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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 27, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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trrapI THANKSGIVING



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togetherness
The Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven !

97th Year STARKE. FLORIDA Cents
19th Issue Thursday, November 27.1975 Copy





Wants Cason irr V i: Hospital Faces








Speedy -i_ More Red Ink :



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County decision he allowing School Cason will on the seek has SuperintendentJames teachers controversyover announcedthat a speedy to = -r--- Board To Meet



leave school a half hour earlier +

than late now September practiced.In ,. the I jA ak r $ p t Facing. still u. more redink

school board voted to let Y a special meeting has

teachers leave school groundsat Marshal Jordan been set for next Monday
3:30 rather than 4 as
: p.m. $
policies require, unless asked n c night, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. for

by principals to stay for a special the trustees to discuss the
meeting. financial condition of the
Cason contended at that Bradford County Hospital.
time that the board acted illegally Back On Ballot
and could not shorten The trustees became
the work day without changing alarmed at last Thursday's
I the school board policy regular monthly meeting

Procedures through the Administrative Act which when it was reported the

requires; a public hearing and For Lawtey Vote payroll was met on that

advertisement the proposed into ef .... day but the hospital was
change before going $3,000 in the red.Administrator .

fect.Board attorney Wayne LAWTEY Marshall M.M. ing ended Nov.! 12 accordingto H.D.O d-
Jordan is on the ballot for reelection clerk Lucille Shuford.
Carroll defended that action said
mondson at special
a
Dec.. 2 and will face
stating that the policy Mrs. Shuford is the only
remains unchanged and that competition from former unopposed candidate in the meeting on Monday night
the board has the authority to -- Hampton Marshal Edward race. the hospital bank account
allow teachers to leave early Drainage structures are now In place beside SR.... as the completion of the project Is scheduled 10 months away. Lee Brooker and freshman Jordan, :37. has been marshal had $19.911 in cash. "The
through internal management state Department of Transportation begins the widening of placement of drainage structures accounts for 16 percent politician Rudy Higginbotham at Lawtey for 13'j' years trustees are concerned because
decisions. the road west of US-3011.35 miles to the city limits. AlthoughThe completion since work began on the road Sept. 19. for the post. and is a former two-year '
The argument is now in circuit After a 13-day absence Starke policeman. He has also another payroll of
court, since the school during which he was suspended been the town's volunteer fire 'Approximately $20,000 is
board filed a civil suit against without pay Jordan chief for eight years. needed to be met on Wed-
Cason Oct. 2 for advising Work Begins On WideningSR-l'6 WestA qualified for the ballot Nov December 3.
Is' self- nesday,
teachers to remain on the job 11, but withdrew his name the Brooker 30,
until 4 p.m. until the board next day when informed of the employed as a mechanic a Edmondson pointed out
legally changes the rule. year and a half after a final cost for the materialsand said they did not want to spent board members were that the suspension.With former marshal in Hampton. that "as of next week the
_. Representing Cason, attorney reluctant county commission labor was fixed. those funds on SR-16, when state was going to do the work advice of a lawyer, Sheriffs He has served Office'' in with Duval the hospital will owe approximately -
Selig Golden filed a entered into an agreement The county's objectioncame another road, namely SR-18. anyway. Jordan returned to work Nov. the andis $45.000 in
motion for dismissal of the the state Department of in May 1973 when the is more urgently in need of The city council, too, had 13 and returned his name to County certified at by city the prison Federal "
case .on procedural grounds. Transportation (DOT) has DOT announced it had included repair. been wary of the deal. When the ballot because, as an Bureau of Prisons. Brooker is bills
Motion was denied by Judge begun construction on SR-16. the 1,35 miles west The board of county commissioners assured by the DOT that coststo elected official he could not currently enrolled in a :325- Edmondson ut last Thursdays
John A.H. Murphree Nov. 10. And "if all goes well," the from US-301 to Green Acres I' delayed for three the city should not exceed be legally suspended or,fired hour Police Standards Training (board meeting released
Cason said that he would 1.35 mile project will be finished subdivision in its improve- months taking action on thestate's $10,000 and could possibly be by the city council. Course. figures on the operation of the
like to appeal the ruling but by Oct. 1 1976, 10 ment plans. The county would request for the county as little as $5,000 they agreedon City Attorney Richard Ihcginbotham. 45; is new to hospital during the month of
was informed by his attorney months away, DOT Resident have to use secondary road to purchase the rights-of-way the contract. That was Welty advised the city clerk politics and employed at D.J. October; Cash receipts and
1 that'"the''procedure could take I Engineer.,JKenne.th. .Hayird 'funds from.its 1974-75 cudgel '.On April 1,. 1974, the coramissioners -,'"..approximately ,one month...,:Jllov..l'Z.: ..return..Jordan's Parrish .Pulpwood in Max'ville. *. expenditures, for the month 4l
six to nine months! and during said. in order for the state to come'in. agreed spend the before the county entered the name to the list of qualifiers'as Inclu'deoperatinlf.. account d
that time the dispute could not Work began Sept. 19 on County representatives $23,000. Sentiments among the plan.Christmas of Nov. 11, because qualify--; Mrs. NelleHarley.. a 65- beginning ol the month
..' the road 20 feet to
widening $1.1129,1111.f cash I'ecl'ipllt'SI20.915.HII.
be settled by the courts.' c. year-old retiree, will oppose
two lanes and two '
parking c'ai| disbursements
"After much thought I have two-year former' councilman
decided not to take an appealat traffic lanes with curbs !Marvin\ Hosier for seat one on $1 t 1 t,5:12.112: operating<(

this time and have Instructed gutters sides, like and SR-16 widewalks east of on US-301 both Starke Joins County In, Seeking the council. Hosier, 50: owns account: al the end- of the month
my lawyer to respondto within the city limits. {osier Monument' and 'Nursery ,1121374.
Edmondson also released to
the suit and resolve this dispute in Starke.
as soon as possible," DOT District Engineer Hobert Scott a 12-year the board the result oi
Walter Skinner said 16
CasOn said. per veteran on (the council will operations. They include
"I firmly believe that a cent ,of which the means project the is drainage complete Federally Funded Grantentire seek to renew his spot in seat earned income regular
Planning
speedy answer to this dispute structures storm three against Robert Lee 57, a $(ill.7o.54.!) earned Income
will prevent a loss of morale of Inlets and manholes, sewers.in retiree of :31 years with the medicare $42.15; 1..">(). total
are -
teachers..a delay earned income(.' St2t.2IiH.1I4.
our long Federal Service. Scott is
will only harm our school place. Road grading will be Starke City Commission city commission as the Schaefer, after Epps' objection natural and environmental employed with Titan Construction less medicare co\erage:
system. next Havird said. He said 20 at its regular semi. planning board.Commissioner. still appointed the com- resources. Co., !Naval; Air Station I.lItll.1I7.:) () provision for un-
Cason also announced last contract workers two DOT monthly meeting Tuesday Epps raisedan missioners to serve as the Other items that must be in Jacksonville collected account $IU)7.i.l.net : !) : : .
week that a check for $99.50 inspectors one DOT project unanimously approved a objection to this idea and planning board. the plan include: recreationand Mrs. Barbara Jordan, an earnings Irons service to
engineer and sometimes a resolution to Bradford asked a how much it said that $tuH.221.II.! : operating I
was sent to board attorney join question Epps by July 1 1. open space plan housing eight-year councilwoman will patients
Carroll as a first installmentfor DOT surveyor are working on County in obtaining a federal would cost for the 701 planning 1979 the city comprehensiveplan plan for existing and anticipated two-year veteran Buster expenses. total$1II.548.47.andnuseeltaneous 1 1
the board's legal fees in the site. 701 planning grant for the fiscal grant for the city to meet the must include the following population coordin- oppose Bennett in the election. revenues
the suit.. Skinner said Hubbard Con year starting next. July 1. state requirements by 1979. items: future land use ation of the comprehensiveplans !Mrs.\ Jordan. :35.I; is a supervisor >$.05l.i2:\ and. net Income
The board refused to pay struction Company of Orlandois City Clerk Merrill Edwards plan with statement of with plans of state with Way Stores. ,7:12.\4.: : .
Cason's legal fees in the the contracting company on Bradford County Zoning at this point reported on a standards for {population and region and other governmental Bennett.Handy, is retired: due to a Edmondson said lli.it )the
matter. the project. The contract Director L.M. Gaines appeared units the school will receive next
telephone conversation with building densities, traffic circulation including hospital
Both seek beat I IINCon
price, he said, is $728,860. He before the commissiontwo representatives"of the North plan showing existingand board, and utility plans. disability week $ll.50l:\ ) from the countyas
council.
said federal and monies weeks to try to get the the ;
ago
state
Central Florida said that the the monthly installment ot
Regional proposed routes sanitary Epps compre-
Pecan AuctionSet will pay for the construction city to go along with the Planning Council. Edwards sewer, solid waste drainage, hensive plan may include non- the one mill and race track
federal
with the federal government county on obtaining a said that the cost would be and potable' water facilities automotive transportation money. The hospital during:
Dec. 4Fewer paying 70 per cent or $510,202 701 grant to complete a between $12,500 and 14700. plans and conservation for facilities plans such as bikeways Nursing this fiscal year will receive
and the state paying 30 per planning study. The commission off-street parking $12j.KK: ( for the one-mill and
cent, or $218,658.Besides two weeks ago tabled thecounty's buildings plan
Stuart variety plans public St\.tKKlfol'ltI: ( share of the racetrack
pecans pushed prices up to 48- construction costs proposal for further for locating hospitals schools, Director money. The hospital
:r>2 cents a pound at the pecan the county had to pay S23 000 study.Commissioner. Joe Warren ParadeSet police and other items gen, trustees requested that the
auction !Nov; 20. as Curtis for the easements and rights- said that he talked with eral plans for local utilities county pay the money to the
several -
pecans dipped slightly in of-way. And at the time DOT easements and facilities, hospital on 12 equal monthly
people, including representatives and
officials estimated community design EmployedThe
price.Volums. only a installments.
of the North Central
of pecans sold ut the $5,000 bill to the city for moving Florida Regional Plan December 6The redevelopment recommendations Financial plight! at the
auction was about the same as utility and gas lines. ning Council who said if safety plans in event of Bradford County( Hospital hospital was revealed( when a
in previous weeks about City Clerk Merrill Edwardssaid Starke chose to apply for the disasters historic and scenic Corporation Board of number of events took place
21.000 pounds.Curtis city crews have been grant alone that neither the annual Christmas Parade heralding the advent of the preservation plans and com- Trustees formally hired a new that brought the informationout
pecans brought an moving the lines but that no county nor the city would be Christmas shopping season and sponsored by the Starke- mercial and industrial director: of nurses and to the public last winter.
average of 40 cents a pound approved for the grant. Bradford County Chamber' of Commerce will be held on development guildelines. received the resignation of the Administrator George
and seedlings( remained at Stolen AutoRecovered Saturday, Dec. 6, according to John Myers local Chamber Epps said that other registered nurse who servesas Canova resigned I effective on
Warren then made the all
about :30 cents. executive. requirements is that citizen anesthesist on oper- the last day of 1974. Gloria
There will be no auction motion to join forces with the The parade Is scheduled to form at 9:30: a.m. on the south participation is required dur- ations at the hospital at a special King director of nurses was
during this Thanksgivingweek. county on applying for the fed side of the Bradford High football stadium (Adkins Street) ing development and adoptionof meeting Monday!\ night. named acting! administrator'
The next sale is slated eral grant and Commissioner facing West. Judging of the floats and entries will take placeat the comprehensive plan. The trustees accepted the by the trustees and served
for 1 p.m on Dec. .4. Vernon Silcox seconded the 10 a.m.,, with the parade starting at 10:30: a.m. and The adopted plan must be recommendation Edmondsonto of Administrator until a new'administrator was
A Wit Cadillac two-door motion. proceeding south on Orange Street to Madison turning Easton reviewed and updated RD.
selected to the hospital.
every serve
l D. !Minx City Attorney George hire Eunice Horton of
ironed I Curl
sedan by Madison to Thompson Street then north on Thompson
'iJt.UI11 :: III'l Stul'kl'His stolen last Pierce said that when the turning west on Call Street to Court then north disbanding at five Commissioner years. Joe Warren nurses Palatka effective to be next director Mondayto of administrator Edmondson was and appointed took over as
is obtained that the
n1lH'11I1I1ulld two 17yearold' -
Thursday : grant the Florida Bank Parking lot. proposed that the commission replace Gloria King in that at the end of February with
jmetules have been county and other municipalities Cash prizes of $65 $45 $25 and $15 will be awarded to the advertise in the Telegraphthat position.A Ms. King returning to her postas
arrested l by the Staike Police would receive their pro- entries judged to be the most outstanding on the basis of the fee for hooking up to statement relative to Mrs. director of nurses.
Department and till vehicle portionate share of the theme originality artistry and appearance. water lines will go up on Jan King was released to the Telegraph William E. Dampier was
urict'I recovered monies. The event this year will -oincide with the kick-off of the uary 1, 1976. His motion was at the meeting that appointed by Gov. Reuben
Starke Police investigator!! The vote on the proposal Bradford County drive for the restoration of the old courthouse seconded by CommissionerEpps Mrs. King will continue on the Askew to succeed E.W.
George Tomubovieh said"last passed without a dissentingvote. sponsored by the local Bl-Centennial Committee according and the motion carried staff at the hospital as a regis Hodges Jr., on the board of
Thursday morning( that the to Judge Elzie Sanders chairman A Fife and Drum'' by a vote of three to two. Com- tered nurse. She will be trustees. Hodges was elected
juveniles stole the vehicle Epps made a motion to marching unit from Orlando will participate dressed in missioners Vernon Silcox and granted her annual vacation last year to the board of
drove it through Brooker to withdraw his idea to changethe Revolutionary costume and will perform in concert at the old, Marc Jackson voted from December 11 to January county commissioners
Gainesville, where they got name of the Starke Zoning I courthouse following the parade. the proposal and Mayor 8, 1976. .Trustee Chairman Art
some gas left without paying Board to the Starke City .. All churches civic organizations school groups and localbusinesses Schaefer voted with Commis- Ms. Horton is a native of Loudon in March resignedfrom
and drove on to Orlando and Planning and Zoning Board have been invited to participate. Interested Individuals sioners Warren,and Epps to Jennings, Fla. She is married the board of trustees and
Daytona Beach Tomasovich and to increase the number of and\.orgrmlsalions are invited to enter floats,, pass the motion. to Harry H. Horton Jr., and was recently replaced by
said that the pair parked the the board from five to seven' marching units,and decorated vehicles. Entry blanks can be' Currently the hookup fee is has a daughter 15 and a son 7. jeweler A.C. Williams on the
vehicle on returning. in the members to include a city obtained $100 and persons may hook up education includes board.At .
at the Chambeiwatfice, 202 S. Walnut St. or the one. Her
NOV. a. school of the
commissioner and a the beginning yearit
woods near Camp Blanding to the sewer lines i if they are Tulane University
appearing with this article be used. : attending
may v
BAKE SALERUMMAGE board member. Pierce out that the
and walked home to Lawteyon was available at the $100 fee. was pointed
Deadline Louisiana, took
SALE SR-225. instructed at the commission t,...........for.,.entries........Is.at...noon.....Friday...... ...,..December.................. ...... The fees on January 1, 1976''' New Orleans St. Johns hospital had over ,a half a
- -------------- -- ----- courses at
some
'a.m..2:30p.m. The escapade continued according meeting two weeks ago to : Will go to $185 for sewer con- River 'Junior College In million dollars in accounts
BC Vol. Fire draw charter amendment to Chamber of Commerce v receivable. figurewas
Dept;. to Tomasovich who a nections In unpaved streets That;
Auxiliary said the pair drove the :enlarge the zoning board and P. O. Box lilt '" : alleys, and easements held by. Palatka. She is a graduate of gradually reduced but In
BC Fire Hall Cadillac to Fernandina Beachon ,change the name of the board Starke, Florida. 3ZOM,, ., :. the city. For sewer connec- Mather School Louisiana.of Nursing, in I recent months since the
Grand a Weldon St..: Friday night and returnedon ** tions in paved streets the fee New Orleans resignation of the hospital
Pierce'advised Eppa at You We will : Ms. Horton is licensed as.a .1 I that
----- 1-95 stopped for gas In can count on us. participate In the annual will be $285. 'collection manager figure
Jacksonville and left without Tuesday's meeting that in Bradford County Christmas Parade te be heM Saturday. :' The ordinance passed sev- nurse in Louisiana has started to build up again.
'. Dec. I for the He said order to make the changes Dec. t. at 1,:M a.m. v : eral months ago by the commission Mississippi, and Florida., She The county commissioners
paying gas. would a referendum to for situations was director of nurses at the '
ELKS CLUB that returning to the require .. \ provides 'in\ January decided that they
Supper,7p.m. upon be held before the proposals : where the connection old Putnam Memorial wanted to take over the appointment
area they got gas at Strick could be enacted by the ..( : the lines Is Hospital in Palatka.
:.y 1 M ting.'p.m. land's Landing and left com distance to sewer of. the hospital
asa
mission. : greater than 50 feet and additional Her husband is employed trustees and filed a resolution
: CwrtMy Ol without paying for the gas. The I made by Eppe ------------------------- of \linear footwill compliance officer with the
proposal cost $3 under
The car was again parked at called for the Mayor to name .1.1Name"organisation, ehik.ekv '"..basinets, w Individual) : be charged per by the city. to State Department of Commerce after a public Rule"hearing In Februarywith
QHjr Cttommuntty "Home ,
and the .
Camp Blanding pair the planning board until the the user.-, Palatka.. .
state Sank again walked to. Lawtey on commission decides who will .' Commissioner Warren The board of trustees inter the secretary of State.. .in
SR-225.: do the planning for the city.. :: >81"'" : 'reported on a .meeting he viewed Ms., Horton several Tallaha.....' the
...w iiw. Suits were filed by both
Attw.i Tomasovich said that on Mayor C" mlll..loner'Charrey attended with the city recreau0n weeks, ago and Edmondson
..0./HMANM.Nr. It i11,11Md CM" Saturday! one of the juveniles Schaefer then indicated :Type ef Entry : board Warren! said, that a has been compiling a check,el, county commissioners.and the IJ9

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Paget: TELEGRAPII November 27,1975

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Mrs Turner HonoredAt : Mrs. Baumgartner .

. Bridal ShowerMrs. Clyde Columbia ff eih fYlte Jt w/ !

Brant Turner, a recent Janet Turner. The hostessesalso Engagement Told /
bride was honored at a bridal gave the honoree the
shower Saturday night givenby platter to her chosen china as
Mrs. Jerry Dyal, Mrs. a memento of the occasion. Announcement is made of c/adye ltooty Joci.ty & ior, 964- 7608

I I Ronnie Tomlinson Mrs. John Thirty attend guests between were the invitedto hours the engagement of Mrs. __ L __ _______ v _
Greene and Mrs. Jack Underhill Myrtle Baumgartner of
at the home of the latter. 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.
,I Games with prizes and Starke Fort to Pierce.Clyde G. Columbiaof Mrs. Starling Honored At Stork Shower Edna Rhoden and Lloyd Mosely

i refreshments were enjoyed The wedding will take placeat I

,I during Corsages the party were presented hours. to UDCWillMeet the home of Mrs. Baumgartner's Mrs. Jody Starling was table was covered with an Repeat Vows November 15
son-in-law and white cutwork cloth
honored at a stork shower imported
the honoree, her mother Mrs. Wed
Dec. 3
Wayne Douglas and Mrs.BIRTHS daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.V, Tuesday night of last week and centered with a blue and
Durrance at Hampton Lake given by Mrs. Jimmy Thorn- white floral arrangement. Miss Edna Pearl Rhoden,
The WT. Weeks Chapter, The date to be announced ton, Mrs. Joe Thornton, Mrs. Two games were played and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
UDC will have their Christmas later. Mark Moody Mrs. Owen prizes awarded. Harold Rhoden of Hampton, :
luncheon and meeting Alvarez,Jr and Mrs. Leonard and Lloyd Richard Mosely,
Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 12:15: Moore at the .home of the The hostesses presented the son of Mr. and Mrs. L.E.
pm. at the Woman's Club latter. honoree with a baby walker as Mosely of Starke were unitedin
building.. personal A blue and white color motif a memento of the occasion. marriage Saturday, Nov. 15
!Mr and Mrs. Dale Clemens Members of the Junior was carried out in the party 25 guests attended betweenthe at 7:30: p.m. in the Church of
of Starke announce the birthof Woman's Club are cateringthe Mrs. Olive Ryder and Mrs.J decorations. The.refreshment hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. God, Starke, at 7:30: p.m. with
a daughter Alicia Nicole, luncheon E. Wilson visited Mrs. Rev M.E. Drake performingthe
born Nov. 19 in Alachua Edward Burns in St. Luke's nuptials.The .

parents General are Hospital.!Mr .and Grand-Mrs. Brenda Taylor Hospital last Friday PERSONALS two altar baskets was of decoratedwith blue and

James E. Creamer. Law ley IqbalAkhter Misses Anne Haynes and J white gladioli,daisy pompomsand
and Mr and Mrs. Walton C. Debbie Spengler of the carnations against an _
with
arch candelabra burning
Starke.
demons University of West Florida are
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To Wed Dec. 5 Low
the
home for the long weekend. tapers in background.
Gray Flynn of the pots of greenery were at each
Vernon Mrs. Jessie D. Taylor of and Mrs. Rex Brown and University of South Florida corner of the rostrum. The
!Mrs Mrs. Fromhagen
and
Sgt Betty children visited her t
parents,
Starke the Fieldof marked
announces engage- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred family pews were
Mobley, Jr., Fort Carson. ment and approaching family of Atlanta are Mr.and Mrs.Clarence Dawleyin are Thanksgiving with white satin ribbons and 4 Y"Mh.p .
the birth of a of Dr. Tampa
Colo. announce Michele Leslie, marriage of her daughter, and Thanksgiving Mrs. O.L. guests Haynes, Jr. Brunswick, Ga over the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George royal blue grape pods. k
,
daughter weekend.
Kirkland
Brenda Lee,to Iqbal Akhter or Flynn Jr. Mrs. Barbara ,
born Nov. 24. Grandparentsare Gainesville.The The Barry family reunionwas organist, and Rev. M.E. '
!Mr. andIrs.! and. Mr.Vernon and wedding will take place held Sunday at the homeof Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Mrs. Bill Graham is home Drake, soloist presented a
Mobley of Lawtey of December 5 at 8 p.m. in the Mr. and Mrs. J.E, Hardy Guy Sale visited Miss Jean following surgery in the program of nuptial music.
Mrs. Christopher Toohey Heilbron Springs Baptist with approximately 46 at- Mundy in Tallahassee over Alachua General Hospital last Mark Mosely served as best
Pennsylvania. Church with a reception in the tending.Dr. !. the. weekend. week The Grahams are man and the ushers were
church fellowship hall.. having their children home for Larry Mosely, Randy Joyner, .
1 All friends and relatives are and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- the Thanksgiving weekend: Harvey Rhoden and Ray .. ..- b
invited to attend. attended an optometric: zell of Orange City, Mr. and Flip Graham of ,Miami Mr. Cooper. ,',; Ii'
educational meeting in Mrs. Allison Douglas and and Mrs. Hank Graham of MISS Darlene Rhoden at- '
Bake Sale And Tallahassee Nov. IS and 16. daughter Deanna, of Gulf Ankorage, Alaska, Mr. and tended as maid of honor. She ... ','
They also visited their Port, Miss. Mr. and Mrs Jan Mrs. John Spengler and son of wore a long empire style gownin ", \
Rummage Sale daughter, Jean at FSU and Douglas 01 Tallahassee and Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. royal blue crepe knit. She r., rt
attended the football wore a white picture hat with '
game. F.E. Bollinger of Gainesvilleare Dick Wohlgamuth and
royal blue ribbon streamersand If. I ;t :'fJ'..
SaturdayThe Thanksgiving day guestsof children of St. Petersburg. '. .
,
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G. Dr. and Mrs. H.G. carried a single large jtr1
Bradford County Mitchell of Lakeland were Bollinger.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marion royal blue mum with royal '": .*
Volunteer Fire Department weekend guests of Dr. and Harrington and daughters of blue streamers. : ,
ladles auxiliary will have a Mrs. H.H. Adams. FW. Strickland and Ormond Beach and Mr. and Misses Gail Rhoden and "' .
Ask bake sale and rummage sale daughter, Gloria, and Mrs. Mrs. Bill Harrington and Nelda Mosely served as bridal "' ,',
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2:30: Misses Vicky'Turner of UF Marion Moyer attended the daughter of Keystone Heights attendants and were gowned ,.,"" ,
Charley p.m. at the Bradford County and Kay Turner of Sleeping Beauty ballet at the will be Thanksgiving guests of similar to the honor attendant
Fire Hall, corner Grand and Jacksonville will be home for Civic Auditorium Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Christy. and also carried a single royal reception. Rhonda Odom kept punch DOWIS. .
n./t Weldon Streets. Thanksgiving weekend. night. blue mum with streamers. the bride's book. Lisa Coleman baked the
-------- -- ... Mrs. T.T. Long will have as The bride, given in Standing in the receivingline wedding cake and photographs
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof weekend guests Mr and Mrs. marriage by her uncle, Melvin were the bride and groom, were made by David
Johns SI A I Fairburn, Ga will spendthe Tom Long and children, Trey Davis, wore a white satin their mothers and attendants. Kirkland
For The Most Charming Gift weekend with Mr. and and Laura, of Atlanta. Mrs. gown with bustle long lace The bride's book table held The couple is residing at SK-
Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Longs Thanksgiving guests sleeves and chapel l train. Her two blue candles in silver 16 East. Starke.
Under The Tree
will be Dr. and Mrs. B.S.
waist-length veil of illusionwas
holders with and The bride and
About This Question: Mr and Mrs. Charlie Carroll, Mrs. Connie Hawkinsand secured to a seed pearl greenery groom are
On Your List. blue pods. The unity BUS graduates The bride
The Tiniest One grape
For / is
"Our tree, toppled by Wiggins of Stockton, Ga. were son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. tiara. She carried a nosegay of candle table held a wedding employed with Vogue Manufacturing -
the wind, fell onto the weekend guests of Mrs. L.D. B.S. Carroll, Jr. and family of yellow rose buds white candle which was lit by the Co. and Mr. Mosely
of
Vining. Jacksonville, Richard Long blue carnationsand
neighbor's house. Their pompoms bride and groom signifying is employed as a brick mason.
Mr and Mrs. Bill
Clewiston,
royal blue velvet
fire insurance covers : Needlepoint a Pillow with a Mrs. F.W. Strickland and Long and daughter, Anne of streamers. oneness. Both tables were
covered with lace cloths
wind damage but it's daughter Gloria attended the Gainesville, Mr and Mrs. A reception was held in the blue. over ;bJ Yoaleow -, ,
our tree! Our Home- Music Box inside. wedding of Miss Anita Allan Long of Ocala, Mr and church social hall Mrs. Gail '
Sumrall and Michael Gouge in Mrs. Comer Long of Coleman greeted the guests at covered Jimmy Andrews of Furman
owners Policy covers Jacksonville Saturday af Okeechobee and Mrs. E.K. the door and Ida Sue Schmitt blue and at the four corners University, Greenville, S,C. is
our liability for property Designs are Nursery Animals and ternoon. Perryman and Mrs. Clara directed the wedding and were smilax and clusters of home for the long weekend.
damage to others. Mae Knight of Starke. royal blue grapes. Centeringthe
,\ .,Which policy Twill pay Music Box, plays."Rain! Drops", etc.aaic s'2lick table was a four tiered Mr. and Mrs. James

''j i the costs of removal and .... .... ,. ..... 1' ''' ,,' ..." .' cake decorated with blue Montuoro and daughter
roses and blue grapepods and Christy, of;Ta.mpa! spent-the,
l"t' pair?" urn( ra w r ." topped with a bride and weekend with her parents,

rJeJe" .. 'pternini 'I three branched. This was silver flanked candel-by' Mr. and'MrsI\Iac- .. Baldwin"
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Charley t BUILDING CONTRACTOR abra with blue tapers. Silver Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks
o trays held nuts and mints. spent last week with Mr. and
JOHNS AGENCY Slat. C.rtifitJ Sandra Crawford and 'Beth Mrs. James O'Brian in
964-6300 1517 Bessent Rd. 964-5149\ CUSTOM. Davis cut the cake. Humboldt, Tenn.
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1 HOMES CONSTRUCTION punch bowls encircled with Thanksgiving weekend guestsof

greenery and royal blue grape Dr.,and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen.'
GET THE JUMP ON CHRISTMAS SHOPPING COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER pods. In the center of the table
was a blue bird water foun- Mrs J.R. Kite visited Mrs.
COME IN NOW WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD tain. Lorissa Mosely and J C. Wallace in Jacksonville
FREE Diane Davis presided at the Thursday to Sunday.
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GIFT at home after being confined
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Clarence Jackson Joseph
Faulk, Mrs. Jeanette Alkire
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'qy and Melrose:
; Doyle Collins.
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: and Mrs. Gail Mott and !Mrs.
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I I From Page( II) until the rear of the train from the school board lust! t
It's Not Such A Bad clears East Brownlee Street." December to the recreation
Job. meeting discussion on was held the at salaryof the Supt. Arnold in a second department pointed out the
raising letter asked that the City of following Inlorniiilion: "In
need ," she said. Hecreation Director Randall ordinance order lor the City ol SUirke
Jessie Griffis, a noticeableand gas Starke pass an to
Davis to the level of the
aft'kfcaI willowy brunette, does it This was the second gas- 9F4ca9M increase the 20 mile per hour and the Starke Kcttcation( :
table pumping job for Betty who u4 a other city heads of depart- )Department to have adequate
1 to help put bread on the speed through Starke to 40
for her three boys. ,works at Happy Stop; N0. 3 06 '"\ ments. Warren said board that he miles per hour for trains.Commissioner planning time, the School'
asked the recreation to
I Blonde, brown-eyed Betty behind Jimmy.Moore s Sport EPPS Board of Bradford County kill
write him a letter which
, Allred does it because she Shop. brought up the point that if the not reclaim for Vocational: -
enjoys it more than any other She began there In July this r, wI Warren read to the other commissioners speed limit through town is Technical School] Expansion:

work she's done. year, but had her first gas- increased that the tripper of and city utilized areas! prior to
pumping job at the age of 18, The letter from the recrea- 1977."
Bonnie Harper perhaps the the gates be moved back to July I,
lived in tion board thatDavis'
while she North Caro- requested
three Edwards said thai tins
most experienced of the allow for the speed increase.
doing it to help a friendpay lina.Betty >salary be increased The commission referredthe letter was what I In- ash.!
began said she enjoys this from $10,21)6) to $11,749 to bringit
besides want- to the safety referring to at ini cut hermeeting !
for proposal
surgery work more than any othershe's I in line with the other city
when discussion
is redhead. before ordin- !
ing a job. Bonnie a committee an
done and those included .
They all meet the public at Commissioner ance is drafted by the city ol Ihe City and, Ihe :school
sewing piping on sleepwear, Jackson
and they are The of system swap the old Annoiy! !
work on US-301 Department Transpor-
of in
hauling a push car spools asked "if we grant the recrea-
old, but they have tation will have to also lor the KJK School.,
all 26 years and approve -
a cotton factory waitingon tion board to the
+ than these things in request grant the speed change before He said that HICK( ; lots !bit u
more tables at a truck sthop. Grlms"Peoplearl'n't increase where
Jesse i are we
pay) railroad it into no I further' correspond" *,mewith
the
.'.. may put
common. "You meet different, "
many really rotten. going to get the money from? elfect. the school, oll'k l fats
They pump gas. new and interesting people, After a further discussionthe
Jessie began "fillin1 er up"at she said, adding Once in a down the sidewalk though She went to Texaco because matter was tabled by the The commission granted a legarding the swap.
Edwards! said Iliiil lour
;
the Charge Station on Sept. while you get a grouch, but and she's great on wind- she wanted a job and to help a commission until the recrea- request to allow the police
This is the first time she department to accept bids on applications!! lor ledei'ul grams!
15 most everyone Is pleasant. shields.Kedharied, friend to pay for surgery.< tion committee of the com-
been luni'-d down The
has tried pumping gas for a Betty's husband doesn't Bonnie is per- Bonnie liked the work there, mission consisting' Com- a 1976 police 'car. have '

by Jim Lawson paycheck, in these like times many, mind her working at the gas! haps the most experienced of because she got to work on missioners Warren and Jack- In other action, the commission applications lor a proposed were new lotgrunts City( I lljll.!
other people station. Betty said he just all the girls when it comes to engines.' son made a recommendationto :
she "needed a job. wants her to be She can change the oil and -Awarded l the bid of $23r: >:35 street repairs a deep water
PARADISE happy. station work. the commission.
ISN'T lackluster gas ; und
the well at the fairgrounds an
Despite she still has the lubricate a car, besides mak- Chief Bowen to K and K Construction
PARADISEParadise Besides even Bonnie works at the Eastern Police Jimmy
Jessie
of the job, says lor lor
duties of Gainesville The application u punt
ing other minor adjustmentsin Company
may not be she enjoys her work ings and weekends to be the Station. She's been there since apprised the commission of a bid calls for the Gainesville recreation complex on Kd:
paradise especially if "I really like this, but I don't housewife he might want her mid-July of this year, but she And the working engine. in a gas station bad problem that the city has linn to repair the water lines wards load to replace|' theest ,
you dislike snow. The aver- like getting my hands dirty," to be. worked at the Texaco up the has been an advantage for with trains blocking the on Temple Avenue to Weldon \\' Side Ball Field.
age annual snowfall at she said, still reflecting her Betty's not into mechanics, street 197374. streets of the downtown area. Street. ,
Paradise Ranger Station, girlish manner. but she has some tire-patching Born and reared in Starke, her."I've learned how to take Bowen said he has been work- -Mayor Schael'ei'asked City .
Rainier Park, Washington She feels that she is rela- experience. She does wash. Bonnie is a Vo-Tech graduate. better care of my car," she ing with the railroad people to Clerk Merrill Edwards if he
to to some solution to On November 19 1775 Dr
try come ,
; free she can wear had correspondence Iron
is more than 575 Inches! tively said. the any
And, that's lust the aver. whatever she wants to work Re d. Besides that advantage, she problem.A letter from the Seaboard the Uradtord County School Benjamin Church, a longtime
Hospital . .
age. The recorded high was and that the job has been an I makes more money pumpinggas Coast Line Railway Companyin Board regarding the proposed member of the Massachusetts
during the Winter of 1955-56 education. (From Page I) than she did at secretarialor Jacksonville was read to swap kit of the Old Armory lor Committee of Safety, was dis-

when more than 1,000 inches "My conception of not peoplehas all trustees to determine whether board of trustees finally ap- sales jobs she's had. the commission from Supt. Die Edwards: School said Building.that a letter covered passing information to
of snow fell. That's a' changed." They're the "home rule" take over of proved a ten percent increasein Bonnie s had other jobs too, J.II. Arnold. The letter said the -itish..
lot of snow. rotten, she said. that weren't the type one effective immediately, north-
the appointment of the services at the hospital ,
feel thatthey're -
good -
makes me - - -
Of course, some of the "It might see advertised under' bound trains receiving Indica-
trustees by the county com- effective November 1 1. This
said
she "
not rotten,
"females wanted. She defect detector
snow melted from time to tion on the at
she had badattitude missioners was valid or un- was necessary as many of the COLGMlAMJIR5, '
time, but If It had all explaining that a worked in an electronics plant. Newman requiring a train( to RICIPt
about people before constitutional as the means of insurance companys requirethat an aligner on ceramics be must immediately
as stopped
remained on the ground the .
snow would have been taking this job. the appointment of the when services funds are building tranducers. reduce speed to 10 miles per Kentucky., Tried CkiekeK,
more than 83 feet deep! Jessie said her husband was trustees by the governor was increased that a Go-day noticeis Bonnie said she misses hour after the rear of the train
That would be deeper thana shocked at first when she told setup many years ago by a required to be given them: getting to work on the enginesof clears the defect detector, but u.s. 301 NCPTH PHONE 964-5126
five story building. Just him she had applied for workat ,local bill in the legislature. The room rates were Increased cars.She said just pumpinggas will not stop for, inspection
a gas station. She said she Circuit Court Judge It.A. from $50 to $60 for can get boring, and the
think of how the drifts
deep ( ) Green, Jr. ruled in and from $46 to LOOK.
could tell he wasn't over- Buzzy private rooms walking back and forth from .
would be If had 83 feet
of you whelmed with the idea, but he favor of the hospital trustees $50 for semi-private rooms. the office to the pumps can get. Bazaar Set
snow. after several lengthy hearingsthat Emergency room doctors WHAT THE
didn't verbally object. tedious, too. 1
Turning to a less chilling She said all the men ask her the portion of the "home requested and were grantedon "I've got more miles on my For Holidays,
topic why don't you stopin if she's married and what her rule" selection of the county August 1, 1975 an increase feet than I can put on a car, COLONEL'SOFFERING
today and sample our husband thinks of her workingat commissioners was un- from $12 an hour to $18 an she said. The Elkettes of Starke
warm, friendly service. hour. at the Lodge 1802 having a
station. The men also constitutional. They serve But that really doesn't are
Neither snow, nor anythingelse are a the nicest, she admitted. A local bill was passed in the hospital from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. bother her as much as one Christmas bazaar Nov. 28 and
will keep us from giv- Jessie said she never gets legislature by Hep. Frank Monday through Thursday might think. After all, it's 29 from 11 a.m. 5 p.m., and
ing you the best possible bored, since she has a radio Williams calling for and from Friday, at 7 until getting to move around that Nov. 30 from 2 p.m.' 5 p.m. at Monday
service. and reads a lot of magazines.She referendum of the people to Monday morning at 7 and is makes her like her job. the Lodge.'r n-
has learned to check oil decide whether or not the staffed during these hours by ''As long as I'm outside andas Crocheted items, toys, Tuesday
and the transmission fluid. county commissioners should emergency room doctors. The long as I'm moving,- I'm decorations and jewelry will
J4fiJN She admitted having trouble take over the appointment of doctors require a minimum of pretty well happy," she said. be featured sale items, along I
learning where the gas tanks the trustees. The county 12-hours guaranteed pay. The cold and the humidity 'with a homemade cake.
are in the various cars. commissioners have mever The hospital ad- bother her, but she can stand Cake and coffee will be w Wednesday
set a date for the referendumas mininstration has indicatedthat served.
hasn't mastered car
L she
FLORIDA a// But the rain.
they expressed some on an average two 'I'm duck she The lodge is located on north
styles."A part says.
with the bill that
car's a car, and they all was displeasure passed in Tallahassee. patients are seen in the US-301, across from Baldwin

.... ...... The hospital despite the emergency room after at Chevrolet.
1- 'IJe'J political infighting has con- night until 7 in the weekly Obituary SPECIAL
tinued to operate with only This amounts to a
6 Great Gifts four trustees until Williamswas expenditure of $1,976 for the TilE BRADFORD Mon Tues & Wed Dec.
: \ ."e appointed to serve the emergency room doctors. In Thearon C. COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1,2&3

\ ForChristmas balance of Loudon's term 473 October patients the in hospital the emergencyroom. handled Moore,88Services Published every Thursdayat Snack Boy ? Pieces of Ch"icken-
....,7W .Co11551o which is scheduled to end on 138 W. Call Street t
q64 December 31, 1975. It is ex- Edmondson said "that will be held Starke, Florida 32091) < M-m % v Mash Potatoes

., ,5otke. pected that Gov. Askew will .auditor Albert ,Cnppaa y ofCripp' ,., .Friday, Npv. 2L,At 2 p.m. for i.m. mim m"'r SS % Gravy I In
,.,,,, .... appoint Williams to a full four- n and -Tuft' of-tr.TfcwirArvTTmv. ,: *-!", 88, Of Second Class postage paid ,
rill' rn.1, II,* f tf t It,. ,. ,. year after( ;, that term expires. %nneevillevwill completer_. Re tfille Height' who died at Star 'lorid.Subscription 1 T Roll th
"cqf, ,
By-laws provide that a trustee-, audit of'the year ending;Sept.. i in the 8lng Home : 4,1 y ?
New Selection'of serve until a replacement is 1 Ear of Corned
4- 30, 1975, It is possible that the 'Jbesday'morning followinga Rates! :
Bodin Knit named by the governor. audit will shed some light on long illness.' In trade area: $6.00 per Kentucky
f Sportswear After a number of budget the actual financial condition Services will be held in the year; $3.50 six months fri All 29ghfcken
hearings' this summer the of the hospital. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in i __ For
Starke with Rev. Alton
Outside trade area: '7.00
Dobbs officiating. Burial will
per year: $4.00 six months
be in Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Mr. Moore ,was born in
r r Serving Florida, Broughton, Illinois'on July
+ 27 1887 He moved to
rot Since 1950 ,
Keystone Heights in August 1 1Novt'mbt'r
1972. He was a member of
.f/orida reelin9.,7ervice, JjJnc. i the Baptist Church. .EiIDClrde

I Survivors Include his wife,
c Otis} .:..I.., Allean Haislop Moore; ,one/'

'" .... I Cordially
"' ; daughter, Mrs.; Alma Casey r
Mrs. Carolyn .f fl' of Chickasha; Oklahoma; 'k /
Good Claude Moore of w Terwillegar '.
Eaves 1j' : Welcomes I me son,
Sportswear Midwest City, Oklahoma;
by SelectionBobble Representative two step-sons Preston C. '
of You and Your Fillmon of Tampa and RalphH. Challenges You To
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Russ, Aileene, & Family To Your Heights; one half-sister
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grandchildren and one.

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Friday Would A big, physical Tarpon To be so big, the Sponger Sponger safety, scored 15 20, Ted Watts, is so fast he last year.,BITS beat Milton 35- Prevail will be the quarter-
Springs eleven, ranked eighthin front line is surprisinglyquick touchdowns this season, 13 of keeps you loose," says Coach 14 in the first game before losing back, Jimmy Clark the fullback -
the state In Class 3-AAA, Tornado scouts report. them on punt returns and pass 11 urse. 6-0 to Ocala Forest in the Glen DcSue the runn-
Be lOOthAtBHS will test Bradford's Tornado The defense is just as big up interceptions. Watts is termeda '"Tarpon Springs Is a very second game. Forest beat ingback, and Kenny Aycox the
gridders in the first round front. The four man front good football player with impressive football team, BHS 35-20 in Ocala in regular wide receiver.
(Region 3)) of state playoffs set reads end Fred Roberts, 180; tremendous speed who does with a sound kicking game. season play this season: Defense: ends Jay Godwin
U For Coach Friday night, Nov. 28 at 8 tackle John Saclarides, 210; everything. Defensive half. "We will have to play, our BHS starters will be the and ,Willie Perry, tackles
Hurst p.m. on Bradford Field.The tackle Dean Prodromitls, 225, backs Ted Campbell and Irvin best and eliminate mistakes to same as in previous weeks. Marty Russell and Wayne
9-1 Spongers were and end Louis Pappas, 205. Watts all have speed to burn. win," Nurse adds. Offense: tight end Steve Scott, middle guard Scott
Last week's victory over chance to be seriously injuredin beaten just by one point, 14-13, Saclarides goes both ways at Tarpon Springs should have One thing the Tornadoes Earnest, tackles Tommy Pooser linebackers Paul
Live Oak was Bradford High an automobile accident by Tampa Jesuit, the state's tackle. Guard Peter Leon. beaten Tampa Jesuit, Coach have going for them, Hurse Edwards and Keith Carter, Jenkins and Curtis Crawford,
Coach David Hurse's 99th vic than playing football," Hurse top ranked 3-AAA grid power, dakos, 235, plays a surpris- Hurse believes after viewing says, is that they have played David Godsey and monster man ftmmitt Bright
tory, since he took over as the in regular season play. The ingly quick and strong line films. It took a perfectly five close ball games and have Perry Bryan or Lee Casey, cornel'back Kenny Aycoxandsatelies
Head Tornado from Lennard said.The Hurse philosophy down unranked Tornadoes are 7-3 backer. thrown pass, and a great won four of them: center Jeff Jockel and split Jerome Reddish and
Register, Jr. in 1962. through the years has been "a on the season but are 3-0 in catch while covered by two "We're used to pressure," end Jackson Prevatt. Jimmy Erne Biggs
Hurse, in reflecting over the well disciplined team will pro- district play with wins over The Sponger four man Sponger defenders, for Jesuitto Hurse points out. "Of course, .
years said, "the 100th victorywill duce a winner with self-disci- Buchholz 6-0,Eastside 7-6, and defensive front with four line- beat the Spongers. I'd rather have the kind of
be hard to come by but I pline coming from the kids on Live Oak 16-14. The Spongersare backers becomes virtually an Sponger tailback Lee pressure Tarpon Springs
have confidence in our playersthat the team." 6.0 in district play. eight man front when the ballis Jacobs, number 24, is the has," a reference to the eight IH
they are capable oi "A quality young man play- Tarpon Springs recorded snapped. The Spongers leading ground gainer in straight shutouts. PreSeasonThe
winning over Tarpon Springsin ing football just means a great eight shutouts in the regular depend on their quick, speedy Pinellas County. The main The Tornadoes had a good
the state playoffs this deal through life in helping season, beating Dunedin 28-0 three man secondary to pro ball carrier, Jacobs is termedby practice Monday after playinga
week." them face life's problems. It in the final game last Friday tect against passes while the BBS scouts the best Tarpon mediocre ball game last Fri
"Coaching in Starke has helps them to work with night, a non-district game, linebackers are crowding the Springs ball player. At 190, day. Everybody is healthy
been very rewarding. The people and makes them learnto while the Tor nadoes line of scrimmage."Man Jacobs has speed. Ricky Coach Hurse says. Center Jeff 1111 IIG.rALE
people like good football and sacrifice," Hurse said. struggled to a 16.14 win over a ,it's going to be a Hicks, number 22, is up back Jockel played the entire Live
we try to provide them with it. fiesty Live Oak eleven. The challenge just to block them," and a good blocker. Oak game after a knee injury
The kids are down to earth "I have been very fortunatein Sponger!' defense allowed Just says Head Tornado David Tarpon Springs is expectedto and is apparently recovered.
and this makes coaching them having great coaches to 30 points in 10 games this Hurse. The gape is the toughest run the quick pitch quite a Should the Tornadoes win
much easier," Hurse said. 'work with Hurse reflected.He season."' defense to run against, the bit, to take advantage of the over Tarpon Springs, they
Nurse came to Starke in singled out Mike Sexton, The Spongers art big up offense usually having to go' speedy backs. The Spongersrun would face the winner of the
outside to get yardage. a lot of reverses. The Ocala Forest West Orange
1957 and was an assistant to the defensive coordinator, front and simply run straightat
Register for five years before who has been with him for the and over opponents, run- "We're prepared do Spongers pass 10 to 15 times a game in Starke the following
taking the head coaching posi- last 11 years. ning from a power-I and a slot, that" says Hurse. game, 'enough to keep the week. .
Denny Hansen Is in' his like the Tornadoes. With big The big Sponger defensive defense honest. Junior QB Last year (the Tornadoes
tion.The season of 1965 comes to second year and is in chargeof tackles John Stavrakis, 205, linemen ,stunt a lot, like the Mike Tsalickis is a good made it to the state play-olfs
mind when Nurse reflects defensive backs. and John Saclarides,210, right Macclenny team did. This thrower. b lor the first lime since their
about some of his most pre- Roger Chilson, in his second guard Peter Leondakos, 235: week practices are being "You can't just knuckle (two straight Male class-3A Last Word In Comfort
cious victories. Wins over of coaching the offensive and center Jim Degenhardt, devoted picking up stunts. down in there and get ready stale championships back In
Lake year 235. Ted Watts, number 20, the for the run because number I'x63' : and lliwi. In the pla '-uUs
and
City 6.0 subsL'fJuentvictories line, played for Hurse on the
over Auburndale and two state championship teamsin
Wauchula to win Bradford 1965 and 1966. UC 51EC'L. R
High's first state championship Reddy Cox is in his second TigersTo
quickly come to mind.A year of coaching the JV. -
23-21 win over Lake City in Ronnie Everett came to
1966 and the win over Auburn- Starke this year after graduating Begin Central
dale to win a second straight from MississIppi '
state championship in 1966 State where he starred as a 4. .. ',. 'tb ... ,
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also stand in I ,, .
out Hurse's defensive back with the Bull J :
BasketballTuesday
memory. dogs. He will also coach the "- Wall
He also cites a 7-0 victoryover Bradford High baseball team .,'" .
Palatka South four or starting in January.
five years ago, when the Tor- Butch Redding served this .,. .
,
nadoes made five goal line year as head JV coach. ..... '. .. ', Furnace.
stands to win an exciting football "Redding made a valuable \ I
contest."It contribution to the program," r Two lettermen return for ..,.
has been pointed out in Hurse said. Redding also the 1975-7(1( baskefball team at BTU ::'.
65,000 HEATS; .:
FHSAA Bulletins that kids played for Hurse on the 1965 .. Union County High School. ..
have a 90 percent more and 1966 championship, teams. according to Coach Jimmy
UP
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Thomas as they prepare for "
of the season on
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Cross Country Girls Place 5th In State Terry who averaged, a 7 6-foot points guard pergame you and need economical it. Economical to operate.to install Rear
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...... The, fleet{ooted Bradford <7We were a little disappointed -. at9:17. Merri Ormsbee placed Fighting Tigers, Other .. ,
W */!- '{.. -.,\ Frmrj.i.i. >,KiMtjnived, \brr &fSiY1The _,,.Asti;} -.High Girl's Cross Country that Buchholz did swell ';,':f28th with'a"time,of 9:20.: 'Perry.returning.:. Jett, ..-bophomore-rrr\i1J'I,Is" Boxie: ;. ., M' r w 1v.11'.i
Parents teal =: !
Kecnmmrrtded *
I ,'<1.tnr. or House Hcaulitul." jncl Mouse' A by *J'IiMjjf* "; ..%*\?"V+* squad placed fifth in'statecompetition ,since" we beat them in the "Laura Chase" did an out 'Guard who averaged: 12 points PRESEASON SALE ,
last in district, commented coach standing job, Coach Howard
Saturday
C.irdi-n Endorsfd l hv and ::; per contest.
m.ifor tdrppt J
I furniture, m.inut.uluf. Specified by (f'eAMTr' Orlando. Melba Howard. The Bradford said of the number 38 runner,
.1 took first in the who clocked in at 9:38.: Laurais '
interior drvigneri' and hume turnishmg r"ii-l' runners place
: The team Other players Irom lastyear's
pulled together a up
"I'l.ulrr i Call 'lor A (fne ciunt.ilion district contest. a freshman and did not run
score of 139, coming in behind in the district meet. jayvees. include Ralph
DURACLEAN BY OLIVER Cocoa Beach, Trinity Prep,. Lynn Pierce took 38th in the Williams. 6-0. Paul White 5-Il, 26900
Buchholz and Rockledge, Ruth Hazen came in first of state contest with a 930.: Alfred Holmes5-5,Tim McGill Pius Installation
496-2835 which won with'an amazing the BHS girls, 17th of the 105 followed by Linda Richardson fi-3.(; David Lovelace 6-4.
80-pomt score. girls running. Hazen timed in with a 9:56.: Cindy Griffith and Walter Fowler li-0 Gainey"
and Sam Jackson ,
Frances Johns2(; >-
Coltrane also placed.
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"Our times were really "Outlook for the season is
improved. We gained so much that the Tigers( will have a
I. fail I experience and the girls are good year. We can play with
really, excited about next anybody and hope to make the
4 AI year, Howard said predicting playoffs( again Ihis )('al'.
1 I that all runners will be C'ouch Thomas said.'l'he'I'igers .
running in the low nines when play' an 18-game .
the 1976 season opens. schedule.:

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Field Goal Lifts Tornadoes 16-14 .. ),


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Over Live Oak For Play-Off Berth



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Tornado gridders came AAA contest. Eyeing their first state 25. They led 14-13 until the STATISTICS The'Bulldogs came back on
from behind twice to defeat Prevatt has been a cool playoff berth the Bulldogs led final three minutes of the ,St rk. LlvcOak' a long 86-yard drive to go
the Suwannee County High kicker when it counted this 6-0 at the half, scoring after game, scoring on an 86-yard 191 14 Yard First Downs 3 ahead 1413. BHS came back
11 Bulldogs from Live Oak 16-14 season. His extra point beat Bradford High mishandled a drive in the third period. 56 Yards Passing Ruining 100 73 with a 64-yard drive in the
..M,. to win the District 5-AAA foot- Eastside 7-6 and a last min- snap on a punt at the Tornado Coach David Horse'sr 1140 PA PC PI 21.33 fourth period to the Live Oak
ball championship on a 22- utes field goal beat St. Augus 2.265 1 Fumbles Punta Lost 529.6 two yard line. Faced with a
0
yard field goal by quarterback tine 9-7. 4 40 Penalties 7 94 second fourth down and short
N Jimmy Prevatt with 2:56: left Excitement reignedthroughout yardage situation of the night, pVrry
Willie
) L.O., being pursued by
(42)
Kenny Loston ( ,
in the the cool : Score by QuartersLlv.Oak
game. evening Coach Hurse decided to for
go Poower ((61)), and Marty Russell
0 60S-I. ((32)),Jay Godwin ((82)), Scott
The win BHS perfect before crowd ;
gave a a capacity as : Stark. 0 0 13 3-16 the field goal. Prevatt came -
3-0 record in District 5-AAA Glen (Beaver) DeSue put on ,. 'j. .r .r through for the third time this ((75)).
play. The Tornadoes will meet another rushing performancefor tearing season this boot lifting theTornadoes
the Tarpon Springs Spongersthis the Tornadoes, carrying 40 ,' ... (Kick 1 I L.O tolled Kenny). Lotion 2S-yard run into the state play- Basketball OpenerSetDec.5.At
Friday at 8 p.m. at the times for 162-yards and both ., ...... 2) BHS--Glen Beaver<(< ) OeSue 4-Yard ,
t Bradford High football stadium Tornado touchdowns.The .. run (Prevatt. kick). offs.The Tornadoes wound up
in the first step of the win gives BHS a 7-3 reg- tV failed.3)) BHS- DeSue 3 Yard run (kick the regular season with seven ''
state the Region 3- ular season record. Bradford Highthe
playoffs, 4)) L.O.-Junior Ivey 6-Yard run wins and three losses. Under ,
((Jlmmie Jackson run). the new rules this year only -
5)) BHS-Jimmy Prevatt 22 Yard field district count toward
games The records for' the
goal. Coach. Mike Sexton of last

i AUTOSALES 4. charges mounted a 90-yard does the state won playoffs all three The games Torna-in. Bradford High'basketball has been were three 16-12 seasons, 23-4,under and 22-4.Sexton Two
( OCi7Gll)( sustained drive when they got the district. conducting
i for 1975-76 at ago the Torandoes
the ball in the third period to Live Oak finished the season practice season years the
the last two weeks with participated in State
go ahead 7-6. The Tornadoes with six wins and four losses night
"" went ahead 13-6 late in the and had one win and two the opening game scheduledwith Tournament in Jacksonvilleand
473-4470 ft 473-4078 "" Gainesville Eastside in were semi-finalists. Last
'
third period on a short 37-yard losses in district 5. Live oak
i !' drive after three Live Oak Buchholz, and Eastside all! Starke on Friday, December year they made it 'to the
Kenny Aycox ((21)) making a tackle with Emmitt Bright: : ((7) passes fell incomplete and the wound up district play with 5. regional tournament'finals.
1974 Dart Custom 1974 Ply. Gold Duster coming up to assist. Bulldogs had a snort punt. one win and two losses I win the They have during the last
I "If the Tornadoes three seasons won 2
4 Dr., AT < AC. PS. The NlceilYou've Powder Blue' White Top. AT conference
Ever Seen. Only PI, AC. None Nicer At Any football playoff this Friday championships, 3
Price. 13,000 Mol... night, the basketball game district championships, 2
$3395 Jasper Impressive Coach Jones Says with Eastside will be changedto conference tournament

$3395I ., Thursday or Saturday championships, one regional
night," Sexton said. championship- regional
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LAKE BUTLER Lookingat "He's their main work horseon Both the Tigers and Jasper The Tigers take a winning runnerup:
,I 1974 AMC Gremlin 1974 Dart Swinger an "impressive" large offense and defense. He's have lost by one point to title- hand into the ball game. Lead- Four starters return from'last
AC 3Spd.. 6 c"l. Nice' Whllo. 2Dr. NT PS. AC, AT extra group of running backs Union 6'1", runs a 9.9 100, and is a hopeful Alachua Santa Fe and ing carrier Luke Smith aver- year's successful team. "We do not have the size we
A Ro.1 G. S..... Nice, Vinyl Top. Just Like New County Head Coach Jack most impressive football and both teams are about the aged better than eight yards a They include Wayne Berry, 6- have had in the past but will
$3395 Jones is still convinced the skillfully player both, Jones physically said. same in size, Jones said. carry during regular season 4, Willis Berry, Milton Baker; have a lot of speed overall.
$2895 Tigers will come out on top of However, when scouting However, the Lake Butler play. Danny Hazen Glen Alfred Ross, Darrell Moody I'm looking for a good year.
the Region 3 title this Friday Jasper this past Friday nightin team may be expected to be a Jackson Kemp, L.W. Cummings, Sam and Emmitt Bright saw plentyof We have, speed to go along
night on the home field its 44-13 win over Madison little bit quicker and with Paul White Jimmy join Mobley Smith in and a action during last years with our pressure" defense to

,,_ 1972 Maverick 1974 Maverick against Jasper. Jones said they didn't even better execution of plays, Union County honorary clique season be effective Sexton says.
2 Door, powd.r Blue use their star running back Jones predicts, because the mastering an average of 7.5 "Only thing that I'm
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Sharp Jasper has looked good the and nose man, "possibly: be- Tigers have gotten used to yards per carry. Sheldon Hodge, Donnie worried about is reboundingwhich
$1795 $2450 last three ball games, making cause they didn't want;us to against largergraders Sewell, and Alva Hamptonwill has been our strong
custard pie of two AAA teams, see him run." all year. Two Tiger defensive line- be hard to replace according point in the past. Feel like we
Jones said but the Lake But- backers have more than 100 to Sexton. have a good scoring ball
1974 Olds ler experience in playoffs will Jasper put together six "We've been here before: tackles to their credit for the club."
Cutl..s 3 nal, wags.Loaded. 1973 Olds be a top advantage in the contest strong running backs against It's old hat to be in the play- 1975 season. Cedric Warren Up from the- J.V. team
.Iupr.m. Dolt.Ro"....Loaded _. Madison,* which was on the offs,and that will be to our ad- leads the Tiger stompers with which had an 8-12 season last Baker, Willis, and Wayne
$2550 weak side for a AAA team: vantage.. We know what's to 120() tackles for the season and year include Robert Best, Jay and Berry Hoss, and Moodyare
$3995 Jones looks to get the most Oliver played' a little on the be expected for ourselves as Dean Dukes follows closely ,Godwin, Kenny Aycox, Kenny capable of scoring in
trouble from Jasper'S' star defensive line, but didn't need well as the other team," Jones with 101 in regular season Hampton, and Freddie double figures on a regular
running back, Jeff Oliver. him there."rll'have. said.Tornadoes. play. Aldredge. basis, he said. '

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to give our kids a 'Tornadoes just made short slot man blocking for play of his lineman. "After make fewer mistakes than in
lot of credit. They never quit, too many mistakes to win big, fullback Clark looking at the game films the any game the past few weeks,
1971 Datsun 1974 Ford Courier especially on that last drive Hurse said, pointing to the "Live Oak came ready to offensive line looked better he said. *
Pickup New Tins. Tool Bo.. Llk.Nw Low Mllcagt. from our 20 to the Live" Oak drive to the Live Oak twoinchline play," said offensive Line than it did in the game," Sophomore tackle Marty
$2995 two for the field goal, said in which the Tornadoes Coach Roger Chilson. The Coach Chilson said. Russell, was also praised for '
$1495 Bradford Coach David Hurseof failed to score, the touchdownthat Bulldogs, said Chilson, had Defensively, the Tornado his job in stacking up Live
the Live Oak game which was called back when a two very good, quick defen- secondary caught as many Oak s off tackle plays.
his charges won 16-14 in the tackle moved, and the sive tackles two of the best passes as did the Live Oak Noseman Scott Pooser,
final minutes on quarterback mishandled snap from centerS the Tornadoes have ever offense three. Kenny Aycox always around the football

\ CLEAN{ UP SALES"All ; Jimmy Prevatt's 24 yard field l .,, .! which gave, the Bulldogs the""<: played against.both 6-3, 215...,.,was! named the defensive( ,backs j Sexton says-was again the
h / Eoal.TF, -"M' g?'is"**S ball on the .Bradford__,25 yard'!': .pounds, and..mean??a +e(tof...the week for his'''.per'"! -leading Torn d0 tackier,-with
soJe line.a*r "' -< -' > .Jrwwt V 'formanee, whiclC a h ''11. lie leads the team for the
Trades Must Go! that"We had big plays on "When you hold'a team to* Guard David Godsey, 190, Denny Hansen termed the season with !99 tackles after
drive. Everybody" was three first downs and they played his best game of the'' best he has seen Aycox turn in the Live Oak game.
All "Cheap" and All "As Is" doing There.bis job. score 14 points on you, year in blocking the big on the varsity or the junior Sexton said he is.a ..".lItliedisappointed"
was never any something's That's '
wrong. tackles, said Coach Chilson. varsity. in the defensive
question in his mind, Hurse( what they did to us,' the Head Tackle Tommy Edwards, 6-2 tackle play of senior Wayne
said, whether or not to go for Tornado pointed out. and 220 did a fine job on the "Anytime the defense Scott. "Wayne saw himself on
1971 PontiacI the field goal on a fourth down Hurse had praise for all his big tackle hewas blocking, the catches as many passes as the film and he wasn't satisfied
I 1968 Opel Wagon.AT PS AC.Good situation. offensive backs quarterback coach said. Guards Perry. offense..." said Coach Han- either. I'm looking forward l 10<
Coup.. Reel Clean Trans. Way Below BooK Only "Jimmy reacts well under Jimmy Prevatt, runningback his
Bryan. 190 and Lee Casey,' sen, crediting secondarywith an outstanding ball game
$675 $699 pressure. He's proven that Beaver DeSue, fullback 160, handled the big tackle in a "real good job oVer- from Wayne this week."'
several times this season," Jimmy Clark, and halfback front of their position pretty all." The group also includes Steady performances, were
the
veteran BHS mentor said Kenny Aycox. well most of the time, said monster man Emmitt Bright also turned in by, the HI IS
of the 99th football
victory he Coach Chilson. and halfbacks Jerome, Red- linebacking corps of Paul
1973 Vega 1974 Vega has coached at Bradford High Prevatt executed well and dish and Erie Biggs. Jenkins Curtis Crawford, and(
,1 Ste.W..on.AC. H>tcht.cK.AT,AC. School. Prevatt's extra point passed well, Hurse said of his Tight end Steve Earnest did Jimmy Clark Jenkins played 1
boot
$1750 $2195 beat Eastside 7-6 and signal caller. Desue'carriedthe the finest blocking of his "I'm really pleased, over- both weak side and strong side
another Prevatt field goal ball 42 times for 162 yards career, Chilson said, and all, with the defensive effort," linebacker against Live Oak
1 beat St. Augustine 9-7, not to and both Tornado TD's. Clark weak side tackle Keith Carter said Defensive Line Coach and was named defensive
mention the 15-14 win a ran the ball 15 times for 106 played a fine ball game. Mike Sexton, pointing to lineman of the week by
I QB Jimmy Prevatt and Prevatt field goal gave BHS yards from the short slot the Center Jeff Jockel, retur- several outstanding individual Tornado coaches. .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Coach David Nurse talk over Baker County last year. Torandoes have developed to ning from a knee injury, performances.: Kenny Aycox was right
strategy on the sideline duringthe "I thought Live Oak playedan take advantage of the played the entire ball game Defensive ends Willie Perry behind Pooser on tackles
Live Oak game. The junior exceptional ball game, the powerful 6-2 220 pound and did a fine job, Chilson and Jay Godwin played their against Live Oak. Aycox had
:J 473-4410 & 473-4078 QB has won three games witha best all year," said Coach fullback. DeSue and Clark said, on the Live Oak middle positions really well, said 'eight tackles, Jenkins 7,
talented kicking foot, rushed Hurse. "We played our block for each other, Hurse guard. Coach Sexton. The good Crawford 7, Perry 6, Godwin
for 236-yards, and passed for average ball game and #ust' pointed out.Aycox Over-all, the offensvie line steady' ball games of the 5, and Biggs, Russell Bright,
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I The final poll of the year weeks ago 9-0 and lost earlierin defeated Bradford High 3520. district 11 selection Haines
of
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Tampa as the Fort
Myers is ranked
See Olin He Will Trade number one favorite to reach since the Bradford High Tor- state. with Riverview East in a tie with only' games among dis-
the finals of the 16-team nadoes beat them 35-14 last The number one ranked Bay for trict opponents counting
;f t offs which begin this Friday.play- year in the playoffs. Several AAA representative Tampa tenth place in the state rank- toward qualifying for the state
The number two weeks ago Milton defeated Jesuit is the district 10 representative ings.Haines championship. The state
For ranking and will travel to City is ranked champion and runner will
"Anything"t team according to the poll) Rickards 19-7 in a non-district up
shows the Milton Panthers as game. Milton has won easily TitusvilleAstronaut, the number 9 in the state but play 14 game schedules.
I the likely opponent for Tampa over most of its opponents district 9 representative. wound up their district in a tie Last year all games counted
t Jesuit. Both teams have won during the season and won last Jesuit is undefeated in 10 with Auburndale and Sebring. toward the district winner
all the games that they have week 40-6 over the Walton games. The Hornets were selected on with a point system used to
played this year High Braves of Defuniak a vote of the district princi-' determine. the district
Springs. Titusville Astronaut was pals. They defeated Sebring selectee.
r 'ranked number one until they 14-0 two weeks ago.
A The Bradford High Torna- District four winner St.
a' does on Friday evening will Augustine with a five and four were upset last Friday by New District 14 representativewill Another change in the
open the state AAA playoffs record travels to Jacksonville'to Smyrna Beach the number be Delray Beach Atlantic manner of determining the
with a home the take on undefeated Bolles ,three ranked team, defeating who will travel to Okeechobee, playoff selections was that an
Tarpon Springs Spongers at 8 Bulldogs, the district three Astronaut 22-21 in overtime to the district 13 winner. Delray overtime period was setup to
Battleshipto p.m. representative. create a tie between Rock- Beach Atlantic has a 9-1 get an actual winner of each
i Tarpon Springs brings a 9-1 The St. Augustine Yellow ledge, 6-4, New Smyrna record and holds the number 5 game played during the year
I record into the playoffs with a Jackets won all their games in Beach, 9-1 and Titusville ranking in the state Okeecho- similar to the way a winnerwas
H' a lone 14-13 loss to Tampa the district and defeated Astronaut, also 9-1.: In a vote'of bee has a 6-4 log and is determined in a playoff
Jesuit. Jesuit another Class Palatka South 35-28 last Fri- the principals of the district unranked in 3A circles. game when it ended. in a tie
Key West, 4-6, is the
3-AAA playoff team. The day in the game that decidedthe Titusville Astronaut was district score.
Spongers have pitched 8 shut- district winner., selected to represent the dis- 16 representative and will travel
Billy Goat outs in ten games. Tarpon Bolles has won easily over ,trict in the playoffs. to Dilliars, 7-3 and the district The teams in the odd 'dis-
Springs is in District six and all their opponents and has District 12 winner Fort The 15 state representative. tricts this year .serve I as
Bradford was divided into 16 the home team in the
High is in District inflicted the only loss on Ala- Myers, 8 and 12, will travel to Class 3-AAA districts instead opening
five. Friday's game will be for chua Santa Fe, 20-0 a team games of_the playoff,.
the Region Class 3-AAA that has qualified for the AA

: Would You y Championship.Bradford High brings. a playoffs. 'Pahokee. Grid' Favorite 'In 2A I IThe

I three' game winning streak Tarpon Springs is the district -
I into the playoffs and an un- six representative at district -
B mlim v. .11 defeated three game slate in five winner Bradford In the final poll of the 1975 Union County Tigers of clash. They have: defeated
I their district. football regular season Lake Butler the District Cross
High. Five City 56-0 and Crescent
Olin Has A Good Selection Of f Marianna, the district two District 8 representative Pahokee in South Florida was winner, will,I play host to City 22-0 in recent outings and
representative with a six and West Orange with an 8-2 listed as the favorite of the 16- Jasper on Friday evening at 8. had an open date to preparefor
I four record, travels to districtone record travels to Ocala Forest, teams that have qualified for Jasper is the District Six. the playoffs last week. The
j. Used ft Repossessed winner Milton, which with a 9-1 log. the AA playoffs scheduled to Representative. Tigers are ranked 5th in the
boasts an undefeated slate of West Orange located at begin on Friday night.: state in this week in AA cir-
L Mobile HomesOLIN'S J 10 straight wins. Winter Garden puts its fine Jasper brings a''6-3 record cles. Jasper Is unranked.
record on the line against the The .Chipley Tigers of into the playoffs and lost a .
The Marianna Bulldogs .Forest Wildcats who are the Northwest Florida are listedas heartbreaker to Alachua District 2 will be represented -
changed coaches this year and defending state AAA cham- the co-favorite to reach the Santa Fe two weeks ago 1 to 0 by the Chiplay Tigers
MOBILE HOME have had their first winning pion. finals of the AA-playoffs as the in overtime In a non-district 1 with a 9-1 record who travels
season in many years The number two team in the game. They walloped Madison to district 1 winner Pace who
Bulldogs were tied with Forest two1 weeks ago had rankings.They receive the top 44-13 last week.to prepare for finished undefeated, 10-0. '
Hwy 100 964-5606 Starke Rickards and Quincy Shanks their 23-game winning streak rankings over two teams, the playoffs. Chipley
for their district and on a vote broken in losing to Leesburg 7- Melbourne Central Catholic, The Tigers come into the was ranked number
F.H.I. Financing 12 Years 15 Year Double of the principals in the district <0! but came: back to win the and Pace, who have both won playoffs with two one in AA for most of the sea-
Single Wide Wide Marianna was selected to vie district crown by defeating all 10 of their games. shutouts after losing straight ,son until they were upset: last
8-7 four week by AAAA Pensacola 11.6lSce'Pagc
for the state title. rlval Ocala
Marianna arc Vanguard Melbourne Central Catholis is weeks to Alachua "
ago Santa
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Church Observes 112thAnniversary


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With HomecomingThe



112th Anniversary of Mitchell of Lakeland who was The Methodist is the oldest 1886 when a frame church was
line First United Methodist pastor of the church from 1950 local congregation of which constructed on Palmetto
.Church of Starke was ob- to 1954. It'was during his there is any record, being Street in the area where the
'erved Sunday, Nov. 23, with pastorate that the new sanctuary established in 1863. The first school bus barn is now
annual Homecoming and a and educational church structure was a tiny located.
covered dish dinner in the building were constructed and one-room log building erectedon .._ eI
{educational building.The also dedicated, free of debt. Church Street about where Among those attending the I ,,
Mr. Mitchell is now serving as the old Methodist parsonage is Homecoming Sunday were wrt1
minister for the associate director of the today. Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Haynes,
guest Jr. of Fitzgerald, Ga. Mr,
I the Rev Thomas G. Conference Council Staff in Services were held
day was,
Lakeland. somewhat irregularly/! untilMi'n Haynes is a grandson of the
late Simon J. Temple, pioneer
timberland and lumber
operator of this area who had

b 1 :i ir sawmills near Hampton and
f. ; .4 sMml Starke during the 1880's, and
( if who donated the property and
lumber for the church.A .

special honor, a red rose '
n' .,,,
,
N aea4 e,
corsage, was presented to
Mrs. E.K. Perryman as the
member'of the church with
the longest tenure of member.
ship. Mrs. Perryman is the
i daughter of the late Col.
g# Et: Comer L. Peek and joined the
f C rr church in 1900. g

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In 1898'''the church purchased ,. e lh+"fi'Nr' r
its present site at the -.a4.

i't, intersection of Walnut and
Jefferson Streets, recognizingthe
Ii importance of a location
nearer the center of town
which then had a population of
about 1000. The Rev. C.W.
White led the relocation activities -
in 1906, and the frame
building was moved to the new' Old
site for $200.' Pictures To Be On Display


'After jacking up the ,.r I ,
This small but attractive building' served as First building and placing log At Flea Market On December 6
Methodist Cliurrh from 1906 to 111:15.: rollers under it, the contractor
used a stump puller, operatedby
one gray horse, to move the
church about a quarter of a LLLLLtllrti' Vlilret-l
mile south along Walnut These scenes of Starke and to 1 llw person correctly idcnli-flying
When It had Bradford County are typicalof the most pictures in
Street. :
ULLLin 4'' sLLt! LLWtLLIL( ;
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the old photographs which
half the
progressed only ubove layout Mail!
EDITORIALS'Thanksgiving I I distance in a week's time, two will be on display for the \ answers loTIit'or bringour
irate citizens secured an In- public at the Old Bradford

junction against the' moving County Courthouse during the the former School Board )Dec. (6. are asked to call !/W461105 IVIograph by noun )IIc'I', j I.
project and progress was Bicentennial Flea market, offices of the Old Courthouse. : ( Bradford County Tele- In fairness to our ,readers
halted for a week before they December 6. graph) or bring (hem to this adullt that location ul'huildmg !
were finally persuaded to office.A \ at lower right is
The public is invited to view Persons who have picturesor
withdraw their complaint. 'the and other his- other artifacts they would free unknown. II possibly could
1975 photographs one-year subscriptionto have been in Luke Hut her hut
torical items to be like to display on Saturday, The will .
Using the framework of the on display Telegraph be given all others are in SUirke.Seven .
church erected 20 years

before, the building was
remodelled veneering it with

fancy stone blocks County Agents
manufactured by Col.: ComerL.

Peek a long time member
I lof the church, and his son Notebook
Carlyle. They were the first
On October 3, 1863, President Lincoln The first Thanksgiving, of course, such blocks, ever made in

signed a proclamation designating the predates the birth of our country. ,,Starke. rr"crBO
By F
Following a winter of tremendous ,
last Thursday of each November as an The church property

annual national Day of Thanksgiving, hardship, Governor William Bradford, in remained much the same until bY

culminating a seventeen-year crusadeby the autumn of 1621, ordered a three-day 1935 when an abandoned

Sara. J. Haler _the._..:;:M0thet..of festival to celebrate a''life-sustaining l Southern Methodist Church hoZ l 04 .. _
of- !
Thanksgivingn"to"have America become harvest among the impoverished building in Lawtey was '
fered to the local congregationby
the first nation to hold such an ob- Pilgrims. the Jacksonville District, .1 _

servance; Despite this early beginning, shared of which Starke was then a
To enjoy what I
of
part. Under the leadership heIr you
with some ninety neighboring Indians, a
the then pastor Rev. Ben hope be a bountiful har-
Today, on the eve of the 200th An- day of thanksgiving was not celebrated Montgomery, this buildingwas vest and plentiful supply of

niversary of our nation, it is more than throughout the land as a regular dismantled and moved to food during this Thanksgivingseason

ever fitting that we pause to give thanksfor national holiday until Mrs. Hale finally Starke to become the church's I would like to offer

those who persevered under wrote and suggested such an observanceto first recreational and the our following country'rebuttal who think to thosein we

harrowing circumstances to establishthe President Lincoln. educational building.This 1942 should stop eating meat and
structure was enlarged
principles of liberty, justice, and other foods to make more
this 1975 during the pastorate of Rev.
During Thanksgiving period,
grain available at lower
that have formed the basis
Powell.
opportunity 'as the nation is at peace, the economy of George prices to the poor countries.If i.'i

of our society. the country seems to be slowly improving A building committee was

and families, for perhapsthe appointed in 1946, under the we did stop eating meat -
endured many there would have to be a
that
We give thanks they leadership of Rev. W.J.
first time this are enjoying an _
year '' revolutionary change in our
such hardships while solving the Churchwell, and brought in a
annual reunion, perhaps more for diets and in our American
recommendation con-
monumental problems of their day in agriculture. We would have to
than before will fora
Americans ever stop struction of a new sanctuaryat
seemed to them an reduce our level of eating
what must have
estimated cost of
extremely cruel and hostile land; just as moment and give thanks, and pray an 51255. close to that of less developed FSP Efff ploe>pS Complete At CTI;
this will have
that we of generation as The last service was held in countries in order to bring
we must persevere now in solving great courage and resourcefulness in the old stone block church onOct. world food grain prices downto
problems that seem equally in- a level they could readily
29, 1950, under the
Pilgrim
solving our problems as our
surmountable. pastorate of Rev. Thomas G. alford. Pictured from left to right worth nine hours of collegecredit human relations. l)(>slgnIIOI'all (
forefathers had in solving theirs. Mitchell. The building was areJ.M. Craw lord. Michael J. and urged the' men to DOR employees the
razed and groundbreakingservices What if' we ''applied that !McRae. Willie B. Brown. continue their education.. course is ollered io improvetreatment
practice to other shortages in Charlie F, Roberts Harry J. control, und ,rehabilitation
were held on Nov. 28. countries? "The of the untrained
the less developed era ol inmates by
Owen Luis A. Castro and
1950. Services were conducted are also short of fuel, correctional officer is long the ellcclivencss of
and Downs in the Woman's Club building They Stacy J. Lea, seven employees said. "Those increasing
I Ups medicines, clothing housing of Florida State Prison who past. Tompkins employees.The .
across the street while the books
roads cars schools, who make choices for promo-
new church was being built. telephones newspapers, television recently graduated from a tions look both for good work
four-week course taught at the fulltime
and most of the other and for who course earned
crime increased 18 cent Bishop Roy H. Short laid the Correctional Training Institute records persons graduates nine semester
It is impossible to view the most during 1974, per things that determine the are improving their education dits cre-
from Lake
cornerstone for the building at Raiford. City Community
,
recent FBI release of crime statistics in fifteen times faster than population. ceremonies on Jan. 16, 1951, level of living of a nation. It .IIThe College. The graduates will-
Today's crime rate is more than 400 per would make as much I logic for In addressing the continue their-
the U.S. with any degree tranquility, and the first official service in without these things to graduates 160-hour resident training with
and particularly distressing to see two cent greater than in 1961, and has shownan the new sanctuary- a us cheapen to go them so that the less James Tompkins, course covers Florida Depart- 160 more instructors hours taught by

neighboring cities, Jacksonville and annual increase for the past 14 years. Homecoming Day was held developed countries could superintendent Correctional of Institution the Cross ment of Offender Rehabilitation and various regional correctional at institu-the
Oct. 14, 1951. City administration oper-
them. That would
Gainesville, listed among 'the most readily take buy wide-spread noted that the CTI course is ation, as' well as work in tions across Florida.
also
a
crime-prone in the nation. Even if there are no easy answers, In four years the new reduction in U.S. wage rates.
there.are some obvious facts that must'be sanctuary completely free -

The record shows that in 1974 dealt with. It is dear that whateverwe of debt, and was dedicated by Answer to the problems of Hotline. by Becky Gtebelg

criminals killed more than 20,000 peoplein have been doing to combat crime in Nov.Bishop 25 John, 1955.Now's W. Branscomb the less developed nations is Household .. Your Extension Home Economist I

our land, and stole property worth the .past, it isn't working. The new dards not to to lower theirs our, but living to raise stan- I

$2.6 billion. The value of articles stolenis methods and theories, have failed The Time. their levels. We can help with -- --

more than the entire budget for the miserably in spite ,of high flown technological assistance and QUESTION: : How can I QUESTION; : : 1 answered an a thousand people, like you..

Department of Justice, and more than promises from almost every politician, to To Winterize food aid.Besides. freeze pecans? (Mrs. S.S.) ad in a magazine about ad- respond by sending $7.50 for a I
dressing envelopes at home manual which they mayor
twice what it takes to run.the City of "do something about it. people around the ANSWER Shell nuts, for money. Since I am a may not receive, this racket

Chicago' for an entire year. Family Car world eat what they can afford keeping kernels as nearly housewife and have a few would bring in 7,500 fast
The time has come' for everyone and what is produced in their whole as possible. Spread in hours to spare, I thought this bucks.

Statistics I' show increases in crime for concerned to rethink the entire problemand Advice to winterize your car locality. The poor and mal- thin layer to dry for 24 hours. would I help received us stretch a reply our'from bud There's a whole new wave of
;
all sections of the country, and for all do some sober soul-searching on the may seem strange in Florida, nourished eat primarily wheator Package In moistureproofbags the get.company with some infor- inquiries from people who
but the Highway Patrol says it, rice. Cereal grains alone for freezing. They maybe want and need to work at
but asked to
seven crime categories that were question of gun control, rather than the is time to safety check your could conceivably supply all chopped and covered with mation manual they for $7.50 me and home. Perhaps it's the high

reported:. murder, rape, robbery, emotional diatribes we have been car for winter weather the calories and most of the syrup to freeze.go stated buy a that I may or may not unemployment situation per-

assault, burglary, larceny, and vehicle treated to in the past. The Patrol commander suggested protein needed by the world's work through them. Could you haps a squeeze on l fixed in
theft. Violent crimes against persons, to car owners that their malnourished people. A two through feedlots'; eight to( help me find out if this is legi- comes. In any case, the handicapped
percent increase in average nine pounds of total feed <( shouldbe send
assault auto exhaust systems timate before I my
and And can't another
including murder rape we escape nagging'fact annual world grain production to six pounds of grain) is usedto person who needs extra;i
checked for leaks to avoid ? (Mrs. A.J.C..)
accounted for more,than half a million of : that while the crime rate has been the possibility of carbon -25 million tons a year- would- produce one pound of beef money money is the one who is muM

the reported offenses., going up and up the percentage of monoxide poison as a result of do this., of grain are needed to producea ANSWER: Keep your $7.50. frequently attracted" by have IhcM I",
families actively participating in church exhaust fumes seeping into pound of beef. And, the grain They may send you the man- "come-ons. If in you order Inqualify
is the activities has been down 'and the closed passenger com But the really different that is fed is corn grain ual, but you would have to find buy anything '
of all going'
Most shocking perhaps partments when the windowsare problems are not in producing sorghu, oats and barley little your own market for the enve- be suspicious.
while the U.S. down. Is there connection? It's about food but distributing it .
realization that a shut. pro- used for food for people. Fin lopes you address. Addressing Firms offering salaried
population increased by only 1.2 per cent time that we found out. Beach also suggested that perly. The and disorganized inefficient, marketing anti-- ally, many other people outside envelopes is just one of the home employment seldom
heaters and defrosters shouldbe quated the U.S. eat as much or hundreds of earn-money-at- advertise. They gel more
order and distribution sys- more beef and other animal home "come-on" rackets that workers than they need by
into working ,
put top tems in most developing coun- we do I.e. Can million of mouth. If you are suspicious -
as
and it may be time for a new tries are great handicaps., products are taking nearly a word
set of windshield wiper ada, Europe, Australia and a dollars yearly, out of the of offers you receiveby
'pRi BRADFORDCo' blades. Further more, wheat and few others). The U.S. should pockets of people who can ill mail you should hold all
4 'ry .v rice are a minor fraction of not take on the burden alone. afford it.Although. evidence including letters and
18794 "Motorists In north Florida the grain fed to livestock, and The best long run solution to envelopes and bring it to the
'
@tefe0 may' need to add antifreezeand small and mal- some work-at- local postmaster
all grains make up a feeding the poor attention of your
check radiator hoses, and fraction of total Teed consumed nourished is to help the home ventures are legitimate, as well as Florida
while you are checking be ruminant improve by far most are not. In fact, of ''II
by countries Agrlewlljirr''and
Department
0yN1e sure to have a close look at as cattle. animallla'suct. developing food most victims end up spending ''I'I..et'apual'fuUabnssee
FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER brakes tires and their own producing rather than making It. C lntsumers'ruces!
BOB G. your lights, < money 'F'k'rukr 'i
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roughage > hay,
grass crop abilities.So .
e l0N' Publishers concluded Col.. Beach. All those! schemes! 1"lIothe-
residues make about 75 -
Class Matter the Post Office Starke "' of all feed up for. cattle that !same pattern promise "lantaslic i'KSTIOIlirtv:! ; il.. >.ii'
Published each Thursday and entered as second at at Fla. under Act percent enjoy Thanksgiving !its' ... "NIII\' |
A 60-watt light bulb burns 17 from birth slaughter.: Dur- turkey; ham. chicken or beef work" urn' mm-lor, with n i kin>\\' It'It Isibriv IS ii.,iii.- |1'1",.mlU '
ot' March 3, 1679. trade area. {6 per year; 43.60! .ix moots, hours for the same money It ing the final, feedlot period with all the trimmings even requirement spare I that you 1)wcs1 1"1:11'11.11I" s11I: '",' 1"''J:

Subscription trade..*' e7 peryeer '..'CO six months. takes to light. a 100-watt bulb (the last 25 percent of the though you know that there moiu'V lor instruction\ : inauuiils. _.\'..\\IIIU.i: :,k'U I6 i ,.'LileIii .
.Ouuide ; for. 10 hours National animal's life) for the 60-65 >are many throughout the materials, eli-i l I..;l"ivou I Plinrsi 9644306 Startce.. Ra. ,beg work .lust, l"Innk! U. "
Geographic says.; percent of U.S. cattle that will world that are less fortunate. \ '" 1'ImlII\1\

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I'ugelZ I: TKLKGKAPH November27,1975


REP. DON FUQUA IS TOLDOfficials





I. Want :Revenue Sharing: To Keep Coming;



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. sharing More with federal fewer revenue restric- spent tions on is the how the funds arc! came through loud and clear it from officials from Lawtey, law but Bradford County has local community in use of some of the same problems as counted as taxes for revenue
message whidaltfpptjl i to Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, Starke Hampton, Brooker, no other funds to implement revenue sharing funds. larger communities. sharing dollar purposes.He .
from area government of- Bradford County, Worthington them Brown said. He men Fuqua said it was good that Fuqua said he is hopeful officials
asked
ti ficials Monday morning. Springs, Newberry tioned the increasing cost of In Florida the budget making that a five-year program will had used the present
9 lfIMf A The $5.2 billion Marion County the city of maintaining some 250 miles of process is open to the public be re-enacted by next July. sharing how they funds they revenue have

program of funneling five-year federal Gainesville, and Alachua graded roads, the state turn- by law and that, perhaps, a That is what he is pushing for received over the past five
County. back 54 miles of paved said
ing the representative along
new would
back program require said he is
"'--"'_'>' "--'" to local communities on Fuqua and his aides In- roads for local maintenance, local of with some needed reforms., years. Fuqua happyit
..,'<' a population basis was started input on use revenue did not all go for fire trucks
dicated that the the increasing cost of the state
A among
Enjoy Green Lawn Or
\ sharing funds, nationwide. but that
under former President various federal grant programs maintaining secondary. Reforms may include doing and police cars, some
Pasture All Winter Plant.eJ Richard Nixon and is due to they think revenue "If you were to cut off our away with "penalties' was spent for roads and
j expire next spring. Rep. federal against states,such as Florida streets and other worthwhile
sharing is one of the most Federally shared funds now revenue sharing it
RYE Fuqua is vice-chairman of a commendable because the comprise 8.8 percent of the would hurt," Brown. told the and four others, which do not purposes.
GRASS SEED House of a Government have state income tax and
Oper- money gets down to small county's total budget, Brown congressman. a "The beauty of revenue
ations Committee subcom communities as well as largerones said. The county in 1975 has In explaining the present are eligible now for less sharing is local people decide
11; 50 Lb. Bag mittee which now has juris- because it is distributedon $250,649 of revenue sharing situation of the federal reve- shared dollars as a result of the best use for the money,"
diction over the federal the smaller amount of taxes
revenue basis. nue sharing in Con- Gainesville City Manager
29C a per capita Fuqua funds budgeted to be spent in program
Lb. 11"SAVE ,.,it,.),, sharing program. also cited the simplicity of the the areas of public safety gress, Rep. Fuqua said some paid per capita. Harold Farmer told Fuqua.
,. ." ." Fuqua was holding the thirdof program, saying only 82 fed- $56,993, social service $2,286, members feel the program Taxes are kept down in Farmer presented Fuqua witha
"H ", three area hearings to ob- eral officials are involved in environmental protection should be extended for only some cities with their own breakdown on, the use of

tain local input into reforms distributing funds for the $14,483, public transportation two or three years, not five as utility systems where profitsare over$5 million of revenue
j that should be built into the entire country. $31,360, health $78,919, was the life of the original program returned to local govern- sharing funds Gainesville has
u NlllilNrNwmaa program which the congressman Area officials asked for recreation $9,570, libraries now about to expire. ment, thus lowering propertyor received. over the past five.
I -- \I rylN '"" ? thinks will be reenactedby fewer restrictions on spending $12,412, and financial ad- Some members from large Income taxes.. The local years.
next July. Fuqua said he shared funds, that other fed ministrator $44,625. metropolitan areas feel small governments are now prohibited -
Ali 16.5% wanted first hand information eral funds be allowed for use communities should be made from including such

from local officials and he got as matching funds, and that ineligible for the shared funds, monies as taxes in figuring up Stolen Car... ...
more U.S. funds go to the poor Brown said he feels the Fuqua said, though stressing their local taxes on which
TORO GRASSMASTER and aged. Gainesville City Bradford Commission has he will fight to keep the revenue sharing is based. (From page I 11)

\\ Model 20550- 21" Cut TOO LATE Manager Farmer said he done the best it could in listen- monies coming to the small Fuqua said he favors allow- took the vehicle to the Handy-

Sell-Propelled with High Torque TO CLASSIFYHOUSES thinks of present restrictionsas ing to all requests from the communities which have ing utility transfers to be way Store on West Brownlee
penalties. Street in Starke and got gas
Engine For Real Power and Bradford County Clerk Gib i.rM "ia" "asf. .'i ":J Y i '"' ,, ....!.-- III -1 t' I u-r'f. eel and left without paying.
&TRAILERS ... r : '
.. .
Less pressure -
Economy Noise Brown as did every official .' 1. Tomasovich indicated the pair
Reg. *299asO washed with chemicals.Wash who spoke, stressed the need .' :: .J..': 'r-, ..l _1 j' .115" kept the car all day. He said
: .. "
dirt and mildew. Guar- -
away :: -r'- ;:;:: : '
for federal revenue sharing. '' : :: .L about 12:30: Sunday morning
$ >IO9 anteed.11120 Ph. 4732213. 10/30 Programs mandated by the .. H'. t: 3"1.. ;.,.' '.... I. .., .. --. they stopped at the Zippy
4tp \ : i. Mart Store on Highway :301
state have to be carried out by \ .,. ..;.. .
.
o ---------- f taro .. .. about 5 miles South of Starke.
ModeI2o55 / l1'L.. .. .J and left withoutlie .
t \ ... .. ... '. ..... .... .v_ I Ii got pay l ing.gas v

Use Our LayAWayor J.. "/1' .... said that on Sunday
.. ", f '-"
DeWitt C. Jones ) ,} morning at 12:45: Starke
Christmas Giving ', Police Officers Kenneth
.. / .
.
: 'Y''f ,. / ., Carleton, Willie Searcy and
.,.. .; Lt. M.L. Sibley stopped the
.
Funeral Home I' ., .
!
ewwwwu NluWAldl1LO1IDA / ', "- -. boys on the Lincoln City Road
and recovered the vehicle.
GARDEN n j Tomasovich said the juve-

lisT STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL i niles were charged on Monday
CENTER ah with auto theft and petty

OMTlOL 539 East Call St. HOSPITAL BEDS. WALK$RS.WHEEL CHAIRS larceny in connection with the
III CRUTCHES Bradford County service
LOUKA.CO. PH. 964-5745 station dealings. They were
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176to turned over to the Division of
Complete Professional Pest Control Services \ Y Youth Services. He said that

: on Monday afternoon they
: went back to Brooker with one

Overbought Warehouse Overloaded! H I#. ..', : :.f.>1'
tidk. d belongings that were disp".so'of > ;
on Thursday, when >he>,
Straight A students for the first six weeks grading, : period at the Middle School Include,left to drove through Brocket on the
right, front row: Tina Best,Vicki Carver, Laura Oehler I Diane fisher Leonard Johnson Tract way to Gainesville.
Smith Patti Chesser and Joey llerres. The two, big, grins behind these students belong to Joey
USTCUTOUR Andrews and Tammy Powell. \




UGH Contract Talks Expected Monday ,


LAKE BUTLER Renewalof would have regular office'I clinic for 30-day- periods. Inter-Medic nor the board- of
STOCKS AT ONCE! the management contract hours and remain on) call during The clinic is a preliminary trustees has been successfulin
w
the and '
ft with Inter-Medic Health Care''' living evening on the on. hospital weekends step to open the 25-bed facility locating a physician willing 0\
(IMHC) of St. Augustine will premises.Since : 'Which closed. In May of*7" to<:om t 1o practice. in Union f
be discussed by the Union the clinic opened, doc- 1974.Although County.A .- i
General Hospital Board of tors have been supplied on a a resident techno- schedule of daily physi-
Trustees as the present con- daily rotating basis for office: logist has been hired to provide cians and their specialties is
HUGE STOCK OF GE APPLIANCES FOR SALE! tract extension expires Mon- hours only until a resident laboratory and X-ray available by calling the

day, Dec. 1. physician can be placed in the Service to patients, neither hospital, Hardvul said.
The UGH clinic has treated

41 patients since opening its
I -
Lay Rway IVowForXma"aweWE doors Nov. 3, accruing more Ur
than $800 in patient-service 4 students Escape Injury

administrator
ew revenues
DELIVER & SERVICE And Eugene Hardval announcedlast


WHAT WE SELL I/.ed Although still week.to half be collected the revenuesare the .In Plane Crash At KH Airport

to balance is "well collectable,"

Cotor1Y YOUR Blacp TY Hardval told the trustees at a Four Univeristy of Florida, Turner, was that the pilot had poor and sometimes impossible
port luncheon meeting last Thurs- students, enroute back from the runway lights in view and' .
8 day.Hardval Miami, escaped severe injuries was going in for a landing. "The plane hit hard enoughso
OLD 6On'y also reported that when their rented Turner reiterated the the back tail section was

APPLIANCEIS the hospital had been withouta Cessna 172 aircraft crashed in statement made by the pilot, .bent down from impact,"
\ Only doctor for two days of.the early morning fog Monday, at Bookbinder, to the Gainesville Turner said.He estimated the
IS WORTH previous week. the keystone Airport. airport as: "I have the lightsat aircraft's speed at 50 mph
In discussion of acquiring Jay Bookbinder, 19, 3230 900 feet." when it was grounded. Turner
1I MORE AT II TO doctors for the hospital, board S.W. Archer Rd., Apt 203A, Turner went on to explain compared the passenger
I l III chairman J.D. Griffis said Gainesville, pilot of the air- that when fog is heavy like it impact sensation to a 30 mph ,
N Se' SAWYER APPL. that two Philippine doctors craft and his three was Monday morning around head on collision in an
Sell had indicated an interest in passengers, Floyd and Gay 5 a.m. when the accident automobile.
practicing in Lake Butler. An Steinberg, and a female happened the runways are
Y Egyptian doctor has also companion, Rando Mokas visible from straight above, Turner added that the
Model WHE525't asked to be considered for the only received minor cuts andbruises but when the plane enters the plane, if totaled, would be In
position,. although she is not when their plane came fog at an angle, visibility is the amount of $8,000.
licensed to practice in the down shortly before sun-up in
NOW $' state of Florida at present, a hay field between runways. Pahakee Favorite. eFrom!' : l ,''" (c 6)) I Iin
1800
$ %bOO 18 LB. ELECT. NOW Griffis said.Trustee Mel Turner, owner and

0111.1 1 Doyle Archer indi- manager of Sopwith Camel, a non-district !game at Green Cove Springs and then
DRIER 0111.1 w/t cated he thought the board and owner of the rental aircraft Chipley.. They won their district won seven in a row before
w//t was "wasting its time" in attributed the crash to with a 15-7 win over Boni- losing 22-0 to Lake Buller two

renewing the contract with pilot error. fay and a 30-7 win over Grace- weeks ago. Last week they
;: b IMHC. Archer, displeasedwith "The pilot shouldn't" have ville. Chipley also defeated prepared: for the playoffs by
been that low on gas, Turner Land O'Lakes 287.
the performance of IMHCin Century, a power in districtone defeating
Only opening the clinic, had said. He also attributed the breaking a 7-7 tie in the Crescent City is unranked.
TAKE UP motioned to discontinue the heavy fog hanging over the second half with a 42-8 win. Clermont district 10 with a
.1. Te BIG SAVINGS contract Nov. 3. field as a contributing factorto Chipley is ranked second 4-6 record travels to Umatilla,
TO 36 Moe't According to the verbal con- the crash.According. going into the playoffs. the district 9 representativewith
l ON ALLFLOOR tract-extension, IMHC direc- to reports Pace is a new school bet- a 9-1 log.
TO PAY Sell tor Dr. Hardgrove Norris said gathered from Turner and ween Milton and Pensacolaand Umatilla defeated Eustis
MODELS that the clinic would be open- Keystone Police Chief is in its third season of last week .33-7 and Clermont
ed with resident physiciansunder Leonard Jones, the pilot, on outscored Groveland 3318.
the Family Practice his third attempt to land, existence. They defeated Cen- Umatilla is ranked eighth In
tury two weeks ago and won
One
Program. physician found himself not over the
the state.
BIG FAMILY runway, but over the hay over Pensacola Liberal Arts Meade district witha
Fort 12
67-26 last week. Pace is
; field.When he the
I SIZE LARGE Nursing( to make another pulled landing planeup ranked 7th going into the play 7-3 record travels to Bradenton -
Palmetto with mark.
/ offs. a 7-3
Now FROST FREE attempt the plane ran out of The Miners of Fort Meade
i FREEZER 168O0 Director... fuel, causing the .plane to District 4 representative lost to Auburndale 21-0 last
ONLY crash. Alachua Santa Fe with a 9-1
week. unranked.
3 (From page 1)) Upon arriving In the area record travels to Port St. Joe Palmetto They lost are last week to
references. The board autho- Bookbinder found heavy fog to take on the district three
rized him to hire her when her and radioed the Gainesvillefor representative who has a 901IOC. Bradenton Southeast 276.
references were completely a DF Steer (radio transmission They are also unranked.
Tor Only .
g1 checked out., direction) to the Alachua Santa Fe's only Pahokee, district 14, with a
9-1 record, will be at Mel-
Ms. Julia Davis, who has
Keystone airport. loss was to AAA Jacksonville
TeSoli bourne Central Catholic, the
been the anesthesist for the
Sell The last radio transmission Bolles by a score of 200. Theyare district 13 anda
I hospital for the past several recorded in Gainesville, according currently ranked fourth in representative .
team with a 10-0 log.
years board, at appeared the outset before of Monday's the- ,to the report from .the state going into the play. Pahokee Is ranked first
90 DAYS and submittedher offs since they have defeated going into the playoffs and
meeting
Now resignation effective c'or C Selection both Lake Butler and Jasperin defeated Glades Central 17-0
close: one point games. last week. .
Monday, December 8. She is
S. ONLY SAME self employed and has Committee Meets Port St. Joe's only loss was Melbourne Central Catholicis
r assisted with all operations to Chipley by a score of 140. ranked 3 going into the play-

2199 AS NOW 95 performed a regularily at the hospital scheduled bothon The Selection 'Committee The going Sharks Into the are playoffs.ranked sixth offs.Miami Westminister; district -

31 9 basis and also all appointed to review applicants Wildwood with a 6-4 recordis 16, with a 9-1 record will
w/t emergency for the position of the district 8 representativeand travel to Miami LaSalle, district -
operations.In
her letter of executive vice-president of will travel to Crescent 15, with an 8-1 season.
CASH w/t Ms. Davis said she resignation would "be' the ,Starke-Bradford County City,district 7 winner, with an Miami LaSalle is ranked
Chamber of Commerce held
8-2 season. ninth and Miami Westminis
available for 45 to 60 days
its first meeting Thursday, '
Wlldwood's quarterback: ter is unranked
after her becomes
resignation Nov. 13. broke a leg in a game several
effective to assist on any. Individuals desiring to
weeks and will miss the
ago The team that wins the sink
operations performed at the apply can contact: the playoffs. He will be replacedby
SAWYER-SLADE hospital. Chamber office for an AAAA. AAA, and AA chainplomhlp -
APPLIANCE application a player who has not seen
A long discussion was held or further In- much action for Wildwood. this year. will play ti
e by the board after Ms. Davis formation. They were unranked 'uoing! maximum of.14-ganw's with
submitted her resignation and Next meeting of the Into the playoffs. Wlldwuod the addition of eight more
332 W. left the meeting. She has been Selection Committee !I. set for lost to Lake Weir ::1f.-H last teams to the playoff The
'1 Madison St. 96a-77Ol Starke Fla negotiating a contract: 'or Tuesday. Dec. 2, at which week.. rtinuoriip will also liavo
arrangement with the board time the Initial screening) of .Crescent City lost llu ,hN9hlag player f 'a Huiiiiiuim'' of II.
since the beginning of August. application will take place. game of the wimiii .In gahwm.


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I Oct. Land. Sales Total $562 233 LAWTEY I


October land transactions in o. S : B
Bradford County totalled j David and Karen Kilby of Arlie and Linnie Dobbs sold Green for $32,000. Steven and Christine Cardin By Elizabeth Terry
$562,233. down $4,600 from theSeptember Gainesville bought a parcel of property to Jerry and Loedith Robert and Evelyn Strunk purchased lot six of block one CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Wilma Wainwright
sum. land on Lake Geneva, for Hewitt of Tallahassee for sold property in the SEA of in Nichols Acres for $3,000 CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday visited her sister Mrs. C E. visited her son and daughter-
Sales for the year now value $22,500 from Richard H. and $2,000. the SEV of section 33, from James and Sandra School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Strickland, of Gainesvillefrom in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
,$5,610,781, according to calcuailons Brenda Jones. Crown Builders of Fla., Inc., township 6S for$45,000 to John Miller. vices' 11. and 7 pm Wednesday to Friday. Wainwright and family, of
from state sales John and Hilda Alvarez sold sold lot eight in Denny Heights and Betty Hendricks and H.M. Mildred, Sarah, David and Prayer a.m.a, Tuesday"7:30 While there she also visited Eaton Park, and her parents,
stamps affixed to deeds filedin property in section 3-6-21 westof for $21,800 to Bennie and Eli and RutMcFarlin.., Sharon Lawson sold to Joe M. p.m.' YPE ,'riIJay, 7:30: p.m. her niece, Mrs. Joe Bason. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling,
the Bradford clerk's vault. SR-225 to O.R., Jr., and zabeth Jones of Bunnell. Lot 21 In Woodlawn Subdivision Fields and Martha M. Bomontof EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of Bartow, for a few days.
Largest of the October sales Thelma Alvarez for $50,000. William and Connie Laney sold West Va. a parcel of land Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship spent a week with their uncle Dan Wainwright, of St.
government lot three in The of was by Stanley Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James visited his mother
was sum $IS,000 was paid purchased lot 10 of block 4 in to Jeanette and containing about eight acres Augustine, ,
Section 25, Township eight. by Associated Millrights, Inc., Weatherly and Carmen's William Noegel Laney of Law- in the SW>/4 of the NWI/ of p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Shuford, of southern Virginia.Mrs. Mrs. Truby Wainwright, on
The property, deeded from of Brpoker for about 1.435 Addition to Starke for $12,900 Honsberger section 3-7S-22 for $24.500. 7 p.m. C.E. Crews spent two Thursday.Mrs. .
Kenneth and Joan Platt to acres in section 14-7-20 to A.S. from David and Lea M. God- tey for $5,200.Sophie L.L. and Vivian Parker solda The church had a weeks with her son-in-law and Iva McKinney, of
David and Susan Cook of Key and Mary Jane Green. parcel of land in section 8-7- Thanksgiving Fellowship daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Starke, visited her cousin,
stone Heights, sold for$60,000.Lot Charles H., Sr., and Bar sey.Leon and Margaret Dican- L. Wolf sold to Iva 20 to Gene Melvin of Brookerfor Supper at the church.on Saturday The Travelers, Nov. 22, ton and Tom, of Mrs. Pierce Crews, Sunday
one in Geneva Lake bara Morris of Columbia Dell Rhoden of Macclenny a $5,000.Howard. Jacksonville. Mrs. Glen afternoon.Mr. .
dio and Leon Jr. and Thelma
,
of Gainesville
Estates was sold by Geneva County sold to Paul D. Newellof Dicandio sold property in section portion of lot one, block one in and Delores Kerry Quartet for them., sang, Crews, of Starke, visited the and Mrs. Casey Dobbs
Lakes Estates, Inc. to MerrillE. Keystone Heights a parce of 26-6S-22 for $8,633. Santa Fe Shores and a portionof purchased lot 10 in block 15 of FAITH BAPTIST Radio Clayton on Saturday and and daughter, Terri, of
and Effie W. Parker for land in the NEVi of the NEV4 William C. Rhoden and lot 25 in Indian Beach Sub- keystone Club Estates, unit WPXE: Starke Mrs. Crews came home with Jacksonville, were Sunday
Program over
$20,000.. of Section division, unit three, for $7,300. one, for $3,000 from Keystone of their
36-8-22 for lot dinner guests parents,
$5,500. Dennis Rhoden purchased Sunday Sam. Bible School 10 her.Mr.
Robert E. and Ann P. Ritz of Ronald Newman Sr., and 9 or block one in Postmasters Iva Dell Rhoden of Mac- Developers, Inc., of Jacksonville a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs.
Michigan sold lot 13 and half John Odom III a parcel of land in .' Townsend, of Powder Springs, Another of the Dobbs
paid $5,000 to Retirement Village, unit two portion and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting guest
of lot block 'Gene D. Adams of
a one, one Keystone
lot 12 of block 25 in Livingston Albert, Jr. and Ina andSandra I Ga., spent the weekend with their daughter-In-law
C. New- for $5,900 from Jimmy of Santa Fe Shores and lot 25 purchased lot 1-14 of ;Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible was ,
Truby and Co. Subdivision to man for property in section 10- Bowen. of Indian Beach Shores, unit bloc C of Mount Pleasant on Study.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- Mrs. Ruby Dobbs, of Raiford.
William F. and Joyce M. 7-22, field. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crabtree, of
William and Sue Chapmansold ,GRACE UNITED
three, to Charles and Kathleen Silver Lake, also tracts' 1-C
Bosier for $8.500. Lot 10 on Crosby Lake was part of the east half of the McMahan of Jacksonville for and 2-C for $18,000 from METHODIST: Sunday School Friends of Mrs. Elnora Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Two parcels of land near purchased by Merritt and SW' of the NE' of section 23, $t4.000. James K. Lloyd. 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Privett regret to learn that Blom and son. Mr and Mrs.
Old Keystone Road in section Carleen Williams for' $3,000 township 7S for $33.700 to '.a.m. and 7 p.m Choir' Prac- she is a surgical patient in David Albert and son. of
15-7S-22 were sold by L.K., III from Donald and Louise Harry B. Loper of Melbourne. tice 7 p.m. and United Memorial Hospital Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs.
and Susan Edwards to Ramon McRae. William C. and Carol Philips Funds :Methodist Fellowship 8 p.m Jacksonville. Our prayers are MiloSmith,Martha, and Terri
and Mona Waldrop of Donald and Louise McRae of Lawtey Blanding ,Wednesday. with her.' Carter, and John, enjoyed
Chiefland with the restrictionthat sold lot 14 on Crosby Lake for purchase of lot32In Whispering I rThe church enjoyed'' aThanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Thanksgiving Dinner at the
no mobile homes be $10,500 to Thomas, Jr., and Pines Estates from F. turkey recently visited their brother, home of their son-in-law and
Russell the property. Barbara Casey. Brooks Herman of Duval. Sought For )'at the Church Saturday supper night J.A. Mosley, who is in intensive daughter Mr. and Mrs. David
and Kathy Thornton Lot five of Starke Heightswas County. Clay Nov. 22. They served baked, care with a heart Scott and Marla, on Sunday.
sold property in the NW sold for $$15.000 by Harry C. and Margaret and smoked turkey along with attack in Green Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
corner of Carlotta subdivision Richard and Joy Rowe of Thompson of Jacksonville various other dishes. Approximately Hospital. On their return Gustafson of Green Cove
unit one, for$2,000 to L.L. andVivian Sarasota to Florence E. bought property sections 25- Recreation 60 people at-- home they stopped by to see Springs, were Saturday
Parker. Ennis. 8S-22 and 26-8S-22 for $23,000 Use tended this occasion. their uncle, Albert Murray, overnight guests of their
Jewelle H. Crawford sold to Geneva Lake Estates Inc. from Marvin Hamlin, Larry United Methodist Women who is in intensive care with a grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.,
James M. and Jewel E. transferred to Geneva LakesEstates Hawkins and E.R. Hendrick-( currently being fed Into met, at the home of Mrs. Frank heart attack in Orange' Park Arlie Dobbs
Hilliard, of Jacksonville lot and lots 19 and 22 of ST. AUGUSTINE Community Hospital. Pvt First Class Douglas
of the .
son, trustees of Environmental development facility Porreca, Tuesday morning.
"Working to achieve Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Barfield Herndon. of Fort Leonard
together
eight of Sampson Lake Geneva Creek Subdivision for
end
Service and Engineering, but at the of five years all Mrs. George Roberts, Sr. Wood Mo. and John Vaughn
some equity, Clay County the weekend with their
unit for $25,000. spent
Shores, one, $15,000. Inc.
i surplus revenues will be presided. Mrs. Frank Coss Clearville
Paul G. and Jolene Friese D. and Linda New officials met with Adjutant son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of III.,are spendinga
of Sidney M.R..Emery sold lot 17 of. equally split between the state gave the devotional and Mrs. 10-day leave with Doug's
Waldo purchased about an man sold for $ ,ooo. propertyon Geneva Creek Subdivision to General K.C. Bullard and and federal governments. Frances Hamilton presentedthe and Mrs. Sidney Harbin and parents, Mr. and Mis Union
acre' in the NW quarter of Graham Brooker Road Loman and JoAnn Hebb of staff officers Thursday, Nov. "We have also initiated'a program. There were 20 Donna of Orlando. Herndon and family. Tlu-y will
Section 25-7-21 south of SR-18 (SR-225) in section 12-7-21 to Orange Park for $12,000. 13, in efforts to obtain in- caucus to determine if federal ladies present. After the Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall and be stationed at liulord S.C.
from Paul and Ruth Meng for J.D.. Jr., and Vernie P. Odom. Lucille H. Green sold about formation on monies earnedby legislation is needed to get meeting, Mrs. Porreca served family have been in Tampa Mr. and Mrs. IU L. Crane
J.u. Jr. and the state Board in this week where he has been
the sum of 5000. Vernie Odom five acres of 0_property to Armory "
.. for Clay luncheon. and family of Norlolk Va.
County
sold the money attending school. The school
west 300 feet of the William H. and Diane Martin sale of minerals and forest
Paul and Ruth Meng sold north 10 acres of property in of Tallahassee for $11,300. products taken from Camp Williams said. HIGHLAND BAPTIST, : was called "A school of prayer will spend a ucok with I their
about two acres in the NW the SE'/4 of the NE Vi of section Paul S., III, and Rebecca Blanding.The A $20,000 annual ap- Sunda School 10 a.m. Wor- Counseling. Mrs. Hall and parents, Mr. and Mis. Manuel
quarter of section 25-7-21 to 33-6-22 east of Colley Road for purchased propriation to the county for ship Services 11 a.m. and 6 children visited friends during Stephens and April
Randall & Sallye A. Scoggins $2,000 to Sidney and Linda Giebeig Walnut Street in propertyon Starke 71,000-acre National land use, begun in 1957, was p.m. Prayer Meeting ,Wed- their Slav there.

of Hampton for $5,000. Newman. from R.A.,. Jr., and Saundra Guard facility, which is terminated in 1972 by specialact nesday. 7 p.m.NoR'I'IISIDE. BAPTIST Peter, Patrick Christopherand Easy ChristnlusDecorutinr
: Corkney Dougherty, of
exempt from Clay County tax of the legislature In-
I rolls, has earned a surplus troduced by then-senator Jim Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Valdosta, Ga. .are spendingthe
Services II a.m. and 7 weekend with their Food
Williams.
from the sale of natural
the two "For the life of me, I can'tget p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday grandparents Col. and Mrs.
resources past years.In '
TG&Y recent months Camp anyone to explain why the 7 p.m. parents Wm. Wilson Maj. and, while Mrs. James their Ideas To Be OfferedIn

has been chosen appropriation was repealed "
Blanding by SCIIOOL NEWS attending
Dougherty are
the National Guard Bureau to Williams said. The six weeks ended> Disney World, at Orlando, on Free One-
ffl become a regional training The Clay County Tuesday, Nov. 25., Report their 10th wedding an Hour
|$ family centerswrap facility and over the next two Development Authority and cards will go out on Wed- niversary. Another guest of Program

n years some $8 million in Clay County Commissioners nesday, Dec. 3. the Wilsons was their sister,
/ capital improvements will be requested the meeting to The December PTA Mrs. Irma Wilson, of The Cooperative Extension
made to the camp primarily in discuss possibilities of some meeting will be held Tuesday, Valdosta, Ga. Their daughter, Service of Bradford and Union'
housing barracks. allocation from the state to Dec. 9, at 7:30: at the school Miss Doreen Wilson, of Counties wish you a "Merry
vl// State Rep. Frank Williamsand .compensate for the loss of tax cafeteria. The Christmas Jacksonville, attended a Christmas" by presenting a
State Senator Jim dollars, land use and natural program of music will be wedding of friends in Orlandoover free one hour program on
i Glisson, who attended the resources from the camp, presented with all students the weekend. easy-to-make Christmas
it meeting, have drafted 0 a bill which occupies 17 percent ,of being involved in the singing. Sympathy of the community decorations and foods.
that would return $100,000 Clay County's land area.A Work on the picnic tables is
of the land is also is extended to Mrs. Fisher This will be offered
annually to the county from portion progressing.' The materialswere program
set aside for a hunting and Gaskins and other relatives on at Bradford Agricultural -
of replacement revenue funds, bought with the PTA the
1 the death of her sister, Mrs.
earmarked for fishing reserve, as lakes and money and the construction i Building on the fair'
Lti recreational facilities. county creeks are stocked by theo has been done by the Lawtey Lois Morgan, of Jacksonville.Mrs. grounds next Tuesday Dec. 2,
will be introduced in the April I > Florida Game and Fresh Nira Burris, of Mid- at 7 and Wednesday;
rett I, ,ii t'i lit. 76 legislative session, .;",;..." Water Commission.; Center Community, "" .. .Correctional!. dleburg,.spent Friday[ Dec: 3 p.m.,, at to- a:mi, and also In
p et "The bill will do nothing to Earning approximately On observance'c of Book ternoon with her brother and the Lake Butler (Community '
$500,000 annually from timber sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dec 4 at7pm
jeopardize \ Williams Camp Week, all Primary Classes Center on Thursday ,
Doc .
Blanding,' said, and mining sales, Camp were invited to the Library fora Mosley.Mr.and .
+ that the bill is Blanding has shown a 1974-75 Mrs. Carl Norman of
explaining Kverypne!: regardless
r discussion on the uses and
>? solely looking for replacement surplus of $71,000 and $63,000 and sons, and Mrs. Darlene color, creed or
for her "under-the-tree" surprise ( I iy care of books. All students in Norman and sons attended a race sex
from the state in 1975-76.
revenue national origin. without cost to
.. she'Ulove one of these ) "The Guard won't the the school were given book family get-together on Sundayat ,
cozy, government, such as the 25 fight marks by the librarian, Mrs. the individual is Invited to
by national parksto legislation, and from the in- the Home of their brother
percent paid
warm nightwear gifts! Sinclair. attend one of these programsto
and sister-in-law Mr. and
terest shown so far, there is a ,
((1., county governments. be given by Mrs. Becky
Bennett of
Mrs. Albert ,
Funds earned through concern for equity involved, PERSONALSMrs. Giebeig.
A.rr Seville.
? said.
natural resources are Williams Marian Hall, of Pastor A.E: Massey, of Due to limited space and the
b Jacksonville Beach, and Mrs. Faith Baptist Church attended fact that food samples will be
riif Cora Hodges of a revival meeting at featured Mrs. Giebeig asks
Trials Set Dec. 16 were Monday overnight Faith Missionary Baptist that you please make reservations -
by calling 9 4-fa":;54 or 4 J6-
guests of their sister, Mrs. Church, Hollywood. Fla. >
.N1 Hester Hicks.' They also Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl 2321 from 8 a.m to 5 p.m.
d f/ In Union Court visited their brotherinlawand Prevatt this week were their weekdays any lime before

//f'';<, il O'l sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. nephews, George and Jackson hand.
I Anders.Mr. Prevatt, of Starke, and their
r s.S' 'LAKE BUTLER Six per- unlawful possession of canni- and Mrs. Hermie Kelly son-in-law and daughter Mr.
sons are scheduled to go on bis (marijuana) in excess of attended the Retired Teachers and Mrs. L.H. Harper, of More than 128 million motor'''
trial Dec./16 in Union County five grams and possession of a meeting at Lake Butler last Starke on Sunday. vehicles are being driven overa
rlC plastic pipe designed for use Thursday.Mr. Friends of John Tinsler
Circuit Court trillion U.S.'
of miles
on charges a on
and 'Mrs. Edwin learn that he year
with the drug.. regret to is a
h t VtB 'grand larceny unlawful possession The two were arrested the Stephens, of Jacksonville, patient in Baptist Childrens highways, reports the Automo-
of marijuana and drug afternoon of July 28 at their recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Hospital, Jacksonville. Our tive Information Council.THERE'S .
and intent
paraphernalia, to Harold Eunice.
Glenn prayers are with him.
i! residence in the
commit murder and posses-
e Howard Trailer Park near
rw sion of a deadly
1 weapon. ,
l 'll I Lake Butler Private attorney
,.S1 t \ y James Martin Anderson, 18, Wayne Carroll will represent
'r' r and Thomas Griffin Starling, and SUBSTITUTE
;. r i'.r1 hNi Mrs. Ennis her ,husbandhas
? / s t 21, both of Lawtey, were accepted a public .
1 arrested July 16 for grand larceny defender. The couple has ..
of a tool box and assorted three children. .
4i ) I '' r tools valued at more than $100 John McLaughlin and FOR EXPERIENCE
1' 4 /tni from a residents on SR-231A in Frank Pittro will be tried for

Union County. Public defen- assault on fellow inmate
ders have been appointed for George Brown June 29 at Lake i
both men and trial will be pre- Butler Reception and Medical
J sided by Union Circuit Court Center They are charged with Keep. .M. M.

r A I Judge. John A.H. Murphree. assault to commit first-degree
Johnnie Wayne Ennis, 22, murder and possession of a
and Ann Snowden Ennis, '19, deadly weapon by a state pri
4 will also be tried Dec: 16.for soner. JORDANYOUR
yl V
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Chiles Endorses U. S.


A. Misses' Standards For Imported MeatSen. Ii i

MARSHAL
QUllTED'ROBES <
Lawton Chiles (D-Fla.) The latest available figureson
Polyester and nylon quilted robe in assorted 1144EACH on Oct. 30 endorsed legislationto Florida meat and dairy

colors for comfortable wear and easy care! In require imported meat and production show that Florida J CITY OF LAWTEY1 -
dairy products to meet the meat producers marketedmore
SIZeS 1018. No 8221-8224 ONLY
,same standards as those produced than$249 million in meatin f
Years As Your
domestically."This 1973., o 1 /
Misses' Brushed Nylon C..MI....' Arnel. legislation would alsorequire Dairy sales for the same 'XO72 City Marshal

SLEEP SHIRT ROBES that' imported meat year amounted to more than
,and dairy products be markedas $172 million.
Acetate/nylon blend. Arnel Fleece long. 0 being imported and would Chiles said the 1 legislation he 2

,Prison-$tripe withdjswQO sleeve, full-Iength require the exporting country is co-sponsoring (it, was Initiated Years On Starke Police Force
,
number. Sizes PSMp.liOOiL robe in ass't styles & <$1488 or company to pay the cost of by Sen. Bob Packwood,
RedWhiteEACH; colors. Sizes 1018. labelling it that way," Chiles R-Ore.), would insure that the
; .
,explained. consumer can choose between
navy/white., NO Beat, imported and domestic products phlet: Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department Since First Organized.
and guarantee that each
Richardson Promoted
item be it imported or

a Schofield While Barracks In Hawaii, Hawaii domestic meetr. the same Only Candidate Certified By Fla. Police Standard. Council
standard. -
Oct. 31 Jeffrey A. Richardson ,
!JrG&d son of Mr. and Mrs..' The legislation, the Dairy I

: James ford, was T.promoted Richardson October, Rai 22 and Identification Meat Import Act Inspectionand of 1975, ;I Family.Man,. Wile and Five Children, ages 11, 13', 14, 15, 17i '

to first class was referred to the Senate Queen;
while Army assigned private.as a heavy Agriculture Committee i Oldest daughter Debra, Currently Strawberry .o

mortars gunner in Combat'''

i Company, 1st Battalion Best For The Job
,35th Infantry of the 25th Return The Man Qualified

4fafliUyceflters 'Infantry Divlsior's 2nd Bri-

Schofield Barracks, MOST .CONCERNEDM.M.JORDQN
Hawaii. I VOTE FOR. THE MAN .

The 20-year-old soldIer' 1
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entered the Army in August

J V. mmiJ(!) IIJW,(!) _CJrnjJWl : \ training 1974 The and private at completed Ft. is Knox a 1973, Ky.basic graduate I 'X'' "



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l"uJCC" N TELEGRAPH November 27. 1975
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I ----------. Legalss ------------------ St. Mark's Community News
Legal -------- --- episcopal

ELIZABETH GIVENS' WALKER

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ADVERTISEMENT- CALL FOR BIDS Church .
REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- I INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received by r NAACP MAKES PLANSFOinilANKSGIVING
FICTITIOUS NAME IN AND FOR BRADFORD CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Sealed bids will be received by the City Commission of the City Church nttf Rut pak.oe 'Str..l.

Pursuant to Section 86509 COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.: The Board of County Commissioners of Starke, at the City Hall inStarke 'THE REVUOHN FLYNN The NAACP will hold a

Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Bradford County Florida until 7:00: : Thanksgiving Service at 11
by given that the undersignedLarry CASE NO.75-326 CASE NO.75-332 Florida at the office of Moore, O'clock P.M. on Tuesday t ({ : Thursday 'Nov. 27: a.m. Thursday, Nov. 27,, at
T. Henry, Rt 1, Box 248, May and Harrington, Architects, December 2, 1975.at which time .. l THANKSGIVING DAY. 10 Philadelphia Baptist Church,
Brooker, Fla. 32622, and Otis HAROLD V. SMITH and MARY DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER Inc. up to 10 a.m. E.S.T. on and place all bids received will be a.m., Holy Eucharist. Lawtey, will Willie G.
Crabtree, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 320-A, JEANNE SMITH his wife, REHABILITATION of the Stateof December 1, 1975 at which time publicly opened and read aloudon CQ"pcJ2 Sunday,. Nov. 30: 8:30: a.m., Mayberry as speaker, 'A
Starke, Fla., 32091 doing Plaintiffs Florida, an Agency and public and place all bids received will be the following items.' Holy Eucharist: 9:45: a.m, special musical program will
business under the firm name of vs. body corporate of the State of publicly opened and read aloud 1976 Police Car must be a four Church School; 11. a.m., be held at 3 p.m. All membersand
"CRABTREE BUILDERS," LLOYD E. LOWERY and Florida, acting on behalf of the for furnishing of all materials and door sedan with the full police Sunday I Sunday School, Morning" Prayer; 2:30: Party.; interested citizens are

Route 3, Box 320-A, Starke, ELIZABETH LOWERY wife, Trustees of the Internal Im- labor and constructing: package and must meet the" 9:45 11: a.m a.m..' Chl.rchTralnlng: Morning Worship, 6:15: Jr.-Sr Monday, "EYC, Dec.Skating. 1: 2:30: P.m, invited to attend.
.
Florida, 32091, intends to Defendants. provement Trust Fund, Peti- BRADFORD COUNTY WASTE following specifications: Girl Scout Troop No 614.
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: CHAPTEK OES
111 t DELL The
,
1 1. Wheel Base Minimum .
said fictitious name CONTROLPRWECT Dec. 2: 7:30: p.m,
register tioners, Youth r and II Fellow- Tuesday,
under the provisions of aforesaid NOTICE OF SUITTOeUIETTITLE vs.PENTECOSTAL AT LAWTEY, FLORIDAFor inches; Maximum 119 Inches:. ship p.m.;at Pastor's House; 8:30: Vestry Meeting.Wednesday next regular meeting of Dell
2:30'' Chapter 168 OES will be held
statute. EPISCOPAL 2. Engine Size Minimum 350 Dec. 3;: :

Larry T, Henry and Otis CHURCH OF GOD, Defendant. The Board of CountyCommissioners VB: Maximum 360 VS CID. p.m.Monday : ,Deacon Meeting, 6p.m. p.m., Brownie Troop No. 311. December 11 Instead of
IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF 3. Special Handling Packagewith Thanksgiving Day ,
Crabtree, Jr., co-owners. ., Deacon Staff and The Masonic Is
r this 10th' of FLORIDA Bradford Power Steering. Wives Weiner Roast at Bill Family
Dated day : DECLARATION OF TAKING County, ,
asked 'to meet for
November, A.D. 1975, at To: LLOYD E. LOWERY and AND NOTICE OF Florida 4. Heavy Duty Suspension Haas 6:30 p.m.; Girls Ensemb'le SMYRNA BAPTIST CHURCH Thanksgiving Service a
Starke Florida. ELIZABETH LOWERY, if alive HEARING Any bid received after speci- System. ,' 6:45 p.m.; Youth SETS REVIVAL, Nov. Time on
30.
11/134tp 12/4 or if dead, to his or her unknown Petitioner, Department of fied time and date will not be 5. High Capacity Alternator. Choir, 7pmTuesday Nov. 30- Dl'C Missionary! 7 Sunday place will, be announced and on
heirs, devisees, legatees or Offender Rehabilitation having considered. System. : WMU Christmas The Symrna
.-------------. grantees, and all other personsor instituted these proceedings by Each bid must be accompanied 6. High Capacity Cooling Luncheon, 12 noon; Junior Baptist Church has scheduled WPXE..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF claiming by, through, certified check System. Choir 3:30: p.m.Weonesday a revival meeting for the weekof
parties the filing of a Petition in Eminent by Dec.,7. CHURCH !NEWS:
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- under or against them; and all Domain for the purpose of cashier's check or bid bond in 7. Power Disc FrontRearDrum : Family Night Nov. 30 through Ebenezer and New Bethel
will be services
-
6:15 There regular
CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND parties or persons having or acquiring and condemning the amount of at least 5% of base Brakes. Supper, : p.m.; Sunday Baptist Churches under the
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. claiming any right, title or inter- property described in the I bid, as guarantee that bidder, if 8. Heavy Duty Battery ((80 to ..School Workers Meetings.WorldFriends for Sunday Nov. 30. pastorate of HOY Leroy
est in and to the following Petition, states in1\ accordancewith awarded contract will, withinten 100 AMP). RA's, GA's, Acteens, Services each night Monday' Davis will take part in 1 theMinisters '
9. Heater and Air Condi- 6:45: p.m. ; "Hour of through Saturday will be at and Demons I'mon" !
CASE NO.75-332 described property, situated in It' consecutive calendar
574! ,011" Florida Statutes days "
Bradford Florida tioner. Power, 7:30: p.m.; Trustee 7:30: p.m. Friday night, Dec. 5 of Mt. Sinai Association, Nov.
County '
: after written notice
has the take being givenof
right to possession' 10. Push Button AM Radio. Meeting, 8:15: p.m.; Adult the Gospel Commuters 27-29, at Anioch I'.aplisl:
.
Northeast
the
DEPARTMENT OF OFFENDER Commence at such award into written
and title in advance of final enter
11., Certified Calibrated Speedometer Choir, 8:15: p.m. singing group from Crescent Church Rev. Dennis Strong
REHABILITATION of the Stateof corner of Northwest with The Board of
quarter contract
judgment and in accordancewith The
Visitation 9:30 invited
Thursday: : City will be present. SundayDec. pastor. public in to
Florida, an Agency and public (NWVi) of Southwest quarter County Commissioners Brad-
74031, Florida Statutes, 12. Steel Belted Radial'Tires a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. 7 the regular morning attend.
body corporate of the State of (SWVi) of Section 3, Township declares that the property ford County, Rorida in accord (Black Wall). Saturday: Bus Ministry service will be followed by

Florida, acting on behalf of the 6 South, Range 22 East, for a described in the Petition is taken with accepted bid, and give con- 13. Heavy Duty Front Seat Visitation, 8 a.m.; Youth Visi- dinner served at 1 p.m. and Ml. Moriah and Pleasant
Trustees of the Internal Improvement point of beginning, and run for the use set forth in the Peti- tract performance and payment Vinyl Interior. tation, 1-30: p.m,; Adult V afterwards. GI'OUniled Methodist
Trust Fund, Peti- thence South 0 degrees 44 min- tion. bond, with bonding company Social at Harry Hatcher's singing
Please make two ((2)) bids; one The. pastor, Bro. Franky Chin" Parish Rev. Willie
tioners, utes and 20 seconds East along Petitioner has made a good meeting requirements set forthin with trade-in of 1974 Ford home, 7 p.m. Smith will conduct the service Sf'ill, pastor Pleasant Grove

vsPENTECOSTAL the Easterly boundary thereof a faith estimate of value, based these specifications to said Galaxy with air, and the other -------------- The public is invited to set"vices begin with Tiny Tot
EPISCOPAL distance of 660 feet, to an Iron upon a valid appraisal, as owner, in amount equal to bid with no trade-in. attend these services. rehearsal 6 p.m. Tuesday,
CHURCH OF GOD, Defendant. stake on the Southeast corner of follows: $500.IN 100(, of contract price. THE SAID CITY COUNCIL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF followed by Junior Choir

North half of Northwest quarter THE NAME OF THE No bidder may withdraw his RESERVES THE RIGHT TO BRADFORD COUNTY, House Set reheaisal! a(7:30.: Wednesday
SUMMONS TO SHOW (NW54)) of Southwest quarter STATE OF FLORIDATO bid for period of 30 days after ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR FLORIDA Open ni hl. Prayer Meeting!(
CAUSE AND NOTICE (SW%), run thence North 89 ALL IT MAY CONCERN: date set for opening thereof ALL BIDS. Thursday night Bible Sliulv.. K\
EMINENT DOMAINPROCEEDINGS degrees 8 minutes and 20 AND TO: All work shall be done in Case No. 75-345-CP To Meet TheMormons p.m.

seconds West along the ((1)) The following persons and accord with plans, specificationsand CITY COMMISSION OF THE File No. 1-3372 Ml Monah and Pleasant
Southern boundary of said parties who are residents of the contract documents relative CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy IN RE: Estate of WILLIE ELLA (;Siose \\ ill hold services'

IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF North half a distance of 462 feet State of Florida, whose names thereto as prepared by Moore, : Merrill Edwards MULBERRY, a/k/a FLORA Have y'ou'ever' wondered together! next Sunday starting!(
FLORIDATO to a stake; run thence North 0 and places of residence are set May and Harrington, Architects, City Clerk MULBERRY, Deceased what the Mormons believed? with Church School! at 1(1( a.m.
ALL IT MAY CONCERN: degrees 44 minutes and 20 forth as far as ascertainable by Palatka, Florida. Plans specifications 1tchg 11/27 The Church of Jesus Christ of The Youth will be in charge of

seconds West and parallel to the diligent search: and contract documentsmay -------------- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Latter Day Saints is providingyou Morning Worship services at
AND TO: Easterly boundary of said North The Pentecostal Episcopal be examined at office of creditors of the estate of an opportunity to find out. 11 a.m.

((1)) The following persons and half a distance of 420 feet to a Church of God, Lawtey, Florida. The Bradford County Courthouse NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WILLIE ELLA MULBERRY, On. Dec. 5 an open house will
parties who are residents of the point; run thence South 89 ((2)) The unknown assigns, Clerk's Office or at officeof REGISTER a/k/a FLORA MULBERRY, deceased be held at the chapel on
State of Florida, whose names degrees 8 minutes 20 seconds successors in interest, trusteesor architect at 108 N. Palm FICTITIOUS NAME are hereby notified and Bessent Road in Starke, including Greater "I'thll'II'm I
and places of residence are set East a distance of 160 feet to any other parties claiming by, Avenue Palatka, Florida 32077 Pursuant to Section 86509- required to file any claims or $ supper Freewill Baptist! (t'limtli' Kev.
forth as far as ascertainable by a point; run thence North 0 through or against the above- Two sets of plans and con- Florida Statutes, notice is here demands which they may have Services begin at 7 p.m. and Jasper Williams pastor Tiny
diligent search: degrees 44 minutes and 20 named organization, whether tract documents and forma for by given that the undersignedDoris against said estate in the officeof the public in invited. Tot rehearsal Monday night:
The Pentecostal Episcopal seconds West a distance of 240 existing or dissolved. bidding may be secured by gem G. Hoffman, Rt. 1, Box the Clerk of Circuit Court for Any information you desire Prayer, Meeting Tuesday

Church of God, Lawtey, Florida. feet to the Northerly boundaryof ((3)) And against all persons oral) contractors only, from officeof 194-W Melrose, Gay County, Bradford County; Rorida, in the will be available. This is an night. Senior Choir rehearsal
((2)) The unknown assigns said NW% of SWVi; run and parties claiming or having architect by depositing Rorida, 32666, doing business courthouse at Starke, Florida, opportunity to meet the Wednesday night Thursday is
successors in interest, trusteesor thence South 89 degrees 8 min- and interest or claim as owners, therewith 2500. Deposit from under the firm name of "DORIS within four calendar months Mormons and learn more Thanksgiving. Friday. .night
any other parties claiming by, utes 20 seconds East a distanceof mortgagees, judgment creditorsor general contractors will be BEAUTY SALON" At. 21, Mel- from the date of the first publi-' about them. For further In- Junior Choir Uelu-aisal.!

through or against the above- 302 feet to point of beginning, lienholders of, upon or refunded upon submission of rose (Bradford) County, Florida, cation of this notice. Each claimor formation, contact the L.D.S. Sunday is Educational Day at,
named organization whether except any portion thereof lying against the parcel of land bona fide bid and return of said 32666, intends to register said demand must be in writingand Missionaries at 964-8320 or starting with Church School
existing or dissolved. within the right-of-way of any described in the Petition in Brad- plans and contract documents, fictitious name under the must state the place of resi- Allen Townsend at 964-7174., 9:30.: Morning Worship at l 14.(
Service 6 .
(131) And against all persons graded road ford County, Florida in good condition, within ten provisions of aforesaid statute. dence and postoffice address of <*4&l&m4>**6 Evening p in
and parties claiming or havingand YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat YOU ARE NOTIFIED that days after date set for openingof Doris G. Hoffman, sole the claimant and must be sworn CARD OF THANKS
interest or claim as owners an action quiet title to the Petitioner will apply to the Court bids. If general contractors owner. to by the claimant, his agent, or t ''The family of the late Mr. Greater Allen Chapel AMK
mortgagees, judgment creditorsor above described land has been for an Order of Taking on desire more than two sets of Dated this 10th 24th day of his attorney or it will become J t Christopher D. Holmes wish to Chinch, Rev. RG 1 leastic

lienholders of, upon or filed against you and you are December 15, 1975 at 9:30: a.m. plans and specifications, these November, A.D. 1975at Starke, void according to law. thank each and everyone for < pastor. Church School 9:45.: A
against the parcel of land required to serve a copy of your before the Honorable John may be obtained by paying cost Rorida. November 19, 1975. their act of kindness during their Missionary Service will be

described in the Petition in Bradford written defenses, if any to it, on Crews, Judge of the Circuit of duplication, which will not be 11/26 4tp 12/18 hours of sorrow. It is comfortingto held at 11 am. terminating
County, Florida. the Plaintfiff's attorney, whose Court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- refundable. JOHNNYGILLYARDAdministrator know that friends like you services for the day..
2
The Florida Department of name and address is Dudley P. cuit Court of Florida, in his officeat Subcontractors and material ------------ of the Estate of cared. May God Bless each of Stewardess Board No will
Offender Rehabilitation has filed Hardy P.O.' Drawer FOR SALE Typewriter Willie Ella Mulberry a/k/a and remember us in hold its anniversary service
10JO the Bradford County Court- suppliers may purchase draw- : and I you_ your
a: Petition'' In Eminent Domain,' Starke, Florida, 32091, and file house, Starke, Florida at which ings and specifications from' Adding Machine ribbons at The Rora Mulberry, deceased prayers. Friday night at 7.W.-Ihe::
ft proceedings seeking 11/27 2tchg,12/4 i I '" w "'-Mr:end'Mrs. Eddie Holmes, public to invited. 1' """"-,',,,
against you the original with the Clerk of the time and place all parties may architect by paying cost of Office Shop. .. --
to condemn for public purposesthe above.styled court on or before appear before the Court and be duplication and handling at rate 4 4t. Jr. and Daughter;

fee simple title to the parcel December 5, 1975; otherwise a heard on all matters properly of $1.00 per sheet for drawingsand __ .- .- -- ..
described below located in Judgment may be entered before the Court that must be $ .15 per page for specifications i

Bradford County, Florida: against you for the relief determined before the entry of ,--
Commence at the NE Corner demanded in the Complaint. an Order of Taking, including Bidders' qualifications must
of NE/ of NW/ of SE'. for a This Notice shall be publishedonce jurisdiction of the Court, the sufficiency be satisfactory to The Bradford FINE WOOD FURNITURE

Place of Beginning; Run Thence each week for four conse- of the pleadings, whe- County Board of Commie
West 75 feet Thence run cutive weeks in the Bradford ther Petitioner is properly exer- sioners, Bradford County Florida

Southerly 136 feet thence run County Telegraph. cising its delegated authorityand Owner reserves right to '
Easterly 75 feet. Thence run WITNESS my hand and the the amount to be deposited. waive infoimalities in any bid \ \

North 136 feet to the point of seal of said Court on October 30, The Court will make and enter and to accept any bid they con- =--
beginning lying and being in NE 1975. such order as it deems proper sider to be from lowest responsible -

Corner of NEVi of NWVi of and if the Court finds that Petitioner bidder and to reject any and "9
SEY. Section 26, Township 5 Gilbert S. Brown is entitled to possession of all bids. a

South, Range 22 East, Contain- Clerk of said Court the property in advance of final

ing approximately 1/2 Acres By: Virginia F. Darby judgment, the Court will fix the THE BRADFORD COUNTY
more or less. Deputy Clerk time within which and the terms BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
You and each of you are com- 11/6 4tchg 11/26 upon which you will be requiredto MISSIONERS, BRADFORD
manded to file written defensesto surrender possession to Peti COUNTY, FLORIDABy
the Petition in the office of the tioner. : D.L. "Dave" Shuford,
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Clerk of the Circuit Court In and WITNESS MY HAND as Clerkof Chairman 4L

for Bradford County, Florida in the Circuit Court in and for 11/133tchQ 11/26 W

the City of Starke Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bradford County, Rorida, and ------------ i J
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County, Florida, on or before the FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
the seal of the Court, on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
8th day of December. 1975, and CIRCUIT IN AND FOR November 6, 1975 at Starke, FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL .
to serve your written defenses BRADFORD COUNTY.IN Florida. .f
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- '
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upon the Attorney for the FORD COUNTY. M600L a J--
Department of Offender Rehabilitation PROBATE Gilbert S. Brown Modular

on or before that CASE NO. CP 75329In Clerk of the above-styled Court 'IN PROBATE $Ox30x29"H: Desk'.

date, which defenses shall show By Beulah M Moody CASE NO.75311CP(12357In ( )
what right, title or interest you, re: The Estate of J.Q. Deputy ClerkRAYMOND 42x20x27"H'ReturnModular
or of have claim In ROSIER deceased.
any you, or
re: The Estate of ILA I LEE
and to any of the above-de- W. GEAREY
ELLIS, deceased.
.
scribed parcel and show cause NOTICE OF Attorney

why it should not be taken for ADMINISTRATIONTO Department of Offender Re- NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
the uses and purposes set forthin ALL PERSONS INTER- habilitation

the Petition, or default may be ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF J.Q. 1311 Winewood Boulevard TO ALL PERSONS INTER- Secretary Desk

entered against you. ROSIER, deceased Tallahassee, Florida 32301 ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ILA
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk You will please take notice 12/4 \
11/134tchg LEE ELLIS, deceased.
of the Circuit Court in and for that Florida
to
pursuant .
-- You will please take notice Desk 42x20x27 Return
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Bradford County, Florida, and Statutes, Section 733.212, the .
that pursuant to Florida Sta- .
the seal of the Court, on Nov- undersigned CLIFTON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
tutes, Section 733.212, the undersigned -
ember 3, at Starke Florida. ROSIER, as Executor of the BRADFORD COUNTY, FLO- VERELDA MYERS *490
Estate of J.Q. ROSIER RIDA.
as Executrix of the Estate of I ILA
Gilbert S. Brown deceased, has admitted to pro- LEE ELLIS, deceased has
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Clerk of the above-styled Court bate the Last Will and Testa- NO: 75-269-CP actmned to probate the Last Win L ; -

tj By: Beulah M Moody ment of J.Q. ROSIER ((1-2346)) and Testament of ILA LEE -1'. ... : _
Deputy ClerkRAYMOND deceased, and said matter has ELLIS deceased, and said ...... ,- .- 30x60 Heavy Dutyff
been assigned File No. CP 75- IN RE: ESTATE OF A.J. matter has been assigned File c. w
W. GEAREY 329 by the Clerk of the Circuit THOMAS, Deceased. No. 75-311-CP ((1-2357)) by the : -

Attorney Court In Bradford County, Clerk of the Circuit Court in _, ---
Department of Offender' Re- Florida. The address of the exe- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Bradford County, Florida The EXECUTIVE DESK

habilitation cutor is Route 1, Lawtey Rorida creditors of A.J. THO- address of the Executrix I is Box
1311 Winewood Boulevard 32058, and the name and ad- vtAS, who died on September 64, Rochelle, Texas 76872, and
Tallahassee, Florida 32301 dress of the Executor's attorneyis 16, 1975, while a resident of the name and address of the Walnut Grown Exteriora2900o

11/134tchg 12/4 GEORGE H. PIERCE, P.O. Bradford County, Florida, are Executrix's attorney is DUDLEY
------------- Drawer 1030, Starke, Rorida notified that they are required to P. HARDY, P.O. Drawer 1030.:
32091. The date of the first publication file any claims or demands that Starke Florida 32091. The date
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTIONOF of this Notice of Ad- they may have against his Estatein of the first publication of this
PARTNERSHIPNotice ministration Is November 13, the Circuit Court for Bradford Notice of Administration Is

is hereby given that on 1975, and the last date when County, Rorida, in the Cour- November 6, 1975, and the last mi
the 13th day of November, 1975, claims or objections may be presented thouse at Starke Florida, within date when claims or objectionsmay F660
the partnership composed of is March 13, 1976. four calendar months from the be presented is March 6, deskoOx30x29"H -
Executive
CHARLES A. GREEN and AH interested persons having date of the first publication of 1976. 24x55METAL
LEATON MATHEWS doing claims or objections against the this Notice. Each claim or Alt interested persons having
business under the name of M & Estate of J.Q. ROSIER, demand must be in writing and claims or objections) against the
G TEXACO STATION AND file filed in Estate of ILA LEE ELLIS,
deceased, must with the duplicate, and must state DESK
GARAGE was dissolved Court within four ((4)) months of the place of residence and post deceased, must file with the
CHARLES A. GREEN has with- the first publication of the Noticeof office address of the claimantand Court within four ((4)) months of Also ',\
sawn the first publication of the Noticeof 'lint* Perfect A Home Office
from said business and Administration the following: be sworn to by the claimant For
wll not be liable on any obligations (al) All claims against the his agent or his attorney, or It Administration the following: ,
created in the future by estate.b will become void according to (a) All claims against the Matching Stand & Executive Chairs s
LEATON MATHEWS of Starke, ( ) Any objection by an Inter- estate.b j 11] 500The
Bradford County, Florida. ested person that challenges the law.Dated: September 19, 1975. ( ) Any objection by en Interested -
validity of the Will qualificationsof person that challenge the
/Charles A. Green the personal representative, /s/ Eva Mae Thomas validity of the Will, qualificationsof
11/20 3tchg 12/4 the personal' representative
venue or jurisdiction of the Executrix,
-------------- Court or any other challenge to Estate of A.J. Thomas, venue or jurisdiction of the Dffic.Shap
the legality of the proceeding. Deceased Court or any other challenge to
Dated this 28th day of Oc- 11/64tchg 11/26 the legality of the proceeding.
FOR SALE: Electric: Pencil tober, 1975. Dated this 17th day of October
hrp --------------
'c stock ners. 3 different styles In CUFTON ROSIER 1975.< ,110 W. Call. Starke 964-5764
a heady few home FOR SALE
ew : Unpublished Tele-
<.*fifrr<,**. For sate at The Office J Executor.a ROSIER of me, deceased.Estate of graph pictures. 60 cents each. VERELD4 MYERS Dealers For Fine Jasper Furniture' .
Executrix of the Estate of
11/13 *chg 12/4 Come see what you can find. .
ILA LEE ELLIS dKMMd.
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PERSONALSERVICE t FOR RENT ) GALE 1 Reg.BYRON Ren' Estate E. DUCE Broker


r. nr 393.N. Temple Ave.

''SEWING MACHINES: All FOR RENT trailer.: 2 AC bedroom and electric furnished FOR SALE: Storm screen- Real Facts J trwilie ai' 160 A Farm/with 3,300 sq. ft.

makes cleaned, oiled & adJusted included. Also housekeeping door white aluminum frame; brick home. Ask about the easy
only $4.60. One sliding storm glass stationaryscreen
day on Real financing.
room. Located Highway 301
service. Bring to ACME practically new. Std. Fa RI JATY
Bradford's Jackie North of Starke. - -
Man Inquire
receives the size $35. 200 E.xAdkinsStreet
American ,
Farmer HARDWARE 301 E. Call St.,. EstateCecelia
.
14'A. with 3 BR House.
Degree from Alpha Trlveite Underwood\ Motel. Itp 11113'FOR
national FFA president. Ph. 964-6163. 11/26 4tchg ... tfp 21800.
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12/18 ----
SIMULATED'"brier By - -
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Local RENT: Furnished apart- stucco. Harold Starling 782- 3 BR Home, Comer Lot
Future VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS,
Farmers ments, One and two bedrooms 3896. 11/202tp 11/26 .- -
all makes, bring to ACME
HARDWARE, 301 E. Call 9648071. 1tp 11/20 -------+---_ TerwillegarYoung 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a
Receive ------------ FOR SALE: Magnifying glasses business on State Highway.
National Honors Street. Ph. 964-6163. 11/26 couple.with growing families are usually ....
of all sizes with handles. At The -
4tchg 12/18 FOR RENT: Nicely furnished looking for a large house to accommodate their needs.

Jackie Marr of Starke Rockefeller and speeches by --- apartment. No children. Office Shop. However, when the family is grown a large house is If you own property outside of
received the American former Texas governor and HOME EMODEUNG"AND"REPAIR Lights & water furnished. often |lust too much for an older couple. county & want to sell, See Us.Vernit .

Farmer degree and the Brad former secretary of the Navy : Master, electrician Phone 964-5033. 1tp 11/26 This Is the time when many couples decide to sell and / Odom,.Assoc.
ford FFA Chapter receivedthe John Conally, and former plumber & carpenter. Reasonable -------_---- AUTOMOBILESUSED move Into a smaller house requiring less time and

National Bronze Chapter Georgia governor and now rates. 9648087. energy to maintain. This is fast becoming a trend 964-5476 964-7700
3 trailer In
emblem as one of the outstanding presidential candidate Jimmy 11/264tchg 12/18 .... FOR RENT: Extra bedroom today In our society, and is a benefit to young married
--------- -- country. clean lights ,
FFA chapters in the Carter. Keystone address at and water furnished. $125.00a couples. These suitable, older residences are usually
United States last week at the the convention was deliveredby SEWING MACHINES repaired, FOR SALE available at much value for money expended.
month. Pasture for 1967 Ford
cows or : Van
National FFA Convention in Johnny Bench, all-star all makes cleaned oiled and horse. 468-1986 4681603.1tp good shape, reliable Young, or old, we would like to fill your needs. We 10 ACRES
Kansas City, Missouri. catcher of the CincinnatiReds adjusted, $7. Work guar 11/27 or tation. See at 504 E.transpor-Adkins have a selection of homes to show, large and small.
Andy Baldree and Paul the world champion anteed. James Strickland St., Starke. 1tp 11/27 10 Minutes( From
Hutchlns, FFA advisor, won a baseball team. comer Morgan Road & Hwy ------------ -....---------- For help with your future, see us today. We specialize Keystone Heights
three-day tour from the Marr, who had graduatedand 16. tfchgPOSITION FOR RENT: Newly painted, in service.
is currently operating nicely furnished, 1 bedroomapt. FOR SALE: 1973 Buick Regal.
Family Lines SCL Railroad.. ------------
They traveled to Dowling's Fruit and Vege- Screen porch, private Completely loaded including $1,750 Per Acre
Birmingham table Stand on South Temple DESIRED: Young entrance. Prefer gentleman or stereo tape deck. Beautifulcar. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Alabama then flew from Avenue, earned the American woman, 38 will live in and care adult lady. No children or 1000.00 cash or car of Thirty beautiful acres on Rd. 18 which could be used as *159 Per Mo.

there to the convention in Farmer Degree on the basis of for elderly. 468-1316. tfchg. pets. 570 W. Call St. 964- equal value for my equity. a home site or developed. Access to Hampton Lake Is
Kansas City.Jackie Marr and work experience program, ------------ 5884. Itchg 11/26 Payments $110.00 a month. |lust across the road. NO LOW LAND
Donald Hamilton flew to the supervised 11/27 ---
farming program, ANONYMOUS 1tp --
ALCOHOLICS ------------
convention. Mr. and Mrs. C.A. and through leadership activi- 114 Christian : .------------ Office building 341 N. Temple Ave. Apartment in WEST CENTRAL
Baldree with Street, Starke, SHARE DUPLEX: Private room,
FFA'ers
Sonya ties. The American Farmer Ra. Thursdays and Sundays kitchen privileges, single bed, rear to live in or rent for income. Price low twenties. REALTY INC.Registered .
Tenly, Tressie Baldree and Broker
is to FOR SALE: 1972 GT Vega,
Degree presented approximately 8 -----
p.m Call 9644-6709 964- woman $15 week, double
Zed Hamilton, also attendedthe per 3,700 miles. Must sell $1375 1-378-2:108: Anytime
one member in 700 of 6434 or We have the Dalewood Subdivision to develop good
or.473-2108. 9/25 14tp bed, couple$25 per week.404
national convention. the 485,793 total FFA membership 12/24 best offer. See at Andrews building lots at reasonable prices. See Bob Milner Evenings Call:
N. Starke. 11/26
Highlights of the convention to members who Cherry 1tp Court,. Main Street Lake today! Art Patray
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according to Advisor have demonstrated excep- Butler. 1tp 11/26 ----- 471-20:19: :
Hutchins, included an addressby tional agricultural and leader- TV REPAIRS & SERVICE: Also ------------
Attractive CB 3 BR 2 B home with central heat & air on
Vice-President Nelson,, used TV for sale $29.96 and NEED TO MAKE SOME
,ship ability. well lot 100' 150'. Moments
FOR SALE: 1970 VW Fastback a landscaped corner x
up. Used furniture and ap- r FOR SALE J Cobalt blue, Vinyl interior, away from schools and shopping.! $3,500 will get. you LABELS Buy a Bymo Label

I Holidays i Set At UC SchoolsLAKE pliances.room fixtures.Plumbing Wood and stoves bath- automatic transmission, fuel into this home. Shop.maker from us at The Office
injection recently rebuilt -----
kerosene, gas and electric engine good condition. 964- Use your Imagination excellent commercial propertyon
BUTLER The holiday for New Years. heaters:THE BARGAIN CENTER FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose handgun :t 6693 or 964-6991. 11/20 2tp 301 in the heart of Lawtey. Low down payment BRASINGTON

season is upon us, and so 301 South. tfchg.BILL'S $56.22 hand guns $24.95 11/28. owner financed. lIac-Oldsmobile
are the school ------------ from
vacations. 25 automatic guns ------------ ----- Sales & Service

In Union County, teachers COWBOY BOOTSFor $49.95. Dahmers Discount. FOR SALE: 17 ft. camper gas Serene privacy Unique, country home with CHAA, 40 Fine Selection/ Of Used.
and students have off Nov. BABIES-GIRLS- SAW SHOP Complete tfchg. electric lights ice box, sleeps acres fenced ft cross fenced with 2 car garage, 2 ponds, Cars Taken On
27 and 28, Thursday and sharpening service, circular, ------------ four. Travels well, best offer. 2 wells, 24' x 60' barn. Animals ft equipment nego- Cadillac Trades
Friday, to celebrate Thanks-. BOYS-WOMEN-MEN hand carbide, chain, mower FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 496-3755. 11/203tp 12/4 tiable. Owner financed. 2001 N.W.13 378.5301GAINESVILLE

giving. Classes resume that BELTSin blade hollow ground and and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE ------------ _
Monday at the regular time balanced. Leave at Jackson HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W., If
until Dec. 22, when the Christ sizes 18 to 58 Building Supply, Starke or Starke, 9645606. tfchg. Cecelia.T. Terwillegar, Reg. Real Estate Broker/

mas vacation begins. WESTERN SHIRTS Keystone Heights. tfchg. ------------ Resident Phone 981-5115
Teachers and students off ------------ I t HELP WANTEDAVON 1 .Jimmy Moore's
are INDIAN MOCCASINSat FOR SALE! John Deere model H' Bob Milner, Associate, Resident Phone 9S1-6026
for a two-week period until 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes excellent condition. Sun Sports
Jan. 5, when classes begin and mobile homes. $180 tractor
.
again.Administrative. CARRADINE'SLawtey $800 or best offer. Ph. 964- 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida
installed, $140 uninstalled.
MORE BOAT FOR
8087. 11/6 4tp OFFICE PHONE V64-7776
offices have 11/26. Sell
Florida GATOR MOBILE HOME CALLING: To buy or YOUR
7823400Need ------------ MONEY TF
off Nov. 27 and 28 for Thanksgiving "
SERVICE CO. Ph. :372-9767, Avon: Call 755-2807 or write
Dec. 23,' 24r 25 and'88 -.."' ,. wN3 .M1.ak"wa'f, Gainesville.'tfchfl.1 : ;'Loma 'dyatt;:P.O. Box 220 .ION-t .. I'.I': .STARKE.n, ni964rS79,1,
(for Christmas and Jan. 1 and 2 FOR SALE: Fine quality beef f61 Florida. COMPLETE OUTBOARtflfi/(
-------- --- Lake City, tfchg. I
HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of your freezer. J.R. Wain- :... ; 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra STERN DRIVE SERVICE
wright, Ph. 964-7835 after 7pm I
arts and crafts. Also tfchg. [ Motorcycles large cor. lot in City. w/swim- AND REPAIR

guaranteed stereo repair. 155- mmg pool, central heat & air
------------ COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Cash A West Call, .Ph. 9647329. HOUSES FOR SALE conditioning._ ;
tfchg. TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a 'REPAIRCUSTOM
dozer work and STARKE: Your 176 Acres Brooker BUILT FIBER
------------ week, 'SUZUKI OF area, some
V Loans Up to '2500 AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: dragline/ work. Call 468-1873, authorized Suzuki Dealer. planted pines GLASS FISHING BOATS

Sales, service, installation, Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call - -
TownFinance stereos phono reel-reel, SMITH LANDFILL. tfchg: f-OR SALE: 12x64 Artcraft Street tfchg. 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace,

tapes Gametes, radios..Work ------------ mobile home partially fur- Central Meat & Air, 12 acres DavidsonMobile

guaranteed. 155-A West Call, FOR SALE: Diamond needlesfor nished or unfurnished. paved rd. Home ParkIn

9647329. trchg., any stereo over 247 Washer dryer air, concrete -.- -'

226 N. Temple 964-7449 ---. ----. -----, different ones, we have them steps 84,300.964-8341 or Mr. t WANTED 1WANTED 18-2 acres mobile home sites, City Limits
al. Dehmer's Discount. Mlton 9648673. lip 10/23 N.W. of Starke Terms.
WILL BABY SIT IN MY HOME, $30 Per Mo.
------------ ------------ - -
Income Tax
Preparation
all ages. Ph. 954-7469. 11/20 FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98 FOR SALE: By owner, 3 BR 2B, 3 BR Frame house 1 bath 10 Walk To New
Your Local Travel Agency 3tp114WANT7o"cHRKTMAS 9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also brick home double carport : Do you have any acres land on paved road. Sev-
-- 12x12 and 12x15 in stock. partially carpeted drapes. .3 unneeded clothing or house- eral out buildings. Shopping Center

Planned Tours Anywhere In The World. .. SHOPIN Hundreds to choose from at blocks from school. Ph. 473- hold articles Sonlight Missioncan City, Gas. Wale' ft Sewer
PEACE? Leave
your use them. Call 9648618.1tp .
Call For Information 4T children with us and relax. Dahmers-----DIscount.-,..--tfchg.--... 2039,after tfchg.5 p.m. and weekends 11/20 3 BR, 2 Bath, CB dwelling in On 301 South
+ Hour day or week. Evenings
------------ city.
homesite-i ------------
also arranged. PATS DAY FOR SALE: Acre with Jolu Motel
CARE. 964-6610.. 11/20 4tp well, pump, septic tank;pole, FOR SALE::' 3 bedroom trailer. George Roberts Jr.

12/11 1/4 mile south of Starke, Completely furnished extra MULTIPLE REG REAL ESTATE BROKER 964-8810
financed clean, 1973 model.$700.00 for -
------------ $1,000down,owner
Ph. 9646191. Itp 11/6 equity, take up 31 paymentsof LISTINGS .tf 964-7826
The Office REAMES HEATING SERVICEnow $78.55 month. 468-1985 or -0eI .,
------------ 1eeSS
is the time to have your 468-1603. Itp 11/27

heaters cleaned and checked FOR SALE: Masonry cement ------------ 4 BR, 2 bath, .54 acre. Will trade I w.IIOrilling\ I
c all gas and oil appliances. Ph. and yellow sand for lawn FOR SALE: Two bedroom CB $7,000 equity for land or some-

964-6361. Starke. 11/6 4tp grass, top soil red clay lime house. Fire place & family thing else of equal value. UNITED FARM AGENCY INC. 2" Thru 6" ,
11/26 rock. Delivered. Florahome room, 331 N. Myrtle Street.
Real Estate Broker
Reg.
Shop ------------ 669-2128. 11/13 4tp 12/4 Freeman Register III, 964- 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 206 S.Water St. Fast Rotary .
-------- 5888. tfchg
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WE BUY Pecans daily at the .... National Advertising Drilling Equipment ,
---- -------
Starke Farmers Market. J.R. FOR SALE: Ceramics dtoque, Handyman special $7,500 Paul FaulknerBrokerIrene
Wainwright & Sons. tfchg. greenware, used molds, FOR SALE: Farm, 10 acres, Faulkner-Assoc. State Licensed .

------------ supplies, antiques, furniture, house, barn, tractor and new 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 964-5065
Now Offer A Fast bottles, dishes & carnival equipment, live stock in-,
glass 756 E. Main Street, eluded. 35000. Ph. 964- 2BR, 1 acre $7,500 : I pump-I :

r Lake Butler Fla. 10/30 Stchg 8739.._11/133tp 11/27-- 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off I
Copy Service For t FOR RENT'FOR .1 12/18 --------- 3 Bedroom 2 bath Block Home., .
------------ I
I SR-100-3( ( BR $22,000 $25,000.00 New & Used
WATSON'SHOUSE - I I

OF VACUUMS 1 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Block Home, Sales- PansService !
8'2Xl18'2x14Or RENT: Furnished 2 bed- .redecorated, $31,000.00Consulting .
room duplex apt. on Kingsley Southgate. 3 BR $26,000 E-Z. Terms
Lake air condition private Many brands of new vacuums. /;:J'" cS J1'5an- I I :
.
Call 964-5391. Used machines available. :
dock. tfchg. :
Lawtey 3 BR brick '
$31,000
"
------------ Expert Repairs all makes."*: REAL I Plumbing .
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom trailer on Parts and Accessories for ad ESTATEa
Keystone 3 BR brick; $44,000
'-. .
Griffis Loop. 964-8263 or 964-'' vacuums. Built In central 'u.STARKE I
11x17 ,' 8960. Itchg 11/13 vacuum cleaning systems.712 New Installation
.Hampton-1 V4 acres $9,200 : ForesterForest I I
N. Main Gainesville 376-7110,
--------.---- Two very neat 2 BR frame

FOR RENT: 12' jfrie mobile tf houses with,ref. &-stoves .'Both Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 management timber I Remodeling ,

At A VeryEconomical Whit homes. Ph.outside 968$114 limits.. tfchg J.B. '.FOR SALE: Case pocket knives,, 1 (14,000 .11-, Lawtey 4.4 acres $9.500 sales, Inventories appraisals Repairs ,

'. ..a.TFOR -.---_-, now at Dahmers Discount. 2 BR 1 bathlrame with ref. & taxes. Tom Mastin, Florida

CHin's SubdMsion V tfchg. stove (7,800! 2 canal lots $3,300 Registered Forester, Gaines.
RENT: ... I
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1/2 acre'' lots, $25.00 per
'" 4 Evenings 3788966.tLECTROLVXJ..
Price .. month. Water ''B Sewage 3 BR .frame '. cent heat/air, canal lots $7,800
mIn FOR SALE:: Cast Iron wood
furnished. For Information' eel .heaters, 24 &28 Inch at [)eh.. fenced. cor..lot-'--19.400.-- 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe I. Pumps & Supply I II
Mark Olin, OIIr, Mobile'Homes : '
I $2,000/acre
River
Fact Our Prices Are /I..: ''. Salsa. ; Hwy. 100 W., V .f mars 12/31 Discount.: 10/2 14tchg 2 13,000 BR trams Terms.:< stove &. ref. I Company I I

+ Starke. 964-0606. tfchg. 54 acre MH, tel'TJ1l.$5,000! !!
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Much Lower In All Of Our p. ..SR-10&S (15,500 7 in I 864 N. Temple Ave. :
YARQ SALE: Dec. 1st, 4K 8.11ecrea -. acres town $18,000 .
." J: mites N. of Starke on 301. ...:_ rV.. .... Sales a Service SuppliesBOB Starke .

Supplies Than Our FOR KENT Nee clothes radio., jewelry LAWfEY' 10 acres, Theresa $12,500 MILNER 964-7604
3 ajr. Mobile Hoene-Furnished boxes, anything you need for 3 BR Alum siding;,' chain link '964-7061 TFdin's

I ,: Exoensnt. loeaMen Christmas. Two Shetland fence (10,000.0.;, :. ,'Lawtey i 10 acres $11,000 11/20 13to 2/12 "--------1

Competitor. mares, one) 7 years old smet
Cat Alter S:3Q: broke one 3 years old larger 2 BR.frame -,t8,<
.e..e"8. If green broke. tip 11/26 ,
... 2 BR frame.(3.360.term business with house
----- .on Subdivision
FOR SALE 1 set ET and 1 \or both for( ,125.temp 'JS-301 ..
mags.
,
If You Doubt It Call I! - ..;
FOR SALE: Picket Templates. set air shocks. Fits Vega or
-' ,, Lettering guides./ General'useUmplstsjs Pinto. eel 964-8969. .11/28 254 acre wooded Iota term 700 foot highway 301 frontage

Dectronlc. Qipee and 2tp 12/4 - US-301 21. acres, terms -
< Architectural.: All forage. at The --- -+-----, 12 acres, fenced. wad, pole & $36,000
98 -5114 FOR : : septic tank (10,000 terms
Office Shop. Phone 0648306. SALE::Jerwy milk cow :
ISO - We have all other type I
--". --- -- firm. Ph. 782-3378 or
782-3188. tip 11/26 See us for Nobel) Homes on your properties listed. Come in and '

NEED TO CLEAN YOUR ------------ lot. W. ta

: For A Comparison TYPEWRITER Come.by The .FOR SALE: Coca Cola vending' LAWTIY 'Fit.78238O6. Per Mo: Water,
machine holds 9 casesExceNsnt FRED SACKETT'REALTOR ViAorUttP.HIMI'26MCall
Office Shop and pick up some. F4Im1.hed
: Sewage
quid or sheet cleaner. for your condition. Seat over;' +Me ....- ww A (*.* rJ I. 205 N.Temple/ (US-301)) ,
typewriter. 820 Connie (Reno). Itp 11/26 I. 904/964-6522,468-1642 Mark Olin 984-6606 Hwy 16 Mercian Rd.. I"
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? % ALSO AVAILABLE ARE

CERTIFICATES FOR OUR FRESH
Angus( Rimes Del Smith .

F E FRUIT BASKETS: IN $3, *4, & >5 SIZES
LAKE BUTLER Two BEEF PEO? ;
current members of the Union
High School FFA chapter FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE YOUR STORE MGR.
Angus Rimes of Worthington 1
Springs and Delbert Smith of
Providence will become the
first from the Lake But- PRICES GOOD NOV. 28-DEC 3 ASTOR(Limit 1 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette)
to' the W-D BRAND 100 PURE
ler Chapter receive
American Farmer Degree, 1 l8
highest degree J presented by U.S. NO. 1 REGULAR COFFEE CAN 88cPOTATOES GROUND 'BEEF
the .national FF A organization. .

Rimes is the son of Mrs. 1 LILAC PAPER
Kathryn Rimes of Worthington -

Smith Springs is the son of Mr. and 1 TOWELS JUMBO ROLL 38 BEEF t
Mrs. Felton Smith of Providence OWN O
,
r .
The two were among 701 IB.
FKA members from all over ,
the United States to receive 1o33c I IN 5 OR 10 IB. HANOI PAKS
American Farmer degrees in .
a special ceremony during the ,
National FFA Convention in : : I W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONEINCHUCK '
Kansas City Missouri DEEPSOUTH
Thursday Nov. 13. ARROW ROAST
Only two percent of the : '
a
FFA members receivethe
486,000 -

each American year. Selection Farmer is Degree basedon DETERGENT Mayonnaise -v/:'

participation, activities ( .
and accomplishments over a Icf"MiiK 98C
49-oz BOX
period of time beginning as a I... 32-oi JAR
M
Greenhand in the ninth grade '
and ending with their establishment jiB.lI
in farming and-or
some type of agribusiness M w I W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

before Some their 15,000 21st FFA birthday.members '' : iCI / 1 CHUCKSTEAK. LB. 908 1
attended the National FFA [MAVONNAISt 1
Convention, the largest an- W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
nual youth convention in the HALF BONELESS FULL CUT
nation. Also in attendancewere OAL. Limit 1 with $750T Limit 1 with $7.50r
Michael Bielling and rn. re purcnvte .> purehexc ROUND STEAK
Allen Tuggle from the Lake excluding ludi ng
Butler Senior Chapter and cigarettes rettetARROW
Elizabeth Puffenbarger and
Robin Welch of the Lake 78
Butler Junior Chapter, along MORTON FROZENPECAN
with FFA Advisor Jim Brown.
Advisor"Jim Brown. PIE


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and Mrs. Stricklandwere
Mr ; 100
visitors at the Hampton . 2 CUPS
Christian Church last Sunday. 1-LB.
The congregation enjoyed ?!-.. f :iPKG.
several songs sung by the WESTERN RED DELICIOUS
Strick lands. SUPERSHAND
The Hampton Ladies Council APPLESl '
USDA CM. ',' W-D BRAND PORK (WATER ADDED)
of the Hampton Christian
Church will have their Christ- FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE DARLING
mas meeting December 3,all SMOKED PICNIC
p.m. at the home of Mrs. LARGEEGGS MacaroniMACARONI ,
Raleigh Brannon. Everyone is
to bring a gift for a gift ex
change. & CHEESE :
There will be a rummage $199TYSON r.
sale sponsored by the Hampton l 7'' 4-01. BOXES
Christian Church Ladies 99c
Council, on December 13, at '
the Hampton City Hall. They: ,

will late be evening.there from 9 a.m. until / I S ,1 t .. ? LB.

CHICKEN TURKEY FROZEN OR SALISBURYDINNERS l
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Friends and NeighborsA / -
family reunion was heldat
the home of Sonny Andrewsin W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Brooker. Those attendingwere
Mr, and Mrs. Marklee CUBED ,STEAK
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Wise Mr.Danny Norman and
Fredia Norman. .
Our very best wishes
Jody Wadsworth and tinny 8ge
Davis, both have come home
from the hospital. DIXIE DARLING Bob $199
Mr. and Mrs. William
Schaub of Crescent City were FAMILY BREAD 3 20 ai. $100
weekend visitors of Mr. and LVSlOoi
Mrs, Wilfrid Fontaine. They FOX DE LUXE
attended the Senior Citizens CHEESE, SAUSAGE, HAMBURGER CRACKIN' GOODTOASTER

meeting while here. PIZZA PASTRIES 2 1 OFUIIOUARTIFRES"PORK
The regular meeting of the BOXESSOUTH !!
Hampton Senior Citizens was
held Friday evening PORK CHOPS s,49,
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November 21. There were two
visitors from Starke Mr. Joe e FRESH PORK
Kerrigan and Miss Peggy T
Payne. Mrs. Krieger gave a 14 69 I SPARERIBS . LB.t'49'
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report on her visit to The Work SHOULDER
BLADE ROAST
Shop for the Elderly that she PIZZASWEET / ,
attended in Gainesville. She BOSTON BUTT LI. s'39 i
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said she was happy to learn
that there were both young ,/
and old interested in the JUICY t i
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elderly gave a report people.on Mr.the Kerrigan meeting Tangerines 12 FOR 69C | L 0 z r Shoulder Roast le. $149 1

he attended at St. Petersburg FRESH WHITE OR r
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he said there were about 300 1 ; ;,WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS

people He also attending told that the meet Red Grapes .2 EBS.89c All Meat Stew LI. $14'

be a meeting in Starke of the HARVEST / 4S-ox. BTL Off P S1" J 21-01 JAR SWIFT TRU TENDER
North Florida Regional in the Green Cabbage 10C | SliceBeef
early part of 1976. After the L. 6 : Liver La.99c
business meeting games were AStOR

Bill Gene played Schaub Taylor with the Sarah Virginia winners Taylor Car., Orange Juice. 2 &:&' *)l"EVERFRESH F i DEEP, ( / 'Frie1eC. ( Chicken ;Ir.GGKPK6. !:) : $199.

grove and Bill Fontaine.The oMOON W.D BRAND BREAKFAST
door prize was won by Glazed Donuts 79CI anutbu
Lawrence Cosgrove. Beef Sausage .P50.: : 89c '
Next meeting will be a com- MINUTE MAIDGrape
bined Poet-Luck Dinner for .SUPIRUANDSour
Thanksgiving December 5 and at I Christmason p.m. with Juice. 3 -- 89 Cream . I .-.:. 6 c

each person / girt
for exchange.The ladies bring
a ladies I gift and the men one
for a man.


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