Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04079
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04079
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1.:1.: Couple Tied Up, Robbed By 2 Escaping. Inmates 11!.. FORD COUNrr

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Two escaped Florida State Phipps, 23, who had escaped The prisoners searched the was taken to a bedroom, and after it was stolen, 'near the
Prisoners entered a Brownlee from a prison work home and took a .22 caliber tied up with clothesline, after Trout Creek and Lem Turner
Road mobile home late assignment earlier in the day, pistol and a butcher knife which the prisoners took Road In Jacksonville.The 1 rtrgrap1yIle
Tuesday evening, tied up and entered the home through a Green said. Upon learning Brady's 1973 Ford and drove prisoners escaped
robbed the occupants and sliding rear door. that Mrs. Brady's husbandwas off.Brady shortly before daylight
escaped with the family's car, Officers had tracked the employed at Union managed to work Tuesday from a work
the Bradford Sheriff's prisoners to the area earlierin Correctional Institute and himself loose, ran outside, assignment at a garment
Department reports. the day when they were would be home shortly after and flagged down one of the factory In Starke The pair
near the Conners midnight, the prisoners said police vehicles still patrolling apparently cut a window out ? Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven
Chief Deputy Robert Green Cemetery on Brownlee Road. they would watt for him and the area with a hacksaw.
said Mrs. Barbara Brady was The Brady home is see if he had any money The Sheriff's Departmentsaid Both are serving robbery Bath Year STARKE. KLOKIDA 15 Cents
home alone around\ p.m. approximately eight miles When Mr, Brady arrived, the car was recovered terms, Binstead a 15-year 29th Issue Thursday, November 18, 197G Copy
Tuesday when Russell east of Starke on Brownlee the prisoners said they would around 3:30: a.m. Wednesday, term and Phipps a 25-year
Binstead, 25, and Scott Daniel Road. not harm anyone. The couple approximately three hours term.

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111,11 t Falo Although they've been thing going, and two year* Warren, also meeting with the
4 tentatively offered a five-year later, the school board decideto group( said he felt I the group
lease on the old RJE school yank it all out from under wand .., overestimating its
complex: by the school board, sell the budding" she I'hjiu'es, lor receiving grant
w "y city officials and a local mane and asked what would
to + citizens' group are planning to Thomas said the happen: if the building were
t seek a longer lease, saying citizens had no conflict with I leased and no money was
1 y1 they can't get their piugrams plans the city has already received
going and invest large sums of submitted for the recreational
"If we don't get money, we
money without a more complex, to which Schaefer will proceed to raise mon'yourst'lves
substantial committment. replied that the best way to go ," said Charles ,
In a series of meetings early would be to work together and Cunningham, a Citizens I
this week, the citizens and the improve the entire complex. member.
city agreed to get together and He said an informal consensus
Warren also said he wantedto
seek a lease on the unused of the school board indicating
building. The school board, make it clear if the city
a willingness to lease to the
although it has not officially city would be enough to begin leased the complex, it
i acted on the matter, has work on applying for block intended to crack down on
vandalism, "even if it means
indicated it will go along with grants.

the proposal.At City commissioner Joe (See I'atfe l IIParnlellterSealetl
: last week's school board 1
; Charles
.r meeting Mayor
I '" ( Schaefer said the city had
\I : applied for a $72,000 federal j j"I
'To g grant to Improve recreational ,,
facilities at RJE but that if

the grant were approved, the
+ + 3 city would need a five-year Gaskins TotChair" r
t lease on the playing fields and
recreational areas of the t ""
"P 1 \ complex.

Yay Citizens of Reno, where the '
BC School Board \
school is located, indicated to

the board they wished the
school utilized, but that
the vole) the other ,
too, would need a In its 1976 reorganizational swung way
ds usually on controversial! i
committment before making meeting, the Bradlord County
School Board seated its issues the board had aligned
..J plans and investing large
of newest member, Vernon itself along Holliday-Spengler- j

!Market Manager Bob Allen, in photo at left, listens as bids climb to f 1.00 per Less than 4,000 pounds Edwin C.Clayton, Hampton Lake,of the null, about one- sums The building money. itself is Parmenter of Hampton Lake Hall lines for the majority.
I pound on some varieties of pecans during last Thursday's auction here.In quarter of the average first auction crop, were sold here.-.t Thursday presently used to house 54 and elected new officers. Kirmenler, manager a y

; photo at right, a portion of the gathering of sellers and buyers gather With that small a volume, last Thursday's auction. 'vC. jolh tlty, rvl.h<,./ *, .. udemihd staff la tha! Arthur,Gaskins! will be the rct-lOt'lIl.offlle' '('k "UuclnfeyIkUCw; l isupplv; hop li'b'fs(.,'5 "\'t' .
board. two
chairman of the t
around Alien as bidding on the smaller than usual pecan crop Is conducted. last of 1978, Allen says r fr/ federally'funded Head Start retiring after IB on the' j'5:': ,f:
program. Head Start officialssay year school board member, years .
the 41-year-old Gaskins is a board The board Tuesday

i Pecans Scarce,, Price Hits $. I Per Pound have program.needed improvements to be to Students'hauled continue from are lunches sorely room the J.T.Gaskins poultry Parrish farmer was, and nominated from the vote Lawtey.was by awarded appreciation other board Hall for members a his plaque service will of j

be Mrs. Spengler. 50,
unanimous. I.
to room at present and rest businesswoman and
formerly .
Don't set your taste buds for too much pecan pie this winter: it appears the another auction this season, talked of working out direct buying arrangements room facilities are need in D Serving as vicechairmanwill outgoing board chairwoman
nuts are scarce items with Christmas just around the corner. for the remainder of the pecan crop this year.A wing, where the program is be Parrish, 36, who has and Holliday, 68 an eight-year
also been a member for two
'. Area received near record prices for the small local produce market mamanger, Sandra Norman, reports pecans are located. veteran on the boardIn
pecan growers crop brought Parrish is self-
"awful with the higner Stewarts difficult to find. Concerned Citizens, years.
scarce quality extremely a
out for the season's first, and most likely last, auction at the Bradford County group employed in the land-clearing other reorganuational
State Farmers Market on US-301 north, last Thursday afternoon. The produce manager said Curtis nuts are currently selling for 89-cents per of community residents, wantto business. He lives eight miles business the board decided to
1 pound and mixed varieties going for 79-cents pound. refurbish D wing, the meet the third Monday of tin
per west of Starke on SR.1011) in the
Growers from far south Hawthorne received to $1.00 for cafeteria kitchen and
as as pound front
per ,
up Buying nuts directly from some grove owners in the local area will have New River area. month instead of the first as it
varieties of the nuts with the for the Stewarts. Prices
.' some around 80-cents higher prices paid buyers paying around 60-cents( per pound, or if picked up around the trees for office space recently In his first move as a council has been doing. Meeting time
averaged per pound. about 50-cents per pound. destroyed by a fire. will be 7 p m instead of the
But, less than 4.000 pounds of pecans were up for sale during last Thursday'sauction Vernon Reddish, a local grove owner, reports s brisk business over the past At a meeting with city and nominated member. Parrish for the present 5:30: with the board's
here, prompting local market manager Robert Allen to announce the several weeks in the below to school board officials
selling nuts at market price to persons willing vice-chairman next regular meeting
market does not anticipate another auction of pecans this season. The 3,700 gather their own. Monday, Edith Thomas of spot scheduled lor :Monday. Dec
pound figure represents less than one-quarter the normal first auction sale Concerned Citizens said a Arthur Holliday. nominatedby
Reddish, who owns a grove near the intersection of SR-16 and SR-225, is not Mrs. Pat The 20)
total. having difficulty in finding willing buyers for his pecans. $10,000 grant has already been Spengler. In a short business meeting
vote 3-2 for Parrish. with
Earnest II. Bartlett, who owns groves in both Hawthorne and Melrose, received to start a cannery on was the ,
brought nearly one-third of the entire crop up for sale here last Thursday. Another local grover owner, J.R. Wainwright says most growers had only a the site, but that they cannot himself, Gaskins and the following board voted reorganization to fire
Bartlett's 1,400 pound harvest brought in an average of nearly 90-cenls per partial crop this season, and are experiencing no trouble in selling the pecans get it started without a Parmenter voting for Parrish electrician .leromf Griffis for
pound on Stewarts, and 85-cents per pound on the Curtis pecans. they have. definite committment for use and Mrs. Spengler and from the without
absence lob
Other growers brought in pecan harvests from the Palatka and Melrose Wainwright, who buys and sells pecans daily at the local farmers market, of the building. Holliday voting for Holliday
areas. feels prices have hit a peak and he anticipates a leveling off rather than an "We can't tie up that Parmenter's presence See Page )

Some buyers and sellers, upon hearing the market here did not anticipate increase in prices in the next several weeks. amount of money and get this

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.WRVnmoH Revised Comprehensive Land Use Plan

I I Gets General Approval Of City Councilboard

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t.:: A revised comprehensiveland Imperative that planners use Starke and ride around this inspect Mutch said, and needed a black memberto
use plan presented to citizen input as they developthe town inch by inch," he said. anyone with suggestions or represent the Reno section; 4)J

Thursday, Nov. IS Starke city commissionersmet plan. Once adopted, the In response to a question comments is welcome to get in of town.
Tuesday night with plan can only be changed by from a citizen, Mutch said it touch with him at the Recreation director Randall :
general approval from the the city council after two NCFRPC office in
was difficult to say whetherthe Davis objected to the two
Bradford-Union Retired few citizens public: hearings.In .
council and the
Teachers Association discussion plan provides sufficiently Gainesville. In addition, he is- additional members, saying
Tuesday's ;
Covered Dish Luncheon attending the meeting. council members made a few for mobile homes available for meeting with surveys have shown a five- 1 ; :. :
11:30 a.m. Sam Mutch of the North alterations as they discussedthe "Since this is a plan for the school a'nd civic groups, member board works most
Methodist FellowshipHall Central Florida Regional plan. Commissioner Joe future It's hard to say what churches and any other efficiently, and that th .... :
Planning Council said the Warren suggested that the the situation will be in 1990" groups of interested citizens, council should not make :
second plan was not an updateon area adjacent to US-301 he said. "It could be that the he said. appointments for political

the one prepared for the south,which Mutch had shownas federal government! will makeit reasons.
Business A city by the University of industrial be reserved for easier to purchase a home In other discussion, the "Call it political or I HTf.New
Professional Woman's Florida in 1974. He said he felt commercial.City and the mobile home buying board decided after some whatever you want," Warren .iii/ :
Association Meeting the original plan had not clerk Merrill Edwards trend will not continue as it discussion to increase the city answered. "But I want a black J

7:30: p.m. properly addressed itself to said he thought the plan had has been going, or it could go recreation board to seven person on that board. Those ; i .
Chamber of Commerce future growth in the city, and been drawn too hastily."I the other way." members from the original! citizens deserve to be
pointed to several up Maps of the proposed plan five. Commission Warren had represented, and they are not school board member Vernon Parmenter of Hampton
mprovements.. think what you (Mutch) are hanging requested the change at last at this time being Lake delivers his commission to Supt. Richard Jockel as he
Saturday Nov. 20 Additions to the plan ought to do Is come up to meeting room for citizens in, month's meeting, saying the represented." lakes his seat on the board for the first lime :Monday.
Christmas Bazaar included identification of Vote on the matter was 3.1, Parmenter succeed veteran board member Rodney Hall of
Churchof flood prone areas that shouldnot with commissioners Warren, Then'l a, who retired from the school board. Hall was
Sponsored by Told To Nome For
City Police UnionA
God Ladies Auxiliary be built up, more Negotiator Harold Epps and Wilbur presented a plaque commemorating his 16}ears of ser' Ice.

10a.m.Corner commercially planned area, perturbed city attorney were made by the city. paid for a 2-hour minimum no Waters voting for the
more planning for mobile additional members and
Madison Pierce told Starke Next contract limit maximum, policemansay
George year's police
homes and the Inclusion of a Early Deadline Set ;Neil WeekDue
Vernon Silcox voting against. !'
Walnut StreetsThursday commissioners Tuesday includes provisions for a five they will take a 2 hour
professional office near the minimum, 4 hour maximumpay Members serve fiveyearterms.
they'd better appoint a percent pay raise upon
Bradford County Hospital, ; to the Thanksgiving Telegraph office by noon
Nov. 25 leave time schedule. This means that
and janitor
negotiator contract promition part
Mutch said. holiday falling next Thursday :Monday. Nov 22
THANKSGIVINGCommunity talks with city policemen to for the police department anda any city policemen appearing At Charles Schaefer's Nov 25, the Telegraph will All display advertisingmust
"This is a more extensive in court for longer
him. revised overtime pay suggestion, the council agreedto
publish next week be the .
plan than the one we had," he "The negotiator is the only schedule for court hours will not be paid for it, issue uniforms to city day early s issue a in Telegraphoffice :Nov. '
by I 5 m. Monday
Thanksgiving added. "The earlier plan does one authorized to discuss the appearances. Instead of being Sibley said. employees on a "give one, get To meet the Wednesday, p
not even show some of the one" basis, requiring them to 22.We
Pierce said.
Service contract Nov. 24, publication date it is would appreciate your
19a.m.First commercial" areas already "Nobody from the legislative Weekend Weather Seen Cool, Clear turn in a uniform before being necessary to have news and cooperation in helping us
Methodist existing. branch of the city has any issued a new one. advertising in the office early. meet these early deadlines.
Church This was the second public business talking about it." Things look good for the clear and mild today Police chief Jimmy Bowen Thus the following deadlinesare Plans are for the Nov. 25 Issueof

hearing on the proposed land Mayor Commissioner hunters this weekend, as the (Thursday, Nov. 18)) with a reported that three new police set, for next week only: the paper to be printed
use plan, required by state
ram Is supposed to have come high of 73 and a low of S3. the streets
Tuesday night, on
Charles Schaefer met with Lt. cars the will be "
QJljr (Community law of each local governmentin city leasingare
and gone by Saturday and Winds will be from the All news items, both social In Starke Tuesday
Lane Sibley and Capt. Scotty ready for pickup. The
ankAccounll order to comply with the turned northeast. and must be Wednesday '
Blair into cooler weather. correspondence, in the mail ,
Local Government Rhoden last week in what they council agreed to advertise for .
Now Insured Up Comprehensive Planning Act. described as an informal Friday will also be mild, but sealed bids on the three used In the Telegraph office by morning, since there will be
Mutch has repeatedly discussion. Sibley said the rain Is expected: turning to cars to be disposed of. Bids noon Monday, Nov. 22. no mail service on-Thanks- 1

To $40000 by emphasized the plan Is the contract was discussed, The county forestry cooler and clearer weather will open at the next regular -All classified advertisingwant giving.
Federal Deposit" Insurance Corp. peoples', and that it Is although no committments department says it will be Saturday. council meeting. ( ads) must be in the -The Editorr



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I'age TELEGRAPH :November' III, 1916

I Lorraine Stevenson, Lawrence Brown To Wed Nov. 27 r----- ---

Mrs. Johanna L. Weiler of Douglas Brown of Brooker, University Avenue Iw
Gainesville and Robert L. son of Mrs. Margaret McCraeof Gainesville. l! ll
Stevenson of Jacksonville Marco Island and Carl W. Friends and relatives are
announce the approaching Brown of Gamesville. invited to attend. Soci.ly &lory 964.7608I
marriage of their daughter, The wedding will take place Miss Stevenson graduated //fooly
Lorraine Jeanne Stevenson of November 27 at 2 p.m. in the from Gainesville High School _._ ---- --- -
Brooker, to Lawrence Episcopal Chapel, 1522 West and Mr. Brown graduated
from Bradford High School Immmi I Woman's Club Wednesday

Mrs. Daty Montgomery, volunteer program at the
president of the Four Starke Nursing Home.
Federation of Jacksonville, Members would spend at least
was the principal speaker at one hour a week with a patient
8 8' xed
1 o Sofa Bed the Woman's Club of Starke or patients in the Home. Ms.
luncheon-meeting Wednesday CUllen asked that members
of last week call the Guidance Clinic if
Mrs. Montgomery spoke on they wish to participate in the
the non-profit foundation program.President.
.., sponsored by the 4th District Mrs. V.J.
of the Florida Federation of Spengler announced the
Women's Clubs A house has dmner-theatre tickets were
already been purchased available at$7 per person and
(hopefully one of many more the date of Jan. 21-22 and Jan. rsjK
to come) to be a home for 28-29 were announced.
dependent girls from 12 to 17 The club will host a flt
years of age who have been Christmas tea for the Senior ,
victimized in their homes.The Citizens involved in the CUBB
.. house will have six to eight program on Friday, Dec. 17, "
n girls plus houseparents. Mrs. from 1:30: to 3:30: p.m. }
Montgomery passed out Mrs. Don Reardon and Mrs. '
pledge cards for donations. Jack Romeis were accepted
AVOCADO Mrs E.E. Tanner as new members. I t
introduced Ms. Peggy Cullen
or of the Bradford-Union Jack Hazens
BLUE VELVET Guidance Clinic,who spoke on '
S the desire to establish a Hosts At Dinner
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Larr. Motcht; Duplicate Bridge Party Nov. 4 -. "-
Tub Chair ;
RED-BLACK VINYL fo Hold Charity Mr.and Mrs. Jack E. Hazen ; .J...
entertained at a dinner party -

$19900 Tournament Thursday night Nov. 4, at _"
home Brownlee Road '
their on
The Duplicate Bridge Club for their son. Eddy and r-- .. .
"tea will hold a charity fiancee, Sandra Edwards, "", '
It j. tournament Nov. 23 at 7:30 following the couple's. f"111r
p.m. at the Pratt Street wedding rehearsal.
Recreation Hall for Arthritis The buffet table was
Sofa Open. Foundation. The public Is covered with a white lace and :\lrs. Eddy lIazl'n
In V"ralJle'inyll>lmdic or Velt'et To Bed itNxht Invited to attend. trimmed cloth and centered

Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for Tuesday night's winners with an arrangement of roses. Sandra Edwards and Eddy Hazen
were: tied for first were Mrs. Cutwork cloths covered the
comfortable sleeping and relaxing The 8S" and Miss five tables which
Paul Johnson dining
t, Sofa opens to a full size double bed. $19 j 9 Bernice BrenkI'and Mrs. J.D. seated the 20 guests. Wed Nov. 6 At Brooker
f upholstered In lonq-lastngwnylplastc-in Alum and Mrs. Lex Green. The young couple presented
y your choice of tOday's most popular color! Mrs.Townsend Dent and Mrs gifts to their attendants
fo'.J. Shaw were second and during the dinner Baptist Church
tying for third were Mrs
Francis and Mrs.
Miss Sandra Elaine walstlme. Lace trimmed the
and Dr. and
W E. Johnson
L.W Edwards,daughter of!\Ir. and high neckline and the front
tat e MRs. J.1I. Mmesinger. !\Irs. Carl T. Edwards of panel was enhanced with
Page Jr., Lawtey Brooker, and Jack Edward cluny lace. The long fitted
;CL h (Eddy) Hazen, Jr., son of Mr. sleeves featured a deep ruffle
BPW MEETING and Mrs. Jack E. Hazen of from shoulder to elbow, also
F The monthly business Starke, were united in trimmed in the same lace. The
.: meeting of the Business and marriage Nov. 6 at 7:30: p m. full skirt had panels of cluny
Professional Women's In the Baptist Church in lace from waist to deep ruffle
Association will be held Brooker at the hem, trimmed In cluny
Thursday, Nov. 18 at 7:30: f Rev. Terry Cranford lace. She carried a bouquet of
r,, p.m., at the Chamber of tr.MGlennann performed the nuptials. white pompoms and baby's
S Commerce.A Decorating the altar were breath.A .
a Y t 1 program on "Volunteer- two arrangements of gladioli, reception was held at the
ism Re-evaluated Sense of pompoms, daisies and church I''ellowship Hall where
_ Helping and Not Being Paid" carnations against a background Dottie'Sue Cranford greeted
wil be given by Lucille of candle trees and the guests at the door Miss
Shuford. branched candelabra with Kim (lodges kept the bride's
Any ladies interested in burning tapers. book.
434 \\' Call Sf. Phone 964-5827 Starke Florida attending, please call Lillian\ Mrs. Howard Douglas, The bride's table was

Pearson, 782-3806, for further :>o:= organist and Greg Douglas, covered with an organdy cloth
information. Mrs.Tommy Outlaw and Mrs. and centered with a three

Crews Steve Crawford presented a tiered wedding cake. l\1rs. .
program of nuptial mlL;ic. Blair Harrison cut the cake. I'
Charles HarperEngagement Mr. liazen attended his son The push table was covered
as best man. Ushers were with an organdy cloth and
Told Joey Bennett and Randall centered with a silver punch
McGee. bo\\I. Kitty Hazen and Donna
Mrs. Joey Bennett, sister of Prevatt presided at the punch
Mrs. C.R. Crews of Lawtey the bride,served as matron of bowl and assisting 10 serving
HAflVYf announces the engagement of honor. She wore a light green were Charlene Melvin, Edith
of her granddaughter, Hilda quiana knit gown with lace at Melvin, Irene RiCk, Wanda
Glennann Crews to Charles the neckline and wore live Prevatt and Lucy Hodges.
Ray Harper of Jacksonville, daisies in her hair. She The couple are residing in
N.C., son of Mrs. Cherry carried a carnation bouquet Graham.
Es mno. :1obbin Johnson attended as The bride graduated from
flower girl and wore a light Lake City Community College
fp :. Whirlpool Glennann Is the daughter of green crepe gown with satin Nursing:'; Program and is
Marian Glenn Crews of Starke ribbons and lace. employed at the Reception
and Laura Jean Griffin of Derick Smith was ring Center In Lake Butler.
---=d-- 00 00g .
Wauchula.The bearer. :\Ir lIazen attended St.
:; ', APPLIANCES Given in marriage by her Johns Junior College and is
wedding will take place father the bride
wore a nylon employed at Pine Air Farms
: L1 n December at the church in sheer gown with empire In Lake Butler.

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..EfIIJ. '-. SALE
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The Needle
p Annette rlrris

I e I Annette Griffis
e\\ \ Q- ''ft'' 1517 r r Bessent Road ,

1) Model /..--'" Starke, Florida James Tomlinson
/ 964-5149
CDA 3000 Model\ Engagement Told

2 LDE 3000 1\1r. and Mrs A.W. Griffis
announce the of
NOw $23900 onlY $ i 8900 their daughter, Annette, to
=-= NOw Your Means Now, Peace Of Mind Always" James Edward Tomlinson,
lion of 1\1rs. Henry Tomlinson,
A HELPING HAND all of Starke.
SAVE Even Mare Wedding plans will be

Model EDT171SK We are qualified In helping a family to clear announced at a later date.

refrigerator-freezer When You Buy R Pair up many matters In which most families don't
e 17 cu. It. capacity including know about. Carrie RitchCelebrates
4.73 cu. It separate zero- P H ow 0 n I Y 1w. take the surviving spouse to Social

degree freezer /Trade F R E E Security Office.
e No-Frost refrigerator and
2, We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the
freezer sechons have 86th Birthday
controls separate 10 Lb HAM or TURKEY With The widow, pension, flag grave marker etc, ,

e Power Saving Heater Control $ 3 3 8 0 0 Purchase Of Any New 3.We which help families with Insurance forms, Mrs. Carrie Ritch
to be
SWitch '.1" save you money typed and notarized. celebrated her Bath birthday
e IceMagl Automatic Ice Maker Gas or Electric Range These are lust a few of the added services Sunday at a surprise family
accessory kit IS available which we are glad to provide In helping a family party given by her daughterIn .
In any way we can, law, Mrs. T.G. Ritch and
son, David of Jacksonville at
1\1rs. Hitch's home on N.
i A / Cherry street.
Archer Funeral Home
Also attending the party
DOYLE M. ARCHER, L.F.D were Mr. and Mrs Jack
/ / Dewees and three children
'Our Goal Is To B" Worthy Of Your Confloence" from Jacksonville.
Mrs Hitch received several

964.5757 .301 S. Starke telephone calls from relatives
In Miami and Jacksonville
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during the day to wish her
Happy Birthday

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November 1$, 1916 TKLEGKAPII Pane 3

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x Rebecca McMillan How Well Do You Read Between The Lines? Kimberly Wall Celebrates 3rd Birthday Oct. 30 .

1J Honored At Two 1 A small! contest sponsored by the Telegraph in last week's was a
paper resounding success. We4 Little
I had a mail box full of Kimberly Wall The guests were, her McPherson, Marcie and Chris
replies and
Thursday, have been others
J Parties RecentlyMiss receiving every day since. Robert B.< celebrated her third birthday brother Christopher Lee, Melissa Lock and Jason
>Lewellen of Starke was the first ;
response received, winning the $15 for being the first person to. October
Saturday, 30, with a
grandparents, Mr.
submit a name he found. Mrs. Gertrude Hart of Raiford and Mr. Lloyd C. King of Lawtey and Mrs. Manning.
Rebecca McMillan, winners of six-month were. party given by her parents, Horace Sanders; great grand
> subscriptions to .
Telegraph.Well the contest )
goes on. .Only this week the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Wallof mother, Mrs. Leona Special out of town guests
whose marriage to James j game is a lot harder. The names will be more difficult to locate. However, the prizes will be more) English'aunt ;
Starke. and Mrs. Peter S.
Bacchus will be an event of attractive. < cousin, Maria and were
December 19, was honored at s Here's how the game goes. We will choose names at random from our local telephone dIrectory.X The Halloween theme was Johnny Walker, Mrs. Carmen Wall of Milwaukee, Wis.,
two parties In the past!! week. The names will be scattered throughout the paper in the most unusual places, and will have absolutely hours carried 11:30 out during the party Macias, Jill and BasilperonJJ Kim's grandparents.
: to 2
On Tuesday! evening of last nothing to do with the article or ad in which they appear. You may say "So what?"Well, ti a.m. p.m.
week Mrs. Gus Kopelousosand >make the\ Search worthwhile..THE FIRST PERSON TO CLIP ONE OF THE NAMES ANt,
bridal shower at the home of \COUNTY TELEGRAPH, P.O. Huggins
DRAWER A, STARKE, FLA. 32091 will pick up a quick $t5
the latter for Miss! McMillan. JPlease( ,no hand carried replies)The first postmarked entry received in the Telegraph office will Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Mrs. A.J. Barry had a
refreshment table Celebrates Hampton were Monday
The was i win $15.To family party Sunday evening
covered with a pale yellow give more entries a chance to win we are adding a new phase to the contest. Second prize will' evening dinner guests of Mr. celebrating her father, F.H.
damask cloth and centered 'be a gift certificate for a Thanksgiving turkey to the first person finding their own name and Eighth Birthday and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen atMorrison' Kramer's 83rd birthday.
with an arrangement of peach mailing it to the Bradford County Telegraph. in Gainesville in
and white carnations and > Third, 4th and 5th prizes will be a gift certificate worth$5 for food items from the Deli at Piggly< Mrs. Tommy Huggins gavea celebration of Mrs. Hall's Mr. and Mrs. Marion
pompoms. A four tiered >Wiggly. These will go to the three persons mailing in the most names that appear (which have birthday party Tuesday birthday. Harrington and daughters of
Carol Kimmick miniature wedding cake was >absolutely nothing to do with the article or ad they appear in.) Of course, anyone finding his own) afternoon of last week for her Ormond Beach and Mr and
at one end of the table and name (having nothing to do with the article or ad in which It appears) will receive a compli-) son, Jason, on his eighth Miss Rhonda Edwards and Mrs. Bill Harrington and
Willard punch bowl at the other end. .mentary 6-month subscription to the Telegraph. To start your subscription, clip your name and! birthday. Brian Pulling of FSU spent daughter of Keystone Heightswere
Gaskins, Jr Mrs. Gruen cut the cake and [mail it in.Please The party was held at the weekend with her parents, Sunday guests of Mr.
Alisha and Erika Gruen include your full mailing address. McDonald's Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards. and Mrs. C.N. Christy
ToWed Dec. 10 presided at the punch bowl. which was gayly decorated for
:Mrs. Kopelousos assisted!! in the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Hunk Kyle, Mrs. Jan Douglas of
Mr. and :Mrs Glen Albert serving. The 11 children and six Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petrella, Tallahassee spent the
Kimmick of Lake City The hostesses presented the Cecelia Young Honored By Xi Iota Delta adults were treated to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bruner weekend with her parents Dr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
honoree with the creamer and
announce the engagement and hamburgers, french fries and and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger.
approaching marriage of their sugar bowl to her chosen Cecelia received the yellow rose were given Mrs. cokes during the party hours. Ferguson attended the, Fall
daughter. Carol to Willard china pattern as a memento of Young The candlelight ceremonywas Young as a memento of the The children were given party Roundup Square Dance at the
ritual the
Cecil Gaskins. Jr., son of Mr. the occasion.! Exemplar during conducted by chapter occasion. She is a charter favors and suckers. Civic Auditorium during the (See Page 4))
meeting of XI Iota Delta
and :Mrs. Willard Cecil Approximately 24 guests President Cherie Cox assistedby member of Xi Iota Delta weekend. .
of Beta
Exemplar chapter
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Gaskins, Sr. of Starke. attended. Vice-President Connie which was established in
Sigma Phi held Tuesday night
The will take Best.A .
wedding placeat April, 1975.Christnlus
:Nov.; IB at the home of
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the Parkview Baptist
Church in Lake City on Dimples Overstreet. framed certificate and a Bazaar
December 10 at 7:30: p m. witha The home of Mrs. H.C. Ritchon
reception following in the E. Call Street was! the Cookout A Christmas Bazaar will be
church Fellowship Hall. setting for a "coffee" SaturdayAt held Saturday, Nov. 20 at' 10
Miss Kimmick graduatedfrom honoring :Miss! :McMillan: on a.m. at the rorner of Madison Sewing Machine
Columbia High School in Saturday morning. Co- Mad. Street Baptist ChurchThe and Walnut streets sponsoredby
Lake City and Lake City hostesses! !! were Mrs! J.R. the Ladies of the Church of
Community College.Mr. Wainwright. Mrs Randy Madison Street Baptist There will also be a biscuit' God.
Gaskins! graduatedfrom Johns and Mrs. Charles Church will have a church- baking contest' for the men.
Bradford High School in Darby. wide cookout on the grounds Ribbons will be awarded. Mrs. Doug Nichols Repairs ByDon
1 1970. Both are employed at the Mrs. Wainwright greetedthe starting at 1 p m. Saturday. The cookout will start'at 6
Reception and :Medical Centerin guests! at the door and Games for all ages o'clock.All .
Lake Butler. standing in the receiving line including a raw egg throwing Honored At ShowerThe
All friends and relatives are were the honoree and her contest, three legged race, tug members are invited to Toole
invited to the wedding and mother, Mrs. M G. McMillan.: of war, etc. will be enjoyed. turn out and enjoy the fun. Gamma Theta Chapterof
reception. :Miss McMillan and Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
:McMillan: were presented with Colleen Nichols Shower HonoreeMiss honored Mrs. Doug Nichols Special! Clean
Elissa corsages. with a stork shower at' their ,
Hollingsworth The refreshment table was Colleen Nichols, The hostesses presented regular business meeting
Celebrates BirthdayElissa covered with a handmade December 4 bride elect, was corsages to the honoree and Monday. November 8. For Adjust
cutwork cloth and centered honored at a lingerie shower Mrs. Jack Brannen of Lake The affair was held at' the i"II.l"

Jo ( with an arrangement of pink !Monday night given by Mrs. Butler, mother of the home of Mrs. Randall Milton
her second and white chrysanthemumsand Bob Milner, Jr., Mrs. Greg prospective groom. They also with Mrs. Wayne Blankenshipas 4Only
carnations. Mrs. Harry Alvarez and Mrs. Mark gave Miss Nichols a loungingrobe co hostess!
birthday October 29 at a party Gruen and :Mrs. Douglas Milner at the home of the as a memento of the After the business meeting,

given by Mrs.Street.Eunice Johns on Hardy presided at the silver latter at Kingsley Lake. occasion. gifts were opened by the | Repajirs: - Epperson coffee service at one end of the Games with prizes wereenjoyed Twenty -two guests enjoyedthe honoree.
Cake and ice cream were affair. Refreshments were served
the children.On table. during the party &1 Accessories,
enjoyed by by the hostess.
:Miss Hjalmar McMillan hours, 7:30: and 9 p.m.
Sunday October 31. served cokes! on the porch. The refreshment table was The next meeting will be I'
Elissa! Jo celebrated her Assisting in serving were covered with a Hallmark held Monday, Nov. 22, at the 30l E. Call 1 '

parents birthday:Mr.again and Mrs.when Tommy her and Lynn:Mrs.:Moxley.11 M.Cindy Richard Canova bridal napkins cloth, plates with and matching cups. BIRTHSMr. with home Mrs.of Mrs.Richard Greg Little Morgan as co ] 1B1J: ]((3 m ] (] [ WiJ(3] ( ( ( 9646163IeiL U

Hollingsworth partyfor
gave Out-of-town guests were hostess.
her at their home on
:Mrs R. Franklin Hitch of
Hampton Lake. Gainesville! and !Mrs Sarah !Mr.and Mrs. Bill Coulter of and Mrs. Michael
The party was held in the Demaree of Ocala. Arcadia spent the weekend Wayne Newsom of Starke -
yard which was decorated in The hostesses! presented the with their son-in law and announce the birth of a i
the Halloween theme A cakein honoree with a five piece daughter Dr. and !Mrs. R.E. daughter. Dana Michell, born I
the form of a pumpkin, place setting to her chosen Dopson and son. The Coulters Oct. 22 in Alachua General $
decorated with a black cat china pattern as! a memento of assisted the Dopsons in Hospital. Grandparents are
centered the refreshmenttable. the occasion. moving Dr. Dopson's office Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Newsomeof
One hundred guests were in from W. Call street to 864 Starke and Mr. and Mrs. j
The 12 youngsters attendingwere vited to call between than hours North 301, suite 3, across from Fred J. Marzlofs of Mayo.
given trick or treat bags Pizza Hut.
iuio:: and noon.
filled with goodies as favors. .rb
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L.
!Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
i Hurt returned to their home in Williams of Tallahassee
announce the birth of a son,
:Mrs. Ethel Holtzendorf and Pittsburg. Kas. Monday after
Mrs. Guy Andrews attendedthe
Kevin Richard, born Nov. 6.
two weeks visit with Mr. and
:Mrs. Emmarene Weaver Riverside Avondale
Grandparents are Mr. and
'I attended Mrs. Leo Champion. The
homecoming Sundayat Preservation annual Home
Mrs. Mack L. Williams and
showed their
the Advent Christian Champsions
Tour in Jacksonville on
Mr. and Mrs. Warney M.
Church in Jasper Saturday guests points of interest in
Florida during their visit. Adkinson of Starke.



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TELEGKAPII November 18.1978

. RJE Lease (From Page 1) Dukes Elected Chairman

putting a full time policeman vandalize. Why don't we give program, currently funded on time, said commissioner City officials have said if the
there." them something to do?" a yearly basis, probably Harold Epps. "Then we needto building is renovated, various I
"That sounds good," said Schaefer said at Tuesday'scity would. investigate what our federal and other social
Cunningham. "You're council meeting that he "We ought to reject the five recourses are. It's gone far agencies now renting private Of Union School BoardIn
welcome anytime. We wish would ask city attorney year lease, wait and see what enough with 'Let George do office space would move over
you were doing it now." George Pierce to meet with ( newly-elected school it.' It's been proven in Green to HJE.
The Citizens and audience school board attorney J.J. superintendent) Casey does," Cove that you can take a com a special meeting of the Application. Board approvalwas "most ot the members are
members agreed that Wolbert and work out legal said Warren. "He's alreadysaid plex like that and make it into Union County School Board unanimous to apply for against time clocks."
vandalism would probably not problems concerning the lease he's committed *o doing something really fine." the Ola' & Tuesday night Donald Dukes these funds which will bring
be as much of a problem once agreement, but that (it looked something about RJE; we He was referring to the city was selected by the board around$4,500 to$3,000 into the Galloway expressed
some activities were startedat like it would be best to ask fora know that much. I personallythink of Green Cove Springs, which members to be chairman, county, according to concern that time clocks are
the school. lease longer than five years. he's going to do recently leased an unused INTERNAL succeeding Morris Dobbs. Dunavant. needed and promised the
"Once these people have "The first thing you need to something about it, so why high school building and REVENUE Dobbs who has been Non-instructional personal teachers would cooperate to
something that they think is find out Is what the minimum don't we just wait and see?" received grant money to turn SERVICE chairman for four years recommendations were see that board policy I is
useful, that they feel is their length of time is that you Schaefer replied that the the complex into an ( ) relinquished the post to Dukes discussed and as in previous followed concerning time that
own, they're going to respect need for these grants," said only trouble with that is the educational and communitycenter who said he would "do the meetings postponed until Bill teachers are required to work.
itand they're not going to tearit Pierce. deadline for applying for with offices for federal 0 s'tr very betijg know how In the McGill\, the new superin This was an issue in the
up," Miss Thomas said. Miss Thomas said she didn't block grants was nearing and programs included. RJE Is a "Many a taxpayer feels he's coming year." Pam B. tenaent, takes over in collective bargaining talks
"we are running out of time." former all black school aban- Thomas Dukes from which make no for
"That's the problem over think the cannery operation fined for reckless Ihriv- replaced as January. On a motion provision
there now these kids don't would accept a five-year "We should give the school doned after the county's vice-chairman. board member Ressie Griffis being late or not being late.
have anything to do but lease, but that the Head Start board a certain amount of schools were fully Integrated. ing. Board members agreed to and seconded by Dobbs
... continue with the same approval was given to hire After discussion from the
-- schgdule-for the next year and additional substitute teachersand board it was agreed incoming
ON MOUTI IIJohn meet"at% o.nv on the second bus drivers. superintendent McGill would
473-3775 Tuesday of each 'month. The board unanimouslyvoted work with administrator
Brown'sMolar Outgoi Urt g school I not to install time clocksin Howard McNeill before the
GOSH superintendent Casern was not the three schools in the next board meeting to
KOMI crirrf OM% "Wi THEY POT A at the meeting, but assistant county. After the voting Jim determine what kind of
(;frO BOX IO58KEYSTONE'HSIGK DARN superintendent B.L. Dunavant Galloway, chairman of the inventory of the schools mightbe
asked for of the Teachers before he takes
HOUSE TRAILER ,' V approval Union County needed
S. FLORIDA Bb NEXT Federal Impact Aid Organization,spoke for the 67- over in January and how this
"" ,,baldo 4a 1( ( pa filer D OOR ,... Panneiiter... member, organization -- inventory might be conducted.
'I, If yN.
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./ leave. School services
director Lennard Register PERSONALS I
said Griffis' work -Kid. been
satisfactory, but that he had
iti failed to report to work for -- ---
Ifigl eight consecutive days and (From 'Page b)
had not heeded Register's Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
warnings. Griffis has twe" Miss Kay Turner of Norman toured Tennessee
-..... -.". ) weeks to come before the Jacksonville was home for the Georgia and North Carolinalast
--.. !'"', e.' board with an appeal. weekend. week.
,...-' .. ,J4" -' ..... Board members tentatively-
... .- .. to work I' and Mrs. A.W. Mrs Mac Baldwin returned
.. ... .... : agreed out any legal Mr.
..:.::'. ; < "'. & r ,' snarls and rent the old RJE '''Arderson, Jr., of Ventura, Sunday after two weeks visit
; ;;; _
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.v ..... .. -.. J .-:.. --. '> high school complex to the Calif., and Mrs. Myrtle with her son in -
-=-- --= city. Although the matter, Anderson, Mrs. Lila Caldwelland daughter, Mr and Mrs.
Flossie Lee Mitchell, Starke, Mrs. June Edwards of James Montuouro and
must still be put to a formal Starke visited relatives in daughters in Jackson, Tenn.
vote, the informal consensus Fairfield, Micanopy and
Choose From Our Selection Of Homes had been sought so citizens' Archer Tuesday of last week. Mr and Mrs. A.J. Eaves
groups and the city could The A.W. Andersons returnedto attended a pot luck dinner
begin paper work on applying their home in Ventura on party last Friday night at the
for federal grants for Tuesday after two weeks visit home of Col. and Mrs. Jim
Down Payment co/ improvement projects on the with their mothers and Rinamin in Jacksonville for
complex.] relatives. the officers and wives of the
Upon recommendation of National Guard 146 Signal
As Law As 10 Down superintendent Richard Battalion.
Jockel, the board agreed to Mr. and Mrs. A.W.
retain Mrs. Cynthia Morton, Anderson Jr. of Ventura, Donnie Francis returned
presently an intern, as an aide Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Edward home Monday after surgery
at Southside Elementary Schwab of Merntt Island, last Friday in Shand's
School until she completeswork Eddie Schwab of Gainesvilleand Teaching Hospital.
on her degree in March. !Mrs. Myrtle Anderson of
Mrs. Morton will, in effect, be Starke were Saturday guestsof Local admittances to
the additional teacher Mr. and Mrs. John Bradford County Hospital this
authorized for Southside, Anderson in Callahan where week include: Mrs. Fannie
Jockel said, even though she family birthdays were Wolfred, Thomas Crawford
will not technically be celebrated. Marvin Hazen, Mrs. Lila
designated or paid as a Henry Aaron Sumner,
teacher until March. Mrs \I.F.: Hazen has had as Austine Edwards and Jason
In other business, the board visitors during the weekend, Barker of Starke; William
agreed to enter into an who also visited Mr. Hazen in Lahn, William Williams and
agreement with the Alachua Bradford County Hospital: Mrs. Katie Saxon of
County Board of County Mr and Mrs 0 G. Strayhornof Hampton; Mrs Clarice
Commissioners to fund Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. Woodard Raiford; Mrs.
additional students in the Purvis Hazen of Ocala, Emma Rohlm, Tracie Rivera
1reaka CETA program attending the Winfred Hazen and Mr.. and and Mrs. Emma Baldree of
: Vo-Tech school. Mrs Aubrey Hazen of Keystone Heights; Carson
Gainesville. Griffis of Lawteyand Charles .r//,.
- -- a Pittman of Lake Butler. .

Mrs. Gladys Weldon and
PANELING CENTER Mrs. Peggy Shaller entertained
II friends at the home of
Mrs. Weldon on Nov; 12 in
honor of Josephine Gumber's
4xSfI I birthday.

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I BHS JV Whips Bolles 24-3 To Earn 3-5 Season MarkBradford


High's junior time for last Thursday's four-yard loss. A third down when he dropped a Bulldog questionable calls came. This for long, as he tucked the ball
varsity gridders closed their contest, arched the scoring passing attempt fell ball carrier for a four-yard time the call came on the BHS away on an option play to the
here 1976 season last on a winning note strike down the right side line incomplete and Bolles punted loss on a third and six from the kickoff, following the late left and sprinted for 17 yardson
Thursday in to tight end Reddish on first on fourth down from the Bolles 13, broke through again score. Bolles' deep back took the keeper.
Jacksonville clobbering pre-game favorite down. The play caught Tornado 49. and sacked the ball carrier fora the kick at his own threeyardline Reddish picked up an
Sophomore 243. Bulldog secondary defenders two-yard loss on first down. walked back into the end additional three yards to the
running back looking for the pitch out on the The first of three zone and dropped to one knee. Bulldog 13, then holding call
BHS Dwayne Cummings paced the power sweep to the right as controversal: calls by game Hildebran, the only starting After Tornado coverage against Bolles moved the ball
JV win with three Reddish, a 5.9, 153-pound officials, which set home fans freshman on this season's tagged him, home fans calledIt down to the eight setting up
touchdowns. The 5.11 and 160 sophomore, broke into the buzzing/ came on first down BHS JV, came up with a safety, as did BHS JV Cummings' second touchdownrun
pound running hack scored on clear. from the Tornadoes' own 24. another two-yard sack on Coaches Reddy Cox and Mike of the night.Cummings' .

... -.- eight yard TD
._ 1 came on a quick opener up the
.\.J.I'"' middle with 3:24: remaining In
.. .' !, ..>>- the third quarter. Norman y
threw Incomplete on the
conversion attempt and the
Y Tornadoes took an 18-0 lead
into the final period.
Kirk Minton, a 5-10 and 150
pound defensive tackle came
9! up with a Bulldog fumble just
r prior to the start of the fourth
r '
e It quarter action at the Bolles 40
yard line in setting up the final x ttl
BHS score of the evening. yr

,1 p + teq play Cummings', 40 yard capped drive with the 10 a 3$} &g &
a f three yard scoring plunge Nt
r i., .
t with 8:OB remaining in the ball N

.. ., game. A 13 yard, tackle
w qw
r breaking sprint up the middle Dwayne Cummings ((33)) lowers. his head and runs over a
A.a :. J.: .. M.. by halfback Glenn Carter on a Bulldog defender when he runs out of room. Cummings paced
fourth and three from the Tornado JV scoring against Bolles here last Thursday, adding
These are the members of the Bradford High Junior Varsity football team, Muse, Mark Mosley, Bernard Johnson, Marvin Tyson, Isiaih Jenkins, Marcus Bulldog 33 saved the scoring three touchdowns to the one-sided 21.3 final score.
which closed (he 1976 season In a winning note here Thursday night with a victory Cruce John Vallnski, Eugene llutchlnson and Allen Scott. drive.
over Jacksonville: Holies. Third row: John Bennett, Greg Dent Tommy Marrow Scott Clark,Kirk Minton, Bolles put together its
Curtis Shell Alton Moore Richard Milner Johnny Bell Martin llersey. Michael longest drive of the evening,
Team members lirefront row from left: Randy Thompson, Dinky Kilby, Jackson, Richard Smith and John Denmark. 48 yards, on the way to
Raymond Trainer :Maurice Bright. Dale Rogers' Randy Reddish Jay Griffls, Back row: Coach Reddy Colt Bud Belonger, David Baldwin Glenn Carter, avoiding the shut out with
Ricky !Norman :Martin Slocum and Robbie Rierce. Jeffrey Norman Oliver Marx Owayne Cummings Doug Reddish, Benny Morris, Yerkes 28-yard field goal with EEtfLI/litfct! ( ( :;
Second row: Donald It'd"ish.1 Chapman, Timmy Jones. Phillip Hall Mike Paul Carter and Coach Mike Hartley. just 4:05: remaining in the

runs ot six, eight( and three A low snap from center on The call involved a fumble on third down, following an The Tornadoes final :a: tt: Li .!e'iI.ii:(
yards in leading( the TornadoJV the extra point attempt was BHS Officials Hartley However officials offensive series of the game 1
a out.
to the victcry. bobbled and the Tornadoes pitch incomplete passing attempton gave Bolles the ball at the 20. saw a double pass and t Ih e,
blocked from a clear view of
second down bringing up a Second half action opened smallest member of the 1976
settled for lead with
a the awarded the ball to
A 36-yard touchdown strike 7:08 in the second play fourth down and 14 from the with defensive tackles Isaiah BUS JV running the ball. The
from quarterback Jeffery period.: remaining the Bulldogs, despite protests Tornado 22. Jenkins and Cruce combining double pass from quarterback -by Neil Crawford

Norman to tight end Donald Following the BHS kickoff from a number of persons Bolles elected to go for the efforts on three big hits to stop Norman to split end Dinky l-
Reddish with just first down yardage on fourth the Bulldogs' first offensive Kilby to man Richard
over seven Bolles took.over at its own 31 with an unobstructed view of pro
minutes remaining in the and drove just beyond mid- the play. down, but this time big tackle series. Milner netted 51 yards. Then It is that time of year when five nice bass a few days ago,
second period of play turned field before punting the ball Taking over at the Tornado Marcus Cruce a 5.11 and 175 Following the Bulldogs' crowd pleaser Randy the turkey population reduces they did not seem to be on the
out to be the winning score as back to the Tornadoes. On a 18, Bolles ran into trouble pound sophomore, sacked the punt the Tornadoes took over Reddish 4.3 and 80 pounds In numbers. shore line until after dark.
the Tornado JV defense held second and one from the BHS against the fired-up BHS Bulldog quarterback for an at their own 44. Cummings came into the contest to take Thanksgiving is my favorite The November tournament i
the visiting Bolles Bulldogs to 44, Tornado linebacker Mark defense. Defensive end Danny eight yard loss, back to the ground out 19 yards on quick the ball on a reverse. holiday. I cannot resist that will be held Saturday, Nov 27,
a lone field goal for the Mosley broke through a wall Hildebran, who had forced a BHS 30.Taking. openers up the middle to starta turkey with all the trimmings at Santa Fe Lake. Boats will
over at their own 30, 10-play scoring drive along with a piece of pumpkin launch at the county landing
in their
evening. of blockers on a power sweepto punt from deep Freshman David Baldwin I
Llamond Yerkes booted theBulldogs' the the to theevening's the Tornadoes put together a hampered by the evening's or pecan pie. on Little Santa Fe.
dropping own territory just prior filling a linebacker slot, broke
three pointed from Bulldog ball carrier for a bigrsuzuk0FsTARKfl first Tornado score 70-yard 10 play scoring drive third controversial call. Bolles' fourth down It is also a good time of year So stuff yourselves with
Bulldogs' three pointer from capped by Cummings' six up to catch those bass prowling turkey and make plans to fish
four minutes remaining in the yard touchdown run with 1:06: This time officials desperation pass with just in the shallows. They should this tournament.be a
eight in the
contest robbing a fired up Opening Weekend Hunters remaining before halftime. prematurely blew dead a game. remaining moving to the shore line as Wishing each and all a
Tornado defense of the shut well-executed play. the water temperature begins happy holiday.
Two big pass receptions by Quarterback Doug Reddish to cool. Bass Wishes
out.Last split end Dinky Kilby, 5-3 and fooled officials with a perfect Scare by quartarsiBH1 Elton Ward and I landed Neil Crawford
the Thursday's third of the victorywas season Take 75 Bucks In Area PreservesHunting 123 accounted for 54 of the 70 fake up the middle before 0 0003-3 11 a a 148oll v
yards in the scoring drive. rolling out to the left and """
against five losses, for the .r- :>
Tornado JV Bradlord High's season opened last cat squirrels one fox squirreland connected Quarterback with Norman making the pitch. The play Scoring BHS summary Raddlsn. li yard pass from 1
Kilby 31-
on a
JV opened its 1976 campaign!: Saturday throughout the stateof one rabbit. No turkey yard gainer on the second playof covered some 15 yards. On the Norman. (kick' 10"..) --- ARo+rNO
with a victory over the Florida Florida with some 2.728 hunting was allowed duringthe replay quarterback Reddish BHS Cummings a yard run. (pass
the and
drive Cummings lau00iassCummings -
School for the Deaf, of St. sportsmen taking to wildlife opening weekend. picked up two yards on a ) I ""'- .
hooked up with the speedy keeper. yard run. (passlallad ---- -
Augustine then dropped five in the )
management areas split end on a 23 yard halfback
in a row before coming back surrounding counties over the Bucks taken ranged up to just prior to the score. However, the officials'early BHS Cummings 1 yard run. (run The Arctic tern flies about 11,000 miles migrating from the 1
pass whistle failed (faibdlaeus)
for wins I m the last two gamesof first weekend. eightpoint.No Norman threw high to tight the to fluster Yarns II yard laid goal. Arctic Circle to Antarctica twice a year, making it the bird
the season. accidents were reportedin sophomore quarterback with the longest migratory flight.
end the
Reddish!!!! on extra point
Losses on the season came Fish and Game Commission the the Camp Blanding attempt following Cummings' .
at the hands of Gainesville wardens report 1,728 hunters hunting area. late second period score and
High( St. Augustine Palatka checked into Camp Blanding's 4
the Tornadoes took a 12-0 leadto .. -
South Ocala Vanguard and 60,000 acre hunting area (with In the Lake Butler Wildlife the locker room at halftime. ,:r, .. "
"''fr." Gainesville, l' asL. ldc. ), and 1Florida's
special permits Management area wardens But before the final minute .
estimated 1,000 persons report: checking 10 buck deer had expired in the half, the
Final outings of the season sought game in the 149.145 confirming an additional second of the game's three
saw the BHS JV defeat acre Lake Butler Wildlife three and estimated a total of
Gainesville Buchholz for the Management Area. 15 deer taken; checked five natural gas supply: what's being done about it? i
first time in the past four fox
squirrel: 19 cat squirrel;
years, then whip Holies High winds and dry 19 quail; 16 dove; checked five FLORIDATHEATRE
After a scoreless first period wild.
hogs confirmed an
against Holies which saw the hampered
additional three and
two squads exchange!: a pair of Saturday and a light ram
estimated a total of 10 hogs
fumbles the Tornadoes drew slowed hunting Sunday.
taken; and checked 64
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touchdown pass from :Normanto Wardens at Camp Blanding
Donald Reddish. check: : points report the Fri Sat Sun
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Tornadoes To Meet Live Oak In "Must Win" Contest Fri. NightTornado I


t grldders will head is holding Live Oak down potential as anybody we've "They have the potential overall passer BHS will have 81 IS scouts say Scott can burna
for Live Oak tomorrow night says Jornov. If the Bulldog faced." The line has average offensively to move the ball faced. defense deep.Defensively .
((Friday Nov. IB) to do battleat youngsters learn correct speed but is aggressive.( against anybody" Coach Fullback Keith Scott, 155 ) the Bulldogswill
8 p.m. with the Suwannee technique they could be The Bulldogs have been Hurse states.Sophomore. 12, is a tough football player look much like the
High Bulldogs in a "must tough he adds hurting themselves via Hurse says. Scott is a short Tornadoes. They run a 5.4, a
1 l win" game if Bradford High is Mead Coach David Hurse mistakes in technique break- quarterback stocky runner, who runs hard five man front with four line
to have clear sailing into the agrees and adds, "Live Oak downs in blocking and Tim Roberts 171, is a fine and low to the ground. It will backers. Live Oak's variationis
post season state play offs. has a fine offensive line. Our fumbles the BHS head coach football player. Hurse says. take a good tackle for one man in the position of the middle
"They feel if they can beatus coaches feel I it has as much says. Roberts Is tabbed the best to stop Scott, Hurse says. guard who is moved from
it'll make their season," Two way tackle Tim directly in front of the
says Tornado offensive line Morrison a 6-3 and a half 232 offensive center to off either
coach Ted Jornov. "They BUS Girls Win District Set For StateBradford pound senior is tabbed a fine shoulder of the center

have everything to gain and football player and a college between the center and guard.
and Merri
at Gainesville's SantaFe was 15th
High's girls' cross course
lose. BHS coaches That is called
nothing to prospect by change an"offsl't
team second ( College in 9:34 at 10:21: to round out BHS
country won a Community : "
Live Oak is 4 5 on the Morrison is tough strong 50.
consecutive district title in for a In the team scoring in the district.
season after being stopped 14 aggressive and a team
Gainesville last Saturday, individual standings. Robin Schweda and Lynn
ri- 6 by Clay High in Green Cove leader.
After their
date the
earning the BHS girls a berthin Pierce who was listed as a open
Oak throws the football
Springs last week The Live Tornadoes have
doubtful everything
the state cross country Bradford High's girls won started for lastSaturday's
Bulldogs are 1-1 in District 5 tied for quite a bit. ready to play in Live Oak
meet to be held at the the district meet with a 49 meet
TIGER HARRIERS. These are the members of the Union play having lost to Buchholzof Plantation Golf and Country point team total well ahead of place at 10:27.: but did not "It they get in a stress although a few players are not
County cross country team which won a berth In the state Gainesville and having won Club in Ft. Lauderdale this nearest rival St. Joseph's figure in the Bradford High situation (meaning if they at full speed yet.
cross country meet to be held In Ft. Lauderdale this weekend over Eastside of Gainesville weekend. The BHS girls Academy of St. Augustine. St.Josl'ph's girl's team total. can't run the football) they
with a first place finish in district. Team members are front BHS is 2.0 in district play finished fifth in the state meet runners edged Miss Pierce, one of two are going to throw Coach One big boost which should
row from left: John Timmons :Mark Barrick Owavne Dukesand with wins over both Buchholzand last year. Gainesville's P.K. Yonge 96- seniors on the BUS team, was Jornov says. The Bulldogs make the BHS offense more
James Parrish. Second row Coach Ralph Walker :Mark Eastside. A win over Live 100 for second place in the hampered by an injured heel, send a lot of receivers out. versatile is that quarterback
Timmons. Ronald Thomas and Bill femme Oak in the regular season More than 100 of the state's district meet. All three top and was not expected to make They like to throw about 15 20 Jimmy Prevatt will be
finale would make the 1976
Tornadoes district top girl cross country runnersare teams in the area district will last Saturday's meet. yards deep to the weak spot in virtually at full speed for the
championswith expected to be on hand forSaturday's compete in the state meet. However a specialist gave the the zone defense. QB Robertsis first time this season. It will
mark and
3 0 give
state slatedto senior runner the go ahead for a good passer and gets the mean Prevatt will be able to
Runners Win them an 8-2 record over all. meet the competition.In ball to his receiver, Jornov sprint out and run or pass, a
Tiger begin at 9:30: a.m.
"On film they (Suwannee Ruth Hazen eighthin addition to the top three says. dimension which has been
High) are hurting in a few key Saturday's district meet, teams participating in lastSaturday's Favorite receivers missing from the Tornado
positions but other than thatthey Cindy Griffith paced the with a time of 9:58: ; Linda are split offense.
district meet end Moore 145 -12 and
Ryan ,
basically sound." BHS runners to the district Richardson was ninth at 10
The BIIS defense will have
included Lake
TitleUnion : Weir Ocala tight end Ed McDaniel 185 -
Coach Jornov. Inexperience championship last Saturday, minutes flat; Virgina
says (Forest Ocala Vanguard. 12. Moore (Is an excellent the problem of stopping Live
at key positions is whatA covering the mile and one half Crawford was 14th at 10:15: Buchholz of Gainesville the receiver with better than Oak on the ground while still

County High's cross finisher Santa Fe High at 66 (Florida School for the Deal average speed and good under pressure from Roberts
country team won its district points. and Blind and Jacksonville lands lie has a sense of passing
meet last Saturday in P.K. Yonge finished fourthin BUS Win Over Bulldogs Will Clinch District Title Episcopal. Some 60) runners finding open seams in the Live Oak runs a lot of draw
Gainesville, and, in doing so, the team standings with a participated in the district defense BUS scouts report. plays and screen passes to
earned a berth in the state 69-poinl team total, despite a A victory over Suwannee Eastside.Buchholz is also 1 -1 A win tomorrow night will meet, according to BHS Coach McDaniel. big and strong is disguise the passing game.
meet to be held this Saturdayat strong showing by Jimmy County's Bulldogs tomorrow in district play to date, with a nail down the district title for Melba Iloward. also a good receiver, with Coach Hurse says. The
the Plantation Golf and Carnes who took individual night (Friday. Nov. 18)) is a win over Live Oak and a loss Coach David Hurse and his Coach Howard said her good hands and good speed fora Tornadoes must coordinate
Country Club in Ft. honors with a time of 16:13.: necessity for Bradford High to the Tornadoes. Eastside squad "looked good" at the tight end.sleeper. their rush enough to be
Lauderdale.The Carnes will compete in the Footballers if they are to havea trails in the district standingsat squad while a loss would district meet turning in "fast f is wideout Larry effective against the pass and
2A state meet is state meet, as the top five clear shot at the District 5, 0-2 having lost to both BHS place the Tornadoes in a tie times" and "running as a Scott, 150-11, whom Roberts at the same time, guard
scheduled to begin at 8:45: individuals as well as the top championship, and another and Live Oak. with Live Oak. group. doesn't throw to much but against the run.
three teams qualified for the trip to post season play -
a.m.Mark Timmons paced the upcoming meet. win in Live Oak tomorrow
Union County runners to the John Timmons. a freshman night will give the Tornadoesa o
district title with a second finished third in Saturday's ticket into their fourth SMOKED WATER
place finish in the individual district mt'et.Iark: Barrickwas consecutive post season FOOD ADDED
standings. Timmons a senior ninth James Parrish was playoff.Bradford.
covered the three-mile courseat loth and Dwayne Dukes was High is currently
Santa Fe Community 11th to round out order of leading in the District 5 race
College in 1728.: finish for the Union County with a 2.0 district record, HAMS
Tiger harriers posted a 35 Tigers in the district meet. having beaten both Eastside
point team total! in taking( the Bill IIl'mme.ho finished and Buchholz of Gainesville.Live FAIR ('-
district title, well ahead of 12th, and Ronald Thomas Oak is 1 1 in the '
runner-up Newberry at 53 2lst. did not figure in the district. having lost to SHANK PORTION ''
points and third place Union County team total. Buchholz and winning over C!!>

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18.1976 TELEGRAPH Palle.

I ligerUefense Stops Crescent City ? I

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County imv High's DUILKK-Tigers held Union'off Jackson.tackle by The runningback galloping senior Sam, White tacked on six more in Dukes recovered a Raider away to a 13-0 lead. plays later-, halfback ,; rg4ar .k ,
setting Jackson's score. A
a fourth up fumble the Warren, who led
on Crescent City the
quarter Tiger Browning broke for
comeback playing his final home away a 74
game personal foul call against the
effort 20. But, the Tigers failed to rushing attack for the
by visiting Crescent before the Lake Butler fans, Raiders added 15 yards to the evemng yard scoring run on a draw
to capitalize on the Raider with a 107 yard total
close plowed play.
regular had
season sprints 18, 14 and three first
Tiger scoring drive IIpBrdy
play on a winning note here yards in leading the Tigers to The Tigers threatened to miscue and turned the ball his way in for the score from The Tiger defense went
last up over on downs at the 17. the nine to a 66 back
Friday night. their own 49. But the drive their lead before halftime cap yard to its old habits in
A Dominating in the third scoring drive with
strong Tiger defensive short play seven stopping a two-point
stopped of mid-field and later conversion
in the second quarter,
showing held period, 21 offensive plays to minutes remaining in the
the visiting three plays later the Tigers when defensive end Randy pass, however, and
Raiders scoreless through called on Michael Dukes to do just four, the Tigers pulled period. the visitors trailed by seven,
three quarters of play, then the punting chores. ' stopped the comeback short of Dukes booted the ball away third the workhorse on the minutes remaining In the
Its intended mark. U.C. led 6-0 twice during the first quarter, period score, carrying contest.
at the half, 13-0 after the third as did his counterpart times for 20 yards and Browning's tally spurredthe
quarter, then held off Crescent City's Larry Scott A saving the drive with a big 21 Tigers into a scoring
Crescent for the 20-12 win. strong north wind favored the and yard pass. reception on third drive, and less than one
Crescent City put the ball in Tiger kicking game in the first long.Steve minute later, White had ,
play at the 30-yard line following period, as Dukes had punts of / boot Sirmones' extra point posted another six points for
the opening kickoff. 12 38 and 39 yards, while Scott gave the Tigers a 13-0 the home team on a 43 yard
minutes of playing time later had kicks of 40 and 24 yards. edge going into the final quarterback draw play.
the Raiders were preparing to An off sides call going quarter. Sirmones' kick made it 20-6
punt from their own 37. against the Tigers and uc cc with 7:47: remaining in the
That was the story of the bringing up a fourth and one I 11 Feel Down I game.
first period, seven yards from the Raider 43, cancelledScott's 20 331 Yard Rutnlng' UO A personal foul and an un ( a Y
change in field r Y.rd..uun0 10 sportsmanlike conduct call
position. thoughts about his 7' 0 PA PC-PI
i M rt
Both squads stuck to the inside third punt of the evening on 4 34 F>unt..A... ..u going against the Raiders had
running game plan, the opening play of the second n 0 Fumble Loiff I the Tigers kicking off from the
grinding out a few tough yardson period. Scott faked the punt 30_ penalty Ydt. ------!l Crescent City 30,and going for
each four play series, with and rolled out to his right, It the on-side kick. u
was to look like '
the Tigers holding a 3-1 edge arching a long pass downfield cake a Union County failed to gain .1 t.
walk for the f :
in first downs, then punting to Intended receiver halfback While possession of the onside kick ,
and letting stubborn defensive Terry Browning. Tiger the offensive unit had attempt and the Raiders took
posted 13 points, the Tiger de
units take charge. monster back Glenn Kemp over at their own 26. Crescent
had shut down
After taking!!: the opening moved in quickly to break up Raiders to two first the City managed to work its way
just downs
kickoff the out across mid-field, to the
Raiders put together the play. a and 53 net yards on seven Willis Jackson ((24)), a junior defensive back and seniormonster
fir. -
their best r r w possessions Tiger 46, when monster back
offensive Five plays later the Tigers 0o man Glenn!
through three Kemp combine efforts to stop Crescent t
effort of the first half, 16 were on the Scoreboard, quarters of play. Kemp stopped the drive with ('Uy'. Bruce l.anuston ((23)). Tiger( defensive play shut down the
yards, against the tough Tiger holding a 6-0 lead with 9:40: remaining an interception at the UC 41. visiting Raider,
defense. 'H F'1 }rr M To top things off, the Tigers A fired Raider defense Henry llarrell, Brooker, offensive unit to just
initial up
Raider in the half. ( two first dcmns and less than
had a second and five from 73 > total offense through
drive stopped Tigers at the 45,
sputtered to a halt when
I the Raiders' eight as the and three quarters In last Fridaj's 20-12 Tiger/( victory
middle a high from centeron
Darryl Williams Jackson went the final fourth snap
knocked down a third and seven for the quarter opened. the fourth down punt try
long yards score, Low But
forgot to tell
r sent kicker Dukes all
passing the
attempt.Beginning capping a five play. 43 yard the way
Raiders the
game was back to the UC 10 to Duck Season
their first offensive scoring( drive. Fellow Wilco Warren (35)( ) breaks away from would be tackier on the over. the ball. recover Opens

possession of the game at runningbiick!!: Wilco Warren way to a good( gainer on the quirk| opener. Warren, a senior First, Crescent City's defense <
Presented with
their f and
own 14, the Tigers moved picked up eight of the touchdown running back, paced the Tiger attack a rst H
ground( against/( Crescent pushed the Tigers backto
out to goal from the ten, Ine Raidersran Wednesday Nov. 24
just one yard of the drive
shy yards, on three City rolling up 107 yards on the e\ening. the 30 forcing a Tiger punton three ,
50 to the
on three power sweeps
carries over left carries and quarterback Paul
fourth down. Then, two short side of the field, around
November 13 marked the the point value of the last bird
"" end
.d'L right to cut the Tiger lead
K5'"r N to start of the general hunting taken, when added to the sum
eight points, 20-12. with
7 BROAD BREASTED 2:43: season, but to a legion of of the point values of the other
remaining. Browning went the
Florida hunters, the main birds already taken, reachesor
final four yards for the score, event doesn't start until exceeds Kin
FOOD did but the two point run failed as Wednesday, November 24.That's Possession limit Is two legal
-I FAMOUS the subsequent on-side
1 BRANDS YOUNGRKEYS I kick the start of this year's daily bag limits.
r duck and coot season. Fulvous tree ducks and
ran over right With the exception of the canvasbacks have a point
tackle five times
picking up two opening days when the value of 100. Redhead, hen
an important first down along legal shooting hours are from mallard black duck, Florida

FAIR the minutes way off, to the run clock.the final noon until sunset, waterfowl duck, wood duck and hoodedmerganser
hunters are allowed to pursue are considered 70
The win was the Tigers'
their sport from one half points each. Having 25 point
seventh, three
against set
backs, for the hour before sunrise until values are drake mallard,
-, v SUPERMARKETS season. sunset. rlngnecked! duck, ruddy duck,
10 TO Score by quarternue Only part of the state is bufflehead goldeneye and
included in this year's federal widgeon "
-. C 16 LB CC o 0 a 0 i 0 12.11 MO regulations requiring steel Pintail,scaup, winged!( "
AAGREATGIF'TIDEA! shot in all shotguns 12 gaugeor and green winged( teal,
UC Jackson f yd. run (run failod) larger gadwall, shoveler, Americanand
FARMER GRAY "" QUICK FROZEN c Food Gift Certificates kick. UC- Worm f yd. run Slrmonot Daily bag limit of ducks is red-breasted mersanfier

SELF- TURKEYS c 55L CC.Browning. yd.run I IpMtfallad) from one to ten singly or in and all sea ducks are worth 10
COararsrsssr GIVE
BAST ING 17 LBS A GIFT 'a' S UC Whit 43 yd. run (llrmonct. the aggregate depending on points. All other species and '
wm x> v 10> Lb. u LB OF FOOD!! ] kick of ducks
,:.' > JU LB the species or sex taken. The sexes count 25 points
& UP CC- .
ifA 0 pN 111 9t rownlm 4 yd. run torn lilld) daily limit is reached when ouch i


AT ALL ._-

| Gold Medal 5 LB BAG | ANY SIZE I PANTRYPHIDK Food Gift CwllllcalMilo Flag Football Thursday, November 11. It competition.The girls were on
: : | STORES ''flr n 1i0 hi denomination was a close battle in the first the Scoreboard first with an

MWMddOOO Two girl's flag football half, but the end result found eight yard run by Tammy .
4 I FLOUR 39 ? f I DOZEN EGGS I ,: :::'M. ':;' =" I teams combined to take on the the girls ahead 4027. Denton but were unable to
The Cowboys wore tear-off make the extra point.
.. REDEEMABLE IN ANY OF OURJONVENIENTLV Bantam League, Billy Griffis, flags, while the girls The back
L rowan. MOV t* tHMU ** MOW H 17* ACM n I WITH it THU tons* MOV |1 W urn rnr ACM CNf .J wore Cowboys came
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.. Ma .YaN.I.exai LOCATED
w'J itH r 40 ON MOM' :* Trn ceo N awn.<.. M .00' MOM roaoo..r. ro.eeo.I000arl"c - mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mmtmW mm t mm mm mm mm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rr
Hudson and made the extra
I point to go ahead, 76. Tammy 4

Bargains i in Meat CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Denton touchdown,scored but again another the girls
e100551ii 010 could not make the extra
.A7 .

f Let us explain our point.The Cowboys scored once
'U energy
COMPARE : :: :, 'u" :: COMPAREBnjs more before the first half was

it w*. .imiittM. riiMwfittt, EverylteyLowPrfce over when Jeff Taylor
Beef Shoulder Steak ,,$1" 2''' AGAR r ,, '"' / ? Stewing Beef S 51" !"!' saving system intercepted a pass and ran the

It .*!MP tmm ". .. ball in for the touchdown. The
Chuck Roast 88C u I' BONELESHAMS r Lykes Smoked Picnics U59e 20'> extra point was no good), but
the boys led al halftime. 1312.
It Se I ram mm'iMt*u.
Beef i i c'ks.t k > 98e 2IEveryDayLowPrkc Sliceedacoooked Ham H" COMPLETELY In the second half the
Cowboys scored first on aIn
3 LBCAN Smoked;1 Sausage '169 30 yard run by Scott Hudson.

fjjj Every DayLowPrke 1Sri J rNWIw77NNA _... With the point-after good the
: .., Sunnyland r Sausage r M ;; INSTALLED more
comfortable 20-12 lead.
II I .
Chipped Meats 2/S9C/ "' "

Loin s Sour Cream 59.to' ," as Tammy Denton scored on a
<: 10 yard run and again on a
8 CHOPS PtNTIT MM Ml fid*ihi Ht ft A d lit five yard run, and with both
3 LEG OUAMTf MS WITH IACKS COMPARE a..Nr, American Cheese Food 30 S1490
.1 !AST OUAKTrR?, WITH BACKS r" extra points being made,
3 WING!. NECK' .IHI T >KGS. w/.551 r 05 W NM putting the girls up 26-20.
sTab Bacon -69C 20' Cheese Wedges $159 20' The Cowboys scored on a

Pigf et"Ears. Tails ,29e 20' Cream>illM mM Itl Cheese M. 5SC II' ((2-TON SYSTEM) and pass made from Hudson the extra to Taylor point

tnt IIIM>UI WMDII making the score Cowboys 27-
1 F'iiia'; r- .. 20' Fresh Pork Butts78' plus any necessary Girls 26.With .

electrical work only 10 minutes left in
the game the girls were on
'a 18 { io 'ioa the Scoreboard twice. One
touchdown was made when t
Miss Denton ran the ball 33
SAVE $$ ON ..+ yards and another when

Luana Mundorff intercepted a
n M ''rI YOUR ELECTRICBILL pass to set up a four yard run
I by Hope Jackson for the score.
Both extra points were made.


:arri.r/. new "SUPCR!

Bargains in Produce GENUINE IDAHO RED OR WHITEGRAPES Bargains in Bakery >.,. I" unit U now alto II I I) Girls'Vollej

l available. Demand
BAKINGPOTATOES PANTRY PRIDE fun to BMI tNnNNINN Girls' volleyball for those

RUTABAGAS LB 14 HOME STYLlVliOR tee efficiency comparl- 10-14 began Tuesday,
SANDWICH '' Sons before you buy. November 16 in the Old

CRANBERRIES L. 39* Carrier beat them all Armory (upstairs) Games
1OII 99 33C BREAD.- ?! up to 70% depending will be played on Tuesdaysand
CHESTNUTS L- 59* BAG LB on the brand. Thursdays from 3:30-5:30: :
$ p.m. Last day to register will
YELLOWONIONS 1601 be Friday November 19.
5$ Super Discount LOAF Teams will be selected and
I CORN 10 FOR 89* POUND 12* ., season play will begin on
FRESH Tuesday November 23.

SWEET FRESH s 00 iloo :Macrame'

{ xI Both macrame' classes are
I k1bki SERVICEALL filled and will begin Monday,

r3'ORANGES November 22. The morning
BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR class will meet from 9-noon at

CONDITION SYSTEMS Pratt Street Center and the
I r I Pumpkin Pie 'S1 k7a' NaR 89* SERVICED night class will be held from 7
n PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER to 10 p.m. in the Old Armory.
Li Economy Fruit Cake s' $1"

A' Olympic Meal Bread ->- 69c Recreation Basketball

Registration for the Junior
u (ages 10, 11, 12)) and
DAWN I DAWN I DAWN DUNCAN NINES POTTED SAVE toe i CASH Intermediate((13,14,15)! ) Boys'

.| ANGEL FOOD IICOUNTYKITCHINISYRUP Air Conditioning Basketball Leagues began
CAKE MIX the Old Armory, Pratt Street
332 W. Madison StarkoPh.
I | I
-- > m**+ Htr l-* -P
.M.* Registration will end
f nn 24ot BOTTLE Friday,
14.5oz I November 26. Practice will
22oz !* 964-77O1
LIQUID If W.JI'"J begin Monday, November 29.November .



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;MaBelle Dobbs }
Phone 4.11lomtI I I
I I'm sorry I did not have any _
new>- in the last week's issue -- ---
dm to the death of my sisterMjry JDatril
Jones 15 OZLIMIT 2

Friends of :Mrs[ Laura 7.: 7"1f5 'H. PLANTERS
riffis will be happy to learn VASELINEDATR
that she came home from 90ZBEG89C
Mrs I L
Evelyn Jones and LIMIT 2
daughter :Mrs :Margie Wells BATHBEADS
II Macclenn: visited ;Mrs[ FROM BRISTOL MYERS N POTATO
81 00
Marx Freeman in Union COMPANY PICK UP COUPON FROM THE Vaseline I: '
<\.i<>iit>ral Hospital Friday .iripeiuuAF CHIPS
Norm others \'isltangrs: [ CHECKOUT COUNTER

>'lr-laughter rneman\ \\illene;Mrs were Betty her Greene daughter Scheider and ,100'S 1 t( t) 4OZ.LIQUID' c Chips

nid children of Jacksonville 99 99 :
ill-[ Alice Cason ;Mrs[ Bessie JMHONE LIMIT 9 9
- (uiletti Freeman <01 l
">.ii.derson Mrs[ Rub Dobbs
.c''' \lr Emma .\rpil' '
..o"d1'5: [ How.ird t
\litel< of< t Lake i'itind kiffl
'I i Karl Uobb- were
'IvisItorn "
1 ,!iii" \ i lie Tuesday l
'1''I.lll1ed! with a Sarah LADIES'SWEATERS t
i I u.. ii\ :.-welr.v party at her REG HARD
'. 'nit i Thursday night with NET TO* 02 HOLD LIMIT: 2 6 9' FIRST DIMENSION i / ;
i''ik, relreshments wereer.d HAIR SPRAY . . . . VIDEO GAME UNN'' IMA'H CAAOIGAN i AND IN t,
\11"Broox Jones and :Mrs 'r i Transforms your TV screen into an FASHIONABLECOLORS 1\i i
i electronic arena for any sIze TV, any I '
Martha Bullard of Lake ClhItt'd
:MrMars[ : Freeman I in make. Play 2lPLAYERS hockey SRE$ 1 :
1 5 OZ TUBE i and smash 1 OR 4 ,
i Ill" Genera!

Earl lobbs was a 1 OR FINELIMIT ...
luirhenn guest Tuesday of her HAiRDRESSING ONE .nr. 88
laughter and tamih'. :Mr[ and i $ i
M,-. Howard Register in 11 1 4 9 G8 lM/7.
ak< i itMis \ Lf REG (
Ul'bbleIcCuJlough: 07 99 A f,
,I..t'lsmt.'dlIh an interior BORN 89 ",,-
irating party at the EARTH LIMIT 59 99MODELSMT274615REG C7
Ii lord t ommamtCenter; :. TWO MEN'S'
"iursdanight . !
:\Iac.lenll'islted' his r ( 6.95)) f.f.I
-\Iondav ter :Mrs[ :Mary[ Freeman 2 5 OZLIMIT SEKAI ADAPTER TO CONVERT TO AC . 588

1 >ngratulatioas to :Mr and GUARDSTICKDEOpORANT I TWO 59 Ea ..{1...
\li\ John Crews of Lake City "' ; WHITE OR GRAY '

'nrml'rlof Kaiford) on the 1 RIVAL CAN ; II Ali 100% COTTON ;:f
urthot a son :Nov 13 in LakeShore : ASSTD SIZES : ;
lias Hospital been named in Lake Alan Citylit :Neil' : OPENER & JUICER REG $329
mid weighed H !Ibs. 6'' ( !,; If+
'unices :Mrs Cre"s111 be i
I'membered as the former BISPftOl 88 MODEL 3573 i
i '
i !n.ii lene Taylor The I 2"I

Mi Maternal and :Mrs grandparents Robert Taylori are. 4: BOTTLE . . ONE. . . OFF UNIT AT A TOUCH'r j; :;', lull '' '.. I
\I i oi Kaiford Paternal 8 0%. : :
grandparents are :Mr and I
:Mrs John Crews. Sr of Lake -- ":
2 i OZ FOR
Butler Mi and11'5: Ernest .... +,Na.." BARNES-HIND CONTACT 129 19 99NORELCO 59c REG& 69c .t.<;.
('rvcman and son. Curtis and : .....o. LENSES PEDS )
.Mis.JlI'llson'llIe'Isited Uillene Greene Mrs of ?1f jc WEttiNG SOLUTION . 8 CUPCOFFEEMAKER F00TSOCKSAH& .r
\Iar\ Freeman Sunday *
Mi and :Mrs Gerald Griff irrj"j R
..deb'ated the birthday of all SPORT

then November. family They were born :Mrs in 11. VASELINE Petroleum ONE 4 9' ,! rOOTSOCKS :g\Jt\ I

"Ut'bhu'lcCu'llouth 75 OZ LIMIT ,.
: and
daughter Debra Lynn. :Mike! 1,I JELLY . . / ,DRIP MATICALLY FILTER REGULATES AUTO ] YOUR /:.\-A ; 1 %,
CHOICE: > > '
tmlli.s and his wife. Shellynut TEMPERATURE AND 8 xr .... .:;
grandmother.: Mary BREWING TIME 2 28 :'lMODE1129 :)
!FI'c'eman. Jim Sims Roy 4 "
ngletary) also celebrated ,"._*<;, "'
''hen birthdays with them with 9' X 12' ASSTD. COLORS REG 26 99 47 ,"' :-;. : :
I"rlhdaronnel' Others 3 9 OZ JAR 3: r,r\
1I1t'l1dmg1.1'1..' Calvin Griff. CONSTRUCTIONPAPER w. :
si. 'DI Kaiford. :Mrs Earl : L]
'obbIr: !> Treva :Newmans -
,UK: children Gordon and PONDS VINYL TOTE BAG PIPER rJ

Kiherd xmna of ot S Lake!Jrke.ButlerMi and Tommy PAK OF 42 i Z CORY .GLASS \I>1

i 3 TO 5
'ab% i>f Lake Butler attended 't ) 89c i H1

,huri.h hurch of at Raiford the First Sunday Baptist LIMIT ONEDESITIN i 15" SIZE .REG.599. . . 488 : PETITE r)
Friendsof :Mrs Werdna 48, 'i I ;! ?
Moixlv will be happy to learn
he, I is home from Bradford 'u Ii s 16" SIZE .REG.799..6" I HEAf RESISTANT HIGHEST I:.j:
1 mm-\ Hospital after major Y ;; j |! QUALITY GLASS ..j

really-.urgers MrGerald well\\e again!pray she Griffis is soon a .NOS (i 17" SIZE .REG. .. .9.9. 788 : RED 1 99 LI ':q

1Ii'Ilissa Griffis and Debra 70 CT WIREBOUND i
,i.-' McCullough: and :Mrs STANADYNE f ':<
i-jil: [Dobbs were business TOUCH PULSATING 1. ; i ,I. ;E
Mtors m Gainesville .! CONTROL : 244 ",1
# '
MondavMi f"
8 INCH X 10'/ INCH x t
and Mrs Wayne Jones SHOWER i t l
,aid Jo Ette of Jacksonville f tH
md :MiEdna Cason of :
: "
Mail'lennv were recent guests .: t; ?' MODEL 20910 : CHOICE f'

JI'oui Mi and deepest:Mrs sympathy Earl Dobbs to I 3/ 00,1 t 1 : GLUE .F' ,

'the m her tamely recent. of:Mrs passingA :Mary Jones BABY FRESH a/I ,If 1 0 88 ,. I i I iVOUR'' 02, OR =,
memorial dinner was held .-I FOR A MASSAGE IN YOUR !
'i; j
it the home of Willie Carter : ,. j i REG. ;::;.;::;, j !
'for his deceased wife :Mrs : 4 STREAM OR PULSATING 12.99 '-::::;;' j PASTE
t.illian. Tarter whose funeral 1 !
Norm of those attending, were 1. q
Park, :Mrs Effie 100Z I
.. 6 j
''revs :Mr and :Mrs Edgar LIMIT JUST MINUTES' eaJ'
Faulkner of Jacksonville and I DEStTIN', TWO i LITTLE MAC i$ !
Mi and :Mrs David Hendrix SKIN CASE C '. .....,,.. 39 .' .
and family of Lake Butler REG. ) \I :,
:Mrs Treva :Newmans andlaugher \ 69 REG 49c EA. # $16.99 L" F R .
( Donna of Starke '... .1lJ'lj
visited:Mrs :Mary Freeman in !
1'mon General Hospital !last 1488 } \
Sunday They also visited an ayola $ ? ROYAL FLUSH
uncle Oad Dobbs who was ill 100 i
in the hospital also.
Friends of Mr and :Mrs F R L I f I
Danny Thomas will regret to i BOWL
learn they moved to Lake
Butler We hope they will be FLAVOR HOUSE ..Y \ j '
happy in their new home VALUABLE J
Miss Jan :Norman; of 12OZ .-.. DO IT TOUISILf
4 9/02 SAFE
Lakeland visited her mother. .
Mrs :Norman, and r-I I --' PEST CONTROL i ,- \ aEASYTINSTALI. ;
family and to attend MWS AND LADIES ; FREE USE OF A S9cVW.

Kaiford Some t of Baptist those.Church visiting last in I TiMEX WAtCHES i-/-; 12 fi 3 BUG CHEK I j Kfc'. 4r If ;

Sunday were1' and Mrs REG $1 19 LIMIT TWO 1 .
Edgar Faulkner. Mrs. Effie r '" BY BABCO ::1"
Crews of Jacksonville and Mr /' 8.* ;
and :Mrs Cecil Eiland of '
Orange Park. oAc ; IA% ';\ I

Juanita Some ol Harris those visiting in North!Mrs | OFF REG. PRICE \ LI

Gainesville Florida Regional other Hospital than her in U 7 I MANY MANY OLJ8.J. THRU CHOOSE'NOV, ,o. 76 _
husband were mother !Mrs FROM. J CHARGE IT! [BANKAMEHICAROl
Ruby Rickerson of Lake t I
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November 18, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page .
a aT RagR Free NewsletterTo


nil more than two million prescriptions each month Our volume means lower prices, and prescriptions'resnest ; ; rL R EIR

1 from the possible drugs exactly as your doctor ordered. f 'ROM THE SAM Household Hints

? i Mrs. Becky Giebeig, your
99I1 extension home economics
agent, offers all Bradford and
Union County people the
ANNOJR.DE COLD SINUS AND d opportunity to receive a free
HAYFEVER TABLETSCORICIDIN ejd'I one-page monthly newsletter
3.607OZ. packed full of household hints,
facts and the announcementsof
coming programs.

Some of the coming pro
61f2 FOOT grams include: Quick Christmas
Meals and Decor, Making
TOOTHPASTE 25 TABLETS DOUGLAS Windows Beautiful, Drapery
c FIR Workshop, Cancer Facts
dlnp01tt"WSIJ E : Women Should Know,Fashion
; | Focus, Fair, Home Repairs,


TWO LIMIT ONE! A free All! of Please these programs contact Mrs.are
tree the
you coo Giebeig at 964-6554 or at
after year. {Easy to use yearassemble Agriculture Building on North
and lak. down 301 in Starke if you would like
pactly fo Pack' com- to receive this "NOTES 'N'
easy storage. 3A88 NEWS" newsletter or have
questions concerning home
economics This service is
1 REG. free to all people without
BOX OF 12 29.99 regard to race, color or national -

PAPER LsWSB (From Page 8))
;- 20 INCH
BALLSBICYCLE AND FOil Butler, Jim Love of Starke,
r y r ASSORTED' Mrs. Pearce Crews Mr. and
f.W REG 7 99
\ Mrs. Pee Wee Williams of
BOX pi '" 26 INCH REG 49C Lawtey, Mrs. Kay Baillie of
,aIB OF !99 i EXTRA- [77 m Starke and Rev. Hugh Waltersof

i. REG 89 88 90+Compression.Maxium _____________ WIDE) Raiford.
: :. dn- REG 2.39 Classmates and friends of
.' BLACK & SILVER 12/1/ lance withMaxium r Yi, Ll c Mrs. Brenda (Mattox)
SCULPTURED' SILVER METAL dur I,., Cowart gave her a stork
FLAKED. BODY. CONTOURED 8 .. ability. ray t!, shower Tuesday night of last
MOTORCYCLE I SADDLE 798 week at the Lakeside
I ) E Butler. Mrs. Cowart received

LOW PROFILE CROSS BRACE HANDBAR I'I"\ JUMBO 1 IGyT SET -, TAGS $ Delicious many lovely refreshments and useful gifts.of

\, 7 ROSEBUSHES cake and punch were servedto
!! SEALS the many friends enjoyingthe

/ lllll"1/Ii .1 RE199488 189 REG Our occasion.deepest sympathy to

Ill llllllllllllllllllllllll l l l !!, !-!11.111111111/11/1111111111.f1111/llllllllllllllllllllAl/1/. /!/ / i GRADE FINEST QUALITY NO T and Mr.family and Mrs.on H.G.the death Barrington of her b'
: '
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111u11111\ \\ \ \ / mother, Mrs. Poole of

\\ \\\ \ \\\IIIII111\\\\\\\\\\ r REG. 1 19 yl :" % ASSORTED sorrow comfort Dowling is you our Park.prayer.each May in your God ,r

FAN FORCED Trr. The chicken supper
t I CHRISTMAS Tuesday night for those
i GALAXY BASEBOARD HEATER '- REG.H IDAYDESIGNS attending was very enjoyable the Mission and Stud
81 991IIIIII1I 166
t.. r0 CARDS Michael Dobbs was a
HIGHEST' OLlAlIT'SI THERMOSTAT 88 < . business visitor in Lake City
.; SET 2 3 Wednesday.Mrs. .
'INSTANT AT REG 21 99 I F011 Jacksonville in spending
,. SQUARE GIFT BO xES several days here this week as t,
f t-j PAK OF guest of her mother Mrs.
i Freeman.
ASSORTED PRINT PLANTER JP Ri FIVE Mary Earl Dobbs visited Clarence
. r Dobbs in Sanderson Friday
16 HIGH' REG. 8119 BOXED Anderson spent several days /
PLANTS NOT this week in St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Shyrell Crawford of
100, NYLON BINDING' w Lawtey visited her
COLORS PATTERNS I DELUXE Hospital Friday night.!
REG 97 99 REG METAL 1 LB. BOX Lester Dobbs of Gainesvilleand
99c R.L. Dobbs of Nashville,
STAND TREE369FITS Tenn. visited Mr. and Mrs.
REG Earl Dobbs Friday afternoon.
/ Friends of Mrs. Tressie
McCallister will regret to
learn she is ill in Bradford Co.
Reg. Hospital. We pray she is soon
DROP-IN 110 CARTRIDGE TWIN LENS I! BY MONSANTO $1 e s{ well and able to come home.
REG $21.99 ,! LOOKS LOot Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dickenswon
POCKETCAMERA i "DRESS'ALO".SS'DR O. h, l L $10 and $2 in the Winn
a + Dixie Horse Races.
y 5 YOU*
REG OOOHWAY. Friends of Raiford's First
!< 3.99 FLATHEADS \: ; i Baptist Church will be happyto
-. !
} 344 Ili learn that a steeple was
: i' < DART GAME N I added to the church last week
which has improved its
MENTHO- appearance very much. We
1888 / were also proud to have float
I 3 REG MEN1MdLYtaNgt from our church in the
;- } r 3 # 399 W""r'h LYPTUS Homecoming Parade for the
\ { .
first year.
\\r ; t 4 ) SAFE WON MAR WALLS! Mrs. Bessie Sapp returned
t COUGH last Friday from a visit to her
j i relatives in New Smyrna
USES 5 DIFFERENT KINDS POLAROID More Fun than a pillow fight! Beach.
II visited Mr. and Mrs. Rea
L TRANSMISSION1'\ Brunner last Thursday night.
CAMERA REG Mrs. Willene Greene and
I -_ SOFT INFLATABLE 59c daugher,Mrs.Betty Scheider,
FLUID I TOY ONE PAIR LIMIT aaC and children Donna Ray and
IN EACH PKG TWO Donald of Jacksonville, were
vd.''"-- f % \ FOR Friday luncheon guests of Mr.
[D D REG 9 ;, i v and Mrs. Earl Dobbs.
\ '
25.95 219 : Mr. and Mrs. Steve
....... f unilubeMl I$ .. Newsome of Lake City visited
II REG her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

47,. I i J church Louis Marton with them and last attended Sunday.Mr. .
**MO cownow*
U \ .and Mrs. Elix Marton of
Lake City visited Mr. and
#099 POLAROID SX-70 tt I I TWICE THE Mrs. Louis Marton last

.-.. .; PRINTSLM Monday night.
/ \ I AND TWICE Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm

i I O ie COLOR ..,J CLADDING \, --_ -z-.ta Tompkins Tompkins of Jasper and formerlyof Nanna
Film Prints Raiford attended the
519 I luncheon for retired prison
FILM REG I Gel, an extra sol ol prints with every roll ol
\ ..,- workers at John Whitehead'sfarm
\-. FILET KNIFE \ 229CLICK 188 color or black and white dim" developed and The
.. ""'" Saturday.
FORSX- ri' t i attendance was down
\. WITH SHEATH ACTION MECHANISM, THAT MAKES Kodak Film somewhat this year but we all
REALISTIC HARMLESS SOUND enjoyed seeing old friends and
; 4Jt When you pick up your developed film and of course the delicious
\ / S.W.A.T.BULLHORN prints buy two rolls of Kodacolor, or black luncheon the men had workedso
GAF SUPER 8 REG. t. and while film tar the regular pnce of one hard to prepare.Mr. .
f'1 1O.99 799 REG TODAY AND EVERYDAY and Mrs. H.G.
/ Barrington and children
.? ,
MOVIE : AMPLIFIES" VOICE Hope and Hal have been
?i REG. 199d WITHOUT\ BATTERIES called to Live Oak due to the
; Firm, !minim | ./blade ;JP serious illness of Mrs.
49 t''IC.hn; : ;
F I LM' and handle. Idol gutting.ete. Barrington's mother. Our
.7..., .Comn in I handsome shiith wnhbelt prayers are with them.
'w loop. [ Friends of Mrs. Inez
(]\ Addison will be happy to learn
1 I IQQOP that she has moved back to
her home here after many
Recent guest of Mrs. Inez d

m: !(!) [pD(!) 0iJaB13] ![ i Alfred Addison Addison were Mr.and Rev.and family Hugh Mrs.ofGainesville.

Walters and Mr. and Mrs. .j
831 Walnut St. Starke. Monroe Kittler.




10 TELEGRAPH :November' JH. 1976

. Trashy Problem Trustees OK Correction Of State Deficiencies I

addition to the hospital that deficiencies corrected. previous payroll of $18.500. public and anyone can attendand
Bothers The Bradford County high rates of unemployment. Includes expansion of the Edmondson explained all Before adjourning board the times of the meetings
Hospital Board gave the go Bradford County has an emergency room, radiology, items that would not be cover member Bill Dampier requested are advertised locally
ahead recently for the unemployment rate of 7.7 laboratory areas to include a ed under the grant applicationwill that all hospital
and trash was the plore the legality of such necessary repairs and percent compared to the blood bank. Also included in be taken care of by that personnel be periodically
related discussion to correct the national average of 7.4. date. If the grant applicationis reminded that dealing
center of much coverage purchases the project Is a new roof, a they are ---'REPLACE
during a meeting of Garbage was also the topic deficiencies the state Plans for the hospital sprinkler system, upgradingthe favorable he would write a with the public and to be as
the Hampton City Council for discussion hen Hampton licensing board found that will project were first made in dining room and new air letter to the licensing board courteous as possible. It was BROKEN
Monday, November= 1. resident Mrs. Josephine 'OI1'tame not be covered under the 1972 but money has not been conditioning equipment. explaining the situation and agreed to bring up courteous
City Clerk Mary Lee Allen came before the council public works grant the available for construction to The board authorizedadministrator he felt the stale board wouldgo manners at hospital head
brought up the subject first demanding information about hospital hopes to receive begin in any year The North K.D. along(\ with a delay to meetings. GLASS ,in
during Monday's meeting the responsibility for the Chairman Bill Dodd signed Florida Regional Health Edmondson to ask for bids on rectify all the deficiencies. Chairman Dodd said that if
when she informed council cleanup of trash. !Mrs. Fon the application form for the Planning Council will meet a commercial freezer to In other business the public had a complaint j5P( R DOORS
members she was "in hot taine noted that trash had grant under Public Law 94- Oct. 27 to consider correct a deficiency that was Edmondson presented to the about the hospital or hospital
water" over the matter of the been strewn near her aim(; President Ford recently applications. They are then cited by the state licensing entire board the figures for employees it would be SAFETY
city providing orkml'n's property( signed into law the $2 billion sent to the state clearinghouse board. The freezer now in use the payroll that reflect the 8 appreciated if they would ACRYLIC
compensation for private "I I refuse to plOy 10-cents for bill thatI 111 make funds and then to the Federal will not cool to the required percent across the board pay bring it to the attention of I the w i1h U
garbage collection contractor bags to collect this I trash and available for construction and Development Authority.The temperature of zero degrees raise that was included In the board or to Kdmondson's: PLASTIC
Jasper Byrd. :Mrs Allen the labor to bag it when 1 had renovation in arras that have total project is expectedto Fahrenheit. Oct. 20 payroll. The new attention rather than speaking, /
brought up the matter following nothing to do with putting! it cost $779,000 for the The board authorized payroll comes to $19,800 through! a third party. Dodd
approval by council there Furthermore I expect purchase of glass to enclose weekly compared to the said the board meetings are

members for the clerk to pay it to"be taken away told by the Keystone Eyes Federal :Funds the front office, at the price of Jfc I Jj.. Jl.; Jtt.,; il,; 11JBL.; .; J:.;t JM..; >L.1.1vtv. .li fit >L >t. ..MTI .
the city's past due comprehensive city, Mrs: Fontaine the $272 from Shea's Glass of j --y- -yy- -v.X -
insurance bill. The council Gainesville a lower price If
bill had been due in August A related observation was For AirPark one could be found. The glass J
On the matter of workmen's made concerning! the trash lit will be installed by the 1hospital's I ANNOUNCING gr
compensation for Byrd tering the entrance of a local Keystone Heights city when someone must come up maintenance >
Councilman (Hank[ Lott came business. with "a chunk of
officials are exploring the good money department. Two television j>X
out against the coverage! possibility of applying for to resurface the primary sets will be purchased from Dr. R.E.
prompting considerable discussion. .1-11 Turku Shoot federal funds for land runway in order to keep the Winkler Electric of Starke for "{ Dopson
which closed when planning and improvementsat facility In a safe condition. $760 unless a lower price is Jo
council members asked ('flyAttorney the city owned Keystone submitted.The "">* Chiropractor & LEX GLAZE Is bAft Foe
Richard \\l'ltV to ex- Set Siit. On SH-I /00 It was also explained that board clear, non 'FFP1D0P
Airpark, most of which lies in approved {J t {z rysisl Oi
of the master plan
Bradford County progress purchase of two surplus allowing, guaranteed ..eCS'hallerproof.
A Turkey Shoot is set Saturday Dave Lee Department of would be monitored by a compressors for $50 each to "V X Safe _
An Shaw Set ', :November; 2at) Hart Transportation specialist, and manager to make sure it is replace two that are not > Is Moving as no sharp cutting .w ?_
Feed Store on Sll-100) at the Jim, Keen, of DOT'S planning progressing properly. repairable. 't j dges. Easy to cut, .,aeCMN.: ,At'
December .I \ core or saw Comes 7, "f" ".,,'"
Union County line beginningat section, told the officials that The state licensing board {* To His # n standard sheet """."... '''''.'.
10 a m an approved master plan and Airport manager Mel has given the hospital until Jo Office ics. ate. mM, '
Iiil1UelennThe The Green Acres 4-H Club any airpark improvementsmight Turner predicted that within Dec. 31 to hay! the "")0 XX Priced like class. """'
will have sandwiches and be eligible for funds 15 years the Gainesville { At your Hardware, Lumber
Macclenny Art Group other goodies available. through the Airport airport will have reached its 864 North Temple # and Building Supply Store)
and Beta Sigma Phi Sororityof Proceeds from the Turkey Development Aid Program capacity, and the overflow SEWING MACHINE {X /VARPBROS./
:Macclenny, Fla. are Shoot and sale will go to support They added that anythingthat from that facility will be SERVICE Jo Suite C." Chicago6065Piongoio
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planning a large outdoor arts the club's activities is undertaken and spread around to other areas, Clean.d Adlu.d"o jJ Vein
and crafts festival in within the next two including Keystone He also 011.5 R.par.d8a1r.crlon .' {
approved Starke Fla. ACME Hardware
downtown :Macclenny. noted the potential for O..r.nr.w'Il 32091 &
Legilall would receive 90 per S..vlca Char..
A111 t'un years
December 4. industrial development at the {t
federal Another
Many of the area's best lnnohn.e.linnerAmerican cent five cent would funding.come from airpark and said the city had JAMES: STIUCKLASD Jo Open 9-6 Daily & Building Supply ,
C j
per "" *
artists plan to display a state funds and five per cent already missed some industryby Corner Morgan Road & )0IIIghwoy
variety of art work inluding oil not being ready for it. 16 TI" 301 E. Call St.
paintings, water colors and Legion Post 56, from the city itself. After two 4r 4 44Mv My My 4lfv 1t Jy[
the federal share will Starke FLa 32091
acrylics. Crafrwork will range 720 Edwards Road in Starke, years .
from handmade quilts to will have its annual membership drop to 80 per cent
Christmas ornaments and and holiday dinner Turner said that Keystone EtaGLE
gifts to lawn furniture. Tuesday night, :Nov 23 7 p.m. should be vitally interested in
Both spaces are still Post Commander Bob improving the airport, and
available for display and Paterson also announced that stressed the need for
sales of any original art or all members of Post 56 and formulating a master plan for
craft items. Booths for home their wives are invited to future development He n't fact.
a ..
pointed out that the city is
baked goods are also attend the dinner Past
available. Applications may commanders have a special required to formulate a land $010 M UGU
be obtained by phoning invitation to attend. use plan, in any event, under 6"ANSI'/ THAN ANVWHUI '
of theComprehl'nslve Oil M FIOIIDA.
Brenda Swisher, ,i904)) 239- Department Adjutant Dyke E requiremetns '
3641, Carol Baker, <904)! ) 259- Shannon from Orlando is Land Use why prke!
2782 or Carmean Furr ((9<>4> expected( to be the special Planning Act. and that the airport
259-6846 guest plan would lift some of
Refreshments will be the burden from city planners
served from 6:30: to 7 for this phase of the program. t
Unit 1'rubh'ii. p.m dinner at 7 pm and a If the city does not get into
very brief after the ADAP program now.
Il" ", nrlda Om ;11" d1 dinner. Turner said, he foresees the itc-d
time Mess' than five >ears>
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November 18, 19711 TELEGRAPH Page 11I

I Community NewsBradford Southside News HAMPTON AREANEWS I

By Linda Ilildebran get some PE equipment. Each
County Chapter of class will collect and send to

(he NAA.CP. met Monday ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER worship, 7:30: p.m.; Monday SPECIAL EVENTS: Mr. Lewis each Friday. Our
night at Pleasant Grove night prayer meeting, 7:30: goal is 5,000. Student council By Dolores Meng around home than he did at
United Methodist Church.Mr. Thursday night ; Nov 17 All-star football will help select the premium.On Phone 468-1913 the hunting camp. They had a
from 7:30-9 a.m. Lovefeast service prayer
: :30 p.m Out of 3pm. squirrel cookout and a few for
Tuesday Nov 9 49 fifth
meeting, 7:30: game Lawtey and
town Mt. Moriah ; Friday night
guest weekly services
and Mrs. Robert Austinof Harris of Jacksonville.was Mrs. Joyce begin with prayer meeting Bible study, 7:30: p.m.; South lde. graders made a trip to the Among those who need our the freezer.
courthouse to observe circuit help at this time are:
Lawtey celebrated their Tuesday night 6:30: choir rehearsal Sunday at 5:30: p.m. Y.P.U. Nov. 19 All-star football
; Ed Westlund who is HAMPTON ELEMENTARY
30th wedding anniversary Philadelphia game between Starke Elementary court. The Honorable Tench a
CHURCH NEWS Wednesday night, 6:30:
medical at Alachua SCHOOL NEWS
with a party given by their Church, Rev. W. Mayberry and Southside. All- was presiding. patient
Sunday services will ,
court. The Honorable General Hospital, Room 450. Wed., Nov. 24 is scheduledas
children Mr.
and Mrs. Lonnie pastor. Service activities star volleyball game between
Pleasant Grove begin with Sunday school 10 as
and Mt. Benjamin Tench was Ed has already received six a Teacher Planning Day.
Johnson Jr. of
follows Starke
Jacksonville girls
: Sunday school at 10 Elementaryand
; Morlah a.m.,
United morning worship, 11
Mrs. Vera Methodist presiding.We blood transfusions.The Nov. 25 and 26 are Thanksgiving
Diggs Starke; Church a.m. and at 3 the a.m., communion service, 11 Southside.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Austin Willie a.m. and 4 Everyone Is Nov. 23 Annual "Turkey- were not able to stay for Gainesville Civitan Holidays; therefore,
Stitt Methodist Women will p.m.
pastor.Service activitiesas meet Blood Center Monday and Tuesday will be
the duration Regional
Jr., Lawtey and Sherrill and Invited bowl" football game between of the trial, but
follows: Monday night Bethlehem located at 1330 N.W 13th the only days children will be
Ronnie Austin of Lawtey. Freewill Ebenezer and New Bethel Southside 5th and 6th grades. we did see how the prospec-
Baptist Church Rev
weekly services began with Street donations expected at school.
a cf
After dinner tive jurors are questioned and accepts
Mr. and Mrs. Kaptlbt Churches, Rev. L.R.
meeting of the NAACP Jasper Williams, pastor. Service
at 7:30: selected to blood from 8 a.m until 8:30:
Austin Davis ACTIVITIES serve.
opened their from pastor. Service activities :
gifts activities follows,
pm, Tuesday
The students impressed p.m., Monday through Friday
guests and as follows were
family. A :
fall Choir weekly services begin with the weekly ser
arrangement of gold rehearsal; Wednesday vices begin with Each grade level will collect when we stood for and from 9 a.m. until l p.m. on i Hot dog on bun,
and snap night, prayer meeting; Thurs Tiny Tots rehearsing Monday prayer food to make Judge Tench to enter as the Saturday. Phone 377-6906; if cole slaw, baked beans,
dragons meeting, Thanksgiving
orange mums decorated day night bible night; Tuesday night prayer 7pm. Tuesday and
study 7:30 is desired. At applesauce milk.
the table. : night; Sunday services begin .baskets for needy. The call "Hear ye, hear ye" came appointment ,
Twenty pm.; Sunday services will meeting; Wednesday night from Deputy Robert Green. this time you can specify your TUESDAY: Turkey &
with baskets will be
Sunday school at decorated in
enjoyed the 9:45
persons occasion Senior choir will have : ,
begin with Sunday school at 10 a program service 11 the holiday theme. We heard the presentation of blood Is for Ed V'estlund. for a Dressing, Giblet Gravy,
I.. :1 hour ; Thursday night story evening morning service, 7pm, a.m., To celebrate Children'sBook the charges, introduction of member of your own family, Sweet Peas, Sweet Potato Pie
at the church Friday
for in need. Donors Cranberry Sauce Hot rolls
New Week the accused, attorneys and or anyone ,
Bethel Nov.
night Junior choir rehearsal Baptist Church, ( 7.13)), the library -
The First Born Church of services as follows: Wednesday had a contest to choose witnesses, and the swearing in need only be healthy and from and milk.
three of the prospective jurors as ages 17 to 66 and of a generous Mrs. Noelle Silk's kinder-
the Living God Elder S.V. night prayer meeting and favorite books of the
Cohens, pastor. Service, activities bible study, 7:30: p.m., Sunday boys and girls. Voting was they were called to be questioned nature. the garten farms class on enjoyed Mr and a visit Mrs.to
school, 10 a.m. held all during Book Week Mrs Register and
iuli. ra as begin follows with: Weekly services Free Caanon True Church of and the favorite books chosen, Mrs. Oweq Akridge accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Tommy C.L. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs.
prayer ser Parker and lost their Arthur McRae in Starke
sons on
God In l'nlty, Elder Sampson were: K, I & 2 grades -
vice Tuesday night, 7:45
: p.m.; home on Nov. 10 by fire. Mostof Nov., 5. Highlights of the trip
White, pastor. Weekly Goggles by Ezra Jack Keats
Friday night Tarrying Ser- ser- ; included
SOUTHSIDE PTA NEWS the furnishings were also feeding young hogs,
3-4 Old Yeller
begin Tuesday grades by Fred
vices, Sunday school, 10:30: night destroyed. It would be a nice riding ponies, and watching
a.m., home mission 11:30: with prayer meeting, 7:30: ; Gipson; 5-6 grades All About Several weeks ago it gesture to offer assistance to while sugar cane was cut,
a.m. and at 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W. Wednesday night, 7:30: Horses by Marguerite Henry. became apparent that there this fine family who lived in ground, and boiled down into
Liquid Chicken and-or exchange service with Tarrying Service; Friday Another way we celebratedChildren's were many needs at Southside the Longchamp home on syrup. Mothers who
night Bible study Sunday Book Week was to
Gainesville Church. ; ser- and
Elementary no
money South 301 next to Archer accompanied children
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church vices begin with Sunday hang 3 new mobiles that were was available to pay for them. Funeral Home. were Mrs. Dianne Davis, Mrs.
FertilizerDelivered Services as follows: Sunday school at 10 a.m., morning made by Mrs. Lawrence'sCombination So what does a school do whenit Joann Horne, Mrs. Diane

school will begin services service, Ham.; evening ser 3rd and 4th needs money? It calls on its Store coupons are still being Bruno, Mrs. Linda Powers
Sunday at 10 a.m. morning vice, 7pm.Greater grade class. Also, posters PTA and the PTA tries to collected by Mrs. Bobbie nd Mrs. Clairnell Branham.On .
& Spread For You service, 11 a m., which concludes Allen Chapel were hung honoring Book come up with some Idea thatwon't Murner who turns them over Nov. 10 this same active
A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G. Week as well as Education
services for the day be offensive, or objectionable to the Starke Church of God to class had a cooking lesson
God's Miracle and Deliverance I leas tie, pastor. Service schedule Week (Nov. 14-20). but will be liked
be used for maintaining an which included paring and
Outreach For All as follows; weekly ser- Southside Is trying to and used lot of
$100erTon 468-1985 Peopleof by a people. orphanage in Tennessee. slicing fresh apples, cooking
Church of God and Holiness vice Tuesday night prayer Improve our cafeteria Above all else, a project that them and seasoning with
Inc., 1114 Oak Street, Elder meeting and class meeting; manners and each day classesare would make money for the SENIOR CITIZENS sugar spices. The little ones
Singleton, pastor. Overseer, Wednesday evening, 4:30: rehearsal observed and recognizedas PTA. .
6 Tons To The Truck Members of the Hampton then enjoyed the snack of
for Christmas being the best for that day.
I.Z. Montgomery Sr Sunday program How do you pay for a new Senior Citizens Club who apple sauce.Everyone.
W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. T'' school at 10 a.m. morning Sunday school teachers Southside Elementary will basketball court or lights for enjoyed a delicious fried at the school
worship 11 a m evening meeting Saturday, 5:30: p.m. be collecting Post box-toes toe the ball field, or a storage chicken dinner in the appreciates the gift of bunk

house or tumblemats for the lunchroom of Hampton beds donated by Mrs. Betsey
PE Department? Well, the Elementary School on Nov. 10 Hersey.
answer Is very simple- were: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Following a good paint job
MONEY. Cosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. by our efficient custodian,
The Southside PTA has Dennison, Mrs. Sue Brannen, Wiley Sweat, these beds have
chosen a very special productto Mrs. Josephine Fontaine, been set up in the health room.
sell in order to raise the Mrs. T.F. Brown and Mrs. Gratitude goes also to Mrs.

VALYw ,/ necessary money for these Evelyn Vaughan. This group Ernestine Denmark for the
projects.) Students will betaking appreciated the friendlinessand mattresses she furnished for
orders beginning to- hospitality of everyone at these beds. Mrs. Diane Davis
1 morrow, November 19, for the school and plan to return was the first volunteer motherto
McCormick's SNEEZE. soon. make up the beds which are
v g l1Aw PROOF PEPPER, CRY- The Club plans their next used quite frequently.

PROOF ONIONS DELICIOUS meeting for Friday, Nov. 19,
.,kN v w r l lMOS. SEASONING SALT, at 7 p.m. in the City Hall and Mark Hodges was a +,
and the BEST BACON BITS Recreation Center.It welcome visitor to the school $
you ever ate. All of these recently when he brought
items are of the very finest pays to stop and look along numerous arrowheadsand
quality and come in individual around these days. Have you Indian tools which he has
bottles that sell for $1.50 eachor ever seen the scenery so collected from local areas. "
in a set of four for $6.00. lovely with the gorgeous On his lectures in all the
This is a perfect Christmasgift colorful leaves and foliage? classrooms, Mark drew
or treat yourself to a set. "You do not have to go to the pictures of an Indian Chief,
{y To make this project really Carolinas for a magnificient and demonstrated to the
1 interesting, we have providedsome view,!" Mrs. Charles Hicks children how Indians survivedon
1'T unusually nice prizes for remarked. the land by hunting with 1
.r. the top sellers In the school. hand made bows and arrows
First prize for the overall top Robbin Wadsworth, They made clothing from furs
seller will be a Panasonic 12' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and skins of the animals they

rL ., TV. The top three sellers from Jerry Wadsworth enjoyed the had killed, using the meat for
Kindergarten through Second weekend In Jacksonville.While .

VALUE_PLUS! VALUE PLUS! _EPLUS! SLYE 1,10 SAYE 12% VALUE l S. SAYE 1SXf, PLUS4.88 i Grade will have their choice of there she attended a food.He
a "Snoozee Bear," rod and dinner party in honor of her gave interesting

1.97 4.94 1.99 251.OO 1.00 2.97 4.87 reel, or a pocket radio. Third great grandmother, Mrs historical facts about the
through Sixth Graders top Katherine Wadsworth, who Crete and Seminole Indians
choose from a was celebrating her 88th which were known to have
pocket lived in this
J camera, or vicinity.

every student that meets his : On November 3 Mr. Donald

VALUE Ills! VALUE PLUS! SAYE 27% VALUE PLUS! or her quota and sells 6 salad TO BUS BAND Helle, a local beekeeper,
I !!,!J ", !:: sets will) win a Duncan Elec- entertained the students when

1"TNACT 10" PEDESTAL 97c 1.00 '." ....'-j. tric yo-yo or a Wham-o-Glow The Bradford High School he brought in a beehive
FASNION TOLL '' Tell WITB l r A Jt,20 tordl NAImM Frisbee. Band is to be congratulated on containing active workers.
ex.""' ] :: Parents will be encouragedto the State I Superior rating The children were also
2 9 8 1eS t 4.9 9 YAIUE } US. J Me ROLL MICE' .Yit.I";.2>,% help their children by they received on Nov. 13 in interested in the Illustrations
., a showing the set at work and competition with many other Mr. Helle showed
Pr tow Pact F -vA 'a DISCOUNT 4,9d Chaos w 50 U !S** ftiipw ftml iTlWMtH FOIL.dlr. met 77 c taking orders. So be on the schools! demonstrating the parts of the

.Mnitili rat kascau"T|t PRICE tow DISCOUNT PRICE ( ti diets ip tin mart U1ldlJ DISCOUNT'.''C!WAS OT lookout for this fine, useful, Although the weather was bodies of bees and their
Mud eat ; 10 PC. TEA in FOR 4 WITH a ,? pjctiin. dtiiiuJOMDO 20-OULR MINI PETAL SET but inexpensive product. Re damp and chilly in functions. He told them how
/ A TEA TROLLEY WiIAOlI1lINEINA ICT10Hv member this is only a TEN Gainesville that day, it was a nectar is gathered, how
DAY SALE. All orders must thrilling day for this group beeswax is made and what is
be in by Monday, Nov. 29 and and their supporters. Among necessary to be done before
phone orders in to 964-6616 by those from the Hampton area the honey is ready to.eat.
Nov. 28.Thank. helping to make this award Mr. Helle has children,
SAYE CfiVflIIEp IP ? you for your local possible were: Gene Joyner, Eugene,Debbie, and Karen in
0.00.88 support We can all be Lisa Mitchelli Cassie Riddick, the school, and they must
( winners on this project. I and Bruce have been proud to have their
Wolford. father give so much
-...... y J.R. "Jim" Lawson They are all looking forwardto interesting information to
UIIITWIIiIT I-I'EE. T President, Southside PTA performing again with the their friends. Due to the
[ BEE SAYE 12 SAYE L SAVE," band at the Gator absence of flowers in this area
EFeya" OAanY. 'luladMo1rnHlhTF :.J Homecoming Parade in at present, Mr. Helle said he
+ Pr Vail 1.97 8. $ 2.96n15N k.JOw yoqr Gainesville on Nov. 19. now has his hives located In

I ,t/.tSPC tlddla,. chNN. DISCOUNT PKICI WAS 3>2T DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 0.01 DISCOUNT PKICI, WAS Sell The Band Boosters are at Palm Beach County.
Itldl .
lNAlr/aF0 ,( \ Issued.phhd' ./... II tPltrelic. FOUR PACE STEMWARE, 10 PIECE IRONSTONE II PIECE CRYSTAL UII CarprtlngI work trying to raise sufficient
46.81 speclflc.tlOllS VARIETY OF SIZES OIRRERWARE FOR 4 Filarwl SET funds for a trip to Guatemala Mrs. Maureen Paul, school
where the Bradford County librarian, has been busy
DISCOUNT POLOROID.tC'MONTH WAS It-It flOE I l r "6CAMERL :1......' High School Band has been unpacking the 50 or more
WEIIIIIS 1. Il 'Q--: !{\ invited to perform. In this interesting books recently
V a AM area Mrs. Joe Riddick Is now received. These books cover

V l 1 $st Wt'O KEN TEAL k selling Benson fruit cakes at a sports, music, comedy
i price of $250 for the 1 Mi biographies, novels andnature
oT r pound size. Ruth also has stories. The historical

gE F 8E Golden Nugget and Peanut book from the Bicentennial
D Crunch candy for sale for the Commission is one of the

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12 TELEGRAPH November IX-, laTAI

I editorial ) Thanksgiving Especially Significant re tiers: ,

We've; Got To Lasso Tltefj'eJeraIBudget. For Members Of Roman Alvarez Family write ED

The federal government's "sunshinelaw Sen. William V. Roth, in an article in -- -
requiring the government's business the current Reader's Digest, points out
Thanksgiving Day has a and burned. would
heap They by a stock plow. It consisted of handles and held by a man
to be carried out in the open for that the federal bureaucracy maintains special significance for the
burn for several days and the two handles and a big turn walking and guiding the horse HOSPITAL EXPANSION
public examination, was recently made 1,030 separate programs, administeredby eight children of David remaining stumps would be plow attached underneath. by the reins. HIT BY RESIDENT
law after five years of legislative 52 different agencies, that provide Roman Alvarez and Mollie dug out with a shovel and axe. The horse or mule was
Conner Alvarez It was on When the land was ready for harnessed to the plow with The land was cleared a little
by hard billion and local
maneuvering to state
working $59.8 Editor
many governments :
November 28, 1898 their planting the soil was turned reins attached back at a time said Mrs. Markus.
to the
congressmen, including our own Sen. In the field of health alone, he parents were married. Corn, cotton, peanuts, sweet I must object, with some
Lawton Chiles. Daughter Alvarez and were urgency, to the proposed
says there are 302 programs administered Mary potatoes sugar cane
by 11 agencies.He Markus said although her the crops planted and expansion of Bradford County
parents did not live to see cultivated with the horse and Hospital.
Now, some of these same .. visitor to the
congress. some of their rewards, she is '(I' ;, one man plow As a frequent
men are saying that not only does the points to several areas of duplication certain "they are rejoicing in ',;--",:", ,- ._. .. hospital, for many reasons, I
federal government need the sun to : for instance, the Departments of heaven over rewards that When the corn was ready for cannot honestly dispute the

shine on it, but set on it as well.They'veintroduced Health, Education and Welfare's Na- came to pass later" harvesting the leaves were need for expanded services at
the "Sunset Bill .) which tional Center for Namesake Roman Alvarez, stripped by hand and tied Into BCII. The inpatient census at
a grandson, is a minister, at bundles, dried and stored the hospital is usually high
automatically terminates every federal its National Child Care Center are doing Pine Level Baptist Church, away In the barn. It was used enough to be considered a
agency and program after five years. the same thing! Water pollution re- grand daughter Mollie Gail, for fodder and fed to the positive economic Indicator.
Before Congress could refund it, a search is being handled by 25 separate named after her grandmotheris horses. The ears of corn were Likewise the emergency e
stringent review would be carried out, bureaus in 14 departments. a missionary to Peru and later harvested and stored in room, the times that 1 have
another grandson Lavon the barns and fed to all the been up there, seems to .be
evaluating the program's effectiveness, Modling is a minister in farm animals. The corn was very busily filling a necessaryrole
priority and budget. Atlanta. also used to make grits and in the medical well beingof

Mrs. Markus 56, recounts corn meal for the family. Bradford County
The bill, an effort to streamline the The problem is that once these family history that her father, The cotton was picked by Why, then shouldn't the
spiraling federal budget and bring about programs are entrenched in the federal a native of Bradford Countywas hand and put into a croaker hospital be enlarged
bureaucracy, it is next to impossible to working and boarding in bag with straps attached that The answer, very simply. is
some serious reform, comes highly recommended cut them back or eliminate them. Special Raiford when he met and were worn across the picker's that the hospital now has a
from several states, such as interest and married her mother. He was shoulder. The cotton was put management problem whichis
New Jersey and Georgia, with similar groups lobbyists sur- 22 and she was 15. They into a large room and when threatening to divide the
laws already in effect. rounding the programs exert a powerful continued to board for a short I harvesting was finished it was present hospital operation so
influence on Congressmen and Senators time until they bought some \\v y taken to the cotton gin: dramatically that operation of
voting appropriations for them. land and built a one room ; Peanuts were left in the thepresenl facility (much less
Only nine years ago, our federal frame house. field for the hogs to eat. Back an addition) might soon be

budget was $158.2 billion. Today it's "If and when he got marriedhe then the hogs furnished all made impossible. Employees
$414 bilhon-an increase of 253 percent. The Sunset Bill addresses itself to said he was going to settle h the meat for the family to rat come employees !/o.:

Our taxes are rising twice as fast as the each of these problems. It would utilize down and own his own home The hogs were butchered and Personnel Administration has
and stay there," said Mrs. the meat cured at home by been reduced to a literal
costs of food, housing and transporta zero base budgeting; in other words, Markus about her father. The IL means of salting the meat and merry go round, with staff

tion. With inflation and a growing every agency and program would "start son of a roaming farmer he moke house! overa members coming and going
population, there is no expectation but from scratch" every five years Before had moved several times as a smoldering fire of green oakor with such frequency that staff
child and wanted to settle in 1 dead oak bark until it was efficiency and economic
that these figures will continue to rise, being funded a single dime, the program golden brown. efficiency are merely a
one place.
unless a serious effort is made to effect would have to justify its existence and Alvarez once traded his The aroma of ham or dream.

stricter federal budgeting.It's prove its cost effectiveness. Programsand farm for another place said sausage grits and brown No; federal grants are very

agencies that overlap the work of Mrs. Markus, but was gravy with biscuits to sop the tempting to those responsiblefor
time to lasso the runaway federal one another could be eliminated more displeased with the trade and syrup are some of the things the future physical plant

budget. It's time to honestly begin workto easily, since they would be up for reviewat That traded remained back' for their his place.home about that Mrs her Markus childhood.remembers needs Hospital.of However Bradford, there County are

check the exploding federal bureau the same time. until their deaths: he May 23, The sugar cane was made much more pressing needs
cracy, which is constantly making us 1953 she Dec. 1, 1954. into enough syrup to last for a that now require the attention,
more dependent on the federal govern The inauguration of Jimmy Carter inJanuary The farm on Bayless year or until the next harvest. consideration time, and the

ment by providing more and more of our will mark the first time in eight Highway near SR-235 The cane was cut by hand money of the present board
for for the Please remember that
remains in the family and is 4 ready grinding just
needs. If we become more dependent, it years the President and majority of now owned by grandson Owen ... juicer. It was ground by a like the free automobiles on
follows we are less independent. Congress have been of the same Alvarez. cane mill with two big rollers the television shows
party. game
Such a combination has been responsiblefor Land clearing in those days, f I) : 1: : :,:::;:: : : ::') : ;: :;;.:: :! ::111i;!:;;! attached together in a wooden federal grants are typically
Control over own own lives is being pioneering legislation before-the said Mrs. Markus, involved ., : frame and then a long sweep simple to get, with a little
attached the rollers and the those
cutting the trees down with a to patience. However, like
eroded Content to allow
away. govern- back-to-back civil rights acts in 1964 and
long cross-cut saw with horse attached. The horse same automobiles
ment to take over more and more of our 1965, for instance-and with one party handles on both ends. A two- pulled it around and around expansions must be kept up.

lives, we become powerless to controlour firmly at the helm next year, it could man operation, the trees were Mr. and :Mrs. David Human Alvarez celebrated their SUth until the juice from the cane manned, equipped, and
own destiny. happen again. sawed down and piled up a log wedding anniversary on IhiinkstfkiiiK( l Day I'MS. placed between the rollerswas heated and cooled. This
squeezed ont and ran into money and these employeeswill
a big barrel It was then put not be supplied by the
Basic to the federal bureaucracy
growing Carter indeed has his work cut out if into a vat and cooked into federal government It is my
is the federal budget. Inflation is he pushes the budget into balance by WHEN syrup and placed in bottles or opinion that they cannot yet

the country's greatest enemy at this 1980 and also solves the nation's unemployment barrels. be provided by Bradford
point, and this is what more government Sweet potatoes were dug by County Hospital
spending will lead to. problem by putting people WILLTHE 4oc hand and put into a potato With decisive leadership at
back to work with federally created I house until they would dry and all management levels, aswell

jobs.It. I become soft and sweet. They as increased communi
Government spending in 1978 could SPENDING were made into potato pie or cations with employees and

total $-130 billion without any new pro- will take a drastic change from the potato pone. staff, this expansion would not
grams. Spending at that level projects a current which has END ?; !Mrs :Markus remembers only be possible, but
philosophy just about welcomed
those days of horse and delightfully
federal deficit ranging from $32 to $56 every city, town, and in Vi
county the buggy. If you owned a surrey,, Dan\\illiams
billion. nation with its hand out. It took 173 years! J00 a two seated buggy with ar' PO Box 323

/ until 1962. for federal covered top, you were Hampton, KL3J041FORESTRY '

There are several reasons that we findourselves But drastic change is what is neededto spending to hit $100 ::5 important in town. The surrey
used for taking
was courting
in the
trouble we're in
federal spending that has more billion a>ear. But 5 a gal to church or for a ride A
Rapidly mushrooming social welfare than doubled in the past 15 years. We by 1971,only nine Q lap robe was used in winter

programs, the government's increasedrole can be most effective by letting our years later government o: ; and summer..

in environment and energy, and Congressmen know how we feel. We can spending had jumped to Alvarez worked in the IN BRADFORD COUNTY
massive waste, duplication and inef-- vote for candidates who too z woods cutting logs and ties to
promise to hold $200 billion S
year. earn extra money for the
ficiency have all contributed BHil'h..rd SchraderPhone
down spending at all levels. I said !Mrs
large family
!: .
THEN CONSIDER.. : :! Maikus The nine childrenhad !l l 6VI1IIKIM.

In lens,only four 0years the pleasure of riding in
. Useless I/ot Air Does" '/ Help later, government the new !Model T and Model A : TIIK: MOIUinTRXIL !

spending actually! had cars that replaced the wagon
If the expression "Everybody would never dream of writing our reached $300 billion and mule team.
Hikinu has always been an
complains about the weather but about it. Yet will rob She remembers her mother
nobody congressman we continue year. And this inexpensive healthful type of
would home
does anything about it" is hopelessly to complain, with the object of our year, after just twoyears care of remain the farm at and children.taking family recreation Recentlythe

trite, it's because it's hopelesslytrue. complaint blissfully unaware that we are spending broke The delicious meals were Florida Trail Associationhas

All of us spend a great deal ot time not happy. the $400-billion- conked on a wood stove withan begun to arouse interest in

complaining about all sorts of things, butit a-vear barrier. breeze.open window to provide a this trail hobby through by the developing entire state a

never seems to do any good.A In these!' public-relations oriented Clothes wt'reasht'd in a From modest beginnings in

times, probably every business, govern- NOW STOP LOOK zinc tub and rubbed by hand the summer of 1966, the
good case in point is last week's ment agency and organization that you nOlllAL + 'I'lI.I- with a flat rub board of metal Florida Trail Association has
Public Service Commission hearing on deal with or that affects your life has a If they were real dirty they grown to include more than

the proposed increase in telephonerates. staff (often a huge one) whose only Such huge spending has resulted in a bigger and bigger government debt The were placed on a block of b has.(MX) outdoor enthusiasts about 475 milesof and
interest alone on the national debt has more than doubled in ten and is wood and pounded with a
The room was filled with some concern is to deal with consumer com- years a planned 1,300 mile hiking
and the of now over $40 billion a year. In fact the interest burden on the debt constitutesten paddle of wood, then placed in trail which will full
very angry people, many of whom we're plaints resulting image the a tub to be boiled with extend the
sure have put in a lot of complainingtime company. percent of the federal budget! homemade lye soap and hungon length of the state

about the telephone service here. Ask your representatives in Washington whether they have the courage t to help the line to dry the trail begins in the Big

There's no end to the people and stop this deadly trend. If they do not well eventually wake up to find ourselves The floors were scrubbed bv Cypress Swamp just north of
a brush and the homemadesoap lergladl'Sa: :'; lIon One by one, they told their stories, usually places you can complain to, and by all living in a fool's paradise. and perhaps some white and the final section crosses

long tales of hassle after hassle means, do it! Blackwater River State
coarse sand saidIrs! ,
Thus editorial comment apptanj in the Oetobtr 1976 issue of Reader's Agnt.
after hassle. Markus, The scrub brush wasa Forest near Pensacola.
-If rectangular block of Conceived by the Association -
you are dissatisfied with a companyor c'pressy '
s founder. :Miamian
And one by one, they were asked "Did its product, write to the company. If ith holes shucks in which were dampenedcorn pulled James ,\. Kern the trail

you report this"' More often than not, that fails, write the consumers' affairsofficethere's County Agents By *! through to form the brush w ith passes through some of the

the answer was a vague "Well, no, I..." a state and a federal one. a long handle placed into the wildest and most scenic par
Bobby 1 cypress block (tions of Florida's interior

-If you don't like what you see on radioor Notebook Red roses and large oak Completion of the trail is expected
How do these people the telephone TV write the Taylor trees were in the white sand to take several more
expect station manager or the D1 The years, but current Association
company to fix the phones if it's Federal Communications Commission.If --- 1'hune !941 1-6334: j with yard. a broom yard was made kept clean from President Thomas B. :Montoyaof
unaware they're out of order? How do Auburndale is
Even though most of my pests may spread to other ex- arrangements and stuffed Callberry bushes tied in aoundle optimistic.
they expect the service to improve if the you're having a problem with your home pest calls are about posed food. The only way the furniture and toys, though not "Although our estimates of
the I trails final
company is unaware that it's deficient? employer, write the Department of roaches, ants and termites, I housewife knows of their presence foods, often harbor infestations :Mrs Alvarez always milked each length"
The answer is, of course, that you can Labor or the civil rights commission.If do get several calls during the is discovery of an In- the cow herself and the milk 'we year, Montoyasays .
are adding
about food fested used was strained through a cloth. new sections
complain to your friends until you'reblue year pantry pests.A and infrequently Stored food pests are econo- right schedule. Over
number of these this food the of Part was put into for on
occur item or encounter pans
in the face, but that isn't going to you're receiving unsolicited mail, time of year when housewivesare flying or crawling adults sponsible mically important for millions and are re of clabber to make homemade 100 miles of new trail will be"

fix your phone. write the postal commission.We using meals and other coming from the pantry dollars of loss every year in butter and part put into jars ready for hiking by this fall
food products for their holiday shelves. stored foods and other pro- for drinking!: The milk jars Unlike other sections of the
But this is cooking There Is hardly a food itemIn food were tied with a rope and country the main hiking
just one example. How could go on and on, but the point is ducts. Most of the stored season in Florida Is winter.
There are of the kitchen food down into the water
many or dropped
species pantry
under Florida
often have conditionscan
all been pests
we served cold often than when
a that more not the well temperatures are
stored food pests found at varIous which can escape being infested reproduce and to keep cool.
meal in a restaurant, but gone ahead and inconveniences that all times quickly The tree started moderate and insects less a
annoy us so in our food pantries by some pest if it remains have several to family; 78
many genera.
eaten it because we were in a hurry? much can often be taken care of very Most of these pests are unused and exposed in lions in a year. Many speciesare years ago Thanksgiving Day. problem than during summer
How often have we asked for something simply by Lester C. Humphries Starke, Introduced into our homes in some dark corner or drawer active the year around said :Mrs Markus. Ilerparents' months. Anyone may hike the
Florida Trail where it
in a store, gotten it home to find out itwasn't getting in touch with the infested food either loose or long enough. All items are under suitable conditions. lives were dedicatedto land
proper personor public such as state
packaged. Some invade our susceptible, including spices, The basic fundamentals In their children and
we wanted, but kept it office. parks and National Forests
homes grandchildren. will be
through normal hot pepper, ice cream cones, controlling stored food pests "They
anyway because we didn't want to make All of us need to take the time to methods of entry. and even so-called sealed containers are exclusion, chemical treatment remembered for their great Where the trail crosses
another trip to the store? complain. It's often the only way for an Some of the common pantry such as cereals grits, regular Inspections, faith and love for their fellow private land it is open only to
individual pests are the gram weevils or cake mixes, etc. Dried flour and cleaning of shelves man," said Mrs. Markus.eiiiijiit4. members of the Florida Trail
to stand up amid all the chaos beetles, flour beetles, meal or Association. In this area
How many times have we heard and get what's his. But it's all useless hot flour moths, pea and bean Public sections of the Trail

something on the news to elicit an "Oh, air unless we complain to someone who weevils,carpet beetles, mites, RIDf are available in the Ocala and
that !?&!! government! and yet we can help us. cigarette beetles, psocids, 4 Osceola National Forests and
larder beetles, ants, and Gold Head Branch State Park
several others. The development of the trail
. Info Referral Agent!: Assigned To Bradford Co. Large populations of these U rations. has received the support of

food pests may develop In unused O ay such prominent Floridians as
To meet the needs of the To provide more adequateand office will be in Lake City and or undisturbed foods C BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER herpetologist Ross Allen, zoologist
community and to enable personal service recently Ms. Davidson will travel to which were Infested when cyirf9re Publishers and author Archie Carr
area agencies to coordinate appointed Patricia Davidsonwill each area after her training purchased. The unwary and other scientists and
their services the Departmentof handle the Informationand period.The. housewife leaving a food Published each Thursday and entered as second Class. Matter at the Post Office at !Stark, cia under sportsmen.

Health and Rehabilitation Referral Services in this Information and package open and not tightly Actof March 3, 1879 More information about the
Services is providing a social area, and in Columbia, Referral Service currentlyhas sealed after using can also Subscription rate,in trade area $7 per year:.4 six months trail and about Association
worker to cover Bradford Hamilton, Suwannee and a toll-free line 1- -342- lead to Infestation. From the Outside trade area $8 per year: $4 50 six months membership may be obtained
County. Union Counties. The base 3400 to help anyone. Infested food packages the Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla from the Florida Trail Association -


III, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page 1.1:

I .L St. Edward's Church News Pine Level Sets Blood Bank Credit Proposed Thurs. To Chamber Governors .

SPIRITUAL RENEWAL Meeting held in the hallon
parish Service
St: Edward's Altar Society Nov. 9. "All it's feoirg( ') to cost you is organizations in Bradford brogram which he noted will Fellow board members
hosted the Gainesville Mrs. Gladys Weldon has your blood," Bill Wilson told County participate In the be open to all persons in agreed and authorized the
Deanery, DCCW, Day of altar care for November.Mrs. For ThanksgivingPine fellow Chamber of Commerce Civitan program, those Bradford County. sponsorship of the program
Spiritual Renewal held in Robbie Shaller has Board of Governor membersin !groups( being the members of Wilson termed the proposed along with a commitee lo
Starke on November 11. volunteered to do this work Level Baptist Church proposing the Chamber the Baptist Church and the venture "a "good community schedule blood drawings by a
Reverend Father Patrick during the month of will have a special consider establishing blood employees of DuPont."It service, and noted "our mobile unit from Gainesville
h.oI : Foley was the principal December Thanksgiving service Sunday bank credits with the Civitan works like a checking support comes from the on a monthly basis and to
'Jap1= celebrant at the Mass assisted Members were requested to Nov. 21.The Regional Blood Center in account," Wilson said further people of the city and county, inform the public of the blood
/f by Father John Dux from participate in the Gainesville theme "I Love Gainesville, during a luncheon explaining the proposed and anything Io\'ecan do to help drive times and locations.
CQvpcQ Gainesville's St. Patrick's and Deanery project of supporting America" will give the church meeting of the board last membership' blood bank the individual" citizen is a good Wilson indicated that thebladmobile's
Father Anthony Sebra, fromJacksonville's All Saints Home for the Agedin the opportunity to honor Thursday Nov. 4, at the Idea. I irst visit here
REV BEN IWYANT Sacred Heart Jacksonville. This is to be America by expressing their Garden Restaurant. will be scheduled for January
Church. done thanks for Wilson filling in for White said about one in UN)
by collecting white many privileges we Show Set In Jax Civic Auditorium
SU'I! JA\": Sunday School Father Dux and Father single, flat sheets, pillow share, and the freedom of scheduled guest speaker Pat families will need blood
9-45: a m. Morning Sebra spoke on the theme cases, wash cloths and towelsor worship.For Whitten of the Civitan Exhibits displays of Christmas gilts including during n one year period
1,1 am.! : Sunday Worship School Stewardship and 'You cash to replenish supplies.A the service the adult Regional Blood Center, educational seminars and furniture, kitchen appliances, Chamber's In other business Board'! (the ol

Council 5 p.m. Church Mrs John Samons, Deanery Christmas Party is choir will sing special explained the proposed entertainment will be foods, cosmetics, sporting live!
Training!! 6:15: pm. Evening; president and Altar Society scheduled for Dec. 14 when patriotic music and a program here would start on a featured at the First Annual equipment and boats. There Governors set Saturda.s.annual
Worship 7:11I:: ) p m president, and Mrs. Robbie those attending will bring representative from each of membership basis, with Christmas Show to be held at will be a talent show and II. as the dale for the \and
\\KD\Ksn\V: : Shaller were in charge of wrapped gifts for Sunland the armed services will bear a persons donating blood the Civic Auditorium in carolers In addition to Christmas Parade here
night supper 6:15: Family. arrangements for the covered Training Center, designating flag.Pastor insuring credits for their downtown Jacksonville Sunday School Work'r'smeeting. p.m. dish lunch following the approximate age group and Rev. Roman families, should the need for November 18 21. rlUIS lor the Clumber'sannual
G.A.'s, 1 It.A 's. speeches. whether for boy or girl Alvarez will speak on "How blood arise. He said at the The main floor will feature There is no charge for .' to bo held in
f Act('(>nll, World Friends, and Preceeding the Mass a Dr. Dopson was the guest Much Owest Thou Unto My present time only two almost 200 exhibits of all kinds admittance to the show. January

Mission Friends.! "Hour of Penetential Service was speaker following this Lord" at morning worship I.O"O -:.-!f' ..p,#0.666 6# # .. # # # J o..o..c: oQ
conducted by Father Sebra meeting. service at 10:45: a.m. j-
Power"7:11I:: p m.. Adult( choir
8:15: pm. and confessions followed. Mrs. Joseph Gissy, hostess, The public is invited T.E.
Members from St. Patrick'sand served refreshments at this Nail, Kmgsley Lake to attend

:MOH<; \\ 1\11\1) Holy Faith Parish in time. this special Thanksgivingservice I 6\5\Jrummlbl7LB! !

H.I'l1S'I'Sunday Services: Sunday Gainesville Macclenny,and St.St Mary's Madeline'sin in ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL \ \ {?

High Springs joined the St.Edward's Rev John Flynn P f
10 a.m., Morning
Wendell Dean
ladies for this

Worship Deaf, 11 am.and Services Training for Union the rewarding event. 8:30:SUNDAY a.m.; Church: Holy School Eucharist, 9:45: Pittman

6:30: p.m., Evening Worship, ALTAR SOCIETY a.m.; Holy Eucharist, 11 IBIJJGJU: Q 0U
7:10:: pm.
Mrs. John Samons, a.m.; Inquirers Class, Group '
Wednesday Services: MidWeek Wendell Pittman, 13, was ,, "
president presided at the St. 2,3:30: m.TUESDAY
shot in -
Prayer Service and Edward's Altar : InquirersClass accidentally a hunting 1.
Bible Study 7:30: m. Choir Society accident Saturday afternoon
p Group 1, 7:30: p.m.
Practice. 8:15: Nov. 13 near his home in Lake
pm. -------------- WEDNESDAY : Junior W
Butler. He was an eighth
FIRSTCIIRISTIANC'lIL'RCIi Choir Practice 6:30:
p.m.; TU
student Lake Butler
GRA11MBPTIST: Church School Classes, grade
Middle School. He born
Rev. James Starling Jim Love,Minister Grades 4 10, 7:30: p.m.; was
and lived his entire life in the
Sunday: Sunday school 9:45: Senior Choir Practice, 7:30: I
SUM>.\''V: Sunday School, a.m.; morning service, 10:45a : p.m. Lake Survivors community.include his
10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 m; youth group 6 p.m.; Mr. and Mrs. A R
a.m. ; Training Union, 6 p m.. evening worship,7 p.m.; choir parents: Barney
MADISON ST. BAPTISTRev. Pittman of Lake Butler five
Evening Worship, 7 practice, ;
pm. 8pm.Wednesday .Charles brothers James C. CharlesW. N
R.Swartz ,
: K
M KDN KM)U : Mid-Week night: Biblestudy
., Michael N.. Larry T.. and
Prayer Service 7'30: B
p.m. p.m. THURSDAY: Visitation, 10 Gary R., all of Lake Butler
a m, 2 p.m., and 7 p.m. and his maternal E
Starke Elemc Newsare SATURDAY: Church-wide grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jiitury Barbeque: Fun and Calvin Touchstone of Lake

For the past two weeks the invited to the competitionin Games Fellowship for begins all ages 1pm.and Butler.Funeral services were held FORTHANKSGIVING V

Kindergarten classes at football (boys) and volleyball ribbons for winners. Supper at Nov. 15 at 3 p.m. in Lake
Starke Elementary have been (girls) at the Southside
6pm Butler in the Church of God
studying Health and Nutri- Elementary P.E. field. SUNDAY: Sunday School, with the Rev. Alvin Lane and 1
The education
tion.Thursday physical 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, the Rev. Alton Coleman
November 11, the instructors are sponsoring a
11 am; Children's worship, officiating. Intsrment
classes took a trip to Piggly tumbling show at 10:45: and
Ila m.; Church Training, 6:15: followed in Dekle Cemetery
Wiggly grocery store to observe 11:30: this morning (Thursday, Evening under the of Archer
p.m.; Worship, 7:30: care
is invitedto
the many differnet Everyone p.m. Nursery provided. Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
types of fruits, vegetables Starke Elementary P.E. TUESDAY: Morning Bible Each space below represents some business firms of
and meats. They purchasedsome Field.
of the items for their Physical Education Students Study 10 a.m Bradford County. Take the scrambled letters and arrange Themto

planned meal which they pre of the week for Nov. 8-12
illS Bund spell the firm's name correctly.
pared Friday as their cul- are: Grade 3 R.H. Bryant, lrol.l.illieIue:
minating activity. Grade 4 Wesley Thomas
Special Education at Starke Grade 5 Laura McRae. Walker StarlingMrs. Trip OK'd Winners will be notified on Tuesday Nov. 23, 1976 ..JII
Elementary is studying Com- Grade 6 John Riggs.

munity Helpers in class. Wednesday We wish to remind parents that Any reader of the Telegraph is eligible to enter this contest, and
Although skeptical
Nov. 10, the class that there will be no school for Lillie Mae Walker
visited the Police Dept. where students Nov. 24Nov. 28. Nov. Starling, age 67, or 703 W. the students Bradford can raise the money School, the first three persons submitting the correct or nearest correct
their fingerprints were taken. 24 (Wednesday) is a planningday Adkins St.. Starke, County
They visited the Fire Station for teachers and Nov. 25- Wednesday night in the Board has nevertheless answer before 12:00: Noon Monday Nov. 22 will be awarded

and heard how the firemen get 28 are Thanksgiving Holidays. Bradford County Hospital granted permission for the turkeys for Thanksgiving
Bradford School Band to
ready to go to a fire when they Student pictures are now on following a brief illness. High
get a call.Friday sale at Starke Elementary. Born in Lowndes County, go to Guatemala next !May.\
Nov 19. Starke Elementary Orders will be accepted Georgia on August 8, 1909, Granting that the estimated
6th grade All Star through Friday Nov. 19. Mrs. Starling had lived in $25,000 needed for the trip is a Three Turkeys To Be Given Rway "INovemoer
sizeable: football players and 6th gradeAll Children who were absent on Starke for the past seven '
Star volleyball' players wIll picture day may have their years, moving here from with, BUS Principal Tom
travel to Southside Elementary pictures taken during retake Atlanta, Ga. She was a Casey and Bandmaster Dean Before 12OO Noon Monday Nov. 22
Tassels told the board they
for some Importantgaml. day in late November. member of the Oak Grove
with Southside at 10 Thanksgiving lunch will be Baptist Church near needed' its sanction for the trip
a.m. All parents and others served on Thursday, Nov. 18. Middleburg. before beginning fund raising
Survivors include her efforts Employees Of The Bradford Co. Telegraph & Relatives Not Eligible I

husband, Walter Starling; two "I. agree with you: that is a

Professional Horticulture Advice sons Raymond, J.W.Walker Walker, both and of won't lot of be money able to and raise maybe it," said we -TA WCCSHA EYIRNRDTISDONNILAA IEN DG ION A E WC BVAO-NLM DEIH ER B IODLLOTELSMNMSKTCUOTTINYABETAOSEK

Atlanta, Ga.; three daughters, Casey. "But at the same time
For The
Yours AskingWe'll
Mrs. Era Geiger of Starke, we ought not to approach the
Mrs. Margaret Britton of |noi'i': | '' \\nli airy MHOI mini
be glad to come out and inspect your lawn Atlanta\ and Mrs. Bobby Jean we have your permission." UR KFDBALITOARNURKATE

ornamentals and trees for insect Damage Disease Or Loveless of Marietta Ga.; 18 The 80-member' band has
grandchildren and 9 great been invited to participate in
Deficiency Guatemala's 1977\ Fine Arts
Come In Or Call Us No Obligation Funeral services were held Festival, undertaken to raise LHHRCREEARSADSPONITE PYPCAA A M N BEAHD R R EWU RED U ISLLDS
Saturday, Nov. 13 in the money' for the countrfsartists
DeWitt C Jones Chapel with suffering losses during
the 1976 earthquake. Cost for
Rev Ben Bryant offIciating.
ROSEBUSHES Interment was in the the five-day four-nighl trip is TRHSC.NPLRNGAUIYAOPC KOZFSSAEUKTIURYECLRJ
around $300 per student..
Evergreen Cemetery near
In addition to the :1110.:!( ).
Dixie, Georgia.
Casey said would be

passports, shots and miscellaneous
The board alter' being
times that he wasn't askingthe
MANY VARIETIES COLORS "A fool sees not the same board for the 25000..
tree that a wise man sees." agreed that if the money couldbe

travel as a sch'>sponsored

is short to be activity.
"Life too
Cassels said he's sent out
$388 Benjamin Disraeli
g59 small letters to band members'of CA BC POKN LJ U 10SISNK DCU FP A LR L.Y,TFIENA..S
parents asking how much

... ...... the cost parents could contribute -
::: ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::.: and said the average

KILL i 1 Or. Chateliers M:.; Cird Of Thanks j, contribution:) would be around SMM'ANORRNRCAOfUEOP DHfSHWRNICCEBIOEINKE 1 1I

? Soluble i $1)5Casey' said fund I,
RATS Plant Food ::::::::::::: :: : :::: :.-:::::::::::: :::::::::::::: : ::: raising
plans are uncertain but mentioned
rFor Growth
Healthy Bloom
And Yield House Plants students could sell items or

WITH D-CON All Flowers Fruits Trees With deepest gratitude we hold raffles and drawings.

extend this word of thanks for The trip seems a good way
Meal or Pellets ',..: And Shrubs the many kind acts of to close the school year for the YCEMTLYFCN&IAERT DSSCARNERDWUDCHBFOAMUCOKERCONHNFTKIISENETGAERRS
1 Lb Box $1 971 a sympathy expressed by band which Cassels calls
thoughful friends. These "potentially the best I've had
i 1 Teaspoon kindnesses have meant much in the' nine years I've been
Makes 1 Gallon
Family of Theresa Stern There's not much glory
being in the band. Cassels
1 Lb Box> C 7 adds, but his group works
afternoons a week with the
Lawn Or Pasture All
kindness and sympathyof
entire band and individuallyeach
Winter Plant 3 Lb. Box> neighbors and friends in
$ 47 day. They also play in
g3" 3 our recent sorrow will always the ten home football games ITMSENRAL&SVADANNOCRIEERUTFAACANL YSSrlBANHREEEASTOUSY
RYE GRASS remain with us as a precious each fall march in the
memory. Our sincere thanks University Florida's homecoming -
and gratitude for all those Parade and the local

SEED C Fall & WinterFLOWERS comforting acts. Christmas: parade. WB&SBAALRTEERBYHPEPAEUYOT
3 5 The Family of Merritt W Cassels has high praise for
Lb Cressler the local Band Boosters com
prised' mostly of band

FAVORITE VARIETIES Boosters operate the con-
GOD cession stand at home football
Here now "the happy church"Hwy. games raising $1.700 $..2.000every
U Starke at Weldon St. year. DTA EU 0 NRA M 'DA NPRU C N RILIVLESEEA S
The money i Ie used to
SUNDAY SERVICES purchase letters and sweaters
GARDEN CENTER Sunday School 10 a.m. for band members who win
Morning Worship 11 I INLHDHDIAIY
a.m. and state meets or complete:
p EST Eve Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY four years in the band

v ONTIOL. : program. t

Mom.OMM.GotoM.lfti.W. MT I eN Bible Study 7 p.m.
Aha In-Ocala Crntm aiv.. PofcHha.Lok.OtStark. Pastor Robert Harden t
jMchMtMtvMflj T.aehwu. Welcome one and aIIIM FOR SALE Megeilylo6BI.
..i.. .1 ill .1.! .. with
chg. ......... Al T". OHI. Shop.. r
I ,

di J

14 TELEGRAPH November 18 1971

II LEGF3LS Senior Citizens -* I IAt
LAWTEY By\IIIiIEllaabethTerry: -
Phone 784-3JOO:
SIONERS ROOM IN THE our Nov 4 meeting, a office of Gov, Askew slated
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE letter from Mrs. Paula Haw that the problems at Bradford
FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE COURTHOUSE FOR guests of her brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs: J.C. Tye attended CHURCH ACTIVITIES kins was read, concerning the County Hospital had been

COUNTY OF BRADFORD FOLLOWING: SCHOOL NEWS sister, Mr and Mrs Carl the wedding of Miss CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday Continental Telephone Company's called to the attention of the

ACTION NO. 76-353 Norman and family and Mr. Debbie Camp and Kendall school 45 in Talla-
CIVIL : ..' UP 10 a.m. ; Worship seeking a percent appropriate agencies
ONE NEW 54 TON r "Bookmaglc" was the and Mrs Leonard Norman, Mobley at the home of her services, 11 a.m. and 7 (I.m.; Increase in service rates in hassee and their assistancehas
theme for National Book
OF TRUCK Mr, and Mrs. Frank Lake Starke and been
DIVISION parents Prayer meeting, Wednesday, Kingsley requested.
SIX CYLINDER Week (Nov B-12)) which was
ADMINISTRATION, STATE OF 117 INCH WHEEL BASE observed at the library Students Mr. and Mrs Carl Pevey Camp on Saturday night 7:30: p.m.; YPE, Friday, 7:30: Lawtey areas.Discussion. A gift of at least $2 in value
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF and family of Orlando visited pm and much should be brought to our

TRANSPORTATION, and THREE 'SPEED were given Bookmagic their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Dennis Frick, who is in the EVERGREEN BAPTIST indignation was recorded. A Christmas party Dec. 14. We

BRADFORD COUNTY, TRANSMISSION Bookmarks. Kindergartenclasses Mrs.Carl Prevatt on Saturday Coast Guard stationed in San CIIURCII: Sunday school 10 motion passed unanimously to play a unique game which
HEATER saw a
Plaintiffs, STEP BUMPER filmstrip. afternoon. Francisco,Calif.,spent Saturday a.m.; Worship services, 11 elect Jack Killoran, club provides much fun and adds to

-vs- ENGINE SHOULD USE CAR WASH on November afternoon with Mr. and a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer member to attend the after- the spirit of giving and receiving -
JAMES D DIGGS, et al. Mr. J.F. Robertson and her Mrs. Gene Pearson. meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m noon session of the Public Ser at this wonderful timeof
REGULAR GASOLINE ONLY 24,8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at school. Mrs Edith
daughter FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH vice Commission's hearing in the
Defendants : year.
CASH ON Proceeds will
to the Little
TERMS: go Swinney, were hostesses for a Sincere sympathy is extended Radio program on WPXE 8 the county courthouse to register We send our best wishes to
DELIVERY League and Small Fry Association birthday dinner for Mr. to Mrs Elsie Norman Bible School vehement and
NOTICE OF HEARINGTO Wash and am Sunday; 10 our protest Pearl Colson Flossie
SHOW CAUSE CLERK Wax $10. Robertson on Thursday, Nov. and relatives due to the deathof a.m.; Worship services, 11 against such proposterous, Prescott who are Ill. We pray
NOTICE OF SUIT 11 Mr and Mrs. S.L. Swindell her aunt, Mrs, Walter a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer exhorbitant increases these good members will recover -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: TO THE BOARD and sons, Mrs. C.A. North and Starling of Starke.Mr. meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: Mr. Killoran spoke, pre- soon to enjoy this festive
children, and Mrs. C.K. Bible views which he
George Thomas p.m. Study. senting our season of Thanksgiving.
11/11 2tchp 11/18 Menu-Week of Nov 22 (depending -
Residence Unknown on deliveries) Cowan, all of Jacksonville enjoyed and Mrs Gene Pearson GRACE UNITED METHODIST gave to Mrs. Hawkins. He also Christmas and New Year's.

PARCEL 103 the meal with them. attended the wedding of their : Sunday school, 9:45: read from a letter, in which We meet Nov. 23 at the Pratt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Mrs. C.K, Cowan remained a.m.; Worship services, 11 St Recreation Center at 1
MONDAY: Chicken with niece.. Miss Debbie Camp, to Mrs Hawkins proposed
with them
defendants are living, BRADFORD COUNTY overnight. a.m. and 7 .m. Prayer Make new
If said noodles Va peanut butter-jelly Kendall Mobley on Saturday p ; budget telephone service in pm your year

and if any or all of said FLORIDACIVIL ACTION sandwich, green beans, applesauce Scott Tinsler went to visit night at the home of her Circle, Wednesday, 8 a.m.; Florida This service would resolution to join the senior
defendant or defendants are Choir practice, 7pm.; United citizens tlub
milk. parents Mr. and Mrs Frank people on fixed
his uncle and aunt Mr. and provide
CASE NO.76-348 ,
unknown MYF Wednesday .
deceased, the spouse 8pm
TUESDAYHot: dog on bun, Camp. Their granddaughter, incomes with limited use
IN RE The Marriage of Mrs Duane Steele of Apple Folk' Artist
heirs, devisees, grantees, : mustard baked Michele Lee of Jacksonville The Church will observe lower !'
Creek Ohio for 2 weeks. requirements
other Laity Day on Sunday Nov. 21
creditors. Manors, or beans, cole slaw, pear half, spent the weekend with the rates If adopted by a To
claiming. by, through Husband, and CHARLA ELAINE Various members will assistIn rlppt'nr
parties milk. Mr and Mrs. Robert Rosierare Pearsons, and attended the majority of the Commission,

under, or against any such RALLIS NOTICE, Wife OF SUIT Wednesday Thursday, the proud parents of a wedding with them leading the worship rates would be established at At WliitrSp;:".
defendant or service. will
deceased Message be
Friday, Thanksgiving Holidays !- of the rates
SO present
defendants,If alive, and, if dead, To: CHARLA ELAINE RALLIS daughter Tammy Lynn, bornin Pastor A.E. Massey and hisdaughter preaced by Mr Julian for percent individual residences witha Featuring the noted Kentucky -

their unknown spouse, heirs, c/0 CHARLES LEDEN St. Vincents Hospital in -in-law, Mrs. Wayne Muggins, member of Wesley monthly message allowanceof folk artist Jean Ritchie.
legatees, grantees, BOX 389GREENPORT Jacksonville on Thursday, Memorial United Methodist Florida's Stephen Foster
devisees, visited
PERSONALS Massey, Howard L, 30 messages and a charge of
creditors, Manors, or other NEW YORK Nov, 11 Chaudoen Alachua General Church of Lake City.. 5 cents for each additional Center In White Springs has

parties claiming by, through, 11944 Winners of the Turkey Hospital, Gainesville, on The church will hold a call. arranged a diversified weekend .
On afternoon Mr
such Thanksgiving dinner at tho Dec. 4-5 to
under, or against any program
Shoot, Nov 6 wereFloyd: Sunday afternoon. We as senior citizens can go
and Mrs. Russell Green of
deceased defendant or YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Geneva Barnes 2 church at 7 p.m. on Saturday, climax a busy Bicentennial
Norman along with that proposal. Will.
Brooker visited Mr and Mrs
an action for Dissolution of Nov. 20. All members and
and all
defendants, parties Eugene Eunice 3, Danny Mr. William II Mayo and year
having or claiming to have any Marriage has been filed against. Bennett 2, Ray Crawford, Joe Carl Prevail Mrs. Lissie Starling and friends of the church are In- Mr William Bevis have the The alwayspopularantiques

right, title, or interest In and to you and you are required to McGee, Pee Wee Griffis Mrs A.B. Wainwright of vited to gather.IIIGIILAND to Mrs. Hawkins show is being held in
courage give
Mr. and Mrs. James Hollister
the property descnbed in the serve a copy of your written Elmer Higginbotham, Marcus Jacksonville attended the BAPTIST: We conjunction with the Ritchie
support hope so.
Complaint, to-wit: defenses, if any, to it on Cruce, Russell Miscally, V.L. of Jacksonville spent Sunday funeral of her sister-in-law, Sunday school 10 a.m.; Wor- Letters of protest should be concert-workshop appearances -

RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor Starling 2, Carl Norman Fred afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Starling in Starke ship service Ham. and 7 sent to all Public Service Miss Ritchie, who
28506-2601 STATE Petitioner, whose address is Arlie Dobbs. Funeral m. Prayer Wednesday plays the dulcimer, the
C SECTION Boland and Shirley Barrie 2. at DeWitt Jones homeon p ; meeting Commissioners in oppositionto guitaror

ROAD (Pleasant Grove Road) 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Total 20.Elizabeth. Saturday morning.Mr. 7:30: p.m. the .off. autoharp with her Appalachian -
and of rip
BRADFORD COUNTY 995, Starke Florida, 32091, and Billy Ray LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH: Mr. Killoran said "The folk songs, will be seen

PARCEL NUMBER 103 RIGHTOF file the original with the Clerk of Terry visited her Gainesville spent the weekend and Mrs. Earl Teston Sunday school 10 a.m.; Worship Continental Telephone Company and heard on the amphitheater -

WAY the above-styled Court on or sister, Mrs C E.Strickland of with Mrs Wm.their Wilson parents Col, and and family visited Mr and services, Ham. and 7:30: had a battery of seven stage)( at 2 pm. both

before November 29 1976, Gainesville, Monday to Wednesday Mrs Clarence Mosely and p.m.; Prayer meeting Wed- lawyers representing them. days, and will present old and

That part of: otherwise a Judgment may be Mrs. Strickland and Miss Geneva Wilkison! of facily of Clay Hill on Sunday nesday, 7:30: p.m. There will The people had none. :Now': unusual Christmas songs as
992' West of the be Revival at the church of the
Begin entered against you for the relief her granddaugher, Miss afternoon a where does the ordinary part program
Jacksonville the
Northeast comer of Northeast spent every night at 7:30: p.m. Joe The Saturday will
PetitIOn. program
demanded in the Sarah Strickland, brought her or the senior citizen fit
weekend with her person
1/4 thence grand- Parsons of Anderson S.C. be in the form of informal
of Southwest
1/4 WITNESS my hand and the home. Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee m this scheme an

South 100'; thence West 100', seal of said Court on the 25 day parents Wilkison, Mr.Sr.and Other Mrs. Bennett spent Sunday with Rev and will be the speaker.NORTIISIJE Proposals of our Executive mect-thl'-a rt workshop.

North 100', East 100' to point of of October, 1976. Mr and Mrs. Sammy their, son-in-law guests and Mrs. John Stitz and family in BAPTIST: Board for election of officers Beginners and ad'unl..dmusicians

beginning, Section 18, Eunice visited their parents were Marietta, Ga. Sunday school 10 a.m.; Worship for 1977 were Gertrude who bring dulu
Township 6 South, Range 22 GILBERT. BROWNAS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, daughter,of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Ozzie services, Ham. and 7:30: Wentz, membership director: mers and !related instrumentswill
East, Bradford County, Florida, CLERK OF SAID COURTBy last weekend. Wiggins dinner Miss Glenda Methan, of pm.; Prayer meeting, Wed Sophie Fisher and Bernie have !the opportunity' to
Lying Southerly of and within Palatka, spent the weekend nesday, 7:30: p m Smith house chairpersons: ask questions! and discuss'

40 feet of a survey line describedas : Beulah M. Moody Sincere sympathy is ex- with Mr and Mrs. Bill Dobbs, SMYRNA1ISSIONRY: ; : Walter and Peg Richardson topics of interest with :Miss -
Mrs. Edna
Cason and Mrs.
follows: Deputy Clerk tended to Mrs. Everitt Burneyand Pearl Mike and Chris. While here, Sunday school, 10 a m.; Worship sick committee; Della Speed, Ritchie One of the nation
Begin on the East line of family of Jacksonville due Sparkman she and Mike attended the services Ham. and 7 secretary : Emma Morton finest traditional, I oik singers

Section 18, Township 6 South, 10/28 tchg 1118POSITION to the death of her husband, afternoon MacClenny with spent Mrs. Cason's Friday Homecoming Game at Trinity Meeting; 5:45: p m; Prayer treasurer; first vice president :Miss Ititihie, will make hoi

Range 22 East, at a point Mr. Everitt Burney, on Thurs- brother and sister-in-law Mr. Christian Academy of Jack Wednesday 7:30: Mary Allen; second vice concert appearance Sundav
2.601.40 feet Northerly from the sonville p m. afternoon
VACANCY day. The funeral was held in and Mrs Arlie Dobbs on Friday night president Lewis Smith; third
Southeast Corner thereof; run Jacksonville, but a graveside ST. JOIINS :MISSIONARY: vice president, Vernon Olin The antiques show. a

thence South 89 degrees 34'32" service was held at Kingsley Mrs. Jean Guthall of Balti- Rev. Willie Huffman Pastor: and president Joe KerriganThe feature of the Imhdav season
West 653.57 feet to the POSITION: ELECTRICIAN. Mr. and Mrs. Donald more, Md will fly in on Sunday school. 10 a.m. (Sup here for several \ears will In1
Lake Saturday floor
Cemetery on w as for other
BOARD Wilkison, Jr. and open
beginning of a curve concave WHERE: SCHOOL afternoon, son Robbyof Monday of this week. All of Chris Hamilton) ; Worship nominations. There being held in the auditorium (if II1\I

Northerly having a radius of OF BRADFORD COUNTY Jacksonville spent Sunday them plan to have a Thanks services, Ham. and 3 p.m., none, the slate was carriedunanimously administration! lunlding Ixilh

17,190.45 feet, run thence OPERATIONS CENTER, 519 N. Futch of Black afternoon with their parents giving Reunion with their on second and fourth Sundays. days. with eight dealers Irom
Ralph ,
Southwesterly, West, and Orange Street, West, Starke, Mr and Mrs Donald mother Mrs W.l\I. Reddish. Florida p>iiIK'ip.itmg/
Florida. Mountain, N.C., spent the Wilkison, Sr. Prayer Band Monday noon; An Oct. 22 letter from the
Northwesterly along said. curve .
DESIRABLE QUALU, weekend with his aunt, Elizabeth
through a total central angle of On Friday
Terry. they
FICATIONS: Must have at least
04 degrees 03' 00", a distance of dinner of his
were guests
1,215.29 feet to the Centerline of five years' experience in brother and sister-m.law, Mr
State Road No. 229 and end of electrical work. High school
and Mrs. Futch and
said line.Containing graduate or equivalent, trade Terry SALE GOOD '
survey sons of Jacksonville Beach t tI
schools, or on the job|
700 feet or
square training. under a highly trained Ralph returned home on L S '
0.02 Acre, more or less, Sunday afternoon 4
exclusive of maintained road supervisor for a year or more. I Mov.18-Nov.22
of DUTIES: Will make necessary
nght wayOWNED installations Mr. and Mrs Tom Whaleyand
repairs to etectncial

BY: George Thomas using electncal tools and test spent daughters the weekend of with Tampa their 155 W. Call St.SHEET.

and Florence Thomas, his WIfe. equipment. Will replace burnt mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson
out fuses, replace parts on
sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch,
motors, clean and oil motors,
You and each of you are and their other daughters
hereby severally notified that the repair electrical fixtures, make and .
Lynn Kelly Whaley.Mrs.
plaintiffs filed its sworn new installation such as wiring

Complaint together with its connections, control panels, Glenn Ann Crews, her .,
Declaration of Taking in the fans, motors, starting devices ,
mother Mrs. Griffin and
above styled Court against you for pumps and motors, working children, Wauchula visited SALE

and each of you as defendants from blueprints her Mrs C.R.
APPLY TO' Apply within ((5))
seeking to condemn the above
described property located in days to L.B. Register, Jr, Crews on Friday, Nov. 5.

Bradford County, Florida, by Operations Director, 519 North Mr and Mrs. Wendell Kelly TWIN
Orange Street, West Starke,
Eminent Domain proceedings.
Florida and call his office for a and daughter, Virginia Cain DOUBLE
You are further notified that of Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. St QUEEN
the Plaintiffs will call up for personal interview appointment Michael and 7
Thompson son, SIZE
at 964-8780
hearing before the Honorable John, East Grand Forks.
Benjamin M. Tench, one of the SALARY: Salary will be in Minn the weekend with
lodges of the above Styled Courton accordance with School Board ,spent
Mr and Mrs Hermie Kelly.
the 29 day of November, approved salary schedule $325 $500
All of them with Cecil White- 2/$5 ,
A 0. 1976, at 1:15: o'clock according to experience> and head attended the Vachan- .

P.M.. in The Courthouse inStarke training. e
Cain wedding at St. Augustine '
Florida, its applicationfor Catholic Church St, %r t i
Augustine -
an Order of Taking in 1 tchg 1118IN and the reception at the > : \ \
accordance with its Declarationof t
Club in Gainesville, on i w

all cause Taking other All interested heretofore parties to this parties filed SUit In may and this EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT, Saturday.Mr. and Mrs On Wendell Friday Kelly night KING' SIZE, $ 6

the Rehearsal Dinner at
at the time and
appear place
Motel Gainesville.
Holiday in
designated and be heard.
CASE NO. 76296In All of them attended this
AND -,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ELECTRIC
defendant is hereby CHANDLER, his wife Clayton Tom, and their BOYS
required to serve written
father, Mr M A. Clayton of
defenses, if any, to said Jacksonville
were Thursday
Complaint onDUDLEY: ROSCOE BELLAMY vs- and ROSA dinner guests of their mother, SHIRTS BLANKETS

Mrs C.R. Crews. E \
HARDY, County LEE BELLAMY, his wife

Attorney Defendants On Sunday morning. Mr
Bradford County and Mrs. Irving Campbell of
996. North Temple Avenue Charlestown, (nd., visited Mr. $444 $1677 EACH
Starke, Florida 32091 corporation COMPANY,Defendants of Starke, a and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. ; .

on or before the 29 day of MORTGAGE Mrs Darlene Norman and

November, A D., 1976, and file FORECLOSURE sons were Sunday dinner
the original with the Clerk of the

above styled Court on said date, NOTICE OF MORTGAGE GIRLS

to show cause what right, title. FORECLOSU SALE FACIAL TISSUE

,interest or lien you or any of you LEGAL BAKEWARE
have in end to the property Public notice hereby given GOWN

described m said Complaint and that pursuant to and ,in strict
Street a distance of 100 feet to ooessLpee '
to show cause if any you have, accordance with the Summary the Easterly right of wey line of 3/$1

why said property should not be Final Judgment of Foreclosure Old Lawtey Road, run thence 84 :
entered in this cause on $217
condemned for the uses and Southerly along the Easterly
November 15 1976 the
as set forth
purposes in the light of way line of Old Lawtey
Complaint filed herein If you fail undersigned, as Clerk of said Road a distance of 100 feet, 1

to do so, a default will be Court, will on the 29 day of more or 1 leas, to point of
entered against you for the relief November, A D. 1976 sell the beginning -dl y

demanded in the Complaint following described real property

,situate in Bradford County,
WITNESS MY HAND AND at pubic auction to the LADIES
SEAL of said Court the 1 Florida, toWItCommence :
on day highest bidder for cash, at the

of November, A.D.. 1976. East front door of the Bradford f
at the Southwestcomer
County Courthouse In Starke TOPS fT
of Southwest Quarter of
Florida, during the legal hours of
Southwest Quarter (SWA of
COURTBY sale, to-wrt: between the hoursof
SW'/ ), Section 22 Township 6 LADIES
: MoodyDEPUTY 11.00 a m. and 2.00 p.m.
CLERK South, Range 22 East, and run 1
sales and
same being a legal day 2/$5
thence North a distance of 500
the legal hours of sale
feet run thence Easterly a
Dated this) 15 day of
11/4 4tchg 1125INVITATION distance of 50 feet, more or less, November, A O, 1976 BATH JEANS / /"'
to the Easterly right of way line '

of Old Lawtey Road and point of s- Gilbert Brown MENSPAJAMAS

I TO BID beginning. Clerk of the Circuit Court of .

Bradford County, Florida f" TOWELST34 tr
THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS From pant of beginning thus 4at fjVI/

OF dacrubod run Easterly along PIERCE ft HARDY, P.A. $

BRADFORD COUNTY. the Northerly right of way line of By Mack S. Futch $ 84

FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE BIDS Lamer Street distance of 100 P.O. Drawer 1030 $444Page

TO BE OPENED AT 1000A MON feet, run thence Northerly and Starke, Florida 32091 _EACH

THE MORNING OF MON parallel with Old Lawtey Road a Attorney for Plaintiff L

DAY DECEMBER 6, 1976 IN distance of 100 feet, run thence < h. '.
11/18 t'.
THE COUNTY COMMIS Westerly and parallel with Lamar Itchg

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Deadline for fnnerllor HEATER Cleaning and 7
Tuesday Noon AI.COHOI repair work Phone 984Wl All 0\K "till125 pickup
preceding GRAPEFRUIT PILL with ANONYMOUSSucceaHful ( !/ alter 5 p.m. 11/10 utilitiea Included totally truck load delivered Phone i 'r.rsnN J "" -- A:

Thursday lion.Minimum. before and Uiadexi tout eat eatlrfylng meal living for people 4tchg12/9. !; _.._ furnished weekly and M.L. I Lawson !'IA15209.:. f!!
publica weight Extra --- --- REAL ESTATE
now. who want to help monthly npeclal. Temple 11/11. 2tpd_I.11/11)/ yI rrwitlc
atrength formula. Andrews themselves MeetingsThuradaySunday WILL HOUSEWORK Motel 8NO North Temple ,1 jar
Charge 12.00 Pharmacy Keystone. Itpd at 8 p.m. Avenue Starke. Phone 964. --------------

CCo"l'rsl5 Words I.L! _________ Phone 964.5709, 964.5434. Dependable. Phone, rell.ble.12.50hour. 468.1785, 7357. )IJ/JJL! 2'Pl! !IJjN! !" FOR SALE: Farm &. Like new 21' HU double REALTYe
wide Mil I 1111.3 Hit 2
Each word over 15 4734186. 11/4 9tpd between 7.8 construction mich equlp-ve-
BUY OR pm. only. hid ... bath, patio storage blilg.
10 cents SELL Sarah --- ----------- Leave number Itpd 1118HOMESFORSALE Open Monday thru
Coventry Chrlntraai order GUNS FOR SALE-22'a, 25' Saturday 8:30 to 6. Con- on oak shaded lot 122. 1I1I. ..., 6-'J
are now being taken & 38' sold at Dahmer'e FOR SALE algnmenta( welcome. North. - /
All Classified Ails must be Contact Bert or Harold Dlacount. tfchg eaat Florida Equipment: SR 100).S nut I 110 -
paid for in advance unless Colatun..Phone 9647927 or Auction LS-17 North It 3 Kit ('R home on 3.2
you have an established 964.711X4.: .( : II/15. ."- .!. 11/2 SOFA & CHAIR SETSon :NEW: HOME: KevMtoneArea FOR SALE Pop-up Green Cove Springa, 2H45977. acre :.III .111 garage( -
account with the sale at Dahmer'e Diacount.tfchg Just .completed.. 3lI.droom.2 camper all aluminum tfchg t1B.9IH( Cecella Terwillegar
sleeps 4, new canvas, $395.
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Telegraph cents extra: In that evens 50 MILL BABYSIT In my Air Convenient Buth .K location: Heat *, Phone 473.2164 111I82teh. :Neat :2. Bit aluminum Real Facts On REAL ESTATEAsk
charge for
billing. Not responsible to* phone home any anytime.age, hot 96"lunchem- 056. NAME BRAND Adam, 473.205H) or If.I/ 1078. 11/21! Floriland Realty garage Hiding home- on- neparate Morgan for professional I advice before selling your

errors,when given over the 11/1,1 I.i! WATCHESfrom 1".95 upat 7 Ir/chg MOVING AWAY Must Knad *l:1(11111.() home The property you purchased 20 years ago, or
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phone or when Is Dahmer'a Discount tfchgAI Store Building. 50' on 301 even five yean ago Is worth much more today. An
copy sot sacrifice Futur. - -
typed and brought to the LADY W ANTS day .work 4 ---- ------.---- 2 BEDROOM TRAILER Sewing Machine late model.Doea ) with antlquea. 2 HK frame til: .000.H as attractive think.offer for the property may not be as good

office. days per week. Phone 964s39 .I. T\ PES: KEYS: made at 1971 Concord 12 x ttO, large everythingautomatically 6 acre-and- -trailer.- .7 acres Ml 11111 I, A you real estate agent Is knowledgeable on every

:! Olin Mobile home 50) cents living roan, central heat/air, almost like - 815.5119. phase of real estate Including property values.

each Highway 1110 Starke carpeted. partly furniahed.no new. Originally 1599.50, 5 acre with 3 BR frame - Talking with an agent will likely make money for
10rre Jlt.'KIII.!
froat refrigerator, washer balance due !la U83.28 or )
MOTORCYCLESFOR 9HI_ 56011 I rchic.AUTOMOBILES. houne. you In the long run.
AVON CALLLNUt'lobuy" one* cojinectlonj.Phone!! _!.l9-l!: !.lJ7. need someone to take up - I.IWIE1---- Call today and allow us to appraise and market
Avon. Tall 7552HOT writ of SI282/tno. :
SALEi 1972 Honda Ixmui Hyatt, P.Q.Box 220 or: ),Lake FRAME HOUSE Six' Phone paymenta 964.7084. W III deliver.nojDbllgatloni. 3 dining BR corner 1 lot.bath separate lots of 5rr..) sl| 2J1 E: efficient your property.service..We offer courteous prompt and

3SOce. GOOD SHAPE. 375. llty Florida d... USED large room. porch tree, !!!!.__ .ltpd.. .!...11/IS/ room. room 7.5IIO.. --- -
outside city limit, SR 16, - Owner financed 3 BR 1 B comfortable home on
CaD 964-8744. - -
tfehg 112.900.\ Phone 964.8750Uchgll18 LPG TASK 57.5 5 \crea lilill') )) on sit 121I Slre.t...You walk from this
MOWER REPAIRS Push 1975 DODGE CIIARGER (gallon, 2 hou..., sell one or both. I rrms11,111111.!l Cherry can everywhere
-- 810....., riding and /.! ._ potbelly above ground llaa - location.
mowera White with vinyl top, ------ - -
regulator, valvea. S50 -- -
SIZIKI OF STARKE edgera this week (gauge 3 BR. CB Central
( special maroon bucket aeata, 10) lens S\I.IIIIO.: )
lour authorized Suzuki tune-up an low .. (9.95. HOME( & OFFICE Or two cash Myrtle Anderson Heat/Air with atove and A large beautiful home on two lots on Lake ParadiseIn
console AT, PS, PB AC - -
dealer. Phone 164-6020. 1641) Free plck-upi ..nddellv.rl. AM/FM itereo. $.300. apartment 11 room, 3 phone.. ..:964.5210. ...!Itpd! .!...II/IS refrigerator.( Ill: \. 2J II hook ups| Keystone Heights..You have to see this to

S. Walnut 1 FIOI South In ... Phone 964-7841. Phone. 9616318 or 9647435 bathe, w/w carpet. large lot, - bug burn with electric appreciate it.
close to school', S.WISGIACIIISE! Building Lots In ('( Mont -- -
Slarkel. church ly.
lln/rhg-i--! : after. .!.l':!!!.' _lln TF/Cl'lI banks pout office. 426 V Dreanmeker like new 120.\ desirable nice. water and concrete slab forfarroving Green Acres A love 3 Br 2 B with CH&A and

------------ Walnut. Phone ittil 3310.ltpdJIT18 PJione!! 782j3l87.:! ltchg. ll/18. .. - pigs JIMIIMI. all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway
SEED nice .
HOMEIMPROVEMENTS patio great neighborhood.Neat
Tract of land lor sale
has __ _______ 51.11 acresapprosimatrly
OR laapectionaticker. --- -
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REPAIRS: DONE: For 1350. Phone 78238 GARAGE SALE Stereo 2000'on I s 3 BR 1 B home on Saratoga Heights with
10 20 22
: IN(. (If anv type and 5 ROOM FRAME HOUSE: receiver, antique, dewing acre acres :!111! liJ'l! MI ft. 3 lilt 2
alteration In mv home at fireplaces remodeled !: ....!!!.!!J-'11/18. __-__ Located 326 N. herry. machine hospital b.d.bl.y.I. acre 30 acre 40 llalh t ll\ \ Kriik home swimming pool. Nice Neighbors and convenient to ,
6UII0: kitchen, bath, addition, Two lots in acres everything.
Water "Ireet.I.ry city Starke tan and Iou more. with 2 fireplaces large
John.!!.. _*._ .! I.I.. I.! .2lpd 1I/P4 garage, or enclosed 1970 BUCK GS, 350 cJ., (6,500. Call J.K.: Tomllnaon Friday and Saturday, 10 - screened porch -. barn ----
.carport, call Marcus Griffla. 4 barrel excellent inside Bessent Road Attractice 3 BR :2. B home with
((1617050. 11/18
at 3tchg until sundown 107 (enter /Vrir/Andrew., Asstic ,'
LOST DOG 473.210X, ..!tin/chg--_ new radial tire. (750. Phone 12/2 Street, %/*.17S1 CH&A LR DR, large den and even anotfice.excellent
Male beagle !lUWOMAN'S!.'!.!..EL ___ location.
47in6n' : --- ----- ---
..white/black/brown called RILL'S SAW SHOP) : Complete .: .: Jtpdij/i8! __ \Ul'IF..UI.1: :! : -----

"Smokey." Wearing collar sharpening service circular, FOR RENT WEDDING' Keg. Broker I olaipperer !9617151nr \ Home & business In the heart of Starke on 301 -
without 1971
name; had scar on hand. carbide chain mower RINGS: Solitaire 9h4-7WG. 1<*1 3.l'(7!( Brick CH&A..A chance of a life time.....Really
left with and cattle rack
ehoulder. tM reward. and topper ring with 5
blade hollow ground engagement think about this one and act quickly)
Phone! _964.7111X._ (> -1 Itpd,11/18. 4JooIan....... Leave at Jackson \8. 1/2 ton, apeed trans, diamond band Size 7. I'hone LUTEr Hi. -----
Building Supply Surke or Key radio heater excellent KNIsllt.'D .IK Ml lit MHJjb823! .1J>duImt'l _II/I5 1 78238O6msuiitiicc. = Just what you've been looking for Brick 3 BR

EARN: 101'R HIGH tone Hekchu. doh<<. condition. I160O. or be>toffer. 2 bedroom electricityturnUhed. ('NITEDE'.1HIABIN'Y',1: : ... .:. 2i' > Bath CH.A, family room LR, DR fully- i
Phone 782 3H60 after I
SCHOOL DIPLOMA' by located on privatelot : PlIIKTS: : "('. equipped>> kitchen with dining area laundry room
taking the OKI: te.t.. P.-.L! :!! H5/mo.: Phone 'Mil 15. Just $1 each, Phone 782318Hor782337J. office, 2.car garage, and swimming pool. S
Application for the GLDteata 67.11:_ I Ichg. ll/ - -
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are being taken at the PortableUtility '51 CHEVY pICK.l'O.ed. l
Bradford,I' nlon Area :- minor repalra. Good ERY: :NICE URNISHFD r.LDl: :R PIGS 2 1/2 to 3 Csl.ile: BrokerFredtdckelt carpeted CH.A, Brick, LR DR Kitchen, outside

\o..lioa.t.T..hal.aI ('.at.r. Sheds8x16 condition. 200.. Phone 9B47TL one bedroom .p.rtmeat. month old. Phone 41)8) .1711.1.RJL city limits on one acre.

The deadline la December 3. __11/18. .. 2tod' .11/24: ._ PhoneURNISHFD. !! .961.81)71. _.:.' ...!Itpd.!...II/IS. !uy.1"*. .!L'Elli!! 1.! /T* Convenient - -
Phone 964 6150 for E '7503x16 broker concrete block home with 3 BR, 2 baths

1 Information Exam: a 1969 MALIBU) CHK\Y: : : HOISE l'.S. ::1111II.IIIII'"n. LR DR Florida room, central heat (ducted for
December 6.9 from 110pm. E Finished Inside *810 At:. t..o- and bridle. Phone ,
and Dec. 10 from H:30 a m.-l 1 10x12 .775 Finished Inside >8, AT Good condition and country no pets. Phone 473- 7523306., 2tpd 11/21 r,. I.' "' B-B-grill, all on two beautiful lots. Don't miss this I

p.m. 11/18 Ztchg.t 11/24 tlreo. 1..00. Phone 9618921. 4777 or 96.. 611... Itchg JJ/18 IMmm'lliHITI.lirmlijj : -- -
:.. : I 8x10 1 Finished '595OLIN'S ltpdir/18 w Brick in city limits mid 20's with 3 BR 1 B,
!!. II/f8. __________ nil linn.
--------- DIROCK BOARPurebred .. . Central Heat
FOR SALEMagnifying:, In7Mimosa plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
old. No .. .
one year i > down
(glanaea of all aixea with PICK IP TRICKS 1973 10 x 56 MOBILE HOME/ Phone 168.1919. : payment.Are .
... At The Office Shop. tOO SinCe. 964 S60A Dodge I'll.! 3/4 ton, H.D. In Waldo. 2 Bedroom 'llpd paper IIISGREENS -- -

manual 3 speed S2.100. 1967 (\ O/mo.. "*' __ a "do.It "
x -- - central heat/air, *- you -yourselfer? The Floyd Green
International PL, HD 3/.. tirat and aecurity. Can have Manor home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
AUTO REPAIRSBODY ton manual 4 apeed. cattle hone and small household Collard. show place. +.
Mustards, Turnips 50
rack. (700 Phone 9646921.llpd Phone .611.185M Itchg
WORK PAINTING WINDSHIELD LEAKS 11/18 pets.11/18 centa bunch. Phone 7823JJIL Mobile Home ParkA Cecelia T. Terwillegar' Realtor

50% DISCOUNT ON NEW WINDSHIELDSAll ----------- -- __I1/I. Jitpd. 11124. :Nice.Place mil. I R. DR. Ig. Family 206 West Madison
Avenue Starke Florida
Work GuaranteedBOBBY'S WANTED To live Room fireplace on 29
CAMPER: 1966 ApacheCamper acres with barn Graham
BOBY SHOP Two bedroom. central heat
Trailer, area term.
AC 150mo.\ lint sleep aix. I.rgelnta
Laura Church Road Phone 964.7883 aipd iu PAYROLL CLERK window 1250. Phone 961-8464 after 5p.m. Lt OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

Uniforms Inquire 411 at E Brownies Cadillac and W aldo! aecurity.- can have Located hone. Phone and in ..:__!tpd! !!..!I1/18. -____- MaO tardCareGarbage BoieaWater lane Hampton shaded lot Lake ready beautiful for ahouse. \ .::::! HOME PHONE 964.5145

St. from 8 to 4 mall pet
a m. p.m. .
Itchg. Ji18WANTrD! __ ___ 468.1858..' .: _!ltchgjl/18_ dishes - -
toys etc 4 mile Central.Sewage Plant
FILL DIRT ; :North of Starke at r:UieNorman'a Garbage Pickup SR 100 S. I large mobile
teed refrigerator FIRNISHFDAPARTMKNT home lot Well and septic
.' Itpd !11/18. Ample ParkingImproved
3 _
), washers, and atovea In 'tank JUSTIN 1NDWB1GLEIt J&R
Soil good condition Call room. Private entrance Street
Top Dab - ; : BOOTS fur
(;... light and water TW IS GATE. all metal atock Heclric Service to
mere Discount tin ( Very nice mobile home the whole lamilv AUTO
"ill Din 961.7923 turnlhed. Inquire at 603 E. body fit. foreign or domestic :21)0.! ) AmpereaMove with addition, 1./1/ acre)
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Wanhington. 11118 2tpd model' truck Phone 964- Mrlered... SALVAGE
( shaded lot, 3111 S. Owner Our stark: over KNIO) pairs
WANTED: Farm Aconatructlon M/2J! _. 7216. 1313 !Pratt !-ot. Itchg financing of boot.

Call; 468-1873 mach.equip-ve- IJ/18- -- InBonuaKREK - I ixaloil on Kit 121

hi..... Let ua sell your :2. BEDROOM IIOISK : C'onnerlv Falatea: SR 16. 2 Our guarantee: we offer* hi-lufrii U.iifmcl and|
for Infurniahed. FOR SALE Space healer 1 Month Rent mi. Irom town beautiful lake I '
STEPHEN SMITHSTAR aurplua you Open Very nice the Urgent selection and KnllfiNOU
Monday thru Saturday, 8.30to Good reeidentlalneighborhood. I with tank oil: blonde dining Hectrfe Hookup brick home 3IIK. 211, 1.K the lowest price of anyone (11'1,:N
Northeaat: Florida 3 blocks from room table china closet 1 1.11. family room and In thin area.
FOil III !MNrssMrlh.iiniiil !'
ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. equipment: Auction. L'S' .17, high( achool. Contact at 119 corner table, new electric PHONE 984-74H8 kitchen central air & heat

North Green Cove Springa, :N. Walnut. Starke. 11/18 trimmer etc. Phone .473 Paved drive Try UN. You will like u*. umk"
2M-$911. tfchg rjF/Chg: : 4668: I Itchg. )II/IN---! !!' - 1'vrd l "nl"I.II.t.|

New blk home in town He have a few pair ofgenuine HilimnUflilint/( !
FUR SUEl, Dhmond needlea Ralph Bryan :IBIl 2H. I R. t/l'AV. glove lather Riiy s junk <.,11.s
OPPORTUNITY HELP WANTED I.OM-I.Y: MOBILE: HOME: for any 1I !....over 2 17 different r large garage, quiet area, s U ARK: DA\GE: OuenMondAv

Middle age couple only Mica, we have bean all. Dale Real EstateDOVTIlrLAl corner let- Mlippvr t'Io..out.t $10.95 Friday
"AITR.o'iOT.: : .:\ (10/mo.. Inquire al Jo I I.u .
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mere INncounl. a pair ('ome in before aloes. Am Vp m
AVAILABLELocal Must be 18. Apply In Motel and Trailer Park on 2 story frame houne in are gone Silt turn Noon
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peraon at llorne'a 301Soulh.lfn/chg.'. .!.!-_..! ___ __ __ ------ : Inwn.oneof the older one nosed Sunday
Kealauranl In l.awley ALCMI\I'M WINDOWS HIYIOOMHour \ with plenty of living' area CARRADINE'S

I/!! hll______ PXRHULl URNISHFD Single hung and awning 36 - -
manufacturer of boys' clothing 2 Bedroom h..u.00: aN-$8,5030x27/ -' > choice of S to 26} acre Several commercial on IF: \\Tllr: MIIII'I.
('lo to town. :North of I 1..I.y I Low do..np.ym.nt 301. I I. lor id BRNIIWICadillac "
children. til.51). 18 a 52 1\5.506: awtev r ,
PERSONAL SI25/mu.. Phone 9647521 I p to 20 yarn to pay - I mile MouthMOBILE
,52 12700: M I \NYOTIIrR
(pants vests, and blazers) is seeking L. llnchg:. --___ : .SIDES: B \RGAINI ,on. balance.. . . I lake Butler 3IIK brick A Phone 752.3 tllll Floe Sales.Srfcvrum/ & Smite(9I'ord(

-KM:: r:R, 3111) South tfnehg a 3IIR Block ('.... Tnkrn
1 to 10 acres Oft !SR' 1 110)
MISSILE 11t1'l1E1"lG! : Ala
applications for key personnel. mobile home hurricane anchorhig : FOR RENTi 12 It. wide !South High and dry Lowdown I :1 I lilt: F ba 7h7 block Gndd9rr TnrI.s
mobile home outside city : construction. Ill, lamilt HOME :JKIINW.il) .T7VMHa
: and nubile horaie roof coal- limit 964-6114\ or 473.4777.tlchg It') x 20 PUIO ('0\ .:R .:. .payment ran* monthly Room in town (i\".: 'II.U 1 :

Only those with a minimum of five vice.kin IMla'ItIBIlJo 9tt4-5n. St :Rd Home loW Ser& Installed II I40.: ninnlalled.. .rm.1,1. 9 .rr-. pasture- : land PARK
150.. ti.lorlobll. Home '
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-- .odIon"
Stark .,., --- reasonably
Jet. 233. ), tfchgWHO. Service 500. N.W 11th St.. priced just off
years' experience in sample making .. _u_ __ 2 BFDROOM: 1I0l S. at rive Star Mobile homes.3729767G.ineevgle Anytime SR 16. N.W of town. InoUeUtvlJmit) Thank 'toe miles 1IIKOKrU :
no - milk f..IImlj( (,"< Spicoiblbunhmm, '
Furnished, no pet ; Ifnchg K.I."IIBII'IHelllllr F; MIOP. I'h. !)101.371(1.; (I
BABY SIT lor any age objection to I or :2. small Very nice large frame ( .
and/or supervision need apply. chid in my home. 9n4 Ktlllchf. I. children spacious ground. I[E1 B houne on corner lot In town

(. Phone 7Jt23279.! !.t'P4..!!!/ -OTVIdavor' nigh I, 3I1R. bathHA \ largegarage. $.10 Per'Month -----------]
!! \TMOV8 BOISE: OF .....,. All(Itv ConvenienceaI I rI
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Apply in person at \Alit MS; Many brand irf f- Police ITnteNoafits Well Drilling
HONE REPAIRS: Any :Z BFDROOM: HOISE new vacuum. I aed machine, ',. .!
15 20 landon ..Water and Sewer
acre tract high <.a
type remodeling roof, new !Small furnished convenientto available r:iperl" Kepalra all
VOGUE MANUFACTURINGOFFICE additions, concrete .work or shopping area, no childrenor makea. Parts and acceawriea( for paved Term road. Graham Jo-Lu Motel 2" thru 6"I
painting Free estimates pel. Phone 9645417. all vacuum BullHn central IAI'1G4TLsMP I Fast Rotary I
phone 964AI27. 11/18 Itpd 11/18/ vacuum cleaning .,_mo. ../4 - 964-8810
Home and Bui IduigMaterial
frame house
Large 3I1R
U/thg. ____ - .- :NW 10th A.... lneavUle. 376-' on I Drilling Equipment
) corner lot In city
on Highway 100 S, from 9 a.m.. to 2 R.IIROOIUIl'S.: .: 7110. tfchg reasonable priced clone very to STATE

PAPPAS ACCOINTINGSrRVIlK : : Carpet, central heal utility T- -WE BL'I1D- hopping area LICENSED

3 p.m only. : : 118 S. Court room den and air FOR S XI.Fl, Mobile Hone part Tour: Ftpi (Ir furs - -
Starke. Phone 964.7612.Ui conditioning. 116 /monlh and 111.1 IVH YiiurLolUrOiri"FR.EF..STIMArKS
Salary NegotiablePaid nippliea MOHI1: 1-36 acre homenite( ) 4 PumpsNew
? !ln II.129MAJORETTE. __ plus depo.il. Phone 964 IKIVK: S VJ.>. 110.,.. KM) W. : : : mile :-0.W of starke
Holidays Paid Vacation 5941. Itpd It 11M Starke 'ti.f.5liItl. ......... Remodelrui RepalraAddnJona ( - -

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1fWCj" ..8 : LESSONS: n -- frame house In town 2 f1'1rpOODLEGROOMING & UsedSalesPartsService I
Girls Intereaied in lessons Nona BiaiKht. bedroom I.R. Kit. r RVerv .
report to Lawteyrlementary Sold Traded reasonable

sop, : at 1 p.m. ANY L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.6NOW - -
Saturday Debra Harper ACREAGE Hilt SALE! :3 I BR. I bath block I I

teacher. IUIO/p.non lor SERVING YOU /IN THE 4-SK5,1 construction corner lot. In I E-Z TermsPlumbing

RegisterOil gy group leaaon for a hour. m town. Appointments For I
Phone.! 7X2..i'l'". / -COUNTY AREA \ Hu-y JOt Soul It. Starlit - -
Starke OfficeM. a <..rORC.FRORrRTS.IR.Reg: : : Your Convenience I
> Real Estate: Broker
Company 1I\'ln-M\S All home
repairs, Interior and / Phone !I64 7826 964.7837 I New Installation

eaterior. Remodeling hoses Melrose Office 475-1269 BeforeYou Off:N Saturday A M 'Fill ChOLIN'S ,
308 Thompson washing and paintlan I Remodeling I
964-5888 Special ratea/terma for Keystone Office 473.2669

.. aenlor cltlioaa. Freeeetbaata 0 RR House on 1 acre. Owner financed $l,IMM1.OU down, Buy A I Repairs
Phone 944-8961
Fast Friendly call
after 5pm. for Immediate '
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Service attention.. :. II. .!!.!. Itch. |_2/9 110' a 170' lot with well. Good location. Ju.t out ol to.... I fl- IDurranccIpUMPS
Fuel Oil - Olin'3 Subdivision Acre Lots. '30" Per month.

Commercial property with approalmalelr i''"H> feel door Water And Sewage Furnished For Information ( & SUPPL

* * * FORMICA apace In downtowa !Starke. ferma oil...... .
- Call Mark Olin Olins Mobile Homes Sales. I COMPANY
4.a Sheet, $" 1 BR, furnished house lor rent. Good location. See
Seigler & Perfection Heaters Hwy 16 W & Morgan Rd. No Pets Please I 864 N Temple Ave

SCO Sheet' Available J Call nr come see ua today U ;"u-are ready In buy or aell. John 964.5603 I Starke i

Sales & Installation OLIN 4uaegakka-Amoc.uc !!f"RKERRASCIilro. Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living in

.. Faulkner Aaeoelale 206S.Wal.rSt.PaulFaulkaerAmoci.te 473 3775 j 9647061No"ember
10 1'Cn' { 9"18 11 18 MOBILE HOME !StarkeFl,32091 F Bradford Co. L.__________..

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the For Bradford the ninth year High in School a row superior performed in each maneuver In Rush For Wounded SquirrelAs j

marching band has earned a The band will perform 'in I ar -

straight superior" rating in a Gainesville again Nov; 19 as three young boys rushedto Cochran attributed to
statewide marching participants in the 1976 University I
competitIOn find a wounded squirrel, a "Inexperience in hunting and
of Florida Home blast from a ..20-gauge the handling of firearms."
coming Parade The parade hammer action shotgun firedat Cochran, a veteran Union
BItS was one of 27 bunds begins at 1 p m in downtown close range tore Into the tl. Va'r County lawman recalled
participating In the competition Gainesville chest of a 13-year-old Lake Pittman as "an exceptionally
held Sat., :Nov': 13, in Band members are also Butler youth making him the good boy," and said the youth
Gainesville. Only four other busily preparing for the Dis area's first hunting fatality of himself was a skilled hunter.
bands besides BUS earned the trict Concert Contest, also to the 1976 hunting season. +
straight superior rating be held in Gainesville next The blast which killed s Pittman son of Mr. and

which means they were rated March Wendell Dean Pittman 13, Mrs. Barney Pittman of I
was fired at one to three feet < Route 2, Lake Butler, was I
according to pronounced dead at the sceneof
----- "!di:;.', ..." __..:......-.: & 'fIt D.L. Cochran Investigatingofficer of the the hunting accident, abouta
Union County Sheriff'sDepartment. mile and a half south of hisparent's '
Turkey. addressing flock in
farmyard; 'Now; here's the home shortly after 4
MILE OPENtl N't1 plan. We go on a hunger strike No charges have been filed p.m. Saturday by Union
I -.0 that In Thanksgiving we're in the accident which Wendell Pittman County emergency medical
but. "
nothing skin und bones!
Pittman, an eighth grade

? S& Landfill Operation At Brooker To Be Worked Out School student at was Lake squirrel Buller hunting Middle I.,

HOUSEFOR with his
12 year old brother Land "
Final arrangements for the council at 7 p.m. month. City officials have already another 13 year old
operation of the garbage The dump built by county received the key to the companion when the accident I.
DO-IT-YOURSELFERS r dump at Brooker will be worked employees at less than half site from the county com- occurred
i} \ I Has Arrived out tonight when county the cost of the original $25,000 mision but there has The youths rushed to a spot
commissioner Hazel Paulk dumping site at Lawtey has apparently been some where a wounded squirrel had
Sunday Only Men 21 1\H6 Noon Until 5 30 PM ( L meets with the Brooker been for the
And We Have YourAMMUNITION operational past confusion on specfific fallen when the companion'ssingle

Rt 3 Bo\ 25 C 3 Lakf Citv, Fiord! operational details. barrel hammer action,
\ 2 Arrested Here .20-gauge shotgun
\1\ If the city of Brooker hires accidentally discharged. The
_....1.., its own employee to operatethe blast of No.; 6 birdshot struck
w'. -' / it dump city Pittman In the chest just
For dump can
.. Selling MarijuanaTwo
IS: __..
L! garbage there for free, but if above the right breast,
All Top QualityCome
:::i .r : Types
eWL'-. "* .1\zr.-Zr.. ..... ? ivy, the county has to hire a man Cochran said.Saturday .
......Jt: '_, ..... <' 1 Starke men were Tuesday by state's attorney it would assess the: city a fee was the opening
< ;.:c\a See placed in the Bradford County personnel.Bond :Mrs Paulk said. day of the 1976 77 hunting
:>: '.V : l'ra I _'," ', .fl M',I T -.. Jail following their arrest had not been set for season in Florida.A.k .
afternoon by the pair as of Wednesday She said it's up to city
a iy i Mn Tuesday city
Pi : >:. ; Ml'' : Jackson police officers for the sale and morning pending first officials to decide what days
r. ,i, ;,': : .;,> ;, Building Supply delivery of marijuana. arraignment before the and times they wish the
Donald W. Russell 20, and county judge. dumping site to open.
: ''e .. .. .v r.' ',v. en,.::+;:}, .HOrdE: '"'d torst none r.cl'nxr :rr,nd ., :.r::' N Cherry St. Starke. Fla. 964-6078 Richard Mitchell 31, were
'r,,'fvl Vt, F ,VAm > arrested around 3 p.m.
,' rOW M L'S o ls t all 'ogelnet plans' o'eC"OlH,1, 'iun--e' Tuesday in a coordinated Christmas ParadeSet
.lei., ny.lnp avson blv I nslr ULtrons o'aul"u'" 'hdcnen, caone", 01.I q local at
effort police
ellmp., and here, Handle a nammef and save trie*iigti' cost!of p "j
,h'wienal wotxmer' No plev'Ou"' carpentry e.po"enco necessa'R GainesvilleLivestock separate locations in the city. December 11The
The arrests were made as
stopped one man on
MILES has, moMaaqe motley and wilt, trust you bolo,. you start' "Redd.t Market police US-301 north and other on annual Christmas Parade heralding the advent of the
,ii> rnl t mpo'ta'M' N..I"oapa.d..o i lot You n enjoy, your home
pars' low' rem, size payments Stop paying, rent start, t toward ',narMILES :North': Clark Street.A Christmas shopping season and sponsored by the Starke-Brafrod
d'' Recur, ty total of four pounds of County Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Saturday. Dec. 11,
'ids me ..-.ctoon.n> homes ranches two stones' split'" 'levels. since |1'1. i". hate Increased the past few months, marijuana, with an estimated according to Bill Wilson local Chamber executive.The Charley
,ir-n 'iogrl n 2 'to 4 bedrooms Or use your own plan <>Ill s> llliiL\ iharres' are less on most cattle than street value of $1.000) was parade is scheduled to form at 9.30; a.m. on the southside of rE
I I', sae'rr'rwme/amity i Guest, and your plans' A Miles., Man will, be on hand'to most other! :Markets. taken in the two arrests. the Bradford High football stadium (Adkms Strf'l'facing\) the
row onenr .
".1. om tan 01 a new hl'. Russell and Mitchell, west. The parade will start at 10 a m. and proceed south on Orange
OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5.25 EXCEPT LARGE according to police, are Street to Madison east on Madison to Thompson Street then northon
'r can ldtpnn P PUS*MSN me catalog ot MO tips j BI'J.LS S 7. 50 (Much less than 3% plus ;- lormer North Carolina Thompson west on Call Street to Court then north, disbanding at John."I

SENDFOR ', page most other markets residents who have resided in the Florida Bank Parking Lot.
I charge)
IDEAau the local area for the past two Cash prizes of$65 $45 $25, and $15 will be awarded to the entries know that an independent
BOOK ,i...'o z D CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS months. "They just came to judged to be the most outstanding on the basis of theme ,
l town to make themselvessome originality, artistry and appearance.All .
___ :MomlaA wedn"sllaSS! Tuesdays money" said City churches civic organizations, school groups and local he insured againtbo I f

MILES HOMES FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. businesses have been invited to participate. Interested individualsand insured against .
The arrests capped a twocl.k organizations are invited to enter floats, marching units and .
. r vehicles. blanks be obtained dt the Chamberof 'depreciated value.: If
:" \\ investigation which is decorated Entry can
: : ,,: We Cattle
Wednesday Charge continuing at the present time Commerce office 202 S. Walnut St., or the one appearing with a Homeowner Policy .

Have test Cattle here by 11am.o with additional arrests this article may be used About This Question:
anticipated according to Deadline for entries is at noon Friday, December 3. "From
19! JO to 1972
Chief Bowen.

!. City police officers were ............................................................. the increase: in
assisted in their investigation ; residential construction
leading to the two arrests ;4Wolbrrt OFKIC'I ESTU\' BLANK costs was

Suffers I Chamber of CommerceP.O. 184 per cent. In 1972

e e 4; Box tub alone, building costs", '

o 0 Slight Stroke i Slarke. Florida 32091 increased 9 per cent.I .

Local attorney J.Wolbert You can count on us. wonder if people
has returned home and is have increased theirpropt'rty
"leelmg fine" after being We11I participate In the local ANNUAL: \DFOKII) 'OI'ST\ insurance to
hospitalized with a slight CHRISTMAS: PAKADK': to..tx held Sjlur<|j>', December II. ill 10)
Mroke o\er the weekend, his a.m. rover the
office reports replacement value of

:North':\\nlbert Florida was admitted Regional to !! their property in case

CaZ7tT Sa.1.CJi? Hospital in Gainesville Friday of major
with what doctors said was a' (Name of Organization-'lub-l'hurdi or Business firm> destruction?"

slight stroke, brought on by ;
tension and migraine ; Signed (;III ur1e1 I I-.

headaches ;
\\olbcrt is an assistantstate's Phone number ; AGENCY
attorney, and attorney
: --- for the Bradford County Ty pt of Entry : I 131 S WALNUT ST STARKE
j School! Board. ;>.........pit ......................pat........................: PHONE 964-5070 .>


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