Council disregarded higher be able to obtain new or used weigh as much as 30 Ibs. -
couple's truck which was 'i Police income is supplemented utility rate Inuendos in studyof vehicles for only the cost of No one knows much about
hidden near Graham. Ap with fedeeral the budget, but did discuss going to get it, Epps said. this Central American lake.
funding through the Compre increases for Council decided to apply to The shoreline averages 12-20
proaching SR-18 at a high rate city gas users.
of speed, the truck failed to hensive Employee TrainingAct Councilman Vernon Silcox be sent a monthly list of ex- feet for several hundred
{ which boosted the cess property in an all-out yardsthen drops to 60-70 feet.
stop for a stop sign, skidded 24 depart suggested the council raise
effort to obtain vehicles. In places, it is 150 feet deep.
ment four and
feet, turned sideways, and by patrolmen rates for commercial users, had five
Council also authorized In- One
rolled onto the top of the north +: y $24,570. but allow residential cus
bass while fishing at
stallation of huge on
a generator near
Garbage and street depart- tomers much considerationas
side of SR-18 coming to rest ., c
; night but was unable to land
tower Pratt ,
the water
against a dead end sign. ment appropriations are up to possible should the increase
Wilkinson was charged with Ir $130,574 for the coming year, a go into effect. Street at the Oct.. 13 meeting. any of them. Says theycouldn't
careless driving and leavingthe bolster of more than $20,000 Residential consumers now '''The project will cost the city be turned they lust
Schaefer said and will kept going. (How
from 197475. Increase is $1,500, ,
scene of an accident where a pay 17 to 25 cents per therm,
there !is property damage. Straight-A tudent at BHS for the first six weeks are (l-r): Bottom Cindy Cissy??Clara result of purchasing a new or unit of heat, dependingupon provide the city with a backup night tournament on Lake
Johnson, and Linda Richardson. 1 in case the city Yojoa, Earl?) Also says they
Damage to Wilkinson's truck : Teresa DeVore and Carolyn Roller Back row Larry garbage truck as well as quantity of therms used. power
White, Kathy Locke, Laura pant fails temporarily.>> bust 17-pound test line like
was estimated at1,500.County Kay Thomas Cindy Edwards Robin Milner,and Judy Thomas.. salary boosts.A Commercial users are ; sewing thread.
$1,000 cut was dealt the char more than 17 centsa
of talk will
This kind give
city parks and recreation term regardless of Assault Trial
bass fisherman high blood
Tax 13 Earn Straight A's At BHSSome department in its $38,758 amounts utilized. any pressure, Right, Julian?
: for the
appropriation coming Reducing the inequities was Set Nov. 12I The lake was reportedly
year. Personnel salaries were topic of nearly an hour's dis stocked with Florida
Bills InHand 13 Bradford High SOPHOMORES cut, causing layoff of at least cussion at one budget session, I STARKE Paul Carter Noe largemouth bass twenty years
School students made straight Linda Richardson titer SOPHOMORESAB one employee, according to but no final decision was will be tried by a Bradford United Fruit Hauled the
A's for the first six weeks of recreation director Randall reached the If ago.
of Mr. and Mrs. Tinman on matter. Circuit Court jury here bass in 55-gallon drums on
classes. The six weeks ended Richardson, of Starke. Lindais Matthew Box, Cheryl Davis.Administrative. council decides at a later dateto beginning Nov 12 on a felony banana boats to.stock Lake
Oct. 13. There are 1,193 taking driver education, Boyette, Terry Carver, ap act on its discussion, sug charge of aggravated assault, Yojoa.
students enrolled. typing, physical education, Christina Easton, Sheila propriations totalled $179580, gestion of mayor commis Judge John J. Crews If all this is true you can
Nobody likes payin taxes. There were no A students in geometry, biology and speech. Fayson, Neva Flynn, Michelle including a new $600 fund for sioner Schaefer is to take the presiding.The rest assured that the present
But the tax collector officer the ninth and eleventh grades. Carolyn Roller, daughter of Gullion, Karen Reddish personnel overtime. City clerk sliding scale out of gas 32-year-old welder is world record bass of 22 Ibs, 4
has a special deal for those Straight A students are: Mr. and Mrs. George Roller, Charles Register, Kenny Merrill Edwards said the charges, allowing residentialusers charged with assault on Cecil ounces caught by the late
.I who pay early. 1974 tax bills Seniors Teresa Devore, of Lawtey. Her classes are Rodrigue, Cana Schmidt, increase was necessary to and commercial con Pressley with a folding knife George W. Perry out of Lake
have been in the hands of tax daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. driver education, advanced Margaret Smith, Priscilla assure prompt? processing of sumers to pay a flat rate for and double-barrell shotgun Montgomery, Georgia will
payers since last week. Devore, of Lawtey Miss math, physical education, Stalnaker, Kathy Taylor, utility bills to city customers. each therm used. without intent to commit soon be surpassed. .
Amounts owed, including dis Devore's classes are annual biology and shorthand.The Judith Williams. Overall, the administrative Another item of discussion murder. He was arrested six I don't doubt any of this
counts, are figured on the staff, pre-calculus, biology II, A-B and B Honor Rolls portion of the budget was up 'in budget consideration was days after the June 6, 1975 Lake Yojoa report, but I'm
bills. Chemistry II and speech. include: B $17,305 from the 1974-5 fiscal use of private vehicles by city incident. kinda like the man. from
Bradford County propertytax Cynthia Edwards, daughterof SENIORS' Christopher KingFRESHMAN year.Electrical. employees with gasoline ells Jury for the trial will be Missouri:
for this year totals Mr and Mrs. W.H. Ed water and sew cations by the city. selected Nov. 10. "Show me!"
$1.530,269. wards, Kingsley Lake. Her A-B age department accounted for Gas and utility department Trial of Velma Jean

If you pay in November, you courses are drama, annual Laura Box, Leslie Carlton, A-B $1,032,653 of the annual superintendents, the city dog Covington in the first-degree P.S. At present, this lake Is
get a 4 per cent discount. If staff, pre-calculus, Biology II, Brenda Carter, Andrew Todd Ashline, Jerald estimate an increase of more catcher and the police investigator murder of Tom Gunter is set free of hyacinths and hydrilla.
,. you pay in December, you get and Chemistry I. Crews, Judy Crews, Michael Baldwin, Jenecia Bright, than $61,000 from last year. have been allowed a for Dec. 9.
a 3 per cent discount. Januaryhas Cindy Gissy, daughter of Crews, Jerry Dampier, Vickie Corbitt, Marlene''
a 2 per cent discount rate, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cissy, of Denise Devore, Sharone Dawson, Share ce, Cynthia
while February offers a one Starke. Cindy's subjects Include Gainey, Cynthia Jackson, Dewitt, Dobbs, {
per cent saving. annual staff, Jennifer Jockel, Deborah Elizabeth Dyal, Tracy am
Paying in March won't save trigonometry and humanities. Johnson, Charles Marshall, George, Marcia Goodge,
you any money,and after that Anita Green daughter of Margaret Ann Norman, Scott Monique Gravel, Harry
you will be penalized. Penal Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green, Pooser, Jerome Reddish, Green, Cynthia Griffith,
/ ties include a 1.5 per cent per of Starke. Classes are Dannette Rodrigue Phillip Hall, Carlos Her Comb
month surcharge on tangible teacher's aide, annual staff Stalnaker Darlene Stancil Guy, nandez, Linda Johns, Stephen C
personal property and a 3 per and math analysis. Rosie Richardson, Sherrie Loznicka, Kirk Minton,
cent tax hike on real estate. Kathy Locke, daughter of Starling Debbie Thigpen, Melanie Morris, Louis Muir, a I l l
If don't Mrs. Joy'Torode"of Starke.- Nancy Payne, Lone Salazar II
you pay by Maylv "Wlllacd Wade, Kathy Wain! at substantial
i Her classes Rebecca Sheering, Lori Shinn, .
the tax collector's office are bookkeeping, I Iwright, Raymond Whittle.B .
advertises the taxes. Then the typing, pre-calculus, creative Marvin Tyson,. Irene Wain-
office sells a certificate writing and teacher's aid. wright, Theresa Williams .
against the property The Miss Locke is also a Thomas H. Williams, DonaldWilson. Savi.

original owner then has two cheerleader. Lewis Cooper, Randall ,
years from the previous Aprilto Robin Milner, daughter of Curtis, Robert E. Patterson, I 411 ,( ,t
redeem the certificate Mrs. R.L. of Starke. Randall Tillman. B Y r
before the property is sold. Miss Milneri{staking Dana Alvarez, Gladys Ayer, f are featured in this

I Tax Collector J.R. Kelly chemistry, English, shot JUNIORSAB Sharon Hobbs. K ,
said his office collected about thand and trigonometry.Nelda r.
74 per cent of the total taxes in Mosley, daughter of ut; '' BIG LA-Z-BOY SALE!
November last year. This Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd Mosley, of Lucy Bradley, Gina Brown, Little Spooks ..
year, he said, despite Starke. Nelda is a teacher's Ricky Brown, Keith Carter, :L ,
economic hard times, he' ,.aide and is taking commercial Danny Craig, Lisa Ekard, Need Protection; ., y 1 ,r,. t
expects 75 per cent if not more cooking and baking. Eoline Green, Tina Brown,
for the same month. Judy Thomas, daughter of Terri Hicks, Nancy Hildreth, Halloween Night i at
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomas of
Helen Lee, Bret Marchant, The Florida Highway Patrol '
Hampton. Her subjects are Cynthia Massey, Lynn reminds and drivers !'l
parents _
SignsTo horticulture and teacher's Moxley, Briar Patray Debra
to help protect the "spooks"on ., DENMARK'FURNITURE
aide and English. Patrick, John Samons, Mimi the streets Halloween .w++i 4ti; i r
Go Up Laura K. Thomas, daughterof Scott, James Starling, night. I" ,4x+".Cr t ,y ata'f ,ti.
Mrs. Seleta Thomas of
Starke. Laura's classes ,are Pamela Tucker, Robin Hood.B Parents are encouraged to :.c

In CountySTARKE English, speech, human Toni! Keith. use makeup instead of for masks children'sfaces that sl'.
physiology, Spanish HI and '
might limit vision; ,. 6N
"Hunt and teacher's aide. f ,,1
guess" will soon no longer be Clara Johnson, daughter of
the game one has to play in Mr. and Mrs. Cefus Johnson of

locating county addresses, Lawtey. Her subjects include T.V. ColorSALE k'
according to Bradford Zoning English,Spanish II Algebra, La-Z-Rocker-
Director L.M. Gaines. and library aide. ,, ,
"We will have numbers and Larry White, son of Mr. and
names by the first of the year Mrs. Olin White. His subjectsare Specially Priced ,
and possibly have signs up trigonometry, Chemistry
within six months," Gaines II, creative writing and {
saId. typing. / /
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Carnival week has come to held its annual Halloween OCTOBERBUYS I
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Carnival Oct. 25 from 6-10
mation,see the article on page
the school play-
1. See you at the carnival I p.m.ground.on Out of 16 booths, the
This week our teacher biggest successes were the i ttD
feature is on Mrs. Burney Dragon Crawl, Cake Walk, family centers
Winkler Mrs. Winkler is ori and Burled Treasure Hunt, Y !
move from Atlanta, Ga., but according to Loretta Mar-
to Florida during her chairman.
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teaching career in Jackson-' nival and a ribbon were Kemp of Lawtey, has been U.S.301. CENTERopen Starke,
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Mrs. Winkler taught English'and was at 7 p.m. Winner of the field at Chanute AFB,
other related subjects at Quarter of beef was Oleta Ill.
Bradford High School for five' Hardenbrook and the lOspeedbike The airman recently MR.CFFEEIITMBEAUTYCURL@ 3100
years. After a five year absence was Elizabeth Walker. A completed basic training at
from teaching. Mrs. big thank-you to everyone who Lackland AFB, Tex., wherehe DRY CURLER
Winkler began at Southside this raffle. studied the Air Force
Elementary as Media Specialist Gorge Ricks and his mission, organization and AUTOMATIC
and has been at Southside helpers are to be really received special j
for the past six years. commended for a fine job of Instruction in human rela- COFFEE ,MAKER u
She is married to George providing temporary lightingfor tions."ffl.
Winkler,a life-long resident of the carnival. Due to Tots of 'I 1025 --
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Guard at Camp Blanding. nel assistance, this year's the coffee never boilsl! tendrils,curls,or waves. Cool handle and tip.
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I Sweat, Jim Rye, Jeff Powell, PTA meeting at 7:30: p.m. The
Jeffrey Johnson, Tammy student candy sale begins on BATTERY CLOCK'
Richards, Donna Prescott this date. The homeroom
Marla Parley, andLinda selling the most candy will is a BIG month Llmit'l __ fit
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Field Goal Squeezes BHS 9-7 By Augustine;

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ST. AUGUSTINE It tookan turned around as Tornado -- -- --- --- play, linebacker Curtis Crawford
85 yard drive and a Jimmy Richard Lashley intercepted a making the stop.
Prevatt field goal from the Phillip Twine pass at the Then Twine sprinted out to
eight yard line with three minutes Jacket 44. his right, faking the keeper
left in the game fo BHS got off three downs, and threw 20 yards upfield to
squeeze Bradford High including a 19-yard pass from right end Paul Tart for a first'
gridders 9-7 by the Yellow QB Jimmy Prevatt to right down at the BHS 37.' Vernon
Jackets in St. Augustine last end Steve Ernest down to the Wilson hit off right tackle for
Friday night. Jacket 35. This time it was QB 4- 16 yards, cutting to the side-
"We played well enough to F (4Fullback Prevatt who fumbled the ball Trt line and breaking a tackle. f.Ig
win. I don't think either team away on the mishandling of a Monster man Emmitt Bright
played extremely well," said snap from center, SA tackle came up to make the stop at
Head Coach David Hurse of Jim Alsobrook recovering.SA the BHS 27.Fullback.
the way his Tornadoes gained got one first down when
their fourth win against two BHS let running back Vernon David Johnson got M
losses this season. Wilson get loose for 16 yardson three yards over the BHS left
Fumbling away the football a pitchout around right end side before linebacker Curtis
before BHS monster man Crawford stopped him. Twine
r on their first two possessionsof
the game, the Tornado Emmitt Bright came up to then kept on the sweep around)
offense floundered until late in make the stop. Noseman Scott left end, Willie Perry makingthe MtS
the second period when the Pooser, who led Tornado stop after four yards.On 55 5
punting of Jimmy Clark gave tackling with 13 for the night, Leaving St. Augustine tacklers In his wake Tornado QB Jimmy Prevatt fought his way to the third and three from the ,
BHS possession on the St. got in the Jacket backfield to SA three yard line to set up the winning field goal for Bradford. High Prevatt then kicked the' BHS 20, QB' Twine threw to ,
Augustine 40. throw Wilson for a two yard field goal from eight yards out Insuring a 9-7 BUS win. split end Gary'' Hurd in the
loss then tackled Twine corner of the endzone for the
The Tornadoes covered the Jimmy Clark QB on
distance with two passes. grabs a pass on the dead run the second down after a five Tornado roll. SA did not,''at- speedy Richard Lashley fakeda tion from his 21-, QB Twine St. Augustine score. and Wilson St.
Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt for a 14 yard gain on the BUS yard gain on the keeper tempt to return the punt.. down and out pattern, then sneaked for the first down, kicked the extra led point with 4:55
connected with fullback touchdown drive against St. around left end. Twine cut SA got less than five yardsin suddenly cut back: upfield going two yards up the Tornado Augustine 7-6 :
in the third
Jimmy Clark coming out of Augustine. back toward the middle and three plays. Twine punted toward the endzone. Lashleywas middle. From the 23 QB remaining The Tornado offense period.failedto J1e
the backfield for 14 yards, Pooser nailed him. again for 32 yards. BHS took five yards behind the SA Twine mixed his attack,
then threw a 31 yarder to Hurse. Coaches said after the Twine then tried to throw, over at the SA 40 where the come back immediately. SA
Richard Lashley in the SA game their Tornadoes may but Emmitt Bright inter kick rolled dead. The kicking linebacker Dennis Campbell
endzone for the score with 1:15: have been looking past St. cepted at the BHS 26. game thus placed the Tornadoes intercepted a Jimmy Prevatt tj
left in the second period. The Augustine to the big night with The Tornado kicking game in favorable field positionat pass at the BHS 35 and
snap from center on the extra Ocala Forest coming up began to tell in the second the St. Augustine 40. yard returned it 13 yards to the BHS a i iM
point try was mishandled, and tonight in Ocala. period. BHS drove the football t 22 yard line. St. Augustine hada
BHS had to be satisfied with The offense made a lot of 15 yards, Jimmy Prevatt line.QB scoring opportunity with
mistakes in the SA 13 yards the 'immedialely plenty of time left, but failedto
taking a 6-0 lead into the game getting on sweep Jimmy Prevatt -
dressing room at the half. Coach Hurse says. The around right end and Beaver went to the air with capalize as the Big Red
St. Augustine forced BHS to defense, over-all did a good DeSue getting seven yards off five straight passes. Tight end defense rose to the occasion.SA .
punt away the football after lob with exception of the one tackle, to the SA 43. From Steve Ernest couldn't hold fullback: David Johnson
kicking off to open the second long drive SA had in the there, Jimmy Clark punted 37 onto a low throw on first down. got two yards up the middle as
second half.Offensive. to the SA 20. Scott Pooser,Wayne Scott and
half. Starting from their 12 yards On second down QB Prevatt
yard line after Jimmy Clark's mistakes were Sam Bailey returned the threw short to fullback Jimmy Marty Russell jammed. the
43 yard punt, the'Yellow apparent right away Friday. punt for four yards to the 24, Clark running out of the. BHS. play..Wilson tried left end but
Jackets drove 88 yards in 12 The defense stopped St: but Tornado end Willie Perry backfield. Clark caught the got only two more yards as Cheerleaders Rhonda llar-
plays to score, quarterback Augustine without a first downon sacked Jacket QB Dale ball in a dead run and ran for Willie Perry made the stop. rell, bottom, and Brenda
Philhp Twine throwing 20 the opening series. The Pacelli for a two yard loss on 14 yards with the ball, to the SA David Johnson Is chased deep by end Willie Perry, on On third and fourth downsSA Roberts stand up and holler
went to the air. Twine
to end Hurd offense lost time in fumbling first down. Twine punted 26 SA 26 before he QB
yards split Gary no was stopped. ground, and end Jay Godwin, 82. tried for the tailback Wilson for Bradford High In St.
for the score. away the football on yards from his 26, BHS taking A motion penalty cost BHS Augustine.
Vernon Wilson kicked the BHS's second down, Beaver over on its 48. BHS failed to five yards, back to the SA 31, coming out of the backfield at
extra point to put SA up 7-6 DeSue losing the football in a. move and Clark's next punt and Prevatt missed Lashleyand defender when he caught Prevatt's moving the football inside and the 10, but missed on third
with 4:55: left in the third big pile up. 'traveled 47 yards to the SA DeSue on his next two scoring pass. outside, and using the pass down. On fourth down SA taking a good Tornado bounce
period. SA's luck immediately five-yard line with a good passes. On third down the The slim BHS margin was sparingly but effectively afterit pulled a fake field goal with to the SA 22. Twine got loose.
Except for the one drive, the .......... shortlived.SA kicked off out of was set up by the running Wilson, the kicker, taking the for 26 yards on the keeper over,
Bradford defense shut down bounds to open the second game.: ball and rolling to his left. the right side, linebackersPaul
the Jacket offense. Always half. BHS took over on its 40 Pooser and linebacker Cur- Wilson was chased deep by the Jenkins and Curtis
physical, the Jackets yard line, DeSue running the tis Crawford chased Wilson Tornado line, resulting in a Crawford chasing him down
again this season, forcing provedso I, football five yards in three down after four yards around short throw which fell incomplete finally at the 48 yard line. ,
BUS to give the football tries. Clark punted 43 yards left end. Lashley had to come to fullback Johnson. Then the Tornadoe defense-
twice before up the Tornado w ,, from the BHS 45, the ball roll up from the secondary to stop The Tornadoes, on the stiffened. Wilson got nothing,,
offense finally mounted the .v tt ing out of bounds at the St. Twine after a six yard gainer running of QB Prevatt and on the sweep, Emmitt Bright
fourth period 85 yard drive Augustine 12 yard line. and a first down at the SA 33. runningback DeSue, drove the and Kenny Aycox coming up
which culminated in SA was deep in its own territory Twine kept around the right ball out to the 40 from their 18.
QB '
See 7))
I Jimmy Prevatt's field.A Things looked even' end for four yards on the next Clark punted 38 yards, the ball ( Page
worse when BHS's Kenny
wet field was a factor in Aycox came up fast to toss
the game. St. Augustine was Wilson for a five yard loss, openMon.Wecl9Io8.
in a low pressure area Friday back to the SA seven, on a
night which saw a light rain pitchout try around left end. Thurs Sat 9 to 9.Sun12lotl IrIciIr
come down several times On second down and 15, QB : .
,. during the game. A sparse Twine threw to the speedy .
crowd braved the rainy nightto Wilson in the right flat. Wilsoncut
see the traditional encoun- inside the Tornado end, I ffff:
ter.Bradford forcing Jay Godwin to turn family centers
coaches blame the and chase him down, but not'' .
lackluster performance on theweek's before a 14 yard,gain out to the 1.L.f; 'f 'J'-fil "'f 1-f '
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lay-off prior to the SA SA 21. "' .1 : I' 'lIi'P.O'LWWWIJ'LJWL.J', !: ;) : a1 f1Jfi7fJl

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"An open date usually takes BUS tackle Marty Russell CENTER. ;
enthusiasm away from the Tackle Wayne Scott,70. and end Jay Godwin close In SA tailback Vernon Wilson I an exampleof stopped him for little gain.
next game," says Coach the tenacious Tornado defense. With a fourth and one situa- WIG SMITH!

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Baby Tornado Gridders 'Down

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STARKE Using a balanced breaker after the two teams nATIlTICI yards to the Vanguard 22before getting a BUS first down at the yard line on the first down
passing and running attack had battled to a scoreless INs V.nau.rd he was tripped by Mike Knight 15.
plus a strong defense Brad- 7 First Downs au Boyles. QB Norman recov- Pete play.With
deadlock in regulation play. charged up the Van- a goal and one situa-
ford High junior varsity RushlnOV.rdepa P..lng Y.rd.lI. 61 63as ered his own fumble of the guard middle to the 11, but tion, the Tornado defense
gridders scored twice in the Vanguard moved the ball on ,12,0 PC.PA.PI 4.142I snap from center on second Tyson was stopped cold by toughened. Whipple got 1
first half for a 12-6 lead then its second possession of the I Fumble LOll 1So down, losing two yards back to Mike Boyles. On third down nothing up the middle. QB + r
staved off a fighting Ocala' game last Thursday. Starting V.rdl LOll Y.rdl P.n.III.1 3.203 3S the 24. Norman then missed QB Norman passed up the Crace lost ground slightly as
3." Punting
Vanguard squad for a 14win from their own 16 after a 43 Kilby on a third down pass. middle to tight end Rowland he tried to sneak up the
last Thursday, Oct. 23, on the yard Carter punt, the Knightsgot Score by Quartan Cummings who caught the low middle. Then Keeton scoredon
local field one first down on the INS 6 a 0 2-14 >4
pass on the ground for the a fourth down sweep of left
Tornado Dave Dailey ground on a hard run over the OY 0'00TOUCHDOWNI 6 On fourth down from the 24, touchdown. ,
recovered a Knight fumble right side by fullback Vince Norman threw complete at end.Bradford blocked the Van-
and Tornado David Carter Rollerson and a dive up the 1)) BHS-Hull.. 22.yard pan tramNorman the 20 to Scott Hull coming out Vanguard's Mike Whipple guard extra point kick. The
intercepted a pass to set Brad- middle for three yards by 2 BHS. EP-Cummlngi.run tailed. II.yard of the backfield and the little batted down Norman's pass score stood 12-6 with 3:13: to
< pals
ford's two first half scores up. Mike Whipple, the Knight from Norman. CP.pau tailed.. fullback ran for the touch- for a two point conversion. play in the second period. Halfback Allan Norman and linebacker Harold Hlggln-
e The defense also caught Vanguard workhorse. 3IOV) -Kaaton" on*.yard run. EP.kickblocked down. Hull was hit at the goal The Baby Tornadoes led 12-0 botham
chase down Ocala
.. with 7:14: remaining in the The second half was a Vanguard's Leroy Edwards In the
in its own endzone for a Then quarterback Kelly' 4)) BHS-Salary. line but forced his way in. first half. defensive battle. Each team BUS junior varsity's 14-6 win last Thursday. The victory
safety in the fourth period for Crace went to the air, twice managed three first downs. avenged an earlier 1-0 defeat by the Knight JV. "
a the two points which virtually hitting end Mike Boyles. The the initial first down, first The ensuing Tornado kick- Undaunted, the Baby Neither got inside the other's
put the game out of reach. The slamming through off rolled into the Knights of Coach I"li
pass went for 12 yards right Vanguard Mickey 30 yard line. Protecting the
win leaves the Baby Tornadoes with Boyles catching it on the tackle for seven yards. He was endzone. From his 20, OV QB Agner fought back, driving 69 slim lead Bradford High was BHS Squeezes 9-7 By St. Augustine !
4-2 for the season going ground. The second was hit behind the line and held to Kelly Crace tried the bomb in yards in 11 plays for their only reluctant to put the ball in the -
into Wednesday night's thrown into the right flat and one yard on second down. But a surprise move on first down. score of the game. Vince air. Norman threw just three From Page 6)) around runs by DeSue and
(Ocl.29)) game in Gainesvillewith on third down Tyson hit But BHS defensive back Rollerson, Ken Keeton and
Boyles ran it for a 15 yard over passes, completing two for the Twine passes by Prevatt.
Eastside. gainer to the BHS 46. the right side again for five David Carter intercepted at Mike Whipple ran the Tornado eight and five yards to Dinky to stop.to fullback The third first down of the 85
Quarterback Jeffery yards and had the first down midfield. Carter returned the ends and off tackle down to the Kilby.Vanguard. passed seven yards yard drive
defense came easily, on a
Norman completed eight of 12passes' Tornado tackle Eugene Hut- before Wayne Paschal ball to the Knight 25, setting BHS 47. On fourth down and a went to the air Johnson. The Big Red had him SA holding penalty. With a
"and did not throw an chinson got in the Knight stopped him. BHS up for its second touchdown long yard to the BHS 47, increasingly as time began to chased Twine deep, first down at the SA 34, Pre-
hole but he
payer in a desparately
interception. Norman passed backfield first down to Bradford off
on a jumped run out. But BHS shut down vatt hit
God- Lashley on a 26 yard
24 yards to fullback Scott Hull Then QB Jeffery Norman passed to Johnson, Jay
throw sides
QB Crace for a yard'sloss giving Vanguard a cru- the Knight passing attack to and another first
for one Tornado touchdownand On second down Crace completed his first pass of the A five yard penalty pushedthe cial first down at the Bradford just one completion in nine win and Curtis Crawford down pass at the SA line.
11 yards to right end Row- fumbled the snap from center night, hitting wideout Dinky ball back to the 26 but attempts in the second half, making the stop. Trying to nine Prevatt yard
land Cummings for the Kilby in the left flat. Kilby ran Norman threw to Hull for 43.Then pass, was
and Tornado tackle Dave QB Kelly Crace threw that a short eight yarder. On third down and a short sacked for a yard's loss on
second. BHS struck suddenly Dailey gobbled up the loose down the left sideline for an 11 seven yards down to the the bomb to tall end Jim Linebacker Harold Higgin- three yards for a first, the first down. On second down
for,the two scores capitalizing pigskin.. yard gainer and a first downat Knight 19. A pitchout around Harrel. Safety David Carter botham intercepted one right side of the Tornado the plucky BHS
on the two turnovers, for a the Vanguard 29. left end by Henry Pete and a tackled Harrel at the BHS 10 Knight pass in the second half. defensive line stopped John- sprinted to his right and com-
12-0 lead. From its own 47 BHS drove charge up the middle by full- after a 33 yard pass completion. son cold over left tackle.
Vanguard fought back 53 yards in eight plays to Tyson then hit over the right back Allen Norman each Keeton ran the sweep High point of the second half Twine punted the ball 33 yardsto pleted a short pass to DeSue
out of the backfield
strongly. The Knights score. Workhorse Marvin got side in a twisting run for seven netted two yards, Norman around left end to the BHS one was their the four safety.yard line Backed to the Tornado 12, the game coming four yard gain to the SA six fora
mounted a 69 yard drive by a 49 well into the fourth
was line.A .
using up most of the secondperiod. yard punt, the Knights tried a yard
; fullback Ken Keetin 9th Graders Play Well In Losing Their 2" Gamesto pitchout around left end. BHS period. hard run around left end

scoring on the third Knight try tackle Dennis Brown broke With time now a factor, the by Prevatt got three yards to
from inside the BUS one. Big through the Knight blocking to Tornadoe offense tightenedup. the SA three, but it was not
gainer on the drive, which Newly-formed BHS ninth Soldiers'again intercepted of practice as a separate even the score 6-6 as the corral Ray McClain in the QB Prevatt used the quar- enough for the first: down.
grade junior varsity gridders immediately after the score, squad before the game. fourth quarter began. endzone.
took 11 plays, was a 33 yard terback sweep effectively,
from quarterback valiantly dropped a 14-6 deci- but the BHS frosh set them Palatka South plays a six- Palatka intercepted a Nor The safety effectively put then passed off the same play Facing a fourth and goal
Crace pass to wide Kelly Jim sion to Palatka South ninth back for a six yard loss. Each game freshman schedule this man pass on the Tornado 48 the game out of Vanguard'sreach. when the Jacket defense came from the three the decisionwas
l llarrel. receiver graders Tuesday night after team put together four yard season, now standing at 2-2-1 early in the period and pushedon The Knights would to stop the run. Jimmy made to kick a field goal.
Tornado tackle Dennis being romped on 20-12 by Vic- gains in successive turns until after its 14-6 victory this week. to the Scoreboard with less have had to score a touchdown up Prevatt ran for 11 and Prevatt split the uprights witha
Christian the Tornadoes threw BHS ninth grade gridders than two minutes remaining sweeps kick from the
tory junior varsity Tiny plus a two high powerful
Brown tackled fullback point conversion to 16 yards for two first downs,
Ray gridders last Thursday after- from the VC 47 to score. held Palatka to a standoff in in the game. tie the game. eight yard line. Coach Mike
McClain in his endzone for the the big'plays sandwiched
noon. These are the first and Victory Christian the first quarter of combat Harvey Brown led this Sexton Coach David Hurse
BUS safety with6:22: left in the only two games the freshman dominated the ball the second finally fumbling on the Palatka scoring drive with a revealed this week, found a
game. Brown broke through Tornadoes will play this half, overpowering the home Palatka 40, when a 19-yard 22-yard push and Wayne flaw in Jimmy Prevalt's kick-
with the Knights on their four season. team for two more TD. Kevin Wayne Lewis drive and a 20- Lewis carried the ball into the ing game which got the BITS
yard line. Vanguard got in the Ninth graders played toge- Kruger, Floyd Williams and yard Harvey Browy Garry endzone for the TD. Lewis also signal caller back in the
hole that deep via a 49 yard ther for the first time against Otis Starling had several stops Moffett air connection led the carried in a running point- groove just in time.
punt by Tornado David Victory Christian with a little apiece in the tougher second Palatka team to a score in the after attempt that set Palatka The kick came with 3:05: left
farter. The Knights didn't help from sophomores half, but not enough power beginning of the second ahead 140. in the game. It gave BHS a 9-7
attempt to return any punt; borrowed from the regular was exerted to put down the quarter Tiny Tornadoes gave it all r win over a rough St. Augustine
they did not send a receiver. Tornado JVs. Junior varsity VC offense. they had to even the score eleven and a 4-2 mark for.the
deep to field the BHS punts coach Butch Redding steppedout BHS tied the game 12-12 in a Tiny Tornadoes failed to before the clock ran out, but l4 season.
and. as a result. Carter's of the spotlight for the fourth-period sweep as Floyd score on a 47-yard drive and Norman couldn't find a
punts rolled until they stop-- game, leaving responsibility Williams topped an 83 yard action again stalled as receiver for his long passes in BHS STATISTICS SA
pedKunmngback to assistants Reddy Cox and scoring drive with a race Palatka took its 6-0 lead into four tries, finally being forcedto 7 First Downs 6
Marvin Tyson Ronnie Everett.In around left guard across the the locker room at the half. punt on the Palatka 31. 100 Yards Rushing 111
Has again the workhorse for their first showing, the goal line. A 23-yard punt Defense holding Palatka to Three Palatka plays later 100 Yards Passing 67
the Tornadoes carrying 15 BHS freshmen put together a return by busy Martin Slocum a three-yard gain from the time ran out. 6151 2 Fumbles PC PA PI Lost 3 18 0 1
limes for 40 yds. The Knightswere total of 148 yards as opposed to advanced the ball to the second half kickoff, a frisky <37 Punting Yardage 4 32
keying on Tyson, having Victory Christian's 151, Avery Tornado 40, where A very Shell Martin Slocum cut loose, after
played BUS earlier and being Shell connecting on a pass lunged for four several yard Dwayne Cummings Inter- BHS SCORE BYQUARTERS
a'0\are of the speedy freshman from Floyd Williams to score gains. A 41-yard pass from cepted a Palatka pass, punching f SA 0 0 6 0 0 7 0 3 9 7
back. Fullback Allen Normancarried one touchdown, Williams Richard Norman to Dwayne out 30 of the 68 yards .
four times for 24 driving across for the other. Cummings set the BHS squadup needed for the score. A 12- TOUCHDOWNS II BHS Lflshlcv.
yards. Victory Christian outsized for a score from the five yard Richard Norman pass 31 ailed( yard pass tram Pre v.". EP pea

The improved play of the. the tiny Tornadoes, driving 45, yard line. found Mark Mosley for part of Travelers,, tended to carry UH Jimmy Prevatt cuts Inside a block by Beaver DeSue for 2)) SA Hurd, 20 yard pass from \
Baby Tornadoes paved the 71, 83. and 68 yards for the Tuesday's contest with the gain and another Norman about-)jacinth ,to ward oft', good yardage on one of the;most effective plays, the sweep, Twine EP Wilson Kick good
wax,tor.; the twhlchrevened. .score,A rigorous defense held Palatka Smith's ninth grade I pass to Dwayne Cummings wounds. against St. Augustine--** v-* goaf 3)) BHS Prev.. ".. tight yard field.'.
the score with Vanguard for the Christian Soldiers after its team was the first time all pulled the team 18 yards I
this season. The Knights beat first period TD resulting froman ninth graders played together, closer to the goal line. -
the Baby Tornadoes 1-0 intercepted Tornado pass said Coach Redding, only Cummings carried the ball ,;
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Tigers Claw Panthers 38For Suwannee Title


LAKE BUTLER Union had collapsed and died duringa overall 151 yards to New- from leading Tiger rusher the quarter, but managed to scoring position. A Danny' STATISTIC Newberry failed to gain
High Tigers overcame a first- practice session two days berry's 18. Luke Smith. Punching six and lose Rowe, who suffered Hazen-Paul White connectionfor Union Co. First,Downs Nwbsrryn Id2VA / yardage on a fourth down
period scare to firmly trounce earlier. Leon was a defensive Union County again gave up eight yards at a time, New- extensive leg injuries in a pile- 27 yards brought the ball Vardt ruthlng V4i situation,setting the Tigers up
Newberry High 38-18 on the tackle for the Panthers. much of its yardage gain to berry expanded its lead with a up on the Lake Butler 34. He across the goal line for 151 Yard. pasting. II on their own 26. Sam Jacksonled
Lake Butler field last Friday Newberry looked as it if penalties, 80 to Newberry's 25 touchdown by Alvin Neal to 12- underwent knee surgery Wed- another Tiger score. 5.0 PC PA PI' 15-i air (l the following series withan
night, gaining their second would live up to the rumor in and both teams fumbled three 0 in the first eight minutes of nesday, Oct. 29. Jimmy Mobley recovered a 322 Fumbles Punts Lost off-tackle run for 41 yards.
straight Suwannee Confer- the first half, scoring twice times. play.Recovering. Union County scored again Newberry fumble on the 49 Hazen passed to Glen Kemp
ence title.Rumor. and leading 12-0 after the first Panther running back its composure with the same nothing-fancy and again Union County two plays, recovering anotheras for 36 yards, placing Union
had it that the New- quarter. The Tigers wouldn't Danny Rowe scored the first Union County came back with lunging power as before, Luke scored, within four plays Newberry moved Into scor- County on the five yard line
berry team would go all out to have it, though, leading in touchdown of the game with a Luke Smith connecting on an Smith carrying the ball across Luke Smith taking the driveacross ing' position on the Union ready to score.
win in honor of lost team rushing yardage 296 to New- dive up the middle after a end option from quarterback from the 10 yard line. Extra Union County led 26-12 County 11. Jackson ran the ball across,
member Robert B. Leon, who berry's 246 and passing an series of direct rushing attacks Danny Hazen for a 38-yard point attempt with the same with 1:45: left in the half, and extending Union County's leadto
from the Newberry 40. carry across the goal line. play and same player put the took the lead into the locker Four plays and two first 38-12 with 10:02: left in the
Coming out with an unex- Extra point attempt was no Tigers ahead 1412. room.It downs later QB Hazen and game.
5SevinDust pected offensive attack, New- good,leaving the score at 12-6. Upon recovering a New- was again fumble time as White again connected for a Tigers poured on the
."" "\ sate Etfectlv ananas berry again got on to the Newberry couldn't get past berry fumble kickoff, Tigers the second half began, the 42-yard touchdown pass, giv- defense to drop Newberry'squarterback
Intact Control OnIVeaetables Scoreboard with a fumbleNewberry the 50 yard line in completing again found themselves in Tigers losing a fumble after ing Union County a 32-12 lead. twice, forcing a
Kill.Fleas Panther to punt to the Union
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County 34. Another Hazen-
& Ticks Provided Tigers Toughest Competition"Newberry White pass gained 54 yards for
'; SI IM I'OUST 1 g4ALb1eBag 6-6-6 ;, the Tigers, but Hazen droppedthe
..... ball on the next play,New-
100% Organic i came out with time it took six plays to berry recovering on the 38.
87 a only us 124 yards total in 12 attempts. "I wasn't dissatisfied with had 27 tackles and assists,
__ $ 50 Lb Bag $499 : completely different offense push 69 yards and score," the defense, though. 'We adjusted drew compliments from the Five first downs later New-
.'" BIRYEGRASS than we expected and gave us Jones said.The "The Newberry defense was to their attack after the coach.In berry reached the Scoreboard,
Reg. % Organic some trouble at the beginningof first defensive secondary bringing the score to 38-18.
geared to shut off Danny of the game, Jones said. the ,
With Minors $449 the game, said Union coach recommended Hazen, who has done Chris Lawson had a good night Neither team saw much action -
50 County High's head football salute to running back Luke tionally well in the last excep-two Curtis Addison led the with 12 tackles and assists, as during the remaining
{ Lb. Bag coach Jack Jones of his 38-18 Smith, who scored all touch ball games. That's the beautiful defensive attack with 20 did Jimmy Mobley with 14 minute and 44 seconds.'
Lb. 290 "Cow Manure hS239l victory over Newberry last downs in the first half of the part of the wishbone at- tackles and assists, drawingthe tackles and assists and a Union County faces a tough
SEED Friday night. game, and quarterback tack, though. By concentrating honor of Defensive Playerof fumble recovery, Jones said. Santa Fe team this Friday on
Danny Hazen and offensive the Week for Union County. the home field, and will play
time have a total
Jones said that he knew on the left Smith "Any you
Save$419021"SelfPropeled once the Tigers got the that ball back Paul White, who 'put and Jackson open to run," Jones said that Addison offense of 448 yards, you'vehad Jasper in the state playoffs.On .
: they could accomplish their together five of eight passes. Jones commented. caused one fumble and recov- a good night, but we gave
\ own game plan, but Smith averaged 13 yards 'per ered another in a fine defen- up more yards than we have in
Newberrycame carry in the game, rushing the arose sive effort. three years of play," Jones February 6, 1775, the
on strong with an ball 139 carries in 13 attempts. Defensive problems said, adding that Newberry Second Provisional Congress of
aggressive and because Jones had a game
TORO Whirlwind '" the best offensiveline Massachusetts charged its Com-
offense. I I'; plan to stop one particulartype Effective defensive tackling
\y \ 3Shp.. "The first time we got the Running back Sam Jackson offense that did not pre.. by Daryl Williams and Brant- the Tigers have faced thus mittee of Safety to make provisions -

R_il VL \ 4 IIRIoI'cycle With Bagging ball we fumbled, but the next averaged 12 yards per carry, vail in the game. ley Crawford, who togetherup far in the 6-0 season.. for war.provement .

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Wlnd Only BHS Played Well Enough To Win, Coaches Say' Of St. Augustine

-"l1995 Lucky to escape with a 9-7 looks a lot better than a 3-3 drive, Coach Hurse noted. It a flaw in Jimmy Prevatt's another good ball game the over recent weeks,
win in St. Augustine last mark would have at this point, was the best night BHS has kicking game that correctedhis other night," said Defensive Sexton reported. Jenkins and
Deaector env 1 : Friday night is the way Tor- Hurse admits. had running the ball yet, form just in time for the Line Coach Mike Sexton. Clark shared strong line-
J nado coaches seem to feel The Tornado offense made Hurse noted backer duties.
Cutting % a although the game-winning field goal,
No. 16268 Noseman Scott Pooser led
I HnpAt Adpidmm\> Model about the way Bradford High lot of mistakes, Hurse said. Tornadoes blew two scoring Hurse noted. The St. Augustine touch-
Hurry On This Limited Supply footballers performed after an Offensive line Coach Roger opportunities with turnovers the team with 13 tackles, down drive of 88 yards was
open date. Chilson echoed that opinion.. in the first period. QB Prevatt connected with turning in an outstandinggame caused by a mental break-
"I don't like open dates. The offensive line, which had wideout Richard Lashley on Sexton said. Pooser down, Sexton said. "It was
LO.IDA GARDENCENTEP They take enthusiasm away been improving each week, St. several big pass plays. Pre- and tackles Marty Russell, just a let up on our part."
:. from the next game," Head may have regressed a little in Augustine was physical, vatt had a badly bruised four tackles against SA, and The defensive backfield, as
; EST Tornado David Hurse says. the SA game, Coach Chilson of as the always, but BHS came out knuckle on the thumb of his Wayne Scott, six tackles, shut a whole, played its most phy-
game with no injuries, throwing hand which down SA's running the
"We may up
played well
enough to sical ball Jerome
says. game.
I OM1101. 539 East Call St. win," Hurst puts it. "I didn't The defense, over-all, Hurse said. have bothered him some. Prevatt middle. Pooser was named Reddish, who had a real good
PH. 964-5745 think either team played up to turned in a pretty good job, tossed the Tornadoes to defensive lineman of the week diving interception of an SA
a t ca its potential." A 4-2 record except for that one touchdown Coach Mike Sexton picked their only touchdown, how by BHS coaches. pass, was' named defensive

ever.&L.L .Coaches..__ L__'.__feared,__& ..._the_.. Defensive end Jay Godwin, back of the week.
uiumu was uruiieii last wtren. five tackles, and defensiveend "We hit people, that's one
Team captain and offensive Willie Perry, with 10 thing we've been trying to get
tackle Tommy Edwards tackles, both turned in steady across to the boys," said
turned in a good ball game, performances in St.- Coach Denny Hansen.
Fun Loving Coach Chilson said. Good jobs Augustine. The one touchdown pass St.
were also turned in by guard "Both are becoming real Augustine threw resulted
David Godsey, center Jeff consistent, ball players," from a misreading of the
Jockel, and tight end Steve Coach Sexton noted of his quarterback's moves, which
Cc: Ernest, Chilson said. ends. will happen occasionally
Separates SELECTED "We should have been Play of linebackers Paul Coach Hansen said. "We had
better," Coach Chilson said. Jenkins, Curtis Crawford, and good position over-all, Friday
"The defense played Jimmy Clark was an im- night."

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; u;+ J. pants. And and one of those wins was a Coltrane and Chase took top four teams in the contestgo
: \.J e, .' "perfect" victory.In seventh, eighth, ninth and to the state meet.
,. ? Misses Sizes a meet against Oak Hall thirteenth places. For the boys, Tornado Kirk
i : :. .., .T. ladies Ra of Gainesville on Oct. 21, the "We had some good times, Hunsinger set a course recordin
8 To 18 Tornado girls whirled to a but the wrong places," Melba the Oct. 24 meet at home
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Sizes S-M-L. Many 3 88 y all: The next three places where we got, beat," she said. run. ,
yt5>t k colors and co-ordi were also grabbed by BHS In a similar 26-29 score, but, Hunsinger took fifth placeout I
; S w, nates with pants. girls. Only the top five girls with Bradford the winners, of a field of about 50 in the
count for team points, while Buchholz was downed in the' Buchholz meet in GainesvilleOct. I
the other girls merely place in Oct. 28 contest 28. He was clocked at
A -, Ladies' the meet. Ormsbee placed first with a 17:32.:
t Bradford's top five were 10:13: but Hazen was only a Frankie Crews, Mark
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October 30, 1973: TELEGRAPII Page 9

Battle With Undefeated Forrest

: Stacks Up To Toughest Tornado Test Yet

'"awaits Biggest Bradford test of the season quarterback Tyrone Young, 6- game with Palatka," Coach linemen have just shut off any strong side offensive guard.
I High grid- 4, 160. Sexton points out. type inside game any opponent Casey will see action against
, ders tonight (Thursday, Oct.
has establish. Forrest, Coach Nurse
Sexton clearly con has tried to says.
30)) when they travel to Ocala The Wildcat
I fidence his defense can do the These three play as well as Defensively, the Tornadoeswill
,to .meet the undefeated averages 171 pounds per man. "
job on Forrest. anybody you could ask, start Godwin and
Tackle Jay
Forrest High Wildcats, Barry Whitaker is the,
defending Class 3A state big man at 6.0, 190; tackle "We haven't been whippedon Sexton says, pointing out the Willie Perry at ends, Marty
trio has shut other teams
football champions who are 6- Greg Futch is 6-2, 185. The the line of scrimmage all Russell and Wayne Scott at
t 0 to date this season. guards are 150, and 165. year," Sexton says. Drives down tackle to tackle. tackles, Scott Pooser at the
"It stacks up as a real good and big plays other teams The Tornado starting line up nose position,Curtis Crawfordand 7tAk
battle," Tornado Head Forrest is quick from the have made have resulted from will be slightly changed. Keith Paul Jenkins at
Coach David Hurse. "I thinkwe huddle, the offensive line fires mental breakdowns, mistakesin Carter will play weak side linebackers. The defensive
have a chance to out well, and Is aggressive, coverage. offensive tackle. Carter was a ''secondary will be Richard
stay right
the reports defensive end, when
say. starting Lashley, Kenny Aycox,
in there. 1 feel
,, we are as good
"You Just can't ask
Forrest footballers have anybody he injured a knee, and Willie Emmitt Bright and Jerome
as they are. to do more than our three
had to take his
Breaks will decide the desire, BItS scouts and Perry over Reddish. '
say -
; game, Hurse says. "We've got are a basic football team. down linemen, Sexton saysof position. The knee has healed, Offensively,Jimmy Prevatt \\ '
noseman Scott Pooser and and Carter was moved to will start at quarterback, ., ;
(to make our own breaks. Wecan't Tornado coaches expect a tackles Wayne Scott and
strengthen the offensive line. Jimmy Clark at fullback, Glen
." wait for them to happen defensive ball game, "But Marty Russell. "Week-in and BUS coaches also say Lee DeSue at running back, Steve :.J

The 4.2 Tornadoes are then, I predicted a defensive week-out1' these three front Casey has moved up to the Ernest at tight end, Jackson .

off Prevatt at split end, Keith

coming formance in which an average they had per-to Santa Fe Expected To Test 6-0 Tigersabout Carter the tackles and,Charles David Godsey Reames and at

have a Jimmy Prevatt field Augustine
'''goal to win 97. Forrest last Perry Bryan at guards, and Running back Beaver DeSue makes yardage through the St. defense Friday night.
week beat Palatka South 28-7, LAKE BUTLER "Size and games in the past where the 45 pounds per man, Jeff Jockel at center. DeSue also leads the blocking when QB Jimmy Prevail runs the sweep.
the Wildcats' biggest of- strength versus speed and scoring has been high, just a Jones says, with offensive BHS and Forrest have split
1 fensive showing of the season. execution" is the type battle dog-eat-dog confrontationwhere running backs of 200 pounds the two games they have Bret & Lead Men's Football Teams
Jerry's Flag
BHS Sunshine
'{ apiece and three-year letter- played. won a
Like the Tornadoes, the expected by Union County kicking game may
Wildcats are. better defensively coach Jack Jones when he make the difference," Jones men in fullback and tailback Bowl game back in 1971. Belote scored for Mr.. B touchdown by Donald Evansto
Forrest won a regular season Bret & Jerry's Athletic once
while struggling with sends his Tigers out to con- says. positions. battle 6-0 last year in Starke. House continues to lead theMen's and the final score was 21-6 in save a shut-out.
their offense. Forrest has front Santa Fe this Friday on "They have a real favor of the leaders.
Tigers go into the Santa Fe strong Flag Football Leagueas ,league
31' been fortunate to win some of the home field. physical team that ;The Thursday night battle The games scheduled for
contact with a 6-0 record and some the teams into the
'i its this season, Tor- was scheduled because go The second saw the this coming Sunday, November -
games would call game
'awesome. I would
"They will all the three shutouts behind them. second half of the season,
give us
rinado coaches point out. Forrest could not get Booster second place leaders,; Kit- 2, has been postponed.
test we'll need, to find out if No severe injuries have been say they are 'manly, and it's according to Recreation
o'orrest( beat Stadium for chens Tile breeze 34-7 They will be played at later
< just Perry 8-0 a to take lot of self discipline Friday night. past a
we're really as good as our sustained by team members going a Director Randall Davis.
team which had the With touch- date.
only Independents.
won one
record indicates," Jones pre- except Whitehead till now, so on our part to avoid .. Easiest way to Booster
ball game. Forrest was behind dicts. Jones will be playing with a problems," Jones anticipates.Still Stadium in Ocala is to take Sunday, October 26, found downs by Randall McGee and The next scheduled games
Lake Weir 13-0 at the half and Tetstone, Kitchens will be Sunday, November 9,
I Santa Fe is one of the full and hopefully well-disci- US-301 to Ocala, turn left onto Bret & Jerrys taking on Mr.B's Wayne
dubious about
came on to win 1413. The recovery and took a 15-0 lead at the half. with Kitchens: and the Independents
in close
( Wildcats beat Eastside 14.7, largest AA-ranked teams in plined. deck Friday night. of punter Tim Whitehead, Silver Springs Blvd and go a very gamein Touchdowns by John Powell, playing the first
several miles until the first half B&J led 6-0.
the state and undefeateduntil as
Buchholz 13-7, and won over was Past the Santa Fe game; Jones foresees possible reaching a Ronnie Thomas' touch Wayne Tetstone, and McGee game at 2 p.m. and Mr. B
down Jacksonville sign on the right hand side of on
North Marion. put by Tigers have one more home problems with the fine kicking Silver down. In the second half B&J put the game away for Kit- taking on Bret & Jerry at 3:30:
Springs Blvd. which
Bolles AAA last
"They're as strong as we," week. a game with Cross City Nov 7 game of the Santa Fe squad. says "Booster Stadium." added two more touchdowns, chens in the second half. p.m. All games are played at
'. Defensive Coach Mike Sexton and a final away game at will down to good Turn left John Watson and the Southside Elementary
Santa Fe outsizes the TigersSmall "It come a there and drive to one by
says of the Forrest team. Crescent City Nov. 14. old-fashioned scuffle, unlike the stadium. another by Dale Haas. Bill The Independents got a lone< Playground.
"Their offense denends on !
their defense to force breaks." FryGridders
Asked how he feels about

the Forrest game, Sexton Led
a answered, "I feel like we can

whip 'em, anyway." By Bears JetsThe
r.i Korrest has four fine ,

defensive football players, Bears and the Jets are
i, Head Tornado Hurse points currently leading the Starke ;,.
I h* out: a big 221 pound middle Recreation Department'sSmall

I guard, two excellent Fry Flag Football
:linebackers, and a sure League, each with identical
.. tackling safety. records of 41.
members of the defense
are The Saints are holding down
;good football players andi third place with a 2.3 record
i compliment the four, he said. while the Falcons are still

The linebackers are Russell winless in their games, bank at Florida National?

< Kirk most the underrated Forrest 180, 5-10 team, probably ball, and playeron Scott the ,stronger although each they week.are getting

Monday, October 27, saw
Brantley, 221, 6-2, the "stud"of
the Bears again outlast the
the Wildcat defense.
Falcons 13-6 touchdowns by
Brantley is termed a great
Richie Fender and Wayne
linebacker by the Tornado
Slocum. John David Francis
scouts. Some say he is the
continued to be the point
number one college prospect .
for his team he
in the southeast. Brantley's getter as .. .. IrfiaC.
I .. JJMembersf.p.l.C.
scored his team's only touchdown ... ; .
.&jMf and- him jJ #At f
great quickness athlete, BHS scouts say.a The second game''was just >II' 1-11 Ii' ,"'A', "' .o,!"' '111. vT5iTve Heard of/a .

as close as the Jets won their -"V V J
Kirk is tabbed a good, solid hI :
football player and a real fourth game by downing the <. .j ", ,'I' doctor's doctor' well
Saints 146. The Jets on the ; ; : V I
competitor. He covers the got ,,. .:, V ,)
Scoreboard early, 2-0, on a 1 1.1
passing zones well and is an -.1 ]
safety. They then added a \ '
all-around good linebacker.The Florida National is
safety is Art Mc- touchdown by Robert Carverto
Donnell, who has good speed, lead 8-0. But just before the
is quick and a sure tackler. half, Jeff Coltrane scored for bankers bank.
Good football player is the Saints to make the half- a .{ .
written across the BHS time score 86. Carver then .
scouting report about All five added a 30-yard touchdownrun 1 ':
down linemen of the Wildcats. in the second half to lead : It's the Old Reliable.
, End Todd Scudder, 5-11, 175; his team to the 14-6. victory. ,; '

I end Bryce Duncan, 5-11, 175, 'f : :.

I are tabbed good hitters. A w Bankers with real ,, .. I ,
Tackle Ronnie McCullough, 6- FLORIDA'THEATRE y k 'I'" .

0 180, Is a good, sound ball h financial know-how. '
player with desire. Tackle V .i'b'
Okie Lanier 6-0 197, is a big, ._ if.,:
''strong lineman and a good And solid. '; ,1.," "

hitter the reports say. :j', ,"
(Forrest basically uses a 6-1
defense with a monster man Fri Sat SunWALT ,
and three deep backs. They
switch to a 5-4 on passing c % tv t v Why, Florida National

situations and at times use a .. '
split-6 with two linebackers in "" 'M "
is of the
the middle, like Palatka. t one strongest

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Become OO..t-t t.hroW: 1 Hopes Dashed for Increase

1 Will 1975 the I
IN ,
Else In
CoIJS1... N Strawberry Acreage
The Good Ole Days ? ( Ga40r save hergatr .

v ba9e will be set out here this because of the decrease In
In today' fast paced world, find had rather be caught dead .. ,, In"spite of "wishful think year season., So far, this variety is demand during the past few

there is hardly enough time than be seen in a "styling, ti e. jicexfexx ing, County Agent Bobby too new to know just what to years.
for .least of all parlor" if there had C b Taylor said this week that his
anything: even } expect from it, Taylor said.
reminiscing been one to be caught in. I, e.t nee.. hopes for increased strawberry This year demand increased J
Flea( MA.-K acreage this season factor contributing to somewhat but the supply of
it been since the wooden have been dashed One sufficient to
How long has Women swept mainly of plants was not
you've seen anyone sitting on sidewalks with their long c.oU" OIlS because of the scarcity and the present shortage nurseries meet it. Florida Bell has not
a front porch, rocking just dresses, and wrote letters to c.He lId :) high cost of plants. the fact the varieties of plants producing yet been produced in quantities -
rocking. ,,,!' )III in the editor about holes in the sufficient to meet the
Last year, acreage in the used In this area have been
walk which made wearing demand for this new variety.
One reason, of course, is Their left-overs or even a high heels next to impossible. ,- county, where strawberrieshad reducing their operations
that they just don't build front wooden soap box, filled with a been a leading money
porches anymore-but even if chunk of ice covered with saw \ producer for 100 years,,
they did, nobody would have dust has been known to serveas Saturday was the big day of declined to about 30 acres,,
time to sit on one. a refrigerator of sorts. the week, when rural folk from a peak of over 1,000Icres
came to town to buy when berries were County Agents By
This Bicentennial year These were the days when "provisions" for another J9? shipped from Starke and Law. ?
however, might be a good the five and ten sold nothing seven days, and stores stayed tey by the carload in happier BobbyTavlor 1
time to pause and take a back priced over a dime. when open till 10 or 11 o'clock at days. Notebook
ward look at the days when you could buy a penny postcard night. There was much"socializing" ti't1tiG
Sunday meant a family picnicin .and a five-cent cigaror around small The dwindling acreage was

the park, or a leisurely walkto Coke. tables in the filed while attributed to the High cost of __n____ _
wild flowers on the "soda jerks" orders for production, scarcity of labor,
pick OroV
banks of Alligator Creek Buster Brown, Happy "sarsparilla" or "cherry : 0 and failure of the finished pro- There Is a lot of talk now not contacted me personallyabout

fun, they say if the red Hooligan, and the Kat- smash. duct, a flat of berries, to keep about pecans in our area. owners of groves or
great bugs didn't bite, which they zenjammer Kids were the pace with other cost of living People are calling daily trees that would like this
usually didRemember favorite comic strips. With = factors in the inflation spiral. buy and sell and even when to service. However, I plan to
modern soap-opera type but and sell and even when to see him when he begins
strips, and fan- 1 Taylor, though not expecting spray and fertilize trees. operations here, and I will be
undreamed Bradford
tasies still of. strawberry any requests to
production to regain its for-
:2iEvery For some reason, price him.
Television? It was still to mer prominence, was hoping establishment has been slowin
come. People in the "higher that acreage would increaseto coming this year. It is Getting pecan trees shakenIs
income brackets" listened to a point where strawberries because there were a lot like our problems of

radio, and scheduled their Il Il Il would retain a place in the prospects possible for a bumper of spraying pecans. It is a little
r time to be home for such local farm scene. throughout the country difficult to line enough trees to
shows Amos and age has its cherished ." pecans be shaken that will make it
as Andy, early in the year,or it could be
Fibber McGee and Molly, The memories, and it is only The Bradford County Bicentennial Committee will sponsor' "But" it just hasn't happened that there is a wide variationof profitable to the shaker and
when kids spun Hit Parade, and One Man's human to recall the good a Flea Market on the grounds of the Old Courthouse on Call he said Wednesday. this and early economical to the grower.
tops. flew kites. .or Family. With radio, thelistener's things, and forget the bad. As Street, all day Saturday, Dec.6, for benefit the local Bicen- "It looks now as if acreage quality are skeptical year about Pecans from some trees fall
played marbles, and a boy's imagination was the the children of today grow up, tennial program.All will be just about what it was" buyers prices generally sooner than others in the same
most prized possession was last season around 30 acres., quoting if there are
key to his enjoyment. the they will probably reminiscein grove, especially
his favorite "taw" (fancy lurid blood-and-guts their later years about the Interested persons are being asked to donate articlesfor There is some interest in the We should have more In- several varieties involved.

shooter)?. .a beautiful red programs now seen on TV time of the first moon landing. sale at this time,with proceeds going to the Bicentennialfund. new Florida Bell variety, Tay- formation about prices when
carnelian was the epitome of would have sent grandma or the quaint old custom of .Articles will be picked up If the donors will call 964-5443. lor said but here again the first pecan auction is I talked about pecan
prestige in a marble game. asked to"clean out the closets" diseases, especially scab, and
screaming from the house. having to work five days a or 964-7334. Homemakers are plants are hard to obtain, andare completed this afternoon
week to earn a living. and donate all unwanted articles to the Flea MarkeL selling at the price rangeof (Thursday, October 30)). The how they can affect the
Refrigerators? Few, if any quality. Harvest time will
households had the electrical! Men wore their hair long $25 to $35 per thousand, a auction was scheduled to start usually cause folks to become
kind, but the old wooden ice (usually parted in the middle Who knows? Perhaps 1975, far cry from "the old days" about 1 p.m. after all pecans concerned about scab when
box (now a collector's item) ), and adorned their faces with all of its inflation, when$2.50 a thousand was the were weighed earlier in the they find that their pecans are

kept food cool with ice with mustaches, beards, and unemployment, high crime LETTERSTO going price. It takes from 20 to dropping early or not fillingout
delivered from a horse-drawn sideburns, just as they do rate, pollution, and other 22 thousand plants to set an day.The auction in Starkeis properly. Of course, it is

wagon. Some families, today, but they patronized the be inconveniences remembered, will"the one day. THE EDITOR acre of berries, the county one pecan of only two or three in then too late to do anything
as good
without even this luxury, used "shaving parlor' with the red old agent said.It the state. It is an opportunityfor about the disease then.
the screened-in "safe", to hold and white striped pole in front days.
0;:::::::;;, is expected that from small and large pecan
three to six acres of the new producers to offer their To control scab, a spray

EDITORIALLY SPEAKING O 0 O Florida Bell variety, which pecans for sale to large buyers program must be started
was released for planting by and brokers. It is also an about the first of May and
CHARGES MADE opportunity for else to continued every three weeksthrough
TIRED OF IT the University of Florida anyone
I AGAINST UNICEF experiment station only last buy small or big lots of Augubt or September.Good .
dear Editor: pecans. I understand that if coverage of the tree with
The Wormy AppleNew Dear Mr.,Editor: you plan to buy pecans other the right pesticide is also
Here is a little note. I would than on a cash basis, you haveto important. This coverage
For the past several years, like for all of the kind people of fi be bonded with the state. .requires a good sprayer that is
some of our local churches Bradford County to know that L!J(3U(3m( ( L QLWL You can call Bob Allen, our usually too expensive for
York is (or was) a nice place to longer borrow from its traditional have sponsored UNICEF trickor I love everybody regardless of Bradford County Farmers people with only a lew trees.

visit, even if you wouldn't want to live sources. Commercial banks, insurance during treat the(collecting"Halloween"season. money) creed or color !L! JUGft; Market Manager in Starke,

there. companies and private individuals How much more evidence I am a Christian person and by for more information about !My suggestions for pecan
refuse bankroll the of will it take for these work for God. What s so funny our pecan auction. producers is to concentrate on
to rising pyramid WilliamS.llaasVeteranService
But, as everyone must know by now-- to"wake up" to what is about it is that I can't go to the other cultural practices suchas
debt... people Officer Another question I've had fertilization and week
be courthouse in Starke on
there seems to a worm in "Big happening to these collected
frequently is whether there is control and hope for weather
business and be quiet about it
Apple. The great city faces imminent funds? Or do they care
New York has long boasted of its without someone saying that I a pecan shaker operating in conditions (that arc not
bankruptcy because of its enormous Every year, more and more raved up there and got in a WATCH FOR YOUR IN- the area thisyears None have favorable to pecan scab. We
financial?; problems. The question now cheap public services, including a multi- evidence comes forth, proving fuss, which I didn't and that I COME QUESTIONNAIRE,! 'arrived to date. but I"'un have'"'tt' 'good bulletin that

facing the nation is: Will we taxpayers in bilion dollar welfare program, costly that UNICEF (which is a partof 'asked Mr. Green when I COMPLETE IT-AND MAIL, derstand there are plans for at covers those cultural prac-

the other 49 states have to reward health facilities, and a tuition-free uni- the Communist dominated started to leave the court- IT BACK! least one operation planningto tices. Call or come by your

Gotham's past profligacy by bailing it versity services that compete directly United Nations) has supplied house if he would carry me up The Florida Division of Vet come in for a shorttimenext County Agent's office if you
for the town. week. This operator has would like a
out via tax dollars channeled through with the private sector. But now the dayof financial support erans Affairs under the copy.

Washington, D.C.? reckoning is at hand, and someone strengthening ment of Communism.and advance Just These people say that he Department of Community
must pay and pay and pay. Larry dragged me out of the court- Affairs issued a reminder to

The city today is in debt by the recently McDonald Congressman(D-Ga.) chargedthat house and carried me up town. veterans to make certain their
tiredof survivors know what Veterans Household Hotline
This is not true and I'm
staggering sum of around $12 billion, Despite anguished pleas to Washington UNICEF funded the people lying on me and Administration benefits they I .. I
Mayor Beams and members of his Communists in Indochina to be entitled to, when death
and it is estimated that its operating the tune of $45.8 millions of there is a jailhouse for people may by Becky Glebelg
deficit for the current year alone is $726 administration have yet to bite the fiscal dollars, which Included $6.1 like that and if they don t stop comes.

million. bullet and take steps that would con- million collected ,by trlck-or- I am going to see about it. I'm Not only should the veteran Your Extension Home Ecixlfllllhf: );

vince private lenders that the city is treating youngsters during tired of this stuff. That's all I and his wife discuss this sub-

"Basically, the city's problem is serious about its intent to pay its own Halloween. This money, he hear. ject of death, but they should "SLOW COOKERY" pot the meat was raw and the
found, had no strings attachedand With love, make, known locations of CROCK POTS and other potatoes still hard. Why was
simple, says an article in the latest way. had been used by the Katie Bell Griffis important family documentsto SLOW COOKERS are provingto the food not doneIrs.(! .

issue of The New Republic. "Having Communists to obtain trucks, make sure they are protested be popular with home- W.M.)
lived for years on creditrunning per- We would be opposed to any Federalaid tanks and other equipment of from tire, theft and makers very in Bradford County. ANSWER: If you followed a

sistent deficits, disguised by bookkeeping for New York unless the city's war AND AIDED IN THE By no stretch of the imagin- damage. Since this method of cooking is recipe, voltage variations
OF SOUTH ation a patriotic American (which are commonplace
gimmicks, and financed by loans leaders first do everything humanly TAKE-OVER VIETNAM. Congressman can such actions by The veteran should tell his new and very different. I everywhere), altitudes, or

repaid by more loans- the city can no possible to balance their own books. McDonald said, "Never Justify can a patriotic family about possible survi- would like to share with you even extreme humidity can

before in the history of the Christian American justify it? vors' benefits, such as some been answers asked the to most questionsI've and cause slight fluctuations in
had such the Insane to Veterans Administration hence slightly altering
United Nations an It borders on power
enormous amount of aid gone even attempt to justify the us- dependency and indemnity give you a few basic COOKERY facts concerning cooking times of crock pots
Food Stamp Fiasco unsupervised." ing of children to collect compensation for service-con- but not affecting other appli-
I that will be given to the nected death or non-service- ances. If you did not follow a

The Congressman, also, enemies money of both our great connected death pension for advantages QUESTION of: using What a are Crock the recipe a simple time guide to
I would widows or for children when follow is
found that UNICEF funds nation and the Church. Pot and-or Slow Cooker? :
involved to there is no widow, or when a 1. lie' 2's' hours on high or 4-
used to to
Although assassinate the President was on were being
partially inspired by to (Mrs. G.A.)
because of
and "family planning" pease this "selfdestruction. widow is ineligible 8 hours on low for foods
abortion stop
politic! :-Considerations residentFord's food ANSWER: : Advantages of
!, stamps.A devices in Canada and ." excessive income. usually cooked for 15.30 mins.
the slow method
cooking over
proposed cut-back of the food 2. 3-4 hours on high or 6-8
"I think it's unbelieve-
says Sincerely, Burial benefits for wartime conventional cooking: (1)( )
stamp 3.4 retired USDA auditor was recently hours on low for foods usually
program eliminating million able that this 'children's Don E.Champion and certain peacetime better flavors ((2)) less
recipients and reducing the benefits for quoted in the Washington Star as saying organization' has aided the 838 North TempleStarke veterans should not be over- nutrients lost (3)) meats are cooked for 35-45 mins.

others, sounds good to hard-pressed that what the program needs most is abortion" and birth control ,Fla. looked. These Include a maxi more tender and juicier ((4)) hours 3. 4-6 on hours low for on foods high usually or 8-18

taxpayers. "teeth." He added, "I'd make it a viola- effort. mum of $250 burial allowance less money spent because you cooked for 1-3 hours.
tion of federal law to cheat on food plus a plot allowance not can buy less expensive cuts
Bicentennial Flea Mkt. exceeding $150 for veterans (5)) less time spent due to less
Although differing on the method of stamps. That,might discourage people SLOW COOKING RECIPES
buried outside national ceme- steps of prep. ((6)) less electri-
remedy, both liberals and off. And I differ from regular recipes in
conservatives from ripping the program taries. For veterans who died city used-75 watts at low used-

in Congress agree that the program has would prosecute every ineligible person Set'Nov. 22 of service-connected disabili- setting and 150 watts at high the that post'a less should liquids be at are least half

grown in size and cost beyond all projec- who gets food stamps, along with some Pickup ties in lieu of the other bene- setting (comp. to light bulbs). full for best results and vege->

tions, and needs reform. kind of penalty for the food stamp certi- fits, there is an $800 burial tables need to be cut into

fier who put that person on the rolls." There will be a pickup'day allowance.It temperatures QUESTION:high Are enough Crock Pot to small pieces and placed on the
Started in 1961 as a substitute for the in Starke on Nov. 22 of items bottom or sides of pot,
to bacteria
distribution Bradford BIcentennial is equally important prevent growth: cook
of Government surplus for the County track of GI insurance (Mrs. A.G.) because meats generally
agricultural The program now accounts for half of Committee Flea >r keep slower than most vegetablesin
products to the needy, the policy numbers, claims ANSWER: YES. The Crock
food the budget of the U.S. Department of Market to be held on Dec. 6. Pot cooks at low crock pots.Perhaps .
stamp program was expanded froma and Girl Scouts will be number for use on correspondence temperature have asked
pilot project to a nationwide program Agriculture, which administers the program assisting Boy the Committee in with the Veterans of 200 degrees and a high some of these you same questionsor

in 1964. Today, the program costs the and the worst may be yet to come. this effort. Please put your Administration, commercial social temperature of 300 degrees., have other questions
The U.S. of
20 million citizens now donations in a bag and mark it and homemade ice insurance policies, Department Agri-
Government some $6 billion in benefits Although nearly a bake sale security numbers and culture says bacteria in foods related to home economics. If
receive an estimated 29.2 "Flea Market, and leave it cream. so, please contact Mrs. Becky
distributed to almost 19 million persons. stamps naturalization papers all are killed at 165 degrees F.
obtain them under on the front steps for our Persons wishing to donate Giebeig County Extension
million are eligible to important In claiming various maintained for 2 hours or
Even worse than the enormity of the current laws.Whatever helpers. baked goods are asked to survivors' benefits. more. Microbiologists proved Home Economics Agent, P.O.
is the Items may be left at the bring them on Dec 6 to the that crock pots are well above Box 1028, Agriculture Building
program demoralizing! sight of homes of Mrs. Elzie Sanders, sale on Court Street, down- For information, contact the safety limit.QUESTION (at the Fair Grounds), Starke,
many able-bodied Americans receiving a other reforms are adoptedto 344. N. Walnut St., and Mrs. town Starke, between the service office in the Florida, 32091, or call me on
free ride via food stamps. Strikers get stop the food stamp fiasco, that Elizabeth Walker, 1400 B. Old hours of 8:30 a.m. and 12 noon. your courthouse. : Must. I brown weekdays from Ba.m.-5 p.m.

them; unemployed executives get them; USDA auditor hit the nail on the head Lawtey Road in Starke. For If this is not possible, please meats before placing them In at 9646554.
further information, call Mrs. take them to a member of the
college students, some of whom when he said that cheaters and rip-off a slow cooker ) (Mrs. J.C.B.)
are Sanders ((964-7344).) or Mrs. Bicentennial Committee the --------------
children of wealthy parents, get them- artists must be put out of business- Walker (964- 83)). day before the sale. The ; ANSWER: Not unless thereis
r-r-rI. considerable fat.
even Lynette Fromme, accused of trying NOW! If you need something committee also plans to make the : cut down on the Browningdoes fat con- -Sanders was a golf buff.
available for purchase
1 picked up from your home, and Betsy Ross tent but Is not necessary if the Ills wife was crazy about
call Mrs. John Miller at 964- Bennington commemorative meat is lean., auctions. Both parties
flags and talked in their sleep, and

PPIb4 5443.Persons wishing to donate stationery notes.Everyone has. somethingthey QUESTION: Whatcausesfood overmght.guest told of

items from Hampton are don't want and don'tneed to be "mushy" when being awakened in the
,O asked to call Mrs. Alice Faye .t How about used toys, cooked in a crock pot? (Mr middle of the night by a

Q-rlwjrapb Waters; Brooker, Miss Kim wigs, costume jewelry, clothing W.C.) loud cry of "Fore!" from
( ; Hodges; Keystone Heights, ( pots, pans, dishes, curtains ANSWER:I' Usually 'too the golfing husband.
Miss June Drake; Lawtey, shoes, purses, bric-a- much fat on meats or too "Four and !"
Mrs. O.E. Pearson. Mrs. Scottis tools much liquid. Otherwise foods a quarter
ron brac, appliances you
also helping out In should not be mushy.' unless yelled his wife-and quiet.
I BOB G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Lawtey. name It.Proceeds.
Publishers Items may be taken to the old will go to various they are cooked several hours reigned again.
courthouse by appointmentonly projects, including more than recipe calla for, or
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act by calling 964-7J60.. committee restoration of the old court- cooked at a higher temperature Herbert V Proehiumi,
of March 3, 1879.
than recipe recommends. "TA Toattmaiter'i'
and creation of a
Subscription rate in trade area: M per year: $3.50 six months. It is Important for everyone house museum. We need the supportof "You're pricing yourself I,andbook" \ n'k.-HaUI}
"' Outside trade area:,$7 per year: $4.00 six months. countywide to participate. everyone in the county. right out of the market, QUESTION After.8 hours

Phone 964-6305 Starl. Fla., The Flea Market will include Please help. Mend" of cooking a roast in my crock- -


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Mrs. W.J.Jordan ', ova 1i't\\smmlWN SAVE OO1 r-jiEj--} Page 11'I

Mrs. W.J. Jordan, 89, a for. 10
mer resident of Starke, died LB>
Oct. 16 in Shreveport, La. I
Mrs. Jordan had been a J I
resident of Shreveport for the I c LOTS OFCHICKEN G -'....
past 22 years. She was the I
mother of Eston Jordan and Ly .. b 1 WITH THIS COUPON "I" .
Mrs. J.G. Holton, both of

Starke.Survivors include nine oQ o Q ;

children, 17 grandchildren, 26 o i TIDELAUNDRY i'
great-grandchildren great-great-grandchildren., and four 1 1

more STARKE, 90, died- Herman in the Bradford C. Wil 3 WINGS-3. NECKS-3 GIBLET PKGS. I I

County Hospital Oct.23 after a # 320 SOUTH DETERGENT I
lingering illness. FLORIDA .
Funeral services were Oct. PREMIUM I
26 at Ip.m. in the DeWitt C. O GRADE t:! I
Jones Chapel with the Rev. 9c 49oz BOX
Donald Station officiating. k SHIPPED THRU RESERVED.WED., NOV. 5, 1915. QUANTITY RIGHTS I
Wilmore was born in Cen- I
tralia, Mo. He had moved we are pleased to accept
He is survived by a son, 197S. LIMIT-1 COUPON WITH A $10.00 OR MORE 1
Robert Wilmore, Wichita, EveryDayLowPrice FOOD ORDER. TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.
Kan., two daughters, Mrs. -----------.------
Gust Kallos and Mrs. Ernest ,
Sutton, both of Starke, and (( I
Mrs. Cameron Miller, \c o i A 'e v SAVE i A SAVE o J SAYE ,
children Wichita, ,Kan.13 ;great seven grandchildren grand-. ( SAjYC Z Le aO Z Le a 4u

grandchild. f f $E aE SWEET AND MELLOW

EdgarBurke, 74 ( 0o_ _WATER*DDED mCHUCKMROAST_ g SIRLOIN Oo Golden Ripe

STARKE Funeral services $
for Edgar P. Burke, 74, were t., SHOULDER STEAKS BANANASEveryDayLowPrice
Sunday at3 p.m. in the DeWittC. .
.Jones Chapel.The Rev. Ben
Bryant officiated. Burial t/ 6 TO B U S GOV T U.S GOV TINSPECTED
followed on Monday in the I INSPECTEDCORN
(Jacksonville Memory Gar- \
dens Cemetery near Orange O O O O

''Park.Burke died Oct. 23. He was (
,born in Kentucky and lived In L
Starke the past six years.
/ / '
'Burke retired
was a innkeeperwith
the Holiday Inn Motel.
Survivors include three
daughters McRae, Jacksonville, Mrs. Barbara; Mrs. ILONIDA oNDlonm.s.oreD, ,/O ADe 0 BONELESS aEEF 21' 1YI BONELESS 21' M au BLADE 21' M FRESH 21' M WESTERN 8 ., U. S. NO. 1 20'

;Iowa; and Mrs. Bonnie Mayo, J

.sister, Mrs. Annie McCpr- {! .
mick Grand Rapids, Mich; u.w PECnDovy. 2TO LO PKG. u INSPECTED GOVT. LARGE I 10 LB BAG

:nine great grandchildren grandchildren.and three 2 AG9 L B CORNP D.2V ? 3s = ?I15LB7i $1 99'I

Harley H. MarkhamLAKE ,

BUTLER Funeral ----- ----- ---' SUPER DISCOUNT COUPON! ------
services for Harley H. Mark- c uv! r=
ham were Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. in DRIVE ._. KRAFT ..
the chapel of Archer Funeral

Ward Home Markham officiated.here.,The 81,died Rev.Oct.Leman 20 in i 37* DETERGENT ;i ii : 1 MAYONNAISE !;

the Hospital Veterans in Lake Administration City after an I OFF J. 49oz I I I 320z II

extended illness. Born in WITH H7;' T.: WITHOUT Sl16 I / WITH .9,. WITHOUT 99,.. I ... ,
Columbia County, he lived in COUPON mr n COUPON I" d :
; ,. ; ; ; ;
the Lulu and Lake Butler I WITH ffWt COUPON AT MNTNV PfttM OH. Ol.tTOHM Wife OCT 2A THNU WID NOV 1 Itrs LIMIT l! ------------------------J
communities most of his life. .a... or INCH CINTI OPP COUPON WITH A r K m UOP.I FOOD Quoin TOIACCO MOOUCTI IHCLUOID .. ::
------------------------ A.
He was a World War I veteran

f Mrs. Mamie Markham, Lake $168 1 '41/ 1 "' $188 21' i Breakfast Bacon .M49 1 30
,Butler; two daughters, Mrs. Beef Round Steak 31'1 Yogurt I Beef Rib Steak

Elizabeth Regier, Henderson, MICK. FROZEN I 1.1 LI AVI I HOOD lOot, PURE QUARTS | U S. 10V'T. INSPECTED CORN FED SMALL END | \ileanluliotu: : 'H'M imminent: memo FlESH

(,Lauderdale Neb.; and Mrs.; one Helen son, Scot Rudolph Ft. Cornish Game Hens W '' Orange Juice 3/89" I Beef Rib Roast $168 21'! Choice""Fryer Parts :&:. a 89C 10

Markham, Gainesville; five PANTS PRIDE 1111 PHISliced .Z TO I II PKI SLICED I
'(step-daughters, Mrs. Lettie Ctlaark's0ePa.Patties: sin '
95C 'IFishNStickslPAO 2OBeef"Liver 69 2032oz
Deas, Jacksonville; Mrs Bologna M 119 : QUICK FROZEN TR PACK LI
Juanita Mikell, Branford >
Butler Mrs. ;Wilma Mrs Melovene Allen, Elrod Lake, Skinless Franks 69g 30Beef! Cube Steak II $ Great Ground II 59 ao | LambNEW Roast la cUM:. LI 79 50'
Archer; and Mrs. Ruby Lee I
Henry three 4R8 i TOES
England sisters
Butler, Mrs.; Mrs.Donna Delma;Ward Pearce, Lake, Oleo Quarters 35 e' [Beef Shoulder Steak II $ 21" I I Shoulder Roast ? $139 10' Lamb Chops SAW: II 99C elSAYE >-

Jacksonville; Mrs. Lola .
Douglas, Belglade; one brother (
Bloomer Markham, \ o /1 + A SAVE SAYE
Columbia City; 23 grandchildren (a ?t aoo 10 o00 25t IB ROYAL
and 14. great grand--

children.Virginia ThomasLAKE i I U S ; HUNT'SCATSUP ,] I CROWN _

00 c, 00 00
BUTLER Mrs. Vir- A' /
ginia C. Thomas, 63, died Oct. 1
21 in Alachua General Hos- {
pital after a brief illness.
Funeral services were Oct. .
23 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of /
Archer Funeral Home of Lake I ,
Butler.officiated.The Rev. RaymondBaer i O O O _J jLI __O .._ II

Mrs. Thomas was born in
White Plains. N.J. She
lived in the Lake Butler com-
munity for the past three EveryDayLowPriceOUIV

years.'Survivors include her hus- .. a
Lake Butler; four sons,Duane
Emerick, Miami Joel i .' "" IAA' 'HUNTEIS CHOICE 1! It I NCSUE t It lot CNVtlOMS
Michael Emerick,Thomas Lake, Raiford;Butler;; 'Macaroni I .& Cheddar 4/89/ { Pantry Pride Mayonnaise 79C'' 20'{Ration Dog Food 5299 ..'I Hot Cocoa Mix 79" >.'

and Robert Thomas, Massachusetts i 11.1 N1 !CANT INLS'III SL", Swill' LM ; 1!ounce
Mrs. Audrey; four Guise daughters, New, I I PunchElDetergent H39 3ojyva, yowesM | 2/st/ "!Potted Meat 6/M/ 701 PMottlsE/eApple Sauce 59" Ie'

; Joyce Fraser M ,1
Diane nessee;Russin Patricia, Vermont Noll ;N.J.her; j I Gebhardt Chili 'Quaker r' Grits 3/5/ 1 Spagh. & Meat Balls 39'-' : Waffle Syrup 79 40-

Edith New York Coss;, one New sister York,;Mrs.two I I Facial Tissue 3M 1 501 Grape Jam or Jelly 69C 10'i| Cake Mixes 59' '0 : Pancake Mix 69' 20's
Jr.New brothers, New Jersey,York George; Charles; and Cousins.several LaLa, SSfSK t I s Shortening M59 -j:! Trash Bags 79-.I' ": PUIINA I Toaster Pastries 49" 10-

grandchildren. .
tAYt NYl ( __ !AY! SAYS $MA
DO Spt O O 81 O a O p I/O, O p_ 10' O N O i 17

CLEO MeetingSet t BANQUET Couliflow.rBruisrl
Sunday' ] SUPPERS J : SpronlvOrocolli

The Crystal Lake En- _ :4_ I_ ii :_ :
vironmental Organization I
(CLEO) will have.. its monthly / / S\ 3lSAVE -
meeting Sunday Nov. 2, at / _
Crystal Lake Homestead Civil \ _
Organization Beach Area (the
western shore of Crystal -- --- -- ---- AAW

pm.last Lake.The from)meeting. 2:30: is pm.scheduled to 3:30:to |'j I,r GOLD MEDAT| (fi SAVE BREYEtUT') ,b BREAD KING SIII ti' ;ow RE io 1 FRUIT ,

Can't De |I 1.1 1/2 GAL. 1I 2Ooa LOAVES JJ PKa OP IS 241!$ CAN
The trouble with being a j PLAIN OM SELF' RHINO I I IIi s' ? '
leader today is that you I ON Old TMM ..0.. : OH Q/< STOMS W.O,OCT. a*, i / ,
be aura people are following | NOV. 1 171. ---J \ .1 TitObituaries "nJ ,
=_ = _- -
or chasing you. "..- -- -- -- -

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Pa.laTELEGRAPII October 30, 1975

BROOKERIN Homecoming At HAMPTON Wild Man Returns To Teens

: BRIEFBy Grace Baptist Spooks monsters and every Jacksonville, Gainesville,

Nov. 2 AREA NEWSby weird creature was there to Lake Butler, and Lake! City.
Jeannette Prescott greet the 300 young people as -----
they journeyed into the Next SUPER activity will
Sunday November 2,will be Josephine Fontaine unknown this last Saturday be the "National Stuff in' Day"on
PERSONALSMrs. the annual homecoming day CITY NEWS evening. Sat., Nov.22, at 8:30:
Marie Nichols of Lake- at the Grace Baptist Churchon City Council will meet A county patrol car led the the Pine Level Baptist
land visited her sister Mrs. Griffis Loop. November 11 at 8 p.m. at the way from the Piggly Wiggly Church.
Jeanette Prescott and family, Services will begin with City Hall. parking lot as a Tine of cars The young people of the
from Wednesday to Saturdaylast Sunday school at 10 a.m. The State Employment and busses formed the funeral community will be setting
a week. They all attendedthe Speaker at the morning representative will be at the procession. Upon arriving NEW World records in some
funeral of their uncle Mr. worship service will be Evan- City Hall and Recreation small groups of young people weird events. (VW stuff,
Hugh Markham Thursday; gelist Roger E. Bergstrom, a Center November 12 and 26. were lead through the haunted banana stuff weight gain, hot
October 23. He was a Veteranof former pastor of the church. Anyone needing employmentcan woods to a hanuted house and dog stuff, etc.)
World War I. Following services lunch check with him to see then to the world's largest
r s r rk ry"rT" Rev. Leman Ward conducted will be served and singing will what work is available. funeral tent, that housed a Used Book SaleIs
the services. Burial was in Mt. be enjoyed in the afternoon.All coffin and a body which all Under
Zion Cemetery in Union friends are Invited to RecreationThe viewed as they entered.As .
County.Mr. attend especially former Wednesday afternoon background music In GainesvilleUsed
and Mrs. Eddie members.Rev. Craft Class meets at 2:30: p.m. played, true but mysterious
Crummleon'ayettevllle, N.C. J.D. Robinson is serv- stories were told to set the books will be on sale
and Mr. and Mrs. W.F. ing as the interim pastor. Friends&NeighborsMrs. atmosphere for the return of for less than $1 at the old
Sheppard of Gainesville Kathryn Carbone of the dead, and truely) that Perry McGriff Building in
visited their cousins, Mrs. Starke Student Elizabeth, N.J. is visiting her evening the dead did come Gainesville Wed., Oct. 29,
Inez Green and family and mother, Mrs. T.F. Brown. alive to scare everyone into through Sat. Nov. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwardson USFScholariihip Mrs. Mary Jones of Palatkais flight. A gospel message was The annual book sale
Receives spending a few weeks with Don Scott spon-
Wednesday Oct. 22. then brought by sored by Gainesville Friendsof
Mr. and Mrs. Robert" T. her sister and brother-in-law, former police officer of the Library,will be held 9 to
and Mrs. A.C. Dennison.
Mr. Jacksonville. Invitation was
Hinton and daughter Valerie
9 on Wednesday ant 9 to 6 on
and Mrs. Fred Oliver of
week- Mr. given, with eight teenagers
of Ft. Lauderdale were
Starke resident Debbie Mitchell Thursday Friday and Satur-
Palatka were Sunday
end of Mr. and'Mrs.Ernest receiving Christ as their
guests day at 313 East
who received Alumni University
Mr and Mrs. A.C. Dennison personal Saviour.. Groups
Edwards and family.
Association Scholarship from Avenue across from the
Mrs. Tom Steele of Vero the University of South Florida present came as far as Chamber of Commerce.

', I Beach accompanied them was honored at a USF Church News \ ., -.M
i visiting her daughters,]; Mrs. reception Oct. 15. The Hampton Christian
Ernest Edwards and{ Mrs. She received a< year's full Church Ladies Council will
Inez Green. Also Mr; and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones
Col. Harry Hatcher, (left), and T.H.Slade present Rotary Foundation Scholarship award to Tommy Cox and family;They tuition award from the Jack' meet November 5 at 7:30: p.m.
sonville alumni chapter under in the home of Mrs. Kathy
Linda Rockwell, Instructor In Bradford Middle School.
attended the Gator
USF's new Scholarship for
Tedder on Highway 221 South.
in Gainesville. & Excellence which go to students Funeral Home
Linda Rockwell Awarded Mr. 'Alton Nichols and his from all of Florida. USF
Rotary son, Alton Lee Nichols, and President Cecil Mackey --
two grandsons James: and recognized over 100 winners of ; Asked to comment on the STARKE PHONE &6462OORENTAL
For broadMiss David arrived at the home of achievement awards at the inflation problem a government -
Scholarship Study Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott ceremony. official stated: "Thingsare 'HOSPITAL Beds. WAI KERS. WHEEL CHAIRS
Saturday morning. Before Miss Mitchell's home ad- unclear and attempts to ft CRUTCHES
Linda Rockwell, a ferent nations. An award sons to receive teachers they returned home to Lake- dress is 1402 Debra Street, impose clarity on the situation
teacher in Bradford Middle recipient must serve in the awards for study abroad from land the men went fishing and Starke. She is graduate of distort the facts." KEYSTONE HEIG TS..pHONE. 473-317.6t\i. ,
School has received a RotaryFoundation dual caJlBcitl.of student andunofficial among hundreds of candi- caught 21 nice sized fish. Bradford High School. Funny Funny World \
scholarship : of dates submitted worldwide.The .
valued at for at award covers round trip
$10,000, study good will" while abroad.
air fare between theawardee's
Lunds University Sweden The Starke Rotary Club has jet
residence and the
during the 1976-77 academic actively participated in the '
of incidental .S
year.The. Educational Awards Programfor place study plus
travel all registration -
scholarship award was two with T.H. expenses:
only ,
and other educa- sera ores.
announced at the October 22 Slade as chairman of the local tuition, VAN
meeting of the Starke Rotary foundation program in- tional fees; essential books
Club, which sponsored Miss volving a concerted effort by and education supplies: room : A
Rockwell in the scholarship all members. and board plus incidental 1 1
competition.Miss "The Rotary Foundation living expenses; and $300 for S a aM p fdP
travel.In .
limited educational
Rockwell currently Committee of our club was
teaches students with specific pleased to endorse Miss Rock- the case of Miss Rockwell -
learning disabilities, and her well to the District Committee three months of in-
study abroad will focus on where her educational tensive language study is also
instruction of the handi- background and outstanding included in the award for an

capped.The qualifications as a teacher of estimated total monetary ftffUND
Educational Awards the handicapped were value of $10,000 for the year'sprogram i_pa 1

Program is the main endeavor recognized and she was NOW OKNI
of The Rotary Foundationand recommended to the Rotary Miss Rockwell is a graduateof .I sow
seeks to promote under Foundation trustees" Slade the University of Florida
standing and friendly rela- said. with a Bachelor of Arts in
In the final selection, the Education and has been
tions between peoples of difSunday. in the Bradford *
trustees choose only 80 per- employed *
School since
County system Y
August 1970. She is continuingher *
NE LEYE ObituaryPrenteis education in graduate
school at the University of
FAAOIR IMIN u*c C1.oEo m *'
tarn CamplinPrenteis Florida, where she maintains ALL INDOUSLE NNT .
a 4.0 average while majoring a POOUTUIMTM STRETCH MUST
'J I *'
Tin studies dealing with specific ::
Camplin, 54, of 311 disabilities.tXfffffg. '
outs-.ahot_T-: W. Madison St., Starke died learning *R "6'.88 e 1*
Monday in the GainesvilleV.A.
: !$:::::: $:" "'*:::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :::: :;:: .k RASFUTI NION NLN RAT(
I I illness.Hospital after a brief Full knit -"uctIOll meld.. ad "7 TREATMENT *'

i Thanks r| a out. Richly lexUNcl w.a.a In 0 .-.'.-. AOOTOO*
LsrdOf AA
solid alas with slight ha. b .
Radio Broadcast : I *'
Born in Beechmont. Ky. on
ttwswlCARD I N Mad.In tw I1.S.A In alas 3p-/1
WPXE, 8:35: a.m.; Sunday June 8, 1921, he moved from *'
Training Hour, 10:00: a.m.; California to Starke in 1965, S. ew
Worship Service 11:00: a.m.; where he was employed as a OF THANKSThe STP OIL TREATMENT:
family of
Evening Training Hour 6:00: construction worker. He was Mary Dinkins
pm.; Evening Worship gratefully appreciates all the
of World
an Army veteran p IAV.f '
Service 7:00: kindness shown the family ?w 87c
p.m.Wednesday War II. WAS 21% *'
Evening during the illness and death of m er

Worship Service 7:30: p.m. our mother. TIE CIIIGIIAL .... Makes your engine run smoother. cooler, ,..,.
Surviving are his wife -The Children LEYI'setLUE{ JEANS
4-11.101 quieter, longer! Kaeps oil. and water'
Pastor: Roman Alvarez Willie B. Camplin; one TOANTEII-MDNd 1 I tin.VAHWrCK h hY
Youth Pastor: Gary brother, Herbert Camplin, CARD OF THANKS CANOFENCR .do.IO. *
Wheeler Beechmont Ky.; and one The family of Rev. Andrew F. 4' TT 4. .
Church 964-6490; Parsonage sister, Mrs. Ann Wqndon. Vanes wishes to thank aH of The Jwinlt-lo.fi I 1_" Top *
964-8877. Peoria 111.Funeral our friends and relatives for the weight cotton dells. it rlvMd ,
and bar tocjted. 29-38. ,..,.
beautiful flowers food, cards : .. ...
services were held and many acts of kindness .
TAKE A FLOP IDAORANGEJUICE at 2 p.m. Wednesday in shown during the time of I\I\ 1 *
I DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with sorrow, for the loss of our loved\ I't t LONOtUEVEOtxTUWMirn I
1 i i Rev. George L. Harper of- one. May God bless each of you I ,.....,...
ficiating. Interment was in is our prayer. 111m .
B R EAK Evergreen Cemetery near -The Family. of Rev. AndrewF. 9lsnun I

Raiford. VamesI' Tailored in a rich,, aw wTTE t

I textured blond.. Stays ,...,...
Stayswrinklefroo.Twobur'' ''' ..

pockets.Mootpatrerna WAt IAVIUP TO WAS ...". WAS SAYS WAS fAV.I ,...,.
/ i..sSM and, (H solids.XL. 3hN axKM .Hf m.Jiff US .JAr D m ......

Short On Camh? ...
Burgess alkaline C or D Vy roosted using absolutey 120 -" .....,.11x11.: Lang 'lasting shlno" with no ...
4 coll batteries, 2-pock no fatsno ollsno sugar. Bounty handles tough lobs. bufflng.1 1 Pt...... 110"'..
Limit, I N. ,.'..li...,. ............

See Olin, He Will Trade .i q r '- --- : J A ,{ .p : r.i *

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(t" /_ For"Anything"from 'm .'iie il I *'

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All cotton,full cut rare** Cotton knit elhletie shirts cLouovn sort13T 'k WAS SAY. WAS ...". sou uvS .... ,...,...
A fart. T-shirts with taped 811.11.Elri.h8/1N.T- I I 1'1 LN J.ft' 11% Ng ... an JAf" r. 1AVI 1 ...
neck br I els with elastic shirts HIM. S. M L. %L. LATII81$ ..
waist. 6-la. Cotton srMrts,2fU4l/. Colas. 10-16. /' y NN CALCULAT01 F-.c. IOJIiNAu m ...-..CLUltlI oz. nllllll ULU, I-'AI *
Add subtract multiply and Pagoda pattern by Anchor Cleans, disinfects, deodo.
Battleshipto 4. w 4 4'4, 4 4. 4. dirid3N3'i.. By Glfar, Ho"'''". 12 ot. aI... '1_.. 1311.VAUMST011.il a. bolls Spplding.. ,pu alttavwaiii..I *

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Western shirts \Diamond Joy -- t *
. In new duoprintknife. /figuremakers. lit
10-16. / and. flatter a.arnbly. .. *
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Would _-.----..=W 32-/ A-C .AI. WAS .. ,...,...
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I With 12 color shows. 16 Fan.
fonedat' If'wldo
cores 011 sticks to smooth
*' strips 112 color slides.I lnlantly.HlaWvoy' .. .' dry surface Now........., "Usoelnhrla.tal and wood and.At.rla._f_ ,.....,....

! 'I.,:: Olin Has A Good Selection Of I .... * * * *

I 1': L Used & Repossessed f ,.u .::( COLIC.N,11N DUN ROMMU CAMCUAkVIOZ. NINRAIuv ,...,....

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Mobile HomesOLIN'S I -Ie ...,_bN f 4 4 ...". MX -._..--....-..-... SAV...N7L.w.nAw ,......,...

MHPTS TUMI. WOO MtTFANMTwetene. _..",* ir't WA' ;:-- *
Cedes O"'lan' ""*- M* rifld....... Pea. In canvas.... Ijrldga. typo fit* .;. .
Sisegdpal.. 7-11 I ..,. ,.".,.... '.10. *lnyl --. 10 3. ,. : .':" Got 12 "'J.II'Ie Ate *
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October 30.1975 TELEGRAPH Page 13:

St. Mark's 10TilS
episcopal Open Sunday

Church \ : E W/,1 .


\ "
Thursday October 30th -
3:30: p.m. Junior Choir ,1'r'
Practice; 7:30: p.m. Senior '
Choir Practice. 1A \,:, \
Sunday, November 2nd
ALLSAINT'S SUNDAY -8:30: 1 \ 1 I'.
a.m. Holy Eucharist; 9:45: I oL Be&tQuantity j
a.m. Church Eucharist.School; 11:00: gl
a.m. r ;
Monday, November 3rd ,.
2:30: p.m.Girl Scout Troop No.

614.Tuesday, November 4th i T'.L At 1 'j
7:30: p.m. Vestry Meeting.
Wednesday, November 5th-
'2:30: p.m. Brownie Troop No

eEEF PEOQ1. Quantity
v- Right!

up OCT. 30 THRU NOV. 5 % A'' .:,,:wc.N$70111 ,

1, 1

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C(2"peflSunday ( COUPON 0000 OC'10 IMUU NOV.. :::=-
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: Sunday School .
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship 1 /S ; BACON :: 1 I 0-:
11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: ---a :;=-
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 1 WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70. i-: ,
.. .,
r S r r O* MOPJI IMCi. CI.APJITTI it Ml I I P11AS1.S
Day Prayer, 9:30: ffi ; ; rr&
p.m.a.m.;; Girls Youth Ensemble Choir, Central, 6:40 r / ) ) )))) '

.Training Tuesday School: Baptist, 7 p.m.Women's .1t& l'ltttl.lirKEqd.MM"I.(( I (" h.

Council 11 a.m.; Luncheon 12 .
'noon; Program 12:30: p.m.; 0 COUPON ttOOB OCT.99 THRU NOV.I :=-
;Business Meeting, 1 p.m.;; F -a LAND O' :
Junior.' Choir, 3:30: p.m.; Central -
> Training School, 7 p.m. SUNSHINEBUTTER 9a Jca ::
; Wednesday: Family Sunday : ;:::
, upper, 6:15: p.m.; I ,...) '
.School Workers Mtgs., RA's,
,'GA's,Acteens,World Friends, : : S : WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50. g:
'Mission Friends, ,.... ,. .
6:45: p.m.; J::; WOI"'NI PUKN.II OP PUS.LAND 0'SUNININI .un.Cc't :::-
.&, 'Hour of Power," 7:30: p.m.; P '\AT =ANUS-IU CN:.INMI I AND.1 COUPON IOTA[PUUCN/NI PIN / ::.:.P.ID \I1 / ;;.
;Adult Choir, Trustee ,
8:15.. p.m. )W )))ii )))))))i'i'p')) )))) fWVY)1,1)1)1'W) ),))
'; Thursday: Visitation, 9:30La.m. :
, .; Visitation, 7 p.m. S S S S ilc d( _
". Saturday: Bus Ministry S / S Mttl.8trKErdll, t'l'
Visitation, 8:30: a.m.V ,.
COUPON 000.OC 70 IN.u NOV. I :::-


'. Bob Fuller Pastor S I I7-.. Q5 ri:

Schedule SK-230Aoff230 of Services: Wednesday ; 1 S -a CAKES. C.KI

evening Prayer WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50 : ::
Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Sabbath. 1 1 1 J. WON TMI PWKCMABI OP !.....PIPPIMIDM fARm* ,....PANS 0f1 0-:_
Saturday; Sabbath School 11tAtn. At AM.ON TWIt. PAM AND A 1011 PUBCHAM O* .
.,Sabbath Church at noon. ,' / + OB PAOBB COUPON Nil CYITONU1 tf
: Everybody Is welcome for ) ) %)) )iW) ) ) ) )).P))
Christian fellowship and wor- 1 I
Baptist Church WHOLE

"V'' Rev pastor Bob Cooper CHUCK 31!' CANNED $100

:. 3 4
Sunday School 10 a.m.;
':!Morning Worship 11 a.m.;'
Youth Choir 5:30: p.m.; ROAST HAM LB. $$529
,"tChurch Training 6:30: p.m.; LB.
,[Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; CANT
,Wednesday Prayer and Bible T
>Study 7:30: p.m.


'.in The Clay Beulah County Baptist on SR Church 21 will RIB ROAST $18 'CiiujHCiEssROAST $139
1 observe its 125th anniversary ,. .
''Sunday, Nov. 9 at a
i homecoming.A .
former pastor, H.H. Mott HARVCST FRISM .
will be the guest speaker for
the morning service. S NE RIPErTomatoes
Former pastors, members, STAYMANAPPLES !
w .
former members and friendsare u
invited to a basket lunch
,and services. Lunch will be I I
';served at Ip.m.
There will be special musicin
the afternoon.

'Orth S. Collins, 68 BARTLETT PEARS 9 99C CORN 1 1/

"" RAIFORD Funeral serVices -
. for Orth S. Collins. 68, W M' l>(i K i OUSJUMBO
u.s. No. 1 Regular Vent Vue
were held Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. in ,
the chapel of Archer Funeral APPLES 1OBAG99C'I.
Home of Lake Butler with the POTATOES
Rev, Hugh Walters official-
Collins died Oct.23 in the VA
Hospital in Lake City after an u. S. NO. 1
extended illness. Born in Potatoes 2 LB3.39c' Shoulder $159
Tennessee,Collins lived in Ft. Sweet . Roast . .LI.
Lauderdale most of his life -

until 1968. moving He was to a veteran Raiford in of HARVEST Cucumbers FRESH POE49cr( : F CRACKIN Saltine GOOD Crackers 2.0Ll.3 $100

World War I and a member of . . 5 ar' +" I' .
the Presbyterian church.
widow Survivors, Mrs. Georgia include Collins. Ground Beef 79 Bread 3' ". $100USDA
Raiford; one daughter, Mrs. . '. LI. I Family . .


,C Texas Collins Collins; S.two Miami California sons;, and Orth; three Gene L. Baking Hens . . LI. 69 Large Eggs . . DOZ. 59C

sisters, Mrs. Pauline Bisbino.
Miami; Mrs. Sarah Clifford.
Ft Lauderdale, and Mrs. MORTON
Kate Sherman Los Vegas
Nev.; and 11 grandchildren. ORANGE PIE SHELLS






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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Glen Shuford and Mrs Randy Blom and
Church of God: Sunday Nathan flew to Cleveland Va.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Griffis on Friday and will spend a STRATORS :
CASE NO that W.C. Powell the holder of that W.C. Powell the holder of : Toys Et Gifts.
ACTION the following certificates has the following certificates has 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and family, and Mrs. Maines week with her uncle and aunt, Work now thru December.
Prayer Meeting! Tuesday 7:30: Griffis and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith FREE
of HAMP-- filed said certificates for a tax filed said certificates for a tax sample Kit. No experience
IN RE: The Marriage CASE NO.75183In
Friday, : p.m.
p.m. and Mrs. Tom and .
TON GRADY HOWELL, HUBband deed to be Issued thereon. The deed to be issued thereon. The Palatka, Mr. family.Mrs. needed. Call or write
Evergreen Baptist, : Sunday and and
Mr. Groves
''certificate numbers and of certificate numbers and of Whaley and family, Wayne Santa's Parties, Avon, Conn.
/Petitioner, and ABBIE re: The Matter of the Adoption years School 10 a.m. worship Ser- and Mrs. Bob Smith and Michael of Hawaii
issuance, the description of the issuance, the description of the son, 06001. Ph 1 ((203)) 6733455.
IRENE HOWELL WIFE/RE- of TAMMY DENISE PAD vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. family were Sunday dinner week with her parents Rev.
property, and the names in property, and the names in Also Booking Parties 8/21
SPONDENT. GETT Meeting Wednesday
Prayer guests of their mother, Mrs. and Mrs E.C. Harvey They
which ft was assessed are as which it was assessed are as 13tp 11113
7:30: p.m. Nellie Wilkinson their sister went to visit her brother and .
NOTICE OF SUIT- NOTICE SUIT- follows: follows: Faith Baptist: Radio Mrs Daisy Boat, and Lynn. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. -------- -
Certificate 56. Certificate No. 57
NO PROPERTYTo NO PROPERTYTo No. Program over WPXE Starke Friends of Mrs. Joe Harley
Andy Harvey, at Perry. Part time. Permanent local work
Year of Issuance 1973. Year of Issuance: 1973..
: All Interested Parties : Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 regret to learn that she is a Mr. and Mrs. Herman H.Wallstrom checking serialized inventoryat
: Abbie Irene Howell\\ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Description of Property: 4336 Description of Property: #4383 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. patient In St. Vincent'sHospital of Sanford were retail for
stores major
Lot 6 of Blk. 7 Uncoln Sec. 1 lot in NW Cor. of Lot 2 of Blk.
Unknown City and 7:30 Prayer Meeting
Address that an action for adoption has : p.m. Jacksonville. Our Friday overnight guests of manufacturers. No Invest-
36, TWP 6-S, R 22. 5 Run E. 105.31, S 110', W 7:30 Bible
been filed against and p.m. are with her.
you you prayers their cousin, Mrs. Pierce ment. Invenchek, Box 76680,
105.3' N 110' to Sec. 33
Name in which assessed Mae
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat to of : Study. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler
are required serve a copy Crews. Atlanta Ga. 30328. 10/30 3tp
TWP 6 S. R 22.
an action for dissolution of your written defenses. any to RobinsonAll Grace United | Methodist: and daughters, of New Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs 11/13
marriage has been filed againstyou it, on the plaintiff's attorney, of said property being in Name in which assessed: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Smyrna Beach, spent the spent Saturday afternoon with
and you are required to whose name and address is the County of Bradford,.State of William F. RosserAll Worship Services 11 a.m. and weekend with their parents, their brother, Cue Dobbs in
of written Florida. of said property being In 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7 Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley.
serve a copy your GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, Bradford County Hospital.
defenses, if any, to it on SHAW Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer Unless such certificate or the County of Bradford State of pm. and United Methodist Other guests of the Mosleyswere Major and Mrs. James

AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneys 1030, Starke, Florida 32091, and certificates shall be redeemed Florida. Fellowship 7:30: p.m. Wed- their brother-in-law and Dougherty and sons, Capt. Motorccles
for Petitioner, whose address is fie the original with the clerk of according to law the property certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or nesday.United. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Billy and Mrs. Russell Lines, and IP t II II J
described in such certificate or Methodist Women of Jacksonville.Miss .
142 West Cat Street, Post Office the above styled court on or Taylor, Major and Mrs. William
certificates will be sold to the according to law the property met in the Parsonage at 10 Elizabeth and
Box 1086, Starke, Florida, before November 21, 1975; Terry Obert, all of Valdosta, and
highest bidder at the courthouse described in such certificate or Tuesday, Oct. 21, with Mrs. Darlene Norman carried
32091 and file the original with otherwise be a.m. Billie and Ray Wilson, of the
a judgment may certificates will be sold the SUZUKI OF STARKE Your
to :
the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt entered against for the relief door on the 25th day of Mrs. Jim Hall and Miss Mrs. Lissie Starling home on University of Florida, authorized
you Suzuki
bidder the Dealer.
highest at court
November 1975.
Authurine Blanchard as Thursday after she spent
before November 7, Gainesville, were home for
1975, otherwise on or a judgment may demanded in the complaint or Dated this 24th day of October house door on the 25th day of hostesses. Meeting was calledto sometime with her daughter, the weekend.Mr. Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call

petition. 1975. November 1975. order by Mrs. George Mrs. Elsie Norman duringher Street
be entered against you for the WITNESS hand and the and Mrs. Pewee Griffis tfchg.----
my Dated this 24th of October ---
day Mrs. -
Roberts Sr. president. accident.
relief demanded in the Petition. and daughter of Lake City
seal of said Court on October 14, ,
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 1975. the
WITNESS my hand and the Frank gave Mrs. Ola Starling, Mr. and spent the weekend with their
seal of said Court on the 6th day 1975. By: Beulah M. Moody devotional and also the Mrs. Charles Starling, Wayne grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
10/30: 4tchg 11/20 Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk After the
and Melissa
program Sunday
spent B.L. Wilkison, Sr.
of October, Gilbert S. Brown Puncheon PERSONAL
-------------- By: Beulah M. Moody was served by the with their son-in-law and Mrs. Iva McKinney, of SERVICE

4 J Gilbert S. Brown As Clerk of said Court NOT1CEOFAPPUCATION hostesses. There were 16 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Starke, spent Sunday afternoon -
W. Griffis
:3 I
FOR 10/304tchg 11/20 ladies present.
As Clerk of said Court' Harvey, of Perry. with her cousin, Mrs.
As Deputy Clerk TAX DEED ---------__..: :.._ United Methodist Youth Mrs. Carrie Prevatt and her Pierce Crews. '
By: Beulah M. Moody 10/16' 4tchg 11/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Fellowship has chosen Nov. 1 BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO sister Mrs. Alberta Brown of Hansen
Mrs. Sidney was a
Deputy Clerk .. ______ raise sharpening service, circular,
that W.C. Powell the holder of, REGISTER as "Slave Day" to Orlando were Tuesday Sunday dinner guest of her
10/9 4tchg 10/30 of is the following certificates has FICTITIOUS NAME money for their Activity hand, carbide, chain, mower
The City Hampton now overnight guests of Mr. and sister, Mrs. Walter Martin.
accepting bids for their Sanitation filed said certificates for a tax Pursuant 10'Section 666.09 Fund. Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Another Peter Dougherty, son of blade hollow ground and
------------- balanced. Leave at Jackson
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Contract which will run deed to be issued thereon. The Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Highland Baptist: Sunday dinner guest of the Prevails Major and Mrs. Dougherty
REGISTER from Nov. 1975 to Nov. 76. The certificate numbers and years of by given that the undersigned School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- was their daughter, Mrs. L.H. celebrated his 2nd birthday on Building Supply, Starke or

FICTITIOUS NAME following stipulations were issuance, the description of the James A. Dave Fit. 3, Box 108, vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Harper. of Starke. Friday with a family party. Keystone Heights tfchg.
attached to the contract by the property, and the names in Starke Bradford County, Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Col. Wm. Wilson attendedthe Ice Cream and cake were ------------
Sanitation Committee: which it was assessed are as business p.m. 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes
Pursuant to Section 86809 Florida, 32091, doing Northslde Bqptist: Sunday Monthly Civilian Military served.
and mobile homes. $180
Florida Statutes, notice is here- follows: under the firm name of "DAVIS School Ser- group at Cocoa Beach last Guests through the week at
10 Worship
by given that the undersigned 1. Garbage must be picked up Certificate No. 96. TRUCKING", At. 3. Box 108, vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Thursday, the home of Mr. and Mrs. installed, $140 uninstalled.
William O. Dodd, Box 280, once per week on the day set up Year of Issuance: 1971. Starke, Bradford County, Prayer Meeting Wednesday James R. Hall Sr of Or- Harold Eunice were Mrs. Elsa GATOR MOBILE HOME

Starke, Bradford County, by the Sanitation Committee Description of Property: Florida 32081, intends to register 7:30: mond Beach, was a Sunday Griffis of Starke, on Saturday, SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767,
Florida 32091, doing business and the person whose bid is #4950X10100 Beg at SE Cor ofSWofSEY.W75'N100'E said fictitious name under the p.m. dinner guest of his son and and Miss Michelle Eland, of Gainesville. tfchg.
accepted. In case of rain, the ------------
under the firm name of provisions of aforesaid statute. SCHOOL NEWS daughter-in-law. Rev. and Keystone Heights, on
garbage can be picked up on then 75', S 100' to Beg. Sec. 20, James A. Davis, sole owner. The Lawtey Halloween Mrs. Jim Hall Jr., and family. Tuesday.Mr. HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of

"BRADFORD AUTO BROKER," Kt working day. TWP 7 S, R-22. Dated this 7th day of October, Carnival was a successful and Mrs. Wayne Hardee arts and crafts. Also
South 301, Starke, Bradford 2. Only garbage in bags will Name in which assessed: Mid A.D. 1975. fund-raising project this year. Mrs. C.R. Crews spent three and family visited a week with guaranteed stereo repair. 155-

County, Florida 32091, intendsto be picked up. These bags must State Homes, Inc. 10/9 4tp 10/30 All expenses have not been weeks with her son-in-law and Rev. and Mrs. Raymond A West Call, Ph. 9647329.
said fictitious be set in the driveway or some All of said begin In daughter Mr. and Mrs. BillWoodard
register name property tfchg.
-------1M-----' paid as yet but a gross total of Caudill, of Hampton, Tenn.
under the provisions of aforesaid other convenient place near the the County of Bradford, State of over $3,400 was received. and family of They went sightseeing every -------- ----
statute. rce
William O. Dodd, sole owner. must also be in bags. Unless such certificate or FOR. wish to thank all Mr. and Mrs. H.C. attended the Childrens Homein Sales, service, installation,
Dated this 14th day of October 3. Trash (limbs, old tires, certificates shall be redeemed TAX DEED those that assisted and Crews and family of Clear- Bristol Tenn. stereos, phono, reel-reel,

A. D. 1975, at Starke, leaves, etc.) will be picked up by according to law the property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, especially those that attendedthe water. Mr.. and Mrs. H.C. Chief and Mrs. John Davis tapes, cassetes, radios. Work
Florida. the bidder at the discretion: of described in such certificate or that W.C. Powell the holder of carnival. Crews and Joy brought her and son, of Mayport, were guaranteed. 155-A West Call,
101164tchg 11/6 the bidder and the Chairman of certificates will be sold to the the following certificates has The fourth and fifth grade home on Friday and were her Saturday overnight guests of 964-7329. trchg.ELECTRICIAN .
the Sanitation Committee. bidder at the court filed said certificates for overnight guests. Saturday
-- highest a tax students traveled to Southside Mr.. and Mrs. B.F McCulleyand --- --- ---
------------ 4. Only trash piled by the side house door on the 25th day of deed to be issued thereon. The Elementary for athletic her son-in-law and daughter, >alvd. EXPERIENCED,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of the road will be picked up. November 1975. certificate numbers and years of competition on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Tommy Clayton Friends of Mrs. Ernest licensed, bonded, reasonablerates

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 5. If the job is not completedto Dated this 24th day of Oc- issuance, the description of the and Tom, of Jacksonvillecame Grider, of Starke, aunt of Mr. save money. 9646061.
and all of them had
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR the satisfaction of the Sanitation tober, 1975. property, and the names in PERSONALSMr. and Mrs. B.F. McCulley, tfchg.,
dinner with her.While she
BRADFORD COUNTY. i Chairman, the Chairman which it was assessed are as and Mrs. Giles Mitchell in Clearwater she attendedthe regret that she is a heart -- ---- -- .. --
CASE NO. 75-221 has the to warn the Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
right person
follows: and family, of Lake Butler, wedding of her grandson patient In Bradford County BABYSITTING done in
once and after this first warning, by: Beulah M. Moody Certificate No. 119 visited their brotherinlawand Hospital. Our prayers are my
Mikel Crews of Mr and home. Hot lunch
son fenced
IN RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ. the is considered 1120iNVITATIoT'775'Bit
contract 10/30 4tchg Year of Issuance: 1971 with her.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill .
Mrs. H.C.. Crews and Miss yard. State Road 100. Mon.
BELLWOOD, Husband, and
broken if the error is not cor-
--- Description of Property: Begat Dobbs and
--- family Monday Linda Lee Jones also of f .,- Sat. Call-496-3336.
P. BELLWOOD Wife. 'l ; ) ,
rected in a reasonable length NE Cor of NWVi of MN/., lafternoon. .
> Clearwater. 1tp 10/30
ne. In such case the contract The Board of County Conv'jrnnsKmers Sly 750', W 10001 to Ely R/W of j Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Martin and ('I. ) .\1) IIATKSItcstlliiif :
Mr Mrs ;
c Wayne ------ --'---
I NOTICE OF SUIT w>l be remade with the next of Bradford County Co RD. Nwty on Ely R/W to'N.-' 'of South Daytona spent the Gustafson :
ToBonnie: P. BeNwood bidder in Hne. wiN receive sealed bids to be ,'were Sunday i MACHIN'ES
Une of NWVi of NWK/, BY1200' } weekend with their-mother, dinner guests of their grandparents fo> Insertion! SEWING\ repaired,
2016 Burgandy Street 6. The City of Hampton opened at 1000: A.M. In the M/L to PCB, Ex. Lot 150"EEtW Mrs Hester Hicks, their Mr. and Mrs. Arlie TIII'Kdll' \non precedingThursday all makes cleaned, oiled and
New Orleans, Louisiana reserves the right to reject any or Bradford County Courthouse on by 240' N Er S being 180' S brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Dobbs.Community. before publication adjusted, $7. Work guaranteed -
70116 al bids. Monday December 1, 1975 for of NE Cor of NWV of NWJ4 ft James Strickland

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bids may be turned In to the the following: Ex. parcels In or 75-451, 462, 463 corner Morgan' Road Er ,
:Minimum $2.INI' Hwy
an action for dissolution of City Clerk no later than Nov. 10, 1 CHASSISAS Sec: 24-TWP 8-S, R-22. 16. tfchgCHLDCARE
(Co\crs i I.i: \\ HdslKucliunrdoer I
marriage has been filed againstyou 1975. These bids must not have PER THE FOLLOWING Name in which assessed: ( - -- -
: - -
and you are required to the name of the bidder on them. SPECIFICATIONS: Joseph A. Welch. I U
serve a copy of your written The Clerk will assign a numberto 1. GMC-S6000 (Chassis All of said property being in III c" itS : My home, hotlunches

defenses, if any, to it on the plain envelope they will be Cowl); Chevrolet SE60 the County ol Bradford, State of snacks, fenced play
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor sealed in and the bids will be (Chassis Cowl); I.H.C. 1600 Florida. All (lashliied \ds must be yard, shady. Hour, day or

Petitioner, whose address is opened at the next Qty Council (Chassis Cowl); Dodge S-700 Unless such certificate or News |paid for in art once unleHH > mi week. All ages. 9645610.

114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box meeting Nov. 11. (Chassis Cowl); Ford F ,. 500 certificates shall be redeemed hate tin established uccminl 10/23 4tchg 11/13

995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and (Chassis Cowl) according to law the property By Elisabeth Givens Walker wllh he Telegraph in aha I --- -- -

file the original with the Clerk of Mary Lee Allen 2. Wheelbase 158" (plus or described In such certificate or rteiil) :ill<> cents extra:; charge WE BUY Pecans daily at the

the above-styled Court on or Qty Clerk minus 4"1.) certificates will be sold to the Adult School NewMethodist Church. Church for billing./( Ned. responsible for Starke Farmers Market. J.R.

before November 17, 1975, 10/23 2t 10/30: 3. G.V.W. 19,000 Ibe. highest bidder at the court Adult Basic Classes are School, 9 a.m. Communion errors when given liter the Wainwright 6 Sons- tfchg.
otherwise a judgment may be "------------- 4. Engine 330 V-8 (Imin.1) house door on the 25th day of being offered at the old RJE Service, 11 a.m. plume ire when Clip"' is not ---- --- --

entered against you for the relief IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 5. Instruments Standard November, 1975. School for those interested in Ebenezer Baptist Church aped and brought to the of MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also

demanded in the Petition. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT dash Insulation. Dated this 24th day of October continuing their education for and New Bethel Baptista lice. mobile home hurricane

WITNESS my hand and the OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 6. Air Cleaner Dry type. 1975. better job sell-Improvement Church Rev. Leroy Davis and mobile home roof anchoring 1

seal of said Court on the 13th BRADFORD COUNTY. 7. Oil Filter 2 qt. deluxe full or earning a high school pastor. Ebenezer services coating. din's MOBILE Home

day of October, 1975. CASE NO.75-306: flow Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk diploma. The opportunity is begin with Prayer Meeting Service. 964-5606. St. Rd.

8. Front Axle 5,000 IDS. By: Beulah M. Moody' waiting for you. For information Thursday night and Bible AUTOMOBILES 16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Fla.
Gilbert S. BrownAs In Matter of the Adoption of: 9. Front Spring 2600-3000 10/30 4tchg 11/20 call Vo-Tech, 9646150. Study combined. Church tfchg.

Clerk of Said Court CUFTON LEE OEHLER each; Front and Rear Shock -------------- School,9:45.: Morning Worship USEDFOR -- -- --- -
By: Beulah M. Moody' Absorbers. NOTICE OF Church News at 11, BTU 5 p.m. EveningMt.
Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT 10. Rear Axle Single Speed. APPLICATION FOR Pisgah AME Church. Service, 6:30: p.m. COUNTRY MOBIL TV Service
10/164tchg 11/6 To'James: Alston MurdockP.O. 11. Rear Springs Progressivetype TAX DEED a. Rev. George Forman pastor. New Bethel Services begin SALE: 1973 Dodge pick-up introductory offer $5 on first

-------------- Box 1061 6700 7500 Ibs. each. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Church School, 10 a.m. with Prayer Meeting and 3/4 ton club cab, air, PS, PB, service call, 20 years' ex-
Charlotte, North Carolina 12. Tires Six ((6))7.60 x 20 10 that W.C. Powell the holder of Morning Worship at 11. Bible Study combined Wed cruise control, trailer brake perience. Service on all makes

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ply Tube Type. the following certificates has Communion Service. nesday night. Friday night, control, camper shell 318, 2 TV's, stereos, antennas. Will

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN an action for Adoption has 13. Brakes Service hydraulicwith filed said certificates for a tax Greater Bethlehem Freewill Halloween party. Sunday services obi $2499. Highway 100 fix in home if possible. Elmer

AND FOR BRADFORD been filed and you are an interested vacuum reserve tank with deed to be Issued thereon. The Baptist Church, Rev. begin with Church south of Starke / mile Sam A. Porter, Ph. 9646679. The

COUNTY, FLORIDA.File party and are required to warning light. certificate numbers and years of Jasper I Williams pastor. School, 9:45.: BTU. 5 p.m. Lane, Box 117A. 10/23 2tp Bargain Center, 301 South.

serve a copy of your written 14. Brake Lining Size Front issuance, the description of the Weekly services began with New Hope Baptist Church, 10/30/ tfchg.
No. 1-2354 defenses, if any, to it on 14" x 2 12"Rear 15" x4". property, and the names In Tiny Tots and Ushers Board Rev. L.W. Mosley pastor. -- ----- ---- ------------

Case No.75-303.CP RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney 15. Brakes, Parking Drum which it was assessed area, .as No. 3 meeting Monday night. Church School, 10 a.m. FOR SALE: 1969 Ambassador HOUSES ft TRAILERS pressure

for Petitioner, whose address is Type, size 9-1/2" x 2-1/2" follows: Tuesday night Prayer Morning Worship at 11. After station 8 cyl. auto- washed\ with chemicals. Wash
IN RE: ESTATE OF NELLE 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Orscheln type hand lever. Certificate No. 80. Meeting was held. Wednesday noon Service, 3 p.m. matic air wagon and full clean away dirt and mildew. Guar-

I HAMRICK NOLLMAN, 995, Starke Florida, 32091, and 16. Transmission four ((4)) Year of Issuance: 1971 night, Senior Choir rehearsal. Greater Allen Chapel AME 1 and runs good power$800 or anteed. Ph. 4732213. 10/30
deceased. fie the original with the Clerk of speed automatic.. Description of Property: Lots Thursday night Ladies Church Rev R.G. Heastie best offer.very 964-8087. 10/9/ 4tp 1120ALCOHOLICS

\ the above-styled Court on or 17. Cooling System heavy. 6, 7, of Blk 4 in Uncoln City. Circle. Friday night, annual pastor Love Feast Friday 10/30 --- -- -------
NOTICE TO CREDITORS before November 17, 1975, duty permanent antlf.1B. .-. Sec: 32, Twp.-6-S, R-22. Halloween Carnival will be night Church School, 9:45: 4tchg
I ------------
To all creditors and all persons otherwise the relief demanded in Electrical H,D. wire 42 Name In which assessed: Sam held, with many fun games Sunday. Communion Service, ANONYMOUS:
having claims or demands the Petition will be granted and amp alternator 12 volt -70 amp McCutchen.All and prizes. 11 a.m. and 5:30: p.m. FOR SALE: 1971 Pontiac GT 37 114 Christian Street, Starke,

, against this estate: you will be deemed by the Courtto battery directional signals on of said property being in Sunday is Pastoral Day, by owner Gray Flynn, $ 595. Fla. Thursdays and Sundays,
You are notified and requiredby have waived any further interest front 4 way safety flashers the County of Bradford, State of with Church School at 9:30.: Call 964-5634 or 964-7266. 8 p.m. Call 9644-5709: 964-

Section 733.15 Florida in this matter. back up light switch wiring Florida. Morning Worship at 11. ./J. tfchg.FOfllsALE. 5434 or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp

Statutes to file any claims and WITNESS my hand and the harness to rear of frame. Unless such certificate or Evening Service, 6 p.m. Irl Oki, 1f !11l.E/t -------- 12/24
demands which you may have seal of said Court on the 13th 19. Steering Power certificates shall be redeemed Pleasant Grove and Mt. : 1973 Ford Courier, ------------

against the estate of Nelle Ham- day of October, 1975. 20. Fuel Tanks :30 gallons according to law the property Morlah United Methodist i. \ ) I custom built fiberglass dog TV REPAIRS Er SERVICE: Also

rick Nollman, in the Orcuit 21.E described In such certificate or Pariah Rev WillieStitt pastor box Et tool box, oversized tires used TV for sale $29.95 and

Court, in and for Bradford Glbert S. Brown trio Horns certificates will be sold to the Weekly services begin with ) & rims, AM/FM radio Er tape up. Used furniture and ap-

County, County Courthouse, As Clerk of said Court highest bidder at the courthouse Tiny Tots rehearsal each first .""/--\lm" 0;> .- .: player 2000. $1.800 without pliances. Plumbing and bathroom
Starke, Florida, within four By: Beulah M. Moody Gilbert S. Brown, door on the 25th day of and second Tuesday, 6 p.m. /'.:'....., 8 dog box Er tires Ph. 9648369. fixtures. THE BARGAIN
months from the date of the first Deputy Clerk dork to Board November, 1975. Wednesday night Prayer y :< Itp 10/30: CENTER, 301 SOUTH. tfchg.
publication of this notice. 10/302tchg 11/8 Dated this 24th of Meeting. Thursday night .i ------------
10/16 4tchg 11/6 day October t (M ------------
Each claim or demand must ----------_____ -------------- 1975. Bible Study, 8 p.m. Sunday i FOR SALE: 1975 Explorer tt
be in writing and must state the services begin with Church "11 used to be thai fool ton, loaded like new, 4,000 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
, place of residence and post- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk School 10 a.m. Morning and his a miles. Call 964-7071. Itp
t office address of the claimant REGISTERA REGISTER By: Beulah M. Moody Worship at 11. Communion money were soon parted. 10/30

I and; must I be" sworn to by the FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME 10/30 4tchg 11/20 Service, 4 p.m. Now It's happening to all I -- __i----m--jiri -i -- FASHION CAREER: Own a
claimant his agent, or his at Pursuant to Section 866.08 Pursuant to Section 865.09. Mt. Moriah United of ..." FOR SALE: 1973 F250! Ford V/8/ highly profitable ladies apparel
torney. Florida Statutes, Notice is Florida Statutes, notice is -------------- pick-up w/cab, 4 speed shop. Handling name brands,

Each creditor shall deliver hereby given that the undersigned hereby given that the undersigned trans., 10 ply tires, heavy duty first quality merchandise.

sufficient copies of his claim to F. Delano Thomas, 1404 desiring to engage inbusmew nmlnswJuuJLnmuw suspension $2,550 firm. 782-. $12,500 includes beginning
enable the Clerk to mail one to Rae Street Stark, Florida, under tht fictitious DISTRIBUTOR. NEEDED. EXCLUSIVE OPFORTUNITVIIUIONS 041 3865. Itp 10/30 inventory fixtures and

each personal representative. 32091, doing business under the name of KELLY REAL ESTATE. ere .,._......- S$ ANNUM. MARKET. N."rar ------------ training. Call collect for Mr.
DATED this 20th day of firm name of Thames Realty, 106 South Myrtle Street City of aCHEER .* 1.00000 MVtNTMV RETURNS 52,700.00eIhso FOR SALE: 1989 Plymouth Carl ((904))7647612,10/30: 4tp

October 1975. 621 North Walnut Street Starke, Bradford County, EXCELLENT PART .OR rUU-TME MCOMC Super Sport. A/C, PS, radial 11/20
Starke Bradford County, the NO EXPfRIERCE i NECESSARYMan tire ------------
I Florida, Intend( to register good condition. Can be
Betty Jane Boyd and Catharine Florida, 32091, intends to said name with the Clerk of the or woman to dlilrikuio' I ort-iold advirtliatf 'World'famous : seen at Carousel Candle

Dawkins as Personal Representatives register said fictitious name Circuit Court of Bradford ANACIN-KA-SEI-T TUMS, ou. MotiooK W BAVl"Company) ASPIRIN Mcurad, OMISTAN.account' Shop. 301 N. Lawtey. ltc g. '

of the Estate of Nella under the provisions of aforesaid County, Florida. twoakly. 10/30 t GALE

Hamrick Nollman, Deceased. Statute.F DATED at Gainesville Florida, NO INITIAL StlllNGI INCOME STARTS IMMIPIATHYt. ------------ :: :
R 10/302tchg 116WashingtonAround Delano Thomas sole this 7th day of October. A.D. COMPANY rURNISHID ACCOUNTSI! : FOR SALE: 1971 Chevy Impala

._------- owner. 1975. MINIMUM CASH 'INVESTMENT *2Sts.oo- so4o.oo' 4 door Sedan, PS. PB, AC,
----- Dated the 28th day of Oc- Apvllaant thould ha aarminimum of a war h,. wtfkly, 47,000 miles. Beautiful blue FOR SALE: COLORADO: 26
the tober, A.D. 1975 M Starke, Robert L I Kelly rallaBIa and allflol. I loaitumo Business raioonilnilltlain I wilh-: like new, must sacrifice Acres
06,5001$86 down. $86
world 20 of day* .If you moot th.* raqulramanu, "Bars Iha
percent all farm ::
Florida 10/30: 4tchg 11/20 n.. Lark Invottmant. and : want to own your $1.396. 964-8332. 1tp 10/30: monthly. 6% financing.
export*-Including half of all 10/30 4tp 11/20/ own .utlnot*than WIl.lojl..I"'IIOlu"' Shoal "urn"., tot, .------------ Adjoining email town near.
grain in international --------------
trade- 1.rl SLfT FOR SALE: 1971 WV, new tires,
hunting and fishing. A Mile
A 60-watt light bulb burns 17 .
from M WOULD
I comes) the United States : IMDUSTIIHS. INC.
;; excellent condition.
. It's to $1,600. And A Half High In The
National jjasy recognize. afelIow"vho |hours for the same money it \.51 .al1lT1N8 OUHCTOH DIPT. 101
Geographic says. has a hangover t takes to light a 100-watt bulb 712 Nonloy' Indultrlal Court ..."".0.... .....' lt44 Cal 10/30: 782-3729 11/6 after 5 p.m. Colorado Sky.: Owner 808-.

'----- He's always:.- tapping remorse I|for 10 hours. National UP... 2tchg 376-8690. Itp 10/30
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.r FOR SALE J SALE: Eleven cows, HOUSES FOR SALE MULTIPLE '/a' Acre Lot with Lake CB RADIOS

calves, and bulls. First $700 Access. on Ha If Moon La ke Johnson 123 A

takes. 964-764J. Itp 10/30 ..... LISTINGS $3,000 RETAIL$169.95
Zoned Mobile Homes .
SALE $140 00
Bronco 4 -- ----- -
FOR SALE: WD-radio, -- owner r
FOR SALE:3 year old,3 BR, 1J4 Will Finance After
heater dog box rigged for
:vt hunting, good condition. Call .. .. bath, CB house Central heat, 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Down Payment Real Facts a trwlllc ul PAC 2300 Prestige
r Phone 473-2484
633-2366. tfchg. stove& refrig, good location. RETAIL$219.95
$20,000 cash or $4,000 down Handyman special $7,500 on Real SALE $189.95Terwillegar
--- ---
.*.. WATSS' HOUSES FOR SALE & assume $16,000 at 754% RLLTY

HOUSE OF VACUUMS .... with payments of $116 per 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 UNITED. FARM AGENCY INC. ,, EstateCecelia Motors
mo. if qualified. Call 372-5005. ;.Rog.Real Estate Broker 206 Madison
10/30 2tchg 11/6 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 206 S.Water St. c By V Starke
Many brands of new vacuums. FOR SALE: Two bedroom CB National
------------ Advertising 964-7700
Used machines available. house. Fire place & family 2 BR lakefront '
FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom, 3 bath, I Paul Faulkner-Broker
Expert Repairs all makes. room, 331 N. Myrtle Street.
swimming pool.' Irene Faulkner-Assoc. Terwillegar
Parts and Accessories for all Freeman Register III, 964- only, 964-8583 appointment Off SR-100-3 BR $22,000 964-5065
vacuums. Built in central 5888. tfchg
Jimmy Moore'sSun
after 6
vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. ------------ p.m. 10/30 3tp 11/13 2 One of the most important I aspects of property
ji 4 BR, bath, J4A $22,500
Main Gainesville 3767110.. FOR SALE: 429 acres, 2 ownership is the amount of insurance coverage that Sports
[\ bedroom house in country. Low Down Payment the property owner has. Less than adequate coveragewill

tf.FOR----------- Completely renovated in last 2 3 Bedroom 2 bath Block Home be a real hardship if your house or property is MORE BOAT FOR
SALE: Case pocket knives years. Other improvements, t FOR RENT J 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 25000.00 destroyed in any way. YOUR MONEY TF

now at Dahmers Discount. paved road. Ph. 964-8436. Southgate, 3 BR $26,000 2-Bath- -Block- Home It must be considered that property values always STARKE PH 964.5791

tfchg. 10/30 4tp 11/20 3 Bedroom increase as opposed to most Items which depreciate in COMPLETE OUTBOARD &

------------ redecorated! 3100000. value. So, the amount of insurance one has must be
------------ STERN
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur- Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 DRIVE SERVICE
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, 1 bath adequate to cover the cost it would take to replace your
nished house with A/C. 419N. AND REPAIR
frame house on 1 acre with 2 property at its present market value, and not the ori-
FOR SALE Cast Cherry Street. Ph. Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000
: Iron wood room block building next to ginal cost figure which is less than the actual value of COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
heaters, 24 &28 inch at Dah- road, all on SR-100. Call John Freeman Register III. 964- the property.For REPAIR
5888. 10/30 Hampton-1 % acres $9,200
mers Discount. 10/2 14tchg Itchg vital information all of the
Bradley 9645010.10/302tchg 10 ACRES on aspects purchaseor CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
12/31 ------------
11/6 sale of property, see us today. Real Estate is our
----------- FOR' RENT: 'Small apartment. Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 GLASS FISHING BOATS
------------ professional Interest.
FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for FOR SALE: Mobile home and Ph. 964-8420. Itp 10/30 10 Minutes From
------------ Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500
your freezer. J.R. Wain. one acre land, fully furnished, 'Keystone Heights PREFERRED PROPERTIESOffice
wright. Ph. 964-7835 after 7 central air and heat, off Hwy FOR RENT: Nicely furnished 1 2 canal lots $3,300 building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in Long Champ

p.m. tfchg. 100. 29!% down monthly bedroom apartment, all elec- $1,750 Per Acre rear to live in or rent for income. Priced low twenties.
Hartmann Ph. 473-
------------ payments. Call 473-3193 after tric. Apts. 4 canal lots, $7,800 ----- Home and
3 pm Itp 10/30 3096 for appointment. 1tp $159 Per Mo. We have the Dalewood Subdivision to develop good
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT; 6 days a ------------ 10/30 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe building lots at reasonable prices. See Bob Milner BuildingMaterials
week, dozer work and ------------ River $2,000/acre
FOR SALE: Mobile home, today I.
dragline work. Call 468.1873, central air and heat two FOR RENT: Mobile home, 2 NO LOW LAND ----- -

Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN bedrooms, one bath. Small bedroom. Mobile home trailer % acre MH, terms $5,000 WEST l'ES'rRAL.REAI.T1': Attractive CB 3 BR 2 B home with central heat A air on

SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg. equity assume payments.Call space. 964-8245 or 9645690. 7 acres in town $18,000 : INC. a well landscaped corner, lot 100' x 150', Moments -WE BUILD -
------------ 1tp 10/30 PLANS OR OURS
4733628. Up 10/30 Registered Broker378.2:1011 away from schools & shopping. "YOUR
FOR SALE Diamond needlesfor ------------
------------ : : ,
10 acres, Theresa $12,500
any stereo over 247 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer .:\ {'illl: Use your Imaginationexcellent commercial propertyon
different ones we have themall. FOR SALE: Want a large mobile with expando living room, Art alray 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment >
Dahmers Discount. home lot with septic tank water furnished 964-8797. Itp Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 17V201": : ,> owner financed. REMODELING REPAIRS I
and well for $200 down? 10/30
------------ pole ADDITIONS
FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, Then go east on Rd. 16 to City ------------ I Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 Serene privacy Unique country home with CH&A 40 HOMES BOUGHT

9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also Limits then North on grade FOR RENT: Furnished 1 and 2 acres fenced & cross fenced with 2car garage 2 ponds
12x12 and 12x15 in! stock. road to sign on left. Call L.G. bedroom apartments. Ph. Garage business with house on .WATERFRONT: Small cottage 2 wells 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego- ,SOLD TRADED

Hundreds to choose from at Deil, 964.7591, Dempsey 9648071. 1tp 10/30 US301 'on scenic clear lake large tiable. Owner financed. ACREAGE FOR SALE
10/23 !enough for all water sports.
Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Motel. Itp ------------ ----- 964-6853

-------- ------------ 700 foot highway 301 frontage,
-r nFOR FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile Do your own thing on 45 clear acres with 1,000 ft.
You won't find i)
another like TF
US 301 21 it Hwy 301 S. Starke
FOR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft homes outside limits. J.B. acres terms frontage on Road 100 small cozy, concrete block
SALE Horses and
: ponies. :'spacious, custom 4 <
$35,000We designed M0Mtf H >t0M H
mobile home, partially fur-
I'/i SR 225. 964-7789 White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. home. $60,000.
mi. on bed, 2 bth cedar home on Lake
nished "
or -----
Starke. 10/23 ---- --------
2tp 10/30 all other Brooklyn ...a beautiful home.
Washer dryer, air, concrete FOR RENT: Om's Subdivision I have type A very unusual home with splendid entrance hall ,- -- eI
---------""' -- Come In and
\ steps $4.300.964-8341 or Mr. 1/2 acre lots $25.00 properties listed. spacious LR & DR with fireplace large kitchen,
per Well.. ,
1 1/2
Large acre lake lots on I Drilling\
see us. .
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Mlton 9648673. Itp 10/23 month. Water & Sewage : lake Good call another separate DR sunny Florida .room garage
) terms
-- -------- Hampton. with laundry & work room situated on over an acre of
$55 22 hand $24.95 furnished. For information call ,
gun guns \ while the'fish ,
FREDSACKETT REALTLIf1m11, alai Y.. are biting 2" Thru 6"Fast
FOR SALE Mark Olin Olin's'MobileHomes landscaped land. Convenient to shops & schools.
25 from By 3 BR 2
automatic guns : owner\ .
205 N. )
Temple JUS301)til ,
$49.95. Dahmers Discount. bath, C/A & H, CB home on Sales, Hwy 100 W., 101 V. I" ,----- Rotary "
1 /
I acres fel ed. ref ri, ,' '"$\ rke. tfchg' ,' ; I .,904/964,6522.468-1642 aG06bnmesites8; .5oowith as 54 of1.the'most 4er161.xteres In*lk.dtord"Co""t.M4hu.e" : ,u*", !. .
tfchg. .12) ; Stoval, 964-56061
I rl j } ( __ !iljrtl9fla( ,$250 down and 5 years topay."tnis be < also 100 loaded frees., A, I II
-----.....------ gerator, carpets drapes DUltn ------1= is an offer can't.refuse. 'anything can grown pecan Drilling Equipment

FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts book shelves, 36x40 ft. FOR RENT: Clean trailer fur- ./ .., II you very beautiful home. site. I State Licensed I
bam fed creek. All -----
and supplies. OLiN'S MOBILE spring in south of
nshed, 2 BR, 3 miles I ..
HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. Bradford County. Ph. 964- Starke off 301. Adults LOST AND FOUND KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Substantial brick home with
only New 3 bedroom
8182. 10/23 4tp 11/13 1 1/2 bth 1475 sq. ft. 3 BR IVi B, CH&A, LR, DR, kitchen with
Starke 964-5606. tfchg. ---- --- --- no pets. $100.00 per month carpet cent. heat and air.. in dishwasher, pantry utility room,office which could bea I Pumps I :
------- --- pus utilities. 9049646615.
FOR SALE: Furnished :2 Keystone Club Estates con family room or 4th -covered patio 12 x 40,100'by

bedroom house, living room, Itp 10/23 venient location to everything. 140' deep with redwood fence fruit trees, more land t
GARAGE SALE: Clothes, toys dning room, kitchen, 3 Mi. N. --------- --- LOST: Small reddish brown Cane by Sunday afternoon available financing can be arranged.

household items, you name it, on 301. Edgar Burrell Rt 2, FOR RENT: Two Bedroom puppy Little Santa Fe Lake. Lots on the golf course and off, ----- New & Used ,

we have it. Street behind Post Box 16D Starke. 10/23 2tp house, furnished: gardenmace Call 964-6445 before 3 or 475- starting at $3500 with great We have all kinds of lake properties in and around Sales- PartsService
Office in Brooker. For information 2583 after 330. 10/30 terms. Choose your new home If interested ,
10/30 quiet neighborhood, : Itp Keystone and Melrose. you are lust giveus (
call 4851058. ---- ------- no pets. 7823279. .Itp 10/23 ----- ------- from our selection today. a ring) E-Z. Terms
------------ t

Attractive new 3 BR, 2 bath
FOR SALE:' AKC Beagle home on 1 acre 29950. 1 10, I Plumbin..1 t
beautiful, 6 mo. old male. down Cecelia T. Terwillegar. Reg. Real Estate BrokerResident tt
assume No
Shots and wormed $50. Ph. mortgage. Phone 964-5145 I t
closing costs
431-1083. 10/302tp 11/6 Keystone Club EstatesIn Bob Milner, Associate Resident Phone 964.6026 New Installation ,
LK. Edwards III &AssociatesReal
FOR SALE 2 horses, 1 14 ft.
: Estate Broker 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida 1 Remodeling ,
boat 1964 Ford tractor. Call
473-4883, Keystone Heights OFFICE PHONE 7647774
7823423 10/30 after 5 p.m. Itp' 4752636 .. Repairs I,

freezer, 2 Keystone Heights, I Durranc.\\ :
FOR SALE: One deep 3 BR. 2 bath CB dwg. on extra :

gas heaters $30 for both. Call large cor. lot in City w/swim- BRASINGTON

9648191. Itp 10/30 m 1rct central heat ft CadillacOldsmobileSales
mmg pool air Pumps & Supply'
------------ conditioning & Serviceiro.

FOR SALE: Unusual Rustic - / .lrli'r. / (tl(1( / I IC C .
clocks and lights. Intriguing tat; e-arson. $33,000: 3 BR 2 bath, CH&A, ',11 H I tiltt, .ii (I" Company

gifts or for personal use. Call REAL ESTATE One Acre lot 1,656 sq. ft. living (ClKlllflllI/ / /,.N "

964-6132 for showing. 10/30 I area. 1'/2 miles out of City Umits 20GIN.W. 13 318.5301GAINESVILLE I 864 N. Temple Ave. :
2tp1116 I r atcvr-frtifr. v. L...rtr "i*_ of Starke. Starke
------------ 4 If

FOR SALE: Three Derock gilts, f' 2 BR frame house LAWTEY$3,350 terms. 176 Acres Brooker area some I 964-7061 TF''
mid November
will have '
2 BR frame house $8,400 terms. planted pines. "-- --- ---
1 pro German Shepherd dogs.
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7823822 Lawtey. Itp 10/30 ___ 3 chain with link fence aluminum, reduced siding to& 4 BR Frame House Fireplace,
Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT

FOR greenware SALE: Ceramics, used molds disque Moderate Priced Homes In A $10,009.12,Acres;; fenced well, pole aseptic paved rd. .

tank, 15000. terms. cep RUCTION F9
supplies, antiques, furniture 2 54 1 & 2 acres;"o-bil; home sites. %
bottles, dishes & carnival acres wooded lots terms ,
NW. of Starke Terms. e"t
glass. 756 E. Main Street Prestigious Area34,9OO ?: ? STARKE Sat. Oct. 25 10 A.M.
Fla. 10/30 Stchg 3 BR! frame cent heat/air,
Lake Butler, 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10
12/18 $1 comer,4OO.lot, chain link fence acres land on paved road. Sev- WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING EQUIPMENTFOR

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PIANO IN STORAGE: Beautiful $24 950 $ 3 BR CB Sep dr. Ige living eral out buildings.George OUR OCTOBER SALE

Console stored 'room
Spinet completely fenced lot.
locally. Reported like new. sa).ooo. Roberts Jr.
Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors,
Responsible party can take on 4.---- REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER

low payment balance. Write 8.71 acres on SR.100-S tf Trucks, Autos, Trailers, RV's, Boats
before we send truck. Joplin 15500. 964.7826BYRON

Piano Box 103 Panama City -Ir-1 lath OUT OF CITY Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

Fla. 32401. Itp 10/30 3 BR Masonry 2 bath, family
--------- All
room sep dining room cent Now.
RUMMAGE SALE: Sat. 9 til! 1
heat/air, many extras, on 1 acre ,
beside Sam Griffis. SR.230 E. lot. Reg. Re"1 Estate Brbker Bring Your Equipment to the Market Place -
Brownlee Road, Starke. 1tp
393 N. Temple Ave.
3 Ir 2 lath
10/30 60 Acre farm with pond 3 BR
--- 160 A Farm/with 3,300 ft. CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO CASH
--------- house, planted pasture will sq.
FOR SALE: Highly fertilized brick home. Ask about the easy
Alicia Bermuda or Coastal Select Your Homesite On The Golf Course Or Near The terms. financing cEs o N. E. FLORIDA. EQUIPMENTAUCTION
barn or 80NOEO
1.75 at \
Bermuda hay -
2.00 delivered. E.M. Prevatt Fairway From '3,500 to4,500 With As Little -Down: As site 12 acre 2500.home or mobile home 14Mi A. with 3-BR House .

Jr. 964-5062. 1tp 10/30 $21.800
----.. U. S.' 17 North Green Cove Springs
----------- 700 LAWTir Fla. - -

FOR SALE: Two gas heaters $15 : '". 3 BR Home, Comer Lot
and $25 19,000 BTU air 782-3806. .4-- JAX. 282-4389 Ph. (904)284-5977( )
-'r aura w n A .rAor
conditioner $75. 964-7972. Itp I. r? 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a I

1030p' business on State Highway. .
r ....i '
-- -
, REGISTER IL CO.: ;Selgler : If you own property outside of

and Perfection space heatersin pOVEMBERSPECIALAntifreeze county .ft want to sell See Us. Olin's Subdivision
stock and ready for
immediate Installation. See Sales Agent Open House Summer Vernl Odom. I
St. Coolant 14.25 gal
them at 308 S. Thompson 964-5476 964-7700' I 1 1 I II
9645888. 10/30 4tchg IJ I
------------ Antifreeze Without
FOR SALE: One standard size L K. Edwards, III Satur..y'l1IIIo.l.c' Summer Coolant.$2.25gal.

'. pool table. 964-8153.. 1tp (ld.al/o, Tractors and I t
Trucks where only/ Freeze F.J.SaunderiPULPWOOD'

'10/30------------ Realtor ,Sunday Protection It Needed) m. mJt s w

BTU oil "
SALE 6,000
heater, built: .In gas oven, like 475-2638 srr"*' REGISTER OIL CO. Top Price' Paid : :V lore Lots For Rent 25" Per Mo. Water &

new, sugar cane. Ph. 782- 473-4883 P.M. To 5 P.M.J. 3M Thompson Street 533.2621 Sew.age Fumlsh

:3644._Itp_10/30 10:30: 4tC 11:20: 10:23: 4tp 11:13: Call Mark Olio 864-56061 I Hwy.16 a Morgan: Rd. uJ

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September L an d Sales T tat $557,633 Oct.Show Building Healthy Permits Increase '

STAKKE Land transactions E. Williams and his wife, affixed to deeds filed in the sold sold lots 80 and 82 Building permits took a located on SR-18. She was
Replat was by Leonard V. on Cypress
for the month of Nelroe of Jacksonville Johns County sold approximately following a advised to
vault of the clerk of the circuit Moore to Herman and Vira P. Avenue in Crystal Lakes spurt in October change application
September in Starke and boosted the yearly total by court of Bradford County. Homesites to Ernest 40 acres of September lag, Director L.M. to include one acre of
Huggins for $2,000. K. and
Bradford County totalled involved is property in the SW quarter of told the Zoning the minumum
$95,100. Property Sales were down for the third Florida Power and Dorothy L Temple of Pinellas Gaines County property
SWT.GSS, bringing the yearly located off southeast SR 235 in straight month, from $783,000in Light for the SW quarter of section 27-fi- Board Tuesday night. required for mobile homes. I
of County a sum of
bought lot $2,700.
total to $5,048,548. sections 22-6-20, 23-6-20 and 26- July and$619,000 in part 52 in 20 for $25,000. October total To day is C.L. Austin of Santa Fe II
August. A of
Woodlawn Subdivision from sum $17,500 was paid J.C. and Zulena Harrell of II I
sale the
Largest during Other transactions $340,600, as compared with Lake was granted a variance
between New River 620.Amount during Ernest R. and Mary Ann Mayof Carl and Margaret Trisler of Brooker purchased lots I 2, 11
month Gaines
of sale is computedfrom the month included $260,000 in September, by the Board of Adjustment to I
: Indiana
Ranch, Inc. seller, and Fons Jacksonville for $10,300 in Gosport, by Alvin and and 12 of block 19 in Ward City the month
documentary tax stamps Lot 3 of block 4 of South Gate the name of the Jacksonville Larian Moore for lots 1 and 2 from R.A. and Clara Colson said. Permits for conventional connect a the garage setback to a house,
included seven although was only
- - .
Electric of McCall's Addition to the
Authority.Carl for $13,500. homes at $184,600; 16 mobile three feet from the property
L, Johns and wife, town of Hampton. and Lillie Bell
George homes, $68,200; 20 line instead of the minimum
Shirley, sold property on Joyce A. Castlen releasedlots Williams sold to Gulf Shore miscellaneous, $51,350; one requirement of ten feet. .
MOBILE' Bessent Road to Lewis 11 and 12 of block 3 of Dredging Co. Inc of Tampalots commercial, $36,000; and two Gaines recommended three
Mansell Ayer for $15,500. Carlotta Unit One to Ilean A. 12 and 13 of block lln Nat lake docks, $500. members for the proposed
Lester and Geraldine Lewis of Brooker for $3,000. Williams Subdivision for Gaines told the board that new Board of Adjustment,,
Wright and Edward and Raymond B. Byrne sold lots $4,000. the county needed to completeits Mark Olin, Harry Hatcher.iJr.
Mildred Arms released 9, 10, 11, and 12 of block 3 of
Joyce A. Castlen sold lots 9 comprehensive land use ., and E.L., Matthews, and
property on Faulkner Road to Carlotta Unit One to Joyce A,
HOME Castlen for and 10 of block 3 in Carlotta study and estimated the the board gave its approval.
Frank D. Spurling, trustee for $5,000. Unity Subdivision to Ilean A. "tentative costs" of finishingthe Two more members must be,
Alonzo L. and
Addie Mae Spurling Griffith, Oleta A. Lewis of Brooker for $3,000. job at $32,000. No mentionwas recommended before the nctl'
for a sum of $2,500. Purdom purchased the east Richard and Sumiko made of a possible source board is complete j
James E. Young Jr and 150 feet of the south 169 feet of
Furnished Glenda Young purchased lots property in the NW quarter of Beymer purchased lot 4 of of funds.At Smokey Says:
the Tuesday meeting,
Completely block 2 in Nichols Acres from
66 and 68 on Pine Street in section 3-7-22 for $9,500 from Steven and Christine Cardinfor approval was given to Mrs. '
the Florida Bank at Starke.
Crystal Lake Homesites from Loretta Hart's application for OXYGENSNADE
Jesse F. and Elizabeth Bakerof Steven and Christine Cardin 3100. _
from OR to
for sold lot one of block one in Eirene M. Gerritson, a change zoning WOoD, foooriBKe, =
Clay County $34,250. automotive _
widow from Ramsey N.J. BA (business, ) on -
You Even Get Nichols Acres to Cardin
Thorpe Jimmy sold and property Wyvonna in the Brothers, Steven, George and sold lot 1 of block A in BedfordOaks one New acre River on bridge.SR-100 west, near ,' CHPAJCAIS, ETC i"
Florence T Newsomeof
The Dishes east H of the NE Vt of the NW Velda Cardin for $5,000. Grady Williamson was
V'4 of section George C. and Rita Miller Jacksonville for $1,600. I
26-5-21, approximately Florence Newsome sold given permission to advertisefor
2.59 acres, to John W. and Joyce Miller andJames special uses permit on
lot 1 block A of Bedford a
& Linens same ,
Hazel D. and Miller of
R. Whitt for a sum of Betty property now zoned open
Donald and
Oaks to Peggy ,
15683. Putnam County released lots of Jacksonville for rural,located 10 miles south of 1NE ENERGY FAQOR'll
Martin R. and Judy A. 12, 13, 14 and 27 of Temple Bryant. Starke on old 100. Williamsonsaid TREE WCRKS i
Thacker of Lake Geneva Addition to the City of Starke $1,600.A he planned to develop a I''
12 & 24 Wide In Stock.
Choice of
Large Of purchased property in the for $24,000 to First Federal Gerald sum and$16,000 Christie was Williamsto paid by foster home for 15 children. CONTINUOUSLY !
northeast of section Savings and Loan of Putnam
quarter Alfred Underwood was
Financing Available 157.22 for $2,500 from L.K. III County.. Schlosser Douglas of Jacksonville and Theresa for given permission to advertisefor f I ? lllilI1 I
and Susan W. Williams.F Opal E. Allen sold to ErnestW. change of zoning from R1A tlIii
Drive H Little Save A Lot Brooks Herman of .Allen a 5-acre square in the Subdivision.lot 4, block B in Blanding (residential) OR on three

Jacksonville released SE corner of section 34-6-22 Equitable Life Assurance acres of property on old 100, Oxygen,shidc,wood,food, fibre; ft
property in the northeast with one double-wide mobile adjoining Williamson's. .. LI1
Society of New York releaseda chemical,etc..He. j
John Brown'sHwy quarter of section 22-6-21 for home for a sum of $10,000. parcel of land in the NW Joyce A. Mitchell requesteda The everty factory see works i>)(
$4,000 to Gerald R. and JulieM. Wiliam Henry and Freda of section 5-7S-22E for change in zoning from OR to coallnuoudyiKetp Anm-ki's '
Thigpen of Worthington. Jean Taylor purchased lot 16 $34,700 quarter to Randall and Mary R1C (permitting mobile forests productive. (
Sophie L. Wolf, a widow, in section 26-6-21 for $4,500 Milton. home) on three-fourths acre Prevent forest fires!
sold lot 24, block 2 of Santa Fe from William C. and Dottie Darleen Dowdy Brown soldto _. l.t_".. iQ..t. O1QL1Q0111VBucK's I

Shores to Eppie K. and Tennie Sue Wilson. Watman p, and Grace T.
Lee Ellis of Lot 8 of block in East- > 1
Tampa through one ;
Dowdy of Lawtey, a parcel of
attorney Charles Wolf, Jr. for wood Subdivision was tran- '
land in the NE quarter of the I
sferred to Anchor Home
$1,200. SE of the NE !I
quarter quarterof
HOaf Frank and Barbara Q. Builders of Jacksonville from section 29-6S-22E for a sum FLEA MRRKET l
Brady of Lawtey purchasedlot James L and Shirley An- of 6500.
3 of Whispering Pines drews for the sum of $1,500. and Jeanette
Subdivision for from Anchor Home Builders then
$3,200 F.
Laney of Lawtey purchasedthe At Putnam Hall Fla.
Brooks Herman, a sold lot 8 of block one in
north half of lot 6 and the
Jacksonville resident.Lot Eastwood Subdivision to north half of lot 5, totalling 6 Mi. E. Of 100 4,4
Keystone Hwy ,
Center 26 of Block 5 of Saratoga Michael Dale and Hilda Faye approximately 10 acres of '
Heights was transferred from Wells for $21,800.
Woodlawn Subdivision for 473.2514 : j ,
Hinton L. and Clifford Marie E.W. and Myrtice Graves from William Tatum 473.2067 \
21 Keystone Hgts. 473-3775 Jackson Patricia L.to Welch Patrick for B.$17,000.and quarter released of property the SE in quarter the NE of and Martha G. Laney.Approximately r

Thomas E. and Rose M. the NW quarter of section 28-5- two acres in ; /
the SE of
the NE
.---. -. Dobson of San Diego, Calif. 22$5,600.Thagard: to I N.C.of Duval and County Sharlotte for quarter was transferred of quarter section from; 37-7S-22E WilliamH. NOW OPEN I :

and Louise Hall to Ernest I
A of
sum $21,000 was paid by
Jr. and Bobbie and Carlie Mae Triest for
I I Leroy J. .
Merchant to Crown Buildersof 2000.
Florida, Inc. for lot 6 of Reese C. and Rivers SELLERTABLE $300 f
Order Your OwnChristmas Denny Heights. Bradley of Jacksonville sold
Ruth and W.C. Powell of St. lot 3 in the Town of Lawtey on
Carter Road to Robert and Per Day
Ilene Cheatwood for $5,000. I:
p Merrill and Effie Parker ,
Senior CitizensTo purchased lot 1 in Geneva Open Fri Sat & Sun '
Lake Estates for $20,000 from ...
Be Favored At Geneva Lakes Estates, Inc.
Land transactions for the ,.. QOwDIQSII.4601 I 1D11 I,
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