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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 13, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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97th Year STARKE.; FLORIDA 15 Cents

17th Issue Thursday, November 13, 1975 Copy


I HERO OF THE MONTHWith (


so much recognition fishing on the dock. Futch, presented his witha
son
being given these days to the Charley, Immediately sizingup banner with all
TV the frills, Board
"bad in the School
guys" papers the situation, got his which reads: QuestionedOn
and radio that when we hear a mother and sisters out of the
story of i one of the "goodguys" house and grabbing towels ran Hero Of The \IjUonth
"For unselfishly
it deserves recognition.Last into the kitchen and beat out removing
his mother and sisters from
Saturday a flash fire
the
fire. Climbing onto the
started in the Mack Futch up our burning home, and at the
home on Kingsley Lake when refrigerator, Charley stoppedthe risk of his own safety and well
fire raced up the wall in the attic.fire from entering the being; Extinguishing the fire

kitchen the stove.from Mrs.burning Futch greaseon ran the It all happened so fast that contents thereby saving from said total home destruc-and Vacation Grant Motive
fire department wasn'tcalled.
from the smoke-filled kitchen tion; My everlasting gratitude -

and called to her son, Charley Charley's father ,Mack dated n-8-75'p signed
Brown Futch 14, 'who was Dad.
Motive behind the granting of three paid holidays to secretaries and administrative assistants by
the Bradford School Board was questioned Monday night by Bradford Education Association
(BEA) President Gladys Thomas.
Questioning whether teachers would have been granted this fringe benefit without fighting "tooth
and nail" over the bargaining table, Mrs. Thomas asked if the board might be trying to discourage
non-instructional personnel from forming their own bargaining units.
There was obvious chagrin on the faces of board members as the BEA president read a prepared
statement urging non-instructional personnel to organize into bargaining units, both "mutually
beneficial" and "inevitable."

Only verbal response to
Mrs. Thomas' statements wasa
request by board chairman
City School Board Rodney Hall that they be read
into official minutes of the
meet tag. The board then voted
5-0 to grant the holidays. /
b ,. Discuss Board members' met pri-
Swapping vately with legal counsel after /
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:
the meeting to discuss
possible ramifications of the

RJE Old ArmoryCity BEA"There statement.might be unfair

labor practices involved. We
just don't know until our law-
of Starke and Bradford building.. yers look into it," said sup "
School Board officials will With a grant from the mtendent Richard Jockel.

soon be sitting down togetherto Department of Housing and Stating that the BE ]
discuss a property swap Urban Development (HUD) "proud to have paved Ih ;
"hopefully beneficial to both the old school might be turned for holidays" for Bradf
agencies, since the school into a community center for month non-instruction ,.I
board appointed a committee recreation medicine, public sonnet, Mrs. Thomas a|
Monday night to promote, a offices, just to name a few that teachers do not beg,
x" "healthy dialogue' on the ideas Warren said. extension of benefits to i
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,. vi matter. Mayor commissioner personnel but quest ioi'
Property in question Includes Charles Schaefer appointed motives behind it,
the RJE school in the commissioners Marc Jackson teacher representative'to
Keno section, owned by the and Joe Warren, along with fight so hard to get
school board, and the ROTC city attorney George Pierce, tainance of the salary
(formerly Armory) building to discuss the matter dule and fringe bcncli1
across from the high school on School board chairman To see ,the same
US-301, owned by the city,, Rodney Hall responded Mon- passed on to other i

The idea was first proposedby day night with the appoint- employees by the bo.
ment of school board
city commissioner Joe mem- such a "casual mr
Warren the Nov. bers Arthur Gaskins and PalISc motive
at 4 meetingof brings quest
the City Council. Starke (! ,. Page/ IIIyeps') mind according to th $

Recreation Director Randall ment. Ml l

Davis of over- Teachers were, gran he.. 4'
.. ... i : ..... *l pe i'iuuIn"defense,: M/. ititicl&tVJil.noted ; ''' :.:t._:, .. thesepaid.bthdsisafthILc(: ; : ,<,_'t
*v* -i -=...,. 1 .t ; Sumttxer's. &nd. to the council thAt the eral! months of negotiating
ns. M. n ?tM h. old armory was being during the summer, shorten-
And; clay's ritd. Laurie Wharton, 18. of Keystone Heights, few' more weeks' of moderately warm weather' but the cold is the high school for ROTC ing the school year from 190 to
pauses at Lake Brooklyn between' two time changes! day to expected to hit the first of December The changing times are, classes and the city was pick- 193 days.
night and summer to winter.' Florida residents still have a inevitable.' ing up the tab for utilities used LeavingChamber Administrators; and other

during these sessions. 12-month employees were
that awarded the same benefits
the
Warren proposed
FOOD FOR THOUGHTLunch property swap would allow Oct 13 through the Adminis-
Procedures Act
trative ,
the school board to operate the
classes within its own expenses John Myers has resigned as denoting the holidays as
while the could executive vice of the Labor Day Christmas and
city president
Program In Dutch AgainTwo designate the KJK school a Starke-Bradford County another national holiday.

"blighted" area in order to Chamber of Commerce. Request for the "same three
apply for urban renewal to the Myers, who served in that paid holidays granted Instruc-
position for 6'a years notifiedthe tional staff through negotiated
months into the school cafeteria employees salaries, board this far into the red In cases where the'recom board of his leaving in a contract" was made by secre-
year and already more than before. mended cut exceeded nine letter to President Bill Glover. taries and administrative
$8,000\ overspent on food services Pat Spengler was alternate also appointed Several cafeteria workers hours, the board mentioned The resignation is effectiveDec. assistants. The board how--
the Bradford School to study at Monday letting one, lunchroom staff .
of the school were present 26. 1975. ever, broadened the base of
Board appointed a committee means getting out of the red. night's meeting to oppose the member go and keeping hours B/i/ The 60-year-old Myers said agreement to non-instruc-
!Monday night to examine lunch program shorter work day, stating that the same for other employees. he's "just retiring for the tional employees who would
means to get the cafeteria "It's hardly'worth a per principals had already Policy of the board in such second time." He was a normally work those days
program to break even. son's time to put in 12-20 years warned them of possible time matters has always been "last retired Navy Captain when he designated as paid holidaysfor
Eddie Douglas, business with the school system only to
hired first fired," Mrs. y took on the Chamber job in instructional and administrative -
manager for the board, was receive periodic salary cuts, cuts.According to the adminis- Spengler said in favor of the I ru September 1969. staff.
appointed to the committee Mrs. Spehgler said. trative study, county schools move. the Kingsley Lake resident In other business the school
after presenting an adminis- Asked if beginning costs lose as much as 27 cents a Should the board decide to said he will stay at his lake board reviewed bids for group
trative. study loss that showed a.77cent could be responsible, commetedthat for the plate. Recommended hour cut time for cafeteria em- .- when he's not traveling. He insurance for school person-
each meal
on overage, Douglas cuts centered on the Vo-Tech ployees, superintendentRichard also said he's going "to take nel. Only two bids were presented -
served in school
cafeterias. the
costs of starting program school as the study advised 15 Jockel suggested thata some courses (he's) been the lowest obviously
recommended Speaking/ against the are always high, but hours be removed from staff standard be set county-wide I. wanting to take for a long Liberty Life but bids were
40-hour cut in the schoolSmokerise
have never put
to business
turned over man-
time. Though he's leaving Myers ager Eddie Douglas for analysis -
['J1.. uaulit glee'' 1 F.' said he the work and proposal at a special
Tennis Club with the Camber. meeting Nov. 25.
"I've enjoyed my relation- School board was obviously
ship with everybody: It's beena jeopardizing its ability to get
\ / real good six years," he insurance at reasonable rates
t 4 by otfering options to personnel -
i Appeal Ruling Due Friday said.A committee composed of the board was told by
Harold Davis Mack Baldwin, John Barton, representing
second-bidder Blue Cross and
John Bradley Jr., Dudley

J Bradford County com- ock and Bill Clifton said it was The proposed facility wouldnot Hardy John Myers,Moore Elzie Club"The Shield. has been split
group
missioners will vote tomorrow their intention to harm the have tennis courts an Sanders, 'Jimmy into a poor risk for insurance
Warren Carver, George
afternoon Nov. 14)) area surrounding the site or
(Friday on olympic-sized swimming pool and council companies by offering a pick
whether to accept the zoning anywhere else in the com- and an A-frame clubhouse Hampton water supplier Arthur Bruno displays the water Roberts member have one been city named to and choose situation. The
board's recommendation to munity. They also squelched complete with game rooms. chlorination system! mandated by the Department of Environmental find for Myers.. essence of group insurance Is
allow construction of a tennis accusations that they already Cost for the project is Regulations! to clean up the town's contaminated a replacement to spread the risk" Barton
TONIGHT club facility in Keystone had a membership list. estimated at $0.000. water Besides Myers' resignation said. He later told the Tele-.

Hampton!!.Council. !1 1II Heights. the board accepted one from graph! that any company to
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p.m., ciiy Hall The county commission has Gerald Williams, who has insure school
final say in zoning matters. Chlorinator Is Installed Hampton Water Systemafter been transferred out of state. under present specifications
B.U.A.R.C., Inc. 'The board will vote on the Charles Flynn was elected to would do so at a loss.

Meeting project at 2 p.m. Following a state directive, the Department of Envcontamination inater taken by the Bradford Health take Williams' place. New bids on insurance were
7:30p.m. Hampton water system owner ironmental Regulations samples taken from the area. Department since Saturday Other election action included called however, due to one .
e Bradford School Bd. Only a sprinkling of Key- approval of a slate of in the insurance-
Bldg. and operator Arthur Bruno (DER discovered bacterial Although water samples when the chlorinator was specification
----- 'stone residents showed at the has installed a chlorinator to installed have not been candidates for choosing six that no increases be made
NOV.14RUMMAGE commission meeting Nov. 3 to i solve contamination problemsin returned with analysis new governors to the board. without 90 days notice.
SALE urge the board to refuse the the water supply.Chlorination 2 Seated At RaifordRAIFLRD reports. Bruno says that the They will serve threeyearterms Liberty Life had not lived up
'a.m..3p.m.. .'zoning office's proposal. Some will mean' required amount of chlorine is beginning Feb. 1, 1976. to its promise to do this in the
Call' Street, next to 40 citizens were at the zoning additional costs to the 135 now in the water and people Those on the ballot are Marty past by slapping the board
Stan's Bootery board meeting to object to the water users in the village. The city council, Green and J.D. Griff. Griffis may use it. Barry, John Bradley Jr., with a 41 percent increase
Sponsored by plan. Their leader. H.A. Bruno said. At this time, $1.50 here reappointed two officials replaced E.H. Wallace as bfficia'lrelease' Hazel Hardy, Roger Jones, without notice, according to
'c' Hospital Aux. Heaves was not there. He told has been added previous swore in two new councilmenand of the boil- Wayne Kinney, Ken Platt Jim board member Pat Spengler.,
mayor notice has .
Ing not been
the he had yet Ed
developers Poole Walther Ripke,
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of $3.48 for the first the local
charges granted garbage
made., in the processof
Nov. 15 changed his mind after he Richard E. Welty was Ripplinger, Dolly Simpson Delay
5,000 gallons consumed, and 30 collector a hike.
BAKE SALE heard both sides of the issue.. percent will be added to fur Jimmy Neal pay Thornton and retained as the council's attorney The 'chlorinator now 'installed Paul Stegall and Joe claims board drew other members complaintsfrom who

9:3<....m. 'Area residents complainthat ther water use. Donald S. "Sid" Taylor were and Kathryn Alvarezwas is borrowed Bruno Williams cited situations in excess of
In front of the facility will not bene-- Hampton residents were put sworn in as new council mem- renamed to her clerk said. Purchase of a system Balloting will be completedby six months. A local
Stan's. _Bootery fit the entire community that on notice Oct. 31 to boil water bers. These two lake the seatsof ''position. Welty took over the chlorinator will cost $700- 5 p.m., Nov. 28. tative to handle claims represen-and
only a few would be able to before human consumption former councilmen Lamar attorney job January 1973 $1,000, he said. In other action, the board administration was intro-
CAR WASH ,when Gene Shaw quit. Mrs. asked Myers to write to local
join the private club. The duced to the board by Liberty
Bill Opp of the DER said
':30a.m. Alvarez has been the clerk representatives requesting
Bradford Plaza future opposition attempts also voiced at securing fear of a 9 Qualify For Laivtey City Posts since the town began in 1971 that low ground water water pressureallo..ed to infil- they introduce legislation business that White Life representative in encouraging Gilmer acceptance -
Both would state
sponsored by license for the estab- bring '
liquor bid.
of the
Ith Grade Class residents Shuford is for 'The council unanimously trate distribution pipes causing and industry inspectionsunder' company's
unopposed
lishment._ Zoning Board Nine Lawtey mer the contamination. Water In other action Monday
-,---- Director L.M. Gaines told the declared hopes of attaining a city clerk's position. agreed to pay, Mr. and Mrs. taken directly from the welt federal Occupational night the board: \
Nov,17 groups however,at the zoning city position by the time quali- Group one candidates for Elbert Thornton an additional has always been reported safe Safety and Health Adminis- -Turned bids on masonry
Elks Elkettes S30 per month to pick up garbage tration (OSHA) standards.
that the closed at Wednes- middle school
meeting developers fying noon
equipment
commission seats are Marvin for drinking. Opp said that the
Supper 7 in the Since the Rai- Also at the meeting -
p.m. would have to get' a zoning day and the election will be Rosier and Nelle B. Harley, city problem has been discussed members chairs food service items
Meeting!p.m. ''change in order. to introduce held Dec 2, according to ford dump'has been closed discussed discontinuingthe band musical instrument and i
wife of Sumpter Harley; with Bruno for several
'c.......,ot' .liquor. Lawtey City Clerk Lucille the c Thorntons who operatethe months. calf scramble, since it did welding supplies to evaluation
Shuford. Robert Scott and Robert Lee city's garbage collection, not generate a* much interestas committee for J tabulation of
Gtyr; ((Community Residents of the Smokerise Seeking the position of town will be vying for group three i have to travel about 25 miles Water pressure has nothingto in previous yean. No action costs and recommendation to
:Subdivision near where the :marshal for the upcomingyear commission positions and per trip more to the new land- do with recent contamination was taken on the suggestion be supplied at a special meeting -
);hth"l nk, club will be built argue that are Edward Brooker, Jr. Barbara Jordan 'will fill.. Thornton estimated he, reports, Bruno says ,, but other community Nov 25. f: t V.jtUnanimously' ".
AccaimH Maw.Inturvtf Up. ,'they want the area"to -remain and Harold (Rudy) Higgin- challenge former councilman will; be traveling about 200 although the water checks: out affairs will be looked Into a* a voted to
Ts...._wp.e..t 'zoned residential. botham. Hiram W. (Buster) Bennett more miles a month In order differently depending on its possible replacement for the. ... ,. ,
.... tike Page ill
Depedt Imuranct Cor '
mutual event.
Both developers C.B. Bull- Incumbent Lucille Plum- .t;for,group five representation.: to get to the landfill. location. t

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To Hold Rummage'Sale Honor Rev.-Mrs.
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!I FridayThe James Starling


f Bradford County h Rev. and Mrs. James E.
Hospital Auxiliary will hold a Starling were honored at a
rummage sale Friday, Nov. ..""- surprise reception Sunday
.J 14, from 9 a m. to 3 p,m. in the evening, Nov. 2, following
former barber shop on E:Call church service in the
street next to Stan's Bootery. t uI4ii recreation hall of the Graham

I \;; : 1 ,. Baptist Church.
w:, -luert The affair celebrated the

Planting A Bicentennial TreeThe Junior WomenPlanning been second with year the Rev.church.Starling has

U.S. Marine Corps is rooting for America with a Bicentennial Tree Planting Program to Harvest The refreshment table was
I celebrate the 2041th birthday of the Marine Corps which was Monday, Nov. 10, and in honor of covered with a red checkered
cloth and centered with
the nation's Bicentennial on July 4. 1976. Dinner Nov. 20 large sheet cake decorated in a
In honor of both birthdays, the Marines both reserves and regulars, are planting trees on 4; pink and green.. Serving the
school sites around the country. Staff Sgt. V.L. Louthan Gainesville and Major Charles Hall The Junior Woman's Club ,1t M/ } cake were Mrs. Albert Sparks
assistant principal at Bradford High School, along with volunteer students, plant a dogwood will hold its annual Harvest and Mrs. Tom LeFevers.
!, tree on the BUS front lawn. Trees were also planted Monday by Sgt. Louthan at Orange Park dinner Thursday Nov. 20, at 7 Presiding at the punch bowl
High. Keystone Heights High Ribault High in Jacksonville,and Clay High. p.m. at the clubhouse.The was Miss Barbara LeFevers.
Another tree will be planted on each campus next year on July. Fabric clothing patches turkey dinner will be
i were presented to each student volunteer participating in the progra followed by a variety show .
including the showing of a ThanksgivingProgram
portion of the upcoming stage The deck of the Terwillegar home was the focal point of most of the mornings activities

I !Mrs. G,H. Bennett had as !Mr and Mrs. Charles Jones Mr.and Mrs. Ardel Brannen show "Oklahoma" presentedby while others chatted under the umbrellas.TerwiHegar. GivenAt
Sunday visitors, her soninof Atlanta and Mrs. Jane of Jacksonville were Sunday Richard Jockel and cast for I
\ law and daughter. !Mr and McClurewereweekendguests visitors of Mr.> and Mrs. the senior Woman's Club in Lake Home Is SceneOf UDC MeetingThe
r !Mrs. Randolph Voree of Jackof Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Car Raleigh Brannen at Bedford January.

i! sonville. ver. Lake.Where program Tickets for'the may be dinner obtained'and Ga.-Fla. Pre-Game Brunch W.T. Weeks Chapter

from club members: adults Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Edwards door setting. UDC week at met the Wednesday Episcopal of Parish last
and children
$2.75 $1.25. willegar Jr. were hosts at a HI, Mrs. Pascal Carr, Mrs. Approximately 400 guests House with Mrs. George

Florida-Georgia football pre- Thomas J. Sanders Tim attended the party from Jack- Roberts, Sr., Mrs. O.L.
l> nee You game brunch from 9 till 12:30: Blackman and Anne and sonville, Sanford. Palatka,, Haynes Sr. and Mrs. S,L.
eQJ Christmas Bazaar Saturday morning at their Byron Terwillegar assisted in Orange Park, Lake City, Peek Sr. as hostesses.
home "Point View," on Lake serving. Tom Poston provided Sebring, Gainesville, Starke, Mrs. Curtis Sanders
,II. s\. Set Nov. 1415At Brooklyn near Keystone accordion music in the outand Keystone Heights. presented a program on the
head start Heights. Southern tradition of
..c.oS'2.0
qet a
1\ Worthington Arrangements of orange Thanksgiving followed by
1 qb -. chrysanthemums in blue con- Altar Society Met Tuesday, Nov.4 Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. singing
ke on dour The Worthington Springs tainers were placed at the three selections accompanied
S\O Civil Club is having its annual entrance to the home along ,Reverend Father Richard along with Mrs. Damons, Mrs. by Mrs. Bill Shields. Rev. Ben
Christmas Christmas bazaar Nov. 14 and the sea wall, and at other van- Bowles celebrated Mass Humphries, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Bryant gave a message on
/f\ qiirinqNew 15 at the town's new civic club.' tage points. preceeding the Altar Society Richard Coss, Mrs. Victor Thanksgiving.
Ashline and Mrs., MrGuy\ Sale, president.presided ,
Festivities last from 9am- Under the main canopy, meeting held Tuesday Francis over the business
8 pm., with homemade gifts'' where brunch was served evening, November 4, at St. Meng. Bishop Paul Tannerwas meeting where it was ivptedto
Selection and snacks being sold. There pictures of the Edward's.( the principal celebrantand enter a car tote Christmas
will be a raffle for an afghan coaches and opposing Father Bowles explained homilist at this special parade Plans' were made for
of Bodin Knit during the day. i players were on spiritual significance of the Mass in the Cathedral of St. the December Christmas
display. The serving tables sacred vessles and Augustine.Mrs. luncheon to be held at the
1 Proceeds will be used to furnish -4< various
Sportswear the new building. were covered with orange and vestments used during the Richard Richards Woman's Club on December 3.
blue cloths and held
large Mass. volunteered to conduct the
arrangements of orange and Mrs. John Samons presidedat bakesale following the 11 a.m.
I Family Dinner blue chrysanthemums, the regular monthly Mass on Sunday, November Green Acres
orange shasta daisies and meeting. Altar Chairman, 16. .
Held SundayAt orange gladioli centered with Mrs. Jimmy Moore announced Members were requested to '4-H Club MeetsThe
I i the Florida gator. that Mrs. Lester contribute desserts and
Dave Paulks The University of Florida Humphries has altar care usable flea market items to Green Acres 4-H Club
t colors of orange and blue were during November; Mrs. the Bicentennial celebration held its regular meeting on
used throughout the home and Robbie Shaller volunteered to activities planned for Nov.4 at the home of Mr. and
tiL Dave Paulk and grandson, grounds, with pennants make the ,altars especially December. 6 in downtown Mrs. James Balcom, with
Barry Reddish, age m shakers, megaphones, helmets beautiful during Advent and Starke. approximately 15 members
V celebrated their birthdays table covers napkinsand Christmas time. Father Bowles urged present.Carl .
Sunday at a family dinner. glasses all carrying out Final plans were made for a members and families to Johns presented a
given at the Paulk' hom. -on the football theme.Barbecued covered dish dinner to be heldin attend the Eucharistic program on seed beds.
t i Crosby Lake. v:it t beef and pork on the parish hall on Sunday Congress to be held in Several of the members told
The family ate at tabtaMon lalce.v',, rolls, I baked> beans, creamed November 9.', ,Mrs.YMichaeiGilhooly Jacksonville's) Coliseum on about their projects they are
the patio 6verlooktng eggs i iDlfattishells: fresh pineapple irtvited the local 23. FatherBowes working on loathe fair.
( Enjoying the affair with Mr. encouraged Due to the of
a resignation
: cantaloupe, honeydew Citizens at
t --- and Mrs. Paulk were Mr. and melon and were served Senior as guests parishioners to participate in Sgt. of Arms Jack Parrish, it
grapes the dinner when Father
tI Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mr. and the with the Thanksgiving Service was necessary to elect a new
tt Mrs. Ervin Andrews and coffee.during brunch Bowles will show pictorial scheduled for the evening of Sgt. of Arms. Bill Banks was
I -. family, Mrs. Frances Stone of slides he has taken on trips to November 26 at the United nominated and elected to take
I Woodbine, Ga., Mrs. Margie Platters of shrimp were the Vatican, Rome, Ireland Methodist Church as well as his place. .
t the and
\ Underhill and Mrs. Gladys passed during party, and Portugal. the special ThanksgivingMass J.T. Parrish offered the use'of
\ Good two refreshments tables were Mrs. Lester Humphries his trailer for for
Edwards.Mr. on Thursday morning at a hayride
I Sportswear used for serving one on the
Fall
reported on the Deanery St. Edward's Church. the Thanksgiving party on
byBobbie Selection ; spacious deck,and another set Meeting which she attended Mrs. Robbie Shaller invited Nov. 15.The .
and Mrs. Danny up at the lakeside. Colorful 1 on October 14 in St. Augustine members Christmas president announcedthat
t Thompson and sons of Jack- umbrellas, tables, and chaifswere to a the final details had been
Brooks, ? Casual I sonville were weekend guestsof also placed on ,"The party to be held late in made for the 4-H bake sale
June .
i December.The
i\a Mr. and Mrs. TL. Casey, Point"and on the second level Maxim which is to take place on Nov.
Russ, Aileene, f Jr. beneath the deck next meeting is 21 in front of the Farmers and
4 \ Dress j David Taylor scheduled for December 2 in Dealers Bank In Lake Butler.All .
the parish hAIL. members and parents are
--
I' Queen Casuals 4 Bags Wed. Nov. 7 Mrs: Gladys Weldon, Mrs. asked to assist with the sale.
:. Humphries and Mrs. Coss The meeting was adjournedat
served refreshments 9 pm. and refreshmentswere
FREETurkey Ms. June Everett Maxim of following the meeting when served

I SALEExquisite J Jacksonville a former Father Bowles gave a previewof
1 7 resident of Starke, and David the slides he ,planned to
Austin Taylor were united in
I show at the upcoming evening
1I marriage Friday evening at 8 with the Senior Citizens. JBIRTHS
the First United
I Methodist Church with Rev.
% George Harper performingthe Donna DuBose
Form Bras
nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
ii I Highlighting the altar was a Celebrates2nd Baldree of Starke announcethe
birth of a daughter
I Special Group large fan-shaped
arrangement of fall flowers in BirthdayLittle Angela Denise, born Oct. 30 in

2 At Sale wedgewood blue and gold Alachua General Hospital.
Buy Any price colors against a background Miss Donna DuBose, Grandparents are Mr. and
And Get One Fully Free of candle trees and a candle daughter of Mr,and Mrs. JohnDuS'ose Mrs. Earl Batten of Starke
of Lake City, and and
with purchase arch with burning tapers and Mr. Mrs. Bobby
her second bir-
celebrated
Baldree of Lake Geneva.
From Company \" palms.Presenting a program of thday with a party at her

Save 51 Off Reg. Price Of. Any Magic Chef Range Green.nuptial music organist were Mrs.W.B.L.J. grandmother Hayes'Brooker.home, Saturday Mrs. Betty in DUPLICATE BRIDGE

I \_ McKinney! violinist, and The refreshment table was CLUB RESULTS
soloist
Edward Pfiester
Mrs. Rhea Johnson and
of Mr. centered with a clown bir-
The bride daughter
and Mrs. Harold Williams of thday cake. The mothers Lora Francis were the win-
LADIES DRESSES YourChoice Jacksonville wore a long assisted in serving birthday ning couple at Duplicate
( chiffon and English lace cake and Cokes to the Bridge Tuesday night Mrs.
R.A. Green and Mrs. Jim
youngsters.The
by R.M. Kaufman, % gown.Mrs.. Jay T. Carver of birthday gifts were Minesinger were second and
f \ Starke attended her sister as displayed under a crepe paper Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders
Bleaker Street & Vicky Vaughn matron of honor. She wore a circus tent in the yard were third.
Wash Denim I ,r--- -- long wheat gold qiana knit Helping Donna celebratethe
.
gown. occasion were Tracy .
Great The attendants were Ms. Raulerson Michael. Bass
Gas
JEANSLINGERIE '\ Jane McClure and Vickie Crystal Coggins MitchellConner lid 1J.-K-w .
Selection Carver. They wore long Granny DuBose and
Good wedgewood blue and off white Donald Aunt Grace Conner of
Mr. and
Mrs. C.L.
lace gowns. Kelh Carver was Macclenny Malissa and Gary Cooper
Choice \I D Or flower girl. Rabon and her parents. were Saturday overnight
Mr. Taylor son of Mr. and After the party the guests of Mr.and Mrs. Marvin
r -w=-rr-._ Mrs. Morris Taylor of youngsters dressed in their Stewart In LaCross. They
;j r_. ,. Clearwater was attended by Halloween costumes and wentto attended Homecoming with
y > For Christmas FULL LINE Electric Jay T. Carver as best man. the Brooker Elementary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart
; .! Ushers were Robert Everett Carnival. Donna was dressed at the Church of God in Bell on
OF PIUS and Terry Carver. Craig clown. Sunday..
Giving as a
\ Maxim was ringbearer.A .
I COSMETICSby i Now Only reception was held in Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bran-
't Hall of the church.
( \ by Gilead, Vanity Fellowship The bride's table was Shannon SmithCelebrated ham and son spent the week

covered with a white satin end with Mr. and Mrs. Tom
1, Fair & Miss Elaine Prince Matchabelli $ cloth over white organdy and 1 st Coon in Green.Cove Springs.
was centered with an
arrangement of euclyptus, Birthday Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Rigby of
\ MUSK OIL
\ Trade baby's breath and mums in Clearwater were Sunday visi-
.. shades of wedgewood bule and Shannon Smith son of Mr. tors of Mrs. Arlin Mcknight.
\ \\ FULL LINE OF by Jovan and Mrs. Tom Smith of
\ \ \'i : gold. At one end of the table
was a three tiered cake topped Morgan road celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
# Take Up To with doves. Mrs.', Robert first birthday Wednesday, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
I., -- /a GIFT ITEMS Aziza EyeMake Everett of Jacksonville cut Oct.22,at a party in his home. Dansby in Perry Sunday.
Seventeen friends and
d. 24 Mo. To Pay Or the cake.
members the
family enjoyed
Gifts for Christmas Weddings/ Up The punch table was event '
. 'VSame covered with white organza The "car" theme Miss Anne Terwillegar wasa
cloth and centered with a was recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.
silver punch bowl. carried out In the, party Jim Blackman in .
I The AslSash decorations. Sebring.Mr.
Now Is Time Vickie and Kelll Carver Refreshments were served.
passed out rose petals to and Mrs. Will Slade of
SRWYERSLHDERPPLIRNCE throw to the couple as they left Baxley Ga. and Mrs. Clyde
To Lay-A-Way For ChristmasWHILE on their wedding trip.. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Ed- Sinclair and Mrs. H.C. Ritchof
The couple will reside in wards Sr. spent the weekend Starke were weekend
Jacksonville where Mr. with their.! daughter and family guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.H.
OUR SELECTION IS GOOD Taylor is organizational Mr. and Mrs. J.M. High in Slade on their boat In .Jacksonville
W of Gateway Montgomery :
Madi> ,on manager Wards.. Jacksonville and attended the and attended the FIO-
Florida-Georgia game. rida-Ceorgla game.
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Market PickUp GDJ'P P..60nalt V V ,

Set For Old you:: lrnowP) Local admittances
Nov. 22ndThere County Hospital to Bradford this-

week include: Mrs. Rosie
,
will be a pick-up day to the old courthouse by Mrs. Frank Mitchell and Baxley,John Bowen and Mrs.
In Starke on Nov. 22 of items appointment only by. calling daughter, Cindy, Jim Hardy, Marilyn Thornton, Lawtey;
for the Bradford County BIcentennial 964-7150 Mrs. Joe Gissy, Miss Amy Mrs. Blanche Cunningham
Committee Flea It is important for every- Blalock and Mrs. Drew and Franklin Mann, Keystone ,
Market to be held on Dec. 6. one countywide to partici- Reddish visited Miss Debbie Heights; James Lindsey, Mel- Y '1 t I
Boy and Girl Scouts will be pate. The Flea Market will Mitchell, a student at the Uni- S rose; Miss Patricia Moore, i ',
assisting the Committee in include a bake sale and versity of South Florida in Mrs. Berti Dent and Mrs. In} 1
this effort. Please put your homemade ice cream. Tampa,, on Saturday and Celia Redding, Raiford; Miss
donations in a bad and markit Persons wishing to donate Sunday, Terri Cochran, Clarence Mor- ; '
i'V:1
"Flea Market, and leaveit baked goods are asked to gan,Lake Butler; and Rhonda : : :
on the front steps for our bring them on Dec. 6 to the MOVINGI! Davis, Mrs. Mildred Griffis, :
sale on Court Street,' down- Coleman's _
helpers. Sewing Center Is Harold Wilt, Samuel
Items may be left at the town Starke, between the Moving To 150 N. Water St., Della Coe and Bassetti
homes of Mrs. Elzie Sanders hours of 8:30: am. and 12 Next to Coleman's Cabinet Hardee, Starke.
344 N. Walnut St., and noon. If this Is not possible, Shop.
Mrs. Elizabeth please take them to a mem-
Walker, 1400
Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Ed-
ber of the Bicentennial
BJ Old Lawtey Road in
Committee the before Mrs. Wilma Kronenberger Hull-Henry wards of Tampa were last .A
Starke. For further Information day '
: of
call Mrs. Sanders (964- the sale.The committee also underwent eye surgery Mon- Friday visitors of Mr. and V r _
7344) or Mrs. Walker (964- plans to make available for day in J. Hillis Miller Medical Engagement ToldMr. Mrs. Tullie Norman.Mr. V : ,,,
6683)), purchase the Benningtonand Center.
If' ''you need something Betsy Ross flags and .and Mrs. Joel M. Hull of and Mrs. J.E. Hardy t
picked up from your home, commemorative stationerynotes. Mrs. Felix Sapp underwent Keystone Heights announce and Mr. and Mrs. David Men- .L __ _
call Mrs. John Miller at 964- surgery last Thursday in theJ. the engagement of their denhall of Atlanta attended a
5443.Persons Everyone has something Hillis Miller Medical Cen- daughter,Miss Nancy Hull, to brunch Saturday, before the
wishing to donate they don't want and don't ter. Pat Henry, son of Mr. and Florida-Georgia game, at the
items from Hampton are need. How about used toys, Mrs. A.H. Henry of Starke. San Jose Club givenby
asked to call Mrs.Alice Faye 'wigs, costume jewelry, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watersof The future bride is a Mr. Count R.Wilson of 15 Girls
Waters; Brooker, Miss Kim clothing, pots, pans, dishes, Tallahassee visited their graduate of Bay County High Orlando. Become Official Scouts
Hodges; Keystone Heights, curtains,shoes, purses,bric- aunt, Mrs. Vergie Flynn Sun- School, Panama City and is Fifteen second
Miss June Drake;, Lawtey, a-brac, tools, appliances day afternoon. employed with the Depart- and third graders became members of Girl Scout Troop 370 In an investiture
Mrs. O.E. Pearson. Mrs. you name It.Proceeds MOVING! service Monday afternoon Nov.10. In the Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church.
Scott is also helping out in will go to various Mr. and Mrs. David Men- Rehabilitation.Mr.ment of. Offender Coleman's Sewing Center Is The girls have all attended four meetings, said their promise, and paid their registration
Moving To 150 N. Water rees. The girls I are <(<1-1'):
Lawtey. Items Be taken committee projects, Includ- denhall of Atlanta spent the St.
may .
Henry is employed with Next to Coleman's First row: Perri Gusto,Jodl Fairchild Lyn Holtzendorf,
ing restoration of the old weekend with her parents, the Public Service Commission Cabinet and Jennifer Johns. Lynne Dukes. Allison Denmark
courthouse and creation of a Mr and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. The Shop. *
also Second row: Melanie' Woods Belinda Melson.Janet Brooks, Shilynn Chaff:Jane Bellcr. and
THE BRADFORD museum. We need the Hardys had as Sunday Wedding plans will an- Vicki Rye. !
COUNTY TELEGRAPH support of everyone in the guests,Mrs. F.W. Mendenhallof date. Mr. and'Mrs. Third Dianne
nounced at a later W.M. Meng row: Woods Catrelle Overstreet,and Lenore
Published every Thursday county. Please help. Athens, Ga. and Mr. and and daughter, Dana, of St. Troop leader Is Mrs.J.E.Denmark.Assistant leader Is Mrs.
at 138 W.Call Street Mrs. James McCullough of Petersburg were Wednesday
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Starke,Florida 32091 C.N. Christy Is'a surgery''' to Sunday visitors of their Welty.it
Mrs. W.W. Sellers of Bur- E.W. Hayes spent the patient in J. Hillis Miller parents E.L. Matthews and i
Second! Class postage paidat < weekend with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Starke,FloridaSubscription lington, N.C. is visiting her Mrs. Medical Center.. Paul Meng.I
brother, Claude Crowson this Thrasher in Albany, Ga. _
week. Mrs. Levon Andrews, Mrs.
Rates: Mr. and Mrs. WayneMcLen'don Olin White, Mrs. T.C. Hazen
In trade area: $6.00 per Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnip-, and sons of Jack-- and Mrs. J.E. Hardy spent
year; 13.50 six months sonville, Mrs. Harlen Jenn-
last to
seed, Jr. of Fort Pierce were Monday Thursday in
weekend guests of Dr., and ings of Gainesville and Mr. Greenville, S.C., Highland,'
Outside trade area:i$7.00 and Mrs. Ed Slone of Miami N.C., Helen and Stone Moun-
Mrs. H.H. Adams.'
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I j. Fake Disaster Exercise To Be Staged In January .

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Starke will have its first disaster and Starke fire department, Realizing that agencies other its Isolated location.
drill during January a the highway patrol theSheriff's than the hospital were also During the drill, events will Department.Area Civil Defense coordinator -
simulated school bus and train Department and City directly responsible for be as realistically portrayedas Jim Dalzell plans another 1 1-
wreck on Edwards Road Police, the emergency medI- handling a community emer-, possible. "Victims" will be< meeting with local agency "
according to plans made at a cal team and the Bradford gency, the idea grew into made up to simulate,Injuries, officials in early January to
meeting of civil defense and County Hospital. more complex patterns. Com such as broken arms burns finalize plans for the drill and
local public protection administrators Each agency will have its munity disaster exercises are and lacerations through a another meeting will be held X-
Monday morn- own "umpire' to record the now considered an importanttool French-named technique afterwards to evaluate the /I
performance of personnel, by which agencies can called Moulage. Volunteers, success of various agencies.
mg.The "community disaster judge successful execution of determine their ability to cope from the community will be' Similar disaster workshopsare
exercise," as it is called by responsibilities and timing with a disaster. trained to perform the makeup -' being held all over the
Florida Health Department and evaluate,. interagency The Edwards Road side was technique in a special state in efforts to coordinate
Program coordinator Herman cooperation. chosen to judge the speed in workshop a few days before local agencies in case emer-
Stokes will include 20-30 The event was started as a which 'victims" can be takento the drill. Makeup used will be gencies arise. Plane wrecks ,
volunteer "victims" from the hospital drill. Stokes said, a the hospital, especially furnished by Max Factor tornadoes train wrecks and M
Bradford High School ROTC requirement Medicare and when a train is passing through the state Health ''fires have been staged in I
program Bradford County licensing for the hospital. through town and because ofNEEDLEPOINT Jacksonville, Macclenny, 1 if

.. ., Williams NamedTo Lake City and other major +
.1 ,... Of .. ..... ,.. -----' r4Y
'" I'[(De1g100 'J ""1 towns. Annual '
area repeats ,a .r
Hospital Board are now in the planning stages :
for cities previously involved Vs
A MOTTO Local jeweler Charney- with disaster planning, Dal- I
Williams has been appointedto zell said. I
I serve on the five-member 1

"God 'Is"- "I Think "I'm Allergic To Morning" Board Bradford of Trustees County following Hospital a, HAMPTON i

I "Taste Makes Waist"And Many Others. seven Williams month was vacancy.appointedOct. AREA NEWS '

13 by Florida Governor I
Reubin Askew
to replace
I!, They Are Small, Quickly Done, Inexpensive Arthur Louden who resignedthe
post March 6 of this year. By JoMphln Fontaine I I p
; "An'dMake Perfect Thank You, "I am very glad to be on the Friends Neighbors ,"1 +
board and will do all 1 can" Miss Tracy Bruno, who now m t""' '
! "I Housewarming Christmas Gifts. Williams said of the' ap-- lives in Miami was operated I| \ A' 4 ,
pointment. on Oct. 1 for a spinal problem. !
; Williams will sit with"-the She will be recuperating at
board for the first time at'its home for the next nine
The Magic Needle Nov. 20 regular meeting."* months. If any of her friends
Originally from Macclenny would like to write her or send Courthouse Gets 'Flag
;
the 50-year-old ,owner' of
I cards, her address is Miss
: 'BessentRoad Williams Jewelry on Call Tracy Bruno, 8740 S.W. 12th
Street came to Starke to open St. Apt. toe Miami, Florida.
Starke, Florida the business 28 years ago. He Happy Birthday to Donnie Honoring Veterans DayVeterans
964.5149 and his wife Milta have three Lett. His birthday was Nov. 3.
I 964-6300 children, two of whom still Mr. and Mrs. William
live in the city, Brenda Griffis Schaub of Crescent City were Day Nov. 11 (formerly Armistice Day) was observed at I II I a.m. Tuesday with the
and Vicki Gaines. Son David .weekend visitors of Mr. and presentation of a memorial nag to the Bradford County Historical Board of Trustees by Jones-
I Williams lives out of state. Mrs. Fontaine. Langford-White American Legion Post 56. ,
i! - - - - - - - -- - - The brief ceremony took place on the steps of the Old Bradford County {Courthouse soon to
Retneatlon, undergo restoration as a Bicentennial project. Post 56 Commander Bryce C. Titus presentedthe
The Wednesday Afternoon flag, to be flown on the old courthouse grounds to Eugene L. Matthews president of the
I, Craft Class meets weekly at Historical Trustees.
2:30: p.m. in the Hampton City The Hag presented "In memorlum of A.J. Thomas Sr." a former Legion Commander andClerk
Hall and Recreation Center. of the Circuit Court lor 20 years, was given to the Post by Mrs. Thomas, who received hi i
You don't need an invitation to from the Veterans Administration at the time of her husband's recent death. "
WIIJ lJ! come. Everyone is welcome. In presenting the flag Titus said it was fitting that It be flown at the building where Mr;
The Hampton Senior Thomas served so many years as County Clerk and would always be a reminder of Jil
C7i Citizen's Club met at the dedication and trust as a public servant. "
Hampton Recreation Center In the group with Matthews and Titus were Legionnaires W.B. Scoggins John Grew MayolLCommissioner !
tl ; Nov. 7 for its regular meeting. Charles Schaefer A.L.Crosby Jr.. Delano Thomas son of the late Mr. Thomas;
\ birthday was sung to Bob Paterson and Bill Haas; and Historical Trustees. !Mrs. Fremont Tolles and James,
Happy
i Hall, Paul Krieger Bloodworth. '

i I ( II Il O a4 Q U"I absent Evelyn NesSmith).Vaughan Happy(although Anniversarywas and she Mabel was! Geo. Pierce Reappointed Fire Chief;;

to Mr. and Mrs. W.
f sung George Pierce, Brooker's ober 14 resignation of Cecil series of misunderstandings
I Fontaine who were married 41 former fire chief, accepted Stalnaker. and disagreements ,arose
years Nov. 4. Plans were appointment to his old Job on a
Stalnaker was appointed to between the council 'and
T made to combine the Thanksgiving I temporary; basis at Tuesday the chief's job last May following Pierce over proposed fire
and Christmas dinners I rught's meeting! of the Brooker mass resignation ofBrooker's department spending. ,1 I
: : this It will be Dec. 5, I Council
year. City following the Oct '
with a pot-luck dinner and gift firemen when a At that time Mayor Roy
.W U exchange. The women will Carroll said the city was temporarily -
: curtailing I expenditures
bring gifts for women, the
L Ar' men will bring gifts for men, J CJ GJw because of an extensive

t: rrt, .. ou- I ,..... ; 1'. R with Games a grab bag were exchange.played. oaaQaa CI paving.along program with Pierce'sjbudgeJtarypToposals.and -
..I: : :; I .'' fe'' co/M-/
I Winners Sarah
were Taylor

N K taine Ruddy Matthews, Gene DeWaters, Josephine Taylor,, Evelyn Fon-Hub Ei1isrOUitr'( lttr fl'm[$I L]&fj and accepted dedicationefficiency his resignation and

E Vaughan, Jeanette Krieger, those of his firemen when a
(Formerly Tastes Freeze
Mary Jones and Paul Krie- ) compromise on expenditurescould
ger. The door prize: was won U. S. 301 N. not be reached.
t FOR YTHRNKSCIVINC by Virginia Cosgrove. There In his letter of resignation
were two out-of-town visitors Stalnaker gave no reason for
Mrs. Brown's daughter of OPEN 964.6567 his action requesting ont
Atlanta Ga. and Mrs. Denni-. that he be relieved of duties as
11 am 10 For Take Out
son's sister of Palatka. The pm of October 14. I
E I next regular meeting will be At Tuesday's'meetin ,
Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. HOME OF THE Pierce still had his sights set
on a budget figure of around
If you have news items, call
$6,000 which the mayor'and
,ne at 468-1156 or send them to BRADFORD COUNTY council obviously felt would.bte
I P.0. Box ,
(I' 160 Hampton. impossible to meet, and was
Each space below represents some prominent business firm far of the amount
or ", .""" .."..." ... .-. in excess sit
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I IT. :;N"o.".".".." "".*. for the fire department in the
persons of this area. Take the scrambled letters and arrange them It .: FOOT LONG STEAK current fiscal year. .I

t to spell the firm's name correctly. eM O'. ,...b" Pierce accepted the job on a
I _1 temporary basis, however,
u ,_
u. o.," ;;;..._ ..;; and will meet with the councilin
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Winners will be notified on Tuesday,'Nov. 18 December if
CARD OF THANKS 32 Flavors of Milk I Shakes figure to can see be worked a compromise .-
Thank for
you your thoughts '
t out. i
I and prayers during our time of ?
Any reader of the Telegraph is eligible to enter this'contest, and I n6$. ''The food, cards and belief One, following councilman the expressed meeting,

t the first three persons submitting the correct or nearest correct han lowers words were appreciated more 15 Different Varieties of Sandwiches that most, if not all, of the
Thank
can express. resigned firemen will, return'
I answer before 12:00: Noon Monday, Nov. 17th will be awarded 1 1I you for caring. to the department under :the
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Suit Begins in Crash .. P



Victim DeathCivil T &:


circuit trial began parked along the side of a
Wednesdaymorning in a suit roadway.Mrs. .
brought by Betty Jane Barnes was 20 years
Keames against National old when the early morning Specials
)Freight Inc., truck driver accident occurred and Is survived
Clarence Robert Welch and by her husband and a Th centers
Insurance Company of North young lion.Florida. family
America, Judge John 'J, Highway Patrol
Crews presiding.Mrs. reports show that Mrs. Barnes
Keames, mother of apparently fell asleep and -

a suing Carol tractor-trailer the McKinney driver and which Barnes owner was, of is failed striking trailer.to The the make report right rear left also curve of states the, r13 W(jJI OL1 aWO l t UJJ(! Jll3 ELECTROPIIONIC 42-INCH

struck by a car driven by her that the tractor trailer was SHOPPING CENTER STEREO CONSOLE
daughter on US-301 north of with flashers ,
properly parked 4r
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8
Uiutey Dec. 2. 1973 causing and running lights on. U e S e 301 S N Thurs sat. 9 to 9 Simular To Picture
''injuries from which she The driver had pulled off the sum2toe Starke FI a. Eight-track player, AM/FM stereo
died.: Mrs. Keames contends road for a few hours rest
that the ''driver, Clarence '. receiver deluxe record changer.
before heading for his Tampa \. HUFFY MEN'S 26 inch "'
Welch failed to comply with destination. The impact of the '* % ; Switch'es for headphones,
state statutes requiring him tot car woke him up and he 1 k 1ir microphone. 4-speaker "duocone"
display warning devices when ( down a passing d ::1 t ,t
.. Ilagged motorist who summoned the 5 SPEED BIKE ii audio system, Matrix switch for 4-

:UC: 7'urhevSlrrootSet highway patrol. 4 t: channel sound with the addition of f!two
; Reports state that Mrs. ,' Lightweight trigger shift control. Dual caliper j speakers. Attractive pecan finish.
x1' An evening turkey shoot, Barnes died upon impact with r brakes. Chrome touring style handlebars and deluxe r Mediterranean style ca blnet. Records
i' sponsored By the Union the vehicle. r contour style saddle.: 26",: men's (
County Quarterback Club Is I..
fluted for Thursday, Nov. 20, P..11. Lott Sr. \ .
.j rom 5:30: ,l1'1110 p.m. at lne h'' .
$21988
Lake norse snow Funeral services for Pies I \
I Irena: The event is planned Hamer Lott, Sr. will be todayat T No RC
'; 10 a.m. in the DeWitt C. t'
or the evening so that more ,
icople may participate according -' Jones Chapel at Starke. The 7 988
to UC football coach Rev Melvin Hamel and the
Jack Jones. Rev James Starling will offi-
Proceeds from the turkey ciate. No. 2784T /
shoot will go to the purchase of Lott,72, of Hampton, died in Just like the real T.G.&Y. |
jackets and trophies for mem Gainesville Nov. 11 followinga T.G.&Y. Tractor truck! Sturdy metal con i t AM/FM Stereo
short illness. -
hers of this
year's Tiger
squad. Born in Stewart, Miss., Lott rstruction! "If' RECEIVERCHANGER/
lived in Hampton for 21 years. EACHDUNfEI116N -
He was a retired sawmill /
Hair Styling -
operator. A
Surviving are his wife,
Contest Set Ethel B. Lott; one son, P.H. x player

Lott Jr., Hampton; four l Includes 2 speakers (lust 1 cover.
Mrs Helen Jacks,
Here TonightA daughters j 45 RPM adapter and f rM antenna
Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. June +
Slide controls Adaptable for quad
Castle, Eupora Miss. Mrs.
student hair styling con- Billie Jean Curtis Hampton, Y sound
test is set at 7:30: tonight and Mrs. Brenda Slade,
(Thursday. Nov. 13)) In which Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice $227
20 models from the Cosmetology Behrens, Princeton, PINES PuU-Putt MOBILE. '
Department of the Brad- N.J., and Mrs. Lucille Durham No 57B8'637 0 SYSTEM
Fla. 17 ,Ps
ford-Union VocationalTechnical Hollywood ; i 41"long.
Old-fashioned styled pedal car.
School will compete. grandchildren and one great.
The contest will be held in grandchild. .
the Cosmetology Departmentof

Models the vo-tech will have center.their hair The FeS $2888 :I
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;' Hand Baker Hi 34-6 Beating ; V'



ij Beaver DeSue is just an Bradford Bak.r handled snap on the second yards for the score behind the ing yardage came in the
average running back, according 17 Pint Down 13 touchdown. Bradford led 21-0 blocking of tackle Keith Car second half. BUS had 167
I to the Baker High 424 Yard Fuming 124 with 4:24: to play in the third ter and center Lawrence Bud> yards of rushing in the first
136 Yardt Paulng 133 DeSue broke two tackles half 257 In the second half.
get. ,
scouting report, but the Tor- 1152. PC PA.PI 621-1 period. !
nado workhorse rushed for 346 2 Fumbler Loit I The second BHS touchdown inside the five to get into the, Bradford High drove 66
yards and scored four touch- 70 Yard Penalized SO came on the third play of the endzone on his own. yards to the Baker 15 as the
downs in Bradford High's 34-6 147 Punting Average 5 37 second period. DeSue ran 20 Bulk of the Bradford rush- third period turned into the
fourth, but Baker linebacker *
whomping of Macclenny on a Score by Quartart 4 4

rainy Friday night, Nov. 7. Bradford 7 0 *0 1 0TOUCHDOWNS. 11 a--34Bikir a James Jimmy Rollins Prevatt intercepted pass at the a QB Jimmy Prevail runs the sweep behind blocking provided by. from left Beaver DeSue;:
This was to be the year Wildcat five and ran it back to number 40; Keith Carter, 83; David Godsey, number 62 on ground, and Jimmy Clark, 44U
Baker High finally got its first r Baker's
had of number 14 Is safety Jeff Bennett.
his DeSue 34
I victory over the BHS Tor. 1)) Bradford DeSut, SO-yard run.. 14. a run
nadoes and a big Macclenny EP-Pravatt kick. r yards on the BUS drive.A .
2)) Br.dlordoeSu., 20 yard run.
few minutes later, as
crowd was on hand to see it.
Ep-Pa. tailed.
On the first play from 3)) Bradford DeSue, 46 yard run. Macclenny went to the air Rugged Richards Team
scrimmage, however, DeSue EP-D.Sue. Pass from Prevatt.4t -. .with time running out and
electrified the crowd when he Rradford-Carter, 11 yard pain M->S three touchdowns to make up! ,
from Prevatt. EP-Prevatt kick. linebacker Curtis
burst through a big hole at 5)) Baker Ford 37 yard paM from Bradford
right tackle, added some good Yarborough. EP-kick blocked. Crawford intercepted a Klate
moves of his own, stiff armed 6)) Bradford-DeSue, 30 yard run. Yarborough pass at the Baker Will Tackle Tornadoes
the last man with a good shot, EP-kick blocked. 35 and returned it to the 26. ,
then simply outran everything borough pass at the five yard DeSue ran 12 yards up the
,I the Wildcats had on the field line. Baker drove to the Brad- .. .' .. \ a -' middle on the draw, the last
'. for an 80-yard touchdown. ford 16 yard line in the second + .a1 tth man, Baker safety Jeff Another rough, rugged foot-
1 "We put it all together," is period only to fumble, Jerome v Bennett making the stop. Big ball game is expected here
Coach David Hurse's explanation Reddish recovering at the 12 fullback Jimmy Clark Friday night at 8 p.m. when
of the one-sided affair, yard line. ct'J charged over the left side for Rickards of Tallahasseecomes
f.. which before Friday night was It was still anybody's, ball 1')1"" four yards to the 10, then lost a to Starke to tackle the
I
billed as a tough contest. game at the half; the Tornado ,' yard at right tackle. On third Tornado gridders of Bradford
"We should be all right from lead was just 13-0. It was late down QB Prevatt went to the High. :
,, here on. Last year it was after in the third period before the r ,1t 1 air, rolling to his left and It's another schedule
the Macclenny game when we third Tornado TD was scored, ::'; throwing to reserve fullback change which Head Coach V
put it together; this year it again on the big play.> t LL I Andrew Carter for the touch- David Hurse made for this ,
was during the Macclenny On second and 7 from his 34, +? tier down. Prevatt added the extra season to provide tough com-
game." DeSue got the ball on the draw + 'f'. point kick and Bradford led 28-. petition for his Tornadoes to
The Tornadoes rolled up 560 again. He scooted through a '=' 0 with 8:15: left in the game. prepare them for hoped for
yards of offense, by far their huge hole up the middle, cut post season state playoffs.
I. highest total of the year. Previous back to the right to avoid a Baker's Lee Battles BHS must win over Live Oak
'j high was 358 yards in the pile up, broke two tackles with > returned the Tornado kickoffto in the final game of the season
22-21 win over Palalka South. good moves and by staying on ;'-" the Wildcat 32,and QB Yar- next Friday, Nov. 21, to get a
I.' Bradford rushed for 424 his feet refusing to be knockedoff r" 1Vt } borough came out throwing berth in the post season play.,
I yards. DeSue's 346 yards may balance. Once in the clear :.: again. Bradford's Erie Biggs
be a BUS record for a single the Wildcats were again slipped down and Yarborough Meanwhile, this week, the
I've seen In a
game. The Big Red offensewas unable to catch the stocky 170- "The greatest Individual performance ever oft completed a 38 yard pass to Tornadoes face, for the first 0
I football game" is Coach David llurse's description time, a tough, aggressive ball
continually able to break pounder who as Bradford fans wide receiver Butch Rowe at
Beaver DeSue, the Tornado running back who gained 346
club with
a strong running
the Baker witnessed, can turn on the the Bradford 30.
big play on High.
yards in 21 carries, a 15-yard average against Baker High. It The Redskins will be L
game.
when the Bradford defensive end
The wildcats, in contrast, speed opportunity
sate llursc that the rushing performance Is a
arises. is to say says Willie sacked QB Yar- the first wishbone (triple
frustrated at turn. Perry
I They were drove to the BHS every 24 andBradford's QB Jimmy Prevatt passedto Bradford High School record. DeSue was named Back of the borough for a seven yard loss, option run from a backfield in
Week BUS coaches and area Back of the Week by the
by which the fullback lines up in
Jerome Reddish DeSue for a two point con- but Yarborough came right
intercepted a Klate Yar- version, making up for a mis- Gainesville Sun. back on second down to tall front of the two halfbacks)
tight end Bobby Ford for the team the Tornadoes will have
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only Macclenny touchdown faced. ..
I from 37 yards out. BHS line- Rickards runsstraightatthe >' 1 .
SHOPPING backer Paul Jenkins blockedYarborough's opposition with oil tackle .
GET THE JUMP ON CHRISTMAS C
; extra point power plays, sweeps, and the p; a.k.i ,
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option. .A<
I kick. The score stood 28-6 with -
P.! t. ... rA'Richard
COME IN NOW WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD 7:06: left in the game.
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Both teams own identical 5-3 Lashley makes one of his leaping catches. The
records. Rickards has beaten BUS wideout caught! four passes Friday night 'before his knee
Four later Bradfordhad
I ;: its sixth plays touchdown. Clark Niceville 27-0, Marianna, was Injured as he came down from a leaping try and was hit
FREE ; New Shipment ofGIFT returned the Baker kickoff to Perry, Monticello and Madi- as he fell. Ligaments were torn in la hII'Y's knee, putting/ the
the Tornado 35.DeSue five son. The Redskins lost 19-6 to senior wideout on sidelines for the final two !tamt'!!. The
got Tornadoes miss the services of the lHl! pound speedster
Farah and in two Milton last week, 42-7 to
,Jr" carries.seven With yards a first down at Tallahassee Leon and were with good hands, Coach David Hurse says.

the Bradford 46 QB Jimmy beaten by Quincy Shanks. The scouting report reads. Tackles- (Fullback Terry Sims 19.1-12.1! ,
With Purchase Of r 1+ Prevatt threw over the right Redskins are primarily a are Larry Thompson, 185-11; is big and strong and u good
JACK& SA& side to tight end Steve Ernest.' running ball club. They throw and Mark Keil, 19512. Guardsare blocker. Right half Marvin! '
'500 or Over Ernest the ball at the 10-12 times per game.
SUITS caught Johnny Johnson, 175-12; Carter, 17012. has good speed
Baker 35<,but stayed on his,,,,.'.* *_* and "Kenneth) Boatwright.,200112.The2genler .. andis a,.+a1Q,biocker.t! :
feef for Cfive more yards")} :Johnny Cofield, a real speed \is John ,Mat-IB rtickards\ ruiiH'aJive'man'front ; '
To Match' despite being hit., merchant, is the big Richards lock; 2fl :T2. ** .j.- orr defense, with (three
iii'f Efom the 30 DeSue went up threat. Cofield has been In- linebackers Two linebackersare
COLORS Light Tan Dk. Brown Green the middle on the draw for his jured, but played some last Split end Bill Washington lined up between the,
-----.7\ fourth'TD. He received excel- week. He's probably the fastest 180-11 has good speed and middle guard and each tackle.
f ,- Burgundy Light Blue '& Navy. lent blocking both at the line back the Tornadoes will good hands. Quarterback Joe The third is a roving' > linebacker -'
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t Tornado offense. Prevatt's says. ington on a drag pattern behind and between the two

1 J tV OTHER PANTS TO MIX & MATCH extra point kick was blockedby across Lane,the 165-11 middle., is a good other linebackers so as la
El Baker tackle Larry. Burn- The Redskin offensive line He executes the form a triangle. At times the
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November 13,1975 TKI.KGItAPII: ; l'aftc'7

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U.C. Tigers Claw Cross City 56-Q I


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LAKE BUTLER The 17- St.tlttlci sions in first half) taking the Cross City gave their hand- down run to make the score 48-
man Cross City football squad Croft City 0 00 0-0 ball at the 20. ful of fans a little something to _
went. through its pre-game Lake Butler 22 14 6 14-56LB The Bears didn't hold the cheer about following Hazen's 0.The Tigers added their final

exercises on the Union High -wnitehead 59 yard pan from ball very long as Tiger defen score, using the runs of Spencer tally of the night following a
baseball field.If hazes (Kemp pats from Hazen* sive back Alfred Holmes and Howell to reach the fumble recovery by defensive
had known what LU-JacKion 1 yard run (Whitehead off Bear and Tiger 30.
the Bears kick) picked a pass lineman Vernon Sweat at Hit-
was about to happen to them LB-CMmmlngt 10,yard run (White. returned it to the Bear 45. The Bears soon regained Cross City 40.
k z they would have stayed home. heed kick;
r possession, recovering a
LB-SIth 1 42 yard run (Hazen run) On the second play, half-
The Lake Butler Union
81 Cummings fumble on fourth After a holding call moved
LB-Ka'np l yard run (paftt failed) back Smith took a pitch
County Tigers, still stinging L8-Haien 10 yard run (kick tailed) around left end and went 42 and one at the Tiger 44. Spencer the ball back to the 45, QB
from last week's onepointloss LB-Warren 22 yard run (Irun failed) for the Hazenran carried for 13 to the 31, anda White hit Alfred Holmes, who
to Santa Fe took their LB-Holmei 44 yard pan from White yards score. QB
foul the
Warren( run) for the two-point conver- personal penalty put outfought two Bear defenders, i
a grief out on visiting Cross City sion, to make the score 30-0, ball at the 17. for the score ending the rout.
Friday clawing the out- Croll City Lake) Butler
with 6:00: left in the half.
manned Bears 56-0, on the B First down 11 The cheers turned to sighs
Tigers home field. 74 Yards gained ruining 354 quickly however when The Tigers, now'7-1 on the
19 Yards, gained pawing 140 Cross City failed to move fell a season, travel next week to
Head Coach Jack Jones sub- 111 PC PA PI 460 fourth down pass incomplete -
312 Punts against the stiff Tiger defenseonce meet Crescent City the
stituted freely throughout the 00 giving the ball back to
different '5-3 Fumble lost 63 again, and on fourth state's No. 9 ranked team in
game, as eight the Tigers at the 25.
Tigers crossed the Cross City 217 Yards lost penalties 4 72 down tried a run from punt Class AA.Dwayne.

goal, racking up 320 yards on formation. The unexpected Two runs by Howell and
On first down, Hazen went didn't work linebacker
play as
the ground and another 138 another penalty, gave the
Seldom-seen sight on the Lake Butler field last Friday night was L.W. Cummings being through the air, despite wet airborne again, connectingwith Cedric Warren stopped the Bears an excellent scoring
stopped. The senior fullback broke this tackle, as he did many others, gaining an overall 114 and windy conditions. Paul White for 33 yards ball carrier cold at the Bear opportunity with a first and
'down to the Cross 5.
yards In the 56-0 sacking bestowed by the Tigers upon the Cross City Bears. Lake Butler took the open- Three plays later, halfback City 27., goal at the Lake Butler 5. t
ing kickoff and moved to'midfield From there the Purple and
Sam Jackson took a pitch The Tigers used five run-
and Gold Tiger defense shut the
where on third from Hazen and scooted to reach the Cross
ning plays
Tigers Fortunate To Face three Quarterback Danny untouched around right end City one, where Glen Kemp door and took over at that ,
Hazen lost control of the wet for the score. Whitehead crashed in for yet another point.
pigskin, Cross City's Herb booted the extra point givingthe score. QB Paul White's con- 6F
who had
Rains recovering at the Tiger Cummings, 95
Tigers a 15-0 lead. version was batted downto
pass yards for the evening on just 8
Tough Crescent City SquadDisappointed 45.The tough Tiger defense leave the score at 36-0, carries, burst through a gap-
held on downs at the 26, the The Tigers scored one more as the half ended. ing hole for 28 to the 33. An t
time before the end of the first
errant pitchout got from
offense taking over. away
with last carrying the ball 11 times for Crescent City sports a tough On first and ten, Fullback period, Cummings high-stepp-- Cross City took the second Smith on the next play giving l
week's competition Union 114 yards. running back named L.W, Cummings broke over ing 10 yards for a TD, after half kickoff and malted on the the Bears good field positiononce
County head coach Jack Jones Lake Butler is now ranked Browning, Jones said, who right tackle for 16 yards. On Jackson returned a Bear' punt ground to the Tiger 47, before again.
feels "fortunate" to face a fifth in the prep football poll of nearly matches sprinter Luke the next play, Hazen spottedend ,35 yards to the 18. fumbling again, recovery
tough' Crescent City grid the Gainesville Sun and Smiths speed ((9.7 seconds in Tim Whitehead past the To begin the second quarter made by Mobley,"second of The Tiger defense led by
squad this Friday night in the Crescent City occupies eighth 100 yard dash) and a line of. Cross City secondary for a 58 Jackson took another punt andrambled the game. linebacker Warren rose to the
season finale in Crescent City. ranking. Once ranked eighth, offensive backs that will give bomb. Hazen's 17 yards to midfield. occasion one more time,
Santa Fe moved up to fourth Union County a run for its yard scoring Glen Hazen handed to yet another Cummings bareeled off stopping Cross City dead at
"Crescent City has about in the ratings due to its 8.7 win pigskin Friday night. two-point pass to Kempwas talented running back, Luke tackle for a gain of 30 on first the 33. r
feel about Lake Butler
We
the best ball club we've faced Lake Butler Oct. 31. playing on target, down putting the ball at the Scone
over them thou good Th are as lead. Smith, who darted for 16 yardsto ; was kept
this year. They are about Jones will put a lot of weighton good if not than we are taking an early the 8-0 kickoff the Bear 34. Bear 30. Runs of 8 by Jacksonand Reserve running back busy IryiiiK/( off the football fur
equal to us in speed and are the upcoming battle, he in every department, but we Following by Cross City then held the 10 by Cummings left the William Warren then took quarterback Jimmy l'rr\aU.
fum-
larger than we are," Jones revealed, because if Union look forward to the good Whitehead, Cross City Tigers for one of the times Tigers on the 12. Hazen swept charge of things, carrying in Friday ni hl'M game( played
commented. It will be good County beats Jasper in competition to test our skills," bled at its own 38, Jimmy the night, (Tigers left end for the remaining 12 three times for 42 yards, the under a hteail lri//le until
for the
preparation for the post district playoffs and Crescent Jones said. Mobley recovering score on 5 out of 7 posses- yards to up the count to 420. last carry a 22 yard touch midway the second half.
season play-offs, the Head City also wins its district Tigers.
Tiger realizes. contest, the two will again ..
Both teams stand 8-1 at this clash horns in regional play
point and both average 35 for the! state title

points per game this season.
The two also share a tendency I II
to play a ground game rather
than an air battle.
'"Strongest part of our ball
game will be the defense..
We're'a little stronger than


Trainer up'-and they we've all are noted.on season been defense playing," ,the it's'heads sound Tiger,' 45 years ago we were' : l d


Union County) played I ,
Crescent City in last year's
district playoffs,sliding by the ,
team 42-6, but Jones reports '

that returned virtually this the year same and squad has ,

been scouting the last four of
the kind banks thatFlorida tt
Tiger this Friday games in in Crescent quest of a City win t i .

Scouts didn't get much (lo ,.
look at last week in Union :' '-
of \, Kra
County's 56-0 blasting a t 1I
n / r
grossly inadequate Cross City, r 6,, (
team, a game that "probably r a, ,
was'not good" for the Tiger s
final bursts before district needed.
playoffs.Leading. *}* ;fe;
players of the week r 1
for Union County included a
nice surprise for Jones -
Cedric Warren, who mustered 2
15 tackles and assists in the I

game to bring his season ,
record to 116, was closely
tailgated by younger brother We still
William, a second-string are. :
sophomore who put together :
11 tackles and assists against ,
Cross City playing part time.
Defensive cornerback ...... .. .
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Jimmy Mobley also received ;,.. ,_ ." :, :.. ;;ro., ,
the coach's sweet smile for
recovery of two CC fumbles )Head majorette Melanie
last Friday night on the Hale leads the Union County
slippery wet home field. Marching Tigers during'
'Although eight players halftime ceremonies at each ,
crossed the goal line for the game. The band presented a
easy victory, leading ground new halftime routine Friday "
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getter be for L.W.the evening Cummings provedto competition.night to be used in state band ,"'.:' In. 1930, when Florida and the nation were in the midst of a. "', i;,

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I Natl. Guard Receives Pay Raise .: financial, crisis, the new president of the Florida National Bank ,:: ,' "" ;


Members of the National fake the insurance. The insur- .' of Jacksonville believed that Floridalacked, a sufficiently conservative ,, :,11r r rI. ;'.

Guard, along with other mili- ance covers the Guard person '
tary personnel received a pay full time: not just when they banking system. In an interview 'with the he said: (
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increase effective October 1, are in training. This is a 'I. ", ,
1975 of about 5 percent for change and some people are 'r ;
each pay grade.tl1embers mis-informed about the insur- ", .'j "Banks are public trusteeships. Their primary object should 't,
| of the local Guard ance, Crosby said. '

amounts unit are paid to about monthly$10,000 wJiich enlistments The local unit(male is accepting and, I if-; be the safe custodianship of the money entrusted to them. If all -


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occupations.The
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Johnson is a linebacker, cen- is expected to be ready this :
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sive guard tackle on defense Mark Keil, and is also offen-a Offense: tight end Steve St. Petersburg < Florida National Bank at Orlando Florida National Bank at Coral 1"V

defensive tackle. Earnest, split end Jackson Lakeland Florida First National Bank at Pensacola Florida Bank & Trust Co at Daytona i
Bradford High will meet the Prevail, wide receiver Kenny at Ocala Florida National Bank at Gainesville Florida First National Bank at Key West l
wishbone with its tried and Aycox tackles Keith Carter Beach Florida National Bank & Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida Bank at Fort '

true 5.4 defense. Both offensive and Tommy Edwards and David, guards God- at Bartow' Florida National Bank at Lake Shore Florida Bank at DeLand Florida
and defensive starters for Perry Bryan
BUS will be the same exceptfor sey, and center Jeff Jockel. National Bank at Fernandina Beach Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Florida National Bank

a few changes because of Jimmy Prevatt will be the '" Growers Bank at Jacksonville Florida Bank at Starke Florida First Bank at Chipley
injuries.: quarterback, Jimmy Clark ? r; : ', Glade Florida First National Bank at Brent Florida Bank at Bushnell, Florida First

Kenny Aycox will replace the fullback Beaver DeSue ''i.i ,. '. ', National Bank at Perry Florida First National Bank at Port St..Joe Florida Northside ,,
Richard at wide the running back. f
receives. Andrew Lashley Carter will : Nationar Bank at Opa-Locka Member, ,, FDIC ;

also be 'worked there since Defense: ends Jay Godwin V

Aycox Is," also a defensive and Willie Perry, tackles : .
starter. Another defense Marty Russell and Wayne ,. FLORIDA BALK AT STARKE : [ : ; ;
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Blocking Running PraisedTornado
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I ; . Linemen "Finally Put It All Together"




I "Our offensive line just linebackers. But the Tornado Godsey was also singled out signal caller played a fine ball opponents all season, were did a good job slapping the Tackles Marty-Russell and i think our lincbacking
came of age. Every player did offense had practiced all week for particular praise. Godseydid game, the coach said. limited to 124 yards rushing football when the Baker cen- Wayne Scott played good foot. |.1"l has arrived They're
a fine job long on picking up the stunts a good job blocking the Hurse also praised split end QB Klate Yarborough was ter raised it higher than the 45 ..ball in containing Baker 1 u'ling real well to the ball
I "We just finally put it all anticipating the reaction to 250-pound defensive tackle he Jackson Prevatt and wide forced to go to the air when degrees allowed before the High's off tackle offense "that no' ." said Coach Sexton .
together. We've' been waiting Tornado running up the faced Chilson said Theyshared receiver Erie Biggs for fine unable to run.. He completed snap. One slap caused the comes right at you," Sexton o .
on this to happen to us all middle. The practice paid off, honors as offensive co- jobs. They threw several eight of 21 passes for 133 snap to sail over the head of said. "They did a good job in I the Tornado defensive
>car. It finally happened," the Tornadoes rolled up 560 linemen of the week. downfield blocks that enabled yards, but the Tornado secon- the Baker punter standing in the face of those big tackles." ''''.ondary also played a' tight
said veteran Bradford High total yards of offense Center Lawrence Budget DeSue to spring loose. dary gobbled up three Wildcat the Wildcat endzone. The Tor- The big Baker tackles came, said Coach Denny Han-
tackle Ken. Jerome Reddish was
(Head Football Coach David The blocking performance fine ball for his Big Tommy Edwardsdid passes nadoes recovered, and weighed 205 and 250. The
played backi of
enabled Tornado game a great job of downfield "I'm real pleased with the named defensive thl-
running thought had and
Hurse of his Tornadoes'performance Chilson they a safety. Baker guards weighed 195
in beating a big back Glen (Beaver) DeSue to first said. time Budget starting got his, chance blocking, Coach Chilson saidEdwards' .. defensive play that we had," Officials ruled the infraction 175, and with the 250 pound week for his pass interceptionand .
get loose for 346 yards, block on DeSue'sfirst said Coach Mike Sexton occurred before the and fumble recovery Kenny
tough Baker High team 34-6 when center Jeff snap center made a very hefty
starting
last Friday night. thought to be a school rushing knee touchdown sprung the "Over-all, we just played a Macclenny was penalized five Wildcat front five Aycox. Emmitt Bright, Erie
Coaches have been hoping record. DeSue scored four Jockel Dislocated& a which cap Tornado running back, the tremendous defensive ball yards, and got to punt again. The Tornado linebacking Biggs and Reddish all played
in coach defensive
pra pointed out. heads football
touchdowns on runs of 80, 20, game. The Tornado defense up
all that the Tornado game was "pretty steady .
year 66, and 30 yards. He carried 21 sidelined"cefc1week "Though Macclenny ran the also recovered one fumble and Pooser was named defen- over-all," Sexton said. Jimmy Hansen said. .
offense and defense would suf.
put The ball a little, we still felt like playcd In the place of
f together four quarters of times for a 15 yard average. fered a blow when wideout defense sacked the Macclenny quar- sive lineman of the week, Sex- Clark and Paul Jenkins shar- Biggs to
did
rest Lash-
our a fine job, terback three times Richard Lashley
M football The defense had been "The greatest individual ton said, for "continuously ing strong side linebacker
Richard Lashley was injured Coach Hurse stated. Baker Middle guard Scott Pooser ley more for offeree. Biggs got
whipping that
the Bradford strong point performance I've ever seen in down from a leaping big center. duties. Curtis Crawford
coming High's big offensive line and who led Tornado cramps late in trie game and
Pooser
remaining superior to the a football game," said Coach Lashley was the four again played head on Baker played the weak side line-'
pass. speedy backs, who had with Franklin Bell came in and
tackling 12 individual center Richard Tate
offense even in three losses. Hurse of DeSue's feat. Hurse lodng Tornado been l a 6-5,225 backer and intercepted a "*
pass the
breaking big play on tackles and two assists, also pounder. Pooser weighs 185 "did a very good job.
It was a different story describes DeSue as a "very receiver, had good speed and pass.
Friday night, however, as the deserving young man. He hasa good hands. Ligaments in
Tornado offense put on a great winning attitude about Lashley's knee were torn and
'j : blocking show remmescent of everything, not just football" he was operated on Saturday Baby Reds Drop 12-6 Finale To BuchholzGAINESVILLE
I former championship teams. DeSue had a lot of help morning. His high school .
: There 1 was crunching blocking Hurse pointes out The line football career is over since
I on the line where the'Tornado blocked well, the backs only two games remain. point passing of quarterback Two short runs by Tyson and 13 attempts for 80 yaftls
1 linemen faced Baker High blocked well, "But DeSue did Lashley caught four passes Starke's quarterback Derek Hill hit his Jeff Norman. Ken Norman left the Tor- Running back Tyson carried a
talkies weighing 250 and 230 what he was supposed to do." before he was hurt Friday Baby Tornadoes dropped a tight end Taylor with a 13 Big play in the drive was a nadoes with a third and five whopping 31 times for a total
I pounds. "The offensive line did its night For the season Lashleyhad close 12-6 decision to the Baby! yard pass with 2.47: remaining 19 yard hook-up between situation at the 15. of 121 yards.
Bradford offensive linemen "
I best job to date, says Coach 395 yards and 19 catches Bobcats of Buchholz High in the game for the winning Norman and end Rowland

guards I 111'van and David Lee Casey Godsey, tackles, Perry, Roger Chilson, who tutors the a 21 yard average. "That we'Ii Wednesday Field Nov. 5, on tally. Cummings on a third and five Tyson took things in his own
line. It was the line's best Citizen's here.
I 'lummy Edwards, Keithjiiler Chilson said miss says Coach Hurse. play, putting the ball at the hands, breaking two tackles at
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(' Bobby Smith and there performance was a lot of im-; Tornado backs were also The loss drops the, TorStarke's Anthony Dommon Bobcat 31. the line of scrimmage, to gain
f I (li.nles Keames, and center provement. The line got off praised for their performances nadoes record to 6-3 for the took the opening kickoff and six for a first and goal at the
; Uiwience Budget continually the ball quicker. against Macclenny. season. returned it 14 yards to the 28. On first and ten, Tyson Bobcat nine.
opened gaping holes up the Tight end Steve Ernest was Fullback Jimmy Clark did an swept right end behind excellent There the Buchholz defense
I middle of Baker's 4-4-3 praised by Coach Chilson for outstanding job of blocking, The Baby Tornadoes battled From there the Baby blocking, for another stiffened, and with the aid of
(ll'feOSC. his blocking performance and Hurse said. QB Jimmy Pre- the larger Bobcats on even Tornadoes marched down 16 yards to tee Buchholz 15. two major penalties for t r
1 The Wildcats reacted by for the four passes he caughtfor vatt's execution was excel- terms throughout the contest, field behind the running of The drive stalled, however, holding, took the ball away on
I'I stunting the two inside 68 yards Guard David lent Hurse stated. The BUS only to fall when Bobcat Marvin Tyson and the pin- at the Bobcat 2, when downs. -'- .
I I I defensive tackle Gary Colton Buchholz began moving the -r: \
recovered a Tornado fumbleat ball through the air late in the (T1..t (t Iva
r I EJaGLE the 5. period, reaching the Starke 16 .fti.tCQ.Cl
With a second down at the 13,

I II The tough Baby Tornado Bright turned in another ,
u:stt.aY'rteM.IAI defense did its job, holding the defensive gem, intercepting a ..".
Bobcats to just seven yards in Hill pass at the 6, to end the "God is our refuge/,nd

three plays to force a punt, first half. strength a very present,
help in times of trouble.

Following the exchange, The Bobcats took the second Therefore will not wedear,
Norman began another drive half kickoff and marched to though the earfh-.jbe::
from midfield, passing 19 the Tornado goal, tying the removed, and though the
yards to Cummings down to score on a one yard plunge by mountains be carried Into
the Buchholz 31. Tyson then fullback Ricky Davis. The the midst of the .tea."
carried twice for 13 yards 'Baby Tornadoes defense Psalms 46:1-2

giving Starke a first down at, stopped the two-point try
the Bobcat 18. tackling QB Hill short of the Is there trouble Inyour
goal., life? Even In the midst of
: 1 A e a a e The drive was slowed by two Early in the final period, these troubled days there Is

incomplete passes, but on Buchholz mounted a drive refuge and strength in God
fourth and seven, Norman which carried to the Starke 36. and He wants us to turn to
found fullback Scott Hull The drive was stopped by Him. |
WApE flaring out of the backfield fora defensive back Dale Rogers

I, ? DRESS SLACKS MR. COFFEE II BREWS FWI I mo a"' gain of 16, putting the Baby who alertly picked off a Hill We Invite you to worshipwith
FROM THEM MAKER .., N ? jrY w Tornadoes in business at the pass at the Tornado 28. us next Sunday and
A PERFECT CUP -.n.AAw
Buchholz 4, as the quarter Starke failed to generateany find strength and peace for
j i. 3 99 1b SECONDS came to a close. movement offensively, so ,the living of these days.
g' "KISS-ME" MBY, THE DOLL Tyson started the second punted Dave Carter kicked
-' J' 21.73 THAT REALLY KISSES! stanza with skirting "The; Church with a Heart,
a bang the ball to the Bobcats
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Smartly I tailored In "fobrioe that 0 Stark "
In the Heart of
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I SP i Norman to Hull, fell a the Boat 22; Buchholz began i I Ben BryantPastor .
.. ,l MM met MM** yard short. to leave the score their winning drive climaxedby
a m ..,. :" RM!'live octlon-no hotter!**...... at 6-0. the pass from Hill to &
Ij t ;. od. 18" loll,round hair, blinking Taylor. Min.of the Word
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right Norman tried to bring the William George
r work at the Bobcat 34, after Baby Tornadoes back for the Min. of Music
Big Red defensive back Esau tying score, throwing passesto
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/f Bright broke up a fourth down Hull. Tyson, and Delmar Travis R. Klmbril,
'I / pass out of punt formation. Kilby, but time ran out. Mm.of Education
/ Norman quickly hit Hull for For the day Norman
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better way BUTLER to end.a What's football a Baby Tigers aren't complain- County and Hawthorne each McLeod said standouts for
season than to have a shutout ing.The put six points on the board in the offense were backs Lean-
victory over junior varsity team did games against the Tigers. drew Pringle, Stevie Sirmons,
Having a perfect your opponent? get the win in the final game, For the entire record, the and David Blount.. On the
record.
Well, you can't have but record.didn't get the perfect Baby Tigers scored 146 pointsfor offensive line, McLeod I II Ij
every. Then again the loss
,thing, so the Union seven games. That's an praised left guard Randy
CountyL
was to a team that wasn't in
of almost
the average 21 points Dukes, right tackle Kelly
Tigers' classification.The per game. That's also only Griffis and split end Herschel
final season record was five points per game that the Holmes. Ditto for Stanley
61.The lone loss was to Jack- defense gave up. That's less O'Steen, the offensive guard
sonville Bolles, which is class- than a touchdown per game. who started late in the season.
ified 3-A. Union is in the 2-A
classification.Head "The success of the team McLeod called freahmen I +JJ a I d.i +
JV Coach Wayne was the high scoring potentialof linebacker Joey Norman,
McLeod said this was one of the offense," McLeod said. tackle Jeff Snyder and defen-
the best JV records for the The Tigers have a basically sive end Ray Hampton good
.school in many years. running game, utilizing an performers. Jesse Blount, .i.ir
The Tigers amassed 140 Alabama wishbone lineup. Willie Jackson and Jeff An-' j
points against those six McLeod also said the offense drews were outstanding in the
schools in the 2-A classification averaged about 200 yards per defensive secondary, the Jf' ,. 1" -' ;....,..' \
making a 23-point aver- game rushing.. coach said.McLeod i
age per game. But the defense can't be for- said he was pleased, Squad B of the Small Fry All Star Hag football game In Watson, Frankie Sheffield, Aaron Matthews and Art Baurei.
L Union County gave up only gotten. After all, they help with the performance of the eludes (l-r): Standing in back: Wally Barker Donnie O'Neal Randy
12 points against teams in its opponents to only 38 points for entire team and was proud of Front row kneeling: Don Thornton Len Eaves Drew Brown Howard Starling Randy Thompson Todd McLeod,
'/ classification. Hamilton the entire season. those men who participated. Davis, Jimmy Leonard. Danny O'Neal, R.II. Bryan, Tom Billy Jackson, Richie Overstreet and David Little.
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Starke Citizens Receive $1,797 For Aluminum Recycling In Oct. Scout Troop 70

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received for can has no almost here, and extra money CampoutTwentyone
$1,797.45 from
nolds Rey- the mobile unit is every Tues- side seam or bottom seam and from collecting aluminum for
mobile
last aluminum recy- day from 9:30-11:00: : AM at the is easily crushed by hand. ,recycling will be useful for ..... M boy scouts and
cling unit month. front ,of the TG&Y Store, Also,a magnet will not stick to shopping and entertaining. ._ three adults had a campingtrip
An exhuberant Kathy Reynolds collected 11,983 an all-aluminum can. Youngsters even find to the Montgomery camp
b Teston cheers the Tornadoes pounds of aluminum beveragecans Bradford Square, US 301 recycling an ideal way to by Carolyn Eaves Debbie will assist her. A big near Mayo Saturday and
11.1.> on against Macclenny. and other clean house- South, where the public will Paul Hayden, Reynolds'Regional supplement their earnings Good luck to Brownie TroopNo. thank you to St. Edwards Sunday.The .
Catholic Church for
hold aluminum. receive 15 cents per pound for Recycling Manager, from babysitting or lawn 127. Mrs. Velma Thigpenis providing boys practiced scout
the leader and her the
the aluminum. said, "The Holiday Season is mowing." daughter meeting place. skills, hiking, tent pitching,
Thanks to the StarkeWoman's
"'-- ."" Those attending were:
Club for
; C : sponsoring
Brownies this We all Chuck Register, Terry Car-
I 1) i t: >1lJ appreciate your year.interest in Montgomery ver, Mathew, Todd Box and, Alan Dick

\',:sJ.: scouting.Another thank you to mem- Schmidt, Byron Roberts, Todd
Sammons, Kevin Miller,
bers of First United methodist
I Frank Coss, Kenny Stephens,
01.
.. Church for their contributionto Mike Lawson, Buddy
r the supply fund. We were DeCandio, Kamy Padgett, '
able to replace troop supplieslost
Terry Martin and new scouts:
at Neyati Day Camp. Kevin Leziah and Kevin,
Bradford neighborhood Lester and Roland Randolph. ,.
J JI meeting for Girl Scout leaderswas Adult leaders were Lee
Nov. 6, and every troop Hardenbrook and David
was represented. The topic Montgomery. The troop ex-
a was "registration," which is tends thanks to Don. Har-
I "ugh" as far as leaders are denbrook for making two tripsto
bn.In'. concerned. Mayo for transportation.

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otni I Jody Starling right, receives Bassmasters' trophy for the :
"noJmost improved fisherman during the 1974-7S season from All Winter
Past President Earl! Muse, left and Wayne Mundorff. '

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t Bassmasters will hold heir ,,witP4, \ ; ( fJQfinjte shoreline. eeAiooa Fail Garden: 'IOW '"
November''Ittliijo/nament !(Nov.', Lures", :*!&!\rl. 'this lace( 1
15 at Lake; Kerr.Tournament range from Hapala-Bang-O-. v ,Tomato_ 'insecticide 8
will begin at 6 Lure, purple worm. I'm sure -- ; \ '
end at 6 p.m. each fisherman has his favo- Small Fry flag football ended its season last Wednesday Carey Bramble, Robert Carver, Jimmy Schoening and Fungicide LEAF ,
will be the first tourna- rite lure, but the above men- with two all-star games. Squad A includes (I-r): Robbie McGee.
the Bassmasters have tioned will work. Front row kneeling: Randy Thompson. Art Baures Allen Back row: coaches Randy Crews, Don Thomas and Tony
U.rn.on Lake Kerr. All boats will launch at the lloltzendorf. Greg Chambers, Richie Fender, Kevin Johns Williams. DRAGON TOMATO RAKES 1 1VEGETABLE
Kerr has a beautiful public bop t ramp on the west Jeff Coltrane, John David Francis and Cary Frounfelter. &
I think it has as end of the"lake. Second row standing: Frank Sheffield Rohn Edmondson. '
shoreline as Santa Fe The lake is located south of Jason Bennett Wayne Wall Randy Balcom Brad Brown DUST Your Choice Of Any Leaf

Hwy. 316 between Ft. McCoy .. DeWitt C. Jones Rake on Stock
No logs, stumps, hyacinthsto and Salt Springs. Contains Sevin & Zlnela
contend with, yet; it has a The November will
meeting '
bass history fishing.in producing some fine be at Hwy.the home 18-E; of R.F, Bryanton -TractorWork Mowing Back Hoe : Funeral Home Reg.4 Lb. Bag 2" $1049 20 % Off

I'm sure that March or April Due to a bar-be-que, Mr. Bulldozing Land Clearing .t
would be the better time of Bryant would like for all the STARKE PHONE 964-6200
bassmasters to be at his house Driveways Culverts
year to tangle with old "jaws"in ,
RENTAL
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Lake Kerr, but Nov. should at7 p.m. sharp. Let's all makean t .. GARDEN
provide some good bass fishing effort to be present. Eating Kyle. E. McMurtry HOSPITMt BEDS.III WALttSftS.ClfVTCHES WHEEL CHAIRS I EST CENTER
too. Lake Kerr should be some fine barbeque pork
an excellent lake to have a might change your luck. Most, t r ''KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 O..OL. 539 East Call St.
night tournament on, due to of us could stand a change. 473-3506 473.2283 a..
the semi-clear water along, a a PH. 964-5745'
Bass wishes
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Big Day Set For Dec. 6 With Christmas Parade LETTERS

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t' Bicentennial Flea Market Old CourthouseMarching '

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bands, Christmas Baked goods, Bicentennial game conducted by the Senior LET'SAI.L G O TO THE: BI -

Parade floats, the Bicenten- P CAN qFm k flags, and other Items will be Citizen's Club with Joe Kerri Clerk's Remarks Bring Strong Protest
nial kick-off ceremony and displayed for sale on tables gan as "caller." Tables and CENTeNN IAL. FLEA MARkET

t Flea Market, and tours of the .t placed along Court Street. chairs for this event will be setup Recreational Department
City
old county courthouse will all in the old courthouse, with OEC.eM8ER 6tS Mr. Merrill Edwards This joint agreementhas
combine to make Saturday, 5 OO O Information will be avail all proceeds going for the City Clerk Hall also been beneficial to

Dec. 6, a red-letter day in ;Z able at the Flea Market for courthouse restoration pro-. Starke City Florida both agencies in helping pro-
Starke. t1 persons who would like to join ject. ETERWEGOTOrFLEA vide services to the community. -
I and ride with the Bicentennial
6' LaO in A flag ceremony will also be ( Dear Merrill: .
Plans for the day's activi- }lr'/NN/ Covered Wagon Tram held, and the old courthouse, MARKeT OR X'LC Ballfleld School-
which will visit the for 3. RJE :
ties were firmed up at a meet county will be for inspection I am upset by your state-
by
ing of the Bradford County Bicentennial The Orlando Drum and Fife an overnight stop in February the public open, with old photographs .euel\,. > DARKEN Tth.s ments in the Starke City Coun- owned eliminating land,the therefore cost of again pur-
Committee Monday cil Meeting of November 4.
in Centennial of.Starke displayed for land for the City of
night. uniforms OooR AGAIN 1975. One statement, as I chasing
will present a con- viewing. recall, accused the School Starke. This has also been

Events will start at 10 a.m. cert on the old courthouse Local riders may join the Board of Bradford County of beneficial to the City.

with the annual Christmas grounds following the parade, train here and ride for any not being "trustworthy" 4. New Ballfleld' on Edwards
and the school bands will also distance choose but enough to warrant enteringinto
J Parade sponsored by the they / Road: The VocationalTechnical -
Starke Bradford County be heard in post-parade there are certain regulationsthat $V / YACHING< any agreement. I take School has taken part in,
Chamber of Commerce, with programs. must be observed, and ..' OH strong opposition to such the construction of this project -
three bands taking part- the The Bicentennial Flea Mar- information concerning these HEAD 1 1DAooYi statements. It appears that The City has realized a
Bradford School band rules be obtained at the such statements made in a
High ,
ket will be held throughout the may very substantial savings using
Middle School band, and the day in a roped-off block of Y.Wp. Flea Market. public meeting, borders on the school's heavy equipmentfor
slander and defamation of
25-member Early American Court Street, just east of the Persons this work.
wishing to donate character.
Drum and Fife from
Orlando. Also Corps in old courthouse. Donated itemsof on the way to Washington, articles for the Flea Market Council I submit the above exam-
taking part all description will be D.C I went to the City
may leave them at the home] with of ples as evidence for my total
this annual spectacular will placed on sale, with proceeds meeting a spirit
be the Shriners mobile of Mrs. Elzie Sanders 334 N. I ask that unequivocal rejection of your
parade finance Bicen cooperativeness.
to help Another highlight of the
going day Elizabeth'Walker
I Walnut St., or Mrs. statements alluding to the
unit and the National Guard. '
reciprocate by sharing
tennial projects in the county. will be a continuous bingowe 1400-B Old PLEASE you
; Lawtey that spirit. If a dialogue School Board's unwillingnessto
Road in Starke. w't:
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cooperate.
tf between two governmental

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts ; agencies produces nothingmore Your accusation of the
i will assist in the pick-up, and than mutual trust I School Board "kicking the

I donors are asked to put articles tCounty- submit: that in itself is pro- City out of the planned ballpark"
f in a bag marked "Flea ductive. is another totally untrue ,
Market" and place on their I attended the Starke City statement. An additional

:H etriTcmiALsThe front steps on pick up day, Council meeting by invitationof ballpark was planned at West-
Saturday, Nov. 22. = Councilman Joe Warren, side Park, but it was not completed t
for the sole purpose of answering because of the City's I
I Hampton donors are askedto potential questions own choosing. The School *
y I I II. .. call Mrs. Alice Faye Agents By relative to his proposal, to Board agreed that the area in
Waters; Brooker, Miss Kim .* witExplore: feasibility of question could be used by the'
Hodges; Keystone Heights, Bobby i r' property exchange betweenthe City Recreational Depart
!I. Nation's Loss Miss June Drake; Lawtey, Notebook! t. City of Starke and the ment until such time in the'

Mrs. Lillian Pearson or Mrs. Taylor School Board of Bradford future that the State appro-
Robert Scott. County. priated money for construc-
=
I tion of Phase IV of the Brad-'
The firing of Secretary James Schles- doubt that this is the major reason Persons wishing to donate Your remarks concerningthe ford-Union Area Vocational-

I inger in the recent "Sunday NightMassacre" that President Ford sacked him. Far baked goods for sale at the Various lawn caterpillars with the injured areas being School Board "kicking the Technical SchooL Unfortunately -
I for the was Flea Market are asked to primarily the tropical sod recreational department out the School Board
strikes a heavy blow to the more likely reason purge only two or three feet across. is
bring them to the old court- webworm, are important These fuse and of a planned ball park" cannot forecast the time such
clash with enlarge
intellectual quality of the Ford adminis- Schlesinger's Kissinger. spots .
house grounds on December 6 pests of lawns in Florida. completely out of perspective.For monies will be allocated, as
tration, which sorely needs all the brainsit between 8:30 and encompass large areas of that decision will rest with the

can get. In any case, the departure of Mr. Sch- ,deliver to a:member of noon the, Bicentennial or- The adults of the sod web- lawns in heavy infestations. School your Board edification of Bradford- the wisdom of the State Legisla-
worm are small, dingy brown Small green pellets of excre- lure
lesinger is a major defeat for the prin- Committee on day County has always cooperatedwith
ment the soil
are numerous on
moths with
In an administration not particularlynoted ciple of balance within the government, before sale. about J4 inch.a wing The larvae spread are of surface when the insects are the City of Starke, and My point is the City of )

for brilliant thinkers, includingthe and also the balance of power in a sensi- small, greenish caterpillars present.To not to any loss to the City. Dueto Starke received permission to 'i
world situation. If his in l-2Sth your apparent completelack { use the land for a planned, z
incumbent tive which from inch
President successor
Mr. Sch--
range of of this I
check the lawn for cater- knowledge ballpark for an unknown I
lesinger stood out as a beacon of intelligence the Pentagon turns out to be a sycophant HouseholdHotline. : long when they first emerge pillars examine the grass in will delineate some examples: period of time, but we cannot '
and reasoned judgment. He alone who will shape his military viewsto from the egg to about J/i inch the of/-color areas to deter grant a lifetime commitment.
national long when mature. Labora- mine if the blades have a 1. Westside Park: Built on Fdo not view this as reason to
within the administration dared standup conform to "higher policy" as tory studies indicate that at an school-owned with-
to the monumental of determined by Mr. Kissinger, then it ... chewed appearance. Sod web- property accuse this School Board as I
ego Henry average temperature of 78 worms rest in a curled position out any land cost to the City. being "untrustworthy." iR
Kissinger; and he alone, from all indica- will mean that there is no major figure in degrees F., six weeks is on the soil surface duringthe This ballpark has been benefi- t'

tions, dared take issue with the powerful Washington to sound a voice of warning by Becky Giebelg required for the insect to day and feed only at night. cial to both agencies. After all .P. Hall',
develop from egg to adult. At we do serve the same people. Chairman *
Home
of State of the basic policies which be headingthe Your Extension
Secretary on some against may
72 degrees F., developmentfrom 2. RJE Gym: Schoolownedand
When the is' severely School Board of Bradford Co.
premises of detente. nation on the road to disaster. Econo'llWQUESTION egg to adult requires damaged during grass hot, dry weather free use is enjoyed by the

about 12 weeks.Webworm it may be killed. How-

As Secretary of Defense, Mr. Sch- In a weak explanation of his wholesale : I get skipped larvae as with ever, if the infested grass is

lesinger was responsible for the military firings, Mr. Ford said he did it to put in stitches every time I sew How... other lawn caterpillars, feedon kept well watered, it can FOREST"YTerryA.Reedy

security of the nation. He found nothing "my own team: From the looks of can I avoid this problem. ?**. almost all of the commonly recover from a large amountof

reassuring in the'massive Soviet mill'tary1 things, however; is as mud, or more "(Mrs.- P.B) growl!grasses in Florida. The webworm feeding. II IN BRADFORD COUNTY County Forester
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build-up which continues today, Mr. Nixon's team, since'all of the officials i areas of damage iilll
larvae unable to bite out **
stitches these are :
skipped Try from webworms occur as
even under the shifted to higher positions in the may
existing strategic arms
of but
suggestions: ((1)) Pre-wash., pieces grass only early as April in South Florida
limitation agreement. And he didn't shakeup and played prominent parts in fabric to remove excess finish scrape away grass cells from and populations move slowly The recent battering of Flo- The ten species that ,suf- t
hesitate to speak his mind on this sub- the Nixon administration.We and release fibers. ((2)) Use one side of the grass blade and northward. In North Florida, rida and Alabama trees by fered less from being uprootedwere
I ject, calling a spade a spade. fine needle-ball point or size 11 cause little visible damage to it is usually August before Hurricane Eloise has caused : live oak; palm, bald
and change often. Also clean' the grass. Some many homeowners to be con- cypress, pond cypress, tupelo a
that the damage occurs ,
can only hope "Sunday needles with cotton ball and- years cerned about what kinds of gum, red cedar, sweetgum,
He showed no sympathy for the kind Night Massacre," as it is being called, is alcohol to remove build up When the'worms approach populations North Florida do not reach trees to plant that won't blow sycamore, longleaf pine and v

I of congressional defense cuts which not intended to clear the way for majornew caused by today's fabrics. ((3)) maturity however, damage over on their houses if a tornado mimosa.. 1-
to show almost
threaten to give the Soviets an even U.S. concessions to the Soviets in Use regular thread plate (not overnight appears with up notches There are other factors suchas or hurricane strikes. Pecan, Red Maple, Hickory, ',*

greater edge over the United States. the SALT negotiations, but, in view of zig-zag) with small needle chewed out along the sides of disease, nutritional unbal- Following Hurricane Loblolly and Slash Pine are -f:,
I hole to prevent fabric from and drought that will some of the trees that are '
ance
Both privately and publicly Mr. Sch- the limited facts available, we are deeply being pushed down in the hole. the blades and the grass has a cause off-color areas in lawns. Camille in August, 1969, a most susceptible{ to breakagesand
lesinger voiced a lack of trust in Soviet apprehensive that this will be the most Also a small piece of scotch ragged appearance. Damagedareas The lawn should be examined storm which did even more uprooting.
intentions and sounded 'immediate result. the needle are often first noticed damage to forests and lawn
,
repeated warnings tape placed over carefully to determine what
I hole will the needles' along hedges and flower beds. trees than Eloise, the U.S. Since most of Bradford and
form of detente help as corrective measures are
against a favored
i. ,
j Injury begins in a few. spots Forest Service did a study to Union Counties are wetlands
I by Kissinger, which gives the Soviets Once again, as in the Nixon pardoning, soft can still fabric go doesn't.through but((4)) the In, needed. find out something about the anyway, rains that come with -

much, but the U.S. very little in return. and many ill-considered Congressionalvetoes crease pressure on the When It is established that wind resistance of trees. hurricanes can easily loosen

I Mr. Ford has demonstrated that pressure loot if necessary. (DaQL! ($ ID OG1QQQQCQ sod webworms or other lawn Their findings the ground, subjecting trees to
Mr. he have the of were pub- uprooting under the ::
making a the pressure
I Schlesinger's outspoken viewsi might capability caterpillars are problem, lished widely, but bear repeating of don't
and manner of operation apparently irritated mediocre Congressman, which he was QUESTION: Can Ap ( ( J start the control measures They found that while no high winds. And hurricanes kid
yourself by saying
plesauce be frozen? (Mr. promptly. Sod webworms, in
I members of but for yearsbut a President??? species of tree is totally wind.
many Congress, many B.H.) particular, complete their break up before they get so far
firm, three species live oak,
By WilllamS. Haas inland. Hurricane Eloise did
development quickly
I ANSWER: YES. Apple-- Service OfficerA very pond cypress and bald cypress quite a bit of damage to treesas
after they reach a size where
sauce to be frozen should be seem to withstand forceful
much
E carefully packed into containers they cause noticeable damage winds better than most. as eighty-one hun-
I Sick'of Sick TV? that allow "head dred miles inland. ,

space" then just seal and recent law extends Trees that survive usually \
freeze. vocational training to Use effective insecticides. have a deep, wellestablishedlateral Minesinger
veterans with as little 10 Recommended materials are roots, strong taprootsand
Columnist Steve Dunleavy maintainsthat so much as the massive insult to our collective QUESTION: owed $50 on a percent service-connected as sevin or diazinon sprays. buttressed (or flared) To Ask for

"average Americans are sick to intelligence."Well charge account. However, disability.. trunks. And, as in the case of
death of being insulted by the garbagenow their statement claims I owe Treat the entire lawn thoroughly live oak, the wood itself is
being dished out to them" by the $500. I'm sure this is a mix up Prior to the enactment of giving particular exceedingly strong and resili- RehearingRegarding
I don't have to watch Norman in computer billing but I've the law persons rated less attention to areas obviously ent.
television networks. And we suspect Lear's aberrations to learn about paid the$50 1 owe and they are than 30 percent disabled could heavily inrested. Make spot 'a court order
that many more Americans would also divorce, pre-marital affairs, abortions, sending threatening letters. be enrolled In a vocational treatments only if the lawn Some simple, but obvious issued through the Clay
share his choice of words.In What can I do to protect my rehabilitation program only if can be watched from day to facts that can be seen even in County Circuit court tames
or homosexuality. Neither does a long- credit rating? (Mrs. V.O.) they had what was found to be day. the aftermath of Eloise (the Keystone optometrist '
suffering and very intelligent American "employment handicap." damage of which is just being H. state er, Dr.
a recent column he wrote: We are not docile infants who ANSWER: You now have a Jar attachments to garden evaluated): the taller the tree, Minesinger he feels} the
public. .
have to be fed and not valuable legal platform from This new law removed that hoses are an excellent type the greater its chances of court was in error.
we are
"Rhoda's mother talks about havingan pap which to argue with the computer restriction, allowing veterans'with sprayer for home gardeners to breaking, especially if the Through his attorneys, Dr.
affair with her doctor. Well, isn't that mental patients who have to be given The Fair Credit Billing 10 percent and 20 percent use when combating lawn trunk has little taper. Minesinger has asked the
too for periodic shock treatments. Act, federal legislation, which disabilities in need of pests. Put I[the amount of In- court for a rehearing which
funny words? was effective October 28, 1975 rehabilitation to receive up to secticides in the jar (Sevin: Also, shallow-rooted trees, has been set for Dec. 15, 1975.
-, "Abbot and Costello got their share of spells out the procedure that four years of training l'i cups and Diazmon: J4 cup) such as pecans, are easily The action, which has beenin
r "Maude bad an abortion. Absolutely laughs without once discussing a both you and your creditor 'provided termination dates for 1,000 sq ft. Fill the jar the uprooted particularly if the the courts since this past
hysterical, isn't it? hysterectomy must follow'when billing' generally nine years after rest of the way with water. soil has )been saturated by summer, was initiated by
errors are made.If discharge have not passed. Spray out the contents of the heavy rains recently. Trees Starke optometrist Wayne W.

"Archie Bunker has a fixation about "Burns and Allen laid us in the aisles you believe have been Veterans qualifying may jar using 15 to 20 gallons of growing in sandy soil are Whiffen, after Minesinger
', the toilet with his other assorted for a decade, and never mentioned wife- charged an incorrect you amount,' train at colleges or univer- water per 1,000 sq. ft of lawn. deeper-rooted ( thus more broke off his employment with
along Do the lawn after ) than trees Whiffen
sities, vocational or technical not water protected growing in Starke and openedan
swapping or perverted sex. write your creditor within 60
vulgarities. Isn't that a howl'r'The days. Give your name and schools or in on-job, on-farm spraying. in clay soil. office three days per week
list could go on forever, but Mr. "Were we morons to find those people account number if known, and 'training programs. If in Keystone Heights
Trees with limber
Dunleavy says "...the howl will be even funny and laugh till our sides split?" explain what you believe is Incorrect necessary, training may be the It lawn may be necessary 3 or 4 to weeks treat open crowns offer foliageand less Whiffen claimed that

louder if I ever get my hands on those and for what amount. pursued as special throughout every the season. In- resistance to the wind. This Is Minesinger breached a

television tycoons who force-feed us this No, Mr. Dunleavy, the American The creditor must respond rehabilitation facilities or In spect the lawn about 3 weeks a good feature because trees contract agreement betweenthe

garbage."It people are not and were not morons. The within 30 days to your letter tutorial their own assistance homes. has Although been after spraying and every few that can spring and give with two which stipulated if the
and must resolve your billing thereafter the wind won't break. joint practice was dissolvedthat
to
real those devoid of days detect re-
morons are so any provided vocational
complaint within 90 would
not
days.- Minesinger
with its small
really bugs the living daylights out real talent or ability to write an enter- During this time, the creditor rehabilitation trainees' in the infestations promptly. 'and Cypress mimosa, with its crown light,, open a practice within 35

of me to see our biggest medium of taining and truly humorous television may not send letters demandIng past when needed, it's lacy crown, are windfirm miles of Starke for two years.In .

entertainment being turned into a slush script that they substitute dirt.. Since payment, threatening you availability the first time was in specified Public Law by My 'Neighbors .species. upholding the contract

pond for the underbelly of life. It's not their minds are incapable of reaching for or with otherwise an adverse try credit to collect report the, 93508. < According to the U.S. Forest between Whiffen and

prudishness that the stars, they stay in the gutter. 'Service the ten Minesinger Judge Gordon A.
prompts my outrage ''disputed amount. .'This new law also increased survey Duncan,Jr issued a two-year(
the maximum grant to species that incurred the least which
injunction from
NO runs
In addition, the creditor breakage (in
-, vocational rehabilitation LOITERING were descendingorder March 11, the date
cannot submit any disputed trainees' in the agencies work ) : live oak, palm, bald Minesinger's employmentwith
SRI amount as delinquent to credit pond sweet-
study program from$250 to cypress cypress Whiffen was dissolved,
reporting firms such as credit $625 enrollment'period' r gum, tupelo gum, mimosa enjoining Minesinger from
per t
,0 bureaus. If a credit reporting and the time to pay the dogwood, magnolia andsweetbay. practice in an area within a 35
miliji- firm is contacted, the creditor enrollment grant from 100 to mile radius of Starke.

4 must inform them the amountis 250 hours. At the same time, 'II" '
0t' in dispute and you must be the limit on the number of CORRECTION' ; 1'
notified that this information '
\ work trainees' was
1 ) BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER has been passed along. removed.study Your Veterans! In the Oct 30 issue the Telegraph incorrectly reported that

'go N Publishers Service Office is in the' the city expected a $450,001) increase In utility usage in bud-

Published each Thursday and entered as second das Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla. under Act Perhaps you have ,askeL'f:!e courthouse.Box getary planning for the upcoming year.-The figure should .
some of these same question have been $130,000. The Telegraph! I also> stated that utility 6usage
of March 3. urn or have other questions a w"s would total $2,766,580 in the budget, a figure that ?'
Subscription rate in trade area ffiperyear.: $3.50 six months.Outside related to home economics* If' 1028 Starke, Florida should have been $2,333,733.
trade area: .7 per year: $4.00 six months so, please contact Mrs. Becky\ 32091, or call me on weekdaysfrom
964-6306 Startle, Fta.F Giebeig, County Extension 8 a.m. 5 p.m. at 964- "III drink'to bat The Telegraph apologizes for the error. and welcomes 3

Home Economics Agent, P.O. 6554. editorial responaei < J' wtJG-: ;
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I (Io'romIi g i p' last year.In Superintendent Jockel ( Page 1)) Merrill Edwards, who admits vices director Jesse Moore longer occupied the building, School.In its last year'of oper-
. rather than varying cuts'from the decision to raise reported the "rumor" that of total opposition to the bargain. Monday night to hold a public ownership would revert to the ation RJE was K-fi. In 1968
school to school. prices, chairman Rodney Hall two percent of allotted state Spengler Richard Superintendent Admitting that "potential Is auction of leftover property at city. That happened in 1967 with the Supreme Court's desegregation -
would Through this, said at the Aug. 26 meeting funds might be cut, although Schools Jockel and there," Hall notes that the the RJE school and gave when a new armory, the present ruling because
no more employee than another, he be said.cute that the board was promoting, there was no confirmation on the school board attorney to .Idea is "unique" and deserves Davis the go-ahead to make one, was constructed on ellective here,enforced under
The cost of school lunches a 10 percent increase when the matter from Tallahassee. Investigate the trade. consideration. necessary repairs to the roof Edwards Road. U.S. Department of Health,
went five cents at the food costs have doubled. tie Jockel later told the Tele- "Off the top of my head, it Although the school board of the RJE gymnasium.
beginning'of up the school also disagreed with the con- graph that the two percent cut doesn't sound too good," Gas- would allow recreation direc- Repairs will 1 be done with RJE is the former black Education, and Welfare
drawing an increase of about year, cept of subsidizing food ser was expected before Christ- kins said, although he agreedto tor Davis to retain office leftover materials from the and elementary (HEW) guideline by the LI.S.
14000. The move was intended vices deficits out of the mas, and, if need be, more join the committee because, spaces in the former Armory, torn-down high school build- the county. With high the school in First District Court of Ap'
to help the board break- operating budget.Advocating might be sliced from the fund- "Id like.to know more aboutit. Davis opposes the move ings to alleviate material of schools blacks integration in the peals. It has not been used!
even even alter a $12,000 defi- efficienty of ing before the school year is ." because it would stifle programs costs, Davis said, because higher grades were since 1968
cit last year..The system was personnel, board member out."Well "There is a need for the city, until the building refurbishing "the facility is still heavily transferred to Bradford gradually
$40.000 in the red after the Arthur Gaskins noted Monday we are a school system and I don't see that we have is complete at the used and is still in usable con- High
1973-74 school year.Commodities night that the school board not the prison system. any need of it," commented RJE school. He also objects dition except for the roof."
worth $13,000 might best benefit by keeping The prison system is the only Mrs. Spengler of the RJE that bills incurred due to util- The old Armory was built
remained on inventory from people that are needed but agency that can get more school property.On ity usage have not been discussed back in the early 1930's as a
removing extra or idle per money out of Tallahassee," the other hand, the WPA work project.There wasa G, .
sonnel from the payroll. commented Mrs. Spengler. property on US-301 is valuable Meanwhile, the school reverter clause which said JLiiJLJ: SALES
Overstaffing of school cafe- CAMP' according to city clerk board authorized general ser when the National Guard no AUTO
terias has been discussed at yTlOr MEANS .... -.. .., .. -'",
several board meetings. ,''A CAREFULCAMFERk4T -= 473-4470 ft 473-4078
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directed put the school to explore lunch system means on to ;Die/ / ernini 1974 Ply. Gold Duster

1't. a break-even basis, althoughno 1974 Dart Custom
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curred. C.ti/i.J Price. 11,000 MOn.
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the world today over mea Trucks In The Entire Lake
between Community State $2 Region.
suring systems. One country Bank and Florida Bank, alter See Olin He Will Trade
will use one method and nating accounts every' two Come and See Them For YourselfAt

the system.next Adding country to another all this years.on-the-spot Board failed decision to reachan how to save Hwy 100 ft Hwy 21 in Keystone

confusion Is the "nautical ever, on which bank would be 8 For "Anything"from
mile" used by seamen to awarded the account when the ,/ Heights.
measure distances over the decision into effect in yourcarpet I
seas. June of 1976.goes An obvious con- Looking Forward To Seeing You. . |
The nautical mile is not sideration was given to the f,
even the same length in fact that Florida Bank offered Gene John & John
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various countries. In this computerized service, but ,
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country, seamen considera Community State promised a A
nautical mile to measure special I bookkeeper to handle Steamex gets the dirt othe
6080.2 feet. But Englishmen the accounts. methods don't reach I 1973 Trk f 1970 Cad. Cpe. Deville
Toyota
consider a nautical "Let's see what the banks Removes old shampoo! R..' Sharp Loaded With All
sip Bump r 4 Sod. Radio a ...
mile to be 6080 feet. Either can offer before we made the Th.Equipment.Plus C tr A
S.v. On ThIS One.
Carpet dries I Battleshipto Heater
way:the nautical I mile is a decision" suggested chair qulcklylCall Real l NIC. Or.'
great deal more than the man hall for dealer nearest you! $2250 $1995"CLEAN j
l land-measured. mile and so -Agreed to have school Jo it yourself and save
the confusion becomes board property containing six ........IJ!
even greater to the laymen lots appraised for sale to high-
est bidder. Nearly 3 acres 2 $2 UP SALES"All
Confusion is what we are were assessed at $17,668, Hall
trying to avoid. Our primary said in obvious error. Proce- the Billy Goat. Trades Must Go! )
purpose for being in dural steps in the sale of the 7j @
business is to provide the property would also. be in
very best possible serviceto vestigated. All "Cheap" and All "As Is"
our customers. We make --Unanimously agreed to
our customers "feel at withhold payment of$159.56 to STEMIUXcarpet Would You
home"when they are deal architect Craig Salley until 1966 Ford 1971 Pontiac:
ing with us. Sample the demolition area around the cleanerHere's
S.lirl Wagon.AT PS AC.Goad
Oalol' XL. Buck*' sues _
service today high school is cleaned up and ,..'pYYYrany'aTVbrhnn Believe. Auto -- .Trim.,W.y "low sock Only I B J<
Console Trani.
passes school board inspee-, -......-.... .. .
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S KE.cLOoA policy, but to rental price. For dealer Used & Repossessed 1968 Cadillac: 1966 Cadillac4Dr. :
limit distance between
stops
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nearest you call.Paul's : 4 Dr. HT. Runt A Has Good HT. Runt And Has Good
unofficially ,Inspection Sticker 'Inspection Stick-
L Mobile HomesOLIN'S $399 $149KEYSTONE

Drive-In Cleaners

418 W. Call
MOBILE HOME fil J HTS.
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Starke Fla.
W : CI AUTO SALES
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Badcock Furniture Expansion CompleteBill I : : Come See Us For 0311I 1I I II

Wilson owner and operator of Badcock Furniture
located at 128 S. Walnut Street in Starke, has completed I Great Savings r
remodeling the old Bradford County Library part of his I : i1 JIHI 11F -l" ---1: I II
store. This expansion nearly doubles Badcocks furniture '!N' '
display space. Badcocks has occupied the same building for J =

the past 13 years. I I EVCI1 INC I ei ( I

Mr.Wilson now offers a much wider selection of name brand vI z rN
appliances including washing machines, ranges and refri- I I
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gerators. In addition to the appliances Bill has expanded his FLOOR SHOW GOING ON ; ; ,
stock of living room dining room and bedroom suites. .
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The additional space will enable Badcocks to stock a larger
variety of merchandise. Mr. Wilson's main priority Is to : CQHCEC) ?
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provide the customer with a selection of furniture in quantities I i : e,."\ I
not offered In many other Badcock locations. Q0000, Dr, H rnande

Badcocks also has a 'limited amount of damaged or used I : 3 t> 0 0[ ] OHIO I

furniture. This permits Bill Wilson to offer furniture and Eabt Call StNew
appliances for any budget. Go by and see Badcocks ex-
pansion and talk to Bill or Cord.ll about your furniture or I 0140 I
take of fantastic sale
appliances needs. Now, advantage a on Old.
floor models and demonstrators. Great .. '
I,,maBUCKS I Singer* sewing machines with features that onl I These sewing machines were taken as trade-Ins.! I
All have been expertly repaired and reconditioned
make the leader in and
Singer performance to perfect working order. Look at the I low, low i
I value. Guaranteed(just like any other Singer t prices.. Quantities limited, hurry for first choice. I
sewing machine these demonstrators and .', Phone Number

FLEA MARKET I floor models look new, work like new and 1, I

they're super-low IrICedHu!, ryl! r PORTABLES FROM


,,At,Putnam Hall Flan I :I SAVE $1.000 r 964-6363. $2995 to $3995 I II

6. Mi..,E. Of Keystone Hwy 100
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I $10000 !l BJl:t" ( ) We have a Credit Plan ''I I
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N.OWOPENSELLER : P designed to fit your budget
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OR GEORGIA SHIPPED.V F/VI ft I PURE ALL VEGETABLE I ,. 2'..

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FRESHFRYERS ) I Sunday: Sunday School",

SUPERMARKETS@ II CRISCO I 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,.
,
11 a.m.; Usher &: Hostess
STARKE Meeting, I 5 p.m.; Church
Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening
Worship, 7:30: p.m.
SOUTH Monday: Girls Ensemble,
WALNUT320 ST.. I SHORTENING 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir,7 p.m.
Tuesday: Junior Choir, 3:30:

W H 0 L E ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD WED., NOV. 12 3 L B CAN p.m.Men's; Rally Associational& WMU Baptist Study
C THRU WED., NOV. 19, 1975.QUANTITY.RIGHTS I I and supper, 6:30: p.m.
4 9 RESERVED. Wednesday: .Family Night
2 PER WITH THIS COUPON. GOOD ONLY AT STARKE'S FOOD Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday
we are pleased to accept FAIR STORE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12 THRU NOV. 19, 1975. School Meetings RA's, GA's,

BAG LB IliLim U.8.0,A. FOOD STAMPCOUPONS TOBACCO LIMIT-1 COUPON PRODUCTS WITH EXCLUDED.R MORE FOOD ORDER. Mission Acteens,Friends World 6:45:Friends p.m.;,

I "Hour of Power" 7:30: p.m.;

4111 .. .. .. iii .. Adult Thursday Choir:, 8:15 Visitation: p.m. 9:30:

a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. .

EvcryDayLowPricc 1 EveryDayLowPrice T EveryDayLowPrice lEveryDayLowPrice Visitation Saturday, 1:30: 8 p.m.:a.m.Bus; Youth Ministry Visitation


SAVE SAVE SA cE A Y
BEEF 3115 21LE PORK SHOULDER > C St. Mark's .
BONELESS BEEFSTEAK EATING OR COOKING


\I.: SIRLOINSTEAK SMOKEDPICNICS ALL PURPOSE Church

/1 Church mnttmmt JaokMn. Street
/ APPLES THE ..VUOHN M. PLVNN. I,


6 TO 8LB Thursday, November 13:
I II II 3:30: p.m., Junior Choir Practice -
!F' U.S. GOV T. U.S. GOV T. AVG. 3 49 ; 7:30: p.m., Senior Choir
I I Practice.
I INSPECTEDCORN WATER S S
INSPECTEDCORN Sunday, November 16: 8:30:
FED LB FED LB ADDED _B BAG a.m., Holy -Eucharist; 9:45:
a.m.; Church School; 11 a.m.,
Holy Eucharist; 5 p.m..,

EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice 1 EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrice p.m.Junior, Senior E.Y.C.E.Y.C.Meeting',Meeting.; 6:45: "

(WI NYI .WI Mtt I/YI Nn tAW Monday,November 17:: 2:30
BONELESS BEEF 11 BONELESS BEEF 21 BONELESS 21' BEEF I THAT 10' LOTS OFCHICKENi 10' SWEET AND MELLOW\ 4' U. a. NO. 1 B p.m.,Girl Scout Troop No. 614..
PACK Wednesday, November 19:
SHOULDERSTEAKS CHUCK POTROAST STEW Golden Ripe WHITEPOTATOES 2:30: p.m., Brownie Troop No.
GROUND | LIVER 311; 6:30: p.m., PARISH FAMILY -
PIECES BEEF SKINNED* DEVEINED irrP.l :W. cl'l' BANANAS! GATHERING..


CORN US GOVTINSPECTED FID'$168 LB CORN INSPECTED UI CIon FEO '128 I 2 PKG.4LB TO $138 'KG.2T0 L. 69 WVMIUMO.,,Iwm ADI IDA'OHOIONQI* 55 u C :1fAI'C/_,** 15CL SE 8 C FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

CHURCH ..
--------- .. N.Cherry St. .
EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceUSD Sunday School 9:45: a.:m..
GIANT' iii5 & SELF RISING' Morning Worship 11 a.m..
re--- 1 IA fIii l Guest Pastor John G. Taylor,',
BOUNTY I CORNISH* GRADE A CUBE BEEF CHUCK 11 FLOUR Jr. Covenant, Jacksonville.PresbyterianChurch


I WHITE COLORS& ASS'T. 29 (tD1D! I GAMEHENS STEAKI 5 LBBAG I 7:30:Choir p.m.Practice Thursday,
59 '
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WED.NOV.1>.,....LIMIT. I OP EACH CENTS OFP COUPON WITHMOKE A 17 90 J S GOV T I WITH,THIS COUPON.. ....AT PANTRY PRIDE' OR Old STORES WED,NOV.12.
FOOD ORDER TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED SAVE I 730 ON THIS' I WED. NOV 1 1 LIMIT.1 OP" EACH CENTS OFF COUPON" WITH II ST
L:.... LIMIT' OP ROLLS OFFER. .:0"L. .. .' MORE POOD ORDERpSACCO' _PRODUCTS'. EXCLUDED' 'I4/J/ TH"UhJ\ ..1 .,A .I1J 9J t od."J". .
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COMPARE LOW IVINVDAY PRICKS' ) YOU UP SAVE TO i COMPARE OUII''TD LOWPEID/II' YOU UP SAVE i COMPARE OUR..OAV.. YOU SAVELOW I
TO PRICES'' UP TO
I I AGREATGIFTIDEA! First Assembly of God
PANTRY PRIDE '1601 PKS PIUMROSE IMPORTED In PK8 I PANTRY PRIDE.ASS'I. lot CUP corner of Brownlee andWeldon

Sliced Bologna 95C 'i Sliced Ham Man 30'1 Yogurt 4/M/ 1 40 1 I Food Gift Certificates Pastor Streets Charles, will Whatley'ssecond celebrate

PANTRY PRIDE 1201 PKB A II SUNNYLAND FRESH SAUSAGE JOol PNTR'FIIOE CREAMED '.'l| CUP anniversary on Sun-
Skinless Franks 69 '' Breakfast Links $ I 199 20' '' I '" ,,,, ,- ... day, Nov. 16.
i [ Cottage Cheese 89 I' ::::;' = :;::; ;= I. The day will start at 10 a.m.
for Sunday School. At 10:30
LAND'FROST ASSORTED Sot Pill HORMEl II PKS -I HOOD I00% PURE QUARTS *; I m:t.LE. ... ..11".11.r'I' -. the Gospel Revelators :of
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Chipped Meats 45s 10jSkinTess I Franks $129 1 i Orange Juice 3/89/ 10' 1 sroui a GIVE AGIFT ,- -.9 #4' Starke service will with begin.30 minutes worship of

FINE TASTE II PUG I PANTRY PRIDE I II TUB I SEA STAR HEAT I CAT 2 LI PKI I .. -' gospel 1 singing.A .

Oleo Quarters 35' 10'1 1 Soft Tub Oleo 5 3 12' 1 Fish Sticks $119 1 20'PEElED I OF FODOII M.WW.r.11W foN OW d.CWMe I eWM1 NF will final be taken Sunday at 11 school a.m.count If by

I DE VEINED 111 PKS I PANTRY PRIDE ISEASTAINEATIUT2UPU REDEEMABLE IN ANY OF aua.uanwnaa then there is 100 in attendancethe
I lei
Cooked Shrimp 99" 20'I! Sour Cream 49 e' Fish J Cakes 89* 10' I I OUR CONVENIENTLYLOCATED STORES FOR HOLIDAYS...BMTHOAYSDONATIONS. the Following pastor Church will to preach.Hit the The worship Roof of'

w BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl service there will be dinner on
the church grounds and a
EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice gospel sing until about 4:30:
p.m.At
7:30: p.m. Sunday night
everyone will gather at the
SAYE SAYE SAVE church and B. Jim Creel,
f PANTRY PRIDE p lit BARONET 11 DEL MONTE 34t ROYAL 3E; pastor God of will Oceanway begin Assemblyof a revival


FRUITCOCKTAIL Yellow ClingPEACHES CUT GREEN these meeting.The activities.public. Is invited to all


BEANS MethodistChurch

COLA To Host District
29oz CAN
Conference

17oz 16oz 8 PAK Nov. 18
2/89 PLUS DEPOSIT16oz
CANS CAN The Gainesville district
BTL.CUSTOMER. conference and missionary
rally will be held at the First

COMPARE QUO LOW EVEHVOAY PMICESI' YOU UP SAVE TO COMPARE LOW EVERTOAV PRICES YOU UP SAVE TO COMPARE. OUR LOW EVEKTOAV PRICE,' SI, YOU UP SAVE TO II Tuesday United Methodist,Nov. 18,starting Church at en 4

KUENGUA D 901. | PATTIES CHUNK IURCERS 7201 IA"TRY, PRIDE lloi I SERVICE NOTICE p.m.The ,missionary rally will
'. Furniture PolishARM 39 30' i Pantry Pride Dog Food $ 1 199 88' i 69* 10' begin at 7:15: p.m. India and
.. Grape Jam or Jelly I YOUR CURRENT CHECK-CASHING COURTESY the Spanish ministry will be
I HAMMER 'ISIS | PANTRT PRIDE WHITE I ASS T.-170 S1. I'*"'"* PRIDE"H"(PO YELLOW no ct. I CARD EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 1875. featured. Florida Bishop Joel
Aero Oven Cleaner 99 -' i Paper Towels I 2/8/ I Facial I Tissue 3M SO'I AT AND YOUR PICK CONVENIENCE UP YOUR NEW,176 STOP CARD BY THE, WHICH OFFICE IS and McDavid the Rev.will Reinaldo speak of Toledo India
I will talk about Spanish
1 MINUTE 4201Quick PANTRY PRIDE 401 I I USABLE IMMEDIATELY.IF
ministry in Florida.
i i 15" CAN ALL VCEETAHC
Oats 79 24' {1 Black Pepper 69C' 10 Snow Drift $149.I I YOU DO NOT NOW HAVE A CHECK-CASHING Dr. C. Durward McDonell
( ShorteningilNT CARD, WE WILL BE PLEASED TO ISSUE ONE TO ,district superintendent., willpreside.
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15" CAN ONE GALLON ,
Pantry Pride Spinach 4/1/ 34''' jPantry Pride Rinse 85(i 24'l|Viva ROllS Towels 100$0 FT., 2/$1/ 14'1 WE APPRICIATI YOUR BUSINESS

1 ... THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING
PUIN I SELF RISING' i II HALF GALLON Carl Moiley
Pantry Pride Flour 68g "' i I Pantry Pride Bleach 38P '" I Quaker INSTANT NAN I TALON Grits FtAVOn In 3/$1/ 1 47,1 47'1 PANTRY PRIDE! JACKSONVILLE. Carl R.


EveryDaYtowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice Mosley,37,died Nov.8 In Bap-
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INT illness.
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10' 14' Il'U I Party Flake 19 10' IUI Funeral services were Nov.
GRAINMACARONI
Snowdrift 11 at 3 p.m. in the DeWitt C.
APPLESAUCE PUNCH BROWN 'N SERVE FRUIT Jones Chapel at Starke. The
& Shortening DETERGENT Rev. Leonard Melton and the
CHEDDAR Nrd. Rev. Jack Hall officiated.
Burial was In Kingsley Lake
89 39 .Cemetery. '
725oz Born in Lawtey,Mosley wasa
member of the Evergreen
Baptist Church. .
------- Survivors include .
his
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N R LMiL.sEveryDayLowPrice: : ; Alice Hall Moaley; his
GENERAL. MILLS. mother, Carrie/Bell Norman,
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i LUCKY CHARM: PI.SOMMAw CHERACOL S; 1 TOTALCEREAL "I .Jacksonville Mosley, Jacksonville; one son;Randy three

I CEREAL ; DOUIlUIDM CONTAC I I I 'Jacksonville daughters ,and Rene Brenda Mosley and

': BLADES ,sYRUp CAPSULES I KImmy Mosley, both of
14oz : : Miami
PACKAGE 12oz PACKAGE' ; three sisters Mrs.,
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1 Sandra
WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE I 3/1 I a WITH THt8 COUPON AT PANTRY VNIOB. Patricia Kilgore HTckox.Lawley Macclenny.(Mrs. .
OR Qrd STORES WED.,NOV, 12, "Go 79 C. 20 $179, OR O/d STOVES I ,
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News at low, low prices! D GI.AS

FIR
ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER .

NAACP Meeting F RU

The monthly meeting of the I 'MAS
NAACP will be held Monday Jh TIC
night November 17 at FreeWill I COLGATE EARTH BORN EE
Baptist Church in Law-
tey,' Fla. All members and INSTANT "TWIN PAK SACCHARIN
interested citizens are invitedto
attend. SHAMPOO ;
SHAVE 1 JIBB Y
NoticetBradfordUnion! 4 TYPES KEYSTONE '
AND .
AssociationFor Limit I Two r
Retarded Citizens will 11 oz.
CREME .
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meet Thursday night at 7:30: at REG.. MENTHOL 115X. CAMERA .,
the counThreeSchool Board OR LIME. RINSE 1 000 CI INSTANT A tr..You,C'n u.. '

presented, "Can a Parent will Be be (LIMIT ONE) EACH 4 OZ. OUTFITLOAD rtOado Year EaIY.,fo.... Year.r,d t.r ; L :;;t:
Human?" "I Owe You SACCHARIN Packr' ;
Nothing,'.'. and "Jobs Well USES R'aular 14_ reaiy"EG. : H.;Its
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Done.".-Flea Market \Colgate\INSTANTSHAV // v, t=;%1 : GRAIN t/e SELF-MAGI- | 9 SP'"AL 121NCH 55' Ii 'fl.

If you have articles to con- 46' 49 59 CUBES RED99 ORIAPER '::t!
tribute to the BicentennialFlea REG f avoirs :r"'
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Market Walker, please at 964-6683.call The Elizabeth ONE LIMIT 12.99 33 ,, ty> f?toIJ

Flea Market will be held REG. 83.99c
Saturday, Dec. 6, on the old HJS Pi
courthouse grounds. Proceedswill /
be used for the local Bicentennial -M *
Join in rURE
program. f
the fun and help celebrate our $ LIGHT SET

nation's 200th birthday. 2"MAYFAIR
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VAN WYCK ASSTD f 7J' t
Dell Chapter 188 OES FLORID A
Dell Chapter 168 OES will SCENES W '
hold its regular meeting H gEL 400 or 710 CHII
COFFEE-
tonight In the Masonic Hall on SrMASqEG
CASSETTETAPE -
Brownlee Street at 8 p.m. All CARDS '
members are asked to pleasebe ,,,. '
MAKER 1.29'
present for a very important 2 SCT. ASSORTED. .,.
meeting. PRESTO HEATER
RECORDER iEfflel.nhlnll..I.m.nt +
Church News Y ,, From Van Wyck Ie /'
heater.Radiant Un WITH "That's Coffee" is -
Allen
Greater Chapel AME r
the automatic drip __ 80MADE J.c:
Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie s 'orc.dh..t.in.t.ntll/.Th.rmo.t.tlccontol. aa :
Service schedule R chroma safety grille, safety trpowr.witch, BUILT-IN coffeemaker with the I ; ,,-0S9\

pastor.Prayer follows:meeting Weekly and services class as: i s r11 s Portable.styling.-Convenient carrying handle.Attractive CONDENSER fine triple!, flavor.filter, system Makes for 2- PKG. OF 5 . .REG., .79'. . SI .tt"". ,?.

meeting combined each Tues- MICROPHONE 10 cups of delicious REG 99' \ ff.::
day1 at 7 Senior Choir g restaurant style coffee lO'L 1,
p.m. REG. ,
rehearsal each Tuesday'' 1t1: 18" 24.95 YOUR 1995 in, minutes and 1999 ItiT 1'"
REG. $21.99 keeps it serving hot.
before the first and third Sunday 80" .
REG. 24.99 ..
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at 8 p.m.All members are CHOICE : 10D1 SETS'
MODEL
asked to please cooperate with t
this activity. Sunday services .
wilf begin with church school 3fi 11"
a19:4: $,Morning Worship at 11 PROCTOR SILEXJUICER INCH ;
a.m.,choir union at 3 p.m.The NS vo Oz. POLAROID W
UMBD
Pew Rally is 6 p.m. Everyoneis SERGE GIFT 7 7Ex1RADRY
invited. WRAP
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Greater Bethlehem Free- 4 POLACOLOR 2 .
will Baptist Church, Rev. LOTION CRYSTAL LIKE .

Jasper Williams pastor. Ser i 54 TYPE 108 FILM ELECTRICITY DOES THEWORKI .8 ;.r.
vice' schedule as follows: REGULAR .. Pc
Revival is in all this }
progress II" DISPENSER \, BUNC !f1
REG. 1399
week. Sunday baptism will be TWO' "" H
held In the 11 a.m. Worship I LIMIT ''I' ", Ii" r sr 34 4
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service. Talent week will _; . t
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begin Nov. 17. Choir anniver- ;: ,2 CT. .
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sary will be November 21. s ,.,,,,,,, U" ''.''.- _C .
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Notice!Notice Ilq -
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The Choir will Ri'4 !1 : I GENERAL v'R'
Community : /
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meet Saturday afternoon at MINT, tvPi I 11, ir': z"j"j ELECTRIC .. :
6:30 at. Greater Bethlehem / m-
FreewW t Baptist CWuTcTi: AIr LIMIT t FLORAL PRINT :M'
member}ar> .asked to please '!" ,THREE I. SUPER
be present. Mrs. Jessie Mae 'j R 11\111 .\J ---- -= SCHICK FRESH THREE STYLES
BLANKETSf
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Berry is president. ---
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Ebenezer and New Bethel 'm tERMOME ASSTD COLORS ,

Baptist Churches,'under the t ', 1 & PATTERNS Ii (.,
pastorate of Rev. Leroy ,1 1l' ELIMINATES WhU REG. 96,99 -1't
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Davis. Rev. Davis' anniver- $
sary will begin tonight with a .w ....... .,a\ ATLAS EVER ODORS HOUSEHOLD. WHITE WIRE DESIGNS ftf
,
musical talent program. Friday I THERMS M ? /y WITH PASTEL METAL !
N
tj A RECTA Y
"' night Rev. Gainey and ". ." ORAL ONE AUTOMATICALLY I I FLOWERS. 3i2488 I ? ). :
congregation of First Baptistin f 11 LIMIT REG.. 14.99 588 i iI"'III
Gainesville will render service -- I

: Sunday church school I ///II//////IIIII/III'-/////// } f r) m
will begin at 9:45: a.m. At 11 If / \H 88 Jfi
a.m. Rev. Robert Austin will ; #OR'Ctp '. 12,8 REG19
the At 3 r 1t!
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delayer message. p.m. : ;t-I .. .
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Rev. Johnson and congrega- _iI I Q REG. MEN'S
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tion' from Waldo will be in I iiI : ; A' "" ;& 2688;
charge of service. ; '

grounds Dinner after will be the served 3 p.m.on ser-the ;;.i, UMAY I FEVER SOLDERING IRON SUPREME tOXED FLAVOR HOUSE SWEAT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE jgm;

vice. f::>r/i/ / LIMIT, 1 BLANCHEDPEANUTS rc I ASSTD COLOR
AND '
Mt. Pisgah AME'Church.Rev. ;< I..i"" CT.' 25 Watt ModelSP23 CHOCOLATES
Formen ) REG 2.99
George pastor.
Sunday services begin with J;.: II! 3 p K. R.g. '8" ,Llnllone e 1 LB. BOX !''UII4,, t w..

i church morning school worship at at 10 11 a.m.a.m., !,,,9! 'S".SS $399 80Z.REG y. :
I services -\m\wd\ \ rI ,49 "i I ,
,which will terminate : Ka
I for the day. r J 77' 59 266

1)'S'OS.\.18 LIMIT Muvn, ,;. '* rfK
Mt. Morlah and Pleasant ; '.'f&S2 ;. TWO .1 'rl
Grove United Churches '....."...CO....'........"'" fJ. 'f'.
Parish Rev. Willie Stitt t. .:..,. pastor. Service schedule as r GLASS ROD
follows: Mt. Moriah services MINE 4 lB BOX "' 4.99 REG. 49' MENTHO- KIWI ,ffl''
will begin with church schoolat !.p 1 I I LYPTUS
9:30: with Ms. Juanita Tay- SHOE
lor, supt., in charge.Service, a r t I COUGH mSURE

11 a.m., will end services for '!f !t- r POLISH .:.
DROPS
.the day. .. +:
,. ilY
.
Pleasant Grove weekly 4 .., h..... IMS BERKLEY 420 IMPACT UXAN 'IJt
service Junior choir w.. pe'WBKJk w
: first and ':-( :"IMS SKATEBOARDURETHANE 1 rehearsal each
? SPIN
? 2 7
second Monday night at 7:30.: 'tit 5 rl"trn.'.=on; .w._. / REELy' WHEELS 49 : r.r
Tuesday at 6 p.m., tiny tots eeld.+"old.avd' t 8.95) AND 2 : ., BROWN ,Ia't!:::
:;fartilieo 25 in LONG OR TAN ,?Ji
night .
rehearsal Wednesday .
; FOR 2.F R
at 7:30: prayer meeting; _*: ISO (..'SULES, j- HARDWARE HEAVY DUTY' 7 ii i LIMIT i.ftSNpER
REG. 49''r:
Thursday night Bible Study at m"on. LIMIT 2 REG.
15.93 1211
8;Church school at 10 a.m.; at "' 9.-(' ,
8 p.m. a musical program willEveryone f., HIS BRITE 4
PHOTO OFFER
is FAMOUS
be presented. 1 1I ECKERD'S
'W
Invlt, 4,Ito..attend.C S"8. EIKUTSi s'ffX"
SPOT ,
I lessens
,
Brownie Troop Meetlag" R' reduces" Ion f.ver. 49 "1 FLORIDA FLEX | TWICE THE'PRINTS TWICE THE ,
T'
.
Brownie.Troop 352 meets cough and *;
each Monday at 4 p.m. in RJE 3 \11I(1. Llmllon. .;: FISHING L Ei t OUT } :When FILM you pick up your wW-
High School, grades two and je'. 14iesxd rpaal. ''J! |G.t on extra let of printsI developed film and I
three. Parents are encouraged r All t_.to 10 .:& .. with roll of n.MG. "
!:, a." .v.ry print, buy two rolls of yt l
with ? 1M.RIto 2.31 :
to cooperate ?: GO.In r 'color or black and Kodocolor black ,
the leaders Ms; LeMon, Ms. r i AY W 44 or Jojji9

Morris and Ms. T. Holiday, r.w.i' 1RaOA1Irntetio"", 9 t 1,,' J REG 1,89itsspa 1 E? and whit printed developed...' regular ondwhit.fllmfoth.price of one.';'I' cR
committee chairman,.for the w. ,., ... 181 \ ..._ Ry
.
benefit of the troop. lk.'l..f'{,'; R.haw.a I(...IIN ,b. 1""" "on' 1" 1 I_ / TODAY AND EVERYDAY TODAY AND EVERYDAY J


Huffman Baptist Stl: Johns Church.pastor.Missionary Rev.Weekly Willie) !t: ....m fmm....' ...R COUPON .t/. .... COUPON ./I. EB.3CI7BBD( I )', II- f 1 L llJ 11] I fk rt.

service: Church school each GILLETTE 1 CLAIROL. 1 PAK OF 3 NYLON.| '
Sunday at 10 a.m..with Supt. 831 S. Walnut Starke. Fla.
FINAL NET .s: POT.I ,
Chris Hamilton in charge. k I TRACH' 5 HURRY SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY!'I}
Worship service at 11 a.m and OPEN DAILY 9-9
3p.m. each second- nd fourth .1 f NON-AEROSOL SCOURERS!; OPEN SUN. 9.8 USE YOUR( MASTER CHARGE

Sunday.Prayer band meeting t* BLADES A HAIRNET SHOP EARLY SOME OR BANKAMEf"CARO. .'
.
each Monday at noon. Prayer ITEMS LIMITED, .
meeting and bible study com- Pack of 9 Twin Mad SUPPLY nil>.2"
bined Wednesday at 5:30: p.m. eYaef cartridges.. I 4 OZ. I ..
Thursday at 5:30: p.m., choir Llnth 129 I / 'LlMI' I 44 .
rehearsal. Conference will be I." WITH ,. ...'
held Dec. 13. 7:30: p.m. St. ,.I -a; COUPON -
John Choir whi render' selec atEbeneser'Baptist .. H I t THAU.l R Ri :\j'
7:30 i J I LIMIT WITH -", 'REG .. REG 69' I.
'UNSCENTED
Lincoln Church Iils. '. .= \WITH COUPON- I -..... .

Nov.There is from City.will loam.to be'a car S wash p.m., k, .1 1IJ ...1 1. THRU.It/IS.. I si .." ", .

Car.iwash-donation .U 11.50 "' .. ......".. ... .oof.8Il.oi.-.':. -.,... I ,. .' }
with vacuums 92.' Sponsored =t: '--"'- : ::&:. 1.'C. SH..l"oof. : ,-.d j.- 1:1: 4 : 3 !
by choir.: Pleas support this. g"N'; "", -ti-.a :: f, J.:1ii"M': 'io\l. \ .. .. .
fund raising cause. ,Jk.: 1:"">>:**'S.'iI lIoooJ.. ktl. ,...Jti""II_ Ai -n. : :: ...
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Page 14 TELEGRAPH November 13, 1915



--------------- Lergals'IN -------------- Legal ..-------------.
LAWTEY
I
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I I NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION NOTICE OFINTENTION ADVERTISEMENT- By Elizabeth Terry.

Grady Williamson has made EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, FOR FOR INVITATION TO BID .
I and United Methodist Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and
Application to the Bradford FOR BRADFORD TAX DEED TAX DEED Sealed bids will be received'by CIIURCII ACTIVITIES
IN AND Wed of Starke visited her
children
I County Zoning Board for COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, The Board of County Commissioners Church of God Sunday Fellowship 8pm. on, ,
W.C. Powell the holder of Bradford County School 10 a.m. Worship Services nesday. daughter Mrs. Joseph Starling
I' reclassification of the property that that W.C. Powell the holder of Methodist Women afternoon
described below from OR to CASE NO.75-326 the following: certificates has the following certificates has Florida at the office of Moore, 11 a.m. and 7 p.n United and son on Thursday
Church at 10
at the a.m. .
filed said certificates for a tax for and Harrington Architects, Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:3: met
Special Use. filed said certificates a tax May ,
Roberts and Jim Hall and
Mrs. GW. Rev. Mrs.
Ten miles south of Starke on HAROLD V. SMITH and MARY deed to be issued thereon. The deed to be issued thereon. The Inc. up to 10 a.m. S.T. on p.m. YPE Tuesday at 7:3: Tuesday. Frank with

Old Hwy 100 and 18Sin Section JEANNE SMITH, his wife, certificate numbers and years of certificate numbers and years of December 1, 1975 at which time p.m. Sr., presiding. Mrs. family, spent Saturday'
the. Mr. and Mrs.
12, Township 8 S. Range 22 E. S issuance, the description of the issuance, the description of the and place all bids received will be Evergreen Baptist: Sunda; Coss gave devotional.!\ their parents

4A of that Portion of NW 114 of Plaintiffs, property, and the names in property, and the names in publicly opened and read aloud School 10 a.m. Worship Services They have established a R.T. van Arsdell, of Ormond

SW 1/4 lying Bwt SR100 and vs.LOWERY and which it was assessed are'' as which it was assessed are, as for furnishing of all materials and 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. Church Library with Mrs. Beach. They met their brother
LLOYD E. Vernon Olin and Mrs. Frances and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
GS&F Being N&W of old Prayer Meeting Wednesday ;7
ry follows: follows: labor and constructing:
wife
Hwy 100 and N&E of GS&F ry. ELIZABETH LOWERY, Certificate No. 80. Certificate No. 119 BRADFORD COUNTY WASTE p.m. Hamilton in charge. After the R.T. Van Arsdell of Lakeland

This change in classification is Defendants. Year of Issuance: 1971 Year of Issuance: 1971 CONTROLPROJECT Faith Baptist: Radi business meeting they adjourned there and enjoyed a family

subject to a public hearing to be Description of Property: Lots Description of Property;: Begat AT LAWTEY FLORIDAFor Program over WPXE Stark gettogether.Sympathy.

1 held on Tuesday November 25 at NOTICE OF SUIT 6, 7, of Blk 4 in Lincoln City. NE Cor of NW'. of NW%, Sunday 8 a.m.'Bible School 10 Highland Baptist:I' Sunday of the communityis

17:30: p.m. in the County TO QUIET TITLEIN See: 32, Twp.-6-S, R22. Sly 750', W 1000'to Ely R/W of The Board of CountyCommissioners a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m School 10 a.m. Worship Services extended to the family and

Commission room at the Bradford STATEOF Name which assessed: Sam Co RD, Nwly on Ely R/W to N and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 11 am. and 6pm. other relatives of Carl Mosley

I County Court House at THE NAME OF THE McCutchen. Line of NW1/ of NW%, By Bradford County, Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 who died on Saturday night

I which time all persons interested FLORIDA: and All of said property being in 1280' M/Lto/ POB, Ex. Lot 150' Florida Study. p.m.Northside Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyetteand

I shall be heard for or against the To: LLOYD E. LOWERY alive the County of Bradford, State of E&W by 240' N & S being 180" S Any bid received after specified Grace United Methodist:: Baptist: Sunday children of Macclenny.
if
I proposal, as specified In the ELIZABETH LOWERY, Florida. of NE Cor of NW/4 of NW'/ & time and date will not be Sunday School 9:45: a.m School 10 a.m. Worship Services spent Saturday afternoon with

1 Zoning Code of Bradford or if dead, to his or her unknown Unless such certificate or Ex. parcels in or 75-451, 452, 453 considered. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. their brother and sister-in-

I County. heirs, devisees, legatees or certificates shall be redeemed Sec: 24-TWP 8-S, R.22. Each bid must be ac- 7 p.m Choir Practice '7 p.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday law Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
and all other persons '
grantees, according to law the property Name in which assessed: companied by certified check, 7:30: p.m. Boyette and family.
A.R. Kiefer Chairman claiming by, through, Griffis and
or parties Mrs Peewee
described in such certificate or Joseph A. Welch.All cashier's check or bid bond In
Bradford Co. Zoning Board. under or against them; and all SCHOOL NEWS daughter of Lake City spent
certificates will be sold to the of said property being in amount of at least 5% 'of base Legals.
11131tpIN parties or persons having or A Veterans the weekend with her grand-
I highest bidder at the court the County of Bradford, State of bid guarantee that bidder, if Day programwas
,
._ claiming any right, title or inter held on Tuesday at the parents Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
------------- door the 25th day of Florida will
house on awarded contract, within
est in and to the following 1975. Unless such certificate 'Of IN THE CIRCUIT'' COURT bF school. Richard Jockel, Wilkison Sr.
COURT FOR November, consecutive- calendar
CIRCUIT days
THE
described property, situated in ten THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- of schools anda Mrs. Sonia Mrs.
Camp,
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Dated this 24th day of October certificates shall be redeemed after written notice being givenof superintendent ,
Bradford County Florida: according to law the property CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND' Major in the Florida Lillian Pearson and Miss
1975. such award, enter into written
.
Commence at the Northeast described in such certificate or contract with The Board of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY National Guard was the guest Della Rosenburg of Starke

75.269-CP corner of Northwest quarter Gilbert S. Brown Clerk certificates will be sold to the Commissioners, Brad- speaker. attended the midyear board
NO: (NW'/l) of Southwest quarter County CASE NO. 75-332 Griffis and Mike of BPW at Daytona
the meeting
) By: Beulah M. Moody highest bidder at court ford County, Florida in accord Ray
rj ((12346)
3 Township
(SW'/4> of Section 10/30 4tchg 11/20 house door on the 25th day of bid and Rhoden of the Florida Beach on Saturday and
with accepted give con-
6 South, Range 22 East, for a DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER National Guard presented a
1 -------------- November, 1975. Sunday.
IN RE: ESTATE OF A.J. point of beginning, and run Dated this 24th day: of October tract performance and payment REHABILITATION of the Stateof program to Mrs. Sexton's and Mrs. Edith Swinney was a

i Ii j THOMAS, Deceased. thence South 0 degrees 44 min- NOTICE OFAPPLICATION 1975. bond, with bonding company set forthin Florida, an Agency and public Mrs. Tatum's third grade Tuesday afternoon guest of

utes and 20 seconds East along FOR meeting requirements said body corporate of the State of classes. Proper proceduresfor her son-in-law and daughter,

) NOTICE TO CREDITORS THO- the Easterly boundary thereof a TAX DEED Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk these in specifications, to to Florida,.acting on behalf of the using the flag were Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swindell
A.J.
of amount equal
i MAS All creditors who died Septembers distance of 660 feet, to an iron NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, By: Beulah M. Moody owner 10016 ,of contract price. Trustees of the Internal Improvement demonstrated and the and family, and she was a
. on stake on the Southeast corner of Trust Fund Petitioners students participated in flag of
,
16, 1975, while a resident of that W.C. Powell the holder of 10/30 4tchg 11/20 No bidder may withdraw his Tuesday overnight guest
North half of Northwest quarter -------------- display and care activities. her son-in-law and daughter
the certificates has ,
following
of 30 after
I Bradford County, Florida, are bid for period days
(NW'of) Southwest quarter filed said certificates for a tax vs Mrs. Knight's fifth grade Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North and
to for thereof.
notified that required date set
they are (ISW14I), run thence North 89 opening PENTECOSTAL'EPISCOPAL class is in Jacksonville today
all of Jacksonville.
deed to be issued thereon. The family,
file claims or demands that All work shall be done in
v any have his Estate degrees 8 minutes and 20 certificate numbers and years of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF with specificationsand CHURCH OF GOD, Defendant. and will attend a theater Col. and Mrs.' William
accord
they against plans,
in the may Circuit Court for Bradford seconds West along the issuance, the description of the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- contract documents relative production. of the. Broadway Wilson spent three days last
I Florida in the Cour- Southern boundary of said property, and the names in CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Moore SUMMONS TO SHOW Musical 1776." They have week with Col and Mrs. W.A.
County thereto as prepared by ,
f within North half a distance of 462 feet which it was assessed are as FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. CAUSE AND NOTICEOF been studying events relatedto Brocato of Cocoa Beach
Florida
thouse at Starke May and Harrington, Architects,
\
to a stake; run thence North 0 follows: EMINENT DOMAINPROCEEDINGS the bicentennial Mr. and Mrs Virgil Griffis
from the
four calendar months
Palatka Florida. Pans specifications -
,
r of degrees 44 minutes and 20 Certificate No. 57. CASE NO.75-332 Mrs. Cuttino's class worked and family of Palatka were
of the first
I date publication and contract documentsmay
claim seconds West and parallel to the Year of Issuance: 1973 with fingerprinting materialslast Sunday dinner guests of their
Notice. Each
this or be examined at office of
demand be and Easterly boundary of said North Description of Property: 4383 DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF week. The class has also mother Mrs Nellie Wilkinson -
must in writing The Bradford County Court-
and half a distance of 420 feet to a 1 lot in NW Cor. of Lot 2 of Blk REHABILITATION of the Stateof FLORIDATO organized a science club that and sister, Mrs Daisy
filed in must state
duplicate, house Clerk's Office or at officeof
the place of residence and post point; run thence South 89 5 Run E. 105.3', S 110', W Florida an Agency and public, architect, at 108 N. Palm ALL IT MAY CONCERN: meets on a regular basis. Boch. and Lynn '

office address of the claimantand degrees 8 minutes 20 seconds 105.3: N 110' to POB, Sec. 33 body corporate of the State of Palatka Florida 32077. Lawtey Elementary School Paul Wilkison of Orlando
Avenue
be sworn to by the claimant, East a distance of 160 feet to TWP 6 S., R 22. Florida, acting on behalf of the Two ,sets of plans, and con- AND TO: students will have a new spent a week with his parents

his or his attorney, or it a point; run thence North 0 Name in which assessed: Trustees of the Internal Improvement ((1)) The following persons and physical. education (teacher Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison
agent documents and forms for
will become void according to degrees 44 minutes and 20 William F. RosserAll Trust Fund, Peti- tract parties who are residents of the beginning December 1. Butch Sr.
seconds West a distance of 240 of said property being in tioners, bidding may be secured by gen- State of Florida, whose names Redding is resigning to accept Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo and

law.Dated 19. 1975. feet to the Northerly boundaryof the County of Bradford, State of vs.PENTECOSTAL eral contractors only, from officeof and places of residence are set employment in a full.time daughters of Jacksonville

: September said NW'/ of SW S4; run Florida. EPISCOPAL architect, by depositing forth as far as ascertainable by training officer position with visitpd Mr and Mrs. Harold

I I /sEva Mae Thomas thence South 89 degrees 8 min- Unless such certificate or CHURCH OF GOD, Defendant. therewith $25.00. Deposit from diligent search: the Florida National Guard Eunice on Sunday afternoon.
Executrix utes 20 seconds East a distanceof certificates shall be redeemed general contractors will be The Pentecostal Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan

Estate of A.J. Thomas, 302 feet to point of beginning, according to law the property DECLARATION OF TAKING refunded upon submission of Church of God, Lawtey, Florida. PERSONALS; and granddaughter Becky; of
,
bona fide bid and return of said
Deceased except any portion thereof lying described i in such certificate or AND NOTICE OF ((2)) The unknown assigns, Mrs. Elsie Norman spent Jacksonville spent the

11/6 11/26 within the right-of-way of any certificates will be sold to the HEARING plans and contract documents, successors in interest, trusteesor x from Sunday (to Tuesday with weekend with (their parents,

4tchg graded road. highest bidder at the court Petitioner Department of in good condition, within ten any other parties claiming by, her mother Mrs. Lissie Mr. and Mrs. J." Robertsonand
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat house door on the 25th day of days after date set for openingof
-------------- Offender Rehabilitation having through or against the above- Starling, in Jacksonville sister. Mrs. Edith
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF an action to quiet title to the November, 1975. instituted these proceedings by bids. If general contractors named organization, whether Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swinney Other guests on

FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL above described land has been Dated this 24th day of Oc- the filing of a Petition in Eminent desire more than two sets of existing or dissolved. Wilkerson spent a week with Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs
and soecifications these
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD filed against you and you are tober, 1975. Domain for the purpose of, plans ((3)) And against all persons their brother and sister-in- J.C. Beach.
FORD COUNTY. required to serve a copy of your acquiring and condemning the rhay be obtained by paying cost and parties claiming or having law. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donald Wilkison spent the

written defenses, if any to it, on Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk property described in the of duplication, which will not be and interest or claim as owners, Padgett and other relatives at( weekend at Fort Stuart, Ga.

IN PROBATE the Plamtfiff's attorney, whose By: Beulah M. Moody, Petition states in accordancewith refundable. mortgagees, judgment creditors Lake Wales. with the Army Reserve.

CASE NO 75-311' CP(1( .2357)) name and address is Dudley P. 74.Oil, Florida Statutes, it Subcontractors and material or lienholders of, upon or Mr,' and Mrs., Gene Taylor Col and MIS. William

: Herdy, P.O. Drawer 1030, J10/Q;! 4tchg.11/20. has the right to take possession suppliers may purchase draw- against lhe' parcel "of land ands.;. girls.'6/v( attended Wilson" 'spent Sunday with
In re: The Estate of I ILA LEE Starke, Florida, 32091, and file ----------i -i--- and title in advance of final ings and'.:specifications/ fromarchitect' described in the Petition in Brad- homecoming *, Beulah their Ll ''boriS-ln-law! and

I ELLIS, deceased. the original with the Clerk of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO judgment and in accordance 'by paying cost of ford County, Ronda.i. Church of Sunday., daughters; Major and Mrs

above.styled court on or before REGISTERA with S740J1, Florida Statutes, duplication and handling at rate The Florida Department of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. James Dougherty: ( and family

NOTICE OF December 5, 1975; otherwise a FICTITIOUS NAME declares that the property of $1.00 per sheet for drawingsand Offender Rehabilitation has fileda Daisy Boch and Lynn attended and Capt\ and Mrs Russell

ADMINISTRATIONTO Judgment may be entered Pursuant to Section 865.09 described in the Petition Is taken $ ,15 per page for specifications Petition in Eminent Domain homecoming at Lines of Valdosta. Ga. Their

ALL PERSONS INTER- against you for the relief Florida Statutes Notice is for the use set forth in the Petition proceedings against you seekingto Northside Church on Sunday. granddaughter, Elizabeth

ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF 'ILA demanded in the Complaint.This hereby given that the under- Bidders' qualifications must condemn for public purposesthe Chief and Mrs. Mac McGeeof Smyth. of Jacksonville came

LEE ELLIS, deceased. Notice shall be publishedonce signed F. Delano Thomas, 1404 Petitioner has made a good be satisfactory Board to of The Commis-Bradford' fee simple title to the parcel Green Cove Springs spent. home with them for a visIt.

You will please take notice each week for four conse- Ree Street, Starke, Florida, faith estimate of value, based County described below, located in Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mis Nellie Wilkinson Mrs

that pursuant to Florida Statutes cutive weeks in the Bradford 32091, doing business under the upon a valid appraisal, as sioners, Bradford County, Florida Bradford County, Florida: Arlie Dobbs. Daisy Boch Mrs Virgil
Owner to
reserves .right
Section 733.212, the undersigned County Telegraph. firm name of Thomas Realty, follows: $500. Commence at the NE Corner Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley Griffis and Mrs Barbara
VERELDA MYERS, WITNESS my hand and the 621 North Walnut Street, IN THE NAME OF THE waive informalities in any bid of NE/ of NW/4 of SE/4 for aPace and daughter of Maxvillewere \\haloy visited Mrs. Celie

as Executrix of the Estate of ILA seal of said Court on October 30, Starke, Bradford County, STATE OF FLORIDATO and to to accept be from any lowest bid they consider of Beginning; Run Thence Friday guests of their Redding at Bradford County

LEE ELLIS, deceased, has 1975. Florida, 32091 intends to ALL IT MAY CONCERN: sible bidder and to respon-and West 75 feet Thence run parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold Hospital on Sunday alternoonFt .
reject
admitted to probate the Last Will register said fictitious name AND TO: any Southerly 136 feet, thence run Eunice. 'orn here t all of them visited

and Testament of ILA LEE Gilbert. Brown under the provisions of aforesaid ((1)) The following persons and all bids. Easterly 75 feet, Thence run Mrs. Joyce Futch of Mrs Mandy Blackburn andMiss

ELLIS, deceased, and said Clerk of said Court Statute. parties who are residents of the North 136 feet to the point of Blackshear, Ga and Starke \ Barbara Wilkinson at.
BRADFORD COUNTY
THE
mailer has been assigned File By:: Virginia F. DarbyDeputy F. Delano Thomas sole State of Florida, whose names BOARD OF COUNTY COM- beginning lying and being in NE called on her sister;' Miss Starke Nursing Home. '

No. 75-311.CP ((1.2357)) by the Clerk owner. and places of residence are set Corner of NE% of NW'of Elizabeth Terry on Sunday

Clerk\ of the Circuit Court in 11/6 4tchg 11/26 Dated this 28th day of Oc- forth as far as ascertainable by MISSIONERS FLORIDABy BRADFORD SE'/4, Section 26, Township 5 afternoon. She was a Tuesday

Bradford County, Florida. The -------------- tober, A.D. 1975 at Starke, diligent search: COUNTY Shuford South, Range 22 East, Contain- overnight guest of her son and
D.L. "Dave"
address of the Executrix is Box Florida The Pentecostal Episcopal. : ing approximately 1/2 Acres daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

64, Rochelle, Texas 76872, and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 10/30 4tp 11/20 Church of God, Lawtey, Florida Chairman more or less. Terry Futch and family. She WANT ADS,
11/26 ,
REGISTER
the name and address of the ---BM----m *M-BM. ((2)) The unknown assigns: 11/133tchg You and each of you are com- was a Wednesday dinner
-
FICTITIOUS NAME -------------
Executrix's attorney is DUDLEY successors in interest, trustees manded to file written defenses guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E.I I
P. HARDY, P.O. Drawer 1030, Pursuant to Section 865.09. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COU RT OF _
or any other parties claiming by, to the Petition in the office of the Strickland of Gainesville
32091. The Florida Statutes notice FOR FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL -
Starke Florida date is
the above- Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley of '
through or against ('I.\SSIFI.U: >)> It.\ IKSDcsilliiif :
of the first publication of this hereby given that the under- TAX DEED CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
whether for Bradford Rorida in Bushnell (the weekend
named organization, County, spent
Notice of Administration is signed, desiring to engage in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, BRADFORD COUNTY.
dissolved the of Starke Bradford with their and daughter-
City son I
or
November 6, 1975, and the last business under the fictitious that W.C. Powell the holder of existing fur insertion
date when claims or objectionsmay name of KELLY REAL ESTATE, the following certificates has ((3)) And against all persons IN PROBATE County Florida, on or before the in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'lii<>sil.iNoon: : preceding| i i /

be presented is March 6, 106 South Myrtle Street City of filed said certificates for a tax and parties claiming or having CASE NO. CP75329In 8th day of December, 1975, and Harley and family and other 'I'Inn'Ml.i> Iwforo |)uhliv.iliiMiMinimum .
and claim as owners, to written defenses relatives.
interest or serve your
1976. Starke, Bradford County, deed to be issued thereon. The
All interested mortgagees, judgment creditors' upon the Attorney for the Casey Dobbs and sons of : ('hill'/.I" U.IMI:!
persons having Florida, intends to register the certificate numbers and years of reThe: Estate of J.Q. (
claims or objections against the said name with the Clerk of the issuance, the description of the or lienholders of, upon or ROSIER, deceased., Department of Offender Rehabilitation Jacksonville came huntingand I It'O\CIH I It; \\ordcsI ,

Estate of ILA LEE ELLIS, Circuit Court of Bradford and the names in against the parcel of land ? on or before that were dinner guests of his I 1'III'h: ""I'd over U

deceased, must file with the County, Florida which property it was assessed are as described in the Petition in Brad- NOTICE OF date, which defenses shall show parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Hit'cmsMl

Court within four ((4)) months of DATED at Gainesville Florida, follows: ford County Florida. ADMINISTRATIONTO what right, title or interest you Dobbs on Saturday.

the first publication of the Notice this 7th day of October, A.D. Certificate No. 96. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ALL PERSONS INTER- or any of you, have or claim in Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa Classified l .\
of Administration the following: 1975. Year of Issuance: 1971. Petitioner will apply to the Court ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF J.a and to any of the above-de and Mrs. Fred Boyer of paid for in uilwnue unless-. \OU

(a) All claims against the Description of Property: for an Order of Taking on ROSIER, deceased.You scribed parcel and show cause Fairfield spent the weekend hair nil csUhlisheil account;

estate Robert L. Kelly #4950-00100 Beg at SE Cor of December 15, 1975 at 9:30: a.m. will please take notice why it should not be taken for with their brother-in-law' and wIth lh<> Telegraph| | | in that

(Ib) Any objection by an inter 10/30 4tchg 11/20 SW/4 of SE'/4 W 75'. N 100', E before the Honorable 'John that pursuant to Florida the uses and purposes set forthin sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred oil-lit r.o; rrnlK extra chargefor

ested person that challenges the 75', S 100', to Beg. Sec 20, Crews, Judge of the Circuit Statutes Sectiop 733.212, the the Petition, or default may be Moore. hilling I :Not: responsible for
validity of the Will, qualificationsof -------------- TWP 7 S, R.22. Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- undersigned CLIFTON entered against you. Mrs. Truman Norman spent vtrnrtt. when given Over the
Court of Florida in his office, WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk the weekend with her son and ,
the personal representative, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Name in which assessed; Mid cuit ROSIER, as Executor of the |ih or when copy Is not
venue or jurisdiction of the FOR Inc. at the Bradford County Court- of the Circuit Court in and for daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. and
State Homes, Estate of J Q. ROSIER, typed| brought to the office -
Court or any other challenge to TAX DEED All of said property begin in house, Starke, Florida, at which deceased, has admitted to probate Bradford County, Florida, and Reggie Norman of Gulf ,

the legality of the proceeding. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the County of Bradford, State of time and place all parties may the Last Will and Testament the seal of the Court, on November Hammock.Mrs. .

Dated this 17th day of Oc- that W.C. Powell the holder of Florida. appear before the Court and be of J.Q. ROSIER, 3, at Starke, Florida Pierce Crews spent

tober. 1975. the following certificates has Unless such certificate or heard on all matters properly deceased, and said matter has from Tuesday to Saturday
before the Court that must be Gilbert S. Brown with her son and daughter-in-
filed said certificates for a tax certificates shall be redeemed File No. CP 75-
been assigned
determined before the of. Clerk of the above.styled Court law Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews
VERELDA1 MYERS deed to be issued thereon. The according to law the property entry 329 by the Clerk of the Circuit PERSONal SERVICEBILL'S
i Executrix of the Estate of certificate numbers and years of described in such certificate or an Order of Taking, including' Court In Bradford County, By: Beulah M. Moody and family, in Jacksonville.

ILA LEE ELLIS deceased. issuance, the description of the certificates Will( be sold to the jurisdiction of the Court, the sufficiency Florida. The address of the exe- Deputy Clerk1AYMOND Mr. and Mrs. Robert

11/64tchg 11/26 property, and the names in highest bidder at the court of the pleadings, whether 1 Florida / Dankley of Vestal, N.Y. spent
cutor is Route Lawtey,
which it was assessed are as house door on the 25th day of Petitioner is properly exercising -' 32068 and thename and ad- -W. GEAREY the weekend with theirbrotherinlaw SAW SHOP:' Complete

follows: November, 1975. its delegated authorityand Attorney and sister, Mr. sharpening service, circular,
-- 'FI --' Certificate No. 56. Dated this 24th day of October the amount to be deposited dress of the Executor's PIERCE attorney P.O. Department of Offender Rehabilitation and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and hand, carbide, chain, mower

NOTICE INTENTIONTO Year of Issuance: 1973. 1975. The Court will make and enter''' is GEORGE H. Starke ,Florida ( family, on their return trip blade hollow ground and*
1030 ,
REGISTER Description of Property: 4336 such order as it deems proper, Drawer 1311 Winewood Boulevard from Deltona. balanced. Leave at Jackson

FICTITIOUS NAME Lot6of Blk. 7 Uncoln City, Sec. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk and if the Court finds that Petty 32091. The of date this of Notice the first of publication Ad-- Tallahassee, Florida 32301) Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Building Supply, Starke'or

36 TWP 6-S, R 22. by: Beulah M. Moody tioner is entitled to possession ofI I 111134tchg 12/4 Prevatt during the week were Keystone Height tfchg
ministration is November 13, .:
Section 86609
Pursuant to ..
the in advance of final' -- Mr and Mrs. Harold Stanfordand -----
11/20 ---
Name in which assessed: Mae 10/30 4tchg property --------"""* --
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby RobinsonAll -------------- judgment, the Court will fix the 1975, and the last date when NOTICE OF INTENTION girls, and Mr. and Mrs. lOx 20 PATIO COVERS Homes

given that the undersigned of said property being in PUBLIC NOTICE OF time within which and the terms claims or objections may be pre TO REGISTER Dick Thomas of Jacksonville. and mobile homes $180
1976..
William O Dodd, Box 280 the County of Bradford, State of ASSUMPTION OF DEBTSTO upon which you will be requiredto sented is March 13, FICTITIOUS NAME They had a cookout and sang installed; $140 unlnstalted
having
Starke, Bradford County, Florida. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: surrender possession to Peti- All interested persons the Pursuant to Section 866.09 gospel songs on Wednesday GATOR MOBILE HOME

Florida 32091, doing business Unless such certificate or Notice II i hereby given pursuant tioner. claims or of objection J.Q. against ROSIER, Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby night.., On Saturday afternoon SERVICE CO. Ph. 372 9767,

under the firm name of certificates shall be redeemed to Ra Stat. 1676.6 103 WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk Estate given that the undersigned Mr. and Mrs. Marian Moore Gainesville. tfchg.
with the
"BRADFORD AUTO BROKER" of the Circuit Court in and for' deceased, must file Rt 1 248 and children of Lake City and --....-... ... .
according to law the property ((6)), 181) ((1975)) that Merrill T. within four ((41) month of Larry T Henry Box ---- --
South 301, Starke\ Bradford described in such certificate or Strickland, d/b/a Strickland's Bradford County Florida, and' Court of the Noticeof Brooker, Fla. 32622, and Otis Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt. Jr. HONS OF HOBBYS: Full line of

County, Florida 32091 1, Intendsto certificates will be sold to the Beauty Shop of Route 3, Box the seal of the Court, on' the Administration first publication the following: Crabtree, Jr., At. 3, Box 320-A, of Gainesville, Rev Fonzo arts a"d. crafts. Also

register said fictitious name highest bidder at the court 26 Edwards Road Starke, .November 6, 1975 at Starke, claims against the Starke. Fla., 32091 doing Prevatt and son, and Mr and guaranteed stereo repair. 155-
al) All
under the provisions of aforesaid house door on the 25th day of Florida, sold the entire business Florida ( xMinee* under the firm name of Mrs. Buddy. Masters of Starke A West, Call, Ph. 9647329.

statute. November, 1975. estate. ''CRABTREE BUILDERS," visited tfchg.AMERICAN.. "
known Strickland's Beauty >
as inter
by an .
William 0. Dodd sole owner. 24th of Oc- Gilbert S. Brown (bl) Any objection Route 3 Box 320-A Mr Onie .Thornton of ,
Dated this day Shop, located at the above that challenges the Starke ----------
Dated this 14th day of October tober, 1975. address to DIANE SNOWS, Clerk of the above-styled Court ested person Will qualification Florida, 32091, intend to'' Auburndale, visited her son- FAMILY SOUND:

A: D. 1975, at Starke, INC., a solvent Florida corporation .. By: Beulah M. Moody validity of the representative register said fictitious 'name in-law and daughter, Mr. and Sales service Installation,

Florida. Gilbert. Brown, Clerk of the same address and Deputy ClerkRAYMOND of the personal Jurisdiction of the under the provisions of aforesaid Mrs. A.F. Atwood the first of stereos, phono reel-reel,

,10/16 4tchg 11/8 By: Beulah M. Moody that aid corporation assume all ', venue or other challenge to rtatute.. the week. They took her to tape, castetes, radio Work

._------------, 10/30 4tchg 11/20 of the debts of the said seller. W.' GEAREY the Court legality, or any of the proceeding. Larry T. Henry end Otis Brunswick, Ga., Wednesday guaranteed. 166-A West Cant

Attorney this 28th dsy of October abtree, Jr t co-owner. night to get her car which was 9647329. trchg.ELECTRICIAN. .
FOR SALE: Plckett Template, -------------- DIANE SNOWS\/ INC. Department of Offender Rehabilitation Dated 1976. Dated this 10th day of stolen from Mrs. Pierce -

Lettering guide*, General use FOR SALE: Electric Pencil By: Diane Snow (President) ROSIER November, A.D. 1975: at Crews' home in Lawtey a : EXPERIENCED.,

template, Electronic Bios* and sharpener, 3 different style In Attest:: Homan A. Strickland, 1311 Wrewood Boulevard CLIFTON of Starke, Florida. week ago. Mrs. Thornton is licensed, bonded, reasonable
ArchItecture! All for sate at The stock handy for home or Secretary ,Tallahassee Florida 32301 *f'' Executor of trie Estate 11/134tp 12/4 spending sometime with her rate, save money, 964-6061

Office Shop. Phone !964 305.u. office. For sale It The Office 11/132tp 11/20 11/13 4tchg 12/4 U. J.Q. ROSIER deceased sister Mrs. Crews here. erg, .
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PERSONAL SERVICE 1 LOST AND FOUND .1( FOR SALE, 1]t ;: A : j: MULTIPLELISTINGS' I Johnson SALE CB RADIOS$140.00 123 ARETAILS169.V5





REASONABLE SEWING for FOR SALE: Storm screen FOR SALE: One or 20 acres, 1/4 PACE 2300 Prestige

done ladles In gents my home.and Ph.children 964- LOST: Male dachshund. Black door white aluminum frame; mile N. on 301.. Ph. day 964- 2 BR, 4 acres_$6,500 RETAIL $219.95 Real Facts J ttrwi/le/ jat-
with
brown markings. Vicinity sliding storm glass, stationary 6262, night 964-8417. Itchg SALE $189,95Terwillegar
7883.,11/62tp 11/13 of West Madison St. Call 9646231. acreen. Practically new. Std. 11/13 Handyman special $7,500 on Real

------------- : Reward. Itp 11/13 size Retail $89; will sacrifice, ------------ Motors RE1LTYr

HOUSES TRAILERS pressure ------------ make offer. 200 E. Adkins St. FOR SALE: Cast iron wood 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 206 W. Madison Estate _

washed with chemicals. Wash .tfchg.. heaters, 24 & 28 inch at Dah- 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 Starke V
away dirt and mildew. Guar. ------------ mers Discount. 10/2 14tchg ... 964.7200 ByCecelia a

anteed. Ph. 4732213. 10304tp REGISTER OIL CO. has Seigler 12/31 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off 't' -

1120CHLDCARE -----------
and Perfection heatersin -
t FOR RENT' 1 space
------------ stock now and ready for SR-100-3()( BR $22,000 Terwillegar

: My home hot immediate installation. See Convenience and living style are items to be con-

lunches snacks, fenced play them at 308 S. Thompson St. r lotorcJcles .J 4. BR, 2 bath, !YA. $22,500 Davidson sidered when purchasing a home. Do you like to eat

yard, shady. Hour, day or FOR RENT: Cottage on Kingsley 964-5888. 10/30 4tchg 11/20 Low Down Payment Mobile Home ParkIn outdoors? If the answer is yes look for a house with an
waek. All ------------ arrangement. The
ages. 964-5610. Lake. Winter rates until May City Limits accessible and convenient patio
10/23 4tchg 11/13 1 1.1976. 533-2366. tfchg. AMAZING 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 patio should be located near the kitchen.

------------ "GRAPEFRUIT FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 750 cc $30 Per Mb. Or perhaps you have a pool table. If so,be sure that
------------ 3 BR $26,000
PILL" with Diadax plan more Southgata
FOR RENT 3 bedroom trailer $950. 964-8321. Itchg 11/13 the house has sufficient living area with an extra room
WE BUY Pecans daily at the : on convenient than grapefruits Walk To New
Griffis Loop. 964-8253 964- ------------ for the pool table. Be absolutely certain the house
Starke Farmers Market. J.R 8850. or Eat satisfying'meals and lose Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 Shopping Center meets all needs before buying.We .

Wainwright & Sons. tfchg. Itchg 11/13 weight. Mitchell's Drugs. 11/6 SUZUKI OF STARKE: Your have a fine selection of property available. Telephone -
------------ City Gas Water Sewer
------------ 2tp 11/13 authorized Suzuki Dealer. Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000
and let us serve
you.
for appointment
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur- an
------------ Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call On 301 South
MOBILE: HOME MOVING
: Also nished apartment and a two
Street. tfchg. Hampton-1 Yi acres $9,200
mobile home PREFERRED PROPERTIES
hurricane
an bedroom apt. partly fur- WATSON'S Jolu Motel
choring and mobile home roof nished. 964-8071. Itp 11/13 HOUSE OF VACUUMS ------------ .' Mobile Home 12 x 65 Concord, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath,
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 Carpet CH&A, outside room addition lot size
--- -------- 964-8810 Drapes

Service. 9645606. St. Rd FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Many brands of 151' x 660' or approx. 2.28 acres.
new vacuums. 4.4
Lawtey acres $9,500
16W & Jct. 233, Starke, Ra. trailer. AC and electric Used machines available. HOUSES. FOR SALEFOR -----
tfchg. included. Also housekeeping Three of the prettiest new homes you'll ever see two
Expert Repairs all makes. 2 canal lots, $3,300
------------ room. Located Highway 301 Parts and Accessories for all with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, one with 4 bedrooms and

North of Starke. Inquire vacuums. Built in central 4 canal lots $7,800 2 baths CH&A, fireplaces spacious floor plans large
REAMES HEATING SERVICEnow Underwood MotelL-1tp 11/13 SALE: Two bedroom CB lots within walking distance of Keystone schools,
is the time to have your vacuum cleaning systems.712N. house Fire place & family 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe NOVEMBER SPECIAL Paradise Lake.
------------ country club and
Main Gainesville 3767110.tf .
heaters cleaned and checked FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, room, 331 N. Myrtle Street. River $2,000/acre -----

all gas and oil appliances. Ph. C/H house in Starke. Ph. 533- .. Freeman Register III, 964- Antifreeze Summer Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in
a- -.ta.-------- % acre MH, terms $5,000 Coolant 54.25 gal t
964-6351
Starke. 11/6 4tp
5888. twenties.
11/26 2366. tfchg. FOR SALE: Case pocket knives tfchg rear to live in or rent for income. Price low
------------ ------------ ----
7 acres in town $18,000 -
Dahmers Discount. Antifreeze Without
now at
------------ FOR RENT: Furnished clean two FOR SALE: '4.29 acres, 2 We have the Dalewood Subdivision to develop good
Summer Coolant .
bedroom house, infant acceptable tfchg. bedroom house in country. $ gal See Bob Milner''
lots at reasonable prices.
10 Theresa
building
FASHION CAREER: Own a acres, $12,500
------------ (Ideal for Tractors and
$115 renovated in last 2
no pets per mo. Completely
highly profitable ladies apparel Trucks where only Freeze today!
Ph 9645417. Itp 11/13/ Other improvements,
shop. Handling name brands FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for years. Lawtey- acres $11,000 Protection is Needed) -----
9648436.
------------ paved road. Ph. central heat & air on
first quality merchandise. your freezer. J.R. Wainwright Attractive CB 3 BR 2 home with

$12,500 includes beginning FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile 964- Ph. 964-7835 after 7pm. 10/304tp 11/20 Peetsville 11 acres $10,000 REGISTER OIL CO. a well landscaped corner, lot 100' x 150'. Moments
home and trailer space. --------
---- into
fixtures and from schools & shopping. $3.500 will get you
inventory, .tfchg----- 308 S. Thompson Street away
training. Call collect for Mr.. ffi1tp---- 11113----- -- FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR, 2 Garage business with house on 10:30: 4tc 11:20: this home.
Carl ((904))7647612,10/30 4tp l bath, C/A & H, CB home on US301 -----
FOR SALE 2 lot fenced. Stove, refri- excellent commercial propertyon
23
11/20 : acre on acres Use your Imagination
FOR RENT: 2 BR Apt. Adults
Bessent Road. Ph. for appointment :- gerator, carpets, drapes, built- in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment
------------ 9646352. 405 301
700 foot 301 .
only, no pets. highway frontage, .
to see. Day 964- in book shelves 36x40 n.
Jimmy Moore's owner financed.
N. Church. tfchg. fed creek. All in US-301, 21 acres, terms
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 6262, Night 9648417. Itchg bam, spring -----
114 Christian Street Starke, ------------ 11/13 Bradford County. Ph. 964- $35,000We Sun Sports Serene privacy Unique country home with CH&A, 40

Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile ------------ 8182. 10/23 4tp 11/13 have all other type MORE BOAT FOR acres fenced & cross fenced with 2 car garage 2 ponds,

8 p.m. Call 9644-5709, 964- homes outside limits. J.0.) FOR SALE: Office or store ------------ properties listed. Come in and YOUR MONEY TF 2 wells, 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego

5434 or 4732108. 9/25 14tp White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. building, 1200 ft. Call I OR SALE:' 12x64 Artcraft tiable. Owner financed.
sq. on see us. .
12/24 .___________ STARKE PH 964-5791 -----
Street. Central air and heat. mobile home, partially fur- '
----.-------- FOR RENT: OIln's'Subdivision Ph. day 964-6262 night 964- nished or unfurnished. FRED SACKETT.REALTOR COMPLETE OUTBOARD & We have all kinds of lake properties In 'and around

SEWING MACHI'EIep4fedrr .. 1/2/ acre lots, $25.00 permontri. 8417. Itchg 11/13 Washer dryer!! air. concrete! n -705 N. Temple(US-301)) STERN DRIVE SERVICE Keystone and Melrose If you are interested.' '.. .lUst.giveus "
{ Water & Sewagefumiehed.'For ... 964-8341"6r a ring!
' all makes cleaned oiled and ---,-,- ---- steps$4,300; Mr 9049646522,4681642rOR AND REPAIR.
infttrrHation
call
adjusted, $7. Work guar Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile YARD SALE: Nov.:' 14:15; 8:30: Mlton 964-8673. 1tp 10/23 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
------------ Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar. Reg. Real Estate Broker
anteed. James Strickland SALE: All types of
a.m. 5 p.m. Antique chair REPAIRCUSTOM
Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W..
corner Morgan Road & Hwy Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. glassware tools car parts, FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom 3 bath, Colored Pencils in stock at BUILT FIBER Resident Phone 96-1-51-IS

16. tfchg clothes, etc. 237 Monroe St. swimming pool. By appointment The Office Shop. Color- Bob Milner, Associate Resident Phone 96.1.6026
------- ---- FISHING BOATS
... behind brite Non Fnco, 20 cents GLASS
-- --------- Army-Navy. Itchg only, 964-8583 -

Will baby sit in my home, any 11/13 after 6 p.m. 10/30 3tp 11/13 each. Thick lead opaque 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida
------------ colorama 30 cents each
age. 964-6821.' 1t 11/13 AUTOMOBilES ------------ MOBILE TV SERVICE OFFICE PHONE 964-7774
and also Mongol colored
1------------ FOR SALE: Basset mix FOR SALE: 197212 x 60 mobile / Introductory Offer
II
USEDFOR
pensils cents each. Stopin
LOST: 1 11/2 year old white male puppies. See at 1011 W. home $100 and take over payments and take look.
laborador, named Samson. Madison St., Sat. and Sun.. .of $89.45 per month. a $5 Off Service'all

Walks with a limp some times. Itp 11/13 Good condition. Call 473- We S..nlce1ll1ake8
SALE 1974 Adventurer
Needs medication. Call 473- : Dodge ------------ 2113. 1tp 11/13 Union & Bradford Co.
,7333.$50reward. Itchg 11/ 3 Sport pick-up 1/2 GARAGE SALE: 838 N. TempleAve. ------------ FOR SALE BYRON E. DUCE Long Champ
GEM 500 Va Acre Lot with Lake
wheelbase
------------ ton long AI Hartman's old shop. FOR SALE: 1973 Bronzwood 12 Used Sets for Sale Reg. Ren' Estate Broker
STUD SERVICE: Silver gray camper top, radio, air condi- Furniture, upright piano, ft. wide mobile home. Equity Access, on Half Moon Lake $29.95 Up 393 N. Temple Ave. Home and

poodle. Call 964-6329. 1tp tioning, power steering commercial hair dryer, electric and assume payments of $3,000 Color Black&White
318 V-8 like new, one Zoned Mobile Homes 3,300 ft. BuildingMaterials
11/13 brakes and plumbing parts, many $68.48 per mo. Rear of 712 Stereos 160 A Farm/with sq.
owner, 15,000 actual miles. Colley Road. 964-5567. 11/13. Owner Will Finance After brick home. Ask about the easy
------------ other items. 9648132. Itp
BRICK OR BLOCK work: Big or $3,700 cash. Call 431-1661, 11/13 2tp 11/20 Down Payment' 964-6679 financing. I
Ftaiford. 1tp 11/13 ------------ Phone 473-2686 -
small jobs. Call 7823215. Itp ------------ BARGAIN CENTER -WE BUILD -
11/13 ------------ GARAGE SALE: Everythingmust FOR SALE: Motor home 1962 301 South 14'/. A. with 3 BR House.

SALE 1971 Pontiac GT 37 Champion. Sleeps 8, 16,000 21800. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
------------ FOR : go. New couch & chair llchg
TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers by owner Gray Flynn, $ 596. $150, stove $66<< refrigerator miles sacrifice $8,850. Ph. 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra - YOUR LOT OR OURS"

PLENTY OF, MONEY plus Cat 964-5634 or 964-7266. $25 toys, clothes, misc. Nov. day 964-6262, night 964-8417. large cor. lot in City w/swim- 3 BR Home Corner Lot -FREE ESTIMATES-
11/13
cash bonuses fringe benefitsto tfchg. 13 to 23.' Brown and yellow Itchg mmg pool, central heat & air ;; REMO.DELING REPAIRS
------------ ft.-bldg i
mature individual In Starke ------------ house off SR-208 behind Dr. conditioning. F. J. Saundersl'Cl.l'11'001) 2,400 sq. Ready for a

area. Regardless of experience Mullins Vet. hospital First FOR SALE: 2 BR frame house, - business on State Highway. ADDITIONS

Air Mail A.N. Pate, house on left. 1tP\\,11/13 living room dining room, and 176 Acres, Brooker area, some - HOMES BOUGHT

Pros., Texas Refinery Corp., -------- --- kitchen. Approximately 7 planted pines.. Top Prices Paid If you own property outside of SOLD TRADED

Box 711, Fort Worth. Texas r fOR SALE 1 BACK YARD SALE: Nov. 14, years old. Large carport with .... 533-2621 county & want to sell. See Us. {ACREAGE FOR SAL

76101. Itchg 11/13 Friday only, 8:30: a.m. until all work room. $15,500.1.4 miles 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, 10:23: 4tp 1113:
Vernie Odoni. As
------------ oc. 964.6853
sold. Small appliances, W. on Hwy.. 16. 9648750. Itp Central Heat & Air, 12 acres "
,TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also clothes (all sizes), toys and 11/13 paved rd. 964.5476 964-7700 Hwy 301 S. Starke TF)
used TV for sale $29.96 and GARAGE SALE: Clothes, toys
much more. 200 N. OrangeSt. ------------ BRASINGTON
- -
Used furniture and ap Hems, name it.we ,
up. household you
11/13
Itchg 1 & 2 mobile home sites CadillacOldsmobileSales
pliances. Plumbing and bath- have it. Street behind Post FOR SALE: Farm, 10 acres, acres ,
.
--
---------
N.W of Starke Terms. & Service
room fixtures. Wood stoves, in Brooker. For Information house barn, tractor and new
Office FOR SALE: Washers, dryers, 10. _ Fine Selection Of Us..1Cars
kerosene, gas and electric call 4861068.TOP freezer electric equipment, live stock In-
refrigerators,
3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 Taken On
heaters. THE BARGAIN CENTER Ph. 964-
cluded. $35,000.
----
----- heater used one
-
range, gas acres land on paved road. Several Cadillac Trades
:301 South. tfchg. winter. We also repair and 8739. 11/13 3tp 11/27 Olin's Subdivision
out buildings. 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE
DIRT 6 days a
---------- SOIL, FILL : service appliances. 9645760. ------------
- -
week dozer work and Itp 11/13 FOR SALE Brick home 3 2 I"
BR
:
work.' Cal 468-1873, 3 BA, '2 Bath, CB dwelling in tf I I
dragline ------------ bath
living room, I
Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN FOR SALE: Magnetic sign room, kitchen; family room city.?>" i I I
t HELP WAmD 1 LANDFILL tfchg. machine, -------1
SMITH manufacturing car garage. Ph. day 964-6262, G Roberts Jr. ,
------------ equipment and supplies. night 9648417. Itchg 11/13 orf I W.ll Drilling\ I

FOR SALE: Diamond needles Reduced for quick sale. ------------ REQ. REAL ESTATE BROKER .
for any stereo, over 247 2000. Ph. day 9648 52, a
'ATTENTION .tf 9647826REAL Thru 6" TJ! i
DEMON different ones we have them night 9648417. Itchg 11/13 2" s e

STRATORS: Toys & Gifts. al. Dahmer's Discount. ---- ------- UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC., '
? Fast Rotary Per Mo. Water &
Work now thru December. ------------ FOR SALE: Sears 3 wheel Reg. Real Estate Broker / Acre LOtS For Rant *250D
FREE sample Kit. No experience FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98, bicycle. Like new condition 206 S.Water St. Drilling Equipment I Sewage Furnished
needed. Call write $8.98. Also $80. Ph. day 964-6262, night National AdvertisingPaul
or 9x12 Unoleum
Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 & Morgan Rd. If
Santa's Parties, Avon Conn. 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. 964-8417. Itchg 11/13 Faulkner-Broker State Licensed I Call _
06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 6733466. Hundreds to choose from at ------------ Irene Faulkner-Assoc.
8/21 Discount tfchg. GARAGE SALE: 1231 Butler 964-5065 r C .r5.o1t. "
Also Booking Parties.- (Dahmer* r'dn. .
--------....- Road. Little bit of everything I Pumps I"
13tp 11/13 --
_. household items, helmets ESTATE OPEN DAILY
---------- hand
Snub nose .
FOR SALE: 38 clothing and 1 registered
Part time. Permanent local work gun.56.22 hand guns$24.95. .plants,silver poodle. Thurs., sc r ,.."T. v iomr.... -f:* PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT *
checking serialized inventoryat from 3 Bedroom, 2 bath Block Home, : : 9q
automatic guns New & Used
retail stores. for major 25$49.96. Dahmers Discount Fri.. Sat. Itp 11/13 25000.00 3 BR CB home, sap. dining. rm. trar
------------ completely fenced lot $20,000.
manufacturers. No investment - Sales- PartsService RUCTION
tfchg. YARD SALE Nov. IS, 16, 10 .. .
: Home - ,
Invenchek, Box 76680 --_-_ 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Block ,
Atlanta, Gs. 30328. 10/30: 3tp -----Mobile- Home Parts a.m. till dark. 611 E. South redecorated $31,000.00. 3 BR frame, .cent heat/air, E-Z TermsPlumbing Sat. Nov. 22 10 A.M.,
FOR SALE: Street Starke. Furniture, fenced cor. lot $19,400. I ,
11/13 snd supplies. GUN'S MOBILE kitchen accessories, baby and .
'ft - ACCEPTING
------- --- 100 W. WE ARE NOW EQUIPMENTFOR
HOME SALES, Hwy. other clothes. Itp 11/13 2 BR .frame $13,000 terms I I i I II

AVON CALLING: To buy or sell Starke 964-5606. tfchg.. -...---------- ", - OUR NOVEMBER SALE

Avon. Call 766-2807 or write ___----_---T" FOR SALE: Masonry cement 3 BI\.alum aiding, chain link I I

Loma dyatt, P.O. Box 220 FOR SALE;, John Deere model! H and yellow sand for lawn 10 ACRES fencer $10,000-- New Installation Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors,.

.Lake City Florida. tfchg. tractor. ,, .xc.lentcondition. grass, top soil red clay, lime Trucks, Autos, Trailers, RV's, Boats
------------ $800 or best offer. Ph. 964- rock. Delivered. Ftorahome 10 Minutes From 2 BR,Jrama $8,400 terms. Remodeling ,

NOW HIRING: Cutters and 8387./ 11/6/ 4tp 11/26 669-2128.11/13 4tp 12/4 _ Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipment J

Spreaders. Apply in person to ------------ FOR-SALE:-17-ft.-camper,gee- Keystone Heights 2 BR frame $3,350 terms. I Repairs of All Kinds Now.


441 Cadillac Browntee Uniforms Street Mfg., Starke Co. .FOR wail SALE,pump::Acre septic nomseltei talk; pole.with four.electric Travels lights.wall Ice,box best sleeps offer $1,750 Per Acre 2V skis- -wooded- lots 'terms. II I aurranc.\\ : Bring Your.Equipment to the Market'Place -

Florida. 11/62tchg: 11/13 1/4 mile south of Starke.ttOOOdown 496-3755. 1tp 11/13 '159" Per Mo. - -
------------ ,owner financed. 12 acres fenced, well pole &
Ph. 9644191. tip 11/8 rOR SALES-indian---Turquosa--- septic tank $15,000 terms. I Pumps & Supply' CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO'CASH

HELP WANTED: STAFF ------...- NO LOW LAND .- -
ASSISTANT to. Guidance -SAFE : Jewelry In my home. Very reasonable 3 BR':1 Vi bath double wide MH I t NgEO .
Clinic Starke. Manage office, FOR : 'Ceramics disqua prices. 431-1766 Rai- WEST CENTRAL Company N. E. FLORIDA:EQUIPMENT eONp
on 1 acre > $13.660. \"c f0
prepare budget handle Disbursements dreenwara. used'.molds, ford after 5 p.m. 11/13 2tp REALTY. INC. AUCTION
and funds$7,600to .supplisa antiques, furniture, 11/20 Registered Broker - 864 N. Temple Ave. : .

bottIdW- & carnival ---- 1-378-2308 Anytime LAWTEr Fla. :
Greea Cove SpringsPh.(904)2845977
start. College degree or Unpublished U. S. 17 North ,
.. f Starke ,
Telegraph
glMS. 765 E. MaIn Street FOR SALE: Evenings Call: : 7 2',38nit
seven experience.
Phone 964-8382.years Dr. William' Lake Butter. Fie." 10/30.Stchg.':. pictures. 60 cents each. Art Pa tray -- IYta w, A Mr.at I 964-7061 Tt JAX. 282-4389 "( )
Coma what find. ,
12118 see you can 473-2038 t
Lemon. 11/6 2tchg: 11/13. "--1
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BRIEFBy SAVE Wf ti .dtltltlt, lt_ &tt\lE udtMlltl( (_

: Jeannette Prescott 1 COUPON 0000 NOV. li!. ;:;::- --a COUPON 0000 NOV. II.l. :.:::-.

Brooke School Elementary News L I FROZEN FRENCH 5 HICKORY SLICED SWEET

This year's carnival was L1i FRIED 49 79
another resounding success. i
There were many activitiesfor POTATOES : I- BACON ::::
young and old to partIci-

pate in and who enjoy.worked Thanks so very to WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50' = cWITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50 .
everyone hard to provide such a (unfilled I WITH VHS PUUCMAtl OPH. POLY RAG .OZ'N MINCHKI'O :;- WITH INI PUKCMXI Of 1-l.. PICO. HICKORY IWIIt lUCID ACON :::;-
P0YAT01AY AODMll ON THII PAOI A TOTAl A' AOOMtllt ON THIS PA5I AND PUHCHAM Of '7.0
evening of activities. yj! 14 14yj HAH Of 7 SO O* MOM IXCL II Ml I I PLIAtl 01 MOII CIOAIITII1. PlIAII. W

Parents and graciously businessmen, teachers in their cooperated, donationsof students r 1 _)i; ) )) );; ) J) \ L') ? ) 11' 'Dl)) ;lllj)1111110) ; ;))) l.1111J. )) / \

time, effort and supplies.The .
carnival began at 4:30: BEEF PEOP'
p.m.with the parade, followedby PRICES GOOD NOV. 13 19
a costume contest. '
A chicken and rice supper
was served beginning at 5 W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE

p.m.activities Most booths then. began The bingo their MORTON ,ASTOR (Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchase excl. cigs.) C BOTTOM ROUND

games began at 6 p.m. under TURKEY, BEEF, CHICKEN
the direction of Tommy Cox. Coffee
STEAK
1-LB. ROAST
At 7:30: p.m. an exciting auc- : or
CAN
with auctioneer
tion took place POT PIES
Ralph Bryan The auctionwas .
followed by a cake walk, r
during which many beautiful KRAFT (Limit 1 w/$7.50/ or more purchase excl. cigs.))
cakes were won. The lucky \. 58'
raffle ticket for the rifle was I
held by T.J. Mann. Janice $i Mayonnaise ". 88c t,
Pierce won the mixer, and MaannaisE: ::: ., JAR "

Louise bicycle.I Tetstone won the ....0

haven't been able to obtain I' JI
the total monies the carnival 8-oz. "
cleared,but I will publish it as PIES ,
soon as possible. .


Personals DETERGENT. THRIFTY
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
W.D BRAND USDA CHOICI FULL CUT
"Tony" Castlen and children,
Steve and Amy Joyce, of JIFFY GIANT MAID ROUND STEAK
Spencer, Tenn. visited Mrs. TURKEY, CHICKEN ALA KING,
Joyce Patricia Castlen and Eddie, ,Charlie among, VEAL, SALISBURY SUGARttm.t -
TIDE
other relatives, Friday, Nov.
7, through Sunday, Nov. 9. BOIL N' BAG I w/(7.50 or mar 78
Limit 1 w/S7/ 50 or morn purchol..cl. clg.. '
had
Charlie Castlen good purchat .itcl. cigs.' $1
luck hunting early Nov. 9. He ( -;:
got a five pointer deer. Con- -
gratulations, Charlie. .... ___ ,
Mrs. Jeannette Stokes of { .::: -
Lake Butler, accompanied by 4 5-oz. 51 c
her grandson David Prescott, 33c
and granddaughter, Mrs. PKGS. 98 t1 ,? MUD CURED (WATER ADDED)
Genell Reynolds of Jackson-. a9-o HICKORY
ville, went to Lakeland to be' BOX
with her daughter, and their SMOKED HAM
mother, Mrs. Nellie Starling,
5 Ib. bag -
while she underwent surgery
in Lakeland General Hospital, SHANK'PORTION ,: $118
Friday, Nov. 7. Mrs. Stokes PARTySALUTOPIZZA
stayed with her. David and BUTT'PORTION la. $128
Genell returned home Nov. 9.
We hope Nellie a speedy '." .. THRIFTY MAID MIX or MATCH
CENTER SLICES $188
recovery. L- 'LB.
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Sikes SftUffO. | CUT
and Tommy, of Lachoochee, \ USDA CHOICE ,
spend Saturday night with Mr. ,. 5259 GREEN BEANS e e e B e 4 CANS SSeSIRw.LDOBRAINND
and Mrs. Irving Hodge and STEAK
family. They also visited with Ilt',\\: MIXED

other SFC relatives Clyde "Tony"while here.Prescott VEGETABLES . . 4 Si::; 88C I. )
on his way back to Ft.
Benning, Ga., where he's stationed IRISH LUvDJ. .
visited with his i6 oz. $188
4 88'
mother, Mrs. Ola Prescott in MORTON MINCE OR POTATOES " CANS
Tampa, and stopped by to (\ S. CHOiCEj
visit relatives which includedhis PUMPKIN PIE
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. PaulD.
Prescott and Johnny. Nov.
6. st
BRAND 100% PURE
Birthdays: Karen Sue Star + W-D
Hodge age 3, Nov. 6, 1975. 1
BEEF
STAR-KIST CHUNK UOHt PINEBREEZE GROUND
24ox.PIE USDA "
SERVICE MEN LIGHT FLA.ALLLWHITERESH IN S *r


Dansby is Squadron CHUNK I Extra Large
--r
Officers'School Graduate 19c
MONTGOMERY, Ala. ,.lnnO.DA,
Captain Mickey R. Dansby, / GRAPEFRUIT OR TUNA EGGS
son of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. ti,
Dansby of 271 Alton Road ,ppAN4E 71 1? s ORANGESLB. -
Starke, has graduated from
the Air University's Squadron W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN

AFB Officer, Calif.School at Maxwell BAKING HENS

Captain Dansby received 'S8C 53c
instruction in communicative 59 oaZ.
skills international relations 5 .
manpower management BAG
resources and responsibilities iCLB.
preparing junior officers for limit 4 w/S7.S0 or moss &9
command-staff duties. He is purchat mttet. cigi
returning to the U.S. Air .-
Force Academy where he
serves as an instructor of -----
behavioral science. -- % DIXIE DARLING

ford The High captain School attended and Brad-holds r-- GOLD FAMILY BREAD 3 $1)
B.S. and M.S. degrees in psy- \; . U. S. CHOICE LAMB SALE
chology from the University of \ MEDAL
Florida at Gainesville wherehe CRACKINOOOO

through Reserve was commissioned the Air in Force 1969 I flOUR ; SALTINES . . 2 -B. $1 100. Loin Chops . LB. $259
Officers Training I '

Corps E.MDavis His program.wife, Diane Mr. and, is Mrs.the 1| ,.LI. 7 7 C I I WHOLE Leg 0''b . LB., $.1.1I 69

'I of 3848 S.W. First BAG I SIRLOIN OR

IS, Ave., Gainesville. 1 WITH THIS ( II !I KRAFT Rib Chops '. '. D '. s.x239

\ I GOOD fOR "NO'1; lAMB
Receives Sgt.Roger Promotion Crosby AT TOUR GRAPE Shoulder Chops *179
LANDSTUHL Germany \ GOOD THRU' -, ,
Hawthorne has achieved, ---- O
man -- JAM
the rank of staff sergeant in .--- or Shoulder Roasts. LI. $1"
the U.S. Air Force. JOYU.
Sergeant Roger M. Crosby, JELLYOnions
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Crosby of Hawthorne, is a S. No.1 YEllOW W D BRAND USOA CHOICE BEEF BONELESSChuck
radar operator at Hamstem 11 '
AB Germany, and serves 5 eAG S9c Roast L' M39W ,
with a unit of the U.S. Air M
Forces in Europe. u. S. No.1 SWEET Crape C .O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE ORTBone

High A 1968 School attended graduate in Starke of Santa Bradford, the sergeant Fe- Potatoes 2 LBS.39c 22_&.68 C 11_&r && Steak. $1'81

BTI.
I
JAR :
Junior College in Gainesville. MilD SWEET W D .R..ND USDA CHOICE BEEF TENDER BONELESS
His wife, Walta is the daugh- '
.'f,(" ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rutabagas LB.12c. Cubed ,Steak L'. 1"
Eckert of S Cedar St., Rifton,
' N.Y. OCEAN SPRAY W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF All

** ** Cranberries :Ka: 39c Meat Stew ... M49

I tt' The bedfellows politics
, makes are never strange. It
r t'// only seems that way to those
f who have not watched the
.. courtship. OPEN SUNDAY OPEN SUNDAY
Klrkpatrick Salts 'In The O GOiUEE
BBIlPOPO Q
"r 1 f New York Review of Books
1O-6 10-6
I We are half ruined by con-
formity but we should be
"+ wholly ruined without it.Charl.1I .
Dudley Warner

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