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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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iu Faced with written threats of losing federal grant monies unless it reinstates its commitment ."

,3 3i ;I 'tert to provide utility service to the proposed DS&N apartment complex, the Starke City Commission r
Hampton WaterChlorination Pierce. is taking a "wait and see" policy on advice Tuesday night of city attorney George :I

Since the city on Oct.7 rescinded its agreement to provide utility service to the proposed site, t
DS&N Developers have appealed their case to the Florida Department of Environmental '
Is Regulation (DER) and the Department of Administration Division of State Planning. ,t i'

a, The Division of State Planning has given its written okay of the project, which falls within the I
a > prescribed utility service area covered in the city's 201 Facilities plan to upgrade water quality II
standards and meet federal requirements by June 18, 1977.

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Ordered StateHAMPTON 'J
.By Should the city fall to ':
-. comply with the 201 require- f,
ment, it is in jeopardy of los- I
Bacterial con- standards by the weekend, r ing present and future federal
tamination of the Hampton said Trawick, who has been ELT construction grant monies to
,, fl water supply, requiring asked to assist in the water h accomplish water quality

: : Hampton residents to boil clean-up by the DER. P+; requirements and would ,
water before use since last Samples have been taken 1 necessitate the city absorbing I
Friday, should be correctedby each day since the first evi- all costs at an earlier date, .
the weekend, according to dence of contamination was according to G. Doug Dutton, .

New Bradford County Library nears completion. plans to open Nov. 13. A new bookmobile Bradford Health Department reported last Friday. At that 1i environmental consultant to
service is planned to begin early in 1976.( '- Sanitarian Jack Trawick. (See Page II) the DER.
"They're tying us into a .
A corrective order is in the ," Pierce said .
trap
noting that
mail from Department of Christmas; ParadeSet the rescinded / '
city agreement ,
New Library To Open Nov. 13 Environmental Regulations her on the basis of the Farmer's '
secretary Jay Landers requiring Decent 6 Home Administration (FHA)

water works operator Starke's annual Christmas loan application, which
Opening? date for newfacilities equipment and furnishings for Members are: Mrs. Russell A. Arthur Bruno to immediately Parade is set this for described project that will
of the Bradford the building. Norman, Martha Dorko, chlorinate the water to reduce year not '
Dec. 6 at 10:30
Saturday, :
County Library has been reset Nearly a thousand of the Norma Canova, Mrs. Nate contamination level before the
for Thurs., Nov. 13 due to library's books are paper- Dyal and Faye Andrews. water is released to con- a.m., according to John Council expressed feelingsthat
executive vice-
Myers,
"unavoidable" construction backs, which are becoming Besides Mrs. Minx, there sumers. DS&N was overstepping
delays head librarian Martha increasingly popular, Mrs. are three personnel for the "We're hopi, he'll have it president of the Chamber of procedures outlined for '
installed within 48 hours of Commerce, the sponsoring governing'( bodies in bypassingthe 't'
Minx 'announced this week. Minx said. More then 4,000() library, assistant Branda
children's volumes are receipt of the letter," said .organization. ) North Central Florida
con- Ilulsey, clerk-typist Grace
"We cannot possible All civic churchesand .+
open DER sub-district groups, i Regional Planning Council'sNCFRPC
tained in the library, as wellas Jordan and aid Kathy Griffis. manager
for full service on Monday, 35 monthly. magazines, William Opp.Failure businesses are invited to ( ) decision to neither I
Mrs. Minx said of the original three newspapers and a The library had a yearly to comply with the enter floats, marching units, r approve nor disapprove the -
announcement, although the record collection of 535 circulation of about 10 books directive would constitute decorated vehicles, antiques, loan application. "
$85,000) building is in final platters donated by the Starke per registered patron, or grounds for a court injunction etc. The loan application is now I
stages of completion. Rotary Club. A hundred large- 36.000 volumes for the 1974-75 against the operator, Opp Entry blanks may be obtained in the hands of FHA in
Volunteers from the Lawtey type, -read books are, fiscal year Circulation grew at the Chamber ofGIImmRrce' Tallahassee, bearing both the
Community Vocational also on easy order. ; ..\rJy..IIOOO.vo1umes; frpm the,,, said.One.. way or- another, the. '! office on the Cindy Canova was pronounced the most original costume Division of State Planning
Center, led by counselor.. The library' is funded by a- year;, ....Mrs..? \tin Hampton water supply shouldbe coVner of Walnut and Madison'' 'creator and DwiKftt Hewitt the ugliest ,spo )k in judging of a *seal of approval and .
.l"" : NCFRPCi
Michael\. ''W:, Pike assisted $22,100 donation from the previous; "'-.' in compliance with'state .(SR-100) Streets in Starke. Bradford High Halloween costume content. last! .'rldayr;. mendation from the
with books and that an environmental impact
moving .f,.
$5.750 from the
county city
bookshelves from the formerly study be made on the 15-acre
and approximately $3,000( in 'DECISION v site on SR-100 west of Starke
rented location at 132 S. state assistance.A SET NOV. 14
before is disbursed to
Walnut money
Street last week.
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$30.844: grant from the
A $6,000( ) donation from the the builder "
state will provide the county About 30 west Starke and i
Starke Lion's Club purchasednew
shelving, which is now service with its, Mrs.first Minx bookmobile said. Bids Pro Tennis Club Decision Edwards Road residents were i
on hand Tuesday night to hear
15,277 nearly volumes packed l with owned some by of the the for the chassis began this the reading of letters to the
week and the service is ex-
.. city commission advising it of
library. The remaining money pected to begin in a few retribution for back-
will be used to purchase months. possible
down on agreement to -
ing provide
Funding for the library is utility services to the

:;ire( vSiium iTrCcr assisted Library, by which Friends conducts of the an Appealed To County Board builders."That's some way to reopen

annual book sale and mem- dialogue, as reported by
bership drive to recruit $2-5 DS&N. They send threatening

yearly memberships. Mrs. STARKE To get time to going to benefit anybody," clique of people, Mrs. Dickinson Shaw if he had any interest in few moments silence. "Not letters to do their talking for
Richards Welty' is the current investigate the proposed site said Mrs. Pat Dickinson, said. the Smokerise property or any monetary or otherwise," he them," said Mrs. Claire
> president of the 283-member and to opponents time to spokeswoman for the dissent- Mrs. Dickinson also ques- financial interest in the pro- added. Shaw further stated Capps, an area resident opposed -
organization. Friends also gather give forces, the Bradford ing BrooklynBedfordCrystalLake tioned the financial backingfor posed tennis club. that if he did it would not to building of the apart
assisted with moving the County Commission post- Taxpayers League the club. She asked Brad-- "I don't, and I regret the sway his legal decision on any ments.
library.. poned Monday taking actionon (BBC). Mrs. Dickinson ford County Attorney Gene inference," said Shaw after a matter. Council was advised Sept. 2
J The new facility contains an appeal of a board strongly implied that petitioners Shaw made it clear to Mrs. that the federal grant monies
rnNov. 4.000 square feet of floor recommendation zoning to allow construction for the rezoning of the Dickinson and other membersof might be jeopardized by refu-
space, now furnished with of a tennis club near five-acre tract of land located Who Stole Polly? the opposing group, that he sal to provide utility service to
rust-colored carpeting, and Keystone Heights. just oil SR-100 in the Smoke- is getting tired of being at- the area in a presentation by
paved parking has been rise area west of Keystone tacked every time a contro- city engineer Don Ruckman.
completed. Protesting the granting of a Heights are "just trying to get Polly, Mrs. C.A. Futch's pet parrot who has been part of versial issue arises within the
7 Contract for the buildingwas "special uses classification"last their foot in the door" for the family for 48 years, and Call Street greeter for the same county. Operating under Public Law
SOCK HOP awarded to architects week by the Bradford possible future rezoning and length of time, was stolen two weeks ago off of Mrs.. Futch's The BBC Taxpayers 92-500() ), the Water Pollution 1
10p.m.12:30a.m.: Moore, May and Harrington of Zoning Board to allow an an application to sell alcoholic porch at 106 N. Church Street. League, Mrs. Dickinson said, Control Amendment of 1972, J
at Woman's Club Palalka and Triest Builders of $80,000()() ) tennis club and recreation beverages. Polly will be remembered as the official greeter In the feels such a club is unneeded Kuckman's engineering firm
Sponsored by Keystone Heights in May of facility in the Smokerise The proposed tennis club Sistrunk Seed and Feed Store, where Florida Pest Controlnow in the area and would be detri- has been preparing a 201 plan
Little Women's Club this year.' subdivision off SR-100 near was referred to as a "bottle Is. When the store went out of business her favorite spot mental to the neighborhood. which provides the federal
Music by disc jockey The more than 3,600 Bedford Lake, a handful of club" by Mrs. Dickinson and was on the Call Street side porch of the Futch home, across Smokerise residents Eunice government with cost
----- registered patrons will step lake area residents appeared G.H. Jackson of Bedford from the city light plant, where she could greet folks as they Simmons and Bernice Butler estimates and service areas
Nov. 8RUMMAGE into the first county owned before the commission Mon- Lake. passed by. said they want to keep resi- should the city receive the

SALE library facility next Thur day hoping to get a reversal. "They're not going to play The Futch's porch which is brilliantly draped with coral dential zoning in the area. much-needed The grant.has
Sat.,*a.m.3 p.m.' sday. Previous facilities were The zoning board issued tennis all day and go in and vine was a colorful setting for Polly's bright plummage. Mrs. G.H. Jackson pre- received city already in
Call Street, next to loaned or rented. approval for the "special drink Gatorade," Mrs. Dickinson Mrs. Futch said her sons, Mack and Merrill, never neededto sented the board with a peti- funds some for the$39,000
Stan's Bootery The library was first startedin uses" permit in its Oct. 28 said. call "I'm home mother" when they entered the house, tion bearing at least 93 n mes planning project. I j
Sponsored by July of 1935, housed in the meeting. A group of about 40 E.W. Hodges Jr., county Polly was always first to announce "Mack's home" or of persons opposing the The 201 Plan encompassesthe
BC Hospital Aux. Woman's Club building. residents were present at the commissioner and a former "Merrill's home." development.Bill entire city of Starke plus '
----- Majority of the 986 books to session to oppose the change. member. the zoning board, Mrs. Futch, who celebrated her 85th birthday recently, Clifton, co-developer in an area 6,000()() ) to 8,000()() ) feet out- >
Nov. 9 hand were donated by the first When their protests failed to assured the protesting lake misses Polly's bright chatter and wishes the prankster who the proposed project, said he side the present city limits .f''
HOMECOMINGFirst librarian.Jeannette C. Young. persuade the zoning board, residents that under the spe- took Polly from her porch, cage and all, one night two weeks plans to move to Smokeriseupon within which the city can ade- *" ,
Baptist Church Due to growth, the library the group vowed to go to the cial uses classification, the ago, would return her.Turbulent. the completion of his quately serve utilities.
Dinner on the Ground moved to larger quarters in county commission, which has only thing the property couldbe home. Clifton reassured the The proposed site for the air
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\ 1230pm.: the Woman's Club in 1937. final authority on zoning used for would be a tennis ------------- board they (he and Bullock) $747,000()() ), 40-unit complex falls '
Music presentation Lending facilities were matters. club. When the liquor questioncame are planning nothing detri-' well within boundaries of the

I, _1:30p.m.____ temporarily moved to the old However, the commissiontook up at the Oct. 28 zoning Clinic Opening mental to the surrounding 201 Plan. ''I'
jail until moved into the no action Monday on the board meeting, Zoning Direc- property. Acceptance of preliminary
Nov. 10 rented building which was appeal request, following tor L.M. Gaines quickly inter- Clifton also pointed out that grant offer by the Environmental
Junior Woman's Club Mtg. sold to neighboring Badcock comments both pro and con. jected that the developers H.A. Reaves, president of the Protection Agency
I 7p.m. Furniture in August of 1974. The commissioners set Nov. would have to return to the Questioned By UGH Bd. BBC group, who opposed the constituted a contractural
The library is under 14 at 2 p.m. as deadline for zoning board for another zoning application before the zoning agreement, according to
Board, ... ._
BC School 7p.m. supervision of the Bradford their decision. Meantime the change to get a liquor Disturbedby 'nasn i lived h up 10 expectations board, called him the next day Dutton, and failure to provide
County Commission with board visited the site later license.It LAKE BUTLER ," trustee D.M. Hale sug stating he could see the meritsof service to the area in question
Lawtey Council, 7 p.m. commissioner Dave Paulk Monday afternoon."I was pointed out during failure of Inter-Medic gested that the three-mill tax the planned tennis club and could create violation of grant
currently in charge of a five- can't see there's a need Monday's. discussion before Health Care of St. Augustineto levy allocated for the hospitalbe would withdraw his opposi- agreement, violation of 92-500,
Rafford Council 7:30: p.m. member library board. for that out there and how it's the commission by C.B. Bull- abide by original plans for placed into a separate save section 201 and violation of the
----- of the Union General tion."We've
for the opening ings account until the hospitalis been doublecrossedby State of Florida operating
ock, applicant zoning
Nov. 11 clinic,
Hospital outpatient conditions.
reclassification permit, that it ready to open. Tony Reaves, was Mrs.Dickinson's permit
Brooker Council 7:30: p.m. trustees decided Monday Should the fall Correspondence relayingthis
is not Smokerise residents or opening reply to this state
, Nut Prices Seen HoldingSTARKE Smokerise property owners night to seek explanation of through, tax funds are to be ment. "We're better off with- information was dated
Council,8 and refuse to
Hampton p.m. that to the con discrepancies returned to the county with out Reaves," she stated. She Oct. 31.
Prices should Curtis pecans were sold at 42- are objecting spend local tax money until accrued Interest.Administrator. also added that the men of the In a letter dated Oct. 22,
struction of the
UC School Bd..'p.m. hold as the second seasonal 45 cents a pound and good tennis club which proposed will also they are resolved.In Eugene organization had deserted DS&N partner Ronnie Davis
----- pecan auction begins today Stuarts paid 45-48 cents per include .olympic-sized its first three days of | Hardval told trustees that the them and left the fight up to requested the advice of the
Nov. 12 (Thurs., Nov. 6)) at1 p.m., pound last week. an but that of operation, the outpatient $75,000 tax money was expected the women of the group.. DER. because "we have an
LB City Council 5 p.m. according to Bob Allen, Keeping varieties separateand swimming Bedford Lake pool residents., The clinic has had a different doctor to start coming in dur- approved project and the city
market manager at the Brad-. tagging lots will help sell each day who performs i and he would Commissioner Ralph has withdrawn its commitment
Starke Woman's Club ford State Farmer's Market. pecans,. 'Allen suggested. game room would, club also house,land regular office hours and follow the board's unanimous Bryan, who was ready to cast to provide us with water
Luncheon Mtg.,12:15 p.m More than 'J:1.000 Ibs. of When possible, pecans shouldbe tennis courts. returns to St. Augustine In the decision. his vote on the matter Mon and sewer service, we are I
pecans were sold last Thurs- separated according to Contrary to an Oct. 27 Mon' evening. Present bank balance of the day, asked the BBC members in the dilemma of having -
----- day to a dozen to the best :The original plan called for than $37,500. located
or so buyers variety bring price itor-Telegraph article that hospital is more what they were opposed to a proposed project
CHRISTMAS PARADED who paid 33-40 cents pound for the best quality,. Allen some 40 Smokerise residents one resident physician to remain from which three salaries and I tennis, swimming or liquor? within the bounds of a 201
c. 10:30 a.m. for good quality nuts. The 65 were opposing the project. on call at the hospital operating expenses will be He pointed out that there planning area and not being
Submit entries to growers on hand were pleased says.Weighing of lots begins at 8 Bullock stated there are nine after 0-5 office hours. The doc- paid.Besides. are all kinds of clubs throughout able to obtain the services
Chamber Office that this year's crop war- a.m. and will continue throughnoon. houses in Smokerise. tor was to be provided throughthe the administrator, a the county now and that required." _
Courtoty olClje ranted the auction, after lastyear's Bullock said there is no family practice programand Lake secretary-insurance* clerk Is'' most residential areas In other action at the Nov.:4:
scarcity. Auction sales are slated for would remain in the meeting, the council:
prospective member list as on hospital already have planned recrea-
QlommunltijAwiimM "Prices paid for the quality two more' Thursdays or as charged by Mrs. Dickinson.' Butler. for a period of 30 days. laboratory X-ray technologist, tional facilities in their plans -Discussed changing Its ,
of its in
&'iata.URnkc was a good price,'and there long as there are enough The club membership and IMHC has written doctor James Ditto of Ocala, was before any property Is ever five-member zoning board toa
\ tent
was a wide range of quality," sellers to warrant sales. shareholders have already' ,tq provide one hired in late October. 'sold. seven-member planning and
. Now I".ur. I Fxtoril apo.iunw.nc.' by c.rr. Good seedlings brought 35- higher today than last week, lepers, she said. The club hospital the clinic. will close within. a with planning responsibilities.
36 cents per pound, good Allen commented. would be just for' a certain :"Reasoning. that IMHC (See Page II) (See Pan II) (Nrr Page lit

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I'age2 TKI.KGHAIM November 6, 1975

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Linda Trowell Michael Reed C.J. Browns


. Wedding Nov. 29 mam .! ::!"' 1 Celebrate 50th C (4Upn;; M&


Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tro- AnniversaryMr.
well of Lake Butler announce

'h" engagement; of their 1p and Mrs. CJ. Brown, eh
(jjughter!! Linda Faye of Sr. whose 50th anniversarywas Cj fatly i 11"looty S'oci.ty 0 .
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Haiford to Michael Anthony October 10 were honoredat ----- ------------
Heed of Mr. and Mrs. .
son
a party given by their w -f
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Freeman C. Reed of Hamp children and grandchildren on Ep71NlWlf :i 3x'l

ton.The October 11. l .
wedding will take place p /

Saturday, Nov. 29, at 6 p.m. in The Brown children are Mr.
the First Baptist Church of and Mrs. Alonza Holmes[ of
Uaiford. Miami'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Miss Trowell is a 1972 graduate Scott Mr. and Mrs. Dozie
of Union County High Brown of St. Petersburg, Mr.
School, a graduate of Florida and Mrs. Rudolph Coleman of .
and 1975 T I f" g 1S .xut
Junior College a C
Starke Mr. and Mrs C.J.
Florida State University.
Brown Jr. of Lawtey Mr. and
Mr. Heed is a 1972 School.graduate .. cO .. Mrs. Ted Brown Mr. and Mrs. r
of Bradford
High Sidney Dell of Hampton Mr. !
and Mrs. Allen Hunt of ae

I Dorothy Doak John Harris Wed Sept. 20 [I Jimmy Mississippi.William Mr. of and Melrose.Mrs.

Dorothy M. Doak daughterof Folkston, Ga. Grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Harris will Andrew Timmons of Hamptonand
English of Green Cove reside in Waldo.Irs.! Harris Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fieldsof

I Springs and John Edward L.P.N. is employed at Starke Jacksonville. ...
out-of-town
the
Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nursing Home. Mr. Harris is Among
Truman Harris were united in employed with Gerald Dukesin guests were Mrs. Lula Smith,
marriage September 20 in Lake Butler.COLONti Mrs. Queen Albert Mrs. Vera
C. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. 91 Retired Raiford Prison Employees Attend Reunion
James Brown of Starke and

Mr. and !Mrs Ezekal Hawkinsof Pictured above are the 91 people who attended the fourth Lake Butler. Dr. and Mrs. II.J. Kucera of Boynton Reach
/ ANOtRS( RI CIPf Jacksonville annual Raiford prison retiree barbecue get-together held were given recognition for having traveled the farthest dis

Saturday Nov. 1. at Sheriff John Whitehead's farm near lance for the affair
Kentucky Fried Chickttt
R. W. Roberts HonoMr red At Open House
St. Edward's Woman's Club Will Have Andy Huggins
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U S. 301 NCPTH PHONE 964 5126 and Mrs. Richard W. Mrs. Warren Winkler and

Roberts, whose marriage was Mrs. Carl L. Johns. Presidingat Parish Council Conservation Program Nov. 12 First Birthday
LOOK. the punch bowl in the
an event of October 17, were
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At .
honored at Open House family room were Mrs. The Shaw, chairman Mrs. RobertL.
Met Nov. 3 Woman's Club of Starke CelebratedLittle
Mrs. L.M.
WHAT THE Friday, October 31, from 7:30 Jimmy McRae will have a Conservation Brown Mrs. A.Y.
to 9:30: p.m. at the home of Mr. Gaines, Mrs. Pat Farnsworthand Mrs. Lester
Covington
at their luncheon-
Mrs. Gus Kopelousos.Floor Richard Pernini presided at program Andy' Huggins
COLONEL'SOFFERING and Mrs. Brian Hamilton on Mrs. J.A. Griffin Mrs.
Mimosa Drive. hostesses were Mrs.. the regular monthly meetingof meeting Wednesday Nov. 12, Crews' Howe Mrs. Carl L. celebrated his first birthday
Hosts with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby Mrs. George St. Edward's Parish Coun- at 12:15: p.m. Johns Ray Mrs. J.11. McClane Sunday afternoon at a party
Hamilton were Miss Lillian Roberts Sr., Mrs. A.N. Wyllysand cil held in the parish hall Mon- Mrs. J.H. Minesinger Mrs. given by his parents, Mr. and
Bradford
Monday Stump, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Fred Thomson. day evening, November 3, as County Becky Extension Giebeig Home J.D. Odom, Jr., Mrs. Joe Mrs. Billy Huggins at the
Silcox Dr and Mrs. James Out-of-town guests includedMr plans were completed for the will be Valenski and Mrs. Curtis. home of his grandparents, Mr.
Minesmger Mrs. John W. and Mrs. Randall Zip- covered dish dinner to be heldin Economist Hostesses will be a Mrs.speaker.F.J. Sanders. and Mrs George Huggins.
Tuesday Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. perer of Palatka and Mr. and the parish hall at 5 p.m. on The youngsters were given
r Randy Johns. Mrs. E.W. Frank and David Sunday November 9, when party favors of yoyo's and

Mrs. Griffin greeted the Silcox of Gainesvi e. local Senior Citizens are in- Junior Women To Have horns.
Wednesday guests at the door and Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are vited to join parishioners. The white linen covered
presented them to the residing in the Silcox home on Reverend Richard Bowles Arts And Crafts ProgramThe refreshment table carried out
/ .J receiving line composed of the Clark street. will be showing slides of his the circus theme.
> No,. 10, 11,12 honored couple. trip to Rome and other pointsof The 17 guests includedAndy's
Junior Woman's Club 10, at 7:30: p.m.
interest following this maternal grandparents
Attractive arrangements of SherriMann Arts and Crafts
; will have an
Mr. and Mrs. James
roses were used in the living supper. workshop at the November Mrs. Patrick Welch will be ,
SPECIALTHRIFT room and dining room. Reports were given on Norman.
Celebrates 1 1st meeting Monday night Nov. hostess.
maintenance of church build-
Presiding at the spiced tea ,
and coffee services in the Birthday Nov. 1 ings and grounds. Bingo B. C. Hosp. Aux.
Little Women Had Needle
I BOX dining room were Mrs. games will continue on Satur-

9Pe,. Chicken Herbert Hitch. Mrs. H.H. Sherri Mann celebrated her day evenings at 8 p.m. in the To Hold RummageSale
Point Program Nov. 3
hall. education
Adams, Mrs. Guy Andrews parish Religious -
first birthday Saturday aftert(
FOR and Mrs. S.G. Denmark. noon at a party given by her classes for primary Mrs. A.J. Barry of the The club will have a Sock SaturdayThe
.
the grades are held at 9:30: a.m on
Pouring punch in parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Louis Magic Needle spoke to the Hop Friday night after the
ONLY. diningroom were Mrs. Drew Mann at their home on Powell .Sunday mornings. The Junior Little Women's Club Monday football game Irom 10 p.m. to
Reddish, Mrs. Carl Hurst and Street. High and High School groups night at its November meet 12:30: a.m. at the club house. Bradford County
Mrs. Pete Felos. will meet on Wednesday Plans were made for the Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
9 8e The patio and family room nights at 7 p.m. beginning ing.Mrs. Christmas formal to be held in rummage sale Saturday Nov.
.2 were decorated with The Winnie-the-Pooh theme'' November 12 instead of Barry demonstrated December. Irom 9 a.m. to 3 p.in. in (the
n' d arrangements of pine cone was carried out in-the cake; Thursdays. needle point work and showed Barbara Godwin and Pam former barber shop on E. Call

IIIOhl; !!' lilies.\ < > r' and table decorations. ; Father Bowles outlined several samples of needlepoint Tucker were hostesses for the Street next to Stan's Bootery
Pouring v punch on the'patiowere Story book favors were' plans for special> liturgical .' MIL. :' evening. i
Mrs. Curtis -Sanders,. given to the youngsters. J celebrations to" be held at trll In
I -V! -- ., ..-.Ji ';; -' J Thanksgiving( time.(t and ,, Beta ,Sigma" Phi" 7

',- Christmas as well as a pene- Retired Teachers Hold Meeting.-;....,
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+ "W" 41J Members AttendConference
tential service early in the

Advent season. The district four meeting of Florida, assisted !Mrs
Father Bowles encouragedall retired teachers was held Stevens. Nov. 1

parishioners to attend the Wednesday, October 29, in The program was under
Diocesan Eucharistic Con- Jacksonville.. three headings, Leadership STAHKlIelllbers: ol
gress scheduled for Sunday A luncheon was served at Programming and Com Gamma Theta and Xi lola
November 23, in the Jackson- noon. munication. The membership Delta chapters attended il i
]I i vine Coliseum. The meeting was presidedover divided into these three Beta Sigma Phi area i-onler-
by Mrs. Grace Adam groups, posed problems and ence Nov 1 in Orlando. .
St. Edwards Parish Stevens of Gainesville, state suggested solutions. A b l'enlenniall'ohll' guard.
director of the organization. The local until of retired dressed in uniforms ot I the
Plan Dinner For Dr. J.B. White, National teachers was represented by colonial ieri) Retired Teacher's Association I| Mrs. Frances Hamilton, Mrs. meeting leading a pledge\ 1
Senior Citizens state director and Dr. Michael, Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Kate allegiance to ho I I Hag.
( Seaton assistant regional Sheppard and Mrs. Edna The meeting !theme, "Wo'vo
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.-* representative area IV Hart. Come a Long Way Sisters
Members of St. Edward's was depicted throughout UK-
Parish invite all Senior day in "historical moments"

\ w Citizens of the Starke and Phillips Reunion Nov. 15 At L.B. featuring comments Irom
vicinity area to join them in a Betsy Ross. Dolly .Madison.:
'ti r covered dish dinner in the The reunion of the late Rev. A basket dinner will be Mrs. Paul Revere. Mrs. Benjamin -

MALONE parish hall on Sunday Daniel and Elizabeth Phillips served at noon. Franklin and :Mrs.
_. November 9, at 5 p.m. family will be held Saturday Alexander Bell as voiced by
Following this dinner Nov. 15 at the Lake Butler t\ll and relatives are members of the Orlando Area
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Father Richard Bowles will Community Center. invitedfriends to attend. 'ouncil of Beta Sigma Phi.

ulamaurpedic .. entertain with pictorial slides pepepe--- Those attending I the meeting
> A'T and documentary on his trip to included Gamma Theta ml'III'hl'r
"V'y" I Rome and other interesting Mrs. W.B. Sewell of JackDr.. and Mrs. H.J. Kucera of Beth Waters and Xi Iota
; 1 ; places. sonville was Monday visitor of Boynton Beach were weekend Delta members Connie Rest
; Mrs. L.D. Vining. guests of Mrs. H.M. Richarde. Cherie ('oe. Diane Hodge( and
ft s 'aafrjj. '* Barbara I'atray.

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Ii.'.. SI'llUx-l, SMI (1'win |Ii,'?.Ji.'iT-, | aIf71'I'Li. Wg.IO.a:! | : ,..\U: Jl'l'llKINC rrnf!ed.hlI..II Billy Goat. and Jeff Wrens hall and Ed
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daughter Dana of
St. Petersburg -

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H Athens Ga and Mr. and Mrs.
Used & Repossessed f Jack Carter (Harriet Loudon)
had a get-together last week.
end at the home of the latter in
Mobile HomesOLIN'S J Douglasville, Ga. The three

girls were BUS classmates.Sen. .



MOBILE HOME and Mrs.. Charley

434 Wf Call St. r =- ; Johns attended the dinner at
the San Jose Country Club

Starke, Fla. Sunday evening for President
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. Linda Trowell Michael Reed C.J. Browns .


Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nov. Tro-29 Celebrate 50thAnniversary c SPitle 0/ST/ie J/l/ WJ !


well) of Lake BuUer announce

Ihp engagement of their Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Brown, &iior964.7608
jfaJyi Wooly Socl.ly
"aughter! Linda of
Kaiford to Michael Faye Anthony Sr. whose October 50th 10 were anniversarywas honoredat ....... r. __ ______ -- .. ..... ----
Reed, son of Mr and Mrs.
their
a party given by '
Freeman C. Reed of Hamp children and grandchildren on V w.?

ton.The wedding will take place October 11. Ihlhtafltlttf

Saturday, Nov. 29, at 6 p.m.in The Brown children are Mr. hcsu4d /
the First Baptist Church of and Mrs. Alonza Holmes of

Kaiford. b. Miami 'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Miss Trowell is 1972
a graduate -
Scott Mr. and Mrs. Dozie
of Union County High e
Brown of St. Petersburg Mr.
School a graduate of Florida
and Mrs. Rudolph Coleman of
Junior College and a 1975
Mr. and Mrs. C.J.
Starke
Florida '
State University t E
1
1 r.r
Mr. Heed is a 1972 graduateof Brown Jr. of Law ley, Mr. and
.. .. .. .
Bradford High School. Mrs. Ted Brown Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Dell of Hampton Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Hunt of

. Dorothy. Doak John Harris Wed Sept. 20 I I Mississippi Mr. and Mrs.
of Melrose.

Dorothy M. Doak daughterof Folkston Ga. Grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Harris will Andrew Timmons of Hampton
English of Green Cove reside in Waldo. Mrs. Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fieldsof

Springs and John, .Edward L.P.N. employed at Starke Jacksonville. ...
Harris son of Mr. and Mrs. Nursing Home Mr. Harris is Among the out-of-town
Truman Harris were united in employed with Gerald Dukesin guests were Mrs. Lula Smith,
marriage September 20 in Lake Butler. Mrs. Queen Albert Mrs. Vera
C. Adams and Mr and Mrs. 91 Retired Raiford Prison Employees Attend ReunionPictured
James Brown of Starke and

Mr. and Mrs. Ezekal Hawkins above are the 91 people who attended the fourth Lake Butler. Ur. and Mrs. II.J. Kucera of Boynton Beach
COLONt ANDfRS Fli CIPE of Jacksonville.R. for traveled the farthest dis-

Kentucky Fried ChickenU Salur'day.

W. Roberts Hono red At Open HouseMrs.
St. Edward'sParish Woman's Club Will Have Andy Huggins
S. 301 NCPTH PHONE S64-5126 Warren Winkler and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W.
Roberts whose marriage was Mrs. Carl L. Johns. Presidingat Council Conservation Program Nov. 1 12 First Birthday
the bowl in the
LOOK. punch
October
of
an event 17, were
.
honored at Open House family room were Mrs. Met Nov. 3 The Woman's Club of Starke Shaw chairman Mrs. RobertL. CelebratedLittle
Mrs. L.M.
THE Friday October 31, from 7:30: Jimmy McRae will have a Conservation Brown Mrs. A.Y.
to 9:30: p.m. at the home of Mr. Gaines, Mrs. Pat Farnsworth Mrs. Lester
iWHAT program at their luncheon- Covington
and Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. Richard Pernini presided at Andy lIug ins
,v and Mrs. Brian Hamilton on Crews, Mrs. J.A. Griffin Mrs.
meeting Wednesday, Nov. 12,
Mimosa Drive. Floor hostesses were MrsnCharles the regular monthly meetingof at 12:15 Howe Mrs. Carl L. celebrated his first birthday
Hosts with Mr. and Mrs. Darby, Mrs. George St. Edward's Parish Coun- : p.m. Johns Ray Mrs. J.H. McClane, Sunday afternoon at a party
Hamilton were Miss Lillian Roberts Sr., Mrs. A.N. Wyllys cil held in the parish hall Mon- Becky Giebeig Bradford Mrs. J.H. Minesinger, Mrs. given by his parents Mr. and
and Mrs Fred Thomson. day evening November 3, as Mrs. Billy Huggins at the
Monday Stump Mr. and Mrs. Vernon County Extension Home J.D. Odom Jr., Mrs. Joe
Silcox Dr. and Mrs. James Out-of-town guests includedMr. plans were completed for the Economist, will be a speaker. Valenski and Mrs. Curtis home of his grandparents.llr.and .
Minesmger Mrs. John W. and Mrs. Randall Zip- covered dish dinner to be held Hostesses will be Mrs. F.J. Sanders. Mrs. George Huggins.
Tuesday Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. perer of Palatka and Mr. and in the parish hall at 5 p.m. on The youngsters were given
Randy Johns. Mrs. E.W.1o and David Sunday, November 9, when party favors of yoyo's and
Mrs. Griffin greeted the Silcox of Gainesville.Mr. local Senior Citizens are in- Junior Women To Have horns.
Wednesday guests at the door and and Mrs. Roberts are vited to join parishioners. The white linen covered
presented them to the residing in the Silcox home on Reverend Richard Bowles Arts And Crafts ProgramThe refreshment table carried out
I 1 receiving line composed of the Clark street. will be showing slides of his the circus theme.
> Now. 10 11 12SPECIAL to Rome and other
honored couple. trip pointsof Junior Woman's Club ''10, at 7:30: p.m. The 17 guests includedAndy's
Attractive arrangements of SherriMann interest following this will have an Arts and Crafts maternal grand
roses were used in the living supper. workshop at the November Mrs. Patrick Welch will be parents Mr. and Mrs. James
room and dining room. Celebrates 1st 1 Reports were given on meeting Monday night, Nov. hostess. Norman.B. .
Presiding at the spiced tea maintenance of church build-
and colfee services in the Nov.1 ings and grounds. Bingo C. Aux.
Birthday Hosp.
I THRIFT BOX dining room were Mrs. games will continue on Satur- Little Women Had Needle

9P<, Chicken, Herbert Hitch Mrs. H.H. Sherri Mann celebrated her day evenings at 8 p.m. in the To Hold
hall. education Point Program Nov. 3 RummageSale
Adams. Mrs. Guy Andrewsand parish Religious -

Mrs. S.G. Denmark. first noon birthday at a party Saturday given by after her classes for primary Mrs. A.J. Barry of the- The club will have a Sock SaturdayThe
V .
held at 9:30
grades are : a.m on
Vyu FORONLY. Pouring punch in the parents Mr. and Mrs Louis The Junior Magic Needle spoke to the Hop Friday night after the
Sunday mornings.
diningroom were Mrs. Drew Little Women's Club football from 10 to
Mann at their home on Powell Monday game p.m.
. Reddish Mrs. Carl Hurst and Street. High and High School groups night at its November meet- 12:30: a.m. at the club house. Bradford County
Mrs. Pete Felos. will meet on Wednesday Plans were made for the Hospital Auxiliary will hold a

9 8 The patio and family room November 7 p.m. beginning ing.Mrs. Christmas formal to be held in rummage sale Saturday Nov.
were decorated with The Winnie-the-Pooh theme'; 12 instead of Barry demonstrated December. K from !9 I a.m. to ::1 i p.m. in the
lllliaer?; arrangements of pine cone was carried out in'', the cake' Thursdays. needle point work and showed Barbara Godwin and Pam former barber shop on K.: Call

; lilies.,, and table decorations. Father Bowles outlined several samples of needle Tucker were hostesses for the Street, next to Stan's Bootery
r book favors
Pouring punch on the patio Story. wer; plans for special/ liturgical point. mi' evening.Retired .
given to the youngsters. J to" qrll 1 If
celebrations, be held at
Mrs. Curtis Sanders ,
I were ...?.. -If', '
'''\' .., 'Thanksgiving time and Beta Sigma Ph "
:1 1r Christmas as well as a pene- : Teachers Mold Meeting*-';; '..,
1 tential service early in the Members AttendConference
q Advent season. The district four meeting of Florida assisted Mrs.
Iff: Father Bowles encouragedall retired teachers was held Stevens. Nov. 1 1STARKK
parishioners to attend the Wednesday, October 29, in The program was under
Diocesan Eucharistic Con- Jacksonville.A three headings, Leadership : Members: of
gress scheduled for Sunday luncheon was served at Programming and Com Gamma Theta and Xi lula
November 23, in the Jackson- noon. munication. The membership Delta chapters attended a
i ville Coliseum. The meeting was presidedover divided into these three Beta Sigma Phi area ronlcr-
by Mrs. Grace Adam groups posed problems and ence Nov. 1 in (Orlando.A ) .
St. Edwards Parish Stevens of Gainesville state suggested solutions. bicentennial color guard
director of the organization. The local until of retired dressed in uniforms ol (he
Plan Dinner For Dr. J.B. White National teachers was represented by colonial period, opened I Ina'
Retired Teacher's Associationstate Mrs. Frances Hamilton Mrs. meeting leading a pledge\
Senior Citizens director and Dr. Michael Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Kate allegiance to the (lag.
Seaton assistant regional Sheppard and Mrs. Edna The meeting theme "We've
representative area IV Hart. Come a Long Way Sisters"
Members of St. Edward's was depicted throughout tin-
Parish invite all Senior day in "historical moments"
Citizens of the Starke and Phillips Reunion Nov. 1 15 At L.B. featuring comments from
vicinity area to join them in a Betsy Ross Dolly Madison.
covered dish dinner in the The reunion of the late Rev. A basket dinner will be !Mrs. Paul Revere Mrs. Benjamin -
parish hall on Sunday, Daniel and Elizabeth Phillips served at noon Franklin and :Mrs.
p'.fllltiiiiourpethc _. November 9, at 5 p.m. family will be held Saturday Alexander Bell as voiced by
Following this dinner Nov. 15 at the Lake Butler All l f r aattend.relatives are members of the Orlando Area
Father Richard Bowles will Community Center. invited to 'ouncil of Beta Sigma Phi.
entertain with slides Those the
pictorial tending
e S e e a- meeting
: and documentary on his trip to included Gamma Theta member -
Rome and other interesting Mrs. W.B. Sewell of JackDr.. and Mrs. H.J. Kucera of Beth Waters and Xi lola
1 places. sonville was Monday visitor of Boynton Beach were weekend Delta members Connie Best\
Mrs. L.D. Vining. guests of Mrs. II.M. Richarde. Cherie Cox Diane Hodge and

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parents are Mr.
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> uf, brand. m*. M.tlt'ttc, it.iiititiitMtlti. | .. 'IIIUMM' ..*'* Dyal of Hampton Lake and
Mpcfmltv" dun. l ,fur Fluudu', <| < !h...*.. ..,h,-, M.ilnm-. t Mrs. Wyburn Skidmore of San
ca"'U''Mh.,'fiuatm.w.ul.ndrpr.rl. 'lrom, .:,o."n' Bernardino. California. Great
'Y' a 'grandparents are Mr. and
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I > MlKm. H-N M/l- ,d' .u.'l l"n n mattniiNfitnhiiincd. Mrs.Ari Watana were second
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Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng
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daughter, Dana of St. Peters-
Olin Has A Good Selection Of burg, Lt. and Mrs. R.G.
N ,M' Thornton ,(Gerri Mooty) of
Athens, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
Used Repossessed Jack Carter Harriet( Loudon)
had a get-together last week.
I Mobile HomesOHM'S end at the home of the latter in
Douglasville Ga. The three
girls were BUS classmates.Sen. .



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434 W, Call St. ..: a Johns attended the dinner at
the San
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Starke, Fla. Sunday evening for President
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t M The Bradford-Union You Nothing,"and "Jobs Well SCOUTING NEWS
(ti Association for Retarded Done." Baldwin I
Citizens (BUAHC) will view Nominations will be made i
.S three films at its meeting next for new officers at the "' .... l
Thursday, Nov. 13, at 7:30: November 13 meeting. -
,! pm. in the Bradford school Refreshments will be served.
Ed
Mrs. Kimutis visited
board administration At the Dec. 11 BUARC Junior Troop 614 had a
Court of Awards Monday at Brownie Troop 311 to tell
building. meeting County Judge Elzie OldsUsed
about Girl Scouting.
Sanders will address the the Episcopal Church. The Chevy -

,+ ..r1YE The three films are: "Can A group on the rights of retarded leaders presented Patrol Next Tuesday we plan to
Parent Be Human?", "I Owe citizens. Cords to the new Patrol start another Brownie troop at
Leaders. They are Carrie
a the Catholic Church at 3:30.:
1 ; 14In Fischer, Terri Hilliard, Mrs. Thigpen will be the
ICE Carmen Eaves, Patricia leader. If you are interested in CarsSpecial
+ Slocum, Lisa Blakewood and 2nd 3rd
your or grader beingin
PERSONALSAmy ,
Jennifer Nicks. this troop, give me a call at
ti Congratulations to these girl 964-5812. .,
p scouts.
Carolyn Eaves
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1 Adams of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. George
l'k spent the weekend with her Dominianni and Mr. and Mrs. w
'I' grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Wolff of Keystone J?' 1973 Chrysler Newport CoupeDark
"', H}.}{. Adams. Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. %; Open Mon-Wed
,d'" da McConnell, Mr. and and White Power
i Mrs. Olive Gregory and Nealy : 9to8 Burgandy Steering
Mrs. Vernon Nichols and Mr.
lk Mrs. Earl Wooley of Gaines- and Mrs. Robbie Shaller of ; Thrs Sat Power Brakes Air Conditioning Bucket
ville and Mrs. Ruth Johnson
r
Starke attended the midyear r 9to9
and Mrs. James Barron were Elks I I Seats & Console One Owner
convention of the Lodge '
last Wednesday luncheon and ground breaking for the IQ Sun 12 to 6
guests of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson. r
Harry-Anna Crippled
Children's Hospital in Umatilla : .f 2795
,M over the weekend. /
.. Mrs. Vergie Flynn spent the '
kn ,,t weekend with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson at : r. r+ nemszrYr aemx,
Bessie (Faxon and Miss Donna
eY, f' (Faxon in Gainesville and cele- her tended grandson open house Eddie and Schwabat visited 1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme Coupe

brated Miss Faxon's birthday. Sunland Training Center
Sunday. Power Steering Power Brakes Auto Trans
Mrs. C.A. Futch celebratedher
... J 85th birthday Sunday with Mrs. R.P. McLendon Air Conditioning Landau Vinyl Top Only

'::1'$# dinner at the home of her son returned Sunday after six y. 14,000 Miles One Owner ;
and family, Mr. and Mrs. weeks visit with her son and J ?
and Orville Brookins Mack Futch at Kingsley Lake. family, Mr. and Mrs.' James
Rev. Mrs.
Joining the family was her McLendon in Blowing Rock, ;, r w
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. and Catlin ) 4995
N.C. Stacey, Ian' '' a rA i3. p6"" 'f'C .,
Celebrate 50th Anniversary, Leslie Bublitz of Clearwater.Mrs. McLendon returned with their F .
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for short visit i\
grandmother a
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Rev. and Mrs. Orville were used in other points of Robert Tanner of while their parents are in \ tF

Brookins whose wedding was interest throughout children the home. Baldwin was last Thursday Nassau on business. 1974 Chevrolet Vega Hatch Back
The Brookins are
October 25, 1925,were honoredby visitor of Mrs. J.H. Fields.
their children at a 50th Rev. and Mrs. Rex Brookins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Local admittances to Bradford
of Valdosta,Ca, Mr and Mrs. Jacksonville this 2 Dr Solid Red Paint Auto Trans Air
were Friday Hospital
wedding County
recep- .
anniversary
H i R l ,
of
tion at their home in Hampton E.W. Hodges, Jr. Hampton visitors of Mrs. Fields. week include: Donna Shadd Conditioning. Clean And Road Ready New
Sunday afternoon, October 26, Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Ray and Leonard McElhenny,
from 2 to 5 p.m.The'serving Brookins of Cartersville, Ga., Mrs. Henry Godwin and Raiford; Mrs. Bertha Piepen- WSW Radial Tires
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Benesh of Mrs. A.J. Eaves attended the brink and Mrs. Ollie Smith,
table was covered Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. United Methodist Women's Waldo; Mrs. Bertha Gandy, ;,{ +
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OCALA- "I 1 liked it. It was a yards, to split end Thomas STATISTICS field. Clark then punted 40 iL

good game," was one Brad- Jefferson to put Forest ahead Bro.'ord 12 6IrAi' Down or..t 9 yards to the Forest 18, Art .__._._ _. .._...._.__V .. . .
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lord fan's reaction to the 35.20 14-6, then 20 yards tight 66 V.r.aO.n.. R.a.'no 7S7 McDonnell returning the punt
whipping the undefeated Held Nichols to put Forest up 124 YardGamed. P.onO 8. three yards to the Forest 21 Wayne Scott, 70, Is about to lower the boom on Wildcat Other Tornadoes defending ll-r) are ili-lmsitc milillio
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Wildcats of Ocala Forest put 2112. 6202 PPAPI. 470 Fullback Charlie Davis running{ back Charles Davis, a bruising runner who tore I'eiry, ::12. middle guard Scot I Pouscr, (Iii l. Moll" mill il..'!t'll-
on Bradford High gridders in BUS closed the game to 6-7, 2 10S Y.rdPefAllced Pvmale Lot,, no 2 gained five yards to the\ 26 through the Tornadoes for 173 yards In Ocala Forest's' :t.ra she tat'kll'Ial'ty: Kusscll.'
one of the biggest games of the 12-14, and 20-2B as the Tornadoes 640 Punting Arera9e S37 through a big hole in the right win. Defensive tackle Scott had eight tackles for the night.,
1975 grid season. kept fighting back. With side of the Tornado defense,
"II was sorry," was one the game at 2(1-28( late in the Score 6S Guerreroass 6 6 s 0--20 Jerome' Reddish coming Hip
Bradford High\ student's opinion third period the Tornadoeswere oP 14 7 7 7- 35 from the secondary to make
of the game which loweredthe moving the ball until QB the stop On the next two plays "
Tornado record this Jimmy Prevatt threw an for pass interference. Given Forest received two successive -
fiasco interception which was the football and a'first down at 15 for
season to 43. It was a yard penalties
for the upset minded Big Beds returned from the Forest 35 to the BIIS five yard line, Forest clipping and for a personalfoul
whose defense failed to stop the Forest 49, then got penal- scored its final touchdown for pushing the Wildcats .
what had been billed as a ized for pass interference the 35-20 margin with just over back to their six yard line. EARN III..ERES'
mediocre Forest offense. which gave Forest a first eight minutes left in the game. Then came fullback Davis
Forest fullback Charlie Davis down at the BUS 36. BUS had only two posses- again. Starting slowly aroundhis
gained 173 yards in 16 carries, Tornado Emmitt Bright sions after that, stopping Forest left end to allow blockers
high by far for the night. intercepted another Forest without a first down, but time to work, Davis skirtedthe
Bradford's struggling offense pass in the BHS endzone on was forced to go to the air to right side of the BUS YOUR
put'20 points on the the drive, but was also called catch up, and couldn't.Bradtord defense, and turned on the
High won the toss, down the left sideline.
board, close to its season high speed
22 point performance which elected to receive, and DeSue Emmitt Bright finally drug
beat Palatka South. But the returned the Forest kick-off him down from behind at.the .
from the 10 to the BHS 35 On CHRISTMASSaving
BUS defense allowed more BHS 10 after an 84 yard run,
third and three from the BUS
points than it had in any game the longest play from
this season. Forest's 35 points 42, the Tornadoes failed to scrimmage of the game. $:+
topped the 27 scored againstthe convert their first third down On first down QB Tyrone
Tornadoes by Ocala Van- situation when QB Jimmy Young rolled to his right as if
g Prevatt threw just out of to pass, decided to run, andS SAYI.aS
Arwildtandowoolly affair, reach to fullback Jimmy
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BUS seemingly broughta See
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scored another when a BHS Col1stru !.
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from the Ocala.six takesCl
84 yards
yard line to the BUS 10 on a Pretty BUS cheerleader ,It only 1.!J inish. i '
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Forest Pounds Tornadoes. . . ( Page 4)>
cutback Inside Jets Win Small Fry Title i
defenders pursuing BHS ,Reid Nichols at the Bradford for the receivers, on the fof- h

yards out.Wildcat. to score from 10 3,Jerome Reddish making the lowing possession. The last J The Jets, by virtue of the Jets. Robert Carver again
[ Bert Yancey booted stop.. bomb was a mix-up in signals; Bears dropping their last two displayed his fine running
the first of his five extra Forest tailback Tony-Rawls BHS had intended to go for the games, took the Small Fry ability to lead the Jets who
points, and Forest led with slammed up the middle for H4 first down but the play call Football Leaguecham were helped out by the play of I I
.8:41: left in the first 7-0 yards, then fullback Davis got was not properly given the p r pionship with a 6-1 record, Greg Chambers and the rest
period. the TD on second down from quarterback.BHS ( tai according to Recreation Dept. of the team. For the first lime
BHS ,_
came right back, 1V4 yards out. Yancey's extra held Forest, receivedthe t r, director Randall Davis. this year, someone other than
Kenny Aycox returning the point kick made it 21-12, For punt, and took over for its The Bears were second witha John David Frances scored
Forest kickoff
46 yards down in the final record of 4-3, the Saints for the Falcons. Frank
with
est 2:09 remaining
: possession of the game at .
the sideline behind a Tornado 't, ended 3-4, and the Falcons Sheffield all the
second put
period. its own seven yard line. The on
were winless, although losing tRey
blocking wall to the
Forest 44 the Scoreboard but were
Tornadoes drove
Forest returned the second 43 yards to three four
or games by just
where Ronnie McCullough fin half kick off to its 29. The BHS the midfield stripe. DeSue and a 'r, one point. still one point shy, 1312.
ally cornered him. at the side- Prevatt first down ,e. Mondav. Nov. the
line. defense held; Forest punted 43 got one 3, were
yards to the BHS 20' where running, a clipping penalty on last regular scheduled games,
Running back Beaver Lashley fielded the kick and Forest gave BHS another, and an were good ones. In the first I Ia
DeSue, who led Tornado returned it two yards to the Prevatt passed 12 -yards to game, the Saints behind the v
ground gainers with 67 yards BHS 22. Lashley at the 50 for a third. running of Jeff Coltrane, / i
in 18 carries, got one yard Jimmy Schoeiung, and Cary : i '
over the right side. On second Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt" Frounfelter breezed past the
threw to
Prevatt rolled to his left again I
on
down Bears, 19-6. Playing good ball
quarter)!rk Jimmy
Prevatt first down, was hit from the Lashley up the middle in an for the Bears were Richie
,
rolled I. loft' and
threw back serathe sin blind side by Wildcat Tim effort to get on the boards / Fender Jason Bennett. and The first faults are theirs that ,.
to
( Kennedy, and the football was quick with lime running out. Kevin Johns. commit them; The second
wldeout the Richard Lash r y up knocked loose and rolled along gown one hand on the The second game saw the faults are theirs that permit
middle. The puss\vi good' the ground. Forest's Art ball, just slightly to Falcons come close as they them.
for 19 yards to the Forest 24. much ahead of him the ball
McDonnell picked up the loose lost a 13-12 squeaker to the
On first down .
Prevatt ,
again deflected into the air
was up -
pigskin, It into -
easily carrying -
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rolled to his left this time .- -
and Forest's Harold Franklinran
the BHS endzone for a touchdown -
keeping the ball for a sweep under it at his own 10 yard + ,
around the end. tie got outside line. Franklin returned the w" ; 9t SfUYF 'ait{. .w" 'Ma'ua + p.,, "' DeWitt C. Jones

then cut back in as full- Yancey's extra point madeit football 58 yards to the BHS Tornado running back Beaver DeSue on his way to a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown
back Jimmy Clark blockedout 28-12, Forest with 9:50: 32. Forest kept the ball on the Scott Pooser cut down two Forest Mockers to spring DeSue down the sideline. Tornadoes Willie
the seven yard line, remaining in the third period. ground and ran out the clock Perry, left, and Steve Ernest are about to cut down Forest linebacker Scot Brantley with a Funeral Home
springing' Prevatt into the The teams each made one for the win.Cowboys.
double block Brantley was the last Wildcat between DeSue and the goal line.
Wildcat endzone. first down then but both had to

was The mishandled BHS snap on from the center extra punt.punted Forest 29 yards Doug to DeSue Kuhn at Reds: Deadlocked 6-3 In Bantam Football- -- -- League STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL

point and Prevatt was chased the BHS 35 yard line. The kick
down and tackled. Forest still came in low and fast, not hang The Cowboys and the Cowboys met the league back a share of first place as Tuesday, Nov. 11, the HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS< WHEELCHAIRS '
led 7-6 with 7:16: left in the first ing up in the air. DeSue cameto Redskins are all tied up in the leading Dolphins in the second they meet the Redskins The Cowboys will take on theRedskins ft CRUTCHES
period. his right behind a wall of Bantam Flag Football match. Cowboys will be idle while the in a game that will
BHS stopped Ocala Forest white Tornado jersies and ran League, each with 6-3 records, Thursday, Nov. 6, will see Steelers take on the Raiders in determine first or second KEYSTONE HEIGFITS. HONE 4733176II
after the kick-off, forcing a 65 yards for a touchdown. according Recreation to Starke the Dolphins trying to get the second game. Then place.
punt which Tornado Richard DeSue headed for the side- Dept.
.Lashley missed on the catch line, then cut behind Curtis The Cowboys and the
at.the BHS 29. Forest recov Crawford and Richard Lash Redskins had come IntoTuesday's .

ered. Forest fumbled at the ley as they wrapped upForest's second place game behind lied the for QCJOPOQD( ( I
Tornado 18, Tornado Jerome Scot Brantley, the Dolphins. The Redskins
Reddish getting the ball back. last man between DeSue and defeated the Raiders, 42-21, in
. BHS failed to move the foot the goal line. the first game and the & :
Jruu
ball, stymied by a motion Still playing catch up, BHS u. S. 01l1 Starke .
penalty, and Clark's '
punt traveled went for two points on the con
only 23 yards. version and got them when FLORIQATHEATRE 301 S. SHOPPING Fla.
Ocala Forest did not blow !its Prevatt threw to DeSue on the
second chance to score when sprint out pass to right corner CENTER
given the ball deep in Tornado of the endzone. It brought BHS
territory. A first down netted to within eight points, 20-28 Open Mon Wed 9 to Thurs Sat 9 to 9
just a yard, but from his 36 on with about four minutes left in family centers : :
second down QB Young rolled the third period. 'Iff to 6 .
to the right side and threw to When 16 minutes to play, Fri Sat Sun ,

split end Thomas Jefferson in BHS still had a chance. But it .....................*.. I
the BHS endzone. Richard was Forest which -
wrapped
Lashley leaped at the ball but the game with a fifth touch-up :, ttlC i J
it was over his head. down. :of

Yancey kicked the point BHS had driven 29 yards :: .. Rnu. Jt
after.'Forest led 14-6 with 14 from its own seven yard line ;: Y." ...." ) l
seconds left in the first period. had made two first downs, and .. .
Jimmy Clark punted 49 and was moving the football when .. I
40 yards to Forest as second disaster struck again. On a I I .......................:
period play got under way.Forest's third and eight situation QB
Art McConnell mishandled Prevatt rolled to his right on plus .
a BHS punt at the the sprint out pass and threw The Cockeyed '
Ocala 40 and Tornado Laverne 20 yards upheld toward tight ; I
Marks, on BHS's usual good end Steve Ernest at the side-
punt coverage, was on the spotto line. Forest defender was in Cowboys Of
gobble the ball up. good position to intercept the
Tornado QB Jimmy Prevattwas pass, perhaps not thrown as Calico County
sacked on first down by high or as far as it should have I 1iff 1\\
Wildcat defensive end been, and he didn't miss. I .ilc .
Bryce 301DRIVE
cjt! Duncan; but a personal foul From its own 49, Forest t. '. .. J J.f
began a 51 yard drive to
penalty was tailed on Forest put >
for hitting late, giving the Tor the ball game on ice.
nadoes a second and three The drive was started by a -1
situation from the Ocala 33. 15 yard pass interference pen

DeSue ran hard up the Forest alty against the Tornadoes Fri Sat
middle for six yards, when a Wildcat receiver was
middle guard Reggie tackled as the ball flew over That WlkfnoTairnun( is back!] ,
Chisholm making the stop at his head. From the BHS 36, J.
the 27. On first down Prevatt then, fullback Davis charged
tried to hit Clark coming out of around right end on a hard 16 f
the BHS backfield but the yard run, on which he twice
pass was low and Clark shook off Tornado tacklers, to rvjFRAMED awjO I ]-. K.Ak .
couldn't hold on. Prevatt the BHS 20.

swept left I end for Iwo yards on From the 20, Tony Rawls' J
second down but the
Tor-
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started around the right side htatM11t1AtsPant
nadoes were penalized IS \of the Tornado defense, but
yards for holding, whichpushed
was stopped after four yards'by
them back out to theForest i ,,
BHS defensive tackle i ,
42.Prevatt. !Wayne Scott. Davis went up [R] IICIIIr I....fIcIIn
then threw up the i the middle on second down > ,\.ft. j
Forest middle to Lashley, in (and got a long two yards, Scott -- jI I :
, 'the clear at about the 20. ,again making the stop. On Phis
Lashley caught the pass easily I i third and four, Davis again hit .tii1'? r 1ypr 4 ,. 11, \
and had clear sailing into the I j hard up the BIIS middle for a] IIDlIIJ ,
Forest endzone. J j first down at the Tornado 10.
DeSue ran left end on a two passed i
QB Tyrone Young
I t I I
point converstlon try but i I
I into the endzone on the first .
couldn't make it. The touch- ,down from the 10 and Brad .
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down closed the score to 12-14 j ford's Emmitt Bright intercepted COlUM9tAPIClUAIS
j,OIVISIOH Of COIUM6IA PICIURtS 'IKOUSlflltS' INC
with 4:17: left in the third \ the pass and, for an U

period. I instant, it seemed the Forest Sun Mon I II
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lose any time increasing its ,interference on BHS. The Bill
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I Santa Fe Edges 8-7 By Unbeaten TigersLAKE action League Flag after Men's will C7 Football a get Flag week's back Football delay.into Play 3:30 played Elementary;: p.m.ResumesThe at All Playground.the games Southside are:}



.. .... .. .... ...... ..... ........ .. .......". .... .. .. Nov. 9, .will have The winner ol the league
BUTLER Union ......, around left end, and Jackson SundaYJ meeting the will go on to represent Slaike
High gridders met their slammed three yards up the at 2 p.m. while and the district in the State
w
Independents
match in the Santa Fe Raiders a Raider middle for a first downat Mr. 'B" take on KitchensTile Tournament to be played in
last Friday night in a hard the Raider 46. A five yard in the second match at Sarasota, December UGay's .

hitting contest attended by a offsides run over penalty the right and a tackle six yard - -.-.-.- 66 O 6
capacity crowd with Santa Fe by - - -
edging 8.7 past the Tigers in a Jackson were good for
another first at the
Raider 35
hard battle.
Previously fought unbeaten, the with play. less than a'' minute to Home Appliance

Tigers threatened to score
twice in the opening minutes, Smith sped around left end
and succeeded on their third for 13 yards to the 22 and there 355 N Temple 964-7511
possession, leading 7.0 .at the were 38 seconds remaining.
half. The Raiders mishandleda T He got eight more yards to the
Tiger punt putting UHS in 14 on first down, then added Your
business at the Santa Fe 23. two more yards to the Raider
Speedster; Luke Smith ran 20 ... 1 12 where it was third down
yards for the Tiger touchdownon 1 with 16 seconds remaining in
the first play of the second the ballgame. One Stop
quarter On third down, Whiteheadhad
Then the Raider defense' his field goal try from the
tightened. Raider linebackerswere This Santa Fe Raider tackling Lake Butler's Sam Jackson In the Union High backfield is how 20. The Raiders put on a hard
constantly in the Tiger Santa Fe stopped the usually torrid Tiger triple option. QB Danny Hazen has just handed off rush.The kick was short to the
when Jackson was hit.The Raider linebacker beat the block of the Lake Butler lineman. left and .
backfield hampering quarterback i wobbly.It
Eddie Haen as he gave the Raiders
operated the usually slick Union High began a strong tional 15 yards to the Tiger 36 faded to pass on second down bf possession at the 20, but the
Union triple option Hazen had offensive drive. Fullback L W. yard line. under a heavy rush from the', game ended before the estatic
to pitch around a charging Cummings raced through left Santa Fe drove for the Tiger front, but got his pass 1 Santa Fe team had to run Store
Raider defender or hand off tackle for 30 yards before score QB Bernardo passed 13 away. James Hope took this n I another play.
quickly to a fullback to avoid Robert Johnson finally nailed yards to wideout Bruce throw easily at the seven yard
getting caught with the ball. him at the Raider 18. Cum- Sheppard for a first down at line, and ran into the Tiger. Statistics
Lake Butler lost control of mings got two more yards, the Tiger 24. Three runs endzone for the touchdown.Big L. Butler Santa F.
the ball in the backfield early Smith was stopped cold, the netted nine-plus yards. From S 176 Yards. First Gained, Downs Rushing 96 a We Service All BrandsOf
in the third period, setting Raiders were penalized five the Tiger 14 big Freeney got Freeney went over his 67 Yards Gained. Passing 83
Santa Fe up in business at the yards, and quarterback enough yardage for the first right tackle for the two point 570 PC.PA.P'' 190
Tiger 40 yard line. Danny Hazen ran up the down but an offsides penalty conversion which put Santa Tiger mascot Sandra Bea- 60 3 Yards Fumbles LOll 3
Raider quarterback Buddy middle for five yards to the pushed Santa Fe back to the Fe ahead 87. The left side of vlns prances and prowls the 633.5 Punting Penalized Yardage. 3.30 its 5Icor.
Bernardo threw a pass of 31 Raider six yard line for a first Tiger 19. On the fourth down the Tiger line hit, Freeney at sidelines at each game,urging

yards to overcome a Raider down. replay Bernardo missed. the goal line. Freeney fell for- UIIS onward. LI .Iy ouart.ra Radio TV Equipment '
holding penalty and com Disaster struck, however, Sheppard with a pass to the ward after the collision for the I. .F. 0 0 0 7 8 0 0-8 7-7 ", \.
pleted a 20 yard aerial for the when the Tiger snap was mishandled left flat. two points which meant the drive with 2:30: left in the ,

scoie. James Hope, who had Big Freeney, a line- From their 17, the Tigers difference in the game. fourth quarter Touchdownsi :
earlier missed a pass which backer on defense, recoveredthe handed Santa Fe another Neither team got inside the Sam Jackson returned a EP II Whll.head Lake Butler kick-20 good.yard run by Smith, & Home Appliances .

hit him in the chest in the loose football, ending the chance when the ball was other's 30 yard line until Union : Raider punt 12 yards to the Jl Santa Fa...Hope,29 yard pass from i
Tigt'rendzone,caught this one drive. fumbled Raider William High began a desperation Tiger 47. Smith got nine yards Bernardo. EP-Freeney, run good .
for (the Santa Fe touchdown. Running strongly, Freeney Stroud recovering at the 33. .I :
Big running back Cranston galloped 17 yards, then three Santa Fe handed it right backat : J .
.Fieeney. powered over for a more, for a first down at the the 14, however, when line 'j
two points conversion to score Raider 26. QB Ken Johnson backer Cedric Warren came &IL
the winning point. Freeney hit mishandled the snap from up with a Santa Fe fumble.
the left side of the Tiger goal center and the Raiders Lake Butler returned the
line defense there was a big promptly handed the football
second half kick off to its 34.
pile up but the powerful Free- back to Lake Butler, Lanier Runningback Sam Jacksongot
ney fell over the goal line for Clyatt recovering at the Santa eight yards over the right
the two point conversion. Fe 24 yard line. side on first down, but the
Santa Fe led 87. This time a 15 yard holding from center was again-
The drove 36 yards to penalty stalled the Tiger snap w
Tigers
mishandled on second down. .w I I ] I Ic
drive. From the Raider 38
the Raider 12 late in the fourth Santa Fe's William Stroud
period. Tim Whitehead, Luke Smith took a pitchout recovered his second fumble
returning after an injury, around left end for eight yards of the game, and the Raiders' AMtmai r
tried a field goal from the 20 but that was all the Tigers. made this chance good. ii- TrMt I
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yard line but it was short. could get.Santa Three downs from the Tiger r.res '
Santa Fe took over at the 20, Fe's Freeney stopped 40 netted the Raiders minus- least .$, :
but there was no time for ano- L.W. Cummings cold ,on a two yards through a tight UHS fw.e .
dive and iVJZNt
left
ther play. quick over guard defense. On third down the
The loss leaves Union High Terry Jenkins stopped Smith Raiders were penalized for .

with a b-l record to date. The for no gain on a pitchout holding, pushing them back to :: :! : [ : ; !
around left end. .
win gives Santa Fea 7-1 mark. QB Danny their own 39.. On the third '.
The Raiders' only loss has Hazen went back to pass onfourth'down'but down repeat play, QB Ber- 3

been to Class 3A Jacksonville Freeney broke nardo passed to the left sida.to '
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to sack him for 10 z
Bolles. through a i
split end Bruce Sheppard
The game does not affect yard loss, killing that Tiger -' / '
Two Tiger defenders had their .v ty u.
conference or state play off threat. .hands on the ball before it got .i MISSES' rte
Santa 'Fe's offense 11ii:1: :: "i'd
Both the and wag no .
standings.Raiders have clinched Tigers berthsin more effective in the .earlygoing" to Sheppard,'' but the' trowwasn't : y LONG SLEEVE SKIVVY TOP
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ground game with 82 yards in punt, but it went through his Stretched Nerve
13 carries, 5.5 yards per carry. hands. Tiger Lanier Clyatt fell
Speedster Luke Smith led the on the loose football. It was S 10.88 c SSES'
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BHS Expects. Tough Game With Baker HighA Raiders i

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Muscled

charged up Baker High of defending Class 3A state four men on the line split Bread and butter of the bigger than Ocala Forest, but ,, \
football team is expected champion Ocala Forest. apart tackle to tackle. Two Baker offense is the misdirec is quicker, he says. a
tomorrownight (Friday, Oct. Baker High has never linebackers protect the vacant tion dive, Coach Mike Sexton UC Win j
7)) to give Bradford griddersall beaten the Tornadoes, middle and two more line- says. The Tornadoes will attack I
they can handle. although the Wildcats gave backers back up the ends and "We're going to have to with their tried and true 5-4 LAKE BUTLER Muscle I
"No doubt about it, Mac- the Big Red the scare of its life help contain the wide stuff. whip them at the line of defense. Starters will be ends made the difference as the
clenny has one of the best last year in Macclenny. The Baker uses a three deep pass scrimmage," Sexton states. Jay Godwin and Willie Perry Lake Butler Tigers dropped I
teams "we've faced this Tornadoes kicked a field goalin defense, expecting some help If the fast Wildcat backs get tackles Marty Russell and their first decision to Santa Fe
season, says Tornado Offen- the last minute of the playto from the linebackers. into the Bradford scondary Wayne Scott, middle guard by one point last Friday, I.
sive Coach Roger Chilson. The squeeze out a 15-14 win. Klate Yarborough, number they are going to be trouble, Scott Pooser, linebackersPaul according to Head Coach Jack
Wildcats are 5-2 for the sea- The Wildcats are bigger 15, is in his third year as quarterback Sexton says. All the four backs Jenkins and Curtis r Jones.
son, and fresh off an 18-6 than last season, with quick- for the Wildcats and 'are capable of going all the Crawford, and the secondaryof >,
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whipping of Fernandina ness to boot. runs the option well. Mac- I way I if given any running Emmitt Bright, Kenny The muscle was provided by ,
Beach, a team which edgedthe Baker County funs a Hous- clenny has four backs as goodas I room. Aycox, Richard Lashley and Raider linebackers William
Tornadoes 9-8 earlier. ton veer offense from a pro set the Tornadoes have faced Several players go both Jerome Reddish. Stroud and Cranstron "
The Tornadoes are 4-3 going alignment. Defensively, the this season, with good speed. ways for Macclenny. Larry Freeney, who also play of r
into Friday's game, just off a Wildcats are basically a split40 QB Yarborough does a fine Burnsed, 250, is an offensiveand Offensively, the Tornadoeswill fense. Stroud led the Santa Fe
defense in the 8-7 Raider win "
at the hands job passing the football. Baker defensive tackle. Running with QB Jimmy
35-20 shellacking team, meaning there aresmallOr go
: with 10 unassisted and five !
mixes it attack well between back Johnny Milton is a cor- Prevatt, running back Beaver
assisted Stroud
running and passing.. nerback on defense. Another DeSue,fullback Jimmy Clark, (moved to a tackles.tackle position in I
The big offensive Wildcat runningback. Terry Bones, wideoul Jackson Prevatt or Santa Fe's' spht-60 defense, i
line averages 198 pounds and 175, is a linebacker on defense.. Erie Biggs, tight end Steve meaning a six man line with a
WIDGGJ! pushes defensive units back to / Ernest, split end Richard forest quarterback Tyrone Young leaps and fires over the linebacker, who was Freeney,
Jffi'\1IDG\ make Baker's favorite play, The Tornado offense will Lashley, tackles Keith Carver heads of Tornado defenders. The tall 6-4 Young completedfour In the gap( in the middle over
QpQ\ the dive off the veer, go. The have to play better than and Charles Reames, guards of seven passes against the Tornadoes. Including one fora the Lake Butler center.
Jobs big line also provides QB Yar- against Ocala, Forest for David Godsey and Perry touchdown.!' Using that defense the 1
La*' borough with good pass pro- Bradford High to win, Coach Bryan or Lee Casey, and Raiders had a man in the
81 tection. Hurse says. Macclenny is not center Jeff Jockel. Tiger backfield nearly everv "
Baby Reds Edge play. Lake Butler used a five
man offensive front line with
two split ends. Facing a seven
man rush the Tigers offensewas
Eastside Rams 82Starke's simply outmanned.
::2h: / When he was able to get a
ernini pass off, Tiger QB Danny
The Baby Rams had time to had
BUILDING CONTRACTOR Baby Tornadoesused Hazen goodluck, com
an aggressive, hard-hill move in for the winning points pleting 5 of 7 throws.
Jfaf. e.rli/.J' ing defense led by noseguard following the free kick, but the Another Raider that spent
Roger Barnett to down the Barnett led Tornado defenserose some times in the Tiger back-
CUSTOM,
496-2185 Baby Rams of Eastside 9-2 to the occasion, tearing field was Nick Coulhas, who
BUILT Oct. 29 in Gainesville.The past the Ram offensive line to had seven tackles mostly
.' COMMERCIAL victory raised Coach sack the quarterback on three against Tiger QB Danny j'
1# Hazen as he tried to pitch to
HOMES Butch Reddmg's squad recordto separate plays.
CONSTRUCTION the fast Lake Butler backs
The Tornadoes
Blade Baby
Mowing Back Biscing 5-2.
The first saw amassed just over 150 total "The offensive line has donea
COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER quarter very
964-5230 Jim Martin little offensive movement as yards of offense while holdingthe terrific job in the past, but
Rams to only 86 yards the
both teams had difficulty couldn't combat with the
moving both on the ground afternoon. Santa Fe strong defensive
and through the air.. The Big ,linebackers," Jones com-
Red offense did manage a mented.
E &ILE couple of sizeable gains on the Girl Runners Pleased with the defensive

ground behind fullback Scott ,Tiger squad, Jones said they
Hull and tailback Marvin Post 3-3 SeasonThe "hun in there exceptionallywell
Tyson, but couldn't put it all ," stopping the Santa Fe
together. bomb prepared to clinch the t
r Following two quick first Bradford High girls' game. The Tigers played well
downs the Tornadoes were cross country team ended its enough to win, Jones said
forced' to punt. Just three regular season on the right except in dealing with SantaFe J
fool I
(
maybe literally) with
plays later, however, the Tornadoes sizeable victory over St.a defensive front people, and
A rr tSWAaEw blocked a Ram punt at Joseph Academy, Nov. 4. lost in the closing seconds. '
I Ir the Eastside 44 yard line This gave Tornadoes a 3- "I thought Santa Fe made
From there, quarterbackJeff 3 regular season record. mistakes with their
oa ,, r.wA Norman mixed three pass BHS took 24 points to St. agressiveness although we
completions with the shifty Joseph's 33. In their last meet also made mistakes knowingwe
running of Tyson to move the against the SI. AugustineI had to get to them before
ball to the Ram goal. I team, the Bradford girls wereedged their offensive
they got game
TWUNO On second and goal from the out by a 29-28 score. cranked up," Jones said.
one, Tyson crashed into the Tornado winners were
Tim Whitehead in his
NOW OPENI ,
4 B end zone for the touchdown. A Merri Ormsbee, second witha return to Union
ova ISO HEW ran time of 9:11. A step behindwas County
*i MXOUNT ntasiI" 4') I from two-point Norman conversion to Hull pass gave Ruth Hazen, who clockedin football following an injury,
did an "excellent job" punting
at 914.: Lynn Pierce took t
Starke an 8-0 lead as the first
fifth place in the contest with a for the team, including a toe-
half ended. .
; 9:41: time, while teammate tingler for 75 yards. '
At the start of the second
F Freda McDougald took the Although his field goal attempt
half, Eastside drove I to the '
DOLLS ; next position at 9:48.: Cindy was a little wide Jones v'
OF ALL NATIONSTfST011S Tornado 33 yard line behind a Griffith was the fifth point said that Whitehead "gave us
strong ground game. On the scorer, coming in eighth at a lift" with his kicking, and
next play Barnett, who on sev- 1001.: bowed out of the bobble saying
eral occasions trapped the Other runners were Linda that it was the punter's first
Ram quarterback before he Richardson, 10:10: ; Laura field goal attempt this season. t
could hand off to a running Chase, 10:12; Frances Defensive linebacker Cedric .
C back, did just that, causing a Coltrane, 10:30: ; Nancy Mc- Warren, defensive tackle
NE POWERED fumble which the Baby Torna- Neal, 10:56: ; and Karen Daryl Williams and small I
'
-FLY PLANE does recovered at the 35. rawford, 11:24.: nose guard Lanier Clyatt drew
save 2.17 1c. Wins for the girls from the for 'j
Eastside picked up their were praise top Tiger
only points of the game against Buchholz, Oak Hall, an outstanding job holding the
/ trapping Norman in the end and St. Joe. Losses were to St. Santa Fe passing game to a
zone for a safety. ParK.JoeBuchholz and Orange minimum as well as its
ar Yl?.._ PITITr11rACi. YOU "AVI'' groundwork.
rafLN _..
A. wr La 1. i..w
"Offensively, Luke Smith
NEW( PAYDAY GAM our our showed the class of running
NEW' BY PARKER BROTHERS oual. I"VI Sp.dd. aim race' ED I"VI r. SAY, he's had all year long, gaininga
11 ras
SAYS 1 \ p..01p1 ,1.11'" M LN PreSeasonHWIG lot of yardage on his own
when the odds were against
YOUR CHOICE! MOTOR OILS DROP LEAF FOLDING TABLE BIC DISPOSABLE LIGHTER 1BK POLYESTER BLANKET him," Jones said.
A. Eagl. ATF for now Fords Qt. Opens la 24.60". Folds like a alto Adiustoble"" (lion. Visual"fu.l Non-allergtnie, mildew resistant Although Santa Fe did a
i I. Eagle ATF with, Devon, Qt. COM for compact storage. Sturdy metal supply. Long lasting gel thousands"" mothprooll IOW nylon binding. 72rASJ.T good job of bottling up chief
C. Eoglo Outboard Motor Oil,Qt. construction. Limit I-no raincneckSi. of llahlsl' Assorted fun, colors. 90"site fits twin or full.Cob,,. 1 1.4f1F Tiger arm Danny Hazen, the

quarterback did get off some
iiih1itMs \ good passing and also

deserves commendation,
Jones said. ,
"we were fortunate to play i I
Santa Fe to give us some pre-
state playoff competition. It
I proved that although we lost I
the ball game, we can com I i
pete with state contenders and .1
Ny11 SAYS 11. SAYS 11. I '- I IIII are good enough to win the
state title" beamed a con-'

mCb1 fnul.IW fident and optimistic. Tiger ,
wuJ.t{ The Last Word In Comfort Trainer Jack Jones. f,

lIS MACK IAn 1'"% SCOPtMOUTMAM

rat swt .,,111I'. IAn UI IAVI NAIU fAY .u UI uvt has uvl1Mf
.
1.N urn L. JaM 1-lf. LIMIT I u az. J4f .... .Mf 3If ..M 1ElLEPICentral

pRxto1uz.IUNIT ILlC11UC IUCIIIG II-FI e-tTOAST-R-OVEN .11dI'' f-IIOL. rACK aw.I ABU WHAT WML _.......twl1AN CAlI
Automatic with oscillat Compact hadlw9"stain. It toasts top browns and AMMO EXTRA DRYMmKKSPUUMT soft,cushiony' Quick-drying! For Interior _.u..iplemiaIngsrain.r.ULopprovd. ..
.t
less steel blades. Com. bakes. Enjoy convenient te_. Delicately cant and. .,...i.... WhiM end Snap lock lid stays ontight.
I year mfr. guarantee. plate ..tIt.1CK'Oga rack. countu tap cooking. I OZ. ed.5001-ply sheers.per roll fo.hinedas.13.&catn : Easy. to '
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RfTZtLTMTX NATIONAL c'I Wall ;; -- 0,

t $TK,1NNNS ..a (Papilla'

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ura'f u% Furnace ..fl f

r I I
with the
Fresh packed '
salty crunch you like. islwlf6m ,/ ".:
Large 7 ox. p: .. y e5.OOO'STU HEATS_;:} HOMECOMING This Sunday SUNDAYAT Is

'f1
UP TO 6 ROOMS
First Baptist Churchof
...11111.! avt rat ras1df_SAYS 1.1-:= r./ SAYS Stark

/ Ii I IiI I.N l.nt..UIiiiiI 3N loll "1 iK NLockNADIR % Wall TlktrfjieKtat ...... ....N
JMfM: .mD1IIYD.rm UIJIUC11UCIUTil :;:; :.;: I IMit lifl0w NAtT N rR PuTwl T t rC INIINAAI IIT --CMNttar P Join u* for Sunday Schoolat
Solid state. Instantonsound. pro.syp.cutcutamunaf- Fon"farced heat comes en Heavy gauge aluminum is Inoluds.6.wA: AvmN. u es I a L.s MM*) hMt eft C4HMff ant HireeiH: ':45 a.m. Hear a former
.. Full "volume, superb lie, comfort.grip handle. Instantly! Hide-away .handle A balanced diet el millet coated with famous Teflon .a fpe t, fork hwnrp dtN-w late. It tack lustily vw Hw UMTS. .*. ; pastor preach at 11 a.m.
tone. lit. approved. 2 ...... Lightweight. safety .chrome grill. "mile wheat. sunflower for". oats birds.J II. Heatproof handle. Won lrq nMr .d. lit. hrdl- And hnoha y*. MM)'It. ImtaHMl ,Enjoy| dinner on lAo ground

t song e ........t hipsrirah. lUar at 12:30 p.m. Hear the
N--. .... alit. SM. .Vwrti. .* Small ...... CMt. IcomblMd choirs present
tML.arfTTU.CUMnuirr |"AII luia, A Prals
I -. 111_ |Gathering for BsIIsvors"

1 .u ftI! IAYI. I IJAr. Pf.ESEASOPIS.tLEPlua .t 1M: p.m.,

I .2. u aa-r P1'ns TIM people of First Baptist
u .MiapraveBi CflneJottejtcy off bxtwid a cordial Invitation
I
point, voml oil or ena-ml w ant 1o the people) of MM community I
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!
Mild odor Sca ca
$2' & 900 to m|.y this cwbration -
/-pint .f the ti year of I
11.- -- -q. : ,tm Ministry of First.Bap.tilt -

/AYI. WAS IAn SA1 /aYS. .ILNICAAI,3IT.: : l a] SAS .. : Church of Stark.
.u .. .... I
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IIAf_ I.N lint .- .u- ore Bon P. Bryant
OINK'-ATNKAUS JM'_ 1ft IAN. 11LN.IANltAfN.BAYt, >rKAlilfrtfltc Sawyer Sladc Pastor ,
__...., Accurate, ...,.. .... 651.-! a .+rmS s.,................ r-. ...._ ..... a
:l IratoMH*X15euWt. Ilhrrinm.drsa-.LPss. .. .___ Sled- dl.l.300-Ib.c. ..dly.Da- 3Aln.. 0111' d-s. Just -eI....... ..d11. .. M w.dNAsble. '-"" t. .L Owls .. 2 pm I Mill Of flM WbrdWilliam
.Flesh. "thcv" fleshbatteries det .. eerarar cekm.MTALCUCK mop II en hr flessy.iweufflf. .I.ssi kIIlllscs..I. ,aIcIa. 1"011.-. puss. Dldrdtlr. .Iff.fla I II
,Clwpl.wn.'I I-,- pyllrtg .I. used.. .. > '.a "'t"r;'r l) Gas \

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AREA HAMPTON; JoMfbln City News NEWSBy FontaUw :jaIk: ii ihnre" ree I




City Council meets
November 11 at 8 p.m. at the

Hampton The State City Representativefrom Hall. ............;.;.;;;:;:':':;:;:;;;:;:::;:;;::;::::;:;;;;:::-:::.:::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::;::::::::::::::':::;:,:,:,:,:t;;:.;:............ .l : ............................................NNNNNNNe.e..a-e-e-NfiI ------ ------- -

will be the at Employment the City Hall office Wed- .. E D DOLLARSf RETCHIPJcY .- .I..J;_ 'r- <;XjVI > ;;.:.';I
nesday morning, Nov. 12, 1; ml VALUABLE' :i S $ S SAVINGSRIGHT : :
from 10 till noon.
a.m. >>

RecreationWednesday j $ .:i i '.I1 .. .'
afternoon Craft I PROTEIN 21 ,tip $ 00
". Class meets at 2:30 every GUARD'LARGE

, Wednesday crafts ,of foam interest.afternoon.crafts and Anyone other Crocheting i 1 I ?? HAIR SPRAY I' : osu.. Olll.tt* ,-

-
interested is welcome. .. I3.0UNCECAN LIMIT 1 :' .
: :11 1 11 I 5 OL SIZEANTIPERSPIRANT I
The regular meeting of the
Senior Citizens is Friday, Nov. ::1 ..... ...... ::::1*::: e :
the : AunymnDIGEL :::':':':::
7, 7:30: p.m. at Hampton !i 2//

Recreation Center and City 1(1 f' ( -... .:)7// .no 1 1 :: FlI14TIA
Hall.Mr. -r { r N11 IIE n r
.
,
Wilfrid Fon- .
tain celebrated and Mrs. their 41st Q R: 4 DI ,,'t, CHOICE OF: SILVER, POWDER BLUE, SCENTED FORE

Wedding Anniversary in Crescent Y E RD .OOLLgR $TRE1CHIM) E DRY OR UNSCENTED DOUBLE PROTECTION LIMIT TWO
City with Mr. and Mrs. m P : i 4roI

Wm-was Schaub.November Their 4.anniversary 'fj._ r-. ..._ ,

The 4-H club met School at Hampton November }... .. IGELLIQUID s ..... k1WtCr
Elementary :; Mfr
3. The meeting opened .. .. ., 9 NeNeee..N.N..eN. .
:: .: :. .;.,. ;'.. .. ,. .
with the Pledge of Allegianceto :::::: LIQUID :::::::::::;::::: ::: :::: ::::: ... "
the Flag and the 4-H prayer. ::::::: Antl-Ca* ::::::::::::::::: .q;... :: ::: :: :: I
There were 23 members present 1t Antacid :::: 1:1@1: : ::1:: ;: "
Membership ;, ti tiOUNCE \
and cards 3 were leaders.given out to ::::1': 1 Z- MINTORLEMONORANGE :::: m::1:1: _;t::" 1';: ili:.: 1 ::;: 'J.'JJ1

those present. A film was '. LIMIT Ico / j
: ::;;::::::.::::::: :;:; I. ::: I :::::: "IIff.
.
shown of 4-H national events. =ffl::.. r -::-- .:.:.::;::;:.::'..:.::..::.:.:. :.:.:.:. VORIS............. {..:.:. :.:.:.:.::. j

School News :,.,' {7'I 1--- ........... $.. :..:.:..:.:::.:::;:.::;.:::.: I I r I :.'.:: '- .:::.:;:. \ :.:::.:::::: I i', .

The Halloween Carnivalwas \... I -
1 11 1 11111 t
very successful grossingl,080.25. .. :....r.. \. ... Ij : :
rS
.. PTA { ; 'tiff ': '
$meeting the At our treasurer next will i::i s. Cf\.ERD DOU-&I STITCHING lE. :: M" CLAIROL | LAVORIS STAY FREE PRO $ COSMETIC
.. ..
give a complete report. :: I ... : ::i :::::1 f.:: LOVING CARE MOUTHWASH $ MIII.ADS TOOTHPUffS
Winners in the raffle were :;:::" :: ::::: Slactad shades $1 .40.0=.Bottl. Box of 30. $1 4// fCKERDaoo 2i $1/
B.W. Roark, Hampton, the PLUS ':::;:>::' On.application Limit 1 AbM>rbnt. BRUSHES
quarter of beef; J.T. Ford : ::::. $ ::::::::: uza. Limit Limit. HARD OR MED.FOR
Homosassa Springs lube oiland 4'::<::. | IPANA ::ti'ti3: LIMIT FOUR MITTW' 0

grease job; Bob Smith ;:..::..::..:.: 3 ::.:.:.:;:.:.::.:"$.. .,... '."., T:11..-: .- :
Hampton, ice cream churn; !C I ,.-
flower Frank arrangement Williams Hampton; R.L., 11j!! : TOOTHPASTE '11iii .. /' 'l I !;{( -t,
: u" ti
'
MrtN :
Henderson, Gainesville 7-OUNCE, FAMILY SIZE
canned ham; Noelle Silk, ... ...
Gainesville,hair cut& & :::::: LIMIT 2. REG. 79 FOR '- ::::::;::* IF' ;? ... I :- :::: jJ" :::
style
two skating_ tickets. ThechildreD' :: ::: ::.:..:.:.*....::::. II J c- -.nv.-...4h- }$; ::% ..\-- :::::" ,
winners :::::: $.., ::: ; ::: .::::: :
raffle were no. .
:: ...:?.:.. :;: :::. .i
Dolly Murner and Ellen -;;: -- .: .. ", I :;':' ( ) :.:. ..
Mullis. :I'::b J // ::::.t ,.. --- .":::: ::l i *
The children's costume >' __ l %: _

winners dressed were as George: Eddie Wash Lloyd, i1t !.-. .... '.D0LLAa.-0, ..-STRETCHINGi'. .. ... \. :::1 FUCKER S HERBAL $| JERGE-a II'S $ COSTUMEMEN'S ft LAD liS' ,.
ington Bicentennial; most :.::. t- : ::: :::: DISPOSABLE BATH VASELINE JEWELRY HAIRBRUSHES I
horrible Kirk Williams and ;;:: .,. JOHNSON & JOHNSON !J :::::;:::: 1 LOTION 1 Latatt infiihion. ASMHttlMflt tfl I
Brad Russell; prettiest, :::::; :::::::1::::: SHAVER INTENSIVE CARE' 18 02 -2 TYPES R... 41 M.n'.&. Ladiaa Abruihai. Ii
Glenda Mathis;; and most original : :::: $ .::r:::: : FOR ONES 15 Oz. Limit Two LIMIT TWO 1", Limit 2 FOR Rag. 1.00 FOR I
S' Limit 2
Dee Dee Walters. ::::: ae> BABYPOWDER :::+:s.:) LIMIT

Judges Taylor were Kathy Mr.Casey and Mrs.Mrs. 11 i1i1 I'.." I'" 1 1 m11 11 -: l j 1f () ::

Wadsworth and Helen Jacks. 1: 1:' I lull?.. :: =::: :*1: ::1: :;:: : 1' :
Winners in the poster con- ..:..:..: ,,,,/ ...:...... ,.... \ :..:. '.... .. -'
test at school were, Doll .. :.'.:'.:';:.':.':'.:'..;". .'. ::: .. : : r'U
Waters Darla Roberts Brad ::::: 'r ; ::: = : :: : :: p ::::: ) :"j: ; Ir ,

Russell Melissa Williams .:'. .-'- 14 OUNCE, LIMIT TWO r.:1::1*... :t':. ... ..", :;. :::: ftl :.r.:.;.:.' .:.::.::j'j I ::::.; ;:.i_ ,. ii;: ..
1- M
Brenda Curtis. and Sandra ; \ : (: .. m...,m'i... ; ';':: }} :.::.:: ;..; <..1 :;:;:; .f
Friese. ; .. ; .. :;. '.;.::0...;. l'. c .:..:. \ :..: ''. '.'-' 'Y :: I
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We would like to take this ..... .... ',; r ..
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opportunity to say a big : .; :: ::::::%:: :.: : :;.:;: ::::: \...t.LJ. :::; -
"-- : : I. ?: :::.: ::::: ,, < ::
THANK YOU to all of you who ._ .it-; : :::' ? -
helped make this carnival a .. ,, FASHION LADIES' SWEATERS MEN'S SWEATERS MEN'S; MEN'S NYLON <
success. E::::: '.'J ;;::k:':;::: SCARVES Latait colors. Sm., Arsoned.tlei, DRESS SOCKS
Thank :::::: .... .... '-.: :;;!:::::: A.lOrtadatyl.. A$1'- Mad.,& Lara. bonds& lizai. < LONG SLEEVE < Size 10/13. /],
you ::: ::::: & colon. Rag. M. Rag.7.99 Rap 9.99 2/1
:::: ::::::0: $6 8 6 Ra a891 ] ]
Halloween Carnival Committee ;::::::. I I BORNE ::::,::;;y. fi9c sHIRTtSMAKER
::::::: EARTH ::::::::::: LIMIT FOR I
:::::::: .. ::::::: TWO. RE0.7.99
...
ss. ..
.:..:..'::.":. :.::.;.::..:;.:::;:;:: ." :- '..'
School The Hampton PTA would Elementary like to mm 1;:::;: SHAMPOO 1 *j:1:: : a 11.: ;::]. "ft,. ': t'j
f:::::; 8 :::::'::::;:::: :::: ;: ...J ... ::: ---- Ch
extend a big thanks to the 29 aft.. ... : : '. f ,
11 \ .. 4.FLAVORSTO m1 m1 : : C\
businesses and organizationswhose 11@ [ ( -. 12-OUNCE, : it: _
.
donations helped make ::::::::: CHOOSE FROM, LIMIT 1 -' :::::?::::: ''i ::::: :' t : 4. __

success.the school More carnival a than big E11 1111 19 $ '1 1}j1* fJ/1.1" .k: : :m mc -
money ... no -'
: ... .; :: :? / :; : .. /
:
ever was made at the car- ::: :: :0 :, \ .:. :.:.
:' : V17'1. ". -
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nival. Thank you.oaQaE : ;, :;'h:; : :: '" .
::1.::;: .L1t .:..}.::.;.:,:::.:: ;:$,.... .

(! ( aJGJf:5V'aJlTT : lIoo.l iII...ECKRp OOlJ.AR..STRfTCHIM1... .. Vl rToit : .:>'W':;y STYRENE STORAGE CUPID i
t'x 5
::::::: ,, f-:::. I TUMBLERS CHEST $ ,
.
( ( U ::1 111. '" ", ; 9 or Floral dailgnad utility BLANKET ,
J471
t .J LYSOL sU rr:.f 10 0=.tumblar. 2'' chatt. Rag. 1.69 ASSTD. SOLID JIi1:1I
by ;.:::::: ::}:::::: R.-uw or ton Limit COLORS.
WilllamS.llaasVeteraIPServlce : ;::1:1.: f:;: ':s.d!!. .*"i&,, TOILET BOWLCLEANER J away.Rag. 69e FOR REG. 6.99 .

Officer : :::::..: lUlU' ..:1-j...... .z....,,..'.. .. -.
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The State of Florida is celebrating Ii1:1I: ZI
: PLASTIC WARE
November 11, 1975. as ,
Veterans Day. ..
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With the nation's celebration '::?:: I*:OUNCE. "'. 77'' FOR ::::t ;:;C' LAUNDRY 1V4
of its Bicentennial now in r r c': Ciii9 ; LIMIT 2 '_, 1ti1: ,f-:s m BASKET BUSHELt
;
full the observance of '
swing
t "' r :;' : 'iI8" 28 QUART
.
Veterans Day 1975 takes on '' ; 7 ('}o ,WASTEBASKET15QT.PAILDELUXEPAIL
even greater significance than ::: \ : ..' ROUND
that usually associated with r .. .1' : : ,.I $
: ; : i .
this patriotic holiday. :
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Today's veterans symbolizethe Iill.!! !.:, QpLIAR. $T ()n IN .-: JQl) DOOR '.
MAT
E
same willingness displayed s: ., .. .. .. '" HPPOUGHHR AERO WAX 14 QT DISH PAN RECTANGLE
=0;; Aitro Turf doormatlnlarga16" SHAPE
_
by the Minuteman of :::1. C : S $ CLEAN ft $

200 years ago to answer theircountry's #1:1:1:':.': II... I.-w !=... .. MR PLUMBER, Irf 1 x25"IiI..R.1. 3 .*200 BRUSH 3 SHINE 2 3. CHOICE
call to arms to :::::; f k. $ ? 4.49 FINISH REG. FLOOR CARE FOR ,
defend a lofty ideal. Two hun- 1t. ..... ., 'f-.=::: 4.75 IIEG..I..48DZ. REG.jTO, $1 .99 .
;.
Minute-
dred the .
years ago .. DRAIN I .
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: : :;
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took arms and won for
man up
us the foundation of individual 11'; : ,.. Piumoer 2 I.: "' .'. a -
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liberty. ;:;,:;:,::.:: OPENER32.OUNCE "- ( .::; :
Today there are some 26 ":::::,':": J .''::. "" .
million veterans men and "" REG. 8S< .
FOR
women who also have servedour rr.rtir.:: LIMIT 2 :.. ,":::" ,'I'" :.- ij .:. 1i.:' :: .
with honor and : ': ... ;': '::::: : .:.. .' .
country : ;;
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I.::.:: ....Iu : ,:.;:.::. ::.:. : ..
valor. They have met the .....'..... --- .J -:.. I.j i Eft?.. ::.::. ..-' 1fI'Hr.6W,.-.-,-- ".z. :,:::. I ,.
obligation of their citi :..: ::: "
highest ;:: .r ;. ::..:.: : -
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zenship-service In the uniformof '- ;/ / ....c.....; :. ;.: ;:;.:.. :": .
their country In time of war. ,-.., I ::.: :.: \ ::;.:. q' '
To the chapters of history ,,' <<
.. DOLLAR STRETCHIM&AIR .. :
written at Valley Forgeand J PATIO DOOR NOtELCOCOfffH 1.311.LIMIT ONE PATCHWORK NEEDLEPOINT

Yorktown today's veterans :oJ. ',:',;:0--.: .. .' 'SECURITY FRUIT C QUILT SQUARES $ CREWEL KITS
have added their own writtenin ; ;' ::
$ Pack i.
24
"$ colorful
',:', .: $ *t 4"x4".lt. '
thousands of obscure places : : PIN FILTERS 2 CAKE printad tquarat. 50%
throughout the world ":":".:"::..:'. :;: OOOH CAN'T al MHO REO. 1.'. CAPITOL.HAND IN cotton.60%poly.Rag. ;nit IlIItruotl_. S '
Chateau Thierry Belleau ry OWN OR UPTIO Off CFR18 FLOMIN TIN HfO. 1... 1.19 N
Wood. Guadalcanal Omaha .:.,,'..,'.. ... TMACK.BIO 1.M LtonliaPICTURE
:::::: :
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Beach Inchon, Pork Chop ;;1J t 1'1'........ FILTERS I .
Hill the Mekong Delta and j :::: .:..,'.,.,'... 2
the Au Shau Valley.Their courage j,f.;'::: "':,.,',,'..:::. AVAILABLE MOST

sacrifice, their have devotion earned and our their ear : ''': : :::''::'''' POPULAR SIZES, REG. 69' FOR ...:; '

admiration nest respect and, our our heartfelt highest ::i t:.11 p: LIMIT TWO ,\" ''''' .!"!'" .. : You'll think you're seeing double.IOM .

gratitude. j II f-: V7"J; '
TIME
| TWICE THEPRINTS
On this Veterans Day 1975 j TWICE THE!.
we salute all veterans of our r;::ff I C-K SINO A iUUTIFUl INltRCIMENT IN THIS *TT CTWl ......" FLM
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community in appreciation of : GIFT ritMl IT S C I T W T TO NUKI SflCUl
their service in both war and If frf;::: r ... ... .... (0 ll OH TOUR HOLIDAY U5T SMIll AND SHt tTOO" I Cat an extra i s t of prints I Wh.n.. you. pick up your
r EARLY da alop d film
Let's observe this holiday Wy -... ; SHOP H PIIST TIMIS | I with awry roll of and
peace. .' prln'.. buy two roll ofKodacalar
i"A color or black and
reaffirmation of SOMI ITEMS .
with a 3 /Y 5X7 GIFT p
'. .. or black
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pride in America and -'i, y" whit film davclapadand
our __ '. 02 UNITED I .1" ..,. and whit film. far the
ENLARGEMENTWITH
make the occasion truly "A printad
vice.Bicentennial" Salute to Ser- t X ,;, : j .' f F' SUPPLY Mi > TOURMIGAtlVI fl TODAY.AND. IVCRVOAY / regular TODAY prig AND of EVERYDAY an. ,,. ,

As a positive expression of
that..reaffirmation of pride A.

let's see of the America Flag of proudly the UnitedStates displayed l : PEOPLE: TRUST' ECKERD'S FOR: QUALITY

by every household- J ._._._ Y
firm
, and business .
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Sunday: Sunday
-- $ 9:45: ; u.in.: !Morning Worship.
Hum.; Jinnl'I'lIlIlh ground
GLADE
$ f.{ I2iup:: .ni.; llomt'toininii( \ Pro
KIEENEXFACIAL grain\ 1:13: ; p.in., No'; ovi'Minn\
bervivos.Tuesday: .. .
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7.0UNCE. Group 10 u.in.; l.nri-iui Kp-;
41 REG.691 1 1 poison Group uiul Ida Dai'byGroup. "
: UMII2UI.TISSUES 2'i:: () p.t m.;, Lottie Moon
FOR f Group 7:11I::! pm '
t f ( { Wednesday;" l'ul1l1lyilhl:
.f FOR $ I Supper tir:I;> pm; Sunday'
3 School Workers Mtus.\ UA's.
BOX OF 125 2 PLY REG. 4V LIMIT 4 iA'H. Actrerte. World Friends. '
Mission Knends. <6:4t: ; 1 p m.:
Hour' lit .Power." HUM MOMS 1

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Thursday: VisjiUtum. 11:111):: (
$ a.m.: VisitciUwriT\ ? p.llI.Salul'dtf.vr '

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.
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::::: :::::: ::: St. Mark's j/i
Vi ctorsMtWTHOt ::::: :::::: ::::: :.Y t BATHISOAP '' ;
tu<*t* ll t
Ou4cno rcou j 1 111 ry <
0' FOR Church :'
$& *

-Ir Chureh and East J.okon Str..t .
I. ;{11 1 1 1VICTORS k THE REVfclOHN M. !' LYNN. .t

(S PRESTO MODEL H.16 yrVAN WYCK,3Vi QUART 24" PORTABLE ROASTER f$' *
COUGH DROPS SLOW COOKER BRAZIER GRILL { e Thursday November'; 6 i
HEATER PAN 4 :
RD
( .
Dual action I RADIANT FAi I cooker/server Folding metal legi. ; The built-in roast .... .r.a_ TRETCH'PJ(1.' ( n ::1:10!::) p.in.. Junior Choir Practice "
3/I $26 that needs the }: ? 7JO:: Senior Choir
cough dropi. FORCED HEA' never $12 Rustproof chrome- $8 rack covert x ; 1 ; p.m.
Rem 494 BAGS REG 29 99 watching. Reg. plated cooking grid. entire bottom. } :::f. ; Practice.
LIM.IT.3. Limit 1 Reg. 10.49 Reg. 1.29 <, '+ PLANTERS $ l ik Sunday.November 9: Hwam. ::
., Holy, KuclwnstDM5; ; : ;
J :k f:1 :. a.m., Church School: I Ham I ?
.... ..... :.;:::. i1)f) DRY ROASTED Morning Prayer:. 5 p.m., i iJuniol'
PIANTERS EoY.C. Meeting: 6:4ip.m. ( : ;
111j 1 PEANUTS .. Senior E.Y.C, !Meeting.\ .
Monday November Id: 2il:: ( :
:;f: 4jr\ :::1:1: .:: 16-OUNCE BOTTLE p.m., Girl Scout Troop No: 614.Tuesday '"
:Ii1 November : 7:30::
I 1 : REGULAR 1.29 LIMIT 2 pm.. Women of the Church t 1
.Meet in//(.
i I I Wednesday November'; 12:

: ':" .. ... ':811.2'.K:: )"p.m., Brownie- Troop. No. ,I
1-QUART c PRESTOnELECTRIC NORELCO CURLY Q HALF GALLON $ THIN MINTS V' : :
REFRIGERATOR ? MINUTE STYLING PICNIC JUG Deliom chocolate ; (J.J (1E1 IM&a., r
BOTTLE BURGER $ WAND 5" Family size for covered candy I INK LEVEL ,
Sturdy. durable 31, Cooks'! hamburg- 13 With mitt.Reg. 1 0 camping travel etc minti. 7-oz. lize.m I ff iMPfSTCNURCll
plaitlc bottle. g..rlln 1 to 3 12.99 Reg. 1.88 Limit 1,, Reg. 69e },{,:;;} xr
R.g.49t f minutes. Reg. 14.99 LIMITTWO fOR Ht V DUTY fOWIB HEAVY DUTYEVEREADY I Ineerr

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WIRlADt wta
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I BATTERIES, I I ,.' \
"C" OR "D" SIZE .

I + i / edru ri REG. 2 PAK tl.OO LIMIT,2 TWO P #"Sunday WPXE Radio morning lirpadcusl(; BfUSii! j ;; : :;.1-;
PAKS V1235 AND #1250 Sunday moifiiiifi (raining
hour, 1U.OO.: )( : SUrtday morning
Worship Service.; II :MM):
Sunday evening training hour,
2-OUART CAULKING PRESTO ELECTRIC PLANT AND C 6-PACK 1 6IKI:( ): unddy e\'eiiing Warship ,

I REFRIGERATOR COMPOUND.HOTDOGGER GARDEN TRAVELTAINER $ M E RD .Q9tI.AR................. : STRETCH'PJ(1' ( Service 7:181.:( \\or-
BOTTLE 2/1 White caulking in 3/ Cook 1 to 5 hotdogi,*I SPRAYER Foam with vinyl 1 .;}}4Ia;; I = ....... Wldncsda'cninj.. \ I
,
Convenient an 11-ox.cart / electrically in 60 tecondi. 9 covered handle. 6- ship Service 7ao.Paslol' ::!
Plastic 32 oz. CERTRON60 MINUTE .
water bottle.Reg. .. rid 9e Reg. 654 FOR fI.g.10.99 quart size. Reg.79t IC:' ; Hoiiijin AlvaieYouth /:
.89c < Limit 3 Reg. 1.39 S-69 Limit 2 FOR I ,. ..} Pastor Gary' Wheeler. .I
.... ....s. Church!M-B4'l.( !( : Parsonage
} CASSETTETAPES
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'':' 9B4-8B77
Located :8 miles '\M'st. ol /
00 III} Starke on I Hwy UNI.)
1 "The Country Church with
: : the "
: Heavenly Message.
Ii REG :::: .
1.49 PAK OF 3 1111

.;:00.,'. ::1: 1 Obituary'Robert 1
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FORSX-CAMERAS t;: .;:::. WUMdin

POLAROID 09 GAF 126-20 a

I I I i/I/ c frurj, I COLOR Ten pictures FILM per COLOR For all 126 FILM initant- r.',. .' CKERD DOLLAR STRETCHINGNORELC LE j Funeral.services. for Robert
'' D.asdin. 86(; a native of Gl'aham.
pack that develop. !S 5 loading camerai.. 1 20axpoiurei. 59 ; 12 Florida were held Tuesday i
in broad daylight.Reg. Reg. CUP i
In New;
L4i 5.99 Limit 1 ; Oct Uv Fleming ,
Mexico here !Mr"VVuMlm hall
COFFEE lived since 1924.
HOUSEHOLD I !Mr.asdm.. a long-time
ELECTRIC BLANKET
1l MAKER resident of Luna County New; J
Mexico died Oct. 12 at Mimbers I
BRUSH
$2900
100% NYLON BINDING. LUXURIOUS ASSORTED ti :
Drip holdt :: Memorial Hospital following -
COLORS. FULL SIZE,'' DUAL CONTROL. TWIN ASSORTMENT : to 12 ltereoff. glen ::k along illness lie was
SIZE HAS SINGLE CONTROL. holds coffee at perfect tervingtemperature. :::: born in IttHU in Graham.
VEGETABLE BRUSH fz Model No.5135 Florida, the son of the late .,
TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE .. ii
}, ;:t: Regular price 34.99KEYSTONE II.D. and Ellen Wasdin of Gra-
$ ham. J
BRUSH #. ; !Mr. VVusdin is survived by I
} his sister Mrs KquillaKobeits
Rags COLORFUL PLASTIC ZEBC0404 ROD ol Stuike and a ;
12? 1400.WII.IIIOOM to PARSON TABLI79e REEL COMBO vfN 1 .RD stepdaughter. Mary Elizabeth
I6"x16"x16" lUe .S With line. For froth $ '}} TRETCHIM7 (.E r1 Sparks ol Deming!, :1.1\1.:
in assorted color or colt water 2- o Mr.Vasdin married I
:, 8 Reg. 4.99 piece fiberglasi rod. 101 kr Dorothy llanna Sparks in 192:1: ",..:
REG. 897 LIMIT 1' } .% and the following year the

.... ... POCKET couple moved to emingv. ...
$
... ... N M. where they bought a
1:1:1:::[ 11111i: $: farm." After the sale of his 4f
::::::: I "t' ::::::: CAMERA farm in ISHir. !Mr.asdm
+ ,,. ::::::: ':::::: ''' Kit includes Model 101 became owner managerof
PocketMalic
noa. I 300 .
t ,,. ::::;:;,:;: ;}{;; r t: ;, Camera Kodak 110 Color Deming! Ui, Ke and Tractor.
m 1::::: Fllm.M.gicub..Megicub.Ex.. Co ** '
I f. ::;::::;:: :::}:r: ;? ; .,, tender and a Wrist Strap ..., lIe<'il'as chairman of the
',:;, MtNB :;:::1:1::::: :: :}:: :f? '::: Regulerprlca' 16,99 } .Lana. County Commission
from 1U28! to 1932 and later
1 i served on the Water Conser-
1111!
vation Committee. !Mr. Was-
din also managed the Deming
1 V 'INCH {{ ;".. Tomato Cannery from 1931 to
VOW 01
PAR OF M 2.PIECE, FLOATING E-211 ONE-PIECE .
kxvtiy,{,{{vr} ; ': 19J4. During WW II.he was
PLASTICflOATS OPEN DAILY AM til' 9 PM V'
local SMELLED $1 BAIT BUCKET t SUPER ROD <| : :;{ :::{c ; with< the Post Engineers at
TAU 3 HOOKS 6 $1 10-Quart. Sturdy $3 Stemleif iteel guider.* Skfiti{ ., ., SUNDAYS 9 AM TIL 8PM < ;:; Deming Air Base
YOUR CHOICIREQ NEO *119ASSORTED REG 2V plaitic.Withhandle. Super Rod Guaran :::::::;{ ;;:::': {::}{fs: } ;':
'''' '}'" {: : A member of St. Luke'sEpiscopal
}} ,ss'::::{:
+ ; :; ,
359 HAND TIED LIMIT SIX FOR Reg. 4.39 tee. Reg. 11.99 {::;; {'ti ;: :} ;v:: \ Church Mr. Was-

din served on the Bishop's
Committee for many years
and was appointed warden
several times.


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: I I ,State Bicentennial Exhibit :;;r;1



O&YttH _BANKAMERICARO_1 t Booked for County FairArrangements

: have been (Floridians with an opportunity y;
made by the local Bicentennial to become better ," j
Committee to have the acquainted with their local,
HUNTERSOPPORTUNITIES outstanding American Bicentennial state, and national history. .f
GIFT
Florida Exhibition Space Is provided in the
shown during the Bradford exhibit to display local historical
family centers County Fair, March 31 to April items, and the public will
3. be invited to lend articles for

Sponsored by the Bicentennial this purpose.
-

]laJlJJI( (! [!) QnGJaQ and the Commission local Committee of Florida, the three The 8x45-foot exhibition trailers occupies, each
exhibit, housed in three large with its own heating and air
mobile units, will carry out conditioning system for the .
SHOPPING CENTEROpen the three Bicentennial themesof comfort of viewers. The Florida "
to 8 the past, present, and National Guard is In
U Se 301 S. Thurs fivr Starke Fla. future. charge of transporting the
Sun Visitors to the fair will walk exhibit from site to site.
through three freeadmissiontrailer Warren Carver, president of
Marx displays that employ the Bradford County Fair
the most up to date audiovisual Association, said he was

//r;(( 11 ;I.IJtW:L l: TM The PRESTONE story.techniques. to tell the would delighted be that shown the here exhibit and

: '-3 ) I Original BIG c: Financed by the Florida expressed hope that every
t tr" Bankers Association's sale of adult and school child in the
.; ;-I Big Governor's Bicentennial county; would take advantageof
Baby Wheel I II Medallions, the exhibit is this opportunity to learn
ar WHEEL (W" \ touring the entire state in 1975 more about his community,
Alive 2)) and 1976, providing millions of state, and nation.LAWTEY.



The Antifreeze'' : I


I By Elizabeth,
'is 1.0. Terry
By That _.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Butler on Saturday were Mr.
ills I 1 KENNERShe Willi Church of God: Sunday and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, Mr.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser and Mrs. Lea McClellan, M.C.
i II Protects vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Roberts, Mrs. Lillie Morgan,
,oav.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: and Mrs. Flossie Rosier.
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Friends of Mrs. M.C.
j. + Your Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Roberts regret to learn that
1 y y 4.I tatt, !"'(''1hf'"q.qM. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser she is a patient in Bradford
Most stable trike available. Now with steel .E\ vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. County Hospital, Starke.
Really Eats handbrake & carryall saddle bag. Made of '=w Radiator Prayer Meeting Wednesday Col..and Mrs. Wm. Wilson

Blo-molded plastic. Ages 49. ...,;"" "F11EZE 6:30: p.m.Faith visited their brotherinlawand
And Drinks AJrn_ Baptist: Radio Pro- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hal
1 -:::::::" gram over WPXE Starke Hamilton, of Jacksonville, on
: :
Feels Soft Like A : I Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 Sunday.Mr. .
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Russell Mis-
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting cally were hostesses for a
Real -
Baby 99 $1588 /- $ 99 Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Halloween Party last Friday
12Limit Study. night at 6 o'clock. They served
EACH Grace United Methodist: hot dogs, coffee, and punch,
Limit 3 O GallonMcDONALD'S Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship and had a hayride for the
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: young people. All the peopleon
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Carter Road were present.
and United Methodist Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. and family visited their son-
== RIVAL Highland Baptist: Sunday in-law and daughter, Mr. and
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. Randy Hayes, Sunday
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. afternoon.

THE CR1XK PNI.! Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Miss Paula Ann Lock celebrated -
p.m.Northside her 16th birthday witha
FAMILIAR Baptist: Sunday party on Saturday night.
GOLDEN ya, ALL PURPOSE ELECTRIC COOKER'M School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Fourteen of her friends came
S-l-o-w vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and enjoyed the evening with
ARCHES! 0 0 Electric Cooking; In Stonewarep Prayer Meeting Wednesday her. She received many nice
7:30: p.m. gifts. They served sandwiches -

strawberry candy,

l ''I' 1.1 limit 1.hMnr n. Mr. and PERSONALS Mrs. Terry-Futch cake Miss and Erin punch Braswell for dessert.of

and children of Jacksonville I''Tallahassee' spent the weekend
Beach, were Monday evening'. with Ray Wilson.
PUNCH SET dinner guests: of their aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsof
Miss Elizabeth Terry.Mr. .
Jacksonville were Sunday
and Mrs. Barry Watts dinner
guests of their parents

Festive glass punch set includes 8-6 oz.cups, 1- $148820Pc spent mother the, Mrs.weekend Bessie with Watts their, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison

set of sturdy, colorful 6 qt. bowl, 8 plastic cup hangers, and 1 plastic and their brother-in-law and Sr.West Meadows Baptist

plastic. Printed fold-out mat is ladle. So handy for holiday entertaining. sister, Mr.of Crescent and Mrs. G.C. Church Jacksonville, spon-
Stanley, City.
sored a "Spook Trail" at
24"x28".lotsofspaceforthebuilding 3qt.t. genuine stoneware slow-cooker Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Music
$1097J Gospel Park near
landscaped patio,cars $ 77 from:, Rival. Low and high. heat Roberts of Jacksonville Lawtey on Friday night, Oct. ;
and 7 play-people! 3 settings, Heat resistant handles and last visited Saturday Mr. and Mrs.and John attendedthe Tye 31.There were approximately
500 young people present. All
legs. Includes glass cover.Avocado or PTA Halloween Carnival
SET flame. with th.'M'i ....... reported a wonderful time.
;;' ''' Mrs. Alphia Parrish, and
Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Onie Thornton of
liE visited her sister, Mrs. C.E. Auburndale. arrived Wednes-
Strickland of Gainesville, day for a visit with her sister,
LlIIII1ITII Wednesday to Friday. On Mrs. Pierce Crews.
J 4 Wednesday at noon, they Rev Richard Barber and
t attended a Retirement Dinner
son, Chris, of Gainesville and
r I>> t PORTABLE 8TRACKTAPE honoring Mrs. Ruth Led- Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy
I DLN better,who has been there for Parrish, of the State Farm
iNT q NATION AL = PLAYER many years in New Born Nur- visited Mr.. and Mrs. Les

McClellan last Thursday night
Power Sound 8-track cartridge sery.Mrs.. Mae Wells and Miss after church. They served
tape player with 2 Arthurine Blanchard visited refreshments.
speakers, tone control & her sister. Miss Enza Blanchard Mrs.Lillie Morgan and Mrs.
i automatic and Mrs. Thelma! Les McClellan visited Mr. and
program sequen
v Wilson at Baker County Nursing Mrs. Charlie Redding and
i .
t cing. With Sing Along Mike.SPEAKER
Home in Macclenny last
e mother Mrs. Celia Redding of
6 Wednesday. Raiford, on Tuesday.
i $ Sympathy of the community Rev. and Mrs. Leon Sheffield -
#637 ,?,? N650 5688i is extended to the family and of Newberry, were Friday -
'"" N3-6503CENEAaI'ELECTAIC relatives of Cue Dobbs of Rai- overnight guests of their
ford who passed away on uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
#19-626 & Thursday and was buried in J.F. Robertson, and cousin,
Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Edith Swinney. The
GENERAL' ELECTRIC Harold Eunice visited Robertsons' niece, Mrs. Della
her sisters, Mrs. Pansy Sheffield Lawrence, of
Knight, and Mrs. Linnie Fayetteville, Ark., spent the
Harris of Maxville, last weekend with them. Other
Thursday afternoon.Mrs. guests for lunch on Friday
.Truby Wainwright and were Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
) Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Beach and
Mrs. C.K. Cowan,
visited Mrs. Lonnie Futch of of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
n Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Lottie Addison and
\ and Mrs. Harbin
SYSTEM Sidney Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedthe
NsD 4
N8-6330 and Donna of Orlando, spent
Florida State Prison
2 Way air suspension with 8" last weekend with their retired employes annual get-
$ Mr. and Mrs. H.L.
woofer, 3" tweeter. 2 3 48? Barfield.Mr together at the farm of Sheriff

8 TRACK TAPE PLAYER Speakers. 22" x 12" x 8'/4"' 637 N2302. Jenkins. and and Robert Mrs., and Johnny Mr. John Butler Whitehead, Saturday.Mr. ,. near Lake

and Mrs. J.F. Robertson
Slide controls for SPEAKER SYSTEM SCD-1 and Mrs. Avery Green and Mrs. Edith Swinney, of
children, of Callahan, were
balance, tone, and $ 3 Way air suspension with DAZEY"jjff ., r Saturday dinner guests of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. S.L.
Swindell and
family Mr. and
volume. Complete with 5 988 Y their parents, and grand-
Mrs. C.A.
North and
3/10"woofer,3"tweeterS" styling family
speakers. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
$4988 Mr. and Mrs. John
19-626_ midrange. 2 Speakers. 27" x DISPENSERWAND DRYER Anders. family E.C. Campbell Cowan, and and
14" x 10" N650 Chuck Moore and Bob, of Mrs. J.C.
of
Beach Jackson-
STEREO MODULE SYSTEM' For warm,comfortable Curl, marcel, or 600 Watts. 2 Heat Lake City, were Saturday ville, gathered at the home of
dinner of his
CLOCK RADIO. shaves! Buy now! straighten in just settings. Attachments Mr. and guests Mrs. Fred Moore.parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.K.Cowan for
seconds! Sunday dinner to be with the
Great stereo sound! Plays 4, cTi included. Mrs. Andy Harvey of Perry, Robertson's neice, Mrs. Della
AM/FM Full feature with was a guest of her parents,
331/3 and 45 RPM. With $ 088 wake-to-music and alarm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starlingand Sheffield Lawrence, of

stand. Separate controls.8-6330 +,J J EACH J Sleep to music.1'/' Jt> r $1, 8 88 EACH $1577 $6 7 EACH $J588 overnight Friday.;family She guest was Wednesday of her a Friday grand to Prevatt Fayetteville Guests of over Mr.Ark.and the Mrs.weekend Carl

were Rev. and
Limit 1 Limit 1 Limit mother, Mrs. Ola Starling, Mrs. Fonzo
Prevatt
and
and her uncle and aunt, Mr. family,of Starke,
Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Landrumand
and Mrs. Norman.
Larry
'-t: : I. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis family, J.C. Prevatt.'Jr.,
MARK X VISCOUNT -- .- and family and Mrs. Maines Mr. and Mrs. Alan GerUhaw.of .
: .
'r i.i;: :.j"-; Griffis and children of Mrs.Gainesville Dick Thomas and of Mr.Jack and

Palatka, after.,
30.06 Caliber were Sunday sonville.
.30-30 CaliberWINCHESTER noon guests of their mother,
Mr. and Mrs.
.. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Robert Dank-
: -
.
: ? Boch and ley of Vestal. N.Y. were SUn-
Daisy Lynn.
,,, .. .' RIFLE Mrs. Randy Blom and day ther-in-law dinner guests of their bro-
/ and sister Mr. and
Model 94 Nathan have returned home
\ ... Walnut Stock Mrs. Bill Dobbs
.... Bolt Action Closeout Price from Cleveland.Va. Her aunt and family.
.... .WI _. 30-30 Caliber lever action Mrs. Frank Smith., returnedhome Other guests of the Dobbs

Model 2540 88 carbine powerful enough to until with, her and stayed were daughter their Mr.son-in-law and !Mrs.and

138 handle a deer on-the-run. Has $ 8 8 Florida Sunday State morning.Prison Wayne justafson.. of Green
78
.steel barrel with elevated sporting Retired Employees who attended Cove Springs.Mr. .
3 Only Len In Stock: .
and
bch' Mrs.
: rear sight and hooded front EACH the annual get- of G.L. Peterson
Dowling Park were dinner
together at the farm of Sheriff
. John Whitehead near lake guests ol their daughter, and
Non-ln-law. Mr. and !Mra.
ft Kolirrl\ K.: tar lnt Saturday.Page +


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Clinic Opening.. ( Page 1) ,
Water ;
r Lawtey System Completion

r 1 short period of time, predicted educated in England, toured
i board attorney Hal Maines, the hospital Saturday, Nov. 1, Predicted By Christmas' 11
j
adding that the contract provided and seemed anxious to enter
r.n for an acceptable medi- the community facility In other action Monday If..
oy cal staff that remains to be LAWTEY Engineer Ralph diseased oak trees recentlycut
down, and most of the night, the commission:
? seen. Plans are in progress to Eng hopes to make the town a
'. 4L Board members agreed to acquire a temporary provi- Christmas present of an oper- remainder will be used to .-Appro' ed payment\ of
.
arrange a meeting date with sional license for the doctor to ational water system, he told stockpile water meters. $1,051 to -the .Seaboard t
IMHC president Dr. Hargrove allow her to practice until she the City Commission.The There are 158/ residentialand Coastline Railroad for per- -.
Norris this week to explainand may. take the state board only new action on the two commercial custo- mission to Jaywater lines on .:
possibly rectify the discrepancy exam for permanent licensingnext $420,000 water system taken mers signed up, Eng said. Eng the railroad's""right of'way.,. '
between original spring, according to Monday night at the regular urges that new customers who north of town 7
a plans and the present situa- chairman J.D. Griffis. council was to approve exten- plan to sign up do so while the -Declined permission for'' .
\, tion of service down Carter construction company is stillon private citizens to use the city
tion.Plans for opening the clinic Trustees are postponing administrative Road at an estimated cost of the job, when lines can be tractor with front end loader
were presented by Dr. Norristo requests for $4,600 to initially serve five run to the property free of and back hoe attachments.The .
..... the board Oct. 6 to help additional personnel and customers.The charge to the resident. council indicated it needsa ,
defray operational costs until equipment until the outpatient distribution system is 95 James Waters was told that maintenance man who-
the hospital could acquire two operation is satisfactory. per cent complete, Eng, of he would be charged $6 per knows how to properly. "
resident physicians requiredby Sverdrup & Parcels month minimum to have operate the equipment.
management contract to However, the board did Associates, Gainesville, told water lines run to the property --Placed Acting Marshal '
open the 25-bed facility. to fork to the commission. The well and lines of three lots he owns. Charles Carter on 24-hour on- 1.
agree over $245 join
Dr. Norris indicated at the the College of American tank contractor is expectedback Waters was trying to find outif call duty during the absence of 1 I'
time that a family practice Pathologists Proficiency in Lawtey late this it would be cheaper to.do Marshal M.M. Jordan.
physician was readily avail- Testing Program to fulfill a month to complete his work. that or to wait until water is
j ii Ehf : -- able to serve a 30-day periodat state requirement for licen- "Hopefully, we can still needed! on the vacant lots and MiiiesingerEnjoined
the hospital.Trustees sure of the hospital. have a Christmas present for then apply for water. No con-
at the time unani- you," Eng said. nection charges have been set 1
Local Cancer Society Receives Awards mously voted to extend its Because the hospital cannot There is some $40.000 left in by the city yet, however. From
management contract with the loan funds. That must be Residents are asked to
Isaac Kelly" of lrookt"r" receives a certificate of appreciation for outstanding efforts In the 1 IMHC until Dec. 1 to accommodate the now board serve also Medicaid agreed patients to apply, spent before' the town can phone city hall, 782-3454/ Practice In KH
1975 American Cancer Society crusade from local clinic opening to federal receive the $100,000 in grant between 1-3 p.m. each day if
president Lillian agencies to
who
silver!tray! In appreciation' for twelve years of service.Louise Kite also Stump also received a plans. in the Notifica-particI- funds from the )Farmers they need to register com GREEN COVE SPRINGS
the114.0..1 effort. Back row Kay Baillie committee chairman for the received a certificate in Optimism was expressed at pate tion about program. of Home Administration, Eng plaints about work being doneIn An order of final judgmenthas
Miller, treasurer" ; Gladys Thomas and Arlin McKnight also 1976 crusade; Margaret Monday night's meeting that a Medicare patients acceptance has not said. The engineer said his installing the system, been issued in Clay
committee chairmen
for the
upcoming figures show a $12,000 balanceon such ditches left filled in. County Circuit enjoining
yt"ar.lUchard fulltime as
Welly. Crusade
chairman physician been received
,was not available for the photograph. might Hardval said, James 11.
That will optometrist"
the Shuford will
Lucille
project. Clerk
come to Lake Butler within but it is possible that the pay
Minesinger from
the for Carter Road distributionlines such complaints to practice in
month. A pass any
old
32-year hospital administer this
may $1,340 will pay for theSpecial the inspecting engineer and he Keystone Heights.
I Federal Funds Tennis Decision, _Egyptian. woman. physician, service at present. will see the problems are The action was jnitiated by
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: corrected.A Starke optometrist Wayne w.
(From Page 1)) special meeting was set Whiffen after Minesingerbroke

(From rage 1)) east of the United Pentecostal a neighborhood," Bryan said. for this coining, Monday night, off his employment with'
Church between Water and Some lake residents asked a Nov. 10. at 7 p.m. to discuss Whiffen Starke and opeiivrt "
-Voted unanimously to re- Church Streets. commissioners why a employing persons to main- an office three days per week '
instate Carl llaile for a five- -Tabled a motion by Bradford swimming pool was needed in :din the water system and to in Keystone Heights. Whiffenclaimed'
I year term'on the zoning board County Zoning Director the area, when there are so be a city maintenance man. that- Minesinger I
and appoint Mrs. B reward L.M. Gaines that city and many lake facilities for The council figures maintaining breached a contract betweenthe
Capps to replace A.C. county to join together in swimming. the water system is not a two which stipulated if the
Williams, who,resigned from applying for a loan to com- Bullock answered this ques- 4 A full-time job and needs main- joint practice was dissolvedthat &
f the board. Minesinger would not {L
plete a land tenance persons for regular
use plan. tion by stating that several of
a practice within :35
-.Deferred
.ordinances open
-Authorized city chores now going undone
Police Chief the high school coaches had .
miles of Starke for two
proposed 'by commissionerJoe years.In
Jimmy Bowen to work out a expressed their delight of an because part-time help that
the Warren zoning on board house for trailersto consideration plan with the city street olympic-sized swimming pool Youth Service Set At Pine Level can ment operate hard the to find.city equip- between upholding Whiffen the contract and
is
committee to alleviate traffic
constructed in the area. lie Minesinger.-Judge Gordon A.
paration for and adoption.possible pre problems around Bradford said a swimming pool of this This Sunday evening starting at 7 p.m. the young people of the Pine Level Baptist Church w ill The council must still adopt Duncan, Jr. issued a two-year
High School. Among those size the be in charge of the service. water rates for customers out-
would enable possibility injunction which runs from
commissioners-Created a Marc committee Jackson of proposals was a blockade on of the school forming a !Music will be led by Guy Stalnaker, the offertory will be played by Beth Davis, and special side the city. State law allows !March 11, the 'dale
and Joe Warren plus city the street between the swimming team in the future.. selection will be sung by Pine Level's own Sounds of Praise, pictured above. .' the city to charge up to 50 per Minesinger's employment .
attorney George Pierce to Catholic Church and the During the previous zoning The mt"ssage111 be delivered by Youth Pastor Gary Wheeler, kneeling above. The com- cent more than city customersto with Whiffen was dissolved, ;
make lor those outsidethe
school once cars were munity is cordially invited. up Minesinger from
parkedand meeting, Bullock describedthe enjoining
meet with the school board to
..
negotiate usage of the old school was in session. planned facility. as beingan taxes.city not paying utility practice in an area within a :35: }
miles radius of Slarke.
'' (.
armory'on US-301 for high A-frame construction that
school ROTC classes at city Hampton Water.: would contain 2,500 square J
recreation department feet of space. ;
pense.. ex. (From Page I 1)) Clifton told the zoning board
-Approved the installationof time, residents were Issued a that they would attempt to .
a traffic light at t the cornerof warning to boil their water for enhance the property by land- .
Edwards Hoad and US-301. at least ten minutes before scaping and constructing the
Cost to the city for the'light using it for human consumption facility to makean asset out of .'. will be maintainunce only, or to borrow water from ,a large sinkhole on the t ,%'," :
Mayor Commissioner well.someone who has a private property, rather than havingit '.' : : J Jwt

Charles Schaefer said, as the '. remain a liability. .
state would bear installation There has been no Improve- He also explained that he
I ment in daily samples taken and Bullock were reluctant to
costs.Voted 3-1 to uphold zoning by sanitarian Darrell O'Neal, spend a lot of money on blueprints -
I board recommendation that according to Opp. Four of the. until they were sure
(trailer,zoning be denied John six samples taken have they;iwould get the zoning "

l\Iack.R, ,'oYsQme J' .r.a1., '.-. ', "ijiclings received,>i i.only.j contamination; one t.' ohn' which read-' ,d'classification i Fallowing the needtu unanimous) ., .i.V doa1o dF

reported-high level of bacteri.laf 'decision made by zoning coifi-
Lillian 'B. Carter count, Trawick said.. 'missioners on Oct. 28/ disgruntled -
Daily water sampling will and lake''
unhappy
Lillian li. Carter, 65, died continue until the situation is residents filed out of that
Monday, Nov 3, at her homein corrected. .
llailord. Water samples till this time meeting planning to regroup
A Bradford County native, have been good, Trawick said, their forces.
Mrs. Carter was a lifelong although the Hampton water 1
resident system is not chlorinated and of .
of Haiford
where she
wash .... '. ,. .
have t
probable causes not been '
was a grocery store clerk anda BROOKERIN .
.
member of the Raiford determined. \ : ; :' -. tt: '

Baptist Church. ''
Senator's Aide Will BRIEFBy
Surviving are her husband,
Willie Carter; a daughter, Answer QuestionsBo ,
Mary llendricks; one son, Jeannette PrescottHALLOWEEN
)Kdward: D. Carter of Lake Johnson, U.S. Senator
Butler; three sisters, !Mrs. Lawton Chiles' North Florida PARADE
A.L. Crews, Jacksonville, district assistant, will be in WINNERS ANNOUNCEDThe
Mrs. II.M.( Perrin, Green Cove Bradford County next Wed- annual Halloween

Springs, and Mrs. Cecil nesday, November 12, to visit parade and carnival last thinkaboutI
Kilaixi( Orange Park; and with people in the area who Saturday evening was another
eight grandchildren. are experiencing problemswith big success. In the costume
)Funeral services were held federal government contest for the Most Original,
al' 2:30: p.m. Wednesday at agencies. the Prettiest, and the Ugliest,
Hailord Baptist Church with the following winners were
Rev Hugh Walters and Bro. From noon to 1:30: p.m. announced:
Samuel Long conducting. Johnson will be in the County Group preschool( !): Steve I
Burial was in Sapp Cemetery Commissioner's Conference Nipper, Beth Parrish, how much oilyou'reusing.
under direction of Archer Room No. 129 at the Bradford Patricia Castlen.
)Funeral Home, Lake Butler. County Courthouse in Starke. Group 2 (kindergarten and
1st grade) : Greg Hardy,
Audrey Pierce. Kevin

"" Vine Ripe Starling.Group 3 ((2nd and 3rd

grades): Sherri Nipper, Leslie
RuskinTOMATOES Thomas, Vanessa Seawick. ,
Group 4 ((4th and 5th

grades): Cindy Lynn,. Jodie
Drawdy, Bradlee Cox.
,
Appreciation is extended to ,
W. o all who took part in the .

I 29 parade.

4, Lb. SENIOR CITIZENS

COLLEGE PROJECT

College The Santa Board Fe of Trustees Community has We admit, it's not something one often ,,..,,,.,.,.. What are we doing about it?

EGG PLANT 2 FOR 39' set a policy to waive all regis- thinks about. But we do.. For we're '
one thing, building more
tration and lab fees for the Because most of the electricity ""'
Sixty-Plus Club. All persons 60 we nuclear power plants. Nuclear power is the, 'e
and over are invited to learn a generate depends on oil An enormous least
MUSTARDS Sweet new hobby or enjoy participation amount of oil. And we* have to expensive source ofenergy available to
in one of the enrichment --- us today. A dollar's worth of nuclear fuel,, *$
buy that oil at market prices that have
courses.If
lP for example produces the
COLLARDS POTATOES you are 60 or over'andwish tripled since 1972. same* amount of
to participate in this program electricity as $12 worth of oil.

TURNIPS call 372-4127 and let one Fact is, our..fuel oil costs have' Through the use of nuclear generated
19C of our Senior Citizen Staff Soared to over a million dollars .;.
members come to you. They Fuel a day.L power, we saved nearly 14 million barrels of
will explain everything. comprises 59% of bur total oil during the past 12 months (ending in -
65 operating costs. Or to it another $
LB. put p
'
Bunch PERSONALS :, 1 September) representing a fuel cost savings
way, our 74 fuel bill
Mr and Mrs. was more than '
Jack
(; Hodge of more than $161 million.
and children of Lacoochie three times our entire net income. s '
were visiting friends and rela- That's why there's fuel Were also exploring '
tives here last Sunday, includ- a
exotic alternatives for
TANGERINESTANGELOS ing Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pres- adjustment charge on your electric e energy
{,- : cott and Mr and Mrs Irving bill. Your fuel adjustment charge I the future. Such as.solar energy
goes ,i "
Hodge. Tidal
And
49C(Doz. Mrs. Lottie Polk Invites to help pay that million dollar a day,_ fuels. energy. synthetic
everyone 'to a Tupperware fuel bill. We don't
keep
one of
party at the Community that cent \ $4l In short, we're doing all ,? -,
Center Tuesday, Nov.. 11, at 7 money. And frankly, we don't, I i the '
y like ) we can to keep costs of your .
p.m.Sympathy paying that kind of for
is extended to the money. electric bill.down. For now. And ,
59' family of Charlie Fowler in any more than you do. :
Doz.Norman's the loss of their loved one. t. '" / for the,years'ahead.. ; ti

Tbsy bad just moved back to !>;"- .
F
Brooker after living away : ::

Farm from here many years. ? I''I\ t\4
Friends will regret to learn : .r
of the death of Mrs. Bell { ,:::RL:1r. ,
Produce Market Tucker, of Jacksonville. Fun- i :} I 'I. : ,... ,."
eral services were held in Mt. i1J I _
617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 Zion Cemetery in Union .. ..ffl-.i..r. FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANYPeople..serving
County on Thursday, Oct. 30 '!,hI t. : people. I" .
Open Aon Sut at I p.m. She is a cousin. of )fI.1 ,
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\\.1
bey s.
A.E Rasty) Mann. ?

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.. :" \ ..,. ". .. '. '", ,. .', ) ,I Since we have had one prevent insects or foliage
: '' :: ; : ",.' "" ,'.l". .' ';...;..,.:.."It 1 1t .. M : '. ." ... ,","""" "' : 1i:f '_ successful pecan auction and 'diseases from retarding
.
., .. | most folks with pecan trees pbotosynthetlc action,
...' t'i"",. _, .., ; h \ .; ':;';' ,. have some nuts to sell, there Is trough which all functions of
: .
'...... ,, 1r : a lot of interest and talk about the tree are dependent.

_: :, ; --.-. -:'. .'. L-r-\\ .._ ; pecan production. I started
I- .
.. : ; : ,. ... > :3-1.' "7 t' J.r: '1 ..F'i"; : : : my column last week with a IWe should spray alleetles
'
,
,
i ,.. .. .. ; : : : "" discussion of some of the with fungicides to
) .'
j'f .
.
,,,...,..t. ... .. r "" ": ':: ....".. ...,-;..., l.or7 ;-- '" .... .-" I. ......".0 .;.'. :';':"" 1 questions I have been getting leaves as free of
I' '" .
; ; : : I''T'. ; 'iii Mi'" 1 lately. possible. Leaf spot
>J' ., y.- "'. :--"" t '"" -' I: "7ff'h; : :.tj. : ...... ..<;...."" ... and other fungus diseases are
:..:;, ...... __ __ : .,; .,..-..- .".-. This week, I would like to just as damaging as scab and
'It !/ ;I; j .
; ... .... .:. .\r ;;>I.-' ,o'i'.b _. --= '_. ... .. ...... __ 1 discuss four essential prac- attack most all varieties. We
... } """' : !'I'.t .. ..:-v- --:.:: ;( --, .: ..! tices for practical pecan or, should start spraying when
.. .
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'. that
p.r .
was
i chard management
: f.' .. 1.\0.11. ,( i
leaves half
.of ; ; .;" '. are to full size and
'off "i' '
;'. & ,'.: \. .1'' 1: .. ".; ,". '\..,, : ., : ', ; .. ;: offered by a grower in continue Into
.. early Sep
Yw .
.
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C' M. ; ..
\I I..' '. .-.......:."...'140., ii'Ie: : + ,... .. .. "'. .. ,,,.. '... ..,;.' '. .;? """ ::::;;, : ... ;.. : .. "' .Ot III Georgia According a to few this years grower ago. tember. It usually requires
seven to eight sprayings, but if
considered and
there are this schedule of spraying is
carried out to achieve annual
With strawberry acreage In Bradford County dwindling toa favored variety of berry among Bradford growers. Note sun- production. efficiently and effectively
Those Were The Days My Friend low of 30-40 acres, scenes like these are already past history bonnets on two of the women pickers, and straw mulch on the pecan carried out, leaves should
in the once proud industry when Bradford boasted "The berry beds instead of black plastic used today. First, there must be ample remain unblemished and
Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven" Packing shed scene at right shows the big 24-quart crates and consistent supplies of continue to function until frost
We Never End neatly packed and ready for market. The unidentified young water in order for trees to removes them.
( Thought They'd ) Photoat left shows a picking scene at the height of a season man, assuming Napoleon-like post at far right. Is probablythe function and absorb nutrients.

some 60 years ago when Klondikes or Missionaries were the proud owner of the patch. Most of our groves are on very The fourth primary practices
high water table land and so is to reduce the competition -,
far have not required of other plants with!
'f1i Prt1 irrigation. our pecan trees. This is done
'- ---- ,
either by discing or mowing.
editorial . . . Second, if our pecan trees Discing is probably best in
:[ WON'-c have "to worry HOSPITAL PRAISED are to grow faster and bear starting young orchards, but
heavier we must feed them. mowing is a better practice in
Note to Editor: No one knows as yet old bearing orchards. Mowing
abvtJt M& ;''n? -/: .Jsthis specifically what ratios of leaves a smoother and more
A word of thanks to first let
;l Air Out primary or secondary compact surface which is
ng ( Jf.4rI'I./ just load up the people of the community nutrients pecan tree needs. hard to obtain with a
of the Bradford County Neither is it known cultivating practice, and,
0.// Hospital know what a great specifically what amounts of smoothness and compactness
tttht 13lceNcNNI
i The Attic hospital we have. these nutrients a pecan tree lends itself to a more efficient\

Flea MarKet! I//W S+arKe I've lived in 13 miles of it for will utilize. equipment operation of harvesting'
6V4 years and was afraid to Until more is known about
/ use it on account of its size. the plant food needs of pecan
,"-, _* But as of Oct. 10, 1975 my trees we should give all our These four primary prac-
.....------ husband was admitted as a trees a minimum of two tices efficiently used as a j
The announcement of a BicentennialFlea low prices. Besides the chance of a bar ) patient with a terminal pounds per circumferenceinch package deal should produce

Market on December 6 sounds likea gain, there's always the social benefit of disease, and for 18 days as he of 10-10-10 with zinc annual production of pecans
was so sick before the Lord added when we see the need. Simply stated, we know we
great idea, killing three or four birds meeting and mingling with old friends D Ec ry called him home. I've never We can give all the plant food must reduce competition to'

with one stone.In you haven't seen in yearsespecially known a hospital from the at one application in Januaryor our trees of insects, diseases'
those who live along the rural routes of greatest to the least worker,* early February. We also try' and other plants. We know we

the first place, every housewife in the county, or in other communities- ( they do such a great job. He to maintain a pH level near must create a medium with'
the nutrients for the'
was treated like a king and I 6.0. This should be done with necessary
the county no doubt has good intentionsof near and yet so far. as a l1een. It seemed they dolomite to afford the trees tree to utilize them. I'll bee

cleaning out the garage, the attic, and couldn't do enough, and they access to magnesium. happy to discuss your pecan:,
those overstuffed closets "some day" Time was when Saturdays were the treated the family great also. production program at any
and has just been waiting around for the "fun day" of the week for Starke resi- t \ The third practice is to time. Just call or come by our
We all dear assist the tree by spraying to office at your convenience
) are so glad our ,:
necessary inspiration to do the job. The dents as well as visitors and shoppersfrom one had his last days there, for

Bicentennial Flea Market should be just the surrounding area. Entire we truly believe everything

what the doctor ordered to get the job families "came to town" to do a bit of GCLauS possible was done for him. I IT'S FREE!
1
done. shopping; socialize in the barber shops want to say thanks to each and .' ,

and drug stores see a movie, or even listen great every also.one' Dr. Adams was

Not only will the closet-cleaning oper- to a band concert in the days when Mrs. Cue Dobbs Are you Interested In any of the following subjects?

ation provide some much-needed space Starke boasted of a "Cornet Band." and family
Foods Homemaker Food Cost
around the house which be Raiford Fla. Party vs.
,
can put to ,
Those days alas alack Meals In A Minute How To Detect Drug lineage
better use than storing old picture seem gone Editor, Canning Safe Toys For Children
frames and other unused and unwanted forever, but now the opportunity pre- r Bradford Telegraph Freezing Gardening ,4
sents itself to restore some of this past y MIs County Pickling -. -..w Using Small Home Appliances _
fA 'P' e FloriHa--1
articles, but the sale of such unuseditems' .. .. Starke, ; ; _
fun and fellowship.\' Low Calorie Foods j'- Car Know How For Went** '
will also provide'a'n additionalsource .. iRummage After reading an article in InternaUonalFoods Know The Metric System 1

of revenue to help finance Bicen- Put a big ring around December 6 on last week's Bradford County Outdoor Cookery Latter Years, Better Years
tennial projects in Bradford County.A your calendaralso around November Telegraph (week of Oct 31)) Dress Making Techniques Indoor Plant Care
National Stain Removal Beginner Sewing
concerning a
22, Pick-up Day for Bicentennial Flea Guardsman being arrested for Pattern Alterations Sewing For Men
third benefit to be derived from the Market items. Get into the spirit of this an incident he might be In- Making Windows Beautiful Making Lingerie

sale lies in the fact that everyone loves a event and you'll be getting into the spiritof volved in. This individual was Easy Home Accessories Drapery Workshop

Flea Market, where unexpected bargains the Bicentennial itself. See if you Rummage. not on duty at the time of the ReHnlsblng Furniture Re-Upholstering. Chairs,
can be had for often ridiculously don't! incident, and I believe this Storage Planning Weight Off Wisely
Who's Got TK was a slam against all Simple Home RepairsIf
RummagerREMEMBER National Guardsmen and

Guardswomen... you would like to learn more about any of these subjects,
in just one hour,free of charge, here's how:
I feel that if are going to
Curbing ShopliftersWith Saturday Nov. 22 is Pick-up Day for the BIcentennial out the you National Guardin
Flea Market to' be held Saturday, Dec. 6. on the single matters of this nature then 1. First Call: 964-6554 and tell Mrs. Becky Giebeig Brad-
Old Courthouse grounds.! should include all organi- ford County Extension Home Economics Agent that you are
you interested in one or more of these She
subjects. will in turn;
Items may be left at the home of Mrs. Elsie Sanders 344 N. zations. I do not recall readingin choose the 10 most selected subjects to teach next
approach of the Christmas efforts of a store clerk to recover mer- Walnut (phone !964-7344).) and Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, 1400B your newspaper that a year. '

shopping season we will soon be into the chandise that he has probable cause to Old Lawtey Road. (964-6683)! in Starke. Salesman, Mechanic, Doctor, 2. Give her your name and address so that she can send
also believe was stolen. If a suspected shop-' Lawyer, Newspaper Reporteror you a free monthly newsletter announcing the classes.
most festive time of the but
year been
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will assist in the pick-up and Editor, etc. has
one of the most troublesome times for lifter puts up such resistance and is later donors are asked to put articles in a bag marked "Flea Mar- singled out In any of your 3. When the times and places of the classes are announced

our merchants who must cope with the convicted of shoplifting, he could also ket"and place it on their front steps on pick-up day. articles. be sure you reserve a seat for yourself at that class. Due to

increased activities of shoplifters duringthis face an additional year in jail on the Thank you lack of space classes will be taught on a first come first
charge of resisting.The Hampton donors are asked to call Mrs. Alice Faye Waters; serve basis.....Reservations are not a must but do assure
period.But Brooker Miss Kim Hodges; Keystone Heights Miss June Ben C. Holtzendorf a seat. you
Drake; Lawley, Mrs. Lillian Pearson or Mrs. Robert Scott.
this year, merchants will be aided law protects clerks from accusa- (Editor's Note: Mr. Holtzendorfs All classes will be informal, non-credit classes, taught by'
by the Governor's Crime Prevention tions of false arrest by simply being able Items may be taken to the old courthouse by appointmentonly point is well taken. Mrs. Giebeig, a University of Florida Faculty Member and
by calling 964-7150. Your Telegraph editor was Bradford County's Extension Home Economics
edu- to show probable cause. It also allows Agent. All
Committee which has
large-scale
a remiss In allowing the man Extension Programs are available to all people regardless of ,
cation program under way, telling busi- clerks to use physical force to detain Persons wishing to donate baked goods for sale at the Flea arrested to be identified as a race, sex, color, creed or national origin, without cost to the
nessmen how added protection under suspected shoplifters who attempt to Market are asked to bring them on December 6 to the old National Guardsman when individual.

Florida's new shoplifting law will put a flee. courthouse grounds between 8:30 a.m. and noon or deliver to the affiliation had no apparent
in the activities. a member of the Bicentennial Committee on the day before connection with the alleged Workshops requiring attendance at 2 or more 1-hour ses-
crimp shoplifter's sale. incident. Our sincere apologies sions.
Fifty per cent or more of all shoplift. to all National Guardsmen

Like most other categories of crime ing losses each year occur during* the Items suitable for sale include used toys, wigs, costume and Guardswomen.) I,

shoplifting has been steadily increasingin Christmas season with the back-to- jewelry, clothing, pots, pans, dishes, shoes purses, bric-a-
Florida, with 35,206 such incidents school period corning in second. Fifty- brae tools,appliances. or what have you. Now's the time for y
three cent of all shoplifters in Florida that long delayed closet clean-out that you have been putting 3
reported in 1974, involving $983,000 in per off for so long. Kerr r o : \
losses to merchants. These figures com- are under the age of youngsters a

pare with 21,157 thefts of merchandisein who are said to "steal for thrills, to Flea Market proceeds will go to various Bicentennial Com

1971 involving losses of $590,000. impress friends or to rebel against mittee projects, including restoration of the old courthouseand
creation of a county museum. The cooperation of every
society. one Is needed for a successful sale. In Wales, it was believed th,at a girl who walked backwards, on Halloween, to the leeks
Although such figures seem high, the in the garden and placed a 1 knife among them, would see a vision of her future husband
Florida Retail Federation says they are But a growing number of shopliftersnow pick up the knife and throw it into the garden.

just the tip of the iceberg, since most are elderly persons who, caught in ,. ,
p + A.ese.r" F q.r
}
an income crunch in the face of rising
shoplifters are never caught, and those New Guaranty .
inflation steal like food
who are caught quite often are not mostly things V
JLT
and clothing that are essential to everyday Federal
turned over to the police.In living. BuildingCompletion .


order to aid hard.pressed merchants The new law gives merchants some Due

the Governor's committee is good ammunition to use in their losing

preparing a slide program combinedwith battle against shoplifters, but they In Lakef/Butler

pamphlets, posters, and newspaperads cannot benefit unless they know what

to get the word out to merchants the ammunition is, and how to fire it.
Completion of
about provisions of Florida's new shop- Shoplifting should no longer be treated Federal Savings Guaranty& Loan

lifting law that went into effect October lightly as a prank or a smart way to Association's new branch

1. show off. The new law refers to it as office is scheduled for completion ?1xF- er
"retail theft" instead of and late this month at 173 r
,
shoplifting W. Main Street in downtown 11 >k
Among other things, the new law there is nothing smart or funny about a Lake Butler; n'trri'F'u

makes it illegal for shoplifters to resist thief.

B.F.Mizell,Jr., president of'
Guaranty Federal, announcedthat
a grand opening will be
held soon after the new office ,
pRIo4 ggADFORD COGA opens for business to In-
,p 1NE troduce' GF officials and
directors to the Lake Butler

tr4jrap1 community, and afford an Architect's rendering of the new branch office of Guaranty Federal .Savings. A Lean which
opportunity for viewing the will be completed In Lake Butler late this month. ,
0 c new building.

C rs BOB. G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Bakery in Its modified traditional desin'of the Mrs. LaTrelle Hamilton, 01'' worked for both Starke branch
l OW Publisher Designed by Ed Porter of colonial structure. building" Porter said. 1 Brooker, has been named office and the main office in

Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act Trend Corporation, of The 1400 square-foot ,manager of the new branch, Gainesville. '
will be functional .
Clearwater, this latest ad- "The design and 'Will be assisted in the
,
structure will be .
of March 3. 1879. and will enhance the 'a decided -
dition to Guaranty Federal office by Shyrel Crawford and '
.
Subscription rate in trade area* $6 per year: $3.50 six months. will begin on a historical note natural beauty of this fine asset to Lake :'Butler's Ann Benton. Having joined Learning makes.. good man

Outside trade area: 47 per year' : MOO six months. by using red brick from the community by blending the business distridtfthiB. architect Guaranty Federal five yean better, and 'an ill man

Phone 964.6306 __ Starto. Fla. old St Augustine Holsum.' aged red brick motif with the believes., ao, Mrs. Hamilton has ,worse.Thomas Fuller



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EveryDayLowPrice | FOOD t--------FREE .ObituariesIda' GentryMrs.


Ida Mae'Gentry 99,
I died Friday, Oct 31, i hi the
SAVE I Starke Nursing Home after a

FLORIDA PREMIUM. GRADE 10 WITH THIS COUPON lingering Born in Hatcher illness. Station Ga.
on April 8, 1876, she had !lived
OR GEORGIA SHIPPED. FA I
IlrMAXWELL I since 1936 in Lake Geneva
where she was postmaster for
REG OR many years before her retire
FRESHFRYERS ment. She was a member of
SUPERMARKETS@ HOUSE DRIP 1 ,the munity, Keystone Church.Heights Com-

Surviving are three daughters -
Miss Lillian Gentry,,
STARKE Lake Geneva; Mrs. Bert Bus-
bee, Keystone Heights; and
COFFEE
320 SOUTH : Mrs. Mabel Watkins,. Jack-
WALNUT ST. sonville Beach; two grand-
children, and four great

WHOLE 1 LB BAG grandchildren.Funeral services were held
ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD WED NOV 5, at 1 .m. Monday in the Community
C THRU WED, NOV. 12, 1975.QUANTITY RIGHTS I p
9 RESERVED.F I Church with the
2 PER 4 F WITH THIS COUPON. GOOD ONLY AT STARKE'S FOOD pastor, Rev., LeRoy Lewis,
we are pleased to accept STORE WEDNESDAY. NOV. 5 THRU NOV. 12. 1975. officiating. Interment
BAG U.S.D.JL FOOD STAMPCOUPONS 'FAIR COUPON WITH A $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER. followed in Oaklawn Cemetery -
LB PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. fEveryPayLowPrice ,' Jacksonville; with
[ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

411I .. .. .. Home lieu in of charge.In flowers. the family

requested that memorials be

1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice I 2f er Discount Church.Memories made to the of Book the Community of Golden


SAVE SAYE SAVE SAVE Herschel Parker

BEEF 31t BEEF BLADE CUT 21t SMOKED PICNIC STYLE 10 e
TSH TENDER Herschel Parker, 67, of

SIRLOINSTEAK CHUCKROAST PORKSHOULDER SNOWBALLCAULIFLOWER brief afternoon Hampton illness., Oct died 29,Wednesday following a

Funeral services were held
Saturday at the DeWitt. C.
Jones Chapel at Starke and
burial was in Hillcrest Memorial
Park in Gainesville. Rev'
6 TO 8LB R.T. Rudisell officiated.
Mr.,Parker was,born Oct..
U.S. GOVT U.S. GOV T AVG. / 14,1908,InCullman,Alabama.,
WATERADDED LARGE He was a retired produce
INSPECTEDCORN INSPECTEDCORN grower and a member of the
FED LB FED HEAD Hampton Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife
Mrs.Edith Parker; daughtersMrs.

EveryDayLowPrke EweryDayLowPrkc 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 EvcryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice a EveryDayLowPrice SUPER DISCOUNT ville.and Jean Mrs.Misner Doris of Lance Gaines-of

sa" yw NYI sav Ylrl uYl NYI Orlando; father, John Parkerof
LIBBY'11' SENECA 13 GOLDEN GRAINMACARONI 35' TRELLIS 34' HOLIDAY 10Y SWEET AND MELLOW 4' f u. s. NO. i 0 Hampton; brother Dennis

APPLE EARLY JUNE I FRUIT Golden Ripe / I WHITE sisters Parker: Mrs.of Orlando Bernard;Higginsand three

ICMAY: CORN smi WHOM KIMMt SAUCE 6 CHEDDAR.PEAS. I IS CAKE [BANANAS/ / POTATOES both of Mrs.Flint Williams Mich., and Brooks Mrs.


16.Sos CANS, '3/l 49oA39j 7L89C CAN 4/$1 CAN $119 w ,shI5 8 LOOSE LB 8< Jack Ga.; and Courson five grandchildren.of Valdosta,

Charlie Fowler

.
----------- --- ---- ----
( (i----------- ( / Charlie L.Fowler,Sr.,65,of
,1 S (i-----------:1 JBrooker,died at the Bradford
LISTERINE J SENECA 1 County Hospital Tuesday
0SUGAR i iOUfl SAVE FUNNY FACE morning, Oct. 28, following a

I I MOUTHWASH j II: "APPLE SAUCE II .4.4 !II DRINK MIX I sudden Mr. Fowler attack. was born in
: 1.00 I I '
\ t69 Brooker on June 14, 1910 and
BAQ'\'c'' io
I 3201 WITH 79,.c I I CAN eouio 9'I I IILB N T I I 43oz CAN-ANY FLAVOR I had moved from Hampton ton

BOTTLE.. .._eouraN_ ........._ I I I ..... _.'.(.til., __._ I I I .........__r:::..'...'...._._.._....._L_.. 11 WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY MIDI, I' Brooker two months ago. He
I I ._ _. 'a
_. ,_.. ..,."M..9._.._. .L...,. ._. -'L.... "..._. ,""' .L.... .e fro iau .1..ow i'.u. CASH OK Old STORES WED.,NOV S. n was a member of the Dedan
..: .w-- ..
Ie' u.---. I"I -J ":" J IIIIiII W.D.NOV'Ia.7.$'- t *u t TH.J"U Baptist: Church and was a

,-="..__wl _-- __ --'I "..------- ,...-----w w w w w 1'-=,...--------- worker retired for street the City department of Starke.
Survivors include his wife,
COMPARE IVIMVDAV YOU SAVI I COMPARE Dull BVEflVDAV YOU AVe COMPARE OUR'VI ft YD A V YOU SAVI
LOW PHICISI UP TO tOW*>RICISI' UP TO LOW'"''CU' UP TO Helen W. Fowler; three
AGREATGIFT IDEA! daughters: Johanna Fowler
I
VI. IOY'1. MSPECTE1 COIN FED TONELESS INDIVIDUAlLY WMPPEO SUMS MM Kt fM1' PRIDE ASS'T. lot CUP
Beef Round Steak II Mfifl 1 31'1 American Cheese;.m 98* I Yogurt 4//$.1 40'G and Barrett Mrs., both of Norma Jacksonville Jean,
I I f t Certificates and Mrs. Odessa Benton of
II. tOV'T. INSPECTS COM FED UNCLESS IEEF PEELED I OEVEMEI III PM HOOD) IDOl PURE) QUARTS Ridgeville, South Carolina
Chuck Pot RoastII.MVT II $128 3V Cooked Shrimp 99 2' Orange Juice 3/89/ ....... Fowler three ,sons Jr., Kenneth Charlie Paul Lee;

MSPECTEICOMFEIIUOEIH ft A OUICII FROZEN III Ml =SEA Slid HEAT I ur 1 II 'KI I AVAILABLI' ,un, w Fowler and Michael Fowler
l
Beef Chuck Steak II 9 31'1 1,1| Cornish Game Hens II 79 >0' I Fish sticks S.119' 20' I :TORII ALL GIVER a all of: Alex Brooker Fowler; three of Ft.Lau-brothers

MOUND OR PIECES| 2 TO 4 LI PKCS PANTRY PRIDE 1111 PM I SEA STAR I GIFTBnls. 6 derdale, Jake Fowler of Cler-
b1 138 "'i 95P CakesPHI 89' 10' OF FOOD!! mont and Harvey Fowler of
Stew Beef II Sliced Bologna Fish I S.b. .fld Fe.a w a n e.n...Ma xa Starke; sister Mrs. Geraldine
.Ln'ANI IYU I PANTRY PRIDE MM Wl nrtC I FINE usn i, PKA REDEEMABLE,IN ANY OF u oAWtwRDDNVewENAY w uAN Phipps of Tallahassee and

Fresh Ground Beef II 78 11i Skinless Franks ,m :Oleo Quarters 35' 10EveryDayLowPrice I LOCATED STORES FOR DONATIONS HOLIDAYS..,.BIRTHDAYS ANYTIME seven Funeral grandchildren.services were held

I 1 Friday Oct. 28, at 2 p.m. at
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel,
1 LowPrke EveryDayLowPrice Rev.Lacy Conway officiating
Every Day I EveryDayLowPriceROYAL Burial followed at the Dedan
Cemetery near Brooker.,

SAVE SAVE SAVE
PANTRY PRIDE 11 bOt DEL MONTE 340 3E; Allen J.Tucker

Funeral for AllenJ.
services
HUNT'SCATSUP CUT GREEN Tucker, 83, were held
FRUITCOCKTAIL Saturday .m. at DeWittC.
.Jones Chapel followed with
burial at Kingsley Lake
BEANS Cemetery.Rev. .
COLA ", .. Donald Staton officiated -

Mr. Tucker Rt. 1, Starke,
died Thursday Oct. 30, at the
32oz 4 8 PAK Alachua General Hospital
17oz 16oz PLUS DEPOSIT following a short illness.
JAR CAN Born in Ocala on Aug. 27,
CANS 16oz BTL. 1892,Mr Tucker had moved to
Starke from Miami just four
months ago He was a retired
construction worker,an Army
TRAC IICARTRIDGE veteran of WWI and a member -
of the Christian Church.
D Survivors include his wife,
Bertie Mae Tucker; two ions:
G
BLADES James P. Tucker of Mcintosh
and Frank J. 'Tucker of Ft..
PEPSODENT 5 Myers; three daughters, Mrs.
CONTAC I JOHNSON a JOHNSON C Tressie Jordan of Starke, Mrs.
TOOTHPASTE 59'IT ytr STERILE 8 8 Genieve Peloza of Hialeahi
CAPSULES SAVE 2s' S S and Mrs. Ruth
SAVE 30 7osJOHNSON COTTON
tS1. Miami; brothers Jim Tucker
C' .SAVE $119 and Bill Tucker of
A JOHNSON PROTEJN 21 SHAMPOO Arcadia
40 20el. BALLS" ; sisters Mrs. Pansy
BAND-AID TJflAMINICIN Lee of Bradenton Mrs.Bessie
1 (II PLASTIC STRIP STAY FREE 99"f CONOITiONFfl 131 COLO TABLETS Josey and Mrs. Etta Tomlinson -,
f l l MAXI PADS SAVE i SO' 230ct. 3/M of Tallahassee; 18 grand
I: A.. [ONUS l children and five great-grand-

tw ; SAVE 22' OR 70 SAVE 40' 30et. $139 VASELINE HAND 1 LOTION I I ,. 2.M children.
))6OiDATRIL>
FIXODINT STYLE SHAMPOO TABLETS

DENTURE GOLO'II.IT""Y.M."UL VICKS *VB5. Y WIPE & Gun Winner

ADHESIVE SAVES 21JONNSON k
W' ISos DIPS Doesn't Hunt
titJ 2.SOI TUS1
*JOHNSON NYQUIL199
: i'.=.C-r; c COTTON SWABS Bob Metz of Keystone
99 Heights doesn't hunt so what
!.ifS o $199' 9 9"'l is the biggest prize he's ever.
.:' SAVE 66' -
tip .. .: SAVE a0. 27' 200ct. 100z1.. 100ct. SAVE S0 won A shotgun in a drawing, of course.? .
J:
a
Metz was the "lucky"winner
--- ----! ------ ---- of a Ithaca
12-gauge
1i----- ROCKET( (i-----------, (i------ pump gun in the annual drawing
j MEDAL held by.the Two Buck'
SAVE BETTY : SAVE AUNT,JEMIMA '1'1' SAVE AUNT ,JEMIMA II SAVE hunting club. According to
Two Buck member Red''

I 8. Q PICK II I SYRUP 240S i I PANCAUE MIX I | FLOUR1K straight Alvarez, year its the gun the has second been'i

I 40M BOX I I I I :a LB BOX I I PLAIN OR SELF-RISINQ. |" won by a non-hunter. .-

I WITH TMI I COUPON AT NTHY MIDI U CASH WITH OH old THIS STORES. COUPON WED AT,NOV.PANTRY.",THOU MIDI. I I CASH I WITH THIS COUPON. *'PANTY MIDI II WITH THIS. COUPON....AT. PANTRY MMM. I The Two Buck Club,Alvarez
.
.
CASH OR 0/''OII.1/ w/0.NOV...THMU 011 Old, /TONES. W.D..,IIOY. ..THRU CASH 011 o/ STOIII NOV.1 TNHU relates) got Its name because
. wID,110'1.12.1171. II I'" .ID NOV IL.7T: I'" members are charged $2 for, 1
.
AA------J ----------J'
J missed .
'=AL-________ _--' _AL---.a.-=_:. '-=J.V.I *every* deer. ;-x' .'
.
A
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Page 14 TELEGRAPH November. S, It75



-------- L.ltfals ,------.------- Legals
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Community
PERSONAL SERVICE
------------- --- .
rI NOTICE I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
I |" NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I Alfred Underwood hat made j EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
REGISTER
IN AND FOR BRADFORD AND FOR
the Bradford j BRADFORD
Application to
I I COUNTY, FLORIDA. COUNTY FLORIDA. FICTITIOUS NAME News REAMES HEATING SERVICEnow
Board for
County Zoning i j I
I Pursuant to Section 866 09, Is the time to have your
reclassification of the
I below from property RIA |I CASE NO.75-326 File No. 1-2354 Florida Statutes, notice is heaters cleaned and checked,
described i .
I OR ( Case No. 75303CPIN : hereby given that the under By Elizabeth (;. all gas and oil appliances. Ph.
( ) to IOp.nRurall. j "eM Walker
IIRealdantl.1I I HAROLD V. SMITH and MARY signed, desiring to engage in DAA.1- C: 'arbA 11 1C.' i'.*.

Ten).((10)) miles South off Hwy j I I JEANNE SMITH, his wife, RE: ESTATE OF NELLE business name of KELLY under REAL the ESTATE fictitious, NAACP Mass Meeting School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- .

100 to left on S-18 go one (111) j I Plaintiffs, deceased.HAMRICK NOLLMAN, 106 South Myrtle Street, City of Attention one and all! A ship at 11 and 3 p.m.

mile at end of road In Section 12, vs. Starke, Bradford County, mass meeting of the local New Hope Baptist Church ,
Township 8 South Range 22 J I LLOYD E. LOWERY and Florida, Intends to register the NAACP will be held Sunday, Sunday School, 10 a.m. :
East three ((3)) acres more or {: ELIZABETH LOWERY wife NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo said name with the Clerk of the Nov. 9, at 3 p.m. at Allen Morning Worship at 11 with -

less, to allow him to place a [ Defendants. all creditors and all persons Circuit Court of Bradford Chapel AME Church with Rev. Robert Austin as ,

mobile home on the property. J having claims or demands County Florida. Mrs. Eddie Mae Steward, speaker. Evening Worship, 3 ( .
This change In classification i I. J NOTICE OF SUIT against this estate: DATED at Gainesville, Florida, state vice president, as p.m. Rev. L.W. Mosley pastor. ,
I TO QUIET TITLEIN You are notified and requiredby All members and Mt. Morlah and Pleasant
subject toe public hearing to beheld this 7th day of October, A.D. speaker.
on Tuesday November 25, I Section 733.15 Florida 1975. interested citizens are invitedto Grove United Methodist :
I THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Statutes to file any claims and attend. Parish, Rev. Willie Stitt
1975 at 7:30: p.m. In the County ( ) .
Commission room at the Brad-1 FLORIDA: demands which you may have Robert L. Kelly The monthly NAACP meet- pastor. Friday night the Choir :
To: LLOYD E. LOWERY and against the estate of Note Ham- and will ,
attend
ford County Court House at I 10/30 4tchg 11/20 ing will be held November 17 congregation
Interested | ELIZABETH LOWERY, if alive, rick Nollman, in the Circuit Freewill Baptist Church in the Choir Anniversary at ,
which time all
-
\had be heard person for or against the I or if dead, to his or her unknown Court, in and for Bradford ------------ Lawtey. Church of God in Unity.. Sun-

as specified In the | heirs, devisees, legatees or County, County Courthouse, NO11CEOFAPPLICATION day services will be concludedwith
proposal Code of Bradford grantees, and all other persons Starke, Florida, within four FOR Flea MarketIf Church School at Mt.
Zoning or parties claiming by through months from the date of the first TAX DEED you have articles to contribute Moriah.

County. under or against them; and all publication of this notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to the BicentennialFlea Pleasant Grove Church: :

A.R. Kiefer Chairman parties or persons having or Each claim or demand must that W.C. Powell tha holder of Market, please call Eli- Junior Choir Rehearsal, 6 !

Bradford Co. Zoning Board. claiming any right, title or inter- be in writing and must state the the following certificates has zabeth Walker at 964-6833. The pm. Monday. Tiny Tots !
11/6 est In and to the following/ place of residence and post- filed said certificates for a tax Flea Market will be held Rehearsal, 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Itp I.J I described: property situated in office address of the claimant deed to be issued thereon. The Saturday, Dec..' 6, on the old Wednesday night Prayer

.------_____.. Bradford County, Florida: and must be sworn to by the certificate numbers and years of courthouse grounds and all Meeting. Thursday night

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Commence at the Northeast claimant, his agent, or his attorney. issuance, the description of the proceeds will be used for the Bible Study, 8 p.m. Church

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLO. comer of Northwest quarter property, and the names In local Bicentennial program. School, 10 a.m.Ebenezer ( )
RIDA.
(SW'/i) of Section 3, Township sufficient copies of his claim to follows: our Nation's 200th birthday Baptist Churches under pas-

NO: 75-269-CP 6 South, Range 22 East for a enable the Clerk to mail one to Certificate No. 56. torate of Rev. Leroy Davis.

((12346)IN ) point of beginning and run each personal representative. Year of Issuance: 1973. New Bethel services as :: :: ;
thence South 0 degrees 44 minutes DATED this 20th day of Description of Property: #4336 Church News follows: Prayer Meeting and I

RE: ESTATE OF A.J. and 20 seconds East along October, 1975. Lot 6 of Blk 7 Lincoln City, Sec. The True Church of God in Bible Study Wednesday night. 1

THOMAS. Deceased. the Easterly boundary thereof a 36 TWP 6-S, R 22. Unity Elder Sampson White Choir Rehearsal Saturday

distance of 660 feet, to an Iron Betty Jane Boyd and Catharine Name in which assessed: Mae pastor. Prayer Meeting Mon 6:30: p.m. Church School, 9:45:
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll stake on the Southeast comer of Dawkins. as Personal Representatives RobinsonAll day night, 730.. Terry Service am. Baptist at 11:30.: Choir :

creditors of A.J. THOMAS North half of Northwest quarter of the Estate of Nelle of cold property being in each Wednesday night. ,Anniversary, 3 p.m. / :

who died on September (NWK) of Southwest quarter Hamnck Nollman, Deceased. the County of Bradford, State of Friday night, Nov. 7, the Choir Ebenezer services begin

16. 1975 while a resident of (SWK), run thence North 89 10/3O2tchg 11/6 Florida. Anniversary will be held, with with Prayer Meeting and
Bradford County Florida, are degree 8 minute and 20 -------------- Unless such certificate or the public invited to attend. Bible Study Thursday night.

notified that they are required to seconds West along the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF certificates shall be redeemed Church School, 10 a.m. Sunday services terminatewith :

file any claims or demands that Southern boundary of said THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. according to law the property Morning Worship at 11 and 8 Church School, 10 a.m. :
have his Estatein CUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR described in such certificate The Pastor's Anniversarywill
they may against North half distance of 462 feet or pm.First
the Circuit Court for Bradford to a stake; run thence North 0 BRADFORD COUNTY. certificates will be sold to the Born Church of the start November 13 with a

County, Florida, in the Courthouse degrees 44 minutes and 20 CASE NO 75306In highest bidder at the court Living God. Elder S.V. Cohens Musical Talent program. .

,t Starke Florida within seconds West end parallel to the house door on the 25th day of pastor. Prayer Service Tuesday Friday night. Rev. Gainey, :
four calendar months from the Easterly boundary of said North Matter of the Adoption of: November, 1975. night. Terry Service pastor of 1st Baptist Church

date of the first publication of half a distance of 420 feet to a CUFTON LEE OEHLER Dated this 24th day of October Friday night. Sunday is Pastoral Gainesville, and congregationwill

this Notice. Each claim or point; run thence South 89 1975. Day with Church School, render service. Regular
demand must be in writing and degrees 8 minutes 20 seconds NOTICE OF SUIT 10 a.m. and Morning Worshipat services Sunday, Nov. 16, at 11

filed in duplicate and must state East a distance of 160 feet to ToJames: Alston Murdock Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 11. 'a.m. and 3pm. Rev. Johnsonand

the place of residence and post a point; run thence North 0 P.O. Box 1061 By: Beulah M. Moody Mt. Zion AME Church congregation will be in :
Charlotte North Carolina 11/20 Lawtey, Rev. Richard Bethel charge.
office address of the claimant degrees 44 minutes and 20 10/3O4tchg
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat pastor. Church School, 10 a.lI\ Greater Bethlehem
the
and be sworn to by claimant seconds West a distance of 240
his agent or his attorney, or H feet to the Northerly boundaryof L an"L action, for Adoption. has ------ -- Love Feast, 11 a.m. Com Freewill Baptist Church. Rev. : :
wiN become void according to oean iiieo ana u you are an interested -------------- munion Service, 4 p.m. Jasper Williams pastor.
said NW% of SW%; run
party. and are required to Antioch Missionary Baptist Revival services started
law.Dated: September 19, 1975. thence South 89 degrees 8 minutes serve a copy of your written NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Church Rev. Dennis Strong Monday night Nov. 3. and
20 seconds East
a distanceof defenses, if any, to it on FOR pastor. Church School, 10 a.m. continue through Nov.' 14 witha :

/*/ Eva Mae Thomas 302 feet to point of beginning RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney TAX DEED Morning Worship at 11. different minister each

Executrix except any portion thereof lying for Petitioner, whose address is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Evening Service, 8 p.m. night. Sunday School, 9:30: :

Estate of A J.) Thomas within the right-of-way of any 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box that W.C. Powell tha holder of St. Johns Missionary a.m. with lunch served immediately -

Deceased graded road. 9S6. Starke, Florida, 32091 and the following certificates has Baptist Church Rev. Willie after. The pastor and :
11/6 4tchg 11/26 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lie the original with the Clerk of filed said certificates for a tax Huffman pastor. Prayer Band congregation will render services
that an action to quiet title to the meets each 12 for Rev. Campbell in
the above-styled Court on or deed to be issued thereon. The Monday, noon.
above described land has been Prayer and Bible Jacksonville.. At 6 p.m. the
Meeting
before November 17, 1975, certificate numbers and years of
------------- filed against you and you are Women's Home Mission will
Study 6 Wednesday.
otherwise the relief demanded in issuance, the description of the p.m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF required to serve a copy of yourwntten be charge of
Choir Rehearsal 6pm. in services. :
the Petition will be granted and property, and the names in
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL defenses, if any to it, on Thursday. Business Meeting Greater Allen Chapel A.MK! :
which it was assessed
are as
will be deemed
you by the Courtto
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD-- the Plaintiff's attorney, whose follows: Friday Nov. 7. ChurchLvgalm (Church Rev. R.G. Heastie
have waived
FORD COUNTY. name and address is Dudley P.,, any further Inter- Certificate No. 96. pastor1. Prayer Meeting and 1
est this .
in matter.louJWITNESS
'a .Hardy,,. !O. ..,.Drawer! 1030., Year of Issuance: 1971. Class Meeting combined each
.i ) arid .
IN PROBATE Stark, FlOrIda, :c09tranrf file'the my and the I
Tuesday nignU
Sunday
services -
seal of said Court the Description of Property:. .
CASE NO.75-311-CPl-2357)( ) with Clerk on 13th '
original the of the will begin with Church
.::
#4960 00100
day of October, 1975. Beg at SE Cor of
above-styled court on or before SW% of SE/ W 75', N 100', E School at 9:45: and Morning :
In re-: The Estate of I ILA LEE December 5, 1975; otherwise a NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Worship at 11. i
Gilbert S. BrownAs 75', S 100', to Beg. Sec. 20,
ELLIS, deceased. Judgment be entered '
may FOR
TWP 7 S, R-22. :
Clerk! against you for the relief TAX DEED l !
Name in which assessed: Mid
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION demanded In the Complaint.This By: Beulah M. Moody State Homes, Inc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.

Notice shall be publishedonce Deputy Clerk All of said property begin in that W.C. Powell the holder of Household'Hotline. 1 (
TO ALL PERSONS INTER- each week for four consecutive 10/164tchg 11/6 the following certificates, has Itchy.'p.
-------------- the County of Bradford, State of
ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ILA weeks in the Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Florida filed said certificates for a tax .

LEE ELLIS deceased. County Telegraph. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Unless such certificate or deed to be issued thereon. The ...
You will please take notice WITNESS hand and the certificate
my FLORIDA IN AND FOR certificates shall be redeemed numbers and years of
that pursuant to Florida Statutes seal of said Court on October 30,' BRADFORD COUNTY according to law the property issuance, the description of the by Becky
Section 733.212, the un 1975. Glebelg
described in such certificate or property, and the names in
designed VERELDA MYERS CIVIL ACTION certificates will be sold to the which it was assessed are as Your Extension Home J
as Executrix of the Estate of ILA Gilbert Brown follows:
highest bidder at the court
CASE NO. 75-183 ";
LEE ELLIS has OOltmJAJ
deceased Clerk of said Court house,door on the 25th day of Certificate No. 57.
adntted to probate the Last Win By: Virginia F. Darby Year of Issuance: 1973
November, 1975. :
and Testament of ILA LEE In re: The Matter of the Adoption QUESTION: How can I stop
Deputy Clerk Dated this 24th day of October Description of Property: #4383 :
of TAMMY DENISE PAD from chipping when I
ELLIS deceased, and said 11/84tchg 11/26 1975. 1 lot in NW Cor. of Lot 2 of Blk. plaster
Gm hammer nails into the wall to
matter has been assigned File
5 Run E. 1063', SIlO', W
No. 75-311.CP ((1-2357)) by the -------------- Gilbert S. Brown Clerk 105.3, N 110' to POB, Sec. 33 hang pictures? (Mrs. CC.)
NOTICE OF SUIT ANSWER Plaster
Clerk of the Circuit Court in TWP 6 S., R 22. : won'tchip
by: Beulah M. Moody
Bradford County Florida. The NO PROPERTYTo when you pound nails intoit
,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 10/3o4tchg 1120INVITOiONTOBir Name in which assessed:
address of the Executrix is Box THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- : All Interested Parties William F. Rosser if you first place the nails in

64 Rochelle,, Texas 76872, and CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat All of said property being in boiling water for a few I

the name and address of. theExecutrix's BRADFORD COUNTY. an action for adoption has ----- the County of Bradford, State of minutes. W ,
----------
----
bean filed and
: attorney is DUDLEY CASE NO.75221IN against you you Florida. .
P. HARDY P.O. Drawer 1030.Starke are required to serve a copy of Unless such certificate or QUESTION: Why do some

Honda 32001. The date RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ. your written defenses if any to I certificates shall be redeemed zippers pucker in homemade
of the first publication of this BELLWOOD. Husband and it. on the plaintiff's attorney, The Board of County Corn. according to law the property dresses after they've been :
Notice of Administration is BONNIE P. BELLWOOD Wife. whose name and address is missioners of Bradford Countywill described in such certificate washed? (Mrs. J.G.) :
November 6, 1975. and the 1 last GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire receive sealed bids to be certificates will be sold to the or ANSWER: Puckering is a ;
date when claims or objectionsmay opened at 10:00: A.M. in the'
P.O.
NOTICE OF SUIT Attorney at Law, Drawer highest bidder at the court result of fabrics and zippers ,
be presented is March 8, ToBonnie: P. Betwood laID( Starke, Florida 32091. and Bradford County Courthouse on house door on the 25th day of that have not been preshrunk.
1976. 2016 Burgandy Street file the original with the clerk of Monday December 1, 1975 for November 1975. Never construct a garment
All interested persons havingcta.1T'II the above styled court on or the following: without washing and drying :
the New Orleans, Louisiana 1 CHASSISAS Dated this 24th day of October -
objections
or against 21 1975 both the
70116 before November ; 1975. zipper and the fabric
Estate of ILA LEE ELLIS PER THE FOLLOWING
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat otherwise a judgment may be exactly as you intend to wash
deceased must file with the SPECIFICATIONS:
entered against you for the relief and dry the finished garment.
for dissolution Gilbert S. Clerk
an action of Brown
Court within four ((4)) months of 1. GMC-S6000 (Chassis
demanded in the complaint or This treatment will not
has been filed By: Beulah M. only
Moody
the first publication of the Noticeof marriage against Cowl); Chevrolet SE60 but
preshrink, also show
Administration the following: you and you are required to petition. (Chassis Cowl); I I.H.C. 1600 may
WITNESS hand and the other characteristics of
(lal) All claims against the serve a copy of your written my (Chassis Cowl); Dodge S-700 10/30 4tchg 11/20. you
the fabric that
seal of said Court on October 14 want
estate defenses, if any, to it on (Chassis Cowl); Ford F 500 -------------., you may :
(Ibl) Any objection by an interested RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor 1975. (Chassis Cowl). to see before spending your :
time to make that
person that challenges the Petitioner whose address .is 2. Wheelbase 158" (plus or NOTICE OFINTENTION particular
I've
Gilbert S. Brown garment. often decidedto
validity of the Will qualifications' 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box minus 4"1.) FOR
As Clerk of said Court make an entirely different
.
of the personal representative, 995 Starke, Florida. 32091, and 3. G.V.W. 19,000 IDS. TAX DEED
venue or jurisdiction of the file the original with the Clerk of By: Brenda W. Griff is 4. Engine 330 V-B (Imin.l) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN garment with material after I
the Court As Deputy Clerk that W.C. Powell the holder see how washing and drying
Court or any other challenge totl'e above-styled on or 5. Instruments Standard of affects it.,

legality of the proceeding. before November 17, 1975 .. 10/16.4tchg. 11/6______, dash insulation. ,, the following certificates has I i
Dated this 17th day of October otherwise a judgment may be 6. Air Cleaner ;; Dry type. filed said certificates for a tax QUESTION: When :
1975. entered against you for the relief NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 7. Oil Filter 2 qt. deluxe full deed to be issued thereon. The : home
demanded in the Petition. FOR flow. certificate numbers and years of canned foods are over 3 years

VERELDA MYERS WITNESS my hand and the TAX DEED 8 Front Axle 5.000 Ibs issuance, the description of the old. Is it safe to use them?

Executrix of the Estate of seal of said Court on the 13th NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 9. Front Spring 2600-3000: ( property, and the names In (Mrs. B.C.) :

ILA LEE ELUS, deceased. day of October, 1975. that W C. Powell the holder of each; Front and Rear Shock which it. was assessed are as ANSWER: YES but only if :
the following certificates has Absorbers. follows: you know they were properly
11/26
11/6 4tchg filed said certificates for a tax processed (meats and
Qlbert S. BrownAs 10. Rear Axle Single Speed. Certificate No. 119 vegetables -
Clerk of Said Court deed to be issued thereon. The 11. Rear Springs Progressivetype Year of Issuance: 1971 processed in pressure

-- --. By: Beulah M. Moody certificate numbers and years of 6700 7500 Ibs each. Description of Property:: Begat canner fruits, tomatoes and
F.
NOTICE .INTENTIONTO Deputy Clerk issuance, the description of the 12. Tires -Six ((6))7.50 x 20 10 NE Cor of NWM of NWM. pickles processed in boiling
REGISTER 10/l64tchg 11/6 property, and the names in ply Tube Type. Sly 750', W 1000 to Ely R/W of water) and if there is no evidence :

FICTITIOUS NAME -------------- which it was assessed ere as 13. Brakes Service hydraulicwith Co RD. Nwhon Ely R/W to N of spoilage. Because of

follows: vacuum reserve tank with Line of NW'A of NWM! By the age of foods, there likely 10
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Certificate No. 80. warning light. 1280' M/Lto POB, Ex. Lot 150' could be a change in color,

Florida Statutes, notice is hereby NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Year of Issuance: 1971 14. Brake Lining Size Front E&Wby240' N& S being 180' S, texture, flavor, appearance, :
given that the undersigned REGISTERA Description of Property: Lots 14" x 21/2". Rear 15" x 4". of NE Cor of NWI4 of NW!% ft and nutritive value but the
William( O Dodd Box 280. FICTITIOUS NAME 6, 7, of Blk 4 In Lincoln City. 15. Brakes Parking Drum Ex. parcels or 75-461,462,463 food still is safe when processed -,
Starke, Bradford County Sec: 32. Twp.6S, R-22. Seer ...22. .
Pursuant to Section 86608 Type, size 9-1/2" 212"Orscheln 2. -"JWP 8-S. correctly. '
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Florida 32091 doing business Florida Statute, Notice i Is Name in which assessed: Sam type hand lever. Nam n'ich' assessed: ':

under the firm name of hereby given that the undersigned McCutchen. 16. Transmission four ((4)) Joseph A. Welch! Perhaps 'You have asked
"BRADFORD AUTO BROKER" F. Delano Thomas 1404 All of said property being in speed automatic. All of Mid property being In some of these same questionsor :

South 301, Starke, Bradford Re* Street Starke, Florida, the County of Bradford, State of 17. Cooling System heavy the County of Bradford, State of have other questions :

County, Florida 32091, intendsto 32001, doing business! under the Florida. duty permanent ami-freeze Florida. related to home economics. If
register said fictitious name firm name of Thomas Realty, Unless such certificate or 18. Electrical H.D. wire 42 Unless such certificate or so, please contact Mrs. Becky

under the provisions of aforesaid 621 North Walnut Street, certificates shall be redeemed amp alternator 12 volt 70 certificate shall be redeemed Giebeig.. County Extension

statute. Starke. Bradford County, according to law the property battery directional signals amp on according to law ,the/property/ Home Economics Agent, P.O.

William 0. Dodd sole owner. Florida, 32091, Intends to described in such certificate or front 4 way safety flashers described In such certificate or Box 1028, Agriculture Building :

Dated this 14th day of October register said fictitious name certificates \writ be sold to the back up light switch wiring certificate will be sold to the (at the Fair Grounds. ) Starke,

A. D. 1975, lit. Starke. under the provisions of aforesaid highest bidder at the courthouse harness to rear of frame. highest bidder at the courthouse Florida 32091 or call me on
Florida. Statute. door on the 25th day of 19. Steering Power door on the 25th day of weekdays from 8 am to 5 :

10V164tchg 11/6 F. Delano Thomas sole November, 1975. 20. Fuel Tanks 30 gallons ,November 1975. p.m. at. 964-6554. ,
owner. Dated this 24th day of October capacity. Dated this 24th. day of. October .

-------------- Dated this 28th day of October 1975. 21. Electric Horns. 197S. Why doesn't medical science

FOR SALE: Magnifying i gIaa-. A.D. 1975 M Stark, figure some way to make
Clerk our
Gilbert S. Brown, Gilbert S. Brown, dark
Florid Gilbert S.
of all size with handles. At TheOffice Brown ailments as
M. Interesting
Beulah Moody to
Shop. 10/30 4tp 11/20 By: Clerk to Board ByBeuiahM.Moody103O4tcbg :
10/30 4tchg 11/20 W3O2tChg16 11/20 others as they are to us?
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3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra Jimmy Moore's

HOUSES FOR SALEFOR t FOR SALEFOR MULTIPLE large cor. lot in City w/swim- Sun Sports I

t FOR SALE; ) LISTINGS ming conditioning.pool-, -central- -heat & air r MORE YOUR BOAT MONEY FOR TF !.'


SALE: Eleven cows $33,000: 3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A, Real Facts srwlltt! al STARK6.PH9645791COMPLETE
SALE: 3 Bedroom 3 bath, calves, and bulls. First $700 FOR SALE: Storm screen 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Ore Acre lot, 1,656 sq. ft. living l OUTBOARD &
swimming pool. By appointment takes. 964-6743. Itp 11/6 door white aluminum frame; area. 1 Vi miles out of City Limits on Real I STERN DRIVE SERVICE I j
only, 964-8583 storm glass, stationaryscreen. REA .TY .
sliding
--- ---- ----- Handyman special $7,500 of Starke. l
after 6 p.m. 10/30 3tp 11/13 Practically new. Std.. i Estate AND REPAIR

---------....-- FOR corner SALE location: 2 Acres, 4 mi.of W.land of- size. Retail $89; will sacrifice, 4 BR, 2 lots $10,5002BR 176 Acres, Brooker area, some COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
make offer 200 E. Adkins St. ByL REPAIR
,I FOR SALE: 2 BR Home, buy Starke off W. 100. Ph. Jack- tfchg. 1 acre $7,500 planted pines.
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FIBER
'I CUSTOM BUILT
take sonville 388-7204 after 5
$3,000 equity, over mort- p.m. ..
-- --------- House ,
4 BR Frame Fireplace
gage payments at $89.95 1tp 11/6 FOR SALE: 2 year old horse 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, Cecelia Terwillegar GLASS FISHING BOATS
month. Call 964-8153 after 5 -- --------
$100. 4 month old pig $30. paved rd.
p.m. 1tchg 11/6 FOR SALE: Acre homesites with Free dog. 964-5037. 1tp 11/6 SR-100-3 BR $22,000 - -
- -- -- -- well, pump, septic tank, pole, ------------ mobile home sites
1 & 2 acres Long ChampHome
laws
talk about and zoning
of zoning
FOR SALE: By owner. Brick, 3 2 bath V4A $22,500 You hear a lot
1/4 mile south of Starke, FOR SALE: John Deere model H 4 BR, N.W. of Starke Terms.
BR, 2 bath, central A/H, on periodically, but what defines zoning
$1,000 down,owner financed.Ph. tractor, excellent condition. Low Down Payment -- - and
Is effort by a community to establish legal
dead end street. $2,500 and Zoning an
9646191 ltp 11/6 $800 or best offer. Ph. 964- 3 BR Frame house 1 bath, 10(
and businesses that are to
kinds of housing
limits to the
964-8118
take over payments. ,
1tchg 11/6 -- ---- ---- 8087. 11/6 4tp 11/26 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 acres land on paved road. Sev- be built in the various areas of the community. By BuildingMaterials
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-- -- --------- TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a Southgate, 3 BR $26,000 eral out buildings. establishing zones for businesses residents, apart-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom frame week, dozer work and - ments, etc., the community does not become a hodgepodge -

house, living room, dining dragline work. Call 468 1873, UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC. Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 George Roberts Jr of these varying elements. Thus Individuals are -WE BUILD .
room and kitchen. App. 7 Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN Real Estate Broker REQ REAL ESTATE BROKER not forced to live next to stores, which might cause Inconvenience "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
old. Large carport with SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg. Reg. to both the homeowner and the store. ,
years 206 S.Water St. Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 tl YOUR LOT OR OURS"
work room. $15,500.1.4 miles --- ---- - 964-7826 owner. '
West on Hwy. 16. 964-9750 FOR SALE: Diamond needlesfor National FaulknerBrokerIrene AdvertisingPaul Hampton-I'/Si acres $9,200 I The laws are made to protect you, but sometimesyou -FREE'ESTIMATESI! '
1tp 11/6 any stereo, over 247 might not be aware of all that you need to know REMODELING REPAIRS I
have themall. Faulkner-Assoc. i. about the law, or the property that you want to buy. '
------ -- ---- different ones we 964-5065 Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 ADDITIONS .
Dahmer's Discount. Then you need to see the real estate experts. Come by HOMES BOUGHT

FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR, 2 -- --- - Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,600 today for personal service. We are in the business of 'TRADEDACREAGE
bath, C/A & H, CB home on FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, helping you. I
20 acres fenced. Stove, refri- 9x12 Unolcum 898. Also 2 canal lots, $3,300 10 ACRES FOR SALE)
gerator, carpets,drapes, built- 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. 3 Bedroom 2 bath Block Home, PREFERRED PROPERTIESThree 9646853Hwy

in book shelves, 36x40 ft. Hundreds to choose from at 25000.00... 4 canal lots, $7,800 10 Minutes From of the prettiest new homes you'll ever see two
barn, spring fed creek. All in Dahmers Discount tfchg. - the Santa Fe with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths one with 4 bedrooms and 301 S. Starke TFJ !
Bradford County. Ph. 964- -- -- -- 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Block Home, 5 to 6 acre$2,000acreVt tracts on Keystone Heights 2 baths CHBA,fireplaces, spacious floor plans large
River -
8182. 10/23 4tp 11/13 redecorated, $31,000.00m lots within walking distance of Keystone schools,
FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand Acre
- - $.1 ,750 Per
Lake.
MH $5,000 club and Paradise
gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, acre terms country
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r-OR mobile SALE home: 12x64, partially Artcraft fur- 25$49.95.automatic Dahmers guns Discount from, 7 acres in town $18,000 $159 Per Mo. Modern 2 BR home with 23 acres in hay, with 11 mobile 1

home rentals11 pecan trees, barn,and other outbuild Antifreeze Summer
nished or unfurnished. tfchg. 10 acres, :Theresa $12,500 NO LOW LAND ings. Also approx. 3 acres with 11 additional mobile Coolant.$4.23 gal
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Washer dryer air concrete
uccan rentals .flve miles apart-all on Hwy. 16 and Rd. f
home
steps 4300.964 8341 or Mr. FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts WEST C'KNTKAL: '
Mlton 9648673. 1tp 10/23 and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 UIALTI'iC: 225 Owner will finance. Good business opportunity. Antifreeze Without 1
HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. Registered Broker ----- Summer Coolant-S2.2Sgal I ; .\
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C edrsot. Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 in '
Starke, 964 5606. tfchg. 1-37K-2IOK.\nyUme: Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment fldealfor Tractors and
FOR SALE: 1972 Mobile home, rear to live in or rent for income. Price low twenties. Trucks where only freeze!
--- --- -- Kveningst'all! :
2 bedrooms. Fully furnished, REAL ESTATE Garage business with house. on -----, l'roll'c'liol1lsNll'd"dl! I
good condition. $2,950. 964- GARAGE SALE: Clothes toys, US-301 Art Patrayi73IIt9 We have the Dalewood Subdivision to develop .'good
sa'''rNtnrl v. aalnr'.a:: : :
household items it :
name
6773. 1tp 11/6 you building lots at reasonable prices.' See Bob Milner REGISTER OIL CO.
we have it. Street behind Post 3 BR CB home, dining rm. :
- - - sep. 700 foot highway 301 frontage, today! 308 S. Thompson Street
Office in Brooker For information -
FOR SALE: Two bedroom CB call 4851058. completely fenced lot..- $20,000. US-301, 21 acres, terms ----- 111:11IlIe( :: ) 11:20::: iI I
- with central heat a air on
house. Fire place & family $35,000We Attractive CB 3 BR 2 B home
room, 331 N. Myrtle Street. -- - -- 3 BR frame, cent, heat/air, BYRON E. DUCE, a well landscaped corner, lot 100' x 150'. Moments '

Freeman Register .III, 964- FOR SALE: Unusual Rustic fenced cor. lot_ $19,400. have all other type Reg. Ren1 EState 8rbker away from schools & shopping. .- - -t :
clocks and lights. Intriguing - properties listed. Come in and 393 N. Temple Ave. -----
5888.- tlchg------- gifts or for personal use. Call 2 BR frame" $13000""lterms; :.see us. ., Use your imagination *excellent comhnercral\ property' \u I |Well Drilling\ I V.CB L i i2"'Thru
964-6132 for showing. 10/30 .Ulii.:\ _ALBua fty"&r ... 160 A Farm/with 3,300 sq. ft. ,"'w, '
SALE: 4.29 acres, 2 'on 301 In' the''heut.of..L.awtey fihe wtd4 wnpaittt\t.; \ '
FOR beqroom, house Iri' > country.. 2tp-11/6/ 'J,""' \' luiri.'sid'echain: link 'C9:! brfcK homeAsk-about the easy owner }Inanced.. : ,1 .. ., 1JI'I&1' 6"

Completely renovated in last 2 -- -- -- -- fence 10000.' 205 N. Temple(US-301)) financing.. ____:1.n! II' 1 1"" "Fast Rotary ,
- 904/964-6522.468-1642 - with CHftA, 40
Other improvements, Serene privacy Unique, country home
years.paved road. Ph. 964-8436. FOR greenware SALE: Ceramics, used molds disque,, 2 BR frame. $8,400 .terms. 14V4 A. with 3 BR House. acres fenced & cross fenced with 2 car garage 2 ponds I Drilling Equipment ,

10/30 4tp 11/20 21800. 2 wells. 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment negotiable -
supplies, antiques, furniture, 2 Ii acre ;';-odd lots terms. - State Licensed ,
- - -- bottles dishes & carnival FOR SALE: Medium point Owner financed.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, 1 bath - Office Shop 19 cents 3 BR Home, Corner Lot -_---
755 E. Main Street, pens
frame house on 1 acre with 2 glass.Lake Butler, Fla. 10/30 Stchg 12 acres, fenced, well, pole & each $1.80 per dozen. - 54 of the most fertile acres in Bradford County where :
room block building next to 12/18 septic tank $15,000... terms. When buying 6 doz. each 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a anything can be grown 100 loaded pecan trees. A I Pumps I
,. road, all on SR-100. Call John - dozen costs $1.65. Buy 12 business on State Highway. beautiful home site.
- - - very
BR 1 1'A bath double wide MH
3. - -
Bradley 964 5010.10/30 2tchg dozen and the price ----- ,
REGISTER OIL CO. has Seigler on 1 acre $13650. per If own property outside of in and around '
11/6 dozen is 150. Buy our you We have all kinds of lake properties New & Used
.. .00-- _ - and Perfection space heatersin pens and save. The Office county & want to sell,See Us. Keystone and Melrose. If you are interested lust giveus I '
stock now and ready for tAWTEY Hi.78238O6.
immediate installation. See m Shop. 135 W. Call St., Vernle Odom Assoc. a ring! Sales- PartsService, I \
Starke Fla. 32091 Phone
them at 308 S. Thompson St. !. j;writ .aura. wra ,,,*.r. 9646305. 964-5476 964-7700 E-Z TermsPlumbing
LOST AND FOUNDLOST 9645888. 10/30 4tchg 11/20 t
Cecelia T. JTerwiliegar Reg: Real Estate Broker
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Resident Phone 964-5H5 I I I II t
COLORADO: 38 acres $9,7501 tt
: Female Irish Setter, red $95 down $95 monthly, 6% Bob Milner,Associate Resident Phone 964-6026 I t

collar & rabies tag. Needs financing. Level, farming Club EstatesIn I
: beautiful Keystone 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida New Installation t
i ;medication.. 9648455. 1 Up area. Surrounded by OFFICE PHONE .964-7776
'11/6 Rocky Mountains. OWNER Remodeling ,
8063768690. 1tp 11/6
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Ilttttttlal. Repairs ,
FOR SALE: Electric oven, oil

[ FOR SALEFOR heater, sugar cane, gas water Keystone Heightser'r' FOR SALE RADIOS t I Durrance 1 t
heater. Phone 782-3544. Itp i2 Acre Lot with Lake Johnson 123 A t
11/6 Access on Hail Moon La ke RETAILSU9.95SALE t
-- - - $140.00
$3,000 & '
t Pumps Supply
beef for YARD SALE: Clothing & misc.. Zoned Mobile Homes
SALE: Fine quality
freezer. J.R. Wainwright items. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Owner Will Finance After PACE 2300 Prestige I t
your Ph. 9647835 after 7 Saturday, Nov. 8, 5 miles Down Payment RETAIL$219.95 Company
West on Brownlee Road. 1tp. Phone'473.2686 SALE $189,95Terwiilegar t
p.m. tfchg. 11/6 864 N. Temple I .
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FOR heater SALE dog: Bronco box 4 rigged WD radio for, LECITHIN! VINEGARI! B6I! : N I I i" MOBILE TV SERVICE' 206 W.Starke Madison t Starke TRI t
Offer
KELP! Now all four in one Introductory 964.7061
Call
hunting good condition. capsule, ask for VB6+ 964-7200 rl..r.-_ '-'
533-2366. tfchg.-- Mitchells Drugs. Itp 11/6 $.'>OffSer\lceCall:
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- Ue Service: ,\Makes:
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WATSON'SHOUSE OF VACUUMS AMAZING "GRAPEFRUITPilL" Union & Bradford Co.. Olin's Subdivision
with Diadax plan more
convenient than Moderate Priced Homes In A Used Sets for Sale
grapefruits -
Many brands of new available.vacuums. Eat satisfying meals and lose 539.95 Up 1 I I i iI
Used machines
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Parts Expert and Repairs Accessories..all makes.for all 2tp weight.1113GARAGE Mitchell's Drugs. 11/6 Prestigious Area34,9OO Color Stereos Black & White l I rn!

central -- - ----
Built in
vacuums. 964.6679 I I II
vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. SALE:: Saturday & BARGAIN CENTER

Main Gainesville 3767110. Sunday, 6V4 miles south of 301 South i.!! e
Starke on Highway 100. $24,950
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tt------- - Yellow house on left. 1tp 11/6 Per Mo. Water S
,... -- Lots For Rent 25
knives --
FOR SALE: Case pocket -- 'Iz Acre Sewage FurnishedCall
now at Dahmers Discount. YARD SALE: 3 miles west of

tfchg. Starke at W.F. Moss. F. J. Saunders Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. ti
November 7,8. 1tp 11/6 .3Br-1Bath
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FOR' SALE: Cast iron wood FOR SALE: One horse, bridle,
-3 l'12 lath Prices Paid PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT
Floyd 1r-
heaters, 24 & 28 inch at Dah blanket & saddle. 533-2621
mers Discount. 10/2 14tchg Fugatt, Lawtey. SR-125.. Itp
10:23: 4lp 11:13:
11/6 RUCTION
12/31 ... X 9f
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911/
French
FOR SALE: One goat. (
FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, Alpine) buck for breeding BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile Sat. Nov. 22 10 A.M.

Lettering guides. General use purpose. Reasonable price. Select Your Homesite On, The Golf Course Or Near The
and WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING EQUIPMENT
templates Electronic, Elipse Call 964-7066. 1tp 11/6 Sales a Service

Architectural. All for sale at 6305.The --- --........---- Fairway '3,500 to 4,500 With As 'Little Down As Fine Selection Of Used FOR OUR NOVEMBER SALE
.964-
Office Shop. Phone YARD SALE: Sat, Nov. 8, 10 til ; Cars Taken On
------- --- 700 And V{ Cadillac Trades
5. Books, clothing, toys, 50.48 Per Mo. .
FOR SALE: Electric Pencil dishes & chairs. 3 miles west 2001 NW.13 378-S301 Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors,

stock sharpeners- handy, 3 different for home styles or in of Lawtey on SR-225. 1tp $ y GAINESVILLEtf Trucks, Autos, Trailers, ,RV's, Boats

'office. For sale at The Office 11/6
Shop __ ---- -------- Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipmentof

& Davidson All Kinds Now.:

;, Mobile Home ParkIn !

FILL DIRT Sales Agent o p in House City Limits Brine Your' Equipment to the Market Place-


Top Soil *, $30 Per Mos CONVERT SURPLUS. EQUIPMENT. TO, CASHNE. .
Fill Din Walk To New I
L. K. Edwards III
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Sunday Shopping Center 1.CENg FLoRIDA EQUIPMENT SONOED

Ca1l4SI-:1173 ; City, Gas Wafer & Sewer AUCTIONU. '
: &Asso. Inc. Realtor

STEPHEN SMITHSTAR 1P.M....; Toy P.M. On 301 South S. 17 North Greed 'Cove Springs I

-- Jolu Motel
ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. 473-4883 475-2838: JAX. 282-4389 Ph. ((904)284.5911 ar

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Traffic Tickets SASE WET

Being Issued At

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Motorists, beware Traffic
n tickets are being passed out
with fervor, so watch your
i accelerator foot in Bradford

County tickets More,and mostly than Starke.for 200 speeding traffic, I Ip c4 Bc&fc K ad4

were turned in during kthe
week of Oct 20-27, more Man '
twice the average number for OPEN SUNDAY 106Quantity

j a week's time.Bradford I& \ _
clerk's
County

I, office the tickets reported were that for a few illegal of _

d I parking along 301 and a few I. L' .t Ar ?
for failure to carry a validated

drivers violations.Big tickets license were. for, but speed the bulk zone of LL E

time speeder for the Rights!
week was James Steve Cox, Reserved
who clocked in at 100 miles per BEEF PEOy ... ., of WltoItoI.DIXI! STORES ItoIC'
hour (mph) in a 55 mph speed ... + i R
zone. Second and (third places :
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were captured by David Cobb PRICES GOOD NOV. 6-12
Jr at 93 mph and RichardDouglas
Sparks at 92 mph in a
, 55 mph zone. Thrifty Maid Mix or Match Thrifty Maid Mix or Match ll
Four points will be charged / t CAN fNUIT SAVI 33 ;.llMllM.ajKEdI\l ('( ( \
I against the license of high SAVI l c 40 nt CANS TMHIIIY MAID SAVI > 6 <>i AMON < 16-01 CANS .c \

I r, speeders and a $150 bond is TOMATO JUICE COCKTAIL CRANBERRY SAUCE .. -
I COUPON 0000 NOV. .11SUPISSRAND ::=
I required to assure a manda- 29.ot fANS TMIIFTV MAIO 17, 71.01 CAN THRIFTY MAIC ::::: IHIU" O"J =
: tory appearance before the SAVE 33e I6-.I CANS CREAM STT1I 1
traffic court. BARTLETT PEARS GREEN BEANS W. K. CORN ICE .E

l-ll HOS CHACKIN GOOD CAN THKIITT MAIO StCTIONS : :;. r 49 .
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, SAVi I 7t IS-oi. CANS SPINACH O lo-.i CANSGARDEN : -
SENIOR SALTINE CRACKERS GRAPEFRUIT PEAS ..r.i CREAM OANAIILION ;
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TO 01 PKOi CHACKIN GOOD i 01 CANS ASTOK RLUI lAKt 7< FKGS .-
4-01.
CITIZENSOur TOASTER PASTRIES CUT BEANS MACARONI & CHEESE WITH THIS COUPON, GOOD FOR 50Wlm I I'rI

Mix J ...M.....Nn.n./............M.gal..I..LN.b.IO.r.rl....,. <.._tons*r I.It*.r Cn.m.r mUr .

I third quarter pot luck" I Match or I I I 4 I I \ll !.})))):.tlV/Inn))F););),')'limit)I*;)>).il pr)tw;lin;il\\'))1')1)1.M ) 1 *ll .

I well attended and a
lunch was "
great success, thanks to : '. l.l.l l '; l '\ldddd( ( (
House Chairman Jessie .\ ., ,IKEr sue'; \ l
Young, Sophie Fisher, Bernie Thrifty Maid Mix or Match _
Smith, Mary Allen and other SUPERBRAND USDA INSP. GR. "f" -c. :;. COUPON .ODD NOV. ..11
women of our club. SAVI 3Ji I -OI CANS FLA. ALL WHITELARGE DETERGENT HICKORY SWEET
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Tables were decorated with SLICED CARROTS J SLICED
I pyracanthia berries and pinecone EGGS
lilies. The food was of 9 I '
great variety, well prepared, PORK6&CBEANSSAVI I S _:I BACON :.a: ..=...
and seasoned to suit the taste
IO< IO'' i-at CANS CHICKEN NOODIC :1
t of a gourmet.We that charter CREAM OF CHICKIN. OCHICKEN& : WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR SOc I I:1
were sorry ....
member Jessie Bowden was RICE SOUP DEEP SOUTH -:1:: W11NNI AT ADD..nn.UICHAU ON OI'I I.II NICNolyWill I.CI"IDtON 1 ::=-
/ co..11N..01IN,1, IAPIIA/111/ f

unable hoped birthday.to to celebrate attend. We her 91st had / / I MAYONNAISEBLUE j ,i'I')))') )')')MOPS) ););),') ; ):);j:);V) \\v\; \;); '))),')\)' /' .

I Other Happy Birthdayswere l ll

(Macclenny Elinor), and Thursday Lewis : .ILlll( (\ l .(ld( wa KEY ,qY"tl\H\t i\( ,(,

I Smith. .
1-
"':::::
COUPON .OOD NOV. 0.11
Wedding anniversarieswere .
Walter and Peggy I THRIFTY
Richardson. Klinor and Perly BAY
Thurston would have reached ASTORCOFFEE :::?:; MAID '5 69 .

their year. golden( anniversary this CHUNK LIGHTTUNA : SUGAR :: '

P Prospective new members 6' J-OZ.
were Angie and George CAN I WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 40' IWIIN i iAT ==
I Habnrn. We hope they stay INI PUPCNAII OP 1 OICIO IUtlA1 w.' I .
111 OtN. .
and enjoy many years with us. "/ AOOMIftS ON THIS PAOI AND* P UCM Of. t

t Senior Starting Citizens November Informationand 3, the Limit 4 w/$7.SO/ or more purchase excl. tigs. Limit 1 w/$7/ SO or more purchate excl. '
Referral Service Officewill
be open at Pratt Street
Recreation Center, Monday,
I Wednesday, and Friday from USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN '$ W-D BRAND 100% PURE
\1 I a.m. to 12 noon. Any person IN S O-l6.

I \\"i-l-6\11.(KO problem; years! or or questions older may with call a WHOLE A 1% r GROUNDBEEF :PAK:: 7fl


I The Conference on Aging,
held in St. Petersburg Oct. 24-
I 2i.(; was attended by more than FRYERS : .
::100< > delegates from Disabled LIIJ
Veterans National Associa- 6 IB
tion of Retired and Veteran >
LIMIT 2 PLEASE QJ ,
Railway Employees! United :k
Transit Union, Divisions of W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE FULL CUT BONELESS FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED "

Aging.Agencies Community Catholic Charities Service, ROUND STEAK $178 PORK CHOPS $159

pastors of First Baptist lB. 16
Church, plus Congress of ... .
Senior Citizens organizationsof W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS STEAKSDELMONICOS lP., n HQICE'" W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE _

The all Florida.theme of this conference 16. $249U.S ;: % ""' CHUCK ROAST $| 39
t dcalth with problems of :; <
the aged 17 per cent of
Florida's population, as compared
to 10 per cent of all c' ,
other states nationwide.Discussion IMo.l VINT VUE
I was centered on
the:2H!( >th birthday of our coun- REGULARPOTATOES VINE RIPETomatoes
try and its relationship to the
I national and state elections in
lf\76 and proposed legislationfor
the aged, starting in the O l
:lid century of the nation. :
The four resolutions unanimously -
I passed were:
I. National !Health Security
I Act.Kennedy Bill S-3 and Gor H AVfST fRtSMYELLOW HAHVI",! FK1SH

man.housing 2. Low Critlit'hs for cost the!louse elderly.single Bill unit 21. ONIONS 3 ... 59HAHVIS' CUCUMBERS 10 .- 99C

3. Reduction\ of electricptl'
ISHJONATHAN i UliM CIllO *AG
rates.
-Advertising the prices of APPLES 5 9 370Mm
79 CARROTS.
o-glasses in Florida. s. ""'
Further regional I conferences
arc planned for action
before our state legislature W-D RAND USDA CHOICE BEEF -SAVIOeASTOII I '

convenes Our next in April meeting 1976.will beheld All Meat Stew $14' '. 7 + Juice SAN $| 09
Orange
at I p m. on November 11 .. .' .

at the Pratt Street Recreation W-D BRAND FORK SHOULDER
('enter.FIIIS'P.ssF:3l. :: IILV OF GOD Smoked Picnics i ,,99cS: on the Cob :S'69C: '

Attendance of 100 in Sunday ALL Fuvols
School! at the First Assembly
of God Church on Nov. 16 will Chek Drinks 8
100
hit make the pastor roof. Charles Whatley ,, CANS, Coffee Rich . ST;:59C

On the second anniversaryof SAVE ll< CRACKIN
MORTON MACARONI ft CHEESE, MACARONI BEEF OR CHICKEN 4
church his Rev pastorship,.Whatley has of promised the- Fiq Bars 2-77 '
to preach from the roof . . Noodle Dinner 21OO
top of the church during the
worship service if 100 or more
people attend Sunday Schoolat
\10 a.m.Following.
the 11 a.m. wor-
ship service, a gospel sing and
dinner will be held on the 0 0 ,
grounds.\ A
A wt-ck-long revival beginsthe
night) of Nov. 16.

I .FIRST rilKSIlYTKHIANCIICIU'll:

I
North('''''rry Str"tSunday

Morning worship.School, II 9:45: a.m.: a.m.; '- -; '

Guest speaker Mr. Emmett
Douk, Elder at Community
Presbyterian Church, Neptune -
lleuch.

Choir evening.practice, 7:30:: Thursday OPEN SUNDAY" 10-6 (EELILK/LTCG!: [! !) swam(! ( OPEN SUNDAY 1061'uge16

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