Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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18th Issue Thursday, November 20, 197S Copy ?\

Hunting Season Draws Trespassing Complaints COUNCIL REFUSES RATE HIKESHampton

"Numerous complaints"have Trespassers' are obviously "Any time land is fenced or

been filed with the Brad- "malicious" in intent, said posted, designated! wither cul-
ford Sheriff's Department Sheriff Dolph Reddish Wed- tivated or timber land, it is

concerning trespassing and nesday Most of the daily calls considered private property, Water Tests
damage to locks gates and come from hunting clubs particularly when barricadesare :
fences since hunting season which have leased blocs of up," Reddish said.
opened here Nov. 8. land from timber companies. Even in cases where land is .
Trespassers on hunt club 'not fenced, the owner may
property off Starling Road "Complete legal custody issue a verbal warning to tres- ,
showered roofing nails on and control" of the leased landis passers, and if the warning is
roads within the area, causing assured by a written agree- not heeded, the owner may
extensive damage to vehiclesand ment. Reddish said warning press charges. Clean To Drinktary 'T
tires the first call on the hunters to stay out of areas Trespassing Is a misde- Enough :
first day of the season, according that are not designated as fed- meanor, subject to a sentenceof
to Deputy Don Den- eral or game reserves unless 60 days to a year in the
ton. invited. county jail upon conviction.

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HAMPTON Although water pressure is not up to standard,
the boiling notice for subscribers to the Hampton water supply
has been officially lifted, but the Hampton City Council refused Teacher Suspended
fd Tuesday night to authorize a rate.increase to offset purification'
1W costs.
: Water samples taken Monday from the area show that chlori-
nation has destroyed bacteria present in the system, reported
.LA&& Department' of Environmental Regulations (DER) spokesman Pending HearingOn
Jerry Owens, present at the meeting to announce lifting of the
boiling notice.
Asked about water pressure, which the DER believes to be a
contributing cause of the contamination, Owens said that tests UsePending
run near the end of the water line showed as much as 18 pounds Equipment
,tr less pressure than the 28 pounds state standards require.
"Show us that the water can't be reached overnight," a public hearing on cording to the PPC, which will
pressure is improved and the Owens added. charges of misconduct in not begin its investigation or
N ir water'' Is good, and we'll be The Hampton water supplywill office, Bradford school proceedings until the school
willing to cooperate on a rate be monitored on a biweekly teacher William E. "Billy" board determines the truth of
r\: increase," said city council basis by the Bradford Dampier was suspended without charges against Dampier.
County Health Department,
chairman Ted Curtis' follow- pay Tuesday morning by
big presentation, as Owens said, commending the the Bradford County School Dampier, vice-chairman of
the council voted 4-1 against BCHD and the city of Hampton Board. the Bradford County Hospital
., yl'lJlr, $1.50 hike' on present minimum for their cooperation in the Charges brought against board of directors, was only

water charges of $3.48. matter Dampier Tuesday by Superin- recently returned to continu-
Since the contaminationwas tendent Richard Jockel state ing contract status with the
Answering comments that first discovered Oct. 31, at that Dampier received a gasoline school board:
.city residents were "bitter least 45 samples have been engine from Briggs and Former director of the vo-
and miserable" about water taken from the Hampton area, Stratton Company In 1968 to be tech center, Dampier I
k tiM pressure, Owens suggestedthat reported sanitarian Jack Tra- used "for educational pur- resigned his position there in .,
users refrain from excess wick. Along with several poses,"that Dampier failed to December of 1974 and was ,
water usage during peak periods Hampton residents at the properly account for the stripped of continuing contract -I
early In the morning and gatherine Trawick also commended engine in inventory, and that status after school audi-
at noon, until 'water works his assistant, Darrell the machine was found in his tors reported the center pur
owner Arthur Bruno initiates O'Neal, for handling the situa- possession on his premisesthis chased items from a parts
.action to replace small water month. store in which Dampier had
lines and install a pressure a few samples have A form, signed by Dampieron an interest, violating school
pump or new tank. been grossly bad, '. Owens Nov. 13, 1968. specified that purchasing policies
: State' requirements'' 'allow said, noting that samples read materials would "be con- .

It's Doughnut Time At Southside ElementMrssy Bruno 60 days to secure and of differently the township.in various' sections sidered not the a individual gift to the school teacher.and" teaching Dampier position then accepted as BHS a
initiate plans to Increase the
Referring to the Nov 13 ROTC instructor. He was
David Griffls. Mrs. Charles McKinney water' pressure, Owens told issue of the resident Attorney George Pierce, returned to continuing con-
: or not, these Southside Elementary kindergarten and her son join Kimberly the Telegraph,
found with gathering of aboat 15 rest William Summers asked representing Dampier tract status Oct. I, 1975 after a
students a doughnut-making project profitable. Nearly and Lisa Tierney In dousing the pastry sugar dentS. t, that the schoolboard staff evaluation
SHO was donated to the Southside PTA through the sale of coating. Below Daren Williams and Don Stafford carefully :'The problem has existed if water pressure was in- requested not take jurisdiction satisfactory teaching reported perfor-

doughnuts of fellow students. !Above, Mrs. Merren Llzenbee shape the tasty morsels. for,quite a while. A solutiontyid'J. (See Page 161> .' over the charges as recom- mance.At the beginning of the

; :' mended by Jockel and that current term Dampier was ,
be avoided to eli-. assigned to the middle school 1.
; ." ,,'w. '. "' ., rlcu'ture' teacheiia'po5ttien
as an
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... SCHOOL BOARD IRKED: -r -:. r minafie any undertones! of guilt ; .,
prior to the Bearing.. 3 _'h* held prior'tobecoming ; 'i I
dlrector'of the vo-:
"Mr, Dampier's professional

Administrative Salaries Hit Pierce fair The and said.board career impartial, depends determine hearing on ,"a repair machinery teaching tech center.instructor in maintenance'1967 Dampier* as a began farm and

Pierce's request,
that Jockel's recommendationwas

proper to provide and voted funds unanimously for-' gJlt'-awn iTrtct

In Comments Of
PrincipalsLAWTEY Jockel to secure legal counselto

case.act as prosecutor in the

School board attorney Jesse
Having received "no less concerned for the welfare of administrators' organization pressing" Duncan said, Wolbert said that Dampierhas
than two" carbon copies of administrators.. ," the letter said. adding that too many inferences not formally been served
letters! from. principals "It was my intent, however, Such statements give the were being drawn with the charges and will have
showing a "growing dissent"over that the matter be handled bya indication that managementis from his inquiry. 10 days from the date servedto
salaries School Board committee. No group considering itself as labor, Stating that principals are request a hearing. Once
Chairman Rodney Hall has unilaterally does this,' Hall Hall said, 'a pretty grave part of a management team, requested, the hearing will be
labelled the correspondence"poor said., statement." that the law is very explicit, set by the board for a date in
professional habits." Another letter stated that However, Duncan counters Duncan said that the inquirywas December, Wolbert said.
had been "left out that there is no intent on the nothing more than what Investigation of the charges
J r N Letters from three Bradford principals might have routinely been will be conducted by the J
in the cold this year, and part of principals to organizea ,
school principals concerning collective unit of done at a principals meeting."I superintendent under autho-
administrative salaries drew "it's time we get together and / that the Statute TONIGHT
sort and at this time theeconomic have no doubt rity of Florida 231.36
extensive criticism from organize our efforts. situation places intention was good, but the ((6)).
Bradford School Board "I cannot conceive of a none of the parties in a judgement was bad," Hall Jockel and Dampier met Harvest Dinner and
members during their Nov. 11 salary schedule >whereby a positionto discuss salaries. said. with a representative of the Variety Show with
meeting.The teacher Is paid more by the "There were other parts of "It refers to the professional Professional Practices Council Sportsmen Band
main concern Hall hour than a principal..it is my request that were never attitude' concerning this (PPC) Nov. 12 to deter- 7p.m.
said, was a "togetherness on high time we join together in replied to parts that were school board" commented mine procedure in the civil Sponsored by
an adjusted increase" spokento our efforts to have a strongCommission; more definite and more board member Pat Spengler. suit.The Junior Woman's Club

... by Southside Elementary PPC has concurrent At Club House
... Principal Dewey McKinney. jurisdiction in the case and Adults 03.75Children
will conduct a separate In-
Possibly the group that S1.2S
with the Backs Zoning vestigation to determine pro-
should be talking -----
for revocation of
Superintendent and the Board bable cause Nov.21SOCK
their salaries is certification once the matter
concerning is settled locally, according to
the McKinneysaid HOP

"commensurate principals, calling for with salaries our Approval For Tennis Club a Misconduct PPC representative.is defined by the Music 10p.m.12130 furnished by.

work load ..jsh. ..JM. PPC as violation of the Code of
responsibilities, not hurt the residents now, one would be less free to act in Ethics of the Education Profession Disc Jockey Mr. C
and value to the school After a second hearing on TEENAGERS ONLY
!special uses permit would later situations. although there is no
the issue, the Bradford County I
system. the Commission unanimously lead to another "Once you start changing, specific delineation of what SUM
Lawtey Marshal McKinney told letter approved the zoning board's Developer) Bill Clifton you can't arbitrarily: ,grant one constitutes misconduct.The Sponsored
that the wasa '
allow responded to this saying that and not the other, he said. Uttta WomenAt
recommendation to con-
reply to a request of a fellow commissiondid had will act
facil that the Helpling said he not school board as Club House
tennis .
principal and that if the board struction Smokerise of a Subdivision not have the ability tojudge visited the proposed site a jury in the hearing, under -------
were truly concerned about ity in each situation for its Individual Commissioner media
George oath to avoid messagesand
off SR-100 near Keystone
Fights Suspension his letter he would have beencontacted merits. Roberts asked how close or refrain from talking about National Guard Armory
personally before Heights.Opposition defended saying he matter. is
ling until the
had gathered a (See ) the case After Game Friday. Night,
airing of feelings in a public meant that the commissionThe Page 12)) settled. All proceedings will be
few more forces and hired a -----
After a 13-day the town charter and realizedthe meeting. In the week since the public, including board deliberations -,
which the council cannot fire Jordan.. Hall said he was disturbedby First WomanTo Wolbert said.
absence during
Robertson'said the "tone" of the letter, last commission meeting in Spengler Dampier, instructor of agriculture Nov. n
him Councilman J.R.
council suspended board which they voiced disapproval BICENTENNIALFLEA
indicated that the
without the marshal hereIs Jordan should be which week to at the Bradford-Union MARKET
pay of the project A prior
back on the job and claim- suspended if.the council had' had no concern for its principals. -:; that, a group of some 40 area School Vocational Technical Schoolin Pickup c.y'o.m.Sp.m.
Chair" Board when the engine was
the to do that. 1968
ing the town government does power carbon sent to board residents were at the zoning .'
not have the power to take Scott said as mayor he did The meeting to block the "special received, 'Is an eight-year Call '...6305
and Superintendent
such actions. not have absolute power, but members in uses" permit application. first woman to sit on the dates, the board unanimouslyvoted veteran of Bradford schools. For Service
,Richard Jockel was written to meet at 5:30 "There is a question of what
Marshal M.M. Jordan saidIn with a consensus of the council Ray Helpling, representing Bradford County School p.m. -----
to 1 is request by Attorney it
'Jordan could be response 'rather than the previous 7p.m the situation really was
a telephone Interview Tues- suspen- the Keystone resi- Board became its first woman .
he has been .ded. Councilmen Ben Me- Lawtey Elementary principal that the actionis chairperson Tuesday af- time slot was certainly nothing intentional. Nov.23HOMECOMING;
day afternoon that James Duncan, McKinneysaid. dents, argued said.' .
and Scott Dampier
working since Nov. 13, and he Culley Robertson Duncan was asked I to unconstitutional under Florida ternqpn during her first. yearon The alleged violation wa
then agreed to suspend Jordanfor law. He said that in orderto the board. First United
intended to stay until Jan. 1, serve on a committee revealed when the engine was
1976 when his term ends. 30 days without pay. researching salaries, Jockey grant a special uses permit Mrs. Pat Spengler took the offered for sale to a local busi- Methodist Church
Without telling the council, Councilwoman 'Barbara said. the applicant -must demon- top seat by 3-2 vote over J.T. nessman,who noted markings Sunday service Jla.m'Dinner.lIOon .
Jordan left town on Oct. 31, At Jordan the marshal's wife,. Information was'' solicited strate a certain "hardship" Parrish midst conflict over on the property and returned
declined comment. to that makes the property dif- 'voting procedures. Incumbent Vo-Tecb'School --'RTNor --
the council meeting Nov. 3, from every principal it to,, the ,
the night policeman, Charles On the advice of his lawyer, acquire input for the research ferent or peculiar to the area., Rodney Hall, also nominatedfor where it was not listed on
Carter asked the board if it 'Jordan said, he returned to Duncan said. No hardship had been shown the position, was voted Inventory ?'
wanted him to assume full the job last Thursday. He said "Several of you have had by the applicant for this down (in primary polling. The matter was brought to COMMUNITY'Thanksgiving
since Jordan his lawyer advised that only as school permit, he said. the attention of the superintendent Service
duties Much to their surprise was gone.at the governor could suspend administrators anndd to have dupr'emeCourtcasea! and Advice of legal counsel wasVneceasary by a "staff: member," 7:30p.m.
about the him since he is an elected offi- your professional judgmentsand U.S. that to determine $ Jockel said.A Methodist Church
out marshal's -
finding which
efforts unrecognized by the change was not allowed in I dure for vote-casting similar Florida case StukoEveryonolslnvlted
absence, the coun- cial.Scott said the city attorney the lack of a yearly increment order to keep the character of took the form of polling. Mrs. revealed by the PPC involved '
cilmen put Carter on 24-hour Richard Welty said the action ''is difficult to understand," the neighborhood. Spengler I was nominated by revocation. of a teacher's .
call. was legal. read Duncan's letter Helpling also argued that certificate forcing resignation. c_...,Of .. '
The following week, on Nov. Jordan also said he wants to the owners had bought the Art Hofflday was elected The teacher had ordered
10, Mayor Robert Scott 'An :"apparent 'I lack of land as residential and wantedto drill from Martin iJL1,. Sommuutly( 4
vice-chairman second
get back- on the ballot for the, 0 by 3-2 a preu
receiveda interest in salary
reported that he had Dec. 2 election. He claims the genuine keep it that Increasedtraffic balloting over Arthur Gas- Marietta Company for educa- fttatr nk'f
phone call Nov 9 from Jor- Increases for principals was they opposed and it for f
.time for, this kins. Hall was also nominatedfor purposes
qualifying I Hall
dan, telling the mayor he' rejected by chairman noise, and danger to No local cMnto Na.L.wsl Ye
. wanted to return to Lawtey to' election was unusually short. who stated that the bardinitiated children the polLRelalninl private purposes. vne.ew
his duties. The qualifying period lasted such action several The Gainesville lawyer said the second Mon PatSpeagler action was taken in the case. f.e.rd.O*****MMTMM tie.
assume,Scott said he had checked C 1See PaKP'IU': months ago and was very that though the change may ,day each month for,meeting Heads Board No two cases are.alike:, ac a.- '.... .J


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TELEGRAPII November 20,1975 .
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Collins-Drivas Engagement Told Conserve Given Energy {fTL ; ;- ,

Mr. and Mrs. Brady Collinsof Program 2/he flciat & ljIf/V"" .
Starke announce the AtWoman'sClub Jfly Cep Fte .
I engagement of their daughter '
LaVon Annette, to Spyros
"Energy Conservation. lade moot Soc.I lJ.tor 9647608
Demetrius Drives, son ,
Demetrius Drivas and the late Personal. Matter was L the_, !, _,_. ..-- r ... .. L _
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Metaxia Drivas of Athens, .qchitecture topic usea oy Mrs neoeccaGiebeig
extension home
Greece. !
economics agent, at the Wed Harvest DinnerGiven Tonight By Junior Women
Miss Collins is a graduate of nesday luncheon meeting of
Bradford High School and the Woman's Club of Starke on The Junior Woman's Club is The club met Monday night, Mrs. Patrick Welch was fn
Santa Fe Community College.She Nov. 12.Mrs. giving a Harvest Dinner and Nov. 10 with Mrs. Robert hostess for the November A'a
is currently enrolled in the Giebeig had members variety show tonight (Thurs- Autry, presiding.The meeting. Refreshments were
College of Fine Arts of the write good habits they were day, Nov. 20) at 7 p.m. at the presldentl I have a served from a table covered
University of Florida where forming to conserve energy. club house. "Cracker Barrel of Crafts" with a white lace cloth and
she will graduate with the Since very few were given, Tickets at $2.75 for adults bazaar on Dec. 6 in downtown centered with a dried flower
Bachelor of Music Education this proved that many peopleare and $1.25 for children may be Starke. The club will hold a arrangement.After .
in December.
degree to our Christmas the business meeting a
"turning-off" obtained from club membersor luncheon Dec. 3 for
The bridegroom-to-be cameto energy crisis. Mrs. Giebeig at the door.Eastern the UDC. Tickets will be $3.50, workshop was held for the., ,
the University of Florida in then gave tips to help con- per person. bazaar. fN
1969 as a foreign student and serve energy in the homes. yt' :
subsequently earned the' The Junior' Woman's Club Star Ellen Bloodworth Honored fi'W1V 'd''
degrees, Bachelor of Ar- cum l laude in 1973, will honor the senior club at a I '
and Masters of Arts in Architecture Christmas Tea on Wednesday, Supper Nov. 22 At "Coffee" SaturdayHenry
Hosp. Auxiliary in 1974. He is Dec. 17, from 3:30: to 5 p.m.

presently employed with the invited Mrs. to Howard membership Ohler in was the Starke chapter No. 224. ,, Miss Ellen Bloodworth Godwin and Mrs. Carl ci
Meeting Nov. 24 architectural firm of Paras MichaelMiller \
whose marriage to
Order of the Eastern Star, wiilhave Hurse from a silver service. I '
Associates in Tampa.; club.Mrs.. Sherrod Hamilton pre- a covered dish supper will be an event of Silver trays held dainty sandwiches I
I I. The Bradford County sided over the business meet- Saturday, Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. in December 20, was honored and pastries.
Hospital Auxiliary will hold its December Upon 'graduation Miss Collins and in ing in the absence of the presi- the Masonic Hall. ..-,t. Saturday morning, Nov. 15, at Iced coffee was served from /
general meeting and covered dent. All Masons and their a "Coffee" given by Miss the buffet in an antique
.' dish supper Monday night, Mr. Drivas will take a month- families are invited to attend. Denise Winkler, Mrs. Warren pressed glass punch bowl by
Nov. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the long excursion to Greece to Winkler Mrs.Ben Moxley and Mrs. Donald Carter and Mrs.
Methodist Fellowship Hall. meet the bridegroomelect'sfamily. Xi Iota Delta 4 Mrs. Clyde Sinclair at the Drew Reddish.
New members will be Janet McCrary home of the latter on East Call Also assisting in serving and "''
J honored. Hostesses will be for Holds Exemplar Street. caring for the guests were '
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. The wedding is planned Wayne Holleran'' Mrs. Sinclair greeted the Mrs. T.C. Chastain III of
F.J. Shaw. February. Ceremony Nov. 15 guests at the door and pre- Gainesville, Mrs. Winkler and ,
sented them to the honoree, Mrs. Moxley.
k '_ .. Xi Iota Delta of Beta Sigma Engagement Told her mother Mrs. J.F. Blood- Miss Bloodworth, Mrs.
Phi held its Exemplar worth and her grandmother 'Bloodworth and Mrs. Lucy
Ceremony at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James N. Mrs. Lucy Bloodworth of Bloodworth were presentedwith ,
DeWitt C. Jones Billy Hodge, Saturday night. McCrary of starke announce Gainesville, who stood in the corsages and the honoreewas 1 :'' r.
the engagement of their receiving line. also given an electric to; :m,, ,
President Barbara Patray daughter Janet Louise, to Miss Denise Winkler invitedthe hand mixer from her hostesses :,.,1 j ,
Funeral HomeSTARKE Thomas Holleran y .
Wayne son into the
conducted the white and gold guests dining as a memento of the '
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. for refreshments. The 7 :.
room occasion. .,.
candlelight ritual in which the 7
of Sarasota. '
Holleran refreshment table was covered ,1 ( ,
degree was conferred -
exemplar ,
PHONE 9646200RENTAL Diane Hodge. Miss McCrary is a 1974 graduate with an imported cut-
on of Bradford High work and lace cloth white
School. Mr. Holleran is a 1974 linen cloth. The JBIRTHS\
centerpiecewas Johns
of of
A long stemmed yellow rose graduate St. Leo College in an arrangement red
4 CRUTCHES and framed certificate were Pasco County.Wedding roses, pink carnations and :.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE" 473-3170.. occasions momentos of the plans will be madeat daisy chrysanthemums in an Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Taylor Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr.
: ,tt} a later date. imported cut glass bowl. Hot birthof -
coffee was served by Mrs. ,Starke,announce the Mrs.Leslie Chilson cut
Johns tapers.
a son, Eric Randall, born and Mrs. the cake.
Nov. 7in the Lake Shore celebrated their 50th wedding The gift table was centered
Hospital. Paternal grand- anniversary Saturday night in with an arrangement of mixed
mother is Mrs. Jessie V. Tay- the recreation hall of the fall flowers.
THURS., FBI., SAT., lor, and foster grandparentsare Bethel Baptist Church with Mrs. Ricky Lee kept the
'i''i'I ; i HON. ONLY! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. the congregation as hosts. guest book. Floor hostesseswere
I Bryan Sr., all of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Johns stood in Mrs. C.W. CogdilL Mrs.
maternal grandmother is the receiving line at the door. Maurice Lee, Mrs. E.;{,. Lee
PRE-CHRISIMA Mrs. Gladys McKay of Law- The three tables were and Mrs. Martin Capellen.The .
155 W. SPEC IAI, rence, Mass. covered with white linen and church presented the
lace cloths. The punch table honored couple with a gold
I Call St. had a centerpiece of yellow cross embossed with ent-
; and chrysanthemumsand and the
gold wining wedding rings
'Wwu T J y..Jw pompoms. Mrs. E.Z. Lee figure 50.Approximately.
?lone th a to
: Y tefid StarkeMEN'S presided at the punch bowl. 50 guests
I u The cake table was centered called between the hours 7 and
Guests of Mrs. Carrie Ritch with a three tiered wedding 9 p.m.

x1y ? "Indiana" UMESI MISSESDOUBLE and week Mrs.were Mary Mrs. Gloria Wooten Glinesof last groom and with flanked a bye gold and

r' 100% POLYESTER KNIT Jacksonville on Tuesday, par3onale .

: 1( gift boxed glassware 100% POLYESTER ville Oliver on Aspinwall Thursday of and Jackson-Mrs. DUPLICATE'BRIDGE !

Thelma Mendoza of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof
PANTS and Mrs. Jim Minesin-
on Friday. at Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs.
were winning couple
$11Prince. Charles Fields of Jacksonvillewere
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
'' of, Mrs.
i''. 'night.: Dr. and Mrs.. Harry Sunday guests.
.tt $3** and Mrs.family Lucy Barker visited in his Pineview mother, Grueir l were second and Jeff J.H. Fields.
Wrenshall Ed Wainwright
General Hospital in valdostal' were third. Mr. 'and Mrs L.C. Early
3 Pa.Saud S.t Ga. and Mr. and There will not be a game at spent Wednesday to Friday
iw't Flar.l.p.tyllnp.|| Choice Solid or multi-color Hickox in Nashville, Gav over Duplicate Bridge next Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Amos San-

t 1i ,i 28 ol lolld thru.42 or, ionciM.::: Lips tlotilc jocouorde: :: wcl.i;, Flare..leg. >t.vie. ,. the weekend. night, Nov. 25. ford in Astatula.Mr. .

StitchedSim c ...
01. Ruby Fruit Bowl I 10""is. and Mrs. O.E.
Cv McKinney and Sherrod Ham
ilton drove Mr. Hamilton's
I lEI'S mother Mrs. W.L. Hamiltonto
the home of her Rev.
EM Plate LayAWayNow Q.Whycan'tFPL son
I CHAMBRAY Owl Bowl and Mrs. Jack Hamilton in
WESTERN Madison Heights, Va. over the
weekend following Mrs.
; Hamilton's two months visit
tr4l t
'\ absorb the here.

d. Miss Norma Canova at-
tended the funeral of her
,.,;. $34'I fuel adjustmentcosts uncle,William M.Spellman in

'I -, -,., For ChristmasI St.morning.Mrs.Augustine. on Monday

i Authentic wnt.rn look
lT eportthlrU si.a tmolt, "TEFLOIiriOIII. I ? Myrtle Anderson and
l 'r f/ m.dhnnbp..d.rokrq... 3 He.Sauce Pan Set grandson, Eddie Schwab
ALUMINUM FIT FAN 4 Ot.sauce PotlOOtDlihpan
I ft 4T \ returned Saturday from ten
7 Cup Lrolttx The of fuel oil has days visit with Mr. and Mrs.
.S'77 Edward Schwab at Merritt
Check Our Men's Pint many non
'5. A skyrocketed Island. She also visited her
granddaughter, Mr. aVid Mrs.
Wear For That BAs OF BOWS =m. JAG where it now costs FPL burg.William Smith at St. Peters-

25 COUNT \ : three times what it did in 1972. The
w SHIRTS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law-
Special ChristmasGift lIIr average cost per day has risen from son, son, Alan, and daughter,
39c \ I Laurie of Tallahassee were
I $388 $334,000 to over $1,000,000. The Friday and Saturday guests of

WhileSelection cost of fuel now comprises 59% of Mr., and Mrs: H.A. Lawson.

Turk length|ao ehit tIn our total operating costs. Mrs. T.W. Stiegler of Hills-
Is Great o ilp>back or pullover borough Beach is visiting her
t .
vlea..K>me with front
I patch oockeu. Holiday To give you a clearer idea of sister, Mrs. T.T. Long Wed-
I Into wring oolon.Small', nesday to Friday while
medium,large.MnehfkM what these figures mean, the price we enroute to her home in Wil-

TEN''IFWIEL UMISf-MISSIS. '. paid for fuel oil.last year'was 3/2 mington, Dela.
Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray-
MOtTOKilT times greater than our payroll horn of Wildwood were Sun-

JBOU 3ftmuo. S IM. /LASS MLUnUM TOPS expense and more than three times Jay Vl.F.visitors Hazen.of Mr.' and Mrs.


:: '. .r.1': :. ?IN.II 10" .papa.2..f.1 1ETsM0. KNLI1NfU. our total net income for the sameyear. Mr. and Mrs.' George
p6.ls .
seln. 171r,1a1
$188 That's why there's the fuel Huggins returned Monday
: $311 from ten days camping at
$1 21 49w adjustment charge on your electric Anastasia State Park.,
Worm flannel .hi'.. In bill. However don't keep Jerry Lawson of Fort Walton -
.bold. masculine ploidtWoihoble 'ii "I Vull or mock turtle neckwith we one cent Beach visited his mother, .

du.n. toga. SUM ond mall atro, ,, ..' In Upper, .rib 100 or or%lie ekhrvy'neckline. .polymer knit.. of that money, it.all goes to help pay day Mrs.and Ewell Wednesday.Lawson last Tues-

HIM SMI. the fuel bill. We don't like paying
GIFT HOUSE SHOES Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stall-
I that much money for fuel any more,, ings and family of Gainesville
spent the weekend with'Mr.
t .Lv MIIM than you do.We're and Mrs. ,Charles Dinkins.,

: $331f ..11.II 4 doing all we can to keep Mrs. Lex Green and grandson -

f s2i1wN3. the cost of your electric bill down.That's weekend, Lex with Sanders Dr. spent and Mrs.the

u.hlen, er.p. .d. 7 OZ.STYRO. LARGE FOIL ROASTER W.H. Green in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
I, frown IL sc.u.75 a pron.fls I CUPS HIAVY DUTYALUMINUM one reason we're buildingmore

SO COUNT nuclear power plants. Nuclear Betty Fromhagen of
UtIIS'Oil". colon Atlanta, Mrs. David Scott of
,.. ,.
1y flu sam Si 3.5. fuel is the least expensive source of Decatur,Ga. and Scott From-
hagen from Bolles School
., 1 "atit9 rte; r energy available to us today.p spent the weekend with Dr.

fta u. $1 uety "" Mawum1lNM and, Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr.
part of our responsibility. Mrs. Scott Is remaining with
Anwkm-.falnbow r her son-in-law and daughter
,of colon.SI...SIO.LAMES' '

S.Mfwt MnuiIssa $3 47 -r-;' $171 = Dr.after and Thanksgiving.Mrs. Haynes 'until

<' i 171 FiLA..ad.d F.H. Kramer celebrated his
;. $188 lag.Yoke 82nd birthday Saturday nightat
= 417'
c.i.a.C.dW.trq..hn. sra u .. ....2 trout a family dinner party at the
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.$3.55f .s6 := :..:. :..... .:: Wt7.14- ville. Out-of-town guests were
WAMOUTMirMPt _. PeopfeeeeServing people. Dr. William J. Stone and Jack
Stone of Cocoa Beach.
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..... 'i:.:'"',.., _. Lawtey Center VISTA In VolunteerNow Starke J"r

-i: Carol L. Kirby Is a VISTA ;
Dinner Volunteer now working in
Bradford, Baker, and Union i _
For EmployersThe Counties' with the Starke I: ,
Office of the Florida Parole
and Probation Commission. '
Lawtey CommunityCorrectional Her duties are to locate, train, <
Center held its and work with citizen volun I 1 r ry
first annual AppreciationDinner teers who can assist paroleesand I
.r A 1i for employers of the probationers in dealing ,
area who are cooperating with with their everyday problems. I
the center in offering gainful Carol has been in Volunteer ',
employment to men enrolled work for several years, and
A in the center's work release most recently worked as a
+ ff t 1 program.Following. VISTA Volunteer with the
A'v.. ; a welcome by Division of Youth Services Y
James Wainwright, superin- before transferring to the Florida -
tendent of the center, Fred Parole and Probation
Dobbins vocational placement Commission. Ms. Kirby will
with the work
counselor frequently and
be in this area
release program,made slide can be contacted at 964-5151,
';t p a y r? presentation showing differ the Parole Commission Officein ...a time fortogetherness
of vocational train-
ent phases the Bradford County Court-
ing offered at the center house, Starke. C
including the general main-
F l tenance and masonry pro- .
? grams.Also.
pictured were various
civic programs, such as con- ANNOUNCINGThe
struction of the Lawtey and
Hampton Fire Departments, Opening of a Beauty Shoppe, owned by
work at theold
and maintenance
Bradford County court Gene Starling and is next'to his Lawtey Barber
muse, in which the men offer Shop. The Beauty Shoppe will be featuring the I
' r volunteer service during their latest in mens and womens hair styles and cuts.
free improve time various on weekends phases to of FOR HIS OPENING HOLIDAY SPECIAL, he is featuring -

community life.Preceding the "Curly Look" or "Regular Perm"I
.. att.
w- the program a Regularly $25.00, Now $18.50. Also, regular
turkey dinner, prepared by $20.00 frosting, tippings and hair paintings for
Joint Birthdays Held Nov. 15 At Leslie WhiteheadsThe the center's dining room staff, $17.50.Gene .
was served to the employers

home of Mr. and Mrs. First (I-r): Mrs. Sam Whilehead's great grandchildren Third row, Mrs. Whltehead'n grandchildren: Cindy and other guests.
row would like to come and try our "Nu
Parrish Angel Parrish, Guy Wayne Purrish, Jamie Whitehead you
Whitehead, Lisa Kim
Leslie the Whitehead setting for a on barbecue SR235was Whitehead(sitting Sarah):Crews.Janna Melodic Miller, Debbie Mosley.Parrish, Kevin Johns. Mike Bishop Gayle Manning, Charlotte 1he Old 1vm /l Vita" line of hair care products, especially j i

dinner on Saturday, Novem- Bryan Whitehead. Melodic Bishop, Kirk Reddish, and Whitehead and Tex Parrish. created for damaged, dry hair, and hair with
ber 15, celebrating the birth- Michele Whitehead. Fourth row, grandchildren: Wayne Parrish Jerry Whitehead split ends.
days of Mrs. Sam Whitehead, Second row: Mrs. Sam Whitehead's children: Leslie !Ronnie Whitehead. Betty Bearden. Margie Bishop. 9
85, and J.B. Whitehead, 58. Whitehead Mrs. IS'ina Parrish. Mrs Sam Whitehead Mrs. Barbara Mosley, Mark Parrish Sharon Miller and Jennifer Styles by Gene,Bonnie&Thelma
Dinner was served on the Hazel Raulcrson. J.B. Whitehead and A.B. Whitehead. Miller.
grounds for the appro- o Hours Tuesday-Saturday 8 a.m.til 5 p.m.

ximately 110 attending from 0 .." .. .. Thursday Evenings By AppointmentPhone
Starke Jacksonville, Live and CP8(0CP 8 qJ(0CU ffiu\f(0CWf\ "A person who hasn't many 782.3205
Oak, Brooker, Perry faults usually makes the most I I
Hampton. -
Mrs. R.O.I Dansby Mrs. Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatka- Mr and Mrs. Thomas of the ones he has." l
Rodney Hall and Mrs. J.T. County Hospital this visited Mrs. L.D. Vining last Talley and son of Jacksonville
2iJ 1oJ(,.,., Lawson visited Mrs. Marvin week include: Christopher Wednesday.Mrs. spent the weekend with his
Andrews in Ozark Ala. from Fortner, Mrs. Emma Morton, parents Mr. and Mrs. J.B. BALDWINCHEVROLETOLDS
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Thursday to Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Myrtle Baumgartner, J.R. Kite and Miss Talley..
Brown of Hedkey, Ind. were Mrs. Beatrice Godwin Mrs. Lillian Stump attended the
Thursday to Monday guests of Flossie Prescott'and Ollie Tyson, James Mullins, American Cancer Society j Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City
Mr. and Mrs. George W Mrs. Josephine Hemme spent Mrs. Viola Whiddon, Carl Ste- meeting in Orlando over the visited her mother, Mrs. S.L.
Brown. weekend with Mrs. Marion wart,Thomas Lewis and Mrs. weekend.Mr. Peek, Sr",,on Monday.Mrs. .
Ball in Holiday, Fla. Thelma Walker, Starke;
Dale Johns is returning to- Melrose and Mrs. John Myers Lou Struth was in
George Godley ;
day after undergoing an Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Roysterand James Williams and Willie spent the weekend at Daytona Plant City Thursday to Sun- Shows You How (In A Vega) To Survive
emergency appendectomy, family of North Augusta Carter, Raiford; Mrs. Mary Beach. day visiting her son and
Sunday in the Alachua Gen- S.C will be weekend guests ofMr. Heights family, Mr. and Mrs. Rod
Bennett Keystone ;
eral Hospital. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Ed- Miriam Bennett, Lawtey; Susan and Nancy Hall of Struth. 60,000 Miles In Less Than 60 Days
and Mrs. Mamie Lou Miss Stephanie Lane, Lake Gainesville visited their
Mrs. James Barron wards. Butler. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns is a patient in
returned Sunday after ten Mac Baldwin over the week- 'North Florida Regional
days visit with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. A.J. Barry, daughter\\ Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Truluck end. Hospital.Mrs. "IN YOU GUESSED IT"
Martha Johnston in Miami. Adrienne and and Mrs. J. McKay Truluck of
They joined their brother and Brown attended a needleworkshow Sanford spent several days Mr. and Mrs. Don Page and Horace Tolbert and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. in Orlando on Sunday. last week with Mr. and Mrs. son. Donnie attended the 91st Mrs Ivan Niblack of Lake
John Burton of Knoxville C.B. Terwillegar and family. birthday of Mr. Page's'i City Were last Wednesday to
Miami Beach for Rev., and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Marie Page in
Tenn. at
Friday visitors of Mr. and De.at"
three days; Starling and family of Arlington Anne'Terwillegar will1. Jacksonville I Wednesday,,]; 44.
,- Texas. spent, I last ;week ..be weekend guest! 'of Mr.ancf', IM *V> *fm tiw. \ M"#elDa* id.Montgomery. ,.. ..L "-.i M .. .t. '.\ .. ." .
'and and Mrs.Joey ,11 l :, \. J f'M
with her. parentsMr. Mrs. Jim Blackman., son, Mrs. R.W. Reese and I ;-, .
Seaman Tommy Reddish is Mrs. W.L. Thomas. On Tim, in Sebring. Reese spent the weekendwith Guy Andrews, 'Eugene L..
leaving Thursday from May- Thanksgiving day the Starling Mr. and Mrs. David Matthews, and Mr. and Mrs. 1\1 ;
port for a months sea duty on family will move to Panama Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton Griffith in Newnan Ga. Mrs. Jimmy Crosby were delegatesto Valley ;
the USS Saratoga. City where Rev. Starling has and sons spent Sunday and Griffith and son Reese the State Democratic Con- ;
been called as pastor of the Monday with Mr. and Mrs returned with them for two vention in Orlando last week-
TilE BRADFORD I Friendship Baptist Church. W.D. Hamilton in Orlando. weeks visit. end.

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FOR 6-3 SEASON MARKDefense .-.

Leads 24-6 BHS Win Over Tallahassee : ;"

In another display of out ball hawked Redskin Johnny Bradford Statlalcs Rickord.Ii Trying to develop con- go, DeSue got three hard 15 in six plays before a handoff gains Cofield ran 17 yards Bright after due to Rickards the time runningout. refused-
standing defense, the Brad-' Cofield's fumble on the first Flnt Downs 10 sistency, the Tornadoes came earned yards in two tries. was fumbled with Rickards once and Lane passed 17 yardsto to punt.
ford High Tornadoes battered play from scrimmage Friday 212 Rushing Yards 67 wt in the'second half and From the six, Prevatt threw recovering. tight end Nathaniel Gallon. over at the Rickards
24-6 past Tallahassee night. Getting the ball at the III Passing Yards 11SI10 drove 72 yards to the Rickardssix incomplete to Erie Biggs Early in the fourth period The Tornadoes got a final, Taking Tornadoes scored in
PI 4152 the
PC PA :30,
Rickards to increase their Rickards 28, the Tornado 1 Fumble Lost 1 yard line, all on ,the cfficials ruling Biggs trapped! Rickards mounted its scoring Onticlimatic, touchdown with live plays with DeSue running
1975 season record to a 6-3 dfense stuffed the ball into iii Yards P.nOIl' 30In ground. Prevatt kicked a field the ball. Then came the drive. The Redskins marched 45 seconds remaining after live straight times, the touchdown -,
mark. the endzone in 10 plays, Punting Av.rage 3.\1 goal from the six, a 16-foot Prevatt field goal. 72 yards in 15 plays, plus two Rickards, passed incomplete coming on a final four .'
quarterback Jimmy Prevatt boot to make it 17-0 with 7:34: dfside penalties against the m fourth down deep in BUS left tackle.
burst over
Scora Quarters.ENS
The Tornado defense keeping the final 5'/a. yards for by ...........-,, left in the third period. Rickards could not move third the Tornadoes inside the BHS five territory at the 30 yard line.l.Bne's yard Pre It's extra point kick was';;' '
football at all in the va
recovered a Redskin fumble, the TD. Prevatt's extra point Richards 0..0..0..6.-.6 fourth down pass was
Prevatt kept the ball on the period. But late in that stanza yard line, with Johnny Cofield batted down by Emmitt good; BHS had a ,24-6 victory.
Touchdown. ground during that drive. He BHS mounted yet another getting the final half-yard for
11 BHS- Prevatt, 5 yard run. EP kick ran for five, Clark charged up drive from its own 40, the good the touchdown with 5:36: 7-pr'- -. .-=E_ -= 2
Hocked.> 3 the middle for four yards, then field position resulting from a remaining in the game. The '"
21 BHS OeSue yard run. EP.
.. in which extra point run failed; / Y"
....alt run. DeSue got the call seven punting exchange i
31 BHS field goal, Prevatt.. 16 yardiRlckardi straight times. The BHS Jimmy Clark punted out of .Rickards trailed 176. .
1 01 .Colleld,'>yard run EP. workhorse ran for 9, 5,8, 8. 31 bounds on the Redskin one Rickards used the off tackle Have A Green Lawn And Pasture S?
run failed.j DeSue, 1, and 2 yards. With a firstdown yard line. dive and the power sweep to
) yard run.
1rpr ( .Prevatt kick.Crawford at the nine, and goal to BHS drove to the Rickards gain its yardage in snort All Winter *

and Jay Godwin RYE GRASS SEED
could stop him. A try over the 1JU'VM"
BUS left side netted less than >
two yards. Needing a long S
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three, Rickards sent Sims Y
charging up the BHS middle '11'11 t 21C ;.:
behind two big tackles but k\\\ LB
Scott Pooser' and Marty Mon thru Sat 11 A.M. 1O-P.M, +

Russell stopped him inches \ 4
y shy of a first. "4-6 (EXCEPT
This time defensive end HAPPY NIBLERS HOUR
Willie Perry came in from the SAT r
side to block the Redskin punt,
the ball hitting Perry in the Homestead RestaurantS. FRESH
I head and bouncing out of TOKO .
I ra bounds at the Rickards 20.

P again Five in plays the later Rickards BHS end-was R. 21 Keystone HeightsOn ONION SETS

mne, big fullback Jimmy Beautiful Lake AND MOWERSVEGETABLE
wall dark carrying the mail to the BrooklynWhere
three yard line on four
Coach David llurse gives pointers on blocking technique to straight off tackle dive plays BESTIWEIL !
Captain Tommy Edwards during the Rickards game. The df the option. Beaver DeSue The Sunsets Are Breathtaking
offensive line, Horse says, is steadily improving but needs burst through a big hole as he SEEDS TRADE FOR
IO u....sl\lenc".,. slanted off right tackle for the
second BHS score less than Fresh Gulf Shrimp Delmonico Steak ANY OLD MOWER
blocked two Redskin punts, kick was blocked but BHS led two minutes into the second HOW
and intercepted two passes. 6-0 with the game less than period.The IN STOCK
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The new-found Tornado of- five minutes old. Prevatt, snap for the extra point Regardless of it's
fense sputtered but managedto fullback Jimmy Clark and caroomed off the hands of Hush Puppies Perfection Complete Lines condition. ,
score two touchdowns on runmngback Beaver DeSue holder Erie Biggs, right into of Plant Foods '
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times in the first period. BHS linebacker Curtis recovered quickly and surprised All Entrees Incl. LO.IDA
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remaining in the second punt, putting BHS back in end for a two point conversion.BHS CENTER
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over a powerful Rickards Six plays later BHS was option around right end netted 11II'I e annul M. PH. 964-5745
team that going ly couldn't get roosting on the Rickards six the first Tallahassee first 1'1'' ..A.l
anything in the face of yard line, the big gainers down on Rickards'subsequent
the tough Tornado defense. being two passes: a nine possession of the football.
Rickards was held to 67 yardson yarder to Kenny Aycox and a From the BHS 43 quarterback
the ground'and'71 in the 10 yarder to tight end Steve Joe Lane tried to go to the air
air. Rickards quarterback Joe Earnest. but found the Tornado
Lane completed only four of 15 From the five, Prevatt defensive secondary equallyas SPANNING 20 YEARSof :
passes and had two picked off missed on a pass to Earnest. rough as the front line. A p,
by the Tornado secondary. Trying to throw again the BHS pass to the left flat was high

The game was played on a quarterback was sacked the with Erie Biggs tightly
cold night before a sparse 11-yard loss pushing BHS backto defending. Willie Perry
crowd, probably limited by the Rickards 16 yard line.A' stopped the power sweep for a.yard's 1tI SERVICE
the,ISO miles between Starke final pass of. a field goal .attempt -, -:. loss, then Lane threw NT. d1
and Tallahassee; and. ,the\ was. Incomplete.l BHS:,I\'"incomplete as lie was sacked
temperature:: .' 4, had failed to.make good on its by" Perry,and Pooser v On1' .,v ,
down Lane .
fourth was I
second opportunity.This
It was the sixth time this time Rickards alrrist: dropped as he tried to throw We've grown to have many off ices in the I r

season the Bradford defensehas made a first down. A BHS From his own 45 QB Jimmy greater Gainesville Area offering a wide
held an opponent to fewer linebacker missed a tackle Prevatt engineered a drive
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A Live Oak Contest AmountsTo r :_+: I

,. Biggest Game Of Year

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"It's the final ballgame with When Coach Sexton says all Live Oak defense has the best receiver. Loston runs from g- z'
all the marbles on the table" the marbles are on the table defensive end Tornado scouts both the slot and at split end. I
is the succinct description Defensive that's exactly what headCoach have seen all year in Ed He's also a good runner afterhe
Coach Mike Sexton David Hurse has had McDaniel, a 185-pound junior. catches the football. .Aii1- ,
.., places on tomorrow night's 8 his sights set on before his McDaniel is an aggressive, When the Bulldogs throw
p.m. grid contest with.perennial Tornadoes even put on pads to hard nosed football player they go to a split end one side, _
fS rival Live Oak. practice last summer. Hurse who likes to hit. Derrick Mac- a slot on the other, with a split ( H
) Winner of the all-important scheduled tough opponents key 163-12 is quick as a cat at backfield. In that formation, I
contest will represent District purposely, so If and when his the other defensive end according they usually throw the football I
5 in the Class 3A state playoffsthe Tornadoes hit the state play- to BHS scouts. but they will run some A good pas rush Is laid to be the best pass defense, and !
$) following week. Bradford offs they would be prepared. Linebackers in Live Oak's 5- dives and sweeps to keep the that's what Rickards quarterback Joe Lane Is getting from
High is currently the only undefeated "We look for a good ball 4 defense, just like that of the defense honest. .. ." ," team in District 5 game this week. Live Oak will Tornadoes, are quick, aggres- "They'll show us two con- linebacker Curtis Crawford 85. BUS defensive end Willie
play. BHS is 2-0, Live Oak and be up," Coach Hurse states. sive, hard hitters. Andy Day trasting styles," Coach Sexton Perry can be seen blitzing In on Lane's blind side as the ballis
Buchholz are 1-1. and Eastside The Bulldogs are a very fine number 50, is the team leader i says. The strong-I with two released. Lane completed just four of 15 passes and had
is 02. Both teams are 6-3 on defensive ball club, says and is the only Live Oak tight ends and the straight two Intercepted by the BUS defense .
the season. Hurse. They have two big player going two ways. He Isthe dives, then the wide formation ;f
.. Should Live Oak win tackles, Harold Galloway 200- offensive center. .which spreads the defense out. looking for the complete game middle guard Scott Pooser.
showed Linebackers will be Paul
tomorrow night on Bradford 11, and Tom Morrison, 200-11 Super star of the team, however It poses different sets of prob- the Tornadoes against. Jenkins and Curtis Crawford
i" Field, the would that Hurse labels "probably is tackle Harold Gallo- lems and the Tornadoes nave Baker County they can play.
Bulldogs go will Clark out the
The offensive line be with helping
quicker better than we've who is billed by BHS been this week to
any way practicing
.. to the state playoffs.' Live Oak end Steve Earnest strong side for Jenkins at
.. football tight
and Bradford High would then seen. scouts as one tough face t both> offensive sets. i .
both have identical 2.1 district Live Oak is labeled "aggressive" player.. "We'll be able to play our tackles Keith Carter times.
The defensive secondarywill
Tornado Offensively the Bulldogs defense without Tommy Edwards, guards
by scouts basic 50 ,
records. Since Live Oak would
and have Emmitt Bright at
had .their David Godsey Perry
who have them have problems. Sexton
seen play changes, says.
have beaten the Tornadoes
Jockel monster with Kenny Aycox,
Their regular quarterbackhas too different is Bryan and center Jeff ,
twice. Nothing
Live Oak would go. been Injured and a fresh- and spilt end Jackson Prevail. Jerome Reddish and Erie I
A Bradford High win would "It will be a typical line- expected from the
the Tornadoes man's ball game, very man number 6, has beenplayfng. offense this Friday. BBS will Jimmy Prevatt will be at Biggs.
give a perfect have their first
The signal quarterback giving the
regular and the
physical, go with the power-I
3-0 district mark. A win will very
aggressiveh portunity in a long time to go
caller number 10,is the better Tornadoes( an experiencedjunior
head the Tornadoes into Sexton. "Those "
slot.All has rounded into to the playoffs, Coach Hurse
It Was pretty cold Friday night, even for Tornado state playoffs against Tarpon two big defensive tackles are passer however. the Tornadoes are who of Live Oak. "Whoeverwins
cheerleader Margaret Ann Norman who could keep warm by following week: on the key to their defense." Live Oak runs from a' healthy this week. Center Jef- form. Big Jimmy Clark will says, Both teams have
jumping around.BHS Bradford Field. Besides the big tackles, the strong-I formation. The fery Jockel, who dislocated a start at fullback. Beaver identical goes. records. Live Oak
Bulldogs just play straight knee cap in practice two DeSue will be the running
football. "They just come at weeks ago practiced for the back, and Kenny Aycox will has beaten Eastside by one
Defense Fine Offense Improvingback you with it," says Coach Sex- first time this Monday since start at the halfback-wide point Fernandma, as did BUS 13-0; has and beaten Mac- I
his Injury. Jockel expectedto receiver spot.Defensively. I
226. Bolles beat Live
dives, the option, and be ready to start. the front five clenny
The defense turned in "That's about the only play of the week for his per- week for his blocking perfor- the sweep are the main plays. The Tornadoes will go will be ends Willie Perry and Oak 28-0, Jax Kenney beat
another fine football they picked much yardageon formance. mance. tackles Live Oak 21-14. and Buchholz
game up The Bulldogs throw the ball defensively and offensivelywith Jay Godwin, Marty
and the offense is steadily at all, but they didn't break Jerome Reddish and Kenny Beaver DeSue did a good job more than the Tornadoes about the same line ups Russell and Wayne Scott and beat the Bulldogs 150.
improving is the analysis any play at all, and the ends Aycox have both been steady running the ball against Coach Hurse says. Number 2, they had last week against .
Head ,' Coach David Hurse were out there to make the performers in the defensive Rickards Coach Hurse said. Charles Loston is a fine Rickards. Coaches are still
places on the Tallahassee play." secondary. They were key DeSue picked up an even 100 Haw Business Opening
Kickards game which his Tor- Solid play!' was also received players in defending the option yards and scored two touchdowns -
nadoes won 24-6 last Friday. from BHS linebackers Paul Rickards kept trying to Quarterback Jimmy
Candidly, the Tornadoeswere Jenkins on the strong side and get untracked Sexton said. Prevatt executed the option GREEN'SGARAGE
well, and with
Curtis Crawford on the weak ran Increasing
looking ahead to the very "Our boys hesitated a littleto
side. Jenkins had eight quickness, Hurse said.
important Live Oak game and see where they (Rickards
tackles. Crawford, who Coach
Rickards was looking forward around stunting linebackers) were Fullback Jimmy Clark hada .
has been
to playing a big game with the football says all season had 10 going, and it took away a little fine night both blocking and "
1 Tallahassee this running. Clark got to run 10 .
rival Godby from our aggressiveness. By Morgan Road Baptist Church
tackles a blocked punt, and
off tackle .
week. "Neither team played The defense was aggressive times on slants .
inspired football," says Coach work intercepted Crawford apass. For named his enough to stick the ball in the more than any game 80'far ;/-. <. SPECIALIZING IN
this and he added ,,/
Hurse. season,
endzone three times. BHS had
BHS defensive -_
lineman of the
Key turnovers in the first week. 212 yards rushing, including a new dimension to the BHS t7 \. ENG.OVERHAULINGBRAKEJOBS
half were the turning points'in 72-yard sustained drive in the backfield Coach Hurse noted.,
the I ball game, Defensive The defensive secondary dida second half. Kenny Aycox filling in at c.v '5fl. UP
Coach Mike Sexton says. good job too, receiving Hurse complimented the wide receiver for the Injured '
Rickards was forced to give praise from both Hurse and front line: tight end Steve Richard Lashley, caught a TUNE UPS
up the\! football the five times it Sexton. Earnest tackles Keith Carter key pass and blocked well. .
gained possession in the first Monster Man Emmitt and Tommy Edwards, center Aycox made a diving catch of '18.. UP
half.The ball went over to the Bright recovered a fumble Lawrence Budget, and guards another pass but officials
Tornadoes by a fumble, two Intercepted two passes, and i David Godsey, Perry Bryan ruled he trapped it. Films
blocked punts, a sacking of the was in on five tackles. Bright and Lee Casey. Godsey was showed it a good catch Hurse Charles GreenP.
Tallahassee quarterback, anda was named BHS defensive named BHS lineman of the said.VANITY" .

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Scott Pooseragained ? ,1oIIf":w.xiJ(:". i..".. ,; "' a.'9" '*'0"1';' ,' ; W {ryt .'i;!..,r". .' .
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n.' '
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"He's fine football player,"
says Coach Hurse
Sexton was also "real A' IIr r, A ,
pleased" with the play of
defensive tackles Marty
Russell and Wayne Scott. "I .
was a .little disappointed the 7ALE
past couple of weeks, but I i..
thought both performed real ,. ",
well the other night."

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tackles, five individuals and I
three assists, and Scott has
five| tackles. Both had the ;
chore of playing in front of t II fb; aI
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Leads 24-6 BHS Win Over Tallahassee ;,


In another display the of Brad-out-' ball hawked Redskin Johnny StatupcsBradlord Richards Trying to develop consistency go, DeSue got three hard 15 in six plays before a handoff gains. Cofield ran 17 Bright after Rickards refused-
standing defense Cofield's fumble the first
on B Flnt Downs 10 earned in two tries. 17 yards to punt due to the runningout.
ford High Tornadoes battered from the Tornadoes came yards was fumbled with Rickards once and Lane passed
play scrimmage Friday 212 Rushing Yards 67 out in the second half and From the six, Prevatt threw recovering.Early to tight end Nathaniel Gallon. .
24-6 past Tallahassee Getting the ball at the 115 Palling' Yards 7t at the Rickards
night. over
drove to the Rickardssix incomplete to Erie Biggs, The Tornadoes a final, Taking
Rickards to increase their Rickards 28 the Tornado 5110 PC.PA.PI 4157 72 yards in the fourth period got Tornadoes scored in
1975 season record to a 6-3 dfense stuffed, the ball into 1 Fumbles Lost 1 yard line, all on the officials ruling Biggs trapped Rickards mounted its scoring anticlimatic, touchdown with :30, the with DeSue running
03 Vard. Penalized 30 ground. Prevatt kicked a field the ball. Then came the '45 seconds remaining after live plays
drive. The Redskins marched ''
mark. the endzone in 10 plays, inO Punting Av..ogo 3.1\ five straight times, the touchdown -,
goal from the six, a 16-foot Prevatt field goal. incomplete ,
72 yards in 15 plays plus two Rickards
Prevatt final four'yard :
quarterback Jimmy .,.... boot to make it 17-0 with 7:34 fourth down deep in BUS coming on a
Score by Qu. : offside penalties against the m
The Tornado defense keeping the final 5'yards for Rickards could not move the burst over left tackle.!
BHSRlckards 6..5..5..1. .S/ left in the third at the 30 yard line.
; period.
recovered a Redskin fumble, the TD. Prevatt's extra point 0..0..0.- football at all in the third Tornadoes inside the BHS five territory Prevatt's extra point kick was i }:
Prevatt the ball the late yard line, with Johnny Cofield Lane's fourth down pass was !
kept on period. But in that stanza Emmitt good; BHS had a 24-6 victory;
batted down .
Touchdowns ground during that drive. He LUIS mounted yet another getting the final half-yard for
II BHS. Prevail,5 yard run. EP kick ran for five Clark charged up drive from its own 40, the good the touchdown with 5:36:
UockedII BHS OeSue 3 yard run. !:P. the middle,for four yards then field position resulting from a remaining in the game. The :t'f,
Prevail run. DeSue got the call seven punting exchange in which extra point run failed; .
31 BHS Held goal Prevail 16 yards straight times. The BHS Jimmy Clark punted out of ,Kickards trailed 176. .
4))failed.Rickards run 1, and With first( dive and the
ill i l BUS DeSue 4 yard run. EP 2 yards. a yard line. power sweep to
prevail kick.Crawford down at the nine, and goal to BHS drove to the Rickards gain its yardage in short All Winter

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4 Live Oak Contest Amounts

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To Biggest Game Of Year I!,

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"It's the final ball game with When Coach Sexton says all Live Oak defense has the best receiver. Loston runs from
all the marbles on the table," the marbles are on the table, defensive end Tornado scouts both the slot and at split end.He's Ii
is the succinct description Defensive that's exactly what Head have seen all year in Ed also a good runner after
Coach Mike Sexton Coach David Hurse has had McDaniel, a 185-pound junior. he catches the football. i
places on tomorrow night's 8 l his sights set on before his McDaniel is an aggressive, When the Bulldogs throw,
p.m. grid contest with perennial Tornadoes even put on pads to hard nosed football player they go to a split end one side,
.SJ rival Live Oak.' practice last summer. Hurse who likes to hit. Derrick Mac- a slot on the other, with a split
Winner of the allimportantcontest scheduled tough opponents, key,163-12ls quick as a cat at backfield. In that formation
will represent District purposely, so if and when his the other defensive end, according they usually throw the football !
3 in the Class 3A state playoffsthe Tornadoes l hit the state play-.
[ ). to BHS scouts. but they will run some I
S following week. Bradford offs they would be prepared."We good pass rush I II said to be the best pass defense, and
Linebackers in Live Oak's 5- dives and to keep the
Is sweeps that's what Rickards quarterback Joe Lane Is getting from
High currently the only undefeated look for a good ball
4 defense, just like that of the defense honest. '
team in District 5 game this week. Live Oak will (l-r) end Keith Carter, 83; tackle Marty Russell 75 and :
Tornadoes, are quick, "They'll show us two con-
Curtis Crawford 65. BUS defensive end Willie
play. BHS is 2.0, Live Oak and be up, Coach Hurse states. "
sive, hard hitters. Andy Day trasting styles Coach Sexton
Buchholz Perry can be seen blitzing In on Lane's blind side as the ball
are 1-1, and Eastside The Bulldogs are a very fine number 50, is the team leader The with
is i says. strong-I l lit released. Lane completed just four of IS passes and had
02. Both teams are 6-3 on defensive ball club, says and Is the only Live Oak tight ends and the straight two Intercepted by the BUS defense.
.. the season. Hurse. They have two big player going two ways. He is dives, then the wide formation ,'r
'" Should Live Oak win tackles, Harold Galloway, 200- the offensive center. .which spreads the defense out. looking for the complete game middle guard Scott Pooser.
tomorrow night on Bradford 11, and Tom Morrison, 200-11, Super star of the team, how- It poses different sets of prob-- the Tornadoes showed against Linebackers be Paul
Field, the Bulldogs would go that Hurse labels "probably ever, is tackle Harold Gallo- lems and the Tornadoes have Baker County they can play.. Jenkins and Curtis Crawford
.' to the state playoffs. Live Oak quicker, better than any we've way, who is billed by BHSotball been practicing this week to The offensive line will be with Clark helping out the
.. and Bradford High would then seen." scouts as one tough face both offensive sets. tight end Steve Earnest! strong ,side for Jenkins at
; both have identical 2.1 district Live Oak is labeled "ag player.Offensively.. "We'll be able to play our tackles Keith Carter andTommy times. .
records Since Live Oak would gressive" by Tornado scouts the Bulldogs basic 50 defense, without Edwards, guards The defensive secondarywill
have beaten the Tornadoes, who have seen them play have had their problems. changes" Sexton says. David Godsey and Perry have Emmitl Bright at
Live Oak would go. twice. Their regular quarterbackhas Nothing too different is Bryan, and center Jeff Jockel, monster, with Kenny Aycox,
A Bradford High win would "It will be a typical line- been Injured and a fresh- expected from the Tornado and split end Jackson Preva tt. Jerome Reddish, and Erie I
give the Tornadoes a perfect man's ball game, very man number 6, has beenplayIng. offense this Friday. BHS will Jimmy Prevatt will be at Biggs.
3-0 district mark. A win will aggressive, very physical' The regular signal go with the power-I and the quarterback, giving the They have their first op-
head the Tornadoes into the says Coach Sexton. "Those caller, number 10, is the better Tornadoes an experienced portunity in a long time to go
was pretty cold Friday night, even for Tornado state playoffs against Tarpon two big defensive tackles are passer, however. slot.All the Tornadoes are junior who has rounded into to the playoffs" Coach Hurse
cheerleader Margaret Ann Norman who could keep warm by Springs the following week on the key to their defense." Live Oak runs from a' healthy this week. Center Jef- form. Big Jimmy Clark will says of Live Oak. "Whoeverwins
jumping around. Bradford Field. Besides the big tackles, the strong-I formation. The fery Jockel, who dislocated a start at fullback. Beaver goes." Both teams have
Bulldogs just play straight knee cap in practice two DeSue will be the running identical records. Live Oak
football. "They just come at weeks ago, practiced for the back, and Kenny Aycox will has beaten Eastside by one
I BHS Defense Fine Offense Improving: you with it," says Coach Sex- first time this Monday since start at the halfback-wide point, as did BHS; has beaten

,- ... ton.The l his injury. Jockel is expectedto receiver spot.Defensively. Fernandina 13-0 and Mac-
The defense turned in "That's about the only play back of the week for his per- week for his blocking-perfor- dives the option, and be ready to start. the front five clenny 22-6. Bolles beat Live I
another fine football game, they picked up much yardageon formance. mance. the sweep are the main plays. The Tornadoes will go will be ends Willie Perry and Oak 28-0, Jax Kenney beat
and the offense is steadily at all, but they didn't break Jerome Reddish and Kenny Beaver DeSue did a good job The Bulldogs throw the ball defensively and offensivelywith Jay Godwin, tackles Marty Live Oak 21-14 and Buchholz
improving is the analysis any play at all, and the ends Aycox have both been steady' running the ball against more than the Tornadoes, about the same line ups Russell and Wayne Scott, and beat the Bulldogs 150.
Head Coach David Hurse were out there to make the performers in the defensive Rickards, Coach Nurse said. Coach Hurse says. Number 2, they had last week against ter, .
places on the Tallahassee play." secondary. They were key DeSue picked up an even 100 Charles Lesion, is a fine Rickards. Coaches are still
Rickards game which his Tor- Solid play was also received players in defending the op yards and scored two touch- New Business Opening
nadoes won 24-6 last Friday. from BHS linebackers Paul lion Rickards kept trying to (downs. Quarterback Jimmy V
Candidly, the Tornadoeswere Jenkins on the strong side and get untracked Sexton said. Prevatt executed the option GREEN'SGARAGE
looking ahead to the very Curtis Crawford on the weak "Our boys hesitated a littleto well, and ran with increasing
important Live Oak game and side. Jenkins had eight where quickness, Hurse said.
tackles. Crawford, who Coach see they (Rickards
Rickards was looking forward Sexton has been around stunting linebackers) were Fullback Jimmy Clark hada
rhplayTallahassee game with the football says all season, had 10 going, and it took away a little fine night both blocking and .. -
Godby this from our aggressiveness." running. Clark got to run 10
tackles blocked
a and
week. "Neither "team played ass. For his The defense was aggressive times on off tackle slants, By Morgan Road Baptist Church
inspired football, says Coach work, Crawford was named enough to stick the ball in the more than any game so'far
Hurse. BHS defensive lineman of the''' endzone three times. BHS had this season, and he added a SPECIALIZING IN
Key turnovers in the first week. 212 yards rushing, including a new dimension to the BHS
half were the turning points'in 72-yard sustained drive in the backfield, Coach Hurse noted., rlR EN6.OVERHAULINGBRAKEJOBS
the ballgame., Defensive The defensive secondary dida second half.Hurse Kenny Aycox filling in at
Coach'! Mike Sexton says. good job, too, receiving complimented the wide receiver for the injured '&0" UP I
Rickards was forced to give praise from both Hurse and front line: tight end Steve Richard Lashley, caught a
up the football the five times it Sexton. Earnest tackles Keith Carter key pass, and blocked well. TUNE UPS i
gained possession in the first Monster Man Emmitt and Tommy Edwards, center Aycox made a diving catch of
half..The ball went over to the Bright recovered a fumble Lawrence Budget, and guards another pass but officials '18" UP
Tornadoes by a fumble, two intercepted two andwas ruled he -
passes David Godsey, Perry Bryan trapped it. Films
blocked punts, a sacking of the in on five tackles. Bright and Lee Casey. Godsey was showed it a good catch Hurse
Charles GreenP.
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pass interception."I .

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Tigers Romp 22-0 By SthRanked Crescent City


STATISTICSLB hitter off left tackle. Hazen fourth down Whitehead got the plays had subsided. Five illegal procedure on the next Three running plays middle by Tiger Coach: Jack Jones said

CRESCENT CITY Fifth LB C. City passed to Paul White who first down on the Tigers'4Gyard players from the Raiders play ,and they were moved Jackson a'first' on the that the defense played l one of
ranked Union County Tigersof 11 first Down' 0 made between line were ejected by the officials back to the 27. Jackson went resulted down its bes contests 01 the year,
Lake .Butler" scored an 203 'YAr84 Yards! 'Passing"-, SIal 0 several a defenders on the five Ha/en then engineered a during a period that took off right tackle to the 25. Raiders 45 and another set per the The game marked their lillh

eighth 22 Victory over nil PCPAPI 057'T and earned it into the endzone beautiful quarterback keeperup almost an hour to complete. Jackson, on a pitchout( from foul penalty opposition's shutout of the season Lake
ranked Crescent City Fumble Loot 1 1as for the second score of the the middle for 14 yards anda On the first play of the Hazen, went around right end Tigers up on the\ thenpassed Butler ended its regular

Raiders on a cool night Yards PenalIZed SSS brisk night. Jackson took a Lake Butler first down on fourth quarter the Tigers to the 19. Smith was l 30 yard line.lazen at the five season with eight wins and one
marking the filth time in nine 76 5 Punting Average 3 SS pitchout from Ha .en and went the Raiders 32 yard line. received a personal foul for no gain and Hazen pitched for incomplete.White Hazen loss H-7 to Santa 1<'(!. Crescent

ballgames that the Tigers held By Quarters around end for the scoreto Jackson went around right penalty that put them back to back to Theris Conney who and it pitched was buck to White City now has won seven and

their opponents scoreless. Luke Butler 8 8 6 0 22 0 make right it 16 in favor of the end to the 29. Smith venturedoff the Tigers 28 yard line. fired a pass to Whitehead that who then handed losUlwo..
Crescent City 0000 Tigers. left tackle to the 25. Jackson them picked up seven was wide of the target and the knocked oullcf bounds on Lake Butler luis an open

Touchdown Crescent City, unable to Jackson went off right guardto yards out to the 35, going offleft Raiders held and took over at was the 23.: Hazen's pass intendedfor date next week and will open
Crescent City had not been II) L.B Curnminqt t yard run (Hflten make any headway, was the 22.5 Whitehead pickedup tackle. At this point the their own 19. Whitehead at the goal line the state- layoffs with a home '
held scoreless in more than runt I down at the 17 Tigers got a first down on a After Crescent pickedup Alfred
21 L B Helen to White pass 20 yards forced to punt to the Tigers the first City was intercepted by game with Jasper at K p.m. on
three years. After recoveringa Jackson run) who also were unable to get a going off left guard. Raiders, personal foul penalty a first down, the Tigers got Ashe who ran it out to the 25 "Friday November 211,
Lake Duller fumble on theTigers' II L B Whilenead, run 4 5 Yards (run first down and punted back to Jackson then made two off which gave them the ball on one more opportunity to score. line on the final play of Crescent City has a game next
33: yard line,the Tigers lailcd, the Raiders. right tackle, came back and the Raiders 49 yard line. Chris Lawson intercepted a they The final scorewas week and (hen plays host to

then preceeded to take the On the second play after the was stopped for a loss to the..llazen was then dropped for ne Raiders long pass at the Lake Butler 22, Crescent Wildwood in their opening
starch out of the Haiders when Lake Butler territory, but on kick of exchange the Tigersintercepted 16. Smith powered his way otl loss back to the Tigers 48. Tigers and ran it back to the 0. in Iwo weeks.
they held and took over on the the second play of the second a Raider pass and left guard lo the 13 and then pass from Hazen to White was 39. City playoff game

Lake Buller 45 yard line. quarter Jimme Mobley alertly C'ummings ran it to the went around left end to the, incomplete and then another
picked olf a Raider pass at the Crescent City 47-yard line. four and half yard line to give Hazen pass to White was

In live plays the Tigers look Tiger 20-yard line and ran it The Tigers moved down to the the Tigers a urst and !goal.\ Raiders a first down on Registration Set I
lead it back. to the Tiger 35-yard line Raider 27-yard line as the half Whitehead went up the middlefor the 30.
the although was a
and tumble ballgame With Luke Smith, llazen ended' with the score Lake the TD with 2.2 remainingin Hazen on a pitchout to Smith ... t.4.
with rough on both and Sam Jackson doing the Butler 16, Crescent City 0. the third stanza. Glen Kempwas was thrown for a fouryardloss For Bunt(a mr Junior
heavy hitting the running, the Tigers picked l up The Raiders picked up one stopped attempting to run to the 34. Whitehead went
sides. Key play of opt'mndrive one first down men Tim first down as they received the for the extra point The Tigers off left tackle to the 30. Hazen Busketbuill-luy
beautiful 44 yardmn
was a Luke Smith Whitehead punted to the second half kickoff, moving led 22-0. '.1"-then tried to find White at the ,
around by their own 27-yard line. The where the Raiders had a shop on its own 37 and had a by three raiders who \ Department will begin
bull the twoyardline.
first down the Tigers 39 covered on the play. Hazen
Raiders however were fourth down and three TheTlgl'rs'
for its
L.W. Cummings then unable to generate any offense alert defense forced after picking up three first tried to get a first down by .. registration Bantam'' ,
went oil right guard for the Basketball League this '
and were faced to punt where Joe Pickens to downs. Their drive was passing to Whitehead but the 'II
touchdown that put the Tigersout (quarterback defense of f and the Monday Nov. 24.
stopped by the alert ( pass was incomplete
Lake Butler took over at the and the took '
in rout.I The Tigers set up (fumble Tigers the Tigers Whitehead (aiders took over at their own Forms may be picked up at
a lake kick and Danny Ilazen Raiders 46-yard line. over at their own 31. ,
pounced on a fumble by 30. the Old Armory or at Pratt
On first down Smith went off The then generated a
raced around lei t-end to make Tigers series of
and In the next plays Street Center.
Raider Terry Langstom
the score H-0 with 6:50: right tackle and picked up a sustained drive that took mostof assessed the
the the officials is for
took This league boys,
the Tigers over on ages
remaining in (the opening first down on the Raiders 29- the remainder of the third for
three times
Lake Butler 39 as the third Raiders 10-12. All games will be playedin
line llazen lost four Smith picked four
yard quarter. up
quarter. fouls and this backed
end with personal
quarter came to an the Old Armory Proof of
yards on a quarterback yards to the 35 going right up
them to their two yard line.
The Raiders then moved l keeper. Jackson made three the middle, Whitehead got the score Lake 0. Butler 22 The Raiders up were then forcedto date of birth will be requiredfor

down the field after taking the going off left-guard. Cummings four to the 43 on a rollout. Crescent City and the Tigers had t'i all participants.
Tiger kickoff and moved into picked up ten on a ciuick( Smith picked up one and on Raiders In the apparently quarter frustratedby another big opportunity? to The be Junior getting Boys underway( Programwill
at the Raiders 34.
losing and having their score
with registration
seven-game' winning streak Jackson picked up 12 the yards KIIS quarterback Jimmy Prevail gets bin pass off to begin within the next few
to 22.
Union High Defense Leads snapped lights that, got broke into a number out after of going Lake Butler right,was guard called for fullback Jimmy Clark, right, under a hard rush from Itrdskln weeks. A II games will of the be Junior

John Johnson Boys Program playedat
I -- the KJE Gym

Shut Out Of Crescent City"Our EA L.E I I'J' II I I IIcwumn I I I'!' ,: .

defense did it again" and Jimmy Mobley for holding Looking at season totals, AiL !
cheered Union County Coach the Crescent City sweep. Jones is optimistic about post.
Jack Jones' in retlection) on the Lawson had season state playoffs.
22-0 sacking dealt Crescent the opportunity to force on the Two Tiger linebackers haVe ii.n. I"J
City: last Friday by I he Tigers.Six corner and did an outstanding more than UU) tackles and ';. ; ,
turnovers, caused by job there" Jones said. assists to their credit for the

pass interceptions and fumble Lawson received honors as 1975 football season, Jones I

recoveries, gave the Tigers the outstanding player of the said. Ccdric Warren leads the
more than ample opportunityto week at Union County High, pack with 120 tackles j ,

turn their option play loose intercepting lackles.secMobley followed closely by Dean II _
racking up 11 Dukes with 101 this
on the Raiders, racking up an year
total had to tackles and assists, one Daryl Williams and Glen
impressive 243: yards
offense. pass interception and a Kemp are also coveting a ei4Ji

Although the Union: squad breakup place in that line and may iuj

touched' off I 110 yards in penalties make it with superb performance ....
Luke Smith had another big in the playoff games
the.strong defense held'
Crescent C'ltv to ti" yards night on offense, Jones said. Jones said. I ; '"i 0 : O' .:1'0'' _
Smith carried the ball 14 times
rushing total bringing the JI :\::: !!!!!
lor 120 yards, averaging Union County will (aceJaspel' n .". N'Ipt
season shutout record to six of .., (
nine 1II11l'S. letter than eight yards per for the district title \\J I !, t, !.'..>-- Q, _

\\IlIll' Glen Kemp madeiainesMlle carry !Nov. 211, the day after Thanksgiving J ; '. ) jsVft. '. \

(: Sun lineman of the Split end Paul White drew on the Lake Butler ""w't.I :! II INEPT. j ". ', (:
\Mfk with 12 tackles and the Top Tiger's praise for his held. Jasper now has as-I \ ,1. .; @ MEN'S

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Big fullback Jimmy Clark 44, drive off tackle for five I
yards running over a Redskin player in the process. IFJt I II
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Fri Sat Sun
Frl 8-6 6-7-9 Sat And Sun 1-3-5-7-9
r District cross country champions to compete this Saturday instate cumpetllionincludetl(I-r):
The true Mory of one man V struggle to make the ,.' Cindy Griffith Karen Crawford Nancy McNeal, Frances'"oltruiie, Morrl Orinsbce, KrridaMcDougall.
Ruth llazen, Laura Chase, Lynn Pierce, Linda Richardson and coach Melba
wilderness his home and the animals his friends. [QJ Howard

I he Advent tires of BHS Runners Head To StateHaving I

.xGmr won first place in The top three teams will go to Pierce ran the course in 10:29:
district 2 competition, the !the state meet. last year, while Richardson
Bradford High School girl's has sliced a good chunk oft' the

'lnlx1r 1\",..,..., II"'Y"I .'' Wln.am.hl AlhlryaeMm..b.mhl Lhd.w.'Jwt..n.hrr cross country track team will Ruth Hazen copped fourth 1:1:23:): time she clocked in as a
.Ion xAnY"mxr TM\M""Ch....* j Nxi ,mhxwN, UnhmatSTt(511 -wxwxN \ compete this Saturday in the place in the field of 51 runners freshman.
,, .. .., ... '
1 I."".1" : .k. ,11..1 I blmp /I. nm unl Iwxr rn..hW.xWN. state meet in Orlando.
,,,, ,1 l wxl.ImSuailiiSttlv t .nl Ih Lw Au.r 1Wrowlyxlr with a time of 9:50.: llazen ran
main ,, JO n MNXMhr hW'n lwxnl 1, "Frances Coltraine and
'lrncd" Inhnl".I"J Alwduml"lriv'lliin tiurt>MllMlt Y h coin the course in 10.17 as a
w wh'r ell hr KituvrvinAmulit -- '" Ymxd nlro. (Mhll xy "It's such an accomplishment sophomore in the meet last Frieda McDougall also ran.
Color by' Technicolor, '''-.I.I.'n.. ..'''..- .hv.. .''" f' -\, !h A"1x nn h,hhua.xnnrntlww wlh lido SxrvW for a first year vear. The lop l five of seven runnersare
u rllnk:unllax: lllC l.' w Jluminn m.Ixm chosen to make up the
i' h.N.: N'xu(11;I 'ynlll I n team to state coach
: Starring Dan Ifaggcrty und Denver P>1e W Melba Howard beamed "It Sixth place was captured final score for the team. Other
Directed by Richard Friedenberg all boils down to a preferencefor Saturday by the 9:52: time of cross country track girls! who
team victory over personal Merrl Ormsbee have worked out and run this
Datid a sophomore
by O'Malley
) @IScreenrl.l Suzuki Of Starke victory." !that also ran 10.17 in the 1974 vear are Laura Chase Nanl'YlcNeal
Produced b}' Charles E. Sell.or, Jr meet. and Karen Crawford.

c ax:::.r. 304 E. Call Starke. Fla 964.6020 More than 250 girls from 35 all sophomores.
state schools will meet at Both girls will receive
Winter Park High School near ribbons for top 10 finishes. While praising all the girls
Orlando this weekend to vie Cindy Griffith, a freshmanwho for an outstanding season.
for state titles.. didn't run with the squad Coach Howard is eagerly
EAGLE looking forward to bringing.
last vear. 'legged her way to
The BHS girls topped both 12th place in the district meet the entire squad back into the
r Buchholz and PK Yonge cross with a time o! '10.07. competition next tear for an
country: teams with a score of even better season. since none .
il1 iI1lAili after a 3-3 season of this year's runners are I
_ofI 50 tying on Junior Lynn Pierce and
-.... -.... / : seniors.;
-, wawa record. Eight schools participated Linda Richardson took 16th
in the event held last and 17th places in the event
Saturday at Santa Fe High. with times of 10:15: and 10:17.: r


10 ppE Faye Johnson !


j My'TH i..: yj"YIr Takes Ladies !
I II \
-II I IFrl Tennis Title

Sat Intermediate tennis student' I.

!Ie' : e.{. J : 'Mitchellplus Faye::n both Johnson singles took and top doubles honors

competition in a class tournament -

:: : """' ."' .II"-1I." "._"-" [: ..... ... _!. !!Irl. Center.'Jratt held Street Monday Recreation night at the

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-1'1 r JUMBO ROLL J'Lene Lafoon finished
": : : ] "
r {{ [*: ., w'rr ; '.... GIFT PAPER" 1 /.. / second in singles play and
1'5. L...;""" to.w..w.J ....... I" :;...,. ....d JAV.OIIFOIL 2IX v / Mon Betty Shuford joined Mrs.
I Ii Johnson for doubles honors.
.. "<; \ !t,
.' J r I --.J:7/ "...I'll Make The tournament, sponsofed,,
r ,
) the _
r { \II r.. '\] Ir.- by Draw-Tile Inc. and
L I --, tour DeathA Starke Drecreation Department
-tw. structor Jerry McGritf
I ft
.. IlLi".J !. Iolhkatiw: ; :'\ LEPAGE'S $AnN i
'GD T SETS PLAY PHDNOGIIAPH WESTERN TRAIN SET "'I111J iday' designs 'AAwaal.' 2'.d... AHIHMETAVCOIS Seven tennis bulfs participated

..._ i r including/ Gale Smith.
'"' .
-" PLASTIC the"Specialist Linda Tatum King and
2SPEED2I"DELUXE A. t I Clt.. C. > A. LITTLE NEW12..SOFTDOLL.SUGAR.. THE J1J.._ ICICLES, 1tf/2X" .!t p Faye Johnson took first Bobbie Faye Chaff Faye us well as

BIKE OOTSIfETOY 11 :::.::J B. LIL DAISY II" ,% .7> !181( MfrCOUNTSAVf41% t tal "' place in both singles and the winners. Trophies were
::::: > .TODDLER DOLL ",,l"k -=- :VI" doubles tournament com presented following the cold
SLN NA III i..""" !:: C. r1 DOLLS tr."Ik' ... w j. pl'titiOtlUh this forehand and windblown matches Monday -
( : I ; OF ALL NATIONS ...,
J ; 'P' I i-::.' TOWElliNG-n, __ Monday night. night,
-rype gear -C"O.1 :':':' .: I
ihiftl, FDA approved 7\-/yQV :::".:"': ).:.:.' : nish-Fireproof lorIIim Plus "The Diligent Daughter," To Be Staged
safety reflectors. Un ,'. : roil
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assembled. Colas I'< i.i i: : tic
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.... ) -Y. : ::, .;: :;::;;.;: selection. -.. 109 tl P.. Moss green. long 611"angel. 9d I 133" Sin ...... Tonight By Bradford High Students. '
A saloon in the "big city" is 7:30:: in the high school uudiloriuiii. -
...' :JJ.I.'I.h"1M.l.J --- : ...., ..J't; "''I.'ICT''' BWVB lVWH the setting for the first play The cast leutures liev-
: _..... w presented by the Bradford eraly Meng. Ed Frampton.
J I. .r =m NEWI" H"'LTON---: -, .: High School Drama Club Cindy Edwards Wayne Berry
U-CPEED STAND MIXER \ I hi COLOR; tonight. and Matt Herres.
.- h ..
\ .. IAv.l.lI :. ( .V. "J.' CD The one act melodrama. Tickets cost $1 I for udulls
'r-- ." '. ,,1/1' CROWN "The Diligent Daughter" is and 50 cents for children, and
.r'w ( INTERNATIONAL PICTURE tonight !(Thursday, Nov 20)) at may be purchased at the door..
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Uses wAIJa.tI"ony 'leading -... GLASSWARE SET 24...CHROME PLATED .DIGIT CALCULATOR Of 12x24 Wide Homes In Stock

I 209 rantrol.Custom Lea shaver haette with travel, comfort co... o:. or 6 01. con. Ready cordroadydat.dual"'con"aI.light.on/off switch" swlve N ..!I._._ ..., Ready For Your .Inspection.. \

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eight. 3'...'." prints inolar.For El.cnic.y" 3>element lens, simlie ,. > 8ullt-lnstandh.IpsFat.ota... :|GALLON EAOLSMURIATIC I QT.QUAKER STATE THOPW TESTED KV.A. SUPERUCTRK Home CenterHwy
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The parrot reported missinglast FARMER GRAY CORNISH HENS SAND -

month from the front : ."
porch of Mrs. C.A. Futch at n T
106 North Church Street in SELF 'f,. ."f,i ,+ ':..II"
Starke was found dead on vk # r'' .
Wednesday of last week.A
spokesman for the Starke ,;t! "
Police Department said that / ,
the bird cage was recoveredby
Officer Julius Eunice on
Tuesday of last week in a TURKEYS "
storage Laundromat area and between Coleman's the 16 LBS ,.

Street Cabinet in Shop Starke.on North Water ( }D & UFPOPUP
The spokesman said that (WITH THE AUTOMATIC :>
Officer Eunice, Investigator -
) /
George Alan TomasovichJ.and
Mrs. Futch's son Mac, LB
searched the area where the rl. .
bird cage was found and the ,t .
remains of the dead parrotwas
found in an area betweenthe P _r
two buildings.The -
investigation is being 16 LBS ; :
continued Department.by the Police & UP 10 TO 59C



HolidaysThe =A jAYE AY .
/ ?
Q /yll ] i
Elkettes of Starke 1. / ] UOII i iI
Lodge 1802 are having a
Christmas bazaar Nov. 28 and ii
29 from 11 am.5pm? and A i
Nov.30 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m.at =
the Lodge. tA :
Crocheted items, toys 1
decorations and Jewelry willbe I
featured sale items, along : A
with a homemade cake. 1
served.Cake and coffee will be : : & a

The lodge is located on north 1-,
US-301, across from Baldwin tI']
Chevrolet. _ PICK
: .

School's Out 3 Days _

For ThanksgivingSchool I) i-)
_ _

nesday, is Thursday out next, Wed-and ORE>PEYIo dllll Im' {I.EYQEYl.W1Ics 0m+ Of/gpnl NIPAkO ]lIN ME1dtEYE lrbt Lin 10 ImyftrylowPrk.ONELESS OrI yl' fup rDlReouM /Ijl h.ONELESS YY ++_

students Bradford County's and teachers some 4,000 to CHUCK POTROAST FRESH SMOKED ROUND POLE PICK Golden RipeBANANAS
celebrate the Thanksgiving 9 Toe PICNIC STEAK TOUR
holidays. :I WATER ADDED d 'i91ina.TfAdt u,,,
Only 12 month personnel .,. g / aorT., '68 LBZ7QWNI .;TIi b hIN. il I
will be on duty in the school 49LB 'SSLSri l COIiEN
system during those days.The faDN _LB le LB
third holiday at Thanksgiving,
instead of the traditional two
and Friday, is
on Thursday -l.--------------- ------------- -1.----
one of three additional: .
holidays negotiated br.the ,. I 115 10 ,. OCEAN, SPRAY I
teachers in their talks with the PANTRY '

work school 193 board.days Teachers this term,will in- I 1 PRIDE SUGARI I I I CRANBERRY SAUCE I

stead of 196.Christmas. L 1
I 160z 1
beginfor 5 LB 1 WITH 9.1. (m1mJ
holidays I
both teachers and students BAG CAN COUPON 1 .
Friday J _ _ J '
Teachers, however, will AI, -S-_SS,1.. A1.y ____________________
.return on Jan.5 for-a planning, ... ,_ IIt'J- 'N- .' I COMPARE OUR IVIRYOAT, YOU tAVI I
r.; 'LO.C. UP
day '" Ii" '-STARKE'SLOWWW. i'QUICK FIOZEN I IS LI AV8 : 4 '. .' : t"' ,I A GRE AT M(GIFtTDE A!
FOOD '' a i Cornish 'Game Hens II .7'9 10'I

LYKES i LI PM Food Gift Certificates
PORTRAIT FOOD i Grill Franks 5199 20- .;

SPECIAL FAIR PRICES i Skinless I Franks 69* 30' I ITORtl AVAILAtllTALI L111 / \
@ 320 SOUTH i American Cheesed i : 98 11I FOOOil!! .
WALNUT ST. i tlw h..S,Food,*m Oitt air>CtihcaMmm omm.ron.



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portrait t POUNI IASouthern. I FYNE TASTE.I Hot I PANTRY PRIDE lloi I CARD EXPIRES DICIMal" 31, 1175.
Maid Meal 99' .'I Maraschino Cherry 2/89/ 17' I Quick Oats 49e "' I AT AND YOU"PICK CONYINIINCE UP YOUR NEW.117.STOP>CARDHWHICRCI3 '


: 99 Long Grain Rice 69t e'.1 Del Monte Pudding 69 4< Pantry Pride Tea Bags 99C 30- I 1P CARD YOU, WE DO WILL NOT"NOW PLEASED HAVE A T0 CHECK-CASHING ISSUE ONE TO '..;

HandlingCharg.. Black Pepper 39 .I Mix' 36C 31 Facial Tissue 21/ 1 2' WI APPRICIATI YOUR BUSINESS.

WIN.ctn..fwA>to|.at-lwoa>pnaHOnp .r 1MnNg" Water Softner Salt 5125'I Pride Shortening 5139 10' Plastic Tumbler 69' 2011 PANTRY PRIDE! >,

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Mitchell's RexallDrug : L' : j :U',' .' .

127 E. Call St. _ _ _
Starke Fla. 1

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WednesdayNov.. 26th SNOW GILLETTE P.ptlent JOHNSONS Party ak ',' N1OWNYOSN O eWS


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November 20,1975/ TELEGRAPH Page

r ., OVER 60? SAVE % Community News

L'- .
on prescriptions, vitamin, convalatcent aids, lutic aids, insulin, needlelInd i. *I ELIZABETH GIVENS
t syringe in Ecktrd's: pharmacy department. That's 10% off Ecktrd'l WALKER

alrtady low pricti.Applications: available now. Brownie Troop 325
w Investiture
Investiture for Brownie
Troop 325 will be held Mon-
day, Nov. 24, at 5 p.m. after
regular meeting has been heldat
: 3:30: at RJE old school. All
BUFFERIN DESITIN RIGHT T.I.4Ut.m.tc BOB f' parents and interested citizens
euntn. With built-in are invited to.attend.
x (. photo I UnMi,
Flip fluih br. NAACP PlansThanksgiving
BOTTLE OF REG. GUARD Kodak trav.I l CM with strap. ,
1.99 SKIN How to tike pictures took
The NAACP will hold a
Sped*) proe nln9 coupon?
100 Thanksgiving service Thurs-
CARE 40Z. KLEENEX KODAK day, Nov. 27, at Philadelphia
TABLETS Baptist Church in Lawtey, at
ri. DEODORANT 11 a.m. The speaker will be
2 a musical program !
\ 1 S OZ. LIMIT 1 I ow.n I I9UFfERIN BRONZE-LIMIT BOX OF 200 CAMERA KIT held. All members and Interested
citizens are invited t<

I IYAI/AIAtAM I MuW CARE Nlllalu REG / attend.liirthday Party

99 9'59' 58 203 3s s9o 499 Daphne Heastie wa
: Y honored with a party Monday

t ', .. Liwo Ida Nov.Street.17, at her Many home guests at 813 al

tended and the honore
received nice gifts.

Church News
New Bethel and Kbenezp
Baptist (Churches under th
;;;*:: :: INSTANT O AUTOMATICALLY 1 THE NEW / REG. Pastorale of Rev Lero
PERSONNA Davis. New Bethel Churc
CORN AS night with Prayer Meetin
'SAFETY SILEX and Bible combine
eoicir Study
BLADES GRILL DISPLAY Sunday services begin wit
LID ELECTRIC' ROTARY Church School 9:45.: Mornin
DOUBLES AS TEXAS lk service at 11. Kellowshi
5 a. BOWL JUICER Hour 3 p.m. All members an
SHAVER INSTRUMENT 'T,2o0 MODEL friends are invited to a(tern
Ebenezer Baptist Churc
PC night at 7:30. Church Schcx
WORK! MODEL ADDS SUBTRACTS -. will terminate service for th

_r 2 7i REG. 10" I REG. j 1 36.99 3NDCUTS288 AND MULTIPLIES, 1488 day.Unity The True Helen Church Sampson of- God Whit I

12'99 13.99 DIVIDES-INSTANTLY day pastor.night.Prayer Terry Meeting service Mor Wee

nesday night. Prayer Meetini;
and Preaching Service Thursday
night. Church School wil
begin services Sunday at 1am. > .
c- FT. DOUGLAS Morning service at 1
FIR a.m.and evening service at I

WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS p.m.First Born Church of th,
ei i TREE Living God. Hder S.V. Cohen
1 CAN USE YEAR AFTER pastor. Prayer service Tues
HAIR M13 EL YEAR day night. Terry service Friday
II II ONE ELECTRIC BLANKET EASY TO night. Sunday is Pastoral
100% NYLON BINDING LUXURIOUS ASSORT. Morning service at 11.Ml. .
; HOLD-LiMITT\\IO VAPORIZER 29.99JE11 Richard Bethel Pastor. Ser-
{ 1 pc TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE vices will begin with church
m.olded school 10 a.m. Morning
/ virgin vinyl. .ONE Worship at II, Church Conference -
63' 88 GALLON II II 1 88 2 0-LIGHfr will be held immediately
REG 2 TIP after morning service. Afternoon -
3.99 REG. 14.88 AEG, 16.88 MINIATURE welcome service! 4 p.m. Visitorsare 1

LIGHT_ SETA Ml. Moriah and Pleasant
Grove United Methodist
,... Mlnl'lure. double) Parish. Mt. Moriah serviceswill
..".lcee- 14" WIDTH MTIO M'lher..Replece ''j2I conclude with Church

TRIAMINIC LADIES ,BROOM 'Ibulb'! Will.in. 2apeo REG. 66'c 'School asked 10 a.m..to attend All membersare Fellow
; :
II M I .n. i@fQl r ('in. ship tlour.J'
Pleasant Grove Church services -
40Z. SWEATER 83 began with Junior Choir
WOMEN S LONG SLEEVE REG.l I OF 15. REG 49' rehearsal each first and
EXPEHORANTOR second Monday night at 6:30.:
AND SIZES 3 rehearsal.At 6:30: Wednesday
STYLES. 8 OWS night. Prayer Meeting. Thurs-

1 T SYRUP (LIMIT 3)) ASSORTEDMATERIALS MfTAL . . day night Bible Study 8 p.m.
THamin4cUnlno (YOUR CHOICE) OR LEAF RAKE I Antioch Baptist (Church
REG. 99" REG. 99' Kev. Dennis Strong pastor
r+ BLENDS. Quality, heavy duty Church School, 10 a.m. Morn-
"' a metal: construction: WHITE TIUEPLANTER'S ing Worship at 11. Evening
t a Worship. 8 p.mGreater ,
Dons onET REG. REG. 66 Bethlehem
119 57
200 o 7.99 588 1.99 44 MPER . . Jasper fo'reewllllJaptist Williams Church pastor., Hev.Ser-

REG. 4.29 vices for the week: Monday
night Rev. J.P. Franklin
DElUXE preached. Tuesday night.
METAL Deacon J.C. Smith was in
366 charge of talent night. Wed-
> DIAPARENE .rREE STAND nesday night Brother Carl
COCKTAIL Tyson of Pleasant Grove deli-
f vered the message. Thursday
j BABY PEANUTS c 18 CT. REG. '1.49 <(tonight< >)> Sister Juanita Car-
,,:,, :, ter is in charge of talent night.
.;Y: I ,2GL OIL CHR'SlMAS Friday night a Triple Choir
WASHCLOTHS REG. 99s ROASTED 79 Anniversary will be held.
REG. 88
LIMIT TWO 97= almos t *: CARDS Junior and Tiny Tots will be

r Io" 17' . honored. Saturday night the
Do......, l s 4 X 5 IN. MINIATURE DURAFLAMEehee Senior Choir will be honored.We .
FOIL' the
OH PAPER have been feasting on
: \bY\ 70's-LlMIT1 HIBACHI CREWEL Words of the Lord. If you do
1 LOGS 6 ROIL not attend you will miss a
LIFETIME CAST 1 4 treat. Sunday is Trustee Day.
=mi REG
IRON WITH KIT WRAP 2.99 24 Church School at 9:30.: Morn-
burns 2
\ w'..LANOLIN 70 I II I 88 WOOD HANDLES' 588 WITH FRAME flames 3 hours in. 77C- ...'. . Worship Ing Worship at 6 p.m.at 11. Evening

I SHU.TS REG. 7.88l REG. 3.00 199 Greater Allen Chapel AME
I colorl!
I II PAK (Church Rev.. R.G. Heastie
._ LIMIT' 2 FLAT BOXES Pastor. Weekly services
began with Class and
99' 7vcPHILLIPS Meeting combined Tuesday

WD-40 wEA!! TwiMS night.Nolley Wednesday N. Pullum night Choir

4- -. ... wh.nlWlAlS. rehearsal at 7:30.: Friday
I N(oninatlon o/Bailnatrhion. night Stewardess Board No.2will
STOPS SQUEAKS,, ISO hold their at
t CAPSOLU anniversary
1 .
MILK OFMAGNESIA I PROTECTS 95 7:30.: All members are asked
ZEBCO 404 a to cooperate with this activity.
METALSLOOSENS 1I Sunday services will begin
IRONCHIAI with Church School at 9:45.:
12 OZ. MINT w Morning Worship at 11 with
.".,I". OR PLAIN: ''TWICe Junior Church in charge. At 3
RR.d111 OZ. CAN prlnhwilh, l_moiekphl,. .., p.m. everyone is asked to
/ ..
LIMIT d 'nd
I 0" b'ocll.OReI
ii ROD COMBO Get P nlievet attend the Fellowship Hour.
M ,,
a/cet pr .
REG. .
I MILK OF ( 1.79)) .. oil end prl".I1. S OU.CIco"llt


.,.. .6\0000.,.".:t.p 73' 99 FIBERGLASS#816439 E404 8 TWSCa"EIS ELM, eI''l .CHI1D I..'S
1. ,';o..i' 6,8 ,Who" Y'" plcll liP Y'a'' Y...... COUGH SYRUP .Smith ParticipatesIn
----J. --- REG. 8.97 'toot glm It.and... "pdnN 0'' 01'' .I'lack R doa'Nrtlteaon i .-.....'.end rNiarq. ,i' t: Hawaii Training
LIMIT ONE M. ,.."'0'
old whU.Nlmer' .- t'flallfp 9lsf+ .10. I Schofield Barracks. Hawaii
... 1u1 LIJR RI % prlco of o C :tVlAYDAY .49 Nov. 3 Army Private
oo" William A. Smith 18, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester F.
In adventure

BALSAM RICHARD'S ; 00 j) I 01D1T1l1( ( ]I] ] ](OW! JI]iir ITEMS HURRY SUPPLYi LIMITED SOME and participated training The water Training in Hawaii.survival included techniques land- i'

O O D V.s 831 S... Walnut Starke. Fla. back packing and hik-,
,I Pvt. Smith Is a' gunner'In
cbIf.ta. SALE PRICE REFLECTS tO COUPON AND Company B, 1st Battalion, 5th

# I Division's Infantry of the 1st 25th Brigade Infantry at

LIMIT" Barracks, Hawaii.He .
,,18 02 69 ONE COLORS88 I Schofield entered the Army in

LIMIT : June 1974 completed basic
tWO II !training at Ft Knox, Ky..and
WITH COUPON TNAU 1/22 WITH COUPON THRU was stationed at Ft.Polk. La.,
THRU 11/22
.- f a prior to his arrival in.Hawaii'
last December :
.1 ,1 .1 The private is a 1974 graduate -
'kw er..:....._uaml.."'" .aKr a Brra v of Bradford High School-
In Starke.. '

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Bradford Delegates Back CarterAt

aJl1'raJum a ;\

State Democratic ConventionThe LABELED
PLAINLY, \ By William S. Ilaas i:
Service Officer: ,
11'1\ R
Bradford County Harris, 1; and 133 delegates High $
Democratic Executive voted "no preference" meeting 'TH-E i 5'OU1' Be sure your address is <(I'

Committee's four-member morning gar 1pPIGK .. correct on you V.A. mail i,.

delegation voted unanimouslyfor The four-member Union all the -.I. z The Veterans Administration 'Jimmie Carter assistingthe County delegation gave two convention Up is one of the U.S.
former Governor of votes to Wallace; one to waving HIM Z Postal Services largest V
Georgia in garnering 65 per Carter; and one "no band customers, emphasizing the .':,".
cent of the vote in a straw preference." Clay County Days, importance for beneficiaries -
(presidential 'preference) polled six for Carter and one parading of Veterans Administration
ballot Sunday morning in representative"* of Florida's; for Wallace. 'nominate benefits to keep the agency ":

Orlando: blue-collar voters, polled only .candidate. : 1I informed of their correct 5,

57, for third place. Hailed as' the first general porters addresses. t_
of the Q/
Carter cornered 1,035 numerous
convention of the state'sDemocratic
ballots cast by qualified and ; / Each month V.A. mails out ;
1,418 J. Other potential presidential Party since 1900, behind 7.3 million checks to veterans r*
delegates, Gov. candidates included on the
the Orlando meeting exceeded and their dependents for ?
Shapp of Pennsylvania was ballot were: Sen. Henry advance expectations in attendance Richard and
runner up'with 60 votes, while (Scoop) Jackson, 46 votes; and enthusiasm with praised FLI compensation benelits., pension Another J3 5ifc
Gov. George C. Wallace of Sen. Birch Bayh, 32; Sargent close to 1,600 delegates Governor I K1I 4.7 education million veterans who hold T9

Alabama, who snubbed the Shriver, 15, Rep. Morris registered from all parts of GI life insurance {policies p,,
convention as "non- Udall 8 former Sen. Fred I
; Florida In talks receive $12 million piecesV.A. ol jw
j AL correspondence i
pledged \ periodically throughout the 0fi.
1 FLEA MRRKE T year. *'

number For of the Jf
many pensioners
EDITORIALSCarter bureaus PLCK UPSE'Rv and GI Bill students, the fc;
measure, monthly V.A. stipend: '
he took represents a major source of fc
Georgia. CALL' income. While V.A. records f$
indicate the vast majority of '.
Gov. NOV. I CJ 4sas beneficiaries receive checks f-!

routinely, this near-perfect *
address -. record requires the continuing -
his help of the veteran and

where ((1. dependent.The i
switched L-c'L----r' ,
number of non-
j Former Governor Jimmie Carter With the other major candidates $800 deliverabty largest checks is among ,

f swept the State Democratic Conventionin bluffed out (of the race here, Carter he took of GI Bill students, principally
cut $
Orlando last weekend with his pleas- hopes to be able to consolidate most non- because of their mobility..

ing personality, hard campaigning, and Wallace voters behind his campaign, and In an The Monitor's view during Weekly periods changes of of residence a school

reasoned approach to national problems, equalor even. exceedthe Wallace vention term are not unusual.
capturing sixty-seven percent of the turnout Gov.

vote in a straw l ballot among 1,418, party: If the Orlando convention is any indication continue financial say Jimmy Carter? office Contact promptly your with nearest changes V.A.

delegates. voters from all across Florida are his public ., vou ., of address.

behind the Carter campaign.One .
Wallace Alabama, swinging gambling
Governor George
cent of Florida's party official said that many dele- Jimmy Carter? It sounds just like
who gained forty-two per
to the convention uncom- But be serious?
vote in the Presidential election of gates came can they Householdi.
mitted, but were impressed by Carter's from .,
1972, made a surprisingly poor showing, directness, candor, and hard Jimmie thought so eight or nine months ago. a 4'
"sincerity, /49P at
third in the poll with a mere five Hotline. ,
running work." They also liked his grassroots Governor Carter of Georgia and ..
per cent of the vote. family have been working hard of.
background (he grows seed peanuts at Crosby;
by Becky Giebrig"
Plains Ga.), and the fact that he is "not : ,
Wallace had shrugged off the conven- out of Washington, D.C." chairman; clobbered his Demo- Your Extension Home -0.;
of Carter has
tion, saying it was not representative
the rank and file of Florida voters Had Sensing victory at the convention, member. by winning two-thirds of the EcolI'nIJll 'Jy\

he attended '%nd addressed the Governor Carter told delegates that the In''a presidential straw poll This at .:t

delegates, there is' little doubt that his Florida primary "has boiled down to a Democratic state convention. QUESTION: : Do you 'have *\
he twice
weeks after as
three got words of advice on the ,
showing in the poll would have been two-person race" between himself and itt M as his nearest rival in a straw poll any of a nursery? (Mrs. .

considerably better, but for reasons best Wallace. This in spite of the fact that fund-raising affair in Iowa. Planning) A, ,,

known to himself, he did not choose to *' Governor Shapp of Pennsylvania impressed MOUE ANSWER: Don't think of 1t'J.as ,: *

come. delegates at the convention, in Midwesterner Hubert Humphrey a nursery. Regard it and *,1

( two brief addresses, to the extent that Srs: with 12 percent of the vote furnish it as a room for a "
Carter has given the forthcoming Florida he came in second in the poll, pushing 23 percent. In Florida runner- growing child, a room with a '
Wallace into third Shapp of Pennsylvania got less than future. Except for the best tIC<
place After'a k
preferential primary top priorityand crib you can buy, furnish the *
the 23 trips he has already made to my last to Mr. Carter's total of almost 700, room with "adult" furniture,
Sen. Henry (Scoop) Jackson ran approval Wallace in third place.
with comfort, storage, multipurpose -,t
off in
the state are paying rapidly grow-" fourth in the straw vote, indicating that condition use and hard knocks ft..
ing strength for the "Georgia boy. he still has support in the state, particularly again his hat now officially in the in mind. The child will need .,*

in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area vent my ring,was of course the competitor play area, storage space for-.'*

I !' When pe captured 1,035 Votes out' ''of" ,and,the east, coast '' 'stretcl"from Palm ford A straw poll in November is a long clothes, eventually Practicalities a place for>.'t*

l}, ';:, 1i ;T.MSV.afel;' ,': ''n the OrMndo' poll: it'was' Beach to' Miami.,Coticeptrating'his'Flo-' : who a primary in March;when Florida's study.floors, washable area: rugs vinyl., fft

strong evidence) that the Carter stra- rida effort in those areas' Jackson hopesto degenerate.The( ( conservative supporters of Mr.. washable walls the simplest/v

tegy, mapped out eighteen months ago, win as many as fifteen of the state's make their presence felt. window curtains. JA, .

is proving effective. On the other hand, eighty-one delegates. whom the Carter's preliminary success has perience, there is a popular yearning for a QUESTION: Can a cream<.
Wallace's poor showing of only 57 votes, very lO-man new generation of leaders. sauce be frozen? (Mrs,...*
focus to the straggling
SGD) ff.
running behind Governor Shapp of The outlook is poor for other con- able Democratic candidates. 1. $

Pennsylvania, with 60, may indicate that tenders in Florida, and some of them and tributed have .rA.'t to be listened to when he defines With his background as Governor, peanut ANSWER: YES. Freeze Irfe I

his strength has ebbed in the state since apparently intend to avoid the state asset to want even If they decide he is farmer, and nuclear physicist, Mr. Carter freezer jars, plastic cartons, *
tin cans or in heavily
1972 altogether. society in to supply it. represents diverse strands of contemporary fined cartons Use paraf&;

it is a experience. Talking to editors around the months. Since freezing mayj'i;

Carter's strategy does not discountthe Based on observations at the conven- thinks so Mr, Carter sees his fellow country, he deals straightforwardly with cause the fat to separate**

Wallace strength remaining in Florida tion, it to us that Jimmie Carteris a road as wanting to send a candidate to issues. For example, he thinks the big oil heating and thorough mixingn -,*

but presumes that most other can- the appears man Gov. Wallace will have to ity bring upon and not just a signal. He inter- companies are already making enough profitsto after thawing is necessary/J 1' '
didates will shy away from a confrontation County. votes for Wallace as a signal of do sufficient exploration for new domesticoil. *
beat in the Florida .
How do
preferential primary he believes Southerners He asks not U.S. QUESTION: you
with the Alabama Governor in the But starkly, why' save *
sunshine state. This assumption is basedon And if the Orlando straw ballot means Some Wallace can never win the Demo- supplies and use imported oil as much as F make) Crabapple Jelly? (MrtI.t, .,!:,;

results in 1972 when the second place anything, it would seem to say that the ford article let alone the presidency. possible letting the producers know quietlybut '
Alabama Governor must start ANSWER: The Bradford;:
beatingthe that future
finisher (Hubert II. Humphrey) was able funding unmistakably any embargo County Extension Office has a., ,
to garner only eighteen per cent of the bushes, in the Carter manner, if he the will vote for one of their own who at would be met with a U.S. embargo on exportsto FREE booklet on how to make-

votes. expects to come out ahead. hold a chance as Mr.Carter,with his them? various jellies, jams, and pre-t;
the ,asserts he does. serves.The following recipe i4vfor
and the People will come to their own conclusions as Crabapple Jelly without.,
zens by be a dark horse, but he is not a to whether Mr. Carter Is right on the issues. added pectin: iP

I Paging Portianatural dition.remain in Or, if he is, he is working at it with But at least he appears willing to address them
zeal and grass-roots organizational with ideas in which he believes. U this crabapple INGREDIENTS juice :(about cups-3
Our in small is reflected be
the old ideal any approach groups as pounds crabapples and 3 cups
missioner can grow up to be president even increasingly goes before the public, it could water), 4 cups sugar .
Now is the time, if ever, when President since women have faced diffi- syth campaign Road from the South. encourage other candidates who want to deal

Ford should make a distinguished culties in the practice of the law down cit this with issues rather than passions. The Democratic TO PREPARE JUICE i

appointment to fill the .vacancy on the through the years, and only recentlyhave the too, that Mr. Carter's fresh scramble could turn into something of Select firm one-fourth, crisp crabapples,
about "
him down unknown face beat out an to be. underripe
the public seminar a campaign ought
Supreme Court and not yield to the had the opportunity to progressand favorite like Mr. Humphrey. and three-fourths fully ripe.?.

temptation, in an election year, to makean build up experience comparable to Just sign the Humphrey strengths and ex- The Christian Science Monitor Sort, wash, and remove stem
appointment with one eye on the men." and blossom ends; do not pareor

effect it might have at.the polls in November Drag Gooey, ,or small core.pieces.Cut crabapples Add water into,

This is not to say that if a woman y cover, and bring to boil on
jurist is available and, in the opinion of County Agents ,' 1 By high neat Reduce heat and
Such temptation be overwhelming simmer for 20 to 25 minutes,
may her peers, comes close to the best qualified Bobby
for President Ford in view of his past men, surely she should be given V or Extract until juice.crabapples are soft..
THANK : notebook
track record on appointments, some of sympathetic consideration. But the a Taylor| i.

which have been more political than weight, in the national interest at this One TO !MAKE JELLY t Mea J''
statesmanlike. The temptation this time sure juice into a kettle. Ado< V
might be even greater with the First very crucial time, should be on wisdom has Floridians cooler weather calves that are held over. You sufficient phosphorous and and stir into a kettle*, -
Lady openly plugging for appointment and experience in the law rather than: on frost we had last can let the old cow lose a magnesum and provide it Acid sugar and stir well. Boil*

"'of a woman to this highest sex, race, religion, or ideology.In legislation slow lawn insects bundled or so pounds duringthe free-choice today.. over high heat to 8 degrees Fft
position above the .
There were winter and replace it next boiling point oj_
assuring Another considerationshould until mixture sheets *
of problems in without real
summer any
As out Erwin Canham his own interest, Mr. Ford should natural be to control internal from a gr Ito"
pointed by editor and pastures production problems. But spoon. (
serious and external in
most parasites
give this matter con- your
of The Chriatian Science Monitor, $200 crickets, ar- growing calves need to gain a herd especially in the Remove from heat;skim of
"Many women lawyers and judges are sideration. His misjudgment propos- Florida sod webworms and pound or more each day. This animals. Lice and foam quickly. Pour jellj\
quite obviously much more qualifiedthan ing George Bush for the CIA, where a U.S. brown patch and means that they require good worms younger were very bad in many immediately into hot containers k
non-political figure is desperatelyneeded pastures or supplemental feed and seal. ...
some men who might be mentionedfor and such and protein all herds last year. These pests
has cast doubt on his capacityand and cooler as grain rob cattle of
the appointment, but if one surveysthe were \' during their first two years of can silently your Perhaps you have ask
criteria in making important also slowed or food nutrients and subject ?1
greatest jurists and legal scholars in ap- s age, if they are to mature at some of these same questio
of 'our sum- them to such stress that
pointments.This bill, now many or have other question
the size and production
the land, those with the kind of experience the This means proper may die from other common related to home economics. )q
and depth of knowledge which is no time to yield to Betty's need to think diseases. so, please contact Mrs. BectGiebelg '
might make a Court Jus- allows feed for Many cattlemen saw tome County Extension
great Supreme whims just for the sake of having a skirt natural even before rye, of their calves stunted last Signs of worms include Home Economics Agent P.Cm
tice, the advantages are' currently beneath those judicial robes, or held weakness and anemia, bottle
showing clover is ready winter when they were Box 1028, Starke, Florida/
largely on the male side. This is only gaining ERA support in November. municipal There One con over because of poor prices. jaw thriftiness, rough hair, digestive coats, un- 32091, or call me on weekdayrtfrom

systems could be to let the Most had too many cattle on disturbances and diarrhea 8 a,m. s p.m. at 964*.'* '
which if glean corn and hand and just could not affordto 6554.
slow or loss. ill
gains weight
""""""G of
long-term or other fields feed adequately. Many
There several materialson
pPI44 gas have some feed in these calves failed to grow the are market that should Whatever you look for tht44!
pensive and respond in the summer 1975 will
de-worm year give somoft
) oil and had to be sold at a lower your
at 75 and
forages Thbenzole and
cattle. tramisol surprises. 'tjj
grade and price than usual.
tililWit4 utility ra can be used to are two that are commonly .

if they are Speaking of frost, poor available and used in our available that can be appliaSjjf;
and However, sup- this is area. Be sure to read and
0 pastures, and cattle, a ,I as a spray, back-rubber, ort
( ,on 'o protein and range good time to think about two follow directions on the label dust bag.These materials alw,
.,I, BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER strong interests" be weight-loss necessary' in to or three things that utilize help when using these materials. control flies, grubs, and otntt;
Publishers cattle better the external W
cost of your Lice can cause loss of flesh, parasites.
Published each Thursday and entered as second Oass Manor at the Poet Office at Starke. Fla. under Act feed available to them this uneasiness, or restlessness,

of March 3., 1879 do a pretty winter. A good mineral shouldbe loss of hair, poor ap- Money spent for mineral
Subscription rate In trade area! *6 per year; $3 50 she months their adult provided to especially pearances, and even sores, de-wormers dusts or sprawT
Outside trade area: *7 per year:;M.00 six months FLA. but too many let long, but .It is wounds and scabs from could be the best money s
Starke Fla. < in wintering critical in the winter months. rubbing and irritation. There on your herd. Check yourh
Phone 964 6305 \ heifers and other Set a good mineral with are several materials for parasites today.I"IIpe ,



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r PRIEST'S IS TRULY j Community Thanksgiving'

3 \ Service Set For Nov. 26

THE ..
1 The annual community Special music will be, provided
r Thanksgiving service will beheld by the chancel) choir of
; Wednesday night Nov. the host church Rev. Richard
f 26, at 7:30: p.m. in the First Bowles of St. Edward's Catholic
J United Methodist Church Church will bring the
2 sponsored by the BradfordCounty message.
r Ministerial Alliance. The public is welcome to

I Pine Grove Church .. ,
Dolls Christmas Trees
Dolls Dolls >'''At'i
[ Sets Revival :. t'i,..., ,,"

Toddlers, Walkers, Talkers 2 Ft. Pine 2.79 1"""OI''i" ,

:-, fi. Babies 98$ $1.98 4 Ft. Pine 7.98 J For Thanksgiving: '',..(' > .. ..............- .
f The Pine Grove Congrega- 1 '"

I'' $2.98 up to $13.98 6 Ft. Pine $16.98 See And I I tional Methodist a revival has for scheduled the- Methodist Church Homecoming

Say Toys .
Thanksgiving week.I .
h' : : When It Comes To Dolls The meetings begin at 7 Scheduled Sunday
7 Ft. Pine I $19.98 By Mattel
PRIEST Is The I p.m. the week of Nov. 24-30 at
Champ Farmer the church in Raiford. The First United Methodist ing were constructed in 1950.
Raggedy Ann, Bee, I t The Rev. Wendel Thomas is Church will celebrate its 112th lie served lu>rc from IU5U lo
a Sound the Drums Mr. Safety Each $7.98 the featured speaker.I anniversary as Starke's oldest 1954. He is now Associate .'
.' local congregation founded in Director of the Annual Conference -
Many Other Mattel Toys I i First PresbyterianChurch 1863,. with homecoming Sun- Council staff in lakeland -
Big Daddy Drum Set day. .
English i Kev. Thomas G. Mitchellwill A covered dish dinner will I
$23.98 Lithograph I N.Cherry St. preach at the llam. service be served f in Fellowship Hall I

Metal Sunday School 9:45.: Morning Rev. Mitchell was pastor following morning service.
Trap Drum Set $10.98 Ware | Worship 11 a.m. here when the present sanc- The public is cordially invited
Cookie Barrel $2.98 I The Rev. Herb Parsons tuary and educational build- to attend.
1, Small Drums ,98$ from Camp Montgomery will ...
,, ....
Large Serving I the -" """"""'- "
$1.98 Tray 2.59 bring message.
Christmas CardsDeluxe 26.9 ..,.-' '" P Choir practice Thursday
... .",. ... We Have About i 7:30: p.m.Radio ,

Box Of 36 Cards ( -., Twenty Different ,
"Real Christmas Value" .mI'} Hems This Ware W
98< Box t l I
Bicycles. ,> Is Very Beautifu,
Of 10 Cards 2 Boxes For $1.00 .... .., 9 '
10" ...
Many Others Just'As Good $21.98 t

13" $26.98 1 r 9
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16" 31.98

r Broadcast WPXE

__. Boys or Girls 20" 55.98 -' Sunday morning 8:35 a.m.
N" Sunday Morning Training
Mens w frg
or Womens 26" $59.98
Hour, 10 a.m.; Morning

+ Also Tricycles In Lots Of Sizes 9 Worship Evening Service Training, 11 Hour a.m.6;

.$12.98 Up To $18.98AH pm..; Evening Worship

)r ( Completely Assembled) ;, V Wednesday .. Evening Puppet Show Set At Church Of Cud
G. E. Tree Sets
Light n w Worship Service 7:30: p.m.

Gospel Puppets will bo the featured guests ut u "Kldn Krti-
15 Light Sets -$3.39 \ St. Mark's sade" at the Starke Church of< iud Nm.:11-tU.: .
Mr. and Mro. Wilbur Thrush of Tampa use thru uudhnvisual
25 Light Sets $5.69 ; CptSOODM, teaching aides to depict Bible Hcriutuuit.
Plenty Of Lower Priced Services begin!!: at 7i:: p.m. through Saturday and at II :
Sets And Miniatures -- \ Church a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sundll '. Everyone 1l1l4l\'ltt'llttlllttelld tin. .
i Krusade at 42* N. Sinclair St.. in,Murke.
| Church. and 1t..1 JtekMn. It..... I
Paper "' i ObituariesThomas i\

Red I Thursday, Nov. 20: 3:30 ,
PRIEST Has The Wrapping Paper I Wagons p.m., Junior Choir Practice; .I
I 7:30: p.m., Senior Choir Prac- F. Douglas .
Pack Of 3 All ;
Fancy Rolls 69$;: Sizes I
A Real Value RADIO' tice.Sunday, Nov. 23: 8:30: a.m., LAKE BUTLER Funeral Survivors Include his
.. FLYER I Holy Eucharist; 9:45 a.m. services for Thomas Fisher widow. Agnes Douglas! : threesons
Pack Of 5 Fancy Foil Rolls 99$;: $5.98 to $17.98 I Church School; 11 a.m., Douglas were held Nov. 19 at .Edward Douglas of l Luke
tIb!! 3 PC. LUGGAGE SETS $21.98 Morning Prayer; 5 p.m., 2:30p: .m. at the Archer Funeral Butler and Morris and I Hiram
(al.59-Value) At Home here. Elder W. W. of Lake MX
The Priest's' You Will Junior EYC Meeting; 6:45: Douglas! City:
I.h. D ozensWrapping Wore To Choose From Perfect GiftGuitars 1 p.m.,' Senior EYC Meeting. Jordan and Elder Felton daughters Juanita Combs
tIi!! ; Bows'- Fin d;.Lots Of Other i Monday, Nov. 24: 2:30: p.m., Smith officiated. Burial was in and Gertrude Yudv \VinU-r
Z .25 To Pkg 2 for $1 .00'* 11" Girl Scout Troop No. 614. Oak Grove Church of Jesus Haven. Marjorie Greek ol
"'trill Irll"L< ,.. .M" ,n -4 i",, .,m.' "' :"1 ._" \.JtI.'Siz.? ",s..., Wednesday Nov.. 26; 2:30: Christ of Latter .Day Saints_ Lake City Ivenell Wheeler .11!
$3.98 -$6.98- (All Assembled I|! p.m., Brownie Troop No. 311; cemetery.Douglas,' 80 died Nov. 16 at Sand Springs Okla., Shirley '.
Lovely I Selection I I Of Ready I 3:30: p.m.. Junior Choir Prac- the Lake Shore Hospital In Kroegel Safety Harbor mill
$7.98 To Go) tice; 7:30: p.m., Senior Choir Lake Mary llursl of Palm. ll.irlmr:
I Practice. naive five brothers I'cle Douglas of
A of Bradford
Toy Sizes '
Boxed Stationary Jacksonville. David Orange
in County, Douglas came from
Make Music 6 CHORD TABLE ORGAN .. Pinellas county to Lake Butler Park. Vance and .Frvoiii.ni.both .
From of Lake !Huller mid
j five years ago. He was a
With $27.95 SENIOR retired farmer and a member Martin of Tampa: u sister I
25 12 37 of the Oak Grove Church of Hal tie Moody of Jacksonville
Count 98<;J: PRIEST'S CHORD KEY ORGAN I l.i: grandchildren anti (
,, Guitars' $39.95 ;| CITIZENS Jesus Saints.Christ of Latter Day four:gl'eatlralidchlldrt."J.Mildred .

I.' ... 12 CHORD 37 KEY CONSOLE, I I rrrsjj r I'"I St. JohnMrs. 'j
A vote of thanks from us to
HOLSTER SETS by Organ w/Storage "I the Women's Altar Society of Mildred St. John. 81, lakeland: and 111'8.Iit'l'
Hubley $59.95 I St. Edward's Church for their died Sunday Nov. Hi. in Bra- Gills St. Augustine; two sisters -
Single Holster Sets $1.98 kind invitation to partake of a denton.She was a former resident Mrs. Gertrude MoKwcn
1. covered dish supper with of Starke, the widow of and Mrs. Florence llcmlricks.
Double Holster Set $3.29 them at the Parish Hall on the late Vincent St. John for- ill Connecticut: .14 grandchildren -
a Sunday evening, Nov. 9. We mer owner of the local and eight great grand-
; highly commend the Rev. Western Auto Store. chil-dren.
to $5.98 BALLS BY BARRRegulation I 1 Richard Bowles for his lucid Surviving are two sons Funeral services were held

"A Delight To Any Boy" I narration of the slides shown Richard St. John Starke and at :2 p.m. Wednesday In St.
Size I on Rome, Portugal and Steve St. John, Hradenton.: Mary s Episcopal Church with
Ireland. three daughters. Mrs Ruth burial in Mansion Memorial
Footballs I Just a reminder to those of Christiano. Whispering River. Faik. Edwards Jo'unerailiome
$1.98 I and up I you who wish to donate used N.C.; Mrs. Eleanor Palmes. irf Palmetto was in charge.
articles for the BicentennialFlea
Ladies Christmas We Also Have Junior Sizes Market Dec.6, at the old ... '- .
Lingerie Regulation Size Basketballs courthouse. Please bring .
them to Mrs. Sanders at 344 N. L
Pretty Nylon Gowns $1.98 and $2.98 and $3.98 Walnut St. If you desire to
up Tractors have these articles picked up ,
Fancy Nylon Panties $I,00 Red, White and Blue by the Girl and Boy Scouts,
leave them on your doorsteps
These Make Nice Gifts Basketball -$4.98 HUBLEY MIGHTY marked "Flea Market" on -
METAL TRACTORS Nov. 22 or contact Mrs. John "1\'
t Miller if you want them taken

Bibles! Hubley Sr. Tractor from your home.
Baked goods and candies
ihe l GREATEST Gift $3.98 should be brought to Court
Street on Dec. 6 between 8:30
Of All Family Record Ford 6000 Tractor a.m. and 12 noon.
And don't forget to come out
Bible $15.00 $7.98 and enjoy the Bingo Game in
the old courthouse all day
r Famous Fisher Many Other Prices And Saturday Dec. 6, with your

Kinds president Joe Kerrigan, in NATIONAL

Price Toys PRIEST Is The Largest Dealer charge. STUFK1V BAY HAMPTONAREA :
Our executive board met Sov.at8lop.m.Teens : : : .
I In This Area Friday Nov. 14, and a report
Music Clock
Box Radio $4.98
will be given 40 our memberson from the surrounding NEWS
WE HAVE EVERYTHING TO the audit of our books communities are invited this I
,Come In And See All election of officers for 1976,
,. Ton ku Saturday evening to help set
''j The Fisher Price Toys arI' TRIM YOUR TREE and party.plans Dec.for 16.our Christmas NEW National Bath Records.Tub We by extend Josephine sympathy Fontaine to the
tr wbrtn We are sorry to learn that Stuff.Events Volkswagen as. Stuff, Family of Mr. P.H. Loft Sr. I
Angel Hair our good treasurer is ill, and Bicycle Stuff Ladder Stuff, who passed away last week.
fervently hope it will not be Hot Dog Stuff Banana !Stuff,
serious. .Friends NeighborsMrs.
Basketball Stuff are Just a
1jt', A visitor at out last meetingwas National events that T.F. Brown of Hampton. -
Plush Teddy Bears a Mrs. Kathleen Throck, ofMacclenny will few of be the tried to break National Olle Aikins and Mrs.. J.
v 1 a guest of Mrs. Kersey of Crystal Lake enjoyed -
Elinor Thurston. Records. a visit to Cyprus Gar- J
$1.98-$2.98-$3.98. One moment of silence was I
: Up To $10.98 observed at our meeting on Two teams will be In the dens.Mr.. and Mrs. Costanio of
i. Nov. 11, Veterans Day in running. The Hatfields, Mike with
; PRIEST Stores Have Over I" Tonka Grader -"$'... .98 Solemn remembrance of the Scott & Pam Stalnaker are New Mayor York Bruno are visiting until
?M and who died In
Tonka Toys Tonka men women captains, and the McCoys after the Thanksgiving
Twenty-Five Different Stuffed Loader $11..98|| service for our country. This Bobby Milner & Suzanne .
1 action followed by singing
Animals The Cute, Cuddly, Tonka| Has A Great line| Of Toys patriotic was songs.It Thornton are captains. The Arthur Bruno has
Teens will\ be divided into one returned from Miami where
Safe Kind., Is of utmost importance -
We,Have Most Of Them '
that all members of these two teams to set the she visited with her mother
attend our next meeung otr stage for the evenings compe- and sister, I
Tuesday. Nov. 25. We want tition. !

Will Like Shopping With Us This Season Our 51st \Year everyone participate who in our is Christmas able to The record breaking events The Craft Recreation CUss will meet !,
You party so that we can exchangeseason's and the teens will have their Wednesday Afternoon at 4:30pThe : ;
pictures taken to be put in a '
and thus greetings engender the gifts goodfeeling national publication. Cost per regular meeting. of the
teen Is :50 cents (Soft drinks Hampton Senior Citizens will
of fellowship and end will be available at a small be Friday evening. at 7 p.m., I.
COMPANY another successful and
H PRIEST cost).
VAN: County fruitful Senior year of Citizens the Bradford Club November The Representative 21. from

'I National "Stuffin" Day is !the State employment Bureau ;
Inc.We meet at' Pratt St. sponsored by the Pr-Teens of will be at the 'City Hall ,
:On Sunday the Pine Level Church located Wednesday Morning. '
NeQen Recreation Center on Nov. 25 '
, 3 miles west of Starke on Hwy. I November 20.. from M ..m.
>>A. .S. .UJt .. s. at 1 p.m. Come.and Join us. 100. Please wear old clothes! until noon. '


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.'1l: IKI.KfiltAIMI: : Novemlter241,1975:

City Adopts Regulations On Placing; Mobile Homes


Refusing to place a "We don't 'know what the pletion ot anchoring, blocking When discussion of mobile crowded council agreed, but us." commissioner Marc it would simplify the grant chaige lespotiMbilitics.the boaid with plan jd*rJM,
moialoriuin on mobile home time factor will be,." said and skirting and setting of home placement In the city recommendations about Jackson said application process and iiinK thai people ure! sstarting
cluing\ in the city, the Starke zoning board chairman A.L. electrical pole, opened at the Nov. 4 meeting mobile home zoning should be In a 4-1 vote, council decidedto possibly gel the money soonerto Slating(to get! inteiested "'
Zoning\ Board unanimously Crosby,stating that it may bea Councilman Vernon Silcoxand of the council police chief left to the zoning board. turn the resolutions over to apply jointly for the j giant< about planning
adopted recommendations year or more until the city council-mayor Charles Jimmy Bowen, who lives in a After presentation of resolu- the city zoning board for preparation said County Zoning Director oven upset council <
1hnwlav afternoon lo the city plan is complete Schaefer opposed the mobile home was quick to tions pertaining to Inspectionsand of a study and presentation LM. Gaines in submitting the Kpps: assured!he the lharl' ,
tvnunc'f! concerning minimum Admitting that the land use recommendations quoting react. utility hookups, city clerk pertaining to city proposal.Commissioner. there would no problein'geljing i
on-site inspections and installation plan is down the road Warren similar passages from the city "I've heard this until I'm Merrill Edwards expressed trailer ordinances. Commis- Harold Epps people lo serve on tI4
1 requirements.Noting 1 suggested! that the zoning charter (that required com- sick of it." Bowen said frustration that council was sioner Vernon Silcox cast the responded most negatively to enlarged board ', '1
\ that placement of hoard "draw the line" by pletion of all steps. that Starke has always adding forgotten rehashing items already cov- only' dissenting vote, saying the idea, stating that city and In u 3-2:\ vole, council\ audio- ,
homes the city is a "No resolution is worth GeoigcPierce -, \ i
mobile in coxed (attorney
resolution to limit that the zoning board should -
adopting a ered state to
about by law adding thatit county ought remain separate
that to young people
al'ea" ought '
sensitive / doing unless it is enforced. A draw I'l'sulut
the of mobile with such ideas its indivi- to lip U
placement come on and retain
of boards
I who can't afford was a waste time. up
the a
governed bv zoning/ lot of this hasn't been enforcedand conven- revising the city, imri'
hoard Mis Claire look homes tional home, for whom a Final resolution to add own dualized planning agencies.
all faults '
it has been our tt'l' ti Ile
Council n o n
firs Recommendations! to the Council also tabled a motionto recommended men
trailer definitions of mobile then
of her sitting is the and Epps
advantage only answer
we're to enforce it,
going Jackson iusl the
and Mare \
as a board member to air council on minimum onsite let's do it, without the costly "We're established and modular housing to city zon- apply in conjunction with that the city revise its ordinances .
leelmgs that to place a inspection made by the Silcox don't have to worry about ing ordinances drew the most the county for funding to com- if required by law, lo nay voles. '
charter amendments
i '
placemen! building inspector included plete its required comprehensive five- Also b.v2. : vote ( :
moiatoiium on housing Everyone they verbal support from the council add two members to the
said. says
h -down, blocking, and external instated \,((11 1. Smith I
would prospective city plan
put "Even if we don't an don't want one (mobile home) ; but again voting turned it member zoning( board nUlldW>
luolk'is in a bind improvements? to include adopt "If the 'wants to city Ixnul Ituzteesttho;
; bound next door, but we shouldn't .down, city go ( a city councilman and a
ordinance we're ,
"llu'ie's no place to rent skirting; plumbing, by throw in "Warren have some ahead alone, that's fine" but school board membei. and see the city utility 1I.'
young people out the may
law minimum
. and lo buy you or l'an't build borrow a home,"money Mis electrical lines. wiring and j gas< state regulations," Schaefer said, cold," Bowen said.; good ideas here, but bypassedthe I... . .. ...... .,........ ...... ..,..

I (';IPPS said in defense of the The board also adopted a The three mobile home city zoning and planning ,:a. '
\ -'al'd's l refusal adopt such a resolution outlining the parks in! the city are overSchool board in presenting them to

I'solution procedural steps lo be com- Child 2 .
The suggested! moratorium pleted before electrical poweris ltIJ
was first presented to the supplied to a mobile lBlP .
:-'Ial'kl' City ('ouncilov.!; -I by (IwelhngThesestepsincludedoccupancy? Awarded$30OOO Building i irti
councilman Joe Warren to certification: .
'event movement ol mobile septic tank permit and approval ,
toms into the inner city area or hookup to the city Delayed
sewer system: linkage with
until the land use plan iscomplete .
city .
the city water supply; com- tIJGJUl30'il I i 11JUWI1J
Bidding on Phases IV and V week calling for adjustment of : 1\.
The two-year-old son of a of Bradford High School will space allocations before bids :
local crash victim was be delayed up to two months are let in January. However,
awarded$30,000 damages due to plan changes, accord- due to architectural delays
by a
six-member Bradford Circuit ing to Bradford School Direc- bids may not be accepted unlillate [ JE E Erfr.h I] f3 J. '

FREE Court jury in civil suit of a tor of General Services Jesse" February Moore said' "\
freight company Friday Moore Outer design of the build-
following two hours Plans sent to the Slate ings will not change, but space NANCY ALVAREZPAT j
deliberation. Department of Education for allocations for industrial arts l
approval were returned last home economics and business
Jeremy Sean Boyer is the + HENRY
must be increased in order to w
surviving son of Carol c
within state vocational (
McKinney Barnes who was 3 PolicemenAre stay l' '
killed Dec. 2, 1973, when the education guidelines and 1 h j NANCY HULL }
for vocational
receive funding
Turkey 1 car tractor-trailer she was driving parked struck a PromotedStarke equipment. Nancy Alvarez Pal Henry Nancy Hull ,.1:1:

alongside US-301 north of BicentennialFlea Employees Of The Bradford Co. Telegraph & Family Not Eligible \. .

Lawtey.The .
boy's grandmother and Police Chief Jimmy I
Bowen announced the :
legal guardian, Betty Jane Market
with purchase Reames, brought suit against promotion of three officers in I
National Freight Inc., the his department effective
truck's driver Clarence immediately. Pick-UpSet :
Kobcitolch and (the In- Captain Harold Crews, aeteianol
Of Any Magic Chef Range surance Company of North \' more than 10 years
America on grounds that the with the local police department Market The Committee Bicentennial will have a HURST WRECKER SERVICE SAWYER-SLADE GAS& APPLIANCES

driver failed to comply with was designated as Starke this
pick-up service in
state statutes requiring him to assistant police chief. Saturday. Nov. 22,from 8 a.m.
Your display warning devices while U U',S (Scotty) Rhoden until noon .' GUARANTY FEDERAL STARKE PAINT CENTER

', stopped on the roadside. was appointed captain Donations are to be marked
Stating that there was no Hliiuli-n has served on the "Flea Market" and placed on
evidence that the lights were police department for more the front porch for easy DENMARK FURNITURE CO. TG&Y FAMILY CENTER .

:- Choice not on, defense attorneys than l live years, pickup o
: Robert W. Cowles and Dudley OH icer Denton Devoe a For pick-up other than on

r>- (Hardy asked the judge for a veteran? of more than four Satul'day.leave a message: for WISHBONE FRIED CHICKEN ,STATE FARM INSURANCE
years with the department Mrs John Miller at iH)4-6.Or)
directed verdict for the
was promoted to Lieutenant specifying whole you live.
Gas defense because "regardless Items may also oe taken to iJ.
whether the truck was there, 344 N. Walnut St or 1400 B. NORMANS FARM PRODUCE BLALOCK'S MEAT MARKET ;
I the lady would have still runoff
Tennis Club... Old Lawtey Road,
\ Or "Whether the accident l-'rom(, Page I I1) held in downtown Starke on
J occurred is not the question. t tOF
far t to the Court Street, Dec 6. begin-
Whether she would have property one ning at 9 a.m, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ;
V + nu' sustained fatal injuries is the to be considered Baked good donations will .
"They have to be touched in .
Electric basis of the case counteredthe also be appreciated? and
led James some way by it, even two to ,

Plus. L. Tomlinson prosecution, Eugene by Shaw, -' three HI A miles' is affected' H )plipgreplied if in y\ '.tljem persons) 0 are the asked sale l ,on to Dec bring.,. 6A T STARKE_ JttH BUILDERS'.i*.** .<..***SUPPLIES r f >f -*(*.+ t, INCA.. .* _, _J A 1 9.t,88t\I.QU: \ : 1t 7;
, and Richard Welty- zoning Q'between; ft::30! a.m. and noon:
Now Only Denying the motion for "'- f', Potted plants will be accepted j
Those in other counties also
directed verdict Judge JohnJ. by 9 a.in. j
Crews allowed the defenseto have a right to oppose the pro "
continue, and the jury jest llelplmg said Some of ,
the Keystone residents live in .
178 began deliberation at 3:55: "
afternoon.In Clay County."As si a rrtJ y '
Friday U,S. citizens, they havea J ? J ,U
answer to the summons. right to oppose the project.1lie
National Freight et al ad- said.
4" mitted that the accident Several of the appro-, i. ri

happened but denied ximately 20 residents there aoaoo GJl3aJIDCJl1 DLiUl3?

Take Up To Mrs allegations\ Barnes on was the basis negligent that explained? project.why they opposedthe .

that negligence the sole or Ben? Lanier said he boughthis For Tho
24Mo.ToPayOr contributing cause of death. Keystone property 30 j jyears '
The company counterclaimedthat ago to escape from
/3-/3-/3 SameAs damage had been done to growing patterns like the Qr tFin.t
(he trailer. Bradford one He said he left $

Cash The jury awarded National Jacksonville, because it was., I| gEt
I-"t'eight $375 for getting too urbanized.
damages to
the trailer. Pat Dickenson said she had
SHWYERSLRDEHPPLIHNCE (two teenagers who liked the'
Mrs. Barnes' InTown
husband. community as it was. .
Donald, also seeking damagesin A widow who lives across .
the death, was awarded the street from the proposedsite r.
nothing in the suit while the said she would have to
estate of Mrs. Barnes was move if the permit were
332 W '
Madison PH 964 7701 the she N A
given $450. allowed.After meeting S f ly'
said she did not know where G .
'she was going
Alter (the meeting,
developer Bill Clifton said he'
hopes the people will come to

ra Short: On Cash? appreciate"We've never the facility intended lo

harm the community" he

N' See Olin, He Will Trader llelplmg "no said comment"he and.( histheuboard's on } "p "I ''" r'1' t

action and what

the Keystone residents. PECANSTa
i iJ
planned to do now. ,4
For "Anything"from The site is a 5''j acre tract in Shelled or Unshelled "
the Smokerise subdivision. W*
miles south of the Starke city
h limits. There is a large sinkhole (
l in the center of the pro-' '
peity. which the developerssay
is of no use in residential
A planning, but which they will :
use as landscaping for the < : Indian:
clubhouse, (# *
The facility will include four (
tennis courts and an Olympic-, Rivvr
Battleshipto sized swimming pool, as well

as a three story. A-frame : !
clubhouse complete with '
a game rooms. Cost for the pi'oject -, Fruit: P
is estimated at H.uou\() 1
Keystone residents success; SUNBEAM l.q PERRET'S I If
fully blocked two other attempts -, I< G
Billy Goat. to change the corner.? t j( Itl MILK
Those proposals for a jiffy I S t v
store and a miniature golf I'x \\\ O.t { EGGNOG 9
course required a zoning ,
,' rather than just issuing ,
change< "t.t.
Would You a "special uses permit'for ROLLS 9.tIlE8 SOUR CREAM

/ a tennis facihty.Marshal. .
$ 8
Believe. ..... 3
400Norman's BUSHEL
't'ront."aK" I II
Olin Has A Good Selection Of
? regular working days. 1
Jordan said he qualified, then
Used & Repossessed got his money back before he Farm
left. Produce

Mobile HomesOLIIf'S "I would like very much to
be on the ballot and I will do

everything In my power to see. Market
that lam on the ballot" Jor a
MOBILE HOMEHwy dan said
City Clerk Lucille Shuford
was unavailable W'CInl'Sday'for 617 N. Temple Avc.
100 964-5606 Starke comment.
Jordan said that his supen-

F.H.A. Financing 12 Years Single Wide 15 Year Double Wide' Scott slon was had not only formal verbally. (that laid Open Mori-Sat. 9646O711'1I

him off. '

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II TELEGRAPH: November 20, 1975

L ,,,,, '
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LeiJals -
...'. ," LAWTEY

By Terry

Florida Statutes, notice Is here- that W.C. Powell the holder of that W.C. Powell the holder of sioners NO: 75-269-CP Church of God: Sunday llilis.
by given that the undersignedLarry CASE NO. 75-326 the following certificates has the following certificates has Florida at (1-2346)( ) School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee
T. Henry, Rt I 1. Box 248, filed said certificates for a tax filed said certificates for a tax May and vices 11 a.m. and 7pm. spent the weekend with their

Brooker, Fla. 32622, and Otis HAROLD V. SMITH and MARY deed to be issued thereon. The deed to be issued thereon. The Inc., up RE: ESTATE OF Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: brother-in-law and sister; Mr.
Crabtree, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 320-A, JEANNE SMITH his wife certificate numbers and years of certificate numbers and years of December 1 Deceased. A.J. YPE Friday, 7:30: p.m.Church and Mrs. Laurie DuBose of

Starke, Fla., 32091, doing Plaintiffs, issuance, the description of the issuance the description of the and place Evergreen School Baptist 10 a.m. Wor-: Decatur, Ga. *"? '

business under the firm name of" vs. property and the names in property, and the names In publicly NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ship Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: Col. Wm. Wilson went'lo the
"CRABTREE BUILDERS, LLOYD E. LOWERY and which it was assessed are as which it was assessed are as for creditors of A.J. THO- p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Everglades on a fishing trip

Route 3, Box 320-A, Starke, ELIZABETH LOWERY wife.. follows: follows: labor and : who died 7 p.m Thursday with Judge Marvin
on September
Florida, 32091, intends to Defendants. Certificate No. 80 Certificate No. 119 1975 while Grace United Methodist: Wood of Lakeland.Mrs. .
register said fictitious name Year of Issuance: 1971 Year of Issuance: 1971 a resident of Sunday School 9 :-45 a.m. Wor- Zettie( Padgett

under the provisions of aforesaid NOTICE OF SUIT '! Description of Property: Lots Description of Property: Begat AT that County, Florida, are ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 returned home from Alachua

statute. TO QUIET TITLE 6, 7, of Blk 4 in Uncoln City. NE Cor of NWVi of NW%, claims they are required to p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. General Hospital, Gainesville
Larry T. Henry and Otis Sec: 32, Twp.6S, R-22. Sly 750', W 1000' to Ely R/W of The any have or demands that and United Methodist Fellowship Friday after having ; had

Crabtree, Jr., co-owners. IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Name in which assessed: Sam Co RD, Nwly on Ely R/W to N the may Circuit Court against for his Bradford Estate Mr.8 John.Reid on Wednesday a member of Cataracts removed from".both

Dated this 10th' day of FLORIDA: McCutchen. Line of NW'/4 of NW%, Ely Florida in the Cour- the Gideons of, Gainesville her eyes. She came through
November A.D. 1975, at To: LLOYD E. LOWERY and All of said property being In 1280' M/Lto POB, Ex. Lot 150' at Starke, Florida within will be the guest speaker at fine .
Starke, Florida ELIZABETH LOWERY, if alive, the County of Bradford State of E&W by 240' N ft S being 16ff S Any bid calendar months, from, the Grace United Methodist hike Dobbs was a Saturday

11/13/ 4tp 12/4 or if dead, to his or her unknown Florida. of NE Cor of NW'A of NW'/i\ & fied time of the first Church on Sunday Nov. 23, overnight guest of his brother-
publication of
.-------------", heirs, devisees legatees or Unless such certificate or Ex. parcels in or 75-451, 452, 453 Notice. Each claim for the morning service. On in-law and sister, Mr. and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF grantees, and all other persons certificates shall be redeemed Sec: 24-TWP 8-S, R-22. Each must be in writing and or Sunday night they will have Mrs. Wayne Gustafson of
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- or parties claiming by, through, according to law the property Name in which assessed: in duplicate and their Annual Charge Confer- Green Cove Springs.
OF FLORIDA IN AND under or against them; and all described in such certificate or Joseph A. Welch.All cashier's must state ence, Rev. Durward McDonnell Mr. and Mrs Charles
BRADFORD COUNTY. parties or persons having or certificates will be sold to the of said property being in amount of and post the District Superintendent Starling and family spent !Friday -
FOR address
claiming any right, title or inter- highest bidder at the court the County of Bradford State of bid as be of the claimant will be the speaker. with their son-in-law and
CASE NO. 75-332 est in and to the following house door on the 25th day of Florida. awarded sworn to by the claimant, Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Andy
described property, situated in November, 1975. Unless such certificate or ten agent or his attorney, or it gram over WPXE Starke, Harvey of Perry.

DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER Bradford County, Florida: Dated this 24th day of Oc- certificates shall be redeemed after become void according to Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 Mrs. Carrie Phillips Nor-
Commence at the Northeast tober, 1975. according to law the property of such a.m. Worship Services 11 .m. man's family Mrs. Susie
REHABILITATION of the Stateof corner of Northwest quarter described in such certificate or contract Dated: September 19, 1975 and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Phillips Norman's family, of

Florida, an Agency and public NW'/i( ) of Southwest quarterSW' Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk certificates will be sold to the Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible' Jacksonville and Miami. Mrs
body corporate of the State of ( / ) of Section 3, Township By: Beulah M. Moody highest bidder at the court ford County /sEva Mae Thomas Study. Myrtie Milliards lainily. of
Florida, acting on behalf of the 10/30 11/20 house door the 25th of Executrix Valrica Miss Debbie Phillip!
6 South, Range 22 East, for a 4tchg on day with Highland Baptist:: Sunday :
Trustees of the Internal Improvement ---- Estate of A.J. Thomas, of Moniac Ga. and
and ---------- November 1975. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- family, ,
of beginning, run
Trust Fund, Peti- point Dated this 24th of Oc- tract Deceased Mrs. Bill Gaskin! and daughter -
0 44 min- day vices 11 a.m. :
thence degrees bond
tioners, NOTICE OFAPPLICATION tober, 1975. / 4tchg 11/26 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 attended the Miss\ Debbie
utes and 20 seconds East along meeting
vs.PENTECOSTAL FOR Phillips Reunion at Luke
the Easterly boundary thereof a in these --- p.m.
EPISCOPAL TAX DEED Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk --------- Northslde Baptist: Sunday Butler on Saturday,
CHURCH OF GOD Defendant. distance of 660 feet, to an iron owner, in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and Mrs Lewis Smear
IS HEREBY GIVEN, By: Beulah M. Moody School 10 a.m. Worship Ser-
stake on the Southeast corner of 1 100%( of
that W.C. Powell the holder of 10/30 4tchg 11/20 EIGHTH JUDICIAL vices 11 a.m. and son. Mike; Major undMI's.
SUMMONS TO SHOW North half of Northwest quarter the following certificates has ------------- No IN AND FOR BRAD- Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7, Bill Obcrt. and family;
(NWVi/ I of Southwest quarter bid for ,
CAUSE AND NOTICEOF filed said certificates for a tax' COUNTY p.m. Major and !Mrs ,Jam sDoughel'ty
(SW ), run thence North 89 date set and
EMINENT DOMAINPROCEEDINGS deed to be issued thereon. The family: Captain -
8 minutes and 20 All IN PROBATE and nils. Russell Lines
degrees certificate numbers and of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SCHOOL NEWS
seconds West along the years accord 75-311-CP11-2357)( ) and Miss\ Irma Wilson, of Valdosta -
issuance, the description of the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- The Thanksgiving dinner
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Southern boundary of said property, and the names in CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND and will be served on Tuesday (la. : !Mr. and Mrs.
FLORIDATO North half a distance of 462 feet which it was assessed are as FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. thereto as re: The Estate of I ILA LEE November 25. Parents who George\ Breslin of Jacksonville.and daughterElizabeth

ALL IT MAY CONCERN: to a stake; run thence North 0 follows: May and deceased. wish to eat with their children Mrs. Marvin, Wood. !Miss!

degrees 44 minutes and 20 Certificate No. 57. CASE NO.75-332 Palatka, should contact the school C'alhy Wood. Dick Wood( and
AND TO: seconds West and parallel to the Year of Issuance: 1973 tions and NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION office by noon Monday, John Best and Mrs Elsie;

((11) The following persons and Easterly boundary of said North Description of Property: #4383 DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER may be November 24. Blair all of Lakeland Bill and
parties who are residents of the half a distance of 420 feet to a 1 lot in NW Cor. of Lot 2 of Blk. REHABILITATION of the Stateof The ALL PERSONS INTER- School will be dismissed at Kay Wilson, of Gainesville

State of Florida, whose names point; run thence South 89 5 Run E. 105.3', S 110', W Florida an Agency and public house, IN THE ESTATE OF ILA 3:20: on Tuesday for the Miss Doreen Wilson of Jacksonville

and places of residence are set degrees 8 minutes 20 seconds 105.3', N 110' to POB, Sec. 33 body corporate of the State of of ELLIS deceased. Thanksgiving break. Students spent the weekend

forth as far as ascertainable by East a distance of 160 feet to TWP 6 S., R 22. Florida, acting on behalf of the Avenue, will please take notice will return on Monday, her with celebrate Mrs. Win her Wilson birthday to help
diligent search: a point; run thence North 0 Name in which assessed: Trustees of the Internal Im Two pursuant to Florida Sta- December 1. on
The Pentecostal Episcopal degrees 44 minutes and 20 William F. RosserAll provement Trust Fund, Petitioners tract Section 733,212, the un- Sutui! day. On Sunday celebrating th'y'huda -

Church of God, Lawtey, Florida. seconds West a distance of 240 of said property being (in bidding VERELDA MYERS, PERSONALS champagne(the IIrst anniversary party oil
((2)) The unknown assigns, feet to the Northerly boundaryof the County of Bradford, State of vs eral Executrix of the Estate of ILA Arthur Lazelle of Rhode Mr. and Mrs. George Brest.
successors in interest, trusteesor said NW Y of SW 14; run Rorida. PENTECOSTAL' EPISCOPAL of ELLIS, deceased, has Island spent some time with of Jacksonville!
any other parties claiming by, thence South 89 degrees 8 min- Unless such certificate or CHURCH OF GOD Defendant. therewith $ nitted to probate the Last Will his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and: Mrs Tom \\haley

through or against the above- utes 20 seconds East a distanceof certificates shall be redeemed general Testament of ILA LEE Mr. and Mrs. BF. McCulleyand and family, and Mis. Mains

named organization, whether 302 feet to point of beginning, according to law the property DECLARATION OF TAKING refunded deceased, and said David. Other guests who Griffis and children ol
thereof lying described such certificate bona fide has been assigned File came with him were James
existing or dissolved. except any portion in or AND NOTICE OF Palalka were Sunday dinner
And within the right-of-way of any certificates will be sold to the plans and 75-311-CP ((1-2357)) by the Maguire and Henry LaFevre
(U) against all persons HEARING and his who guests of their mother, Mis
daughter came
of the Circuit Court in
and parties claiming or having graded road. highest bidder at the court Petitioner, Department of in good ( with Mr. Lazette and returned Nellieilkinson.; and sister!
and interest or claim as owners, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat house door on the 25th day of Offender Rehabilitation having days after County, Florida The home Tuesday. Mrs. Daisy Boeh. und Lynn.
of the Executrix Box
mortgagees, judgment creditorsor an action to quiet title to the November, 1975. instituted these proceedings by of bids. If Rochelle Texas 76872 is and Friends of Mrs. Spurgeon Mr. and Mis. H,\V. Edwards
lienholders of above described land has been Dated this 24th day of October desire Massey regret to learn that
upon or the filing of a Petition in Eminent name and address of the of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mis!
against the parcel of land filed against you and you are 1975: Domain for the purpose of plans and a attorney is DUDLEY she is a surgical patient in Sir I'eevtee Griffis and daughter
described the Petition Brad- required to serve a copy of your may be Vincenls Hospital
in in acquiring and condemning the HARDY, P.O Drawer 1030, ville. ol Luke C'lty. und Air and
written defenses, if to it, on Gilbert S. Brown Clerk of
ford County, Rorida.I any property described in the Florida 32091. The date Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle Mrs. Donald \Vdkison were
The Florida Department i ofOffenderfWwbilitation the Plaintfiff's attorney, whose By:,Beulah\ M. Moody accordancewith refundable. dinner ol their
,I Petition, states in 1 the first publication of this of Worthmgton Springs visited Sunday guests
.- has filed name end addresses Dudley Pj. s 574.0117 Florida Statures of. '"Administration Is"?[Jheir.sisters* Mrs. Ona Thorn-,,,-,pareuL;, $?and !graiulpaienls.Mr. !: .
I a Petition- 'Eminent Domain Hardy. P.Oi' Drawer 1030 10/30 4tchg 11/20 has the right to take .possession suppliers 6, 1975;and the last ton and Mrs. Pierce Crews on and Mis. B.L. Uilkison.Si .
proceedings Starke, Florida, 32091 and file -------------- ings and '
against you seekingto and title in advance of final .. when claims or objections ,Wednesday.Friends .
condemn for public purposesthe the original with the Clerk of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO judgment and in accordance V architect be presented is March 6, of Miss Enza Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Talley

fee simple title to the parcel above-styled court on or before REGISTER with 74031, Florida Statutes duplication 124'i. Blanchard regret to learn that and son of Jacksonville were
described below, located in December 5, 1975; otherwise a A FICTITIOUS NAME declares that the property of $1.00 interested persons having she is a patient in Frazier Tuesday oveinite lIl'SlsIt
Bradford County, Florida: Judgment may be entered Pursuant to Section 865.09 described in the Petition is taken and $ ,15 or objections against the Memorial Hospital, Mac- their parents Mr and :Mis

Commence at the NE Cornerof against you for the relief Florida Statutes Notice is for the use set forth in the Peti- tions. of ILA LEE ELLIS, clenny. J.('. T>e.
NEK of NW% of SE% for a demanded in the Complaint.This hereby given that the under- tion. Bidders' must file with the Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd of Mrsolenc I I. 1 Day and

Place of Beginning; Run Thence Notice shall be publishedonce signed F. Delano Thomas, 1404 Petitioner has made a good be within four ((4)) months of Macon, Ga and their mother son.' Keith ol Jacksonville

West 75 feet Thence run each week for four consecutive Ree Street, Starke Florida, faith estimate of value, based County first publication of the Notice Mrs: O.J. Phillips came to spent the weekendilh her

Southerly 136 feet thence run weeks in the Bradford 32091, doing business under the upon a valid appraisal, as sioners, the following: her home here on Friday and and mother 11t:1': Mis.bl'i thel'II.lmmid Lucille T. Ivev.
Easterly 75 feet Thence County Telegraph. firm of Thomas rida. will until Tuesday. They >
run name Realty, follows: $500. ( ) All claims against the stay sister. Mr and Mrs. I DI It.
North 136 feet to the point of WITNESS my hand and the 621 North Walnut Street, IN THE NAME OF THE waive attended the reunion for her' lit'own and ('\'nlln.i.Mr. .
beginning lying and being in NE seal of said Court on October 30, Starke, Bradford County, STATE OF FLORIDATO and to ( ) Any objection by an inter- sisterittIawIiss! Debbie and Mis. Donald Wilki-

Corner of NE% of NW Y of 1975. Florida, 32091, intends to ALL IT MAY CONCERN: sider to be person that challenges the Phillips, at Lake Butler on son spent a \\eekith I their
SE'A Section 26, Township 5 register said fictitious name AND TO: sible bidder of the Will, qualifications Sa turday',, Mrs. Phillips parents Mr. und Mis. Daniel

South, Range 22 East, Contain- Gilbert S. Brown under the provisions of aforesaid ((1)) The following persons and all bids. personal representative, returned home with them and 1'. Lewis ol Cedar, <;iuMr. .
ing approximately 1/2 Acres Clerk of said Court Statute. parties who are residents of the or jurisdiction of the will be there until she gets her and Mrs. II.C. llaile olliushnell '

more or less. By: Virginia F. Darby F. Delano Thomas sole State of Rorida, whose names THE or any other challenge to glasses which may be in were !guests ol then-

You and each of you are commanded Deputy Clerk owner. and places of residence are set BOARD legality of the proceeding. December.Mr. son and daughter-in; Mr.
i j to file written defensesto 11/64tchg{ 11/26 Dated this 28th day of October forth as far as ascertainable by this 17th day of Oc and Mrs. Edward und Mis. Joe llarley and lain-

the Petition in the office of the -------------- A.D. 1975 at Starke, diligent search: COUNTY, : 1975. Brooker are the proud parentsof ily.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Florida The Pentecostal Episcopal By: D.L. a daughter Melissa Sue Guests of Air and Mrs\ Curl

for Bradford County, Florida, in NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 10/30 4tp 11/20 Church of God, Lawtey Florida Chairman VERELDA MYERS, born Nov. 2 in Medical Center, Pi'exult during. the week were
the of Starke REGISTER 11/133tchg Executrix of the Estate of Gainesville. Great grandparents Mis L.II. i llaiperof Stake on
City Bradford -------------- ((2)) The unknown assigns,
County, Florida, on or before the FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OFAPPLICATION successors in interest, trusteesor ----- ILA LEE ELLIS, deceased. are Preacher A.E. MondaMr.. und Mrs ".11.
8th day of December, 1975, and Pursuant to Section 865.09, FOR any other parties claiming by IN THE 4tchg 11/26 Massey, and Grandparents Harper on Thursday, and J.C.
Florida Statutes, notice Is FLORIDA are Mr. and Mrs. Edward I'revatl'Jr.' ol Gainesville on
to serve written defenses
your TAX DEED through or against the above-
of Raiford and Ed-
hereby given that the under- CIRCUIT, Massey Thurslaund Saturday.Mrs. .
the Attorney for the
upon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN named whether
in organization ward F. Brooker Sr of Allcne
signed, desiring to engage BRADFORD !: Armstrong and
Department of Offender Re-
business under the fictitious that W.C. Powell the holder of existing or dissolved. Tampa and Mrs. Elma Ree daughter MisMack !Me-
habilitation, on or before that name of KELLY REAL ESTATE the following certificates has ((3)) And against all persons IN OF DISSOLUTIONOF Cooper of New Augusta Miss. Clellan of Lakeland/ spent the

date, which defenses shall show 106 South Myrtle Street, City of filed said certificates for a tax and parties claiming or having CASE PARTNERSHIP Mr. and Mrs. James Andersand weekend with Mrs. Arm-
what right, title or interest you, Starke, Bradford County, deed to be issued thereon. The and interest or claim as owners Is hereby given that on family of Palatka were stiong's. sister Mis Flossie
or any of you, have or claim in Florida, intends to the certificate numbers and years of mortgagees, judgment creditorsor 13th day of November, 1975 Sunday dinner guests of their Rosier.

and to any of the above-de- said name with the Clerk register of the issuance, the description of the henholders of, upon or In ROSIER reThe: partnership composed of parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Mr. und Mrs.!: ('.A. NIII.thand
scribed parcel and show cause Circuit Court of Bradford property, and the names in against the parcel of land A. GREEN and Anders. daughter. of Jacksonvillewere
why it should not be taken for Florida. which it was assessed are as described in the Petition in Brad- MATHEWS doing Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedthe Sunday evening dinnerguests
the uses and purposes set forthin County, Florida follows: ford County Rorida under the name of M & luncheon at Mrs.\ I. Wil- of their grandparents,
DATED at Gainesville ,
the Petition, or default be No. 96. TEXACO STATION, AND son's home for the Ladies
may this 7th day of October A.D. Certificate YOU ARE NOTIFIED that TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. J.F, Kobeitson.BROOKER .
entered against you. Year of Issuance: 1971. Petitioner will apply to the Court was dissolved.,, Circle of the Woodmen of the
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof 1975. Description of Property: for an Order of Taking on ESTED IN A. GREEN has with World on Thursday.Mrs. .
the Circuit Court and for of ROSIER, from said business and Barry Watts spent the
in Robert L. Kelly #4950-00100 Beg at SE Cor December 15, 1975 at 9:30: a.m.
Bradford County Florida,' and 10/30 11/20 SW'/ of SE% W75', N 100', E before the Honorable John You will not be liable on any obliga weekend with her mother-in-
the seal of the Court, on Nov- 4tchg 75', S 100', to Beg. Sec. 20, Crews, Judge of the Circuit that created in the future by law Mrs. Bessie Watts, and
ember 3, at Starke, Florida. .-------------- TWP 7 S, R-22. Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- Statutes MATHEWS of Starke, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. IN BRIEF ,
Florida. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley of Cres- -
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Name in which assessedMid: cuit Court of Florida, in his officeat
ROSIER as cent City and her new niece \
Gilbert S. Brown ,
State Homes Inc.
FOR the County Court- pre8co'tt.Personals
Clerk of the above-styled Court TAX DEED All of said property begin in house, Starke, Florida, at which Estate of /Charles A. Green Molly Gailespie, who was born By Jeannette "
By: Beulah M. the of Bradford. State of deceased, 3tchg 12/4 Thursday evening the
Moody County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, time and place all parties may bate the hospital at Daytona. -J:
Deputy ClerkRAYMOND that W.C. Powell the holder of Florida. appear before the Court and be ment of Mrs. Pierce Crews and her' .
the following certificates has Unless such certificate or heard on all matters properly sister, Mrs. Onie Thornton, Mr., Paul and Mrs. Yvonne

W. GEAREY filed said certificates for a tax certificates shall be redeemed before the Court that must be been deceased, ::-:::.<: ::::::::::::::::::::::::*:::::: :::: ,, were Friday evening dinner Emery and Greg of Quincy
Attorney deed to be issued thereon. The according to law the property determined before the entry of :: guests of her son-in-law and visited their mother Mrs. Eva
Department of Offender RehabIlitation certificate numbers and years of described in such certificate or an Order of Taking, including 329 by the Card Of Thanks { daughter, Mr and Mrs.. W.F.. Harrell on Thursday,
issuance, the description of the certificates will be sold to the jurisdiction of the Court, the sufficiency Court in I Atwood. November 13, and spent the
1311 Winewood Boulevard property, and the names''' in highest bidder at the court of the pleadings, whe- Florida. The f ': W : Mrs. June Crews and Mrs. night with her. '" ..,
Tallahassee. Florida 32301 which it was assessed are. as house door on the 25th day of ther Petitioner Is properly exer- cutor is Kay Padgett were hostessesfor Mr. Bill Conerly of
11/13 4tchg 12/4 follows: November, 1975. cising its delegated authorityand 32068 and CARD OF THANKS a surprise birthday party Leesburg and Mr. and Mrs.
---.....- .....- --, Certificate No. 56. Dated this 24th day of October the amount to be deposited. dress of the the Lord bless our won- for Mrs. Henry Hodges at the Chester Conerly, accompanied -

PU BUG NOTICE OF Year of Issuance: 1973. 1975. The Court will make and enter is GEORGE friends for the prayers, home of her mother, Mrs. by Mrs. Jewel

ASSUMPTION OF DEBTSTO Description of Property: #4336 such order as it deems proper Drawer and comforting words Annie Mae Crews. Those pre- Sommers, all of Wauchula
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lot 6 of Blk. 7 Uncoln City, Sec. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk and if the Court finds that Peti- 32091. The our recent time of loss. sent were Mr. and Mrs. Ben visited their sister Mr andMra.

Notice is 36. TWP 6-S, R 22. by: Beulah M. Moody tioner is entitled to possession of lication of so much for the lovely Padgett and family, Mrs. J.T. Lloyd Barry over the
hereby given pursuant 10/30 4tchg 11/20 in ministration offerings the abundance Padgett and children Mr. and weekend. They all attended
to Fla. Stat. S676.6-103 II Name in which assessed: Mae the property advance of final ,
I6I, ((8)) ((19751 that Merrill T. RobinsonAll judgment, the Court will fix the 1975, and and all the other kind- Mrs. Jerry Fishburn, Mr..and Church together at New River
Strickland d/b/a Strickland'sBeauty of said property being In time within which and the terms claims or shown our family and the Mrs. Jerry Glance and family, Baptist Church on Sunday,

Shop of Route 3, Box the County of Bradford, State of upon which you will be requiredto sented is shown for our departed ,Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crews November 16. J
All one.
Florida. surrender possession to Peti and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
26, Edwards Road, Starke claims or for caring. Birthday Sporty Tucker
Henry Hodgesand family. She
Unless such certificate or tioner.
Florida sold the entire business Estate of The Family of Mr. P.M. 4 Nov. 9.
received age
known Strickland's certificates shall be redeemed WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk Sr. some lovely gifts, '
located as Beauty according to law the property of the Circuit Court in and for deceased and after opening therrt, they Pete Hodge -age 12 Nov., 9.
the above
Shop at Court within ( ) Mrs. Nellie McCarthy < Nov.
address described in such certificate or Bradford County, Rorida and served cake and Ice cream.
sold to the the first Mr. and Mrs Wayne Gus- 12. "
certificates will be the seal of the Court on
., a solvent Florida corpor- Mrs. Nellie Pringle Nov,
: ,
tafson visited their )
highest bidder at the court November 6, 1975 at Starke grandparents
ation of the address and
same (la) All .
that said corporation assumes all house door on the 25th day of Florida estate. Dobbs ,on Mr.Thursday.Rev. and Mrs.. Arlie ,1SRussell Thornton Nov' 17.
1975. ,
of the debts of the said seller. November Paul D. Prescott. Jr. Nov.
Dated this 24th day of October Gilbert S. Brown\ (Ibl) Any Jim Hall Mrs. Hubert :20.

1975. Clerk of the Court ested person Mrs. Hermie Kelly,
Made To Order above-Styled
DIANE SNOW'S, INC. validity of the Mrs. Frances Hamilton Mrs. '
By: Diane Snow (President) Clerk By: Beulah M. Moody of the G.W. Roberta and Miss Prayer List
Gilbert S. Brown,
Deputy ClerkRAYMOND visited Mrs. Ophelia Moore is in
Attest: Homan A. Strickland, Beulah M. Moody' Th. Office venue or Elizabeth Terry Miss
By: Alachua General Hospitalwith
Secretary Enza ) at
Court, or any Blanchard Frazier
11/1J2tp 11/20 10/30 4tchg 11/20 W. GEAREY pital, a broken leg. I'm sure
t -- Shop Attorney the legality clenny; during! the week. she would like some visitors.
----------- -------------- Dated this .
Department of Offender Re- 8 Mr and Mrs.. Lonnie Teston
FOR SALE: Electric Pencil FOR SALE: Unpublished Telegraph \ 110 W. Call St habilitation tober, 1975. spent the weekend with their Mrs.. Eva'Harrell'
sharpeners, 3 different styles in mother, Mrs. R.A. Melton, brother
pictures. 50 cents each. 1311 Winewood: Boulevard ---------- Mr. Seeber
Edwards is In
stock and their aunts Mrs. Leila a
for ,
handy home
or Come see what you can find. i Tallahassee, Florida 32301 I: SALE: Typewriter and Tampa.. She
and Mrs. Gara Nor- asks
office.Shop For sale at The Office ,_______ ____..J 964.7664'C 11/134tchg 12/4 J.O. Machine ribbons at The man Peavey of Ocoee: They also an. pitalkin eP him in your

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WILL BABY SIT' IN MY HOME FOR SALE: Storm screen WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Faulkner-Assoc. Real Facts J ttWille ur BOB MILNER 964.7604

all door, white aluminum frame
Ph. ; 964-5065
ages. t It :20 13lo :2 12:
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11/4 stationary on

screen, practically new. Std. Many brands of hew vacuums. RFI LTY - -

;;;PERSONAL SERVICE I WANT TO CHRISTMAS SHOP size. $35.. 200 E. Adkms Used machines available. >. Estate ,
IN Street tfp all makes. .. Well I II
PEACE Leave your Expert Repairs 3 Bedroom, 2 bath Block Home, ;: .'j I Drilling
children ------ Accessories for all .
with us and relax. ------ Parts and $25,000.00 ByCecelia

Hour day or week. Eveningsalso GARAGE SALE: Saturday 9 vacuums. Built in central - i. I 2" Thru 6" I II

REAMES HEATING SERVICE arranged. PATS DAYCARE a.m. to 5 p.m. Clothes, pictures vacuum cleaning systems. 712 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Block Home
'JU'how is the time to have your 964-5610. 11/20 -4tp used appliances stove, N. Main Gainesville 3767110.: redecorated 3100000. TerwillegarWhen I Fast Rotary I '

'Jo.haters cleaned and checked 12/11 you name it, we have It. In tfFOR I l

)all gas and oil appliances Ph. -------- ---- carport at 508 N. Walnut St. ------------ you are preparing to buy a new home) or pro Drilling Equipment

'Ill 964 6351., Starke. 11/6 4tp 1tp 11/20, SALE:, Case pocket knives perty of any kind the appearance of the property Is I State Licensed I
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Dahmers Discount vital. This does not mean the superficial of
:11'1/26. -----W M.----- now appearance
,, ,(-
: - - .-- sharpening service, circular tfchg. the property, but the way the property will look once
III" FOR SALE: 150 gal. Quaker
FASHION CAREER Own hand carbide chain mower/ heater with blower and fuel ------------ 3 BR. 2 bath CB dwg. on extra you take possession. The actual I lay-out the property, : I ump.1 :

/ highly profitable ladies: a blade hollow ground and tank $125. .9645618. 1tp FOR SALE: Cast iron wood large cor. |lot in City w/swim- the width and depth,the arrangement of trees, bushes,
apparel balanced. Leave at Jackson ditches, banks, and other .
11/20 heaters 24 & 28 inch at Dah- mimg pool central heat & air physical aspects are important '
shop. Handling name brands ;
Building Supply Starke for what I 'II
or conditioning. you want to do with your property.
------------ mers Discount. 10/2 14tchg
first quality merchandise. Keystone Heights tfchg.. If you plan on enlarging your house planting a New & Used
d $12,500 includes beginning GARAGE SALE: Saturday at 9 12/31 garden I .
-I I --- ---- ----- a.m. Large variety of items. 176 Acres Brooker area, some or flower beds, or if you wish to leave the property
inventory fixtures ------- ---- Sales-
Call collect for and 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes 319 St. Clair Street. Up 11/20 planted pines.. unaltered, you need to consider the overall physical' ( PartsService/
training. Mr. brick
SIMULATED or stone
and mobile homes. $180
of the property in terms of these future
------------ - appearance E-Z
1 Carl ((904))764.7612.10130 4tp stucco. Harold Starling 782- TermsPlumbing
11/20' installed, $140 uninstalled. YARD SALE: 515 E. South 3896. 11/202tp 11/26 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, plans. I

GATOR MOBILE HOME Street. Nov. 21 & 22. Fri 1 till --_--------- Central Heat & Air, 12 acres, For help with your future, see us today. We specialize
- ---- SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-9767: ,-. Sat. 10 till -. 1tp 11/20 paved rd. in service. / I I I II

OPEN SOON: New Christian Gainesville tfchg. ------ ---- OPEN FRIDAY, Nov. 21, New .L----

Bible Book Store at 321 N. -- -- ------- FOR SALE: Gar circulating Mission Variety Store. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, PREFERRED PROPERTIES

Temple Ave. 964-8618 Son- HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of heater 70.000 BTU with fan, Donated articles on sale N.W. of Starke Terms. Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. IB which could be used as I New Installation

light Mission. 1tp 11/20 arts and crafts. Also thermostat control. Call 964- Come visit us. 341 N. Temple - a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake Is I II
-- -- -- --- 5070 or 9647444. 1tp 11/20 Ave. 1tp 11/20
guaranteed stereo repair. 155- 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 lust across the road. I Remodeling
---------- ,
SEWING --------- ---
MACHINES A West Call Ph. 9647329. acres land -----
repaired YARD SALEj all Is on paved road. Several -
'all makes cleaned oiled and tfchg. gone. 9 till dark every day. GARAGE SALE: Clothes toys out buildings. Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in I Repairs

adjusted $7. Work guar- ---- --- ----- First trailer off Griffis Loop on household items you name it, - rear to live in or rent for income. Price low twenties.

anteed. James Strickland AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: 230-A. We have a little of we/ have it. Street behind Post In ----- I
3 BR 2 Bath CB dwelling
corner Morgan Road & Hwy. Sales service installation everything. Itp 11/20 Office in Brooker. For Information city. We have the Dalewood Subdivision to develop good I Durrance\\

16. tfchg stereos phono reel-reel, ----------- call 4851058. building lots at reasonable prices. See Bob Milner

- -- -.... tapes cassetes radios. Work FOR SALE: Magnifying glasses ------------ George Roberts Jr. today! '
sizes with handles. At The / Pumps Supply
guaranteed. 155-A West Call of all -----
/ 'ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 9647329. trchg. Office Shop. FOR SALE: Ceramics disque REQ.. REAL ESTATE BROKER Attractive CB 3 BR 2 B home with central heat & air on
114 Christian Street, Starke, .... used molds tf Company
'' -- ---- ---- --------- -- greenware 964-7826 a well landscaped corner, lot 100' x 150'. Moments
,1., Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, FOR SALt 4 wheel supplies antiques furniture,
1 : heavy utility away from schools and shopping. (3,500 will get you 1
B pm. Call 9644 5709 %4. trailer $150. Millard Judd, 127 bottles dishes & carnival into this home. 864 N. Temple Ave.

', 5434 or 473.2108. 9/25 14tp Lafayette St. Ph.. 964-5951. glass. 755 E. Main Street ----- I /

.,". ,12/24 t fOR RElIT 1 Itp 11/20 Lake Butler Fla. 10/30 Btchg BYRON E. DUCE Use your imagination excellent commercial propertyon Starke

,, -- - ------------ 12/18 Reg. Ren1 Estate Bilker
301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment TF
FOR SALE: One pair 8 lug 393 964.7061
----------- N. Temple Ave.
'VVE financed.,
BUY Pecans daily at. the wheels with 12 x 16.5 tires owner '--J

i :Starke Farmers Market. J.R. FOR RENT: Furnished Duplex. like new $175 or trade for 160 A Farm/with 3,300 sq. ft. -----

,.Wainwright & Sons tfchg. Gas lights and water fur driveable car. Ph. 964-5734. brick home. Ask about the easy Serene privacy Unique, country home with CH&A, 40 MOBILE TV SERVICE

_. -- -- nished. Inquire at 603 E. Itp 11/20 t HELP WANTED .1 financing. acres fenced & cross fenced with 2 car garage. 2 ponds, I
Washington St. lip 11/20 ------------ 2 wells 24' x 60' barn. Animals & equipment nego
- -
MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also tiable. Owner financed.
------- -"--- FOR SALE: Outboard boat I
'' 14V4 A. with 3 BR House. OlfSi-r\krCtll:
mobile home hurricane
an- FOR RENT: One bedroom. motor and trailer. $1400. Ph. ----- '
''chonng and mobile home roof 21800. \\rS.T\ioo( Ali :flakes.
Kitchen privileges, woman.Ph. 9646137. Itchg 11/20 AVON CALLING: To buy or sell
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home 964-5033. Itp 11/20 - Cecelia T Terwillegar Reg. Real Estate Broker Union 8.IIrmlur"/ ('u.
------------ Avon. Call 755-2807 or write
\ Service. 964-5606. St.' Rd. .... 3 BR Home Corner Lot Resident Phone 964-5145
--- --- ----- FOR SALE: Purple tip and Loma Clyatt P.O. Box 220
I 16W & Jct. 233, Starke,' Fla. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished blackeye peas U pick. 14 hp Lake City Florida tfchg. -'- Bob Milner, Associate Resident Phone 964.6026 Used Sets for SaleS29,95

tfchg. apartment. Sorry no children.Ph. Cub Cadet tractor, like new 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a Up
'I -----------
__ 964-5033. lip 11/20 with 42" mower automatic business on State Highway. Color 1IIC1( It &; Mlnlc
206 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida
:4-t. HELP 'WANTED: Part time - .Slc'i'rim
--- --------- electric lift., Ph. 964-8612. 1tp
TV : OFFICE PHONE 964.7776
for Bradford- outside of
FOR RENT: 3 room cottage 11/20 Clerk-Typist If you own property
., used' TV for sale $2995 and Lake. Union Guidance Clinic county Elwant to sell. See Us. 964.6679'
screen porch on Crystal ------------
'up. Used furniture and ap.phances. 9645018. Itp 11/20 Starke. Must type 35 words BARGAIN CENTER
Plumbing and bath- FOR SALE: Do you want/ a Vernle Odom Assoc.
minute, correctly. PhoneDr. 301 South
------- ----- per FOR SALE
; room fixtures. Wood stoves, mobile home lot, large enoughfor CB RAblOS
William 9648382.
I FOR .RENT: Furnished apartments and barbecue .964-5476 964-7700 Va Acre Lot with Lake I HchK
kerosene gas 'and electric'! a garden pit Johnson 123 A
:'r 'heaters.,THE f1ARGAIN;,GEN- ... ..... One' and :two" bedrooms. .". ..with a well and septic tank for 11/20.. ..11/26.. Access on Half Moon Lake RETAIL.I69.9S. k H!!'I,
1IH"TER' 301 South. tfchg .'. 964-801tpi; ,, ,;,;, $200 down? Call L.G. Dail 964- .- ..:----.-----,- $3,000 SALE $140.00 .
... Davidson 4.
.. -----------, Zoned Mobile Homes
7591 Dempsey 1tp "
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jjl FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed- 11/20 10 ACRES Owner Will Finance After PAC 2300 Prestige Mobile Home ParkIn
./ RAKE pine needles. Call room duplex on Kingsley Down
apt. Payment
-I.John Young, 9646499.. 1tp Lake air condition private t Motorclcles J 1 0 Minutes From Phone 473.2686 RETAIL SALE $189.95Terwillegar S219.9S City Limits,

r | 11/20 dock. Call 964-5391._ tfchg. FOR SALE: Indian Turquoise $30 Per Mo.
- - Keystone
--------- -- Jewelry In my home. Very reasonable Motors -
WILL DO ODD JOBS at your FOR RENT: Clean small car prices. 431-1765, Rai- r Walk To New

'ri,, home or business. Call John peted 2 bedroom house. ford after 5 p.m. 11/13 2tp 'SUZUKI authorized OF Suzuki STARKE: Your $1,750 Per Acre 206 W.Starke Madison Shopping Centor
Dealer .
il/Young 9646499. Itp 11/20 Adults preferred $90 mo. 11/20 ,
: Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call 964.7200 City ,l Wale" 1 Sewer ,
- - --- First and last months in ad- ... $159 Per Mo.
-- --------- .
vance. 964-7582 after 3. 1tp REGISTER OIL CO* has Seigler Street tfchg.------ c/.t; C1s""I'011-:; 1 On 3Q1 South
: Young 11/20 and Perfection heaters NO LOW LAND
woman 38 will live in and care FOR SALE: 1972 Suzuki 400. REAL ESTATE Jolu Motel
," ------------ in stock now and ready for F. J. Saunders
elderly. 468-1316. tfchg. FOR RENT: Nicely furnishedapt. immediate installation.. See Good condition $500. 964- WEST CENTRALREALTY ...c.-rori? ".m.'L4 1'1.1'150011'l'op
- ------- : INC. 964-8810
Vented heat and air con- them at 308 S. Thompson St. 5875 after 4 p.m. lip 11/20 .
'Vvill\ baby sit in my home any dition. 337: N. Walnut St. Itp 9645888. 10/30 4tchg 11/20 ------------ Registered Broker 3 BR CB home sep. dining rm. Prices Paid

,.age. 964 6821, It 11/13 11/20 1-378-1MIW: Anytime completely fenced lot 20000. 533.2621 NEED TO MAKE SOME
d ------------
---- --------- Evenings Call: - -
- -- LABELS? Buy Uilx-l
a Bymo
FOR SALE Pig ready for 3 BR frame cent 10:23: -lIp llJV: :
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished one : Art Pa tray heat/air maker from us at The Office
FOR RENT BR apt. Screen porch, private slaughter approx. 150 IDS. 80 t .nI-20m: : / fenced cor. lot $19,400. Shop.
lb. Call 533-2063.
entrance prefer bachelor manor cents per - -
Furnished Itp 11/20 2 BR frame I 9 f I I
3 Br: Mobile Home working girl. No children or $13,000 terms.
570 W. Call. 964-5884. - -
Excellent Location pets.
Itchg 11/20 FOR SALE: Masonry cement unneeded 3 BR alum. siding chain link
*: household
clothing or
Call Alter 5 30 ----------- fence 10000. ,
and yellow sand for lawn articles? Sonlight Missioncan I.
,I' 964-6488 tt FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur grass top soil red clay lime use them. Call 964-8618. -'- -. Top Soil t9
nished trailer. AC and electric rock. Delivered. Ftorahome lip 11/20 2 BR frame $8,400 terms.

included. Also housekeeping 6692128. 11/13 4tp 12/4 - /,.'iIIUir,
ThE Old 1IXEII room. Located Highway 301 ------------ 2 BR 4 acres $6,500 2 BR frame $3,350 terms.
North of Starke. Inquire
- '
GARAGE SALE 838 N. Temple
Underwood Motel. lip 11/13 Ave.. AI Hartman's: old shop. Handyman special $7,500 2 JIJ acre wooded lots -, termS. 468-1873
----- ------- '
Furniture upright piano
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer on commercial hair dryer electric 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 12 acres, fenced well pole & ;STEPHEN SMITHSTAR

Griffis Loop. 964-8253 or 964- septic tank .' 915,000 terms.
and plumbing parts many 2BR 1 acre $7,500
8850. Itchg 11/13 other items. 9646132. 1tp .. - ROUTE HAMPTON FLA.Olin's .
--- -- --- -- 11/13 SALE Farm 10 acres, 3 BR 1'/ bath double wide MH
v 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off
FOR RENT: 2 BR Apt. Adults house barn tractor and new on 1 acre 13650.
9646352. 405N. equipment, live stock In- - _
only no pets. .
"A friend Is one who knows FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for cluded. 35000. Ph. 964- SR-100-3 BR $22,000
all about you but loves you tfchg-- .your freezer. J.R. Wainwright 8739.', 11/13 3tp 11/27 m' LAWTEY Fit.78238O6.
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Ph. 964-7836 after 7 -.----------- 4 BR, 2 bath Y.A. $22,500 Subdivision
Just the same.
FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile p.m. Low Down Payment ;_r.r .a"N. wl.fl a Yra. .t ,
tfchg.-r---- FOR SALE: 1973 Bronzwood 12
homes outside limits.. J.B.
ft. wide mobile home. 'I
White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. .3 BR, 2 acres -' $24,500 I IV .
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 8 days a and assume payments of I
---- ------- BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile I
week dozer work and $68.48 per mo. Rear of 712 Southgate, 3 BR $26,000
FOR RENT: din's Subdivision .
Colley Road. 11/13
dragline work. Cal 468-1873. '
1/2 acre lots $25.00 per 2tp 11/20 Sales & Service
Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN I 1
Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000
month. Water & Sewage SMITH LANDFILL: tfchg. -----L ------ Fine SPiectionOf Used

fumished. For information callMark ; FOR SALE: 1973 mobile home, Cars Taken On e2
------------ s Ta
Olin, Olin's Mobile FOR SALE Diamond needles 12 x 56 one bedroom front Keystone J BR brick $44.000 Cadillac Trades

Homes Sales Hwy. 100 W., for any stereo, over 247 living room like new. Ideal for 2001 N.W. 13 3785301GAINESVILLE Rent Per; Mo. Water a
Starke. 9645606. Hampton-154 acres $9,200 Acre Loll For 25"Call
muibrAsk' Uchg.AUTOMOBILES different ones we have them couple or lake. $3,500. Call : Furnished
... ...
----- --- --' al. Dehmer's Discount 473-4032 after 6 p.m.. or If .

; e .W--_---w-w---* weekends tfp Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 16 8 Morgan Rd. It

Charley jI. FOR 9x12 SALE Linoleum:: 6x9 Linoleum$8.93.$3.98 Also FOR SALE: 12 x 60 mobile homeon Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 Jimmy Moore's

'lot USED 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. one acre of land fully furnished Sun SportsMORE
2 canal lots $3,300 OPEN
,,111 IE.I Hundreds to choose from at central air and heat. 2

BR,_ Ig. LR. dining area, will BOAT FOR
Dahmers Discount tfchg. 4 canal lots $7,800 PUBLIC CONSIGNMENTRUCTION FL
sell for 29% down\\ and YOUR 91.t"
FOR SALE!(1971 Pontiac GT 37 ------------ MONEY TF
: hna monthly payments. On Griffis 5 to 6 tracts on the Santa Fe '
I by owner Gray Flynn $1595.! FOR SAle Six acres with trees acre STARKE PH 964-5791 f
Loop. Call after 3 or Sun.
p.m. River $2,000/acre
fev Raiford. Pan fenced nice ,
CaN 964-5634 or 9647266. COMPLETE
& Mon. 473-3193. 1tp 11/20 OUTBOARD & ,
TO tfchg.FOR homesita. 4311663.1 Itchg' ------------ % acre MH, terms $5,000 STERN DRIVE SERVICE
') II This Question: ._--------;---- 11/20 'FOR SALE: 1966 Biltmore AND REPAIR SATURDAY ,NOVEMBER. 22 -10 A.M.

"Our tree, toppled by SALE: 17 ft. camper; gas ------------ mobile home. 12 x 60, 2 BR. 7 acres in.town .0 $18,000

!tike wind feU onto the electric lights ice box steeps FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose hand. 782-3270. lip 11/20 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS We Are Accepting Equipment Through

neighbor's house. Their four. Travels well beat offer.,, gun $56.22 hand guns$24.95 ------------ 10 acre, Theresa $12,500 REPAIR Friday For Our NoVo Sale.

496-3756. 11/20 3tp 12/4 25 automatic from CUSTOM BUILT FIBER .
guns i-OR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft
,fire insurance covers In Your Tractors
Call Us About Bringing
------------ 4995. Dahmers Discount. mobile home, partially furnished Lawtey 10 acre $11,000 GLASS FISHING BOATS ,

.grind damage but it'si FOR SALE: 1974 Chevy pick-up tfchg" unfurnished. :Trucks 'Autos Trailers RV's Boats
or J
:jour Homeowners long wheel base PT AC, take Peetsville $10,000
i tree! Our ------------ Washer\ dryer: air, concrete acre i

Policy covers up payments.far Will accept FOR SALE:;' Mobile Home Partsandeupplee.OUN'S skips $' .300. 964-8341 or Mr. ,Farm, Industrial & Construction Equipment
good equity. 9646090 Garage business with NOVEMBER SPECIAL
our liability for property ( MOBILE Mlton 9648673. Itp 1023FOR house.on of All Kinds Now
before 7:15: p.m.. lip HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W.. U&301 i r ,
i +
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damage, to others. 11/20 ..;;. .Starke, 964-5606.! tfchg., SALE: Two bedroom CB Antifreeze Summer 'Bring Your to the Market Place
Which policy will pay ---- ------- 700 foot Coolant$4.21 gal Equipment t .
------------ highway 301 frontage
FOR SALE: 1968 Chevy, 396 house. Fire place & family .
removal and SALE Deere model H US-301 21 8
the costs of 560. 964-8168. lip FOR : John room 331 N. Myrtle Street. acres terms
excellent condition.. $35,000 Antifreeze Without CONVERT SURPLUS EQUIPMENT
repair? 11/20 tractor, 'Freeman Register III- 964-' TO.CASNtcfcSEO .
Summer Coolant .12.25g81 '
$800 or beat offer. Ph. 9948087. 5888. '
------------ tfchg
ai 11/6 4tp 11/28 We have all other typeproperties (Idea I for Tractor! and
1TqW.!< Charley E. FOR SALE: 1970 VW Faitback.. ... ------------ Hsted.i Come In and Truck where only FreeMt N.: E FLORIDA EQUIPMENT 66
--------- -- 'FOR SALE:" 14.29 acres. 2 \. .0tff-
Uf! tf Cobalt blue. Vinyl interior, see \18.. Protection (I.Needed) AUCTION v- -
FOR SALE Acre homesn with bedroom house In
automatic transmission fuel : country. .. 1 r.
JOHNS; AGENCY wall septic tank pole Completely renovated in last 2
recently rebuilt pump
injection REGISTER OIL CO. > Springs
FRED SACK ErTREALTOR U, S. 17? iorthGreen Cove
,qInt.pood condition. 9846593 1/4 mile south of. Stark. years Other Improvements ,
WALNUT ST' :206 N. Temple (US-301)) 301 S. Thompson. Street I
'rllo'1',131| : : or 964-6991. 11/20 2tp I $1.OOOdovm,owner financed. paved road. Ph. 964-8436. -
.if ill PHONE gn4.5070 11/26 Ptu 984-9191. lip 11/6 10/30 4tp 11/20 904/964-6622,468-1642 10:30: 4tc 11:20': JAX. 282-4389: Ph(904)2( ) 4-5977.

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Rep. Don Fuqua

Due Here MondayU.S.

Congressman Don g pV E k't ,
Fuqua will be at the Bradford l N
\ .County Courthouse in Starke
on Monday, Nov. 24, from 10
a.m. until noon "' ":
This will be a public hearingon TIJRKIYI .. ,.... r
federal revenue sharing. .
The public is urged to at :


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volved with the contamination .
as the DER had in
dicated, or not, as stated by
Mayor Bruno..
Contamination could have ryF E /
been caused by low water eEEF PEOQ
pressure,which was reportedby
some residents to be prac PRICES GOOD NOV. 2026MRS.
tically nonexistent, becausethe
only break in water lines SMITH'S DE LUXE I
had been repaired imme PURE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
diately after discovery, PUMPKINPIE
Owens said. E-Z CARVEr
Bruno stated that he would A tOr
possibly buy a new pump for Ad I
the system adding,'You may ,r UKft A RIB
find that a lot of the problem is C ROAST
in the size of the pipes.
Bruno maintained that SHORTENING
council approval was not w I i
necessary for 50 cents of the $419 ,,/ .'
hike if designated as
proposed limit 1 with $7.50 $188LB.
fuel adjustment. However, or more purchase excluding cigarette
I council refused to allow the ( ,
mayor-businessman authority STOCK UP NOW! _

for either adjustment or rate ALL STORES CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY /
hike. Fuel adjustment is covered .
in a five percent annual PIE
increase authorized by city
charter, council agreed. I THRIFTY
Complaints of broken water 1'A L MAIDCranberry LAND O W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
meters and unjust water '' SUNSHINI
were also aired at the
meeting. Six residents at- EXTRA FANCY RED OR OOLDEN' : SWEET
tested that their water meters { DELICIOUS +
did not work and requested .
justification of water bills APPLES Sauce
from Bruno. i BUTTER $188S.
"I 1 want to see just how Limit 4 with S7.SO or mor.purchai ,
much water I'm paying for," with hat _
cluding clgor tt*> limit 2 $7.50 or moro pure H'
challenged one resident, who I .ctudfng cigarette U., :CMC IC
r .
was told by Mrs. Bruno that
an average of figures com IB.fcri .
puted prior to meter breakage
determined recent charges. C
"The cost of fixing the FOR ; 1LB116oz. /
meter is more than we charge, \
to turn the water on," Mrs. '' PKG. BONELESS FULL CUT
Bruno said,indicating that the
expense was not profitable. ROUND ,STEAK
Installation fees of $50 for CANS :
inoperative water meters Supvrbrond (Quorlcn) -
could mented not resident be justified Berkley, com-Nor '" ,' [MARGARINE 3.o. *1 -

man, who said he paid the Ii.(I
installation fee for a meter on $ ,5178.iPiiis
his property last year which \
------- ARROW \
still read zero. ; -
"You bought the system it's 9-oz. I : ;:- '
your responsibility to main ;
tain it, according to Section 8 CUPS FLOUR !
of the city charter," newly- HICKORY SWEET

Taylor elected said.Chlorination councilman. Eugene PIT ;:. WITH THIS SLICED 'BACON'PIE
of the water Is 12c"COUPON
costing $2.50 a day, Bruno SHELLS
said, and funds for continuation 85C
of the process are s.l.. C .
:I l unavailable $139SUEUR .,
"I could go out of busi I 'l'"x 25", ",
ness,"Bruno said."It's GOOD *f wII A DIXIE ONIV ROLL >. -A> is
not our problem," C .! NQV 20 THRU NOV., 26 *U" 'r T1", ':::, ; "\
Taylor answered.In 2-PACK. r------.. ""' ,;.": :-; '-.....>.' I-LB.
;:::- .,
other action Tuesday lO-oz. .t"t PKG.
night, the Hampton Councilincreased yJls
the town marshal's PKG. 'e.r't .r
salary to $200 monthly, retro ORIIN W-D BRAND'QUICK FROZEN
active to September. Council 1 ALL
5i. 'l
also authorized a part-time GIANT GRINDS
deputy temporarily added to NEW CROP FLORIDA
the payroll at $50 a month. LE ASTORPCOFFEE
Newly-appointed city attorney YELLOW CORN .
Richard Welty, was .
directed to draw up a city '
ordinance requiring candidates PEASI, .
to pay five percent of the I ;.r69c
salary designated for the I. 1 Limit/ with$7.50 or more purchat
desired position. By the ordin- eluding cigarettes
ance,filing fees for the 1976-77 9
election will be $12 for city 51 -'. ;'
tI marshal, $9 for city clerk, EARS -
$2.10 for mayor and $1.50 for1' .11 PORK LEO HALF OR WHOLE
councilman.. '
Council also appointed Mrs x FRESH HAM
::1 Bobby Sheppard: area recrea / llLB.I .
I bon director to replace Mayor NEW CROP FLORIDA 17-o*.. "
Bruno in the volunteer POSI- CANS I CAN\ ,
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The ',,, \,5139
GainesvilleSun 12 .

FOR L FAMILY BREAD .' 3 LOAves.20'0.. $1 1Dixie 100 S...r GRADE 'A


ASTORORANGE JUICE N', SERVE 2 as;: 79C Breast wi/Ribs lR.sly'


BOYS & GIRLS Thighs LI 89*
e e e eo
TO HELP IN OUR 6 $129 :

Drumsticks t. 79C
'd THRIFTY e e e

DELIVERY 6-oz. DEL n fllKIl SWEET Wings e. : ;;. lB 59

Breast Quarters 79C

:t 3 s.a. $1 leg Quarters.. II 69


WEEKDAYS & Potatoes 5 *1 loo .; $ :Oysters 'JA-*' $l b9.

3 1
t' <> AQc i iGREEN |
SUNDAY on Cob r: 69C '16oz.CANS. Sour Cream CUP

Further Peas 49 '16 o. s1 29
r: . cup'

InformationCall .

-: 59C . :. .I'CAN' 3.CCc
Mr. Wallace KeetonAt

964-6572 or
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964-8170 As ,Welt
As Mr. James .Gill I I n
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Gainesville ,10-6 W '1O-6 .

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