Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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\ No. 7 Thursday,,September 14, 1972 Copy


HamptonElects i P-aulkHolliday. :

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5 New

OfficersFive incumbents Win 2 Battles ;

were swept out of office ? -

in Hampton's

city ted day candidates,the election which largest a'trao-in Tues-fieldof the 3 Run-Offs Set i

town's history.
Willard Thomas a former
mayor staged a comback to Temple
defeat Incumbent Arthur Bruno t
96 to 52. Bruno was completing Schaefer Wins "
Ms first one-year term, Reddish !
In office and had staged an ,
active'campaign! for re-elec- Q

tion.Incumbent Marshall. Ralph Council Seat Sanders :

Vaughn lost to Herschel Parker ;
a former marshall by a
vote of 57 to 44. Vernon For- In Lead
syth received 36 votes and LJi ,
Roy Roark trailed with 9. Voters Okay
Three hotly contested 1
Bonnie Trtsler a 1972 hon-
or graduate of Bradford High second pri- !
School won the City Clerk post A large crowd extended all the way Into the courthouse as clerks Janet Turner left, and Betty Ann Phillips mary run-offs will ;

with 95 votes a two to 46 to for one her, margin running-of hallway, overflowing the county commission mooting room, ruth to get the vote tolly on the board Tuesday night. Mayor ChangeNational bring voters back to ,

mate Evelyn Vaughan. the polls here on Oct- I

Three Incumbent councilmen ober 3 to register a
lost their seats In the 10-man Chamber To AssistIn Guard employee Charles choice between:
council race ,where political
Schaefer won his first term on the Reddishand
newcomer Ted Curtis led tho --Dolph
ticket with 82 votes. Don Hill, Starke city council Tuesday with a Tom Crawfordfor

a veteran of 16 years' past narrow 29-vote margin over Incumbent sheriff

In service second on place the with Council 70 votes was Billy Noegel and city, voters firmly decided --Jim Temple; and

although/ he did not seek the Securing Doctors"One to change their form of governmentto Tom Casey for
office and was qualified for It the mayor-commissioner type.
by a petition circulated by sup superintendent of

porters. Ralph Trlsler won the Those were the most significant mechanic Jimmy Bowen a former schools;
thrid two-year council term of the greatest things platter approach is the rightJr.., president of First Federalone Mizell said he isn't certain changes to the 1972 "off councilman who left the
with 65 votes, and P. H. Lou, this area is concerned with now ," said B.F. (Bud) .Mlzell Savings & Loan. doctors want a guaranteed In- year" Starke balloting In which council In 1970 to run unsuccessfully --Elzle S. San-,
fourth high, will serve an un- is the shortage of doctors," come. "(\ doctor should be 1,610 votes, or 69 per cent of for police chief.Tucker ders and Carl Hurst
explred one-year term Shell \Oil Dealer,John.Torode,I \Bin he'll make it if he shows ,, ,
2,334 registered"..voters turned\ polled 795 votes to Bowen't
"'The"'thM*defeated incum- told the Boardof-Governors of' ,4 Doctor, : ShortageSolution .,: ,c.v.. ::i pat the office.1.. '-. .'out..*Neil Tucfcenretainodhis'council '769, a 26-vote margin. 'for' county judge,
bents were. i'ranc. Wads- the Bradford Chamber of Commerce I E In other" action, the Chamber : feat and voters favored One Wiggins had the most A run-off was also Indicated
worth, with 51 votes; Pat Glover last Thursday' boardWas two year. terms.of. office bye comfortable martin of the three In the House of Representatives -
50; and Grace Beale, To that 'end. the governors, Sought'A told the August Brad city races with a 168-votemar- District race between
ford Improvement Award wentto gin 873-703 Bradford County's Frank
29.Lillian after a lengthy discussion decided over challenger ; Williams
Ingenlathi{ Incumbentcity to offer the Chamber's the Daisy service Station on Ernest Allen, :owner of City and St, John County's
clerk who' did not seek assistance to Bradford Hospital meeting to enlist the aid One young physician currently t'S-301 north owned by Pacer e a Fish & Meat Market. Allen ran Bill Lockhart.
reelection In order to run for Board In securing new of members of the communityIn in the army, instance,would 011 Co. and operated ,by Mck for the council'''Inl97land\ polled In the County Commission
Council received 49 votes; W. doctors. The governors asked solving the current critical like locate Bradford County Grlffis. + the a mct'humber' of votes he DUt. 5 race. Dive Paulk apparently
K. Brown tallied 48; and Josephine Chamber Executive John Myersto doctor shortage In Bradford If he can be released from ser --Named Mark Jackson 1973 did Tuesday,and was beaten last won a narrow First
Fontaine'Inn.last with convey their offer to the hospital County was held at the Brad- vice. president-elect of the chamber year by 877-705. Primary victory over incum-
< board. ford County Hospital Wednesday At present there are only two by a unanimous vote. The position By another narrow margin bent Zedra: W. Hamilton and
26.Approximately 75 per cent Three years ago the Chamber n doctors admitting patients to the was opened when Bill(Driver +c city voters elected to keep voting -
of the registered voters visIted backed away from attempting Representatives of the Bradford Bradford hospItal,although several local Holiday Innmaregernwas for Starke office holders
the polls In an unusual display help find doctors when !it was Chamber of Commerce, the others can admit patients transferred toBrooksville. each two years, turning down
of Interest In Hamptoncity decided that doctor*themselves Bradford County Commission,a through staff physicians.Resultis David Smith Bradford High agriculture s Clerk Merrill Edwards' suggestion -
government. No clear-cut should do the searching Cham- number of legislative leaders that patient load is far below teacher was named that terms be lengthened -
Issues were defined by any ber Secretary Lillian Pearson and the press were invited, according the level In the 50-bed hospitalthat replace Glover on the board of to four_years by 32 votes
of the candidates. recalled. But this year the situation toHospltalAdmtnlstra- will alow the facility to governors. 697-665. Those favoring four
,New officers will fill their has been termed crltiaal tor George Canova. Trustees operate on a break-even basts. --Named Hampton Mayor Arthur year terms gained a strengthover
posts starting with the second enough so the Chamber gover- the hospital and members of the The county commission this Bruno first vice-president I 4Q x, the pastlOyears,however.
Tuesday In October. nors decided to step in with its medical staff were also Invited. year agreed to raise one mill, of the chamber, the position \ Four year terms were turned
..yStarke' offer "To get a community effort $55.584 plus the $15,000 it has vacated by Jackson when he down by 270 votes In 1960 In an
"I suggest the Chamber of launched which will assist us In been giving the hospital to finance became president elect. election In which 1,066 voters
M'an'Charged Commerce assist the hospital obtaining the services atleast a 5300.000-plus: build- --Was told the 1972 Calf Schaefer were cast and about 1.600 voters {
board" said Torode. "No criticism three more doctors at the hospital ing program to include doctors Scramble drive has raised $2- were registered.The .
Intended, but it is a cri- ," aid of supporters of Flori- offices at the hospital Hospital 472 In donations $1,165 and raffling very close margins. veteran Orle Wiggins will
In tical! situation." The chamber da's current federal officials trustees, maintain the doctors of a side of beef ($847)) Schaefer edged Noegel 789- begin his 14th year on the council -
could aid the hospital board in including Senators Lawton offices plus an Improvedand but needs $313 more to meet 760 to win his first political this October. He has served -
some manner said Torode Chiles O-Lakeland. and Ed-' expanded emergency room the cost of 15 registered calvesto office. on the city; board for 10
,Bike WreckA such as hosting prospective ward Gurney R-Fort Lauderdale and laboratory will make the local be purchased from the Edwards Council Chairman Nell Tucker straight years. Tucker will begin -
physicians on their visits to the In obtaining doctors situation muchmoreattractive Angus Farm on Edwards narrowly won reelectionover his third term.
Gainesville woman Is In county. Just knowing the community through federal assistance.A to young physicians. Road.victory. Starke businessman and Though Schaefer has not served -
satisfactory condition in Ala- ; wants them could bea on the council before he II IIi
chua General Hospital after being physician's deciding factor In has a long list of accomplishments 1YPeulk
Involved in a bike-truck Influencing him to locate In In the city; in a non-oc-
collision Tuesday afternoon the Starke area, he pointed out Yawn Makes Run-Off flcial capacity. He presently
with the driver of the truck "I think we should become ; heads the city; auxiliary police former commissioner Russell
being Lauren F. Thomas, 20, involved. It's a community problem unit and Is a volunteer firemen Green Jr. Paulk's
of Starke. ," said Chamber President and has been active In though plurality
was only 40 votes and
Mrs. Joan l\(. Vaughn, 41, Maxie Carter Jr. the city recreation program.
race could be thrown Intoa
was taken to the hospital aftera Torode's point was"very well Also of d
Green Wins significance is the second primary run-off when
taken We should work with the JudgeshipBradford
pick up truck driven by voters' 865-517 decision to absentee ballots are counted. I

hit the bicycle she was hospital Commission board Chairman, said George County ... missioner change to form the of mayor-com In the Sheriffs race Chief I I

(See Pag. 8)) Roberts He noted the county!; run-off betwwen Theron Schwartz 339 Yawn which five council governmentIn memberswill (See Page 8)'Cool' ) '
commission this raised ; 626. in the for Circuit voters favored
year A. lawn of Starke and A. Z, race heavily elect one of their numberto
-n-.fie taxes one mill to give the hospital GnAdkina\ ) of Gainesville Levy: Adkins 925; Schwartz Judge, District 5, polling 16- Green, giving him 3,078
funds to expand its emergency indicated 406; Yawn 1,111. 246 votes to 10,333 for his votes to 1,305 for Tomllnson. serve as chairman and ma-
t was the close
m room and to build doc- Union: .Adkins 763; Schwartz runnlngmate James L. Tom- yor. This idea was original Lost
nmOlrirr C
what c man race for Circuit Judge
f tors' offices at the hospital. 270; lawn 728. llnson. also of Gainesville, on proposed by City Attorney
Group 6. on the basis of unofficial R. A. ) George Pierce after
Buzz Green Jr., of the basis of incomplete returns the coun- In Election
Torode said he has talked to returns In Tuesday's HardwareStore cil
t Gainesville, scored a decisive from the six-county circuit accepted the attorney's first
jt doctors two other rea towns. First PrlrnaJ'). proposal to abolish and Starke
Finally losing Its 'cool the
\5 "they say doctors offices the With absentee ballots still Mayor's Court. City court
election erupted Into
Hit a
hospital Is the new approach." uncounted (about 1.000 In Ala- '9 Votes cases will go to County Judge's scuffle Tuesday night betweena
t "I'm not sure this golden chua County alone) Adkinw hada Separate Court under new Article 3 of defeated county commissioner p
t count of 10,932 to Pawn's By RobberBradford the Florida Constitution which and a voter on the other side
9,630 and 8,522 for third man requires abolition of all such of the fence.
t Herbert Schwartz. Williams LockhartFrank courts In the state In three The scuffle erupted about 11
September Rain Hardware Store
Bradford heavily favored on years. p.m. outside the courthouse between -
Garage Sale I Yawn with 2,734; giving Adkins East Call St. in Starke. was Article 3 expands the dutiesof Billy Dodd of Starke and
Drops SharplyOnly 1,541, and Schwartz 432. robbed of an undetermined amount state courts and absorb all
Williams of Starke and 367 for Hester. County; Commissioner Zedra
Saturday, S.pt. 16 Schwartz led InA lachua County Bill Lockhart of St. Johns, Lockhart carried his home of money last Friday municipal court and Justice of Hamilton and his two sons Jim-
i three-tenths Inches of ;) with 6,806 votes, to 6,174 during the noon hour, when a the peace courts the functions and Tommy Hamilton
9 a.m. 5p.m.. County; were running neck and county of St. Johns with 957 customer asked the lady In of which my all
for Adkins, and 3,776 for Yawn. must be eliminated by
rain has been measured In of Bpooker. Dodd
neck for top spot in the District to 487 for Rivers; 277 for front signed an
to In the
get some January 1977.
Old Goodman Sor. The unofficial vote In other rope
Bradford County so far In September 25 House of Representatives ,Williams; and 173 H for Hester back the took affidavit against the trio
Station At apparently bearing the ,counties of the 8th Judicial race on the basis of Hester, of Orange Park, won robbery place. The Starke mayor's primary Wednesday r morning In the
t sharp drop In rainfall fromAu- Circuit was: unofficial returns from Tues heavily In Clay County with 1- Mrs Chessle Osvrlck of Job both In responsibility and county Judge' office for assault
i Walnut & MadisonSponsored gust to September In past re- Bakers Adkins 890; Schwartz day's First Primary. 489 to 660 for Lockhart; 629 Starke was waiting on customers remuneration was to preside and battery.
cords. 317: lawn 633.GUchristj for Rivers; and 512 for %Williams. In the front of the store over the weekly Mayor's Court Deputy; Sheriff Robert Green
By Adkins 639; With absentee ballots still when a customer entered the Since
t The 40 for the the dty court will be phased was at the courthouse when the
BETA SIGMA PHISORORITY month of August year average Is 14.03 Inches uncounted at noon Wednesday, None of these total Include store and asked for some rope. out by January I, the city scuffle occurred. It stopped
Lockhart had a nine-vote lead absentee ballots. Mrs. Devrlck went to the back council reasoned and when be got outside When
t Mayor
and the same for September Calf Scramble
drops average to 1.97 Inches. over Williams In the district, Lockhart and Williams traded of the store with the customerto Carl Hurst agreed, the office Stark police officer arrived
t Meeting Set which Includes Bradford, Clay frequent blows In the pre-pri- get the rope. of mayor as presently constituted minute later the altercation. t
'" Despite the flood two weeks and part of St. John counties mary rallies and will likely Mrs. Devrick told the investigating would be virtually was over '
t mbt QI aununUq ago, August 1972ni tactually An important meeting of the Unofficial totals in the five- step up their intensive campaign Officer Denton D*. les.. Mayor Hurst for Instance Commissioner Hamilton,
t was below the 50-year Calf Scramble Committee Is man race were i Lockhart 2- in the Second Primary voe of the Stark Police Department does not have a vote on completing his second term on
t"'an.k average measuring U.6 Inches set today (Thursday Sept,14) 798 luster; Williams 2.7891WUliam-Thomas run-off; October 3. Lockhart she did not think the the city cote tdl. the board trailed In a three-
t according: to the Division of at 5 p.m. In the Chamber of R. 2.011; and J. attacked William as favoring customer whoa.kedforth.rope way race Dave Paulk polled
b-N..e Forestry headtyjarters, on SR- Commerce office River 1,551.Williams "open housing" legislation, had anything to do with the rob- Mayor Hurst Is In the run- 2.310 votes In an overwhelming;
T.ltbeaeM.: ,u.J 100 west of Sferke. Chamber Manager John My received 2.000votes while Williams defended his bery. off with Attorney Elsie Sanders first primary victory. Russell
_,.r : There have been no forest ers urges all members to at- In Bradford County; to 1.181 for stand, stating that It was now The store Is owned by Dev Green had 1.151 votes and Hamilton
fires so far this month. tend. Lockhart 435 for Rivers; and the law of the land. rick Inc. (S.. Pele 8)) L119.

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J. D. Prestons Marilyn Sue Lee Becomes Bride Elects Officers

Hosts At t Rehearsal Of Mr. Lang In Bethel ChurchMarilyn Sunday NightThe

Dinner Party
United Methodist
Sue Leeand Clarence junior
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Preston Johnny Lang were united In Youth Fellowship held an electIon -
ot Gainesville were hosts marriage on Friday Sept. 1, In of ofticereat the church Sunday -

at a candollght dinner party the Bethel Baptist Church with nights:
Thursday night, Aug. 31, In the Rev J.C Saunders officiating.! President; Terry ;
( Pecan Room of the Garden Restaurant The bride is the daughter of vice-president, Eollne Green;
honoring their son, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lee of secretary Janet Boyce; treasurer -
t a ; Chad, and his fiancee, Linda ., '. k Starke and the groom Is the son Diane Crews; telephone
r- Coison, following the couple's of Mrs. Grace Lang and the late committee Andrea Eaves and
wedding rehearsal.The Richard Lang of Maxvllle. Barbara Godwin; sergeant of
head of the T-shaped tablewas ( Ir The bride, given in marriageby arms Ricky Johns; publicity; ,

it :..r c centered with an arrange. I : her lather, wore a gown or Nelson Green., for
; Plans were reor-
ment of white chrysanthemums, Rachel lace double knit. Her
carnations and daisies. White veil was banded with lace and ganizing the Junior MF.. Young
burning tapers In crystal holders seed pearls, which fell In a people from 6th to 8th grade
1. circled with Ivy were centered / Short train. She carried a are Invited to attend tlio meetIng -
at intervals of white, white Bible with a whit 6 to 7:30: p.m.Sunday night
pastel blue, and green stain orchid. For further Information call
ribbons which ran the length of Miss Judy Stewart attended Barbara Godwin or Andrea

the long tables.Approximately. ,n, as maid of honor, wearing a Eaves.
a 30 guests included 16 lavender gown of print voile with
the honored couple,their matching picture hat of straw Altar Society
parents the wedding party and ii lace. Miss June Jarvis was
r Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. ifemll- r p. bridesmaid and wore a pink Plans ProjectsFor

ton of Gainesville grandparents, '- gown of print voile with matching Fall SeasonSt.
of the groom. Other out-of- picture hat of straw lace. white linen and lace cloth, and
town guests were from Hampton Knight-Dowling/ Vows ExchangedIn They carried bouquets of car was centered with a threetiered -
Gainesville Tampa and nations. wedding cake topped with a Edward's Altar

.. Pens cola. First Presbyterian ChurchMiss Randolph Padgett of Maxvlllewas bride and groom \\hlte cera- held the first meeting of the
dh with. toll season Wednesday
The honor guests presented best man. Ushers were mic cherub candle holders
J' there attendants with gifts.' Nancy Rae Bowling, celving line were the bride David Lang Freddy Lang and burning tapers flanked the calte. last week at the home Mrs.of Fran-Mrs.
and their parents, and Julie Crlffls and Mrs. Gladys Weldon with
anti fowling groom, Robert Lee.Decorating. Miss
of Mrs. Margie .
ADK District daughter cut the cake. cis Meng presiding.Mrs.
bridal attendants. the church altar Claude Morgan
and the late W. E. Dowllng, Robbie Slaller. altar
t fiU The bride's table was cov- arrangements of pink, lavender Serving punch were Mrs. Doris .
of was
Held and James C. Knight, son thanked Mrs. Rudy
Meeting of ered with a white cutwork cloth and white flowersagalnst Stewart and Mrs. Gladys Col- chairman!,
and Mrs. J. C.Knight
Mr. and centered with a three- background of greenery. lins. Keeping the bride's book Chism,' Mrs. Lester Humphries
In Live Oak united In marriage a
Lawtey Alcee Rodrlquefor
and Mrs.
September 3 at 5 tiered wedding cake topped with The reception was held In the was Mrs. Nellie Watson.
on of the altar
This flankedby Thebrlde's wedding trip to taking care
white doves. was educational building. After a short
p.m. In the First Presbyterian three, branched candelabrawith table was covered with a the West Coast of 1 Florida the during the summer months.
Members of Alpha Delta Kappa Church. Rev. Eric Johnson At at Hill. Mrs Weldon Is doing this work
burning pink tapers. will reside Clay
Miss Linda Co/son/ Chad Preston District H. met at the Wo- performed the nuptials. one end of the table was a couple during September. .
man's Club In Live Oak On Sept. Highlighting the altar were. bowl encircled tancil Mrs. Rudy Clilsm re ported on
Wed in First Christian Church 9 for fall planning day. Gamma two baskets of lavender, white, with crystal lavender punch daisies. Mrs. Savage-S Mrs. Slierrod Hamilton and her work as church communities -

Nu was the host chapter. and pink gladioli, carnations Tom Casey and Mrs. Robert Wedding Sept. 23 Mrs. Olin White attended the chairman. Mrs. Weldon
Miss Linda Kathryn Coison, and green ribbon, were handed Study groups were conducted and daisies against a background Paterson cut the cake. Assist- FFWC district four persldent's asked members to donate used
cbughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas out by Miss Christy Faulkner in fraternity; education, altru- of two nine-branch can- ing In serving were Mrs. Ida Council at the l-akcwood-San men's shirts to be utilized in
I'. Coison of Starhe and and Miss Tracy Brown. istic scholarship, public relations delabra with burning tapers and Lee Plummer, Mrs. ErlcJolin- Miss Janice Lee Stand! and Jose Woman's Club in Jack- work for local cancer patients.
Chad Owen Preston son of Mr. Following a wedding trip to and membership.A greenery panels.Presenting son, and Miss Anita Green David Wayne Savage will be sonville Monday. Plans were made fora cover-
and Mrs. James D. Preston of St. Augustine Beach, the coupleis buffet luncheon was served a program of nuptial Mrs. Linda Prevatt kept, the united in marriage on Saturday ed dish dinner tube held In the
Gainesville, were united In residing In Gainesville. at noon. music were Mrs. Henry bride's book. Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. in Ed- Parish Hall on Oct. 1 at 4 p.m.
marriage on Friday.September The bride is a 1969 graduateof The patriotic theme was car- Greene, organist, and Mike The couple !is residing In Grace Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mrs. Michael Gilhooly was
1, at 7:30 P.m. In the first BUS and a 1972 graduate of ried out in the program and decorations Hanks and Miss Carol Hardy, Lake City where Mr. failght All friends and relatives are wardscelebrated their elected treasurer to replace
Christian Church. The double- Central Florida Community; and door prizes were soloists.Mr. Is working at Radio Station invited to attend wedding anniversary Tuesday. Mrs. William Glover. who has
ring, candlelight ceremony,was College.The awarded to those wearing red,, Knight attended his son WDSR. moved from..Starke.DephStores .
performed by J,C. Drown,mln- groom graduated from white and blue.Members as best man. Ushers were Pat
liter of the church. PKY Laboratory School In 1967 from Alpha Gamma Watts of Starke and Johnny,
Two standing baskets' of white after which. he served three chanter who attended were Lucille Hartley of Jacksonville.Miss .
and yellow gladioli mint green years In the army, one of them Payne, Eunice Searing, Sharon Howell servedas
carnations and yellow and white in Vietnam. He attended Cen- Willie Mae Dye, Gladys maid of honor, and the
decorated the altar. tral Florida Community Col- Thomas, Frances Hamilton, bridal attendants were Mrs.
porn In the poms background were two tree lege and is now employed with Madge Middleton, and Lucile Margie Andreu and Miss Mar- .
candelabra and an arch of light Ama son EUttrlc in Gaines Brown. ian Drawing, sisters of the .
with burning tapers and greenery ville.. ** *". bride. The maid of honor and
panels. Each window was attendants were gowned alike

,decorated with a pair of candles. ..to floor length blue-green voile
greenery" -. .gowns : with large ..plum,and
.arid of nuptial musicwas pink flower print, with retried

Arthur A program presented Reddish,by pianist Mrs. )John and neckline sleeves At and the long waist''ruffled was a Big Big Savings .. a

Robert Mrs. Ken Smith Boynton,aunts of and the bride Mrs., He 7 7a 7in long plum streamers.colored velvet Matching sash with rib- "
bon was worn In their hair. "
"The Wedding Prayer. '
who" sang They also wore matching slip NOW\ 'I URl! MONim)
John R. Dennison attended the ._ pers. They carried nosegays of men's permanent press
lavender and pink daisies, carnations -
best man. ushers
were groom Thomas as L. Colson brother and baby's breath with ladies double flannel shirts

of the bride,and Kim Preston fuchsia velvet streamers
Steve Preston, James M. The bride given In marriage knit Our.R<..S3 49 .
Preston, and Clifford Preston, by her brother, WilliamM. pants 188 r
Dowllng wore an A-line
all brothers of the groom.
Miss Sandra Muggins attended white floor length gown fashioned ,
the bride as maid of honor. She a with a yoke of large Perfect for school or work) Handsome assorted
white daisies embellished with plaids with long tail and 2 handy
floor length gown of lime ''lcK" 6.99
wore a
100"%( cotton In sizes Small
alerra- crepe, seed pearls. The over coat of pockets. through
green with empire polyester waist and plunging I illusion edged with daisies fell 1100..e'.od.. .......b.nUd.. .nd Extra Large

neckline, accented with matchIng In a soft train. She wore long .'In 1h. n.wM rill e.1. men's corduroy
trim. Her headpiece of 1 elbow length gloves and her aMUm/1a11.,
matching trim was In the form 1 seven-tiered veil 9f Illusion flare
of a bow. She carried a nose- 1 was secured by a $latin bow ladiesfussy pants

gay of ;yellow daisies and carnations with daisies, enhanced with .n ll, -
accented with decora- seed pearls.She carried nosegay 0..81111.
tive of white baby's breath, shirts t MA

greens.The bride, given In marriage miniature carnations and daisies .....131111 $6 t.'i<
I with white velvet stream SAVE 99rf
father a I 'Ica
by her wore
white cotton voile featuring full ; 415I ers. I, $ Stylish uncut corduroy with 4 patch pockets
bishop sleevesanda softly gathered A reception was held In the 2 7 in Navy Brown or Burgundy. 100%cotton 11'p Ps,.A
skirt. Cluny lace formeda 1 old Presbyterian Manse on for in sizes 29 to 38. k
Church street Mrs Guy Andrews So pretty...M fimy* t
bib effect on the bodice, ruffled Pwmwwnt P*.M,
cuffs over the hands, anda greeted guest at the 'ln luck.ind frill'
scallopped flounce atthe door and standing in the re- ,in popular' long
deep .JMvt nylM. In
hem. Her chapel length mantilla whit*. HIM 32 tobody

was edged with cluny lace. I-, Junior Club M I cowboy boots AtCorpsl
She wore an heirloom pendant: I .
of oriental pearls and diamonds Has First Meeting V *, *.' MI
and carried cascade of Ivory
a I
Of Fall
roses and Shasta daisies with SeasonThe suits 1 .

Ivy white lace puffs, and 0\.... .selKtion top quality +

streamers.A reception was held In the Miss Shari Ann Burrows Weds held the Junior first meeting Woman's of Club the 329 cowboy boot' *' Sitw '/ .

Fellowship hail of the church. new club year last Thursdaynight
Mrs. Edwin Williams greeted Richard T. Eicher.ln Texas at the home of the president -

guests at the door and presented Mrs J.C. Dukes ,...u.." .''nnV r.H al 1 l '
them to the receiving line Miss Shari Ann Burrows and Etcher, both brothers of the The club decided to continue 100"....,.rl. "Vlan... w1Near. a bu" // r'

composed of the bride and Richard T. Etcher exchanged ,room. Flower girl was Miss their chicken box lunch project ton. .arrN_. I.. ..h groom, their parents, and the marriage vows In a recent ceremony Christy Harrelson of Austlnandringbearer with selling dates to be ''n SUMS ML. r
bridal attendants.Two held in Grace United was John Merer:: announced later. Members boy's,quality leather cowboy boots 4-- r,
standing baskets of white Methodist Church, Copperas nephew of the groom of Fort voted to have a young! peoples r
and yellow gladioli, mint green Cove, Texas. The Rev.Homer Worth. Halloween dance in October. new double Sturdy, top quality boy'i
carnations and yellow and white Humphrey officiated Music was provided by Her Visitors were Mrs. Charles knit tricot! boots. Wide selection of 6 ray)( d

porn penis decorated the Fellowship The bride is the daughter of bert Groth and Mrs. Fat hug$07. Coodowns and Mrs Roger brassieres stylesendcolors.Sires84 1
Hall. An Imported white Mrs. Eileen H. Cason of Copperas aunt of the bride, of Minnesota Acr... H. .f.1217 to 3.man's. _,
lace cloth over green covered Cove and Robert E. Lee John Hussey, cousinof Following the meeting Mrs. 87 leather '
# 6" .
the bride's book table which was Burrows of Starke. the bride, sang traditional Duke served refreshments
decorated with a tall floworarrangement. The groom's pa rents are Mrs. songs. III, work shoes 4 + r
'The punch bowl of Sybil Allen of Copperas Cove '..il Ilk. .
cut glass crystal was centeredon and John L..,Etcher of Fort Following the ceremony a reception Jennie JohnsonBirthday.Party .'n. .MfuiubK manrf K. ...ts M to ,.rl, }
held in the fellowship nabs. ........
a white cut-work cloth. A Worth. was and II'e 788. 1
whit lace cloth over yellow Given In marriage by her hall of the church. Ii. fill" lor. rwtunloonnurlnf T..o"Un ,w_ ...""

linen covered the bride' table. father, the bride wore a formal The bride's table was cover- ..... /mwjit. Tar "quality, *onitru.tfan riladies
.. ..... saw+
The three-tiered wedding cake ed with a white cloth. A pink else M: W for M.dblrl'
empire gown of white silk and 40. ..Ie..... SfftnWi. Brandy. or Qurown .
decorated with yellow roaesand Imported English lace featuring 'bubbling fountain centered the Little Jennie,Johnson celebrated In.*...71*13.
white swans, and topped with a full Bishop sleeves of a rose three-tiered cake. Tha cake and her second birthday Saturday

traditional miniature bride and designed lace and a Vcltorian floral arrangements featured morning when her parents J no-iron sportswear
groom was flanked on either collar of the same lac*. The the bride's rainbow colors of Rev and Mrs Eric Johnson t panties and dressmaker
side by two five-branch ..lIvercandelabraa attached floor length train also pink, lavender green and yel lave a party, for her and .p-.3".1.21 III,

with burning ta carried out the rose pattern nine little friends at their home 405 fi } ""man's 8" loathar fabricsOut
pert Encircling the cake were along the scalloped edge Her low.Tha on Bassent Road. Out..... I'M' Vd.
bride attended public 3 work shoes
white daisies andgreenery.Ar- \
shoulder length( veil of Illusion Colored crepe paper streamer
schools In Stark and Lake Butler *
rangwnents. of yellow also, green decorated fell from a cluster of velveteen before graduating from Cop- and balloons decorated the .*...If MM 88 66
white flowers tlaw.wlMrlw.
bows and seed pearl petals.: party rooms for the occasion ... aloes 8
Cove High School in 1971. .. New
s Fall I I .
the room. .!: .. patterns and colon..cotton
She carried cascade of yellow She attended Central Texas College. The refreshment table was covered = :.. .
Mrs. Warren Carver kept 1I1ebrlde'l M. and of ,
and white daisies with a green linen cloth .N.r .Nlnw'>t..ln ews/d.. OMtruMlon ohm. om* blends In solids prints.Aln..Ild
book. Mrs. David 1.. .h'M' wlr ; toMI Mm or pUinto-onftrtM' and .
Miss Becky Welling was maid The I.I 1969 graduate and centered with a birthday 'elan. ..... 44"and 46"
Hartley and Mrs Fred H.Jenkins groom a .. ., Ipwilrfi' > > or ore width" bolts
.10 ry M.LIai
of honor, and Mrs. Malcolm of Copperas CoveHighandalso cake topped with two candles. y I"_'.. U.
presided at the cake table.Serving .
Temple and Miss Lynrte Hussey The youngster played lamia
James attended Central T*.* Collegebefore
punch were Mrs. ,cousin of the bride of Min Joining the air force. and were given CavOrt of party;
J, Welch and1011'1.. Robert E.
nesota. hate and blowers.Mrs. .
Following a wadding trip to a

Hammond., 'Jr., Mrs.Mrs. Maurice James Bar Edwards man.Rex Hooten Groomsmen served were a* John best couple retort II of residing LakeWblpt.y-In Fort Worth,. the In serving. Johnson and caring was assisted for the QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charga It'

and Mrs. James H. Fiulkcr -
ran, OiirldUghfootandMlk< children by the children's mo-
where the 1 stadonadatCarswell
KK'trkdan4 groom *
assisted with the reception
Usher were John thers.
Air Force Base.
iU,a Lan, tied with yellow Elcher of Fort Worth and Gary

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Gayle/ Whitehead, -- ,. / REND
I ,
Birthday Party J I ; ,"j
John H. Manning For Bobby Epps 4 Miss

Exchange VowsThe former ter of Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Epos County,
home of Mr. and Mrs. ,gave a party last Thursdayfor Mr.and
Leslie E. Whitehead on Lester their son, Bobby on his married at
Johna Road was the setting for seventh blr1h y. I Sept 2, OUT
the wedding of their daughter, The party was held In the Baptist
Gayle and John Henry Manning yard and garage where the Rev. John
ion of Mr. and Mrs Snoopy and Charlie Brown the
Manning Rev. theme was carried out In the The bride
John Strickland paetoreof, thePine party decorations.The refresh- ter of
Level Baptist Church,per ment table, set up In the garage .. Starke, and
formed the double-ring ceremony was covered with a ., field of
at 8 pjn.onFrldax; Sept. Snoopy table cloth and cen-
I. tered with a birthday cake
The altar was decorated with topped by Snoopy and Charlie I
floor baskets of white gladioli Brown.
pompom chrysanthemums,' Garnet were played and prizes fit'

and Greg greenery.WhItaker served as best and awarded Charles Nobles.to Tricia The Lawson chil- ?

dren received favors of party District President Pauline Calloway and Stat. President ; !
Gen In by her hate and rings.Assisting .
marriage Dorothy Wlntermute of Deland at the district BPW (
>father the bride chose for her with the games were
wedding a street length dressof Brenda Roberts, Jam Godwin, meeting in Starke Sunday.
white crepe featuring a high Ricky Johns and Scott Roberts.
bolero waist long sleeves with Assisting In serving were Bob-
four button cuffs, accented with by's grandfather, Lacy Sllcox Local Business Women ON
novelty trim Her veil of silk Mrs. Charles Zlpperer, Mrs.
Uluslon was secured to a crown Robert Hall and Mrs. Ifevld
Hear State President
of pearls and rhlnestones. She Lawson.ij. '
carried a nosegay of white carnations No. 1 Car
and daisies tied with

white Mrs.streamers.Ed. Moseley. sister of : ; ;; the Strengths Florida Federation and weaknesses of Business of- men.Mrs.. Wlntermute emphasizedthe of
Women's role of women In business birth of a
and Professional
the bride was matron honor,
) dress Clubs was the topic of State today and the cooperation among on Sept. ;
and worse vender crepe Win- business and professional wo- eral
BPW President Dorothy
fashioned on the same style as mother Is
the bride's. She carried nose- termute of Deland InanaddressIn men.Mrs.
Pauline Calloway district Sr. of
Starke Sunday, Sept. 10.
gay of lavender pompoms and director from Gainesville,
carnations tied, with lavender the state president's
The Starke BPW Club hosteda prefaced
streamers. district meeting which Included address with a series of Questions -
Mr. and
Harvey Smith sang the wed- rH i members Jacksonville, on choices to be considered liams of Of Year Again

ding prayer. Lake City Macclenny Gainesville when buying.Presentation. birth of a
held In the
The reception
was Keystone Heights, and of door prizes Jr., In
of the bride's home.
dining room and tea concluded the meeting -
Lake Butler Mrs. Johnllaney, a pital on
where the bride's table was Mrs. Wintermute was presented -
president of the Starke club Williams Is
covered With a lace cloth and the Starke, CHEVY
gift by
presided over the meeting attended Faye
held decorative blue candlesIn
by about 50 business wo- presented by Mrs. Haney. Maternal
blue holders. Miss Janice
Alvarez kept the bride's book. o- Mr. and :
The punch table was covered Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Gaines Mrs.Eunice Moody, Mrs.El- and paternal
with a lace cloth centered witha and Mrs. T. E. Mendoza of bert Nettles and Chris Mann Mr. and
three-tiered candelabra bold- Jacksonville were Sunday visItors visited Roy V. Turner In the all of Starke.Capt.
Ing burning white tapers. At of Mrs. Carrie Hitch. Holly Hill Convalescent Home
one end of the table was a crystal In Valdosta Ga. on Thursday :
punch bowl encircled with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin of last week.
fern and at the other end wasa and daughter Cheryl, of Ar- and BMHV BHM BBV H V V H 1
three-tiered wedding cake cadia were visiting relatives Dan Griffls, son of Mr. and of 690 I<
topped with a brlde'and groom here over the weekend. Mrs. Gerald D. Crlffls of Camp AFB Calif
and wedding bell. The cake was Blanding, graduated from the of a i
decorated with pink roses Mr., and Mrs. Robert Barks- University of South Florida In August 18. !
rosebuds and mint green dale were In Eufaula, Ala. and August. He was on the Dean's
leaves. The bride's and at- Marianne last Monday to Thurs- list during his four years of Mrs. Nate
tendant's nosegays were placedat SailfishLanded day on business. college. He and Mrs. Griffls Lake, and
Big In Atlanta where he more of San
points along the table. are living
Mrs. Elbert Nettles cut the By James Knight Is In Lake Shore Is employed with the Trust Bank ,
wedding cake, assisted by Mrs. Hospital, Lake City; for observation of Georgia. Berry Dyal
David Fenton and treatment.Mr. and Mr.
Miss Charlotte
Eddie Lewis
of U. S. [
Whitehead presided at the punch Mrs Kate Sheppard and Mrs. sey OFFER
bowl. David Fenton Is'outslzed by and Mrs. John E. Wat- W.H. Hart visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
Following a short wedding trip this 7-foot, 8-Inch sail fish son m spent the weekend In M.H. Sheppard in Brunswick, Mr. and
the couple Is residirhglnStarke. caught last week on an outing Fort Lauderdale Ca. over the weekend. of Tampa !
Mr. Manning Is employed by at Destin, In Went' Florida O. L. .AN'o TO BE REFUSED i
the., University; of Florida and which also netted one 55-lb. Mrs. James Ryder and Mr. Local admittances to Brad- Klncald this
Mrs Manning Is continuing her Wahoo, another weighing <10pound. and Mrs Howe Moredock, Jr. ford County Hospital this week BV B B n n n B nMnHannMBm BVKB B BHHii I
studies In the field of. cosmetology .,'54 dolphin, and a group; ,,sx, >ICoralGablesspentThurs-, Include:, Howard Neat, Rev.* and
of Klngflsh.'. ; day'to'Saturday with Mr. and"Mrs.rJoT Tommy,Milliard. Herman Gei- have
: ''catchIn >n Adams af.Kingsley'Lake. :
Fenton landed'-his' ger George Mahalka.Mrs.Em- vacation 'In : Good Selection'
30 minutes after the "monster" ma Mabel Harris and Ralford states and ;
Mr.. and Mrs. Richard E.
had made 33 Jumps. Brannen, Starke; James B.
Cooke and family of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Car- son-in-law I
Others on the trip were Mr. and Sandra Lee Phil '
Va. are visiting his brother- and Mrs. Bill Powell, Mr. and ter and Mr.'and Mrs. Warren Starke-. and Mrs. Chevrolets Left j
in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Moore, and Mer- Winkler and son, Wade, were Franklin, I
Frank Wolfred Jr. this week. ritt Williams. vacationing In the Virgin Islands -
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve KirKland, Eddie
Randall Zipperer and Kim
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. visited his
Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were ALSO
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and Hodges were tubing Sunday on Myrtle ::;
Jr. spent the weekend In Tampawith In Tallahassee last Wednesdayto Mrs. A. J. Eaves attended the the Ichetucknee River.
their daughter Ginger who Friday attending the annual Gainesville district executive
Is entering her senior year at conference of the Department officers meeting in the First Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Mrs John
the University of South Florida. of Agriculture. United Methodist Church, were weekend guests of Rev. ing her i
Gainesville, last Saturday. and Mrs. L. D. Haines at Al- Brooks In iI
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwellwere Mr. and Mrs. Alton Revellof tamonte Springs. for a week. I
vacationing In Key West Tallahassee spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- li
last week. end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy dale Jr. have moved to Mont- Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans- Miss TOWNSMAN i
Sale. gomery, Ala. by have returned from a ten- Mrs. P. E. I
day visit with Lt. and Mrs. were Wagon
Mickey Dansby and daughterin E. M. [ :
San Antonio, Texas funeral of J.

.. ..... ..,... on Friday.
Mrs. L. A. Canova and sister funeral
Mrs. Blanche Otto of Bay sey of Got To Go I
The Pines, have returned from a man
berrY" tend-day trip to Chapel Hill Rains of A

and Williamsburg Nag's Head Va. N. C., and Head Not Kidding II I I

Mrs.Johnny Johnson and Mrs.L. ,
M. Gaines attended a florist Policy
: PATCHBOUTIQUE" Christmas design show In
Jacksonville Sunday. :

Makes Deals
Miss Jean Whiffen has entered -
\ Bartram School In Jacksonville The Head
cil of CUBB
; Jimmy Andrews is enrolled -
a at Furman University, Inc. will
.' Greenville, S.C.;and John Flynn day. Sept. Conversation
\ Wishes To Express Our f Jr. has returned to his studiesat fense
., Appreciation For Your St. Petersburg Junior College Wilton I II
J' Wonderful Response To Our Program II I
Opening In Starke Last i J policy I

J Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sterns, tend this
Weekend We Have Added Many New Items Since t Mrs. Freda Norman and Mrs. at which a j

Then And Invite You To Return For Another Look Tullle Norman visited Mr.and will for be the .
Mrs H.C. Edwards InJackson-
ville last Thursday We've Sold Out Of New .:

At The Newest "Most Young At Heart" Dress Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson I'
Mrs Tommy Holllngswor- Carlo, Camaro And I
Shop In Town. th, and Mrs. Eddie Starling attended -
a Christmas decoration Set Models
show In Jacksonville Sunday. f

I "GetAcquainted"
with his uncle and aunt Mr.
I ** and Mrs. George Simpson at 18, at the
I Hampton Lake,While here there ing at 7:30: Your Order In_ For A
'The Five
were several cookouts In his
ford will
honor asd he also visited Disney -

r 1 World and Daytona Beach. at and the OK OLDS Soon.

OFF ON ANY ITEM Mr. and Mrs. Larry Devrick We..re AU t
10 yQ returned Sunday after a ten-day
: vacation In the New England At Baldwin's
IN OUR> SHOP k states They also visited Mr. I
and Mrs. Williams Jennings In THE
Boston, Ma... COUNTY \
Mrs Martha Moore of Green a* US
Cove Springs was the weekend Mrke. \\
135 West Call St. guest of Mrs J. D. Odom, Jr.
and Mrs.Edward Burns 8ee8IIII
Open 9 A.M. 5:00: P.M. aa & !I I
Lyle Anderson of Chula Vista
'PHONE 9643160 Calif spent Thursday to Monday ........ i

with his mother Mrs. !. tra*. ,
James Barren, and Mr. Bar- JTMTI ,

.., ron and attended the funeralof OpUMe .. Fworit
Ms father, J. L. Anderson,
Sr. last Friday afternoon. 9r years i

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TO POLLING- : Unofficial! Bradford County Vote By Precincts Venema Says "" f ,

PLACES Firms Face'More y

I 1- lawtay City HaIL ,' PRECDCT mJomER 1 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 n 12 13A l3B 14 15A 151' "0QiRERESEIII'ATIYE. ControlsAmerican steci
3 Recreation HaILS
Fair Building. 2nd COm.'DIBTJ. I ,
business firms, ...+te
4 SBHS6.Bk2lM.HVM- Auto Inspection Station." Don Fuaua 'U4. 111 194 143 327 144 171 249 3 0 181 207 165 253 48 11)1) 149 59 .2.18QOFPtISS70NER. which have l long been accustomed r

,. N.'f.hAn: Rldnne" 94'' 70 I&n I&tl QIi: ':to:; b4 1i2: "'? nO; 0;( 7n ? 't, 2 1'QfQ: to operating under

FLA PUB SERV Cotfl.1 government control, are regulated
8-- USO ".T..,.,.".. T.,1II j Q6 82 10; 6Q '1A 1Q 1Ah 1m 106 101 1 1 67 A1 "ta; 1.81&0 by at least seventeen AIIICINATlNQ

9-- Southslde School ,, Jess arboroullh 172 QS 125 QI 6 97 QQ 213 180 121 146 94 167 2 9 8 '::10 2f6; federal agencies that didn't ,

10- Theresa SENATOR th SENATORIAL DISTRICTI even exist ten years ago, according a 111': ,

II 12-- Sfarke Hampton Library w. IO.! !Juhon 14q q1 76 04; 138 67 61 135 142 91 7 60; 102 29 63 59 26 1.421 to M. P. Venema,
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IMTerwWegar'. .' Bob Saunders 24 1" 163 147 277 111 1tn 301 263 144 202 144 219 39 11"1' 1"14 '51 2REPRESEIPfATIYEL25th board chairman of the National
Association of Manufacturer '
13B Graham : HOUSE DIST.I
14- Mew Armory William Roo eater Jr. 1 2 34 1') '2' 12 03; 37 27 24 2:) 2' 18 0; 10 2 '::16 and Universal Oil III.
ISA Brook Products Co., Des Plaines
*r1SB 16 7' '51 '53 tJ '54 62 7 4' (n 14
: -. New River .. Bill Lockhart; : 45 00 1"11 b9 21 1.17: lie aaid that the gravity of
,, ', Thomas J. RiTe*:'s TT ':\ 1 :'" 15 4f 22 21 41 27 4., 2. 1 211 12 21 11 43' the situation la compounded
: :;:
<::: Frank Williams 17 B' 1'iB' QQ 2'iJ B6 'In.,. 71n QO 10; 11 101 ':I? 60; 38 2.001'SHERIFF. by a'wave of new regulations
BRADFORD COUItTYile being proposed in Congress ,
carter. r,. 110 I 11' 46 28 71 21 144. 75 7' 41 61:) 102 0;' 2 25 24 1.0'' 6 which would further inhibit Y'r

Ilmlllll'llll .: 'imm1e W. Clark 20 10 0 1c Q 12 2 9 12 I 0 11 21 1 the ability'of U.S, industry to Y'r

I a ,I ; ''homas Aoo Cranfordh l':1B: 2' en 102 12c 7''"' ?? 07 7' 08:; 06:; 06:; 1 A 0;':; 40 1 1.1 compete at home, and nbrond. r ,

DF I ,, L'TY UCH' E. Redd1..h ,? AQ O'\OC: A, OR ?.., 21' ''::1':1: .. 70 01; ,? 70; 7.,. 1.. 1.Qjenninll's Pending legislation in the.

',. StarlinII' Ii' ,,:; ? 4 27 lC 18 04 10 28 04 17 41 1 "IC three! iireim of consumer 'protection v '
pollution control, and 1
Thomas L. Casey q4 104. qO 107 18"1 4q 17'> 17Q 14Q. 104 87 121 ,2:1.: 18 '31S 47 2 1.701"ill no-cnlled tux reform! wait cited ,' '
BY JANE ASHLEY by Mr. Vvnvmn an exnmple
E. Costello 160 1Q B1 46 81 76 10; Q7 100 "1"1 07 '::14 70 lQ 06; 4Q 1B 1.080 of which industry
the chnllvngcrt
Cover ;; Jim Te m1e lq1 Q4 81 62 180 67 60; 181 172 111 11.1 G1 102 18 71 102 9 1 ..81"C01.JN'lY faccH.
with Fruit Glue:
COtRdISSIONER DIST. 51R. forced into
"We must not be
Among the hardest to resist H. ..g,........ ,.. r... 1 62 64 '>2 CIa "IQ 74 (y) Q '>"1 76 48 76 40 "IA ah 40; 1.151 surrender! or defeat, or
of the dellcaclei offered
from a, restaurant dessert z. W. "Zedra" Hamilton 120 (:))1 16' '!7 ?? 21 1"12 110; 78 c)7) '50; 80 20' "17 7Q 7 1.11Q pimply, roll with, the wave." .
cart are the cream pies Dave Paulk 1Q8 108 101 146 21)4 126 101; ?::>4 21B 100 116 140 184 1'> 111 ::>8 11 2.'UO he said "Inxtead.J we muni develop -
topped with beautiful fruitIn W'LTfYAREZ,
sweet SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER. DISToo 3 t mechanisms. to rexpond
a shining glaxe.
These plus always look like Arthur N. Hollidav 224 150 135 119 231 76 165 246 240 128 18 179 201 30 96 87 43 2.533R.n intelligently to critical public LARGEST BELL.

the work of a master dessert L Moxlev 205 tJ5: 112 tJ2: 19tJ: 100; 76 202 186 10'5' C)6) 00; 1"14 41 tJ5: 10'7 't7 1.Q12 'imuic; to !rcvine where revinioii Tho-. largest IN'T"&bell WORLD In the!world
chef but they are, in fact, in nci'OKHiiry: to Chnllentre/ '
JUSTICE SUPREME COURT GROUP 3: was made in 1733 and weighs/
qulto are rosy involved to make.In the Thrraetepr creation Rivers Buford Jr. 154 70 88 79 152 53 91 177 181 90 91 86 141 26 80 57 19 1.635"Jim to where thnllctiito when In indicated in: upproximatcJy ,398.000. pounds.
adjust adjustment Wow that. bell would have
of a tempting1. fruit H. Carter 1.11 79 7& 45 112 72 95 100 87 72 104 67 tl2 19 50 ') ., culled for; mid most importantly awakened the\ world if it had
Blazed cream pie.First David L. !McCain 70 40 48 40; 100 26 45 Q8 tJ'i: '57 '50 42 b4 21 2'> 'tb 10 t1h2 to lead constructively: veer been rung, but it was
the shell Is
never Bounded
.uccaut.u ,,it
baked. Then a beets cream JUDGE-DIST. Ct; of' APPEAL GRP 1: instead of bringing out the l-rurkcd. '
filling Is cooked. This may TYrie: A. Bclver 1'70 101; A' 1"10; 70 1':1A: 177 n on 1 AS 1 ? .,.,:; I:;? ,4 1.Donald crying towels and Himply The bell is un display in thu
bo made from the cook's own K. Carroll 70 4':1: 47 11'm: "1'4"1: Ao n? 40 7' '00; > ,n ':IA 14 lQ complaining that the world is Kremlin In' Moscow. This bell
recipe or the filling may come IK alien referred
from a package James 6. Wershow 77 41 47 41 12'i 40 46 114 G4 71 76 47 GO 27 2 70 27 1&U.!: changing." "great( bell of Mo eow.to" the as bell the

When the filling has c Qled, JUDGE 8th CIRCUIT GROUP 5t Ix mounted on a .special stand
It Is poured Into the pie shell, R. A. r._... Jr. 26 141 167 14'5' ll 121 18"1 300 21)7:) 1'51' 204 1'54 247 '52 126 101 '54. "1.078 Itrnln MO ,,tliul It can be fUMlly viewed
covered with waxed Poirt'r b.tUlirlHIIi.. There. In rather
paper James L. Tomlinson 144 btJ: 7"1 '51:) 121:) 62 41 l'U 122 tJ7: tJ"I: bC) C)6) 1'5 01 00 2'2 1.'t'j Inrgo hole In' the bell a
and chilled thoroughly ttefera The Concorde)', the MU er- us the
topping with fruit and glaxo. JUDGE 8th CIRCUIT GROUP 6: result of It being broken. The
Tho third step Is arranging A 7. .T.. 193 81 95 56 145 64 94 151 161 46 108 71 99 28 65 53 31 '1,541 Monic transport manufactured piece/ was never put back 'Into
jointly by Franca and Kng-: place.
tho fruit and proparlggtithetroll G 4 'A 44 40 n 4A
: T We ,
dun'thavv bell
a to toll,
glue. T" land, has turned to tho United
iti YAwn .T.. 1G6 1"11:) 147 161 26B 114 128 276 241 201 172 168 221 41 100 1"1"1 48 2.754 States for' its brakes. The but we would like to tell the
Fruit Glared. Cream Fie world that we try to ,provide
JUDGE BRADFORD COUNTX' COURT brake discs arc supplied by our customers with the ,
1 baked 9-Inch pie shell Carl Hurst Bg 71 76 75 1'5' '58 GO; 106 104 C) 101 81:) 124 21 61 4G 22 1.491 the Carborundum Company finest ...c.'rvfoeDrp, !in today very

1 recipe cream pie filling Paul .' 2CY7 41 84 ':to An 66 2'> 7'> 102 40; 61 "Ie; "16 10 "17 qb b l.otJtJElz1e : : to the Goodyear Aerospace' nail visit wiUt" UK for awhile,

1 tablmpoon Dash saltY corn starch Soo Sanders 146 176 lOB 125 232 74 107 23 19-C 0 12 14.9 ..l6 199 25 91 59 25 2,207 Division which will install the yra*
brakes and text them in the
cup crushed fresh fruity r
preproduction models
cup water SWING; WIDE THE GATES! Aqli
V4 cup light corn syrup ,
y -li li { Q yr :
a *
1 cup selected freeh fruit 'rktf3 ITARrd A
Highway/ crowds Ihrte-
a'a i
No matter what nation wins
Mix corn starch and salt together day holiday must nil have U.S. 301 Nonh .
In a small saucepan. the Olympic,. there doeuit born drafted. .Surely nobody tu.>''S00
Gradually stir In crushed term any way la which the volunteers. .
fruit, water and corn
syrup ,
Cook over medium heal..walrring United $taks.aar: avoid cop. .
constantly until mixture' ping the Gold Medal for Com I I "

thickens from heat and Cool.clems.Ariango Rcniovo null Interruption*.. \ This pleasure trip will! do you good!

on glrlae cionm, Cliill.filling. Spixjnl. \ ,on '' OLOGICql .. ...- .-.m _, .., ,_ '.. ,
O. I've. heard, driven rhoulilhifl Make sure the other driver ? "' 1' .
their frciiuenllr"wlule roes you Use your horn or ..
rye* .. II Y1 ro.
4 6.- .A \ / '' driving.' : True lights to make him awnr f" ; J.,
-' 1'1t9.1ti Ili 1 1 1 A. It sure 1 I"*'A'roving e"e ia O, Joel bow ImportunL, .lAJ IAAA 1rrr j J
,vital to driving aarel,)', Your wearing near. iM-Iln '" 'I" 'JA. iG1iaa"
DeWitt CfJones: F lieraltHotti; eyes should shift about every Research indicates that, i\\ "
two seconds, nnd you should the use of sent hells, in every rFQ "
+ fheck your rear vision mirror one of the nation's cars
2; TARKE' at five-serond Intervals, more could save 5.000 lives a year: RESORT
frequently in heavy traffic. and reduce the severity of injuries
-il Here good as much us 60 percent.
r are some more .
PHONE !,616200KEYSJPNE r driving vision tips from the 3VIJO''
-. Ii' T'M American Trucking Industry, y. How big l Is abe Irucklnglndii FAIL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES! lipjt I;) .y ll.c. peace:
'.:Lrt'> relayed by Clark Equipment .try? and quiet i>('the: inoiiiiluins- riot of l color/ ni uuliinin ..:
HEIGHT Trailer Division, and the ATA A. It's a lot bigger than most crisp, cool days refreshing: rusllul highly .'.'uoiulerliilfood. "
,'; Foundation.They're bused on people realize. For example, 1. Come Kick feeling fresh tv'u{ ':i ht:'tv.I:. ,)lf you like j
PFil1NE, -17:1.:1176: : the experience of professional did+ you know it provides jobs activity' thcre't 'squ.ire dancing: :!.", hofsefl.'iBA, : :[! \ .rifll!, Bran
;fits,,x truck drivers who upend n lot for 8 million men and women? :
ni.iKinii.ilJerncss :
deliver That's equal to the total : puck Inps. he.ir; and hiur+ hunts Inml-
the road
of to population
time on '
7ti:,; the !goods: of New York City. ing, lishinjj-lot-i more!! I urnislicit,' collflll: : loilse.. : Kiitcslower ;
NNNNNMNBNBBNNBNB NiNNBB.O Aim high looking a half Each year the trucking industry after September I 15less: l'r,1\\,1.:11.: / <,/',i-\'nniii: ': >in
mile ahead on the rondwaya uses enough rubber to /)/('ntlC' 49g.11f 1. .r
Mock ahead in the city. make boots and shoes for the
ATTENTION Get the big picture; scan Army, Navy and Marines for Send for
the entire view. 1.071 years, and enough copper FREE COLOR FOLDER "
Keep your eyes moving to mint over 16 billion : Oept.;. OB, Fontona-Village: N.C.S'SWSttSSSSStt .-

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Center "whose teamwork" bas successfully placed men on the moon, .,.V .

are now working on breakthroughs: in solving such earthbound !jji: HOME FURNISHING' CENTERS .

I ,: I challenges as the transportation problems of cities ..,.t',
"Introduction To A rt" and suburbia and protection of the ecology ::::;t .FURNITURE APPLIANCES a FLOOR COVERING HOMB ENTERTAINMENT. "'.,'", .' .
L, ; These men of science and technology are achieving these '11j11 f OVER 125 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST : ; '' "
I ; r= advances through research and Innovation. President }',f
CUSSJVILLMEET, "' t i Nixon has d..rJJt'ellhl.! new effort a* "a key to strengthening !! ....:.. ''' rP)l
the economy and improving the quality of our life," :: Fea urin
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Dr. ""illard1.: Bright", president of the Kendall Company *'} :,
I To'diys & .Thursdays, 7-10 P.M. I and chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers ;

+ general: agreement Science/Technology on directing committee technology, says to provide, "There the is 1 1 1 Everything' For The Modern Up! '''To Date Home

ENROLLMENT LIMITED : basis of a better economic and ecological climate in thiscountry. .

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J. H. (JIM) WILLIAMS sheep and hogs.
t. W*wd tr n quthlnd mm WIth tone

( tweak eomplwi Inttmmi/ murnnci bl war ground.today For including nUnti.beat Strive For C.soiK0r Sifisfacfian.. We Want Vow :

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Thirty Local. GuardsmenOn Union Picks Senate Would Give County

Active Duty Training;

2 on County $290.418 In Shared Revenue
Thirty; D According! 'to PSG Joe Warren ment even though it has the
(Malnt 53rd Spt.Bnsth..lo- there are many\ advantages allotted strength assigned to CommissionLAKE
cal National the Assuming of the Senate county tabbed for a separate D-Florida, to eliminate a section '
Guard unit. anon to enlisting In the National unit. At this time the unit passage But Sen. Russell B. Long
.active duly,training at the Guard. Learning a skill U Is authorized to exceed Its allotted Finance Committee's ver- allocation of funds. of the bill putting a ceiling .-La.. floor for the
present time. The men take very important: and a mem- strength and applicantsare BUTLER Union sion of the proposed federal Figures on the amount dif- on social-services programs bill and Finance manager Committee
eight weeks of basic training, ber of the National Guard earns urged to visit the armory. County voters elected two new government revenue sharing ferent localities would receive run by the states for welfare chairman said the
the same as received by Regular 63 days pay or more per year couty commissioners In the bill Bradford County; would receive were published by Sen. EdwardJ. recipient and potential reci out programsare of
completely hand.
Army personnel, and then! while attending the weekend The Guardsmen are usually first Democratic primary here $290.418 In U. S. funds. Gurney, R-Florlda. pients. As approved by the Senate Also defeated by the Senate
attend a $schoolto, learn a trade training assemblies at the ar- ayon active duty training. Of that amount the City; of Baker County; would receive Finance Committee, the
or skill.'Cptf James R. Reddish and t the 15-day annual for five or six months at Army Tuesday. Starke would receive $107,636. $180,450: with the City; of Mac- bill would limit the programs were two lax reform amendments -
,' unit o commander. said. training! period at Camp Bland- bases at Fort Jackson, S.C.; Starke is the only city In the clenny tabbed for $68.009 of to about $1.7 billion a year. designed! to bring In enough -
While on acttve.,duty training Ing. "Each member will receive Fort Dlx. N. Y.; Fort Sill, Results on only the county that. Clay County would receive Chiles said many of the programs revenue to finance more
races were available at 8 a.m. with $71,045 of worthwhile than half of the revenue sharing r
$263,390 .
eminently -
the men will be taught such better than two months Okla.; Aberdeen Proving are
kills as welding, machinist pay per year," Warren says, Grounds Md.; Fort Gordon. today as poll workers, who had that amount going to the Cityof serve to. keep peopleoff program. But Sen. Long
argued major changes in
supply and administration, automotive "and by enlisting in the Guard Ga.; or Fort Campbell, Ky. worked all night, were still Green Cove Prlnas and$29- welfare by providing them
IF YOU MUST 132 going to the City; of Orange services at home, and should tax laws require far more consideration -
ballots other
repairs,', operation,' well radio They SMOKE IN BED Park. Union County would receive not be chopped off in a meat- given
a. as ing or Job and still earn extra are provided transportation that time., In a Senate floor debate.
and signal! repairs! income." and usually fly from $198,933 with the City of ax approach.
In Jacksonville RbMtMBERTO---: : Lake Butler to receive $74.923 --------------------------------------.-.-._---
many\ cases t the men learn The local unit is /now accepting or Gainesville to In the District 1 commission mwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwvWe .
a skill that will enable them applications for enlist- the duty station, where they I. Check your insurance of that amount.
,to get a better civilian Job receive full military benefits contest, local banker Paul Rih- policy making sure the The U. S. Senate was approaching Have Done It Again! i
upon their return home although while on active duty training. erd defeated incumbent Shelton final passage Tues-
the purposd of the school The only personnel enlisting Arnold 'by a wide margin. Rin- premium is paid. day of its version of the fed- -' .
Is to teach the man to do the Lewis BeatsYarborough without prior service go on erd received 1,217 votes, while Z. Leave your last will and eral revenue sharing bill, a .. s

Job asslgnod'to Guard( him In the National active duty training" for the six Arnold got 737. testament up to date in a safe massive ing measure.$34.8 The billion Senate spend had : HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OFANTYHOSE :
mouths period Prior Service
place. .
debated the bill for six dryswith
***: :: : Personnel are not placed on And in the District 5 commis- .
the bitter floor fighting
most -
active duty; training, Capt.Reddish sion race, C. U. Crews beat his -V Inform the neighbors of when of
For PSC said. two opponents, Charles Regar your intentions to endanger sponsors
ARMY the bill beat back a final at-
SW-4 A. 1.. Crosby, Jr., unit and incumbent Royce Shaw in their lives. tempt by Sen. Jacob K. Jav- I I=

.MIAMI -Victorious Gerald personnel officer, said that the first go-round. Crews,who Is 4. Provide each member of Its, R-N. Y., to change the
JQBSFOR prior service personnel may a local merchant and a former committee's plan with a new .
aARMYVETERAN Lewis today vowed to work enlist In the grade that they >our family with two ways ofcU1
toward making the Public ServIce held at the time of discharge votes city official compared received to 548 1,045 for Iron) every room. method urbanized of states.distribution The to Javits aid i All Sizes & Colors To Choose From a
Commission a consumer- for one year.Memberl .
amendment lost 5727.
Shaw and 366 for > ll.ivc a fire extinguisher!
of the unit who Regar. !
oriented are
agency ousting The Senate Finance Com-
on active duty at the present Commissioner S. M. Brown of ,near at hand.
Jess Yarborough/ a'bitter mittee came up with a for-
Democratic primary In whichhe time are: J. H. Bedford, Jr., District 3 was high man In that (h :Notify-. the I tire department umla generally Increasing the I PAIR FOR 1 I Ii
John M. Lane, Ricky M. Lee
tagged the Incumbent as "a Glen L. Leggett, Ebnny L. Luke, race but failed to get enough Brown'had to stand. 1 by for a call Iroin rural and poorer states' share
votes to win outright. over the large industrial jHHjtBI
rubber of the
stamp utility com- Randall A. Massey, Cleveland 'our\ home.
If you were in grades 721 votes, David E. "Skip"Wooetingjon states, compared to the apportionment -
panies. Morris, James W. Mullls, Jr.,
In the House ver-
E-4 through E-6 with Lewis, however moved swiftly E. M. :Fu&etl, Jr., Mark T. sion. I Try A Dozen i
less than six years to heal wounds with Yarbor- Fatray, Dennis Rhoden,Charles placed second with Senators apparently felt that .
service for ough and seek the support of the Wright, Larry Bethea AllenD. 672, and got'into a run-off whileA. "Never refuse a wood offerin giving more money to poorer .
i pa y purposes other two PSC member for his Clemons, Joe A. Cohens, Everett Crawford finished the game of lifeit! may states and less to wealthy ones
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: and have been out less general election battle against Charles Crawford Jr., A. J. third with 577 and was elimi- be the opportunity you is Justified.In HOUSE 07 MILO

i than 18 months, you Republican nominee Paul Hawkins Hendiieth Fayson, Tommy Charles Harris Lott, R.John-A. nated. seek." Mrs. Gary Hiott, another Important test, the : LAWTEY :

: come back to the Army i on Nov. 7. nie Powell, Etenlel Rosier, Ron- Another run-off may result in The Pickens (es. C.) Sentinel. ment Senate by killed Sen.67-17 Lawton an amend-Chiles, 1...NNeh/NN N e.SNSN ee.SM............

.: with no loss in rank or But the silver-haired. 65yearold nie S. Sellers Harold J. Starling the contest for circuit court
Yarborough said In Conceding Cleveland J. Simmons, clerk. The Incumbent. Bob
I pay. Provided a vacancy Wesley Keith Thomas, Bernard
defeat that.&e might sit out Driggers was high with 1.005
exists in MOS and i Williams. John L. Williams,
your the Lewis-Hawkins battle.
grade. If you have been "If be (Lewis) does what he's Jr.vld,C.Lester Moore.E. Wood, and D-- votes top which his three was opponents barely enoughto who Central Heating And Air Conditioning i

separated more than talking about, he'll wreck the The unit also has three mon received a total of 990.S. iI
18 months state," Yarborough said in an attached to the Florid: National I
you may Interview. Guard Officer Candidate Bryan .Hendricks plared
return at a gradedetermine'd With 2,728 of 2,979 precincts, School who expect to graduate second with 690, Vivian I. Bran-
by the Army.Today's .. or 92 per cent, reporting. Lewis In June 1973. They are Sgt. flea was third with 151, 'and Completely Installed !
had 344,889 votes to Yarbor- Eddie Douglas, James O'Neal Hoyt M. Mann was fourth with i
Army wants ough's 277,800. This Lewisa and Sherrod Mark Hamilton. I II Ii

t to join yoga's; 'S 55-45 per cent margin gave In his The unit had three enlisted 149.As a total I of 174 absentee ballots I.
men to graduate from the OCS ....'\.. ..
S. Call 786-5800 are yet to be counted -
victory over the Incumbent. Drlg-
last June. They 2nd Lt.
were: ..-J
( 'f. Norman L. Redding, Jr.; 2nd gars may turn out to be the c- -_ ,

.- -.---.-------,------.-.---------.- Lt. Albert Whisler, Jr.; and winner now or may face a -y
N NiNNN. .. .------ ---- Ne run-off with Hendricks.In r
2nd Lt. Gregory Tyler. other results ,
i GREENE WELDING I II Tax Assessor Wilford Croft

won re-election( with a total of

I I AND MACHINE WORK j WISH I'D SAID 1.140 votes Joyce L. Dukes

1 THAT"He' placed second with 582. and T.
S. Thomas Jr was third with

j y4 nnoullc i 265.
School Sup) Jim Cason defeated -

j, THE.qrINtN: ( ( Of' A COMPJTEAUTOMOT1VE'ThUOt i his opponent, Glenn S. '. .
Howard.' Cason received t t ((1 I ar.alrrJw ; tuts,
& 'TRACTOR I Who jteti''*too t bile for votes while Howard 873.1,069 .* 80,000 BTU CarrUr Furnanco y
;. hrs! britches, will be exposedin got h J
I ;' SERVICE' :GAS AND DIESEL' i the end.",- Lee R. Call, Lee- Archer Elections won Supervisor re-election Lottie bya '. SIY.n ,Air Supply Ducts $ t

Star Valley.. (Wyo.) Inde big margin over her opponent Ono RoturnO

Including. i pendent. Archer, Ida received Mae Fortner. Mrs. All Labor And Mattrials 3 5 I
"All the i rimnrica> proved
Automotive' Air Conditioning And Repair Service i was/ that different l parts of while Mrs. Fortner received 2 1/2/ Tons 30,000 BTU
Automatic1. "
Repair"' : different things." Jack K. Morris Dobbs won electionin
Heater The Charleston the District 2 school board Completely Installed

ALL ,TYPES OF WELDING i (Iml.) Courier."A opponent.race with 1.006otes.Allison Shadd.. while his received (Except. Electrical Work)

Any Where Time will of your own is more 821. :':.
: likely to help you Muccced than In the 27th District House Furnance r .

GREENES the will of a rich relative. race. Bill Andrews received 252
i i .'redv..,Gro! 'n. The Bergen votes and George. Seide got Centrally ..:r
Hampton Fla. Phone 468-1734 = ( N.J. ) ( lti/l'lI. 143.

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I"--'" :Meet a man who can be the best friend jou'te eter had when it comes to build MOBILE l --- _-.. .- .-- -":-' 0\

ing a new home onour property. meet jour local Jim Walter Homes manager. '

!\I.m"f our euMoiner' will ne'er nwcl 1 the nun nciujlly picturei. here. Ho i I. Mr Othel, l Snlli,,an, nun.itcr' 'f f M- ;; C.nU.I f fAn
MORTGAGE FINANCING Jim \VViilier HIMIIC' In Tuoilis:, ...i. Ala Hut.,, we d!>' want, you to meet 1 nnmecne "jii.t like Othel Sulh\in wv :
"fwW dP'e"'r "S want you ti' know the nun.. er i of f >our LOCAL Jim Nt tier( H.'ine* Dupl.iy" P.irk.. He i I. ,the nun >outliouUI "9 Ufut
meet in "penwn .If you rc planning''' !! to buiKI l n new Mnnc.'n \our I'r'U" may think co.I'l ire t.r uhih. '.'
,(! hut"' thin nun will .hint. ran now >OL' C XVFFORD to buiU, ) jour new )home now r rh.'r'' even .i iLirjer HOME OWNERS
(:A9Ullt efts., home than you eu-r dreamed' ) you eoulJ afford.Vourlociil ; .--

: Jim Walter Hanes representative: ; .till lake apervn.il" interex,,' In jour I lndivlilu.il problem, ,, H.'II .work
with jou to help you ...,he jour 'pace.. need)*, for now .and.I in the fUI"", H 'II .how. you n eleetion I of more ,
than twenty. m++dch..anc (I.. four bedroom'' ,some'' one bath. *omc two-bath home" Then after you have
made your'xlevtlon.I h 11.h.",. you how you can cut jmir co.i. to the bare minimum, ,by doing,, nide fI"l.hln.rk vourxlf. You. can do n* much u' you want.''' The more you ..I". the more you will, reduce I .the 3 Tons ((36,000 BTU's)
5 5 total COM of vour home And he will show. you how. an a.qualified, ) pr"perry <'''ne'.u may obtain' I'ST"T j
1 !MORTGAGE FINANCING even for the material* .'u11 u'e to rtimh your home.

We wnnl you I"know JIlIM! I* farts! nhoul" Jim Walter quality built| homeV would! like for you to K-ejIUif.l .the 695
lineof more than, twenty model*offered' M* would! like to tell you the exact COM.ti and .what jour monthly, in> We offercomplete.' mem: would "hefiranvafourhome.built, onveurprap., "vsothale.eretawofin.idecantplctinny.'uuant,,. Present System For As Little As ..
We U1IIllI.Il! ; hayf "Illhcl.su.! t Then, you decide whether your new' home should be Jim, waiter built .. : ,
SECOND HOME COTTAGES .whether jour local Jimvaltcr: reprewntative! Isn't. your .beet l friend .when It comet to I building on jour property, :

( Call or.top by Hit D/tptoy/ Park nttrttt,OU...or I"II in and mill th.coupon(xfow.W' Plus
--- - Any Necessary Electrical Work t
." < JIM WAIT!* NOMIS ,;;] A.ir Problems
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State To Match Running'-' Game Set Bv JV- Tornadoes

Two Plays were left in the
Friday night' Tommy Reddish got the ball the TO with 23 seconds re.matelpz polBt.gtempt but recovered It but no scoring was done
; football scrimmage Junior varshb' was- for the first time after his fas the game GasklnsfumbfeSlhe 'b1OW. ,maldnr the score 16" ,game in that time..
touchdown run to carry the ball on the extra e.
Sanitation FundsWord a preview of what kind of gum
ball up the middle for a 10 ,
they will playj. It wW be a yard gain, putting the offense -.f"'i1o--- ...... ... J
running game.Quarterback Mike Gasklns on the 41 yard line In defensive r------ "-. __ ,
came last Thursday that sing question of'' whether the a state employee. If he handlesthe not complete the flrtt territory.Aldredge .
the Florida Division of Health county; would have to shoulder operation this year, permission Friday night during the pass- then got the ball THERE'SA
will again this year matcb local the Increased burden if the of Dr. Wilson Sowdsr. night scrimmage. pal'lilt" again to carry It two yards
funds for mosquito control state. matching funds dldnt stab health officer will be There were no separate teams putting the offense on the 39
and land fill operations., come through came In a letter required, Tntwlck says. so to speak In the JV kcrlm- yard line.
Sanitarian Jack Trawlek verified from the Division of Health.It In some counties where contracts mage which really made It Then on the same play that
that Information Tuesday means that no change will to Inspect septic tanks game between the> offense and Reddish got the first touchdown ,
night. As In past yssrslUnda bbs take place In how the land Oil have been signed with AWPC. the defenie. the offense got the second TAGYOU'LL
One matching will and mosquito control operationsare Inspections have bogged down The offense started on their Bruce Barnes again made PRICE ,
dollar for dollar to a maximumof carried out, at least for and the lack of approval of 40 yard line. In two plays Elva the extra two points on an end _
$15,000 which Bradford.qualified this year. plans for sanitary facilities Is Hampton took the ball the sweep LIKEMAGIC
since the and ...... up The JV coaches changed the
for county: Coy Reubln skew's executive slowing building In some middle crossing the 50 to the
City of Starke put up a.total order putting the &land Oil defense's 40. offensive team after the first
of $18,000 for those two oper- operation under the Air and Tommy Reddish ran the ball quarter. ,. on flie now
ations. State Two matching On the first play of the
Water Pollution Control the middle for short new
up a gain "t
funds Trawlek said, are allo- CVWPC) muddled the Issue for BradfordGoes of three yards, then ran an end offense starting on ,the' 40 CHEF
..... cated on the basis of. slate several months however while sweep from the 19 yard line Mike Emery got the ball to :
monies available and this year county; commissions around the for the first touchdown of thegame. carry It up the middle for a -'
will amount to about $2.000. state stewed about how to raise ToF.uqua one yard gain. Emery carriedthe ;. -
giving Bradford: County a total funds to replace the state On the extra point Bruce ball for the next play also GAS RANGE
of $17,000 In state matching matching funds or how to carryon Barnes took the VU up the but on the second carry was
fund the same operation with middle for two poh s makingthe caught behind the scrimmage
Along with county; and city less money. score 8-0. line for a three yard loss by
funds that gives Trawlek a total Word has still not come from After the touchdown the offense defensive end Sheldon Hodge.
budget of about $31,000 to AWPC, Trawlek says, about got the ball back on their Dannie Thomas saw his first -
operated his Mosquito Control; how to carry out septic tank SkinnerBradford 40, again then giving the ball action for the game and madea ; L I IeMevm.a
Unit and cover the counb"live' Inspections since that matter to James Aldridge who fumbled two yard gain putting the .
land nils. His unit will has been turned over to the and the defense recov- offense on their 41 yard line. S .
carry out those operations aa AWPC. The Slaw Division of Then quarterback Mike Gaskins __ OVUM-
ered. But the offense got the IMl to*MM aw Mar M IMMO
In the past Trawick said, at Health has requested informa- County; gave Its nod ball back on the 40 for another decided to keep the ball ;\ .
least this coming year. tion from AWPC on how to, to Congressman Don Fuqua himself and ran for a,,19 yardgain 1 .$ I ,
There has been one change handle the operation. and Sen. Bob Saunders In Tues The ball went to Aldridge putting the offense in the I \f. ,
however. Administration of the AWPC has offered Bradford day's First Primary and both again who ran up the middle defense's territory.
land OH operation Is still moved County; $1.938 In matching funds men were conceded victors In only to find a large line waiting Then' on the next play Gaskins x--a
from the Health Department to If the commissioners sign a their campaigns on the basis of for him gaining no yard attempted a pass but I
the Air and Water Pollution contract to have a qualified Incomplete returns. missed Harold Eh vis leaving II I
Contro. Board in Jacksonville.The employee make the Inspections.The The vote in Bradford was ;',- age.Mike Gasklns who appea red to them on the 40 yard line ..
mosquito control operation Bradford: Commission has 218 for Fuqua, to 969 for Nathan be trying to pass the ball for
remains under the direction of not signed the agreement, however (Pete) Skinner of Lake the first time of the night was Jimmy Lane got the ball on /. as.-- .*...wtirthouM
the Health Department. This waiting seewhatAWPC City a newcomer to politics. heavily rushed by the defense the next play to carry It seven :, -..craMiMion*Miwe .
necessitates that Trawlek pre- tells the Division of Health. With returns still incomplete had to.run the ball getting yards around the end puttingthe p -o>rnn.n.rn n
pare two budgets. and work under Trawlek has, heretofore Inspected from the 23-county; Second Congressional only one yard gain. Normallythis ball on the 33 yard line. I :I
a second state agency. spetlc tanks under the District, the count would be fourth down but Then he carried It again tor I
Word which settled the nag Health Department, acting as was 67,746 for Fuqua and 26- there were no downs counted. an eight yard gain up the mid- only

,. A 421 for Skinner. Then Aldredge got another dle putting the offense on the '
Revenue Act Bradford: favored Saundersover chance at running the ball and defense 25 yard line.
Snaring Sen. WJE. Bishop of take took It nine yards up the mid- Then Elva Hampton took the 0 $18
Unfair To Small Towns City; by a vote of 2,883 to 1421. dle with the help of good blockIng ball for an eight yard gain to
I Incomplete returns from the putting the offense on Its the 16 yard line. He carriedthe .__ W.T.
Fifth Senatorial District gave 49 yard line.Enriching. ball again but tumbled and
Senator ,Saunders Says Saunders 36,525 to ,Bishop's recovered ( a.. JUjnrd, line.
29,906. Soil On the next play he took the SawyerSladeGas
In the race for Public Service ball six yards to the six yard
State Son, Bob Saunders of In the new 5th DI.tr1ctpolndnl Commissioner Bradford: line the
To Hasten Tree putting new offense '
Gainesville has responded to out that their cities received favored Incumbent Jess Yarborough in scoring'poslttaogn the next And
Issued greater revenues this year than with 2,066 votes, to ,Appliances
statements recently by 1- Harvest 2017A play I Donnie Thomas fumbled
of Lake last year due to the Revenue 840 for Ms Sen. Ger- by
Sen..W. E. Bishop City opponent the ball and recovered on the 11-J w '
concerning the effect of the Sharing Act.Slumderl .contends that this ald Lewis of Miami. In statewide 724-ton fertilizer helicopter same play Then Elva Hamp Madison St.. Phone 9647701There's
new Revenue Sharing Act on fact was misleading becausean voting however Lewis airdrop on 4.42.1; acresof ton was called on again to make
smaller towns. Both men are was the victor.
additional $30 million from Gcoffria-raiific Curl tree
for the State Sen- For Justice of the Supreme
ate candidates seat In the 5th Senatorial the general revenue fund of Court, Bradford: gave Riven KurdoiiM in OrtjCon'K.COOIt, ----..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-..-.-Nee_.-___----_-----.--_---------.---------.-.Ne-.-.N..-.-.-.-.
District, which Includes Brad the state was attached to the Buford, Jr. 1,635 votes to 1,_ Land and Lincoln counties
ford County. tax monies normally distributed 264 for Jim H. Carter and and Humboldt county in
Saunders said the act was among municipalities. 862 for incumbent David L. northern California was made rI

unfair! "because to the smaller the distribution communities a Saunders"The dozen Incorporated said fret, of"Is the that matter towns at least in McCain.a Incomplete run-off between state Mc-Indicated harvest recently to by insure growers an "early"in the I A New Mobile Home I

and Buford.
formula Is weighed In fcvor _
2017 instead of several
year *ULu
the new district received no
For Judge of
the District
of larger& cities. He explained "

that the money the according,bill distributes Alae.Increase.... at Bellevlew.all. He mentioned CaUahtn Bradford Court of voted Appeal 1,687 lit for District Tyrle, years The beyond.crop is trees for plywood Sales Location .. i

Cntefland, Dunnellon In te rlac-& lumber, cellu
to population, and that a person A. Boyer; 1,087 for James S. paper
In a smaller town countsas hen ,and Keystone Heights aa Wershow; and 960 for incum- lose and liiinin products
factor of in the formula 'an. example. bent Donald K. Carroll. Incomplete which are not even on the "
a one -- .
1 know the larger ctttes.. ,. In
while residents of returns from the district market !The farmers w Keystone :. I
larger geed greater)revenues, but a Indlcateda run-off between today ; .,.:,:,; ..4 1 Heights : .tj ..t ,
towns represent. a sear of explain that rushing a crop : ,
W9. jtate revenue sharing system Carroll and Boyer.Q -
;Should not palls the smallertown 45-years distant is based on : :"
Saunders said thai Bishop had because of this," Saunders 'a demand for forest products .
contacted several city officials JOHN'BRO'WN
; said.HADANE which continued !
"requires ;I
'' S
JI improvement in timber manHKement -
BESSIE @-Q The GeorgiaPacific'sWestern practices ; -
timberlands Manager ''''r" :
explains that this is one i F PRICEMOBILE .
of many techniques to insure II I .
niTURI'rffli'Tflinm by PETER G. HAMMOND more wood fiber for the nation's FF I
; MINfIt.AU-A/M1fU..... 011 Eitcutiv: Director National needs from private
Coofdiluting Council on Oruf Education I CENTER
.... commercial forest land. !F HOME
Lowooo Up until now, researchers, lie noted that private industry I
v policy makers and drug educators owns less commercial
.. HOURS t A.MV10 P.M. have worked from the forest land than any other !
CALLAHAN ON Ui.1 NORTH premise that a child's levelof group including government, ; I ItiNN

l/Z MILES MS FROM.....CITY, .., tit OP*CALLAHAN was fir .C.. FLORIDA.. information and the pressure but is called upon| to producemore 12' & 24' Wide Ca11473-3775
from his peers and ethnic wood plus, a large percentage "- i

: group were the key taco of the recreational ....N........,., ..... ................N.........NeNeN.NNN.N NNNNN J
; torn causiiiK the continuing value

ONLY THE VERY RIC i 1 advance of drug u..:e. But re- "",.' "'....-...,....._."<<1'00_....._.....N'o"N'iNO'''YoIV\N_,_>:_=_..-=-ii..i..i......',..".,.,'_....'..;.. _', _.'_. ... __" .."VrtVVWVWVVVWVWWVVVVVVWWWW.. "U"'H__""
cent research indicates that
CAN AF1'OID.CNEAP ,AIRCONDITIONING I I u child's drug conduct can be
predicted with very high accuracy I
merely by examining PLUS fj.I. = TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM

the family Thin' from which he ,ancers. .
come new concept ,
QUALITY WORK doesn't junk the old factors,

DOESN'T COST IT PAYS place.it just puts" them in second (''A$ Oil ELECTRIC FURNANCES, ) (WINDOW A/C/ 01 CENTRAL ,SYSTEMS) ,

_WN UEI .EAT The old factors' led us to (
FAMOUS 0. E. Weelhsrtren Neat Pumps )
WEATHERTRON & believe that the only hope in
HEAT PUMPS III sea CftlD4al" T IVIVII'IV' drug education won in the Grand Opening '

Kt-hools.: Their failure is not //m Nof
Winner' t Running For Public Office
1226 S. Walnut St. STARKE. 964-7731. their blame.forces The which socio-p produce ycholoiricul OF ,

D5 LA that Children any the present school drug use Intervention patterns are such of 5.000 B.T.U.VINOOV\ \ But. I Am Campaigning For Your

i b not likely toliave a remarkable

}f the impact.schools I il to the cultivate businessof Mrs. Lola' Williamson; Support t And Your Business ': t

OFFICE minds which inquire and .
STARKE : 4 '
: ,\t question authority Teacherscan I
e and should demonstrate .
I To You
conformity to laws and community Pledge : /,

t standards, but they .

f MACHINES can't For teach the it.most part the :; '! : 1.
r ;
family coerced is to blame or punished.,but it can'tbe It ; r. f1': r Quality Heating &AirConditioningSys.1b ;
TypewritersSTANDARD '

ELECTRIC f must textbooks.be taught. FTA's.and churches not with, \ : 'J; ::: 2. Quality Installation ,

f unions, community centers J

.Adding;;Machines and other be the such forums institutionswill where ; 4 q 3. Fa Prices_ For Quality Work .

people can learn the businessof 4. & Reliable Service.
,f ". Calculators communication and becoming Prompt ,
good parents.

We're r ; Not,Perfect, But .The task will be difficult S 5. Personal Supervision .& Inspection,
.f but the possibilities are as :

:4''f We Try ,Hard has tronomical.gotten us. The to our drug feet Issue; and f tJ Of'Alllnstallatwn. ..." .:

; it's a good reason to start r
moving. The 111 health of the
30: Guarantee rI
f American family the source CALL 964-8O41

| On Work We Do of more than just the drug TODAY
______ DON BROWN

:BRADFORD- COUNTY' t ,Train accidents and resultIng Winner/ Of G. E. Monojgain FOR FREE SURVEYNO ,; ,,. ]
r casual tiesdropped sharply A
| TELEGRAPH In 1971 for the second consecutive Oo.lerAward

__ .:;. .';.,L AUTHORIZED. "_ sat DEALER"! t ... ... the U.S.year Department.of., according to .( OBLIGATION.)

Pam 6. :Telegraph: September 14, 072A

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Johns Supporting ; Swine Producers Are Alerted To Cholera Threats; .L
01B radford-C ,
lay INDIAN :w. J '
President Nixon BEACH
. I Twenty-four; cases of hog cholera. the cholera disease affecting A PHIS vet veterinarians warn that observe any sickness In(' iwlne
' Hank Drane SaysSen. ] Involving 8,543 head have humans, which U caused bya the disease can easily be spread .should Immediately: notify state
(Lake Iaa" F.) been confirmed in swine herdsin bacteria rather than a virus. when swine are fed raw or Jederal, veterinarian or In-
Sales Bra: ........ B. Cklitrntw : Kentucky, South Carolina and Special teams of state and inadequately .' cooked pork .{ etor.L._ or' their county! ;
Charley] E. Johns of 47S-1M2 Puerto Rico since Aug. 2. the federal veterinarians are destroying scrape containing the virus. agoute Ewmlittttonr; will be.
Starke has stated hit Intention U. S, Department of Agriculture all Infected or ex- The latter method of transmls- :made. and. If hog cholera: .la
of voting for President Richard around reports. Nationally 32 posed swine herds In the South lon Is strongly suspected as diagnosed the.owner :rtir be-,
1-r"Forestry Nixon in the November Gen- Boy It sure Is quiet started vacations cases have been reported dur- east and other parts of the the cause of,the Puerto Rican compensated for hog that are .
Total l $221,853i eral Election according to Hank here School has and things ing this time period. nationthe only effective way outbreaks." still.-alive when' tin'official
Diane political editor of The are over, Santa Fe Officials with USDA's Animal of eradicating this disease. Swine owners'or dealers who _flrsiarrlves... -. _
i Florida Times-Union. are mighty; quiet on and Plant Health Inspection Ser- Onwers are paid indemnities ... -. '- .
: T-U Lake again, - - -------
f for -
Drane said in his Sunday vice ((APHIS) urge swine owners to help compensate them --- : .
] at forest teams. Tarleton noted in Ms Cousin Buddy Ellis has really
products toed
column that Johns revealed Ms
.] $221.853 In fiscal'! ]1971-72] report that Bradford FFA Intention to vote for Nixon at come out of the kinks In the be throughout the Southeastto their APHIS losses.officials] said that Electrical ; ;
extremely alert to the D &,F ijiiPDitc1
In Bradford and1 Clay Counties. forestry teams won the District a reception given Thursday past couple of weeks,, and Is danger of hog cholera. swine producers moving their j :
according to the annual] farm Forestry Field lay the State Sept. 7, at the home of State doing real well now. In fact, Hog cholera Is a highly con- hogs through areas where cases .
forestry project report made to FFA Forestry Field Day and Comptroller Fred O. Dickin- he wont back to work a coupleof have been confirmed should ,
tagious virus Complete
the Bradford con 'Commls- that David Wainwright placed U. S. weeksago. Uncle A If red Hudson ,- disease of swine I WirinRIR 'i'atts, of '"
former from
son honoring that to slate-federal keep these hogs separate
prior the
sion last week by Forester Al first in the state in the Seaboard Is still having trouble with Industrial Commercial'and'. Residential) : .
]- Treasurer John Connelly' who eradication campaign cost the other swine on the farm for f l : } .i iI
Ian L.f;Tarleton.. .tl't. Coastline Scholarship Individual is heading: a nationwide ''Dem.; Ms several arm weeks following a bonegraft Industry $50 million annually. 30 days and be alert for signs ,NEW AND USED CONTROLS .:"" ... .a-
forestry management ocrats for Nixon" campaign. ago. While It Is fatal to swine In of sickness. f :
Woodland owner given forest project with Gerald] Rosier. spent the Labor D weekend : '
Veterinarians said this Is especially EQUIPMENT 1.
nearly all it Is threatto
cases no ,
management assistance in the .cond, and that Bradford FFA attending a Bible Conference at true producers participating .
two counties totaled 150. There team was second In the annual Two Fined Fark-of-the-Falms. with r- humans. APHIS officials Service
33 Men strongly emphasized that It In swine shows at I 24-llour : ,
were Beachas
requests tor assistance State School] Forest Contest. nlel Snadden of Sattelito "
pending: on August 30. Tarleton On Charges Of guest speaker. enjoyed a should not be confused with state addition or county to possible(fairs.In expos- I Phone Keystone' ,.'J 73-3755 I
said. During the 1972-73 fiscal delicious dinner as the guest of M. C. ) '
Fire ure of swine to hog cholera (Bubba )falls, Manager;;.- ,
year Tarleton noted It la plan- HuntingBobby Mr. Willey, director and Bible 1 __.
.Volume Wr od'.IOd Cancer SeminarsAre through market channels, .,, -.: -- ----- _
of ned have
] In 71-] to FFA'ers Andy Bal- teacher of the park and his wife. .
72- totaled 19.618 cords. dree and David Baldree enter Mrs. Jo Strandberg, Beulah ScheduledAt .....:. wI-! ae ..,,_ ,: : -
,Man hours of assistance totaled the SCL forestry contest.Plans Daughtry and Rodney Smith, and Ruby Wolfe visited .
] In Clay. Acres planted In pines the district lorestry'contest.. were fined $232 each after Mary Green of Brooker and
during the year Bradford totaled pleading guilty] Wednesday sister-in-law Mrs. Vergle
1,804'and'ln Clay 3,217. Clay County 4-H clubs were Sept. 6. before Clay County Halle. cancer Information seminar
Clay County to In need of trees assisted In a seedling sales Judge Tom Rivers on charges Recent guests of the Chlttys has been scheduled for the new NOW WHAT : -
being planted Tarleton stated. program. Tarleton noted. St. of fire hunting. have Included aunt Clara Sul- Lake City; Community College .
At present there are 100.000 Regis Paper Company donated The men were arrested by livan of WliUston and Reused extension center at the Veter-
Acres Initeedofp anUngjndlay. trees which were divided among Wildlife Officer Jim Hubneron Jean Pierce and son Jeremy,of ans Administration (VA) Hos- ; DID .I- :
/111 Efforts are being made to plant the clubs and sold. Monies August 29, along State Road Gainesville. pital on September 26 and October .
trees, Tarleton satd.BobGrlceofdacksonvill.1as derived were used to finance 315 South near San Juan Ranch Labor Day weekend Mrs. Jo 3.Open. : : .
been encouraged 4-H activities. and charged with attempting to Strandberg .had a houseful of to anyone Interested COME-t,
to enter the tree plantIng of take deer at night with gun family for the whole weekend. the seminar will be held from :: '.
!business to make a planter Competition for all types and light. Hubner testified that Helping celebrate were: Haul 7 to 9 p.m. on each evening(
readily availableto l Jay.'BradfrCounty wood stumpage Is extremely shoot at and Greg Strandberg and three specialists will con-
he saw the men a Lee ; =
( < has fewer good In both counties Tarleton deer. Louise and Paulette Strand- duct the sessions. Dr. F. W. HERE 'FOfl .:

i Idle acres.'Maln need In Brad said. At present there wood are in this 28 Confiscated at the scene werea berg, all of Jacksonville; Dr. Henderson of Lake City Is the .... ,
buyers bidding on
ford, Tarleton stated la caring 1967 Ford pick-up truck one and Mrs. G.S. Mclntire and seminar chairman.
for the acres of pine plantation area. 308 calibre automatic rifle,one children; Chris and Lea of Both sessions will be held .
approaching the first thinning Tarleton] Is presently counties.county single barrel 12-guage shotgun Fitzgerald Ca. Sam and Dorothy In the VA Hospital Auditoriumand .. ., .
forester for both :
airing the,71-72] ; fiscal year Plans are being made however and one 12-volt hand spotlight, Butler and son Charles Hen- there is no charge. .
the county forester assisted Hubner said. ry of Ormand Beach and Sammy
Tarleton work fulltime .
to have
Starke FFA and Betty Butler of Miami. r ..r."o ,. -,'. .
Advisors Paul and for Clay .JJ. ..:..
In Bradford
County 9! .
.Ii" ..
Fatal -L. :
) Hutchlns and A.B. Smith In Mr. and Mrs.Fra sler and Mr. Stabbing _
I coaching, :thelfj FFA .forestry to have a runtime forester. and Mrs. Robert Young of Jacksonville :' _j. .:= ::.-' :,.:.-.. .
Of At i
"' were Labor Day week- Inmate ; ,. .. .

I ''t:s ..WOIII'j8@Jb end Daryl visitors Barrows.Mr. of. Mr. and Mrs. Union Co. PrisonGordon Many People Come Inhere: To. Add ,to'Thelr l : .-- .. -.-::- :.:,

and Mrs. Bowen Perrlttof : .
I Jacksonville Beach. Mrs. Ketchum, an Inmateat
i Helen Walker and Mr. and Mrs. the Union Correctional Institutional SAVINGS .ACCOUMT; } :
David Reid and sons of Jacksonville (former Ralford Prison : .
.. ,,
I by MARY LEE THOMPSONBig and Mr. and Mrs. )was fatally stabbed Friday Ir'" "' '
II Dolph Reddish and family of night Sept. 8, and his cellmate, At Our High Dividend Rate? :: :
I news comes in small Starke were Labor Day weekend Johnny Longaker, Is being ,,

., s arwtC packages for the home this visitors of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. questioned as a suspect. Others Wish For A Mortgage To Flnancehe(, ; .
fall. At recent home furnIshing Ketchum five-
a Carpenter.Mr. was serving a
t show in Chicago access and Mrs. Jack Dick of year sentence for forgery In Purchase Or Building Of A. Home, Or A Business,' -. .: .. ,... .
f Bradenton Beach and Mr. and Voluala County. He listed his -." "
,., Hories were the kind of important Establishment. "t,1:
1 eR. accents that make a Mrs. Rex Spivey of Okeechobee home as Kentucky,but his near-
/ N i visited Dick and Frances est relatives were located in

/ M.. room sing.Wall decorations. planter! Hilliard last week and attended New York City. Longaker is Either Of These Is A Cod( Reason For ',You! To' Visit, .; : .
") a performance of "Cross serving a life sentence for first
art objects, striking lamp.s -- -. Pry'
/ o and Sword" In St. Augustine.The degree murder.
.... all had a touch of decorator Hllllardt had visited both The stabbing took place outside FIRST FEOEKAJL- .'

: showmanship about them. of these families recently. the cell the men sharedat .. : :: :.
/ Even traditional lighting Jimmy and Jan Klnchen and the main housing unit of tvet I f. v .' .
% styles took on new finishes son visited Mr. and Mrs.James the prison. A sharpened screw- ? .
and colon) Sleek modern KInchen last weekend. rankle driver and a sharpened butter- Passbook 6 Month ,hatuf rl nth 1 Ye"rCertificates 2 Year. "!. --f"
0 P
chromo: accessories and Orieiital KInchen and daughter. Bide knife were found near the scene. Saving Certificate 'lo Certificate: '

I M duKiKiis! also were! ern (I- Muichew visited during the It was not determined which % 5.25%/... '. 5.75'a.:; JI".IibJ'.6:1\ .
.! '
middle of the week. ,was the fatal weapon. ":,.1,:: -at 'I .rno5 nivt soon. M .. \ t
heL01; ,1" 't +. .. ., 19t., ,
\\ .' : Trellle Cheshire returned to J I per'n I """ arsail"t '" ',siy"' .,
i j' .10.-.rkn".ftI:: 41t r I' nuIII., '" r1'I' ,
For example. :32-inch high her home In Ponpanoafter' ,',"I''t' Rnrninai,;! qua le ?;,ef147Ntn; u.rt.r.\\ $"nminM l .Q.,v.r'A.Ear.quMedy ...*
r n i n 3 lumps' in Chinese ginger jar lag her mother Beulah Smith, 2.50 Mln.IflVMlBMItt. $$2OQu )tins-; 1.1': 15,1198., :;li.ln.t"Jl1< } ; 11t J.*) "''looOou: ;": ,
i shapes' not on raised ChippciH' and aunt, Ruby--Wolfe most of Investment'' "Inveslm.nl.'' '1...__. ;" --

dale fretwork were stand-i the summer Techla McGriff ABOUT --r.. J
NEWS .. :
.- '.
outs. Some had black walnut of Jacksonville visited some .t' ."',
f bane and white pleated' linen with them also and took several : \\lttt) .: .
trips with Trellle. Last Satur- du. Houri, -
: = Engineered utilities for sharp' contract. day. X.M. and Iva Smith and SERVICE MEN reu Mon : (
Wicker, which continue!) daughter Terri! were out and '''.t.3'r." .

: to Heat Your Home popular( had new sophistication enjoyed a steak cookout. } ... :'.
.. in white framing! a pinto. Jimmy and Jan Klnchen and rrrr 4 FIRST FEDERAl. Z
Better at Lower Cost glass mirror. To match, there son, and Jimmy Coleman and .;,;
i \\cro wall sconces in wicker Linda White of Jacksonville ; and Loan .of
-tJlIings Association Starke'1D t i
with burnished brass candle spent Saturcay with Mr. and Navy Airman Recruit Michael LlIIJl t. [ .
and console table in Mrs. Orlando Roberts and en- D. Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,,II..... ..,...... "
arms a Joyed boating and swimming. Donald L. Curtis of Route 1, $
the TELEPHONE 96/ 5000
i EJJSIEGLER; the mime theme completed' Fred and Vera Swearlngenat Starke, graduated from recruit "The house Sarings"/ 395 W MAOISOSST. 1IJ. :
group.A '. tended the Mathis family reunion training at the Naval\: Training L'rRo.d ALSO SOON K.TSTOH6HttGNTl( ; ,- ';
planter of fired ceramic In Jasper last Sunday and Center in Orlando. -.
t r .t'\.1 in square hexagonal or fieo- celebrated Nora Mathis, Vera's -_ .. '. '7. .J"_: t ,.....". .e.9wwwWWW -" ;.,.' '; .,__ -, ....n.."....'"Z,

metric shapes was made with mother, 91st birthday. -...,.,.,.,..., -
t OIL HOME HEATERSMore interlocking base no that Weekend' visitors of Gladys
they could be stacked or and Lamar Malphurs were

heat at less cost from Imaginative formed in matte into black ireometric. white groups or' Jacksonville Danny and Bootsle, Bessie Bethune Land and of Spanish Sofa B&1Yite1: ; .
and ;
; engineering. Exclusive Inner heat tubes capture glassybright colors. The natural Mr. and Mrs. Harry .
of Eanla, and Larry
I : ( the top of the flame that's.4 times hotter. look of fine woods also and children Linda Royal of Jacksonville. i *_nti *nJ ILJ PI .V.

;1 ; : i" '!Built-in, blower l gives forced air super heat was highlighted in unusual Marsha Kay Stokes and son

) over the'fl 'Or In a uniform, draft-free carpet WII 'II. Typical wall an octagonal Alan, who have been living next ,,e Sofa Bed s '(r "",.-. r f'

1 f.i of warmth. And those are just some of the lamp of yew wood with door have to moved us for Into several the Fleming months e MatchingChair rr Q '
a bias base and shade. r ''I, 'd '
advanced f features of the stylishly designed Not included in the Chicago\ house next door to her parents. n f F. ..,' '
t ,\' Slegleif Oil, Home Heater. Come In and see show' but following in the That seems to be all for this -.
next time.
time see you
:. for yourself. 'trend for natural woods:!! in n
group of modern clocks! fashioned -

from butcher blocks:!! MENTAL .J 'DON'T
1 Denmark and smoky plexitrlas.' One HEALTH
Furniture Co. MISS
f floorersion., priced at around MATTERSBertram .
X stands. tall and proudas -
434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321 THIS
:!! n Grandfather clock.

,-,, Director
National Instituteof .

s ---- Mental Health J Matching; :


Social Change +.. Chair. _

I SCHOOLS MAKE THE GRADE change How people in an and agricultural their society re

lion frontier that area has will evolved be explored from a

in a major new sludy.
: The study. by scientists of

i- Our schools hundreds of that made from oil Washington Universityin St. .!
use things are : desk tops Louis is being supported by Exactly rte
and fiberglass seats, educational films, tapes and records, paint, Ink research funds from the Health Solo Open* f',1, tti
Bid At Night
Health Administrations t As
(: even the erasers on pencils. Services:: and Menial
National Institute r
But most of all, schools use energy. For heat, light and transportation. of Mental Health. Shown o

75% of all our energy comes from oil and natural gas (Including 40% The study examines how With The Bold New Look 1Q

: of our electricity). men have adapted to their surroundings ....
and is being headedby You get something new and different in "'w ( + :
Y: But today, we're using these petroleum fuels faster than we are '
I Dr. John W. Bennett. Professor this durable exciting new look in a Sofa 95 A
i finding them. That's why America faces an Energy Gap. of Anthropology at the Bed Suite. The arms are covered in black t't r.

g We'reVour local oil companies. Working to bridge the growing Energy St.Dr.Louis Bennett institution.is completing a plastic with red interior upholstery. You 5lr J6. ). .4t3

Gap. Because It's as simple as A-B-C a country that runs on oil can't cultural and historical analysis also- get the dramatic Chair to match. ;t ? -; ,'T. ,

i, afford to run short. he began nearly a decade ago :: ...

of a community In Northwest. .. -: .
ern Saskatchewan, Canada. .
t The investigations-will focuson : ; '.:.' '
$ 1M Load Oil Companies t -
the mental health. family 434 Welt : : :

For-mo{'.i Information, write cycles) ecology economic and development Call Street erttnaJ lutulfur 4 L'a bgrf: Phone .'4
and inter-group
k Florida. petroleum Council A country tt5gttingona'I intra-group relationships of the 1 \ \ 964.382 r 1 >

Ul< 'N. Gadsden St. eadfd to run short, population groups in'the area.

i Tallahassee\ Florida 32301 The Inhabitants of Ibis "poM- j'tr'I.

frontier" agricultural area, in-, I.
'i .4 *. elude Cree Indians. Hutterlta' 10" -
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Run Offs Country Club Fantastic

(From Page 1)) Board MeetingThe

I t tHol tI tM Deputy Dolph Reddish was high
II I man with 1,991 rotes, a lead of regular Board of DIrect.. SavingsNew
more than 800 over runner-up ors meeting cf the Starke
1. Golf
Crawford. Maxle Carter Jr.
and Country Club
1,056. :t. ? will be held
was a close third, with t at the club
'\ A:,', while Jennings Starling, a 1 n acp ytas night, Sept 14, at 8 pm Thursday AU
three-time contender for the
;'\ \\-I office, scored 397, and Jlnunle s attend.board members are urged to
': W. Clark trailed with 178.
i M Temple topped Casey by a u
narrow margin of 57 votes In
,I ,the Superintendent's race, Band Boosters
t I' scoring 1,814 to the Incumbent's

I: tI with 1.7S7.1,080.In Bill. Costello ran third t. Meet TonightBradford

the County Judge's race,
Sanders carried 13 of the coun- 4ift; +. High Band Boosterswill i
I ll day ty's 17 precincts to take a lead .rI meet Thursday night to discuss -
of more than 700 votes over the genera lope ration of the
Hurst. The vote was 2,207 for band for the oncoming year.
Bike Wreck Sanders; 1,491 for Hurst; and Also being discussed will be
i 1,088 for Paul l Hutchins, third 1-... the preparation of the consesslon -
man In the race. '_ stands at the home football
For School Board, District games this season
j (From Page 1)) 3, Arthur N. Holliday won back 0
the seat he lost to Charles :, r Old
I- im&?;
riding. Sawyer two years ago, havinga ,,>ir'' 'Hw'
I Florida Highway Patrol\
lead of 621 votes over his
I Trooper R. W. Martin who Investigated runnlngmate, Ben L. Moxley.
j \ the accident reported The count was Holltday 2,533; Westinghouse
tint Mrs. Vaughn was caughtby Moxley 1,912.Reddish .
the rear bumper of the carried ten precinctsin Special "Southerner"Room
j truck Just below the knee nearly reaching the top spot In the
severing her lower leg. sheriffs race, while Crawfordand Air Conditioners

The leg was reattached In Carter each carried three. Th. tally Isn't complete In this photo of Stork
poll workers but .
Starling was 'high only In his candidate leaned across "To .
the IMMII In
performed at the hos Ret( un
surgery the barricade orRumenl
pital and to be Mrs."holding Vaughn her IB own"reported home Both precinct Reddish of and Graham.Crawford preliminary rope If Inaccurate at the city count.'fire station to see whos. pile of ballots was growing fastest, a ", keep out of it.*' Models AS241L2K, AS181L2K

based their voto appeal on qua
by hospital spokesmen Wednesday
lification. Reddish stressing his Schaefer
morning. 18,000 BTU
long record as a deputy and Wins -
Mrs. Vaughn was reportedto chief deputy, and Crawford Hearing For RezoningBig
be riding eastbound NE
on pointing to his service as an
54th Avenue In Gainesville with inspector with the Florida Public (From Page 1))
her son Tom 12, when the accident Service Commission.
occured. Temple carried ten precinctsIn for. the county Judge's .too.
government There Is also the $21
For Mobile Home
Thomas told Trooper Mar !In the Superintendent's race obvious saving In fewer elec- 6"SAWYER
at the scene that he Bound tt to Casey's. six, and Costello'sone. Vote on extending terms of time
his horn when he saw the couple office In the to four
city years
In pro-primary rallies Temple Those favoring two
riding down the center of years
the .road In the same directIon and Costello both waged A public hearing on the proposed for the zoning change, as usually was closer than it most cheertonne, which the city has used
he was traveling. vigorous at;$ cks on Casey's rezoning of an approxi- the person requesting a vers thought would be. Proponents since being chartered,make officials -
claln four
spending policies, charging that mate 450-acre tract west of zoning hearing must for year terms [ more responsive to public
He said he veered to the Starke pays would allow
/ from Rl-A (residential) an official time to
funds the twoyears
were channeled into costs. opinion -
expensive -
right of the road to avoid the to Rl-C (residential, with mo- put through problems, relieve
building programs and Long said a big turnout expected kboPl oMclals on their
bicyclist, but that they also supervieorystatsalarleetothe bile homes) will be held by at the officials tromworryingnemuch toes and giver" voters a better
veered right toward the truck. neglect of transportation. acathdemise the Bradford County ZonlrsJ> 26th. hearing on tl* about re-election and give him opportunity to eliminate Ineffective SLADE AIR CONDITIONING
Th aneareleas was charged and other phases of the Board at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday more time to devote to city officials, It Is said.
driving by the High school program.In Sept. 26, In the County Commission Science 332 w. Madison St.
room of the Bradford Space
way Patrol. reaching his top man position
In the County Judge'srace County courthouse.The """
Sanders stressed the fact Helps EarthlingsSupply
Absentee that he was the only lawyer hearing was set by the ,
in the race, and said that a zoning' board following a heated UtilitiesTwo t R -, 1IIMII
session when Vernon Olin, of \
legal background necessary ... : :.. .
Olin's Mobile Home
Sales, and
Votes LateDue to administer the duties of the fuel cells from outer
office. Hurst pointed to his several others a 15-member space have come to earth in I t
experience In delegation asked the board
conducting municipal to Brooklyn
to the large number of court, as mayor of reclassify their property to they are -- ...+
absentee votes cast, and certain Starke which he said qualified permit the use of mobile homes. chemically transforming nat
other delays In the tabulating him for the duties of County ural gas into electricity,
process, the results of Judge. The area Involved Is shownon quietly and efficiently.The : ,
absentee voting were not available Dave Paulk carried 14 pre- accompanying map. It Is cells, recently installedas t tt
bounded on the east by the
to The Telegraph at press cincts to unseatDietrict5Com- a test in a New York home :
time. We will publish this Information missioner Zedra Hamilton a Starke city limits on the north ,
In our Issue of Sept feat that Paulk's wife narrowly) by State Road 100 and on the were developed jointly during -
21. missed doing when she ran west *nJ south by Edwards> the past five years by Pratt &; .
against Hamilton our years Loop Road. Whitney Division of United t tt
0 ago. Aircraft Corp) and 33 nat. ,
'. At a recent meeting of the ural :
Zoning Board. Olin charged the gas'companies as apart$( t
For Maximum Beauty members with hindering prog- of a $50 million research program -
ress by not allowing the b location which stretches from
of mobile homes In Brad coast to t
coast. One of the '
To control' scale intectt and -
ford County. After :a heated
SPRAY sponsoring .
r.d spd.rsos.bb.ry, ), discussion, durt'ig' which Gene companies is t "
should b- sprayed during Long, director of the Zoning Brooklyn Union Gas, which is : ,
th next 4 W ett before Board, said that Olin was Interested r conducting tests In New York : I
only In the sale of City. The fuel cells are modifications
cold "wiather sets Frost
mobile homes, the board decided of the powerplants
can damage, hot to advertise the area which provided electricity for
have lust| been tpraycd for rezoning.
the Apollo moon flights.

NOW! Long said that board members -
On or two of oil LL
tpraymgi are not opposed to mo- The natural gas fuel cell,,
emulsion should be applied bile homes, as such, and that an on-site electric generator,
ORIDA NOW'for best results. actually, 85 per cent of the consists of two units: one I
It 1ST county is zoned to permit them. contains a reformer that Is THE NEW CAR GASOliNE.IT

o ONTHOI. Our staff of. train.d..p.rt.ntomologuts member At the suggestion Jerome Johns of board, the breaks down natural gas into .
is ready to board decided hydrogen and carbon mole
to pay the cost MAY HELP YOU
serve you of advertising fora public hear. cules and converts the carbon
964-3745 ing on the matter. This wasa into carbon dioxide and the
concession to those asking. other is the fuel cell itself, PAYMENT.

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electrochemically when the, t tt

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![ A Natural gas fuel cells could 'g f .-r t3 ..... W
mean lower fuel costs since y* r.-t r.nOurNawe
they convert 40 per cent of t tt

ras energy into power and t
:operate one-third more efficiently O-.r UuN Q.NMew
than a typical central ...+-. y

power Gordon station C. Griswold according presi-to .Y..N 'I t tI

dent of Brooklyn Union Gas. t .jy :t'
Big SavingsSEPT. During the latter half of tt

60 1971 additional and through Fowercells 1972 up are to _

scheduled for installation by t

18, 19, & 20 various gas and pipeline com
panies at 37 locations in 19
states and the District of Co-
lumbia. Nearly all 1972 American-made really Is the new car gasoline. Lead.Wrong. It costs less than our .
cars have been designed to agar What's more,Gulftane Low-Lead regular. t
r Duality I Tires At I ate on 91 octane gasoline. And has the kind of quality additive So try a tankful of Gulftane,The
f most new car manuals recommend package you'd expect from a major money you save can go towards
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Gulltane Low-Lead meets both All this may sound like you'd
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Because the condition ol an engine as well as atmospheric factors affect/ the '
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1 Tough Opener Seen In Pre-Season Defensive BattleIn

a parents night who carried the ball six yards.On .

In Ocala scrim age game Fri- got a the first next down play for Brad the Carter white

VanguardFor day night the Brad- team with a six yard run from

ford High Varsity the red 46 yard line to the 43.
Taking advantage to the first
gridders ended the down Henry carried tIle ball on

BHS GriddersToughest red and white gamein an end sweep for eight yards
scoreless tie. taking the ball to the 35 yard
line and second down and two

I "We just knocked heads for 1 yards On the to go.next play 1 la ten kept
Head Coach
two hours said the bull for a sneak and madea
opening game In spllt-6. 5-4 8-1. and 4-4. The Vanguard Is In the new Big David Hurse of the defensive gain of one yard for the first
years Is expected) for Brad- Knights are using the wishbone Sun Conference with Ocala For- battle. Neither team was ex down.

ford High's Fighting Tornado offense for the. first time this rest, Gainesville Eastslde and coaches to win with divided This play put the ball on the
gridders tomorrow night when year. '. Buchholz and North Marion had the team 33 yard line where Hazen com-

they visit Ocala VanGuard at It will be the first time the The Knight complied: a 6-4 record Hurse added. pleted a pass to Gray Flynn for
Booster's Field at 8 p.m. Ir Tornadoes will have faced a last season. Before the scrlmage the team .seven yards giving the white

Ocala. wishbone offense, but they used The game tomorrow niohtwill was Introduced to the parents Running back Jimmy Lane, number 41, of the Bradford High JV another second down on the 26
Bradford runs for a seven yard gain
and In the
Added Interest will come from that offense until last season be played at Booster's Stadium spectators yard line. On this situation
the fact that the Vanguard so It Isn't unfamiliar to them. In Ocala. The stadium Is off gym. After the Introduction during a scrimmage game Friday night. Lane had help from good blocking shown in the back Hazen gave the ball to Malachl

Knights are coached by Ronald Though Vanguard is a big Sliver Springs! Boulevard east Head Tornado David Hurse ground but defensive back Reggie Green, number 30, got by the blocking to stop Lane fromscoring. Henry who ran up the middle

Crawford, a Bradford man anda team most first string players of Ocala past most of the talked about what he thought four yards to give the white

former guard on 1960-61 Tornado go both ways, playing offense business section. A sign Identifies the team would do this ;year another first down on the 22
teams under Coach David and defense. Even quarterback the stadium and Is on and how he thought football then Hazen throw Incomplete back to the 50 yard line by the by the alert defense for a one yard line.Hazen .

Hurse. A backfield coach for Andrews Is a defen- the left side of the divided helps the players to Donald Loper,making It their red.On yard loss. attempted a pass to
the Knights Is Mickey Agner sive safely. highway as you drive east. "You (the crowd) probably third down on the 40 yard line first down the red team On third down the red team Wayne Tetstone but it was Incomplete -
a KIngsley Lake boy who was know that I'm not very optimistic for the white team. gave the ball to Tetstone who fumbled to the white giving making It second downon

fullback on the 1965 Tornado but I think this ;year we un mire down Hazen'was made a one yard gain puttingthe them the ball on the white 47 the 22 yard line with lOyards
state champion team. have a good chance of winning caught for a three yard loss ball on the white's 49 yard yard line. to go for another first down.

"You can imagine how they're the state championship," he which made It fourth down on line for second down. On the first down the white Then Henry was given the ball

to this said. Most every year some the 37 yard line. The punt made On second down s reverse team crossed the 50 to 54 and was thrown for a threeyard
pointing Coach Hurse of game the upcoming says KH Indians Out team In converence wins the by the white team was brouohr from Hall to Crews was caught :yard line from a run by Henry loss making It third down on the
state title and Hurse feels It
battle with his former students. 24 yard line.
It will be the first time BUS could be BUS this year. On the third down situation

has Vanguard Ocala played high was school Vanguard a three senior, a years.high new To Avenge 1971 30 got In yard the the ball scrlmage line.first There on the their red were team own no Union To Host pass Hazen to complete In attempted this It series to Flynn.On the but. second failed

kickoffs during the scrim
from the first year, however fourth down Henry was
has football mage. given the ball but made no gain
and played good
Opening DefeatFriday Keith Tetstone was the first which the red team tIle ball
from the first year Hurse gave
points out. 'carrier of the ball for the red Tough Hornets on their own 13 yard line.
team and took It 7 yards putting
The Knights of 1972 are a On the first down Hall gave
the ball on the 37 yard
big experienced senior football night will tell the over last;year's team that went .the Ball to Tim Crews who

team with four or five outstanding tale for the Indians from Key- 4-5-1. line.Then running back Tim Crews carried the ball four yards to

athletes, according to Brad- stone Heights High School when Leading the Wishbone T offense took the ball on an end sweep In Grid the 19 yard line. On the next
ford scouting reports from Van- She lake-surrounded community for Keystone will be quarterbacks for 23 yards giving the red Opener play the red team made a one
The yard gain making It third downon
guard's Jamboree play. high school gridiron team Robin Henderson and team the ball on the white's
Knights played their cross town squares off against St.Joseph'sof Bobby Burner Bayless reports 4X! yard ulna and drat' down. the 20 yard line will) five

rivals, Ocala Forrest, to a St. Augustine at the Indian's that both boys will be counted On the first down quarterback yards to go.
0-0 tie In the Jamboree andwas home field.It on heavily to direct the offensive Keith Tetstone ran for 11 yards
will start at the
Ronnie the
Hall ran the ball to the "This will be game
a get ready forward to the game, concluded giving the red team the ball on
on Forrest's one yard line will be a stiff test for attack. Doby Sheffield white team's 40 yard line toss week for Hawthorne, ranked Roberts. Lake Butler High stadium at
when the quarter ended. They the home team. The Flash's (150), Larry Turkett 055)) and five yard gain. He also ran tenth In the class AA division Hawthorne Evert 8 p.m the 31 yard line wltlia flrstdown.
played Palatta to a 0-0 tie, from Florida's oldest will Bill Radcllff 065)) will round On third down which was
city the ball "Their fourfrontmenare200pounds
the next of state who
on play this
we play Friday Brown Is a real good thrower. the
last of
play the Hall
too.Vanguard bring to town a much larger out the starters In the back- for a one yard gain putting the night In Lake Butler," said The Hornets have tailback that or better, and the linebackers game
ran the ball 20
Is using a wish- team than the Indans. field. I yards putting
fighting feel
Head are are a-
Tiger Charlie
for the first time ball on the 39 yard line. Roberta weighs 175 pounds and Is a the white team on the red 30
bone offense However Coach Playing center and heading "
Coach Roberts
Roy Bayless'boys bove said -
Then Crews got the ballagaln are a big bunch, the real good runner on the outside average
tackles yard line.
and will show multiple defenses haven't the defeat up the quick and hard hitting
forgotten and took It to the 34 yard line, are real big. and the where their' running Is most effective' .
\ I Ifor' BITS Its
hoping to confuse Tornado1 suffered line will be.Stove Byrd (5-10 opens season against
In ,
the waning mo- >and wideouts and running backs said Roberts.1Lake The way that Hawthorne has.
'five gain
yard a'
a are Ocala
blockers. ments of last year's game. 155). Other starters in the line first down for the red team... real !fast! said Roberts. "We Butler apparently will their line, a 4-4 defense, Lake V'angaurd In Ocala next
Probably the best football will be guards Tom Strube Friday night starting at 8 ;
Keystone ahead until the ball
was Butler Is going to run the
On second down he took the ball have our work cut out for us, have to work on stopping run-
player on the Vanguard team last minute of play when theFlash's ((5-10 165)) and James Kuykendal ahead but If Hawthorne
but I straight
arid the
another two put think
yards we have a ball club ners from the outside this week Terry Hayes and Randy Gaskins -
Is fullback Johnnie Hendrix, a (5-10 155)) tackles Ricky
: LB
put together a 98-yard ball on the white 32 yard line. that can meet any kind of challenge and will have to go into the takes the running game from will be the two defensive
5-7 HendrixIs Davis ((5-11 160)and Todd Bran-
165-pound senior.
touchdown drive to win the they will go to what they like
Crews took ball and the with that ends
the again on boys are looking game knowledge. this year for the Big
described as an excellent non ((5-8, 160> and ends Bobby
game. best which Is the passing game,
third down but was stopped with Red Ga skins Is a returning
team ,leader and an excellent Asked earlier this week a- Grayson (6-2, 155) and John the Union Coach said.

blocker, the""team's best running bout last year's game. Coach Mayfield ((6-1 160)). Byrd andDavis mally out gain made which It would fourth have,down.nor-A "We are going to have to run this letterman is to the the first position t while tlIay.s

back and best overall l Bayless replied, "Just wait until have been sick In recent the them, and we are going to haveto year
called against has been
linebacker penalty was to
er. Hendrix is a tough Friday night. We had two days but are expected) to be establish our running game up varsity.
first "Both
white team and It a real
gave Lake ButlerRules are good playersand
on defense.Quarterback fine quarters last week In the able to start.Bayless against them said Roberts.
and ten for the red team on the they are the best we'vehad
Mike Andrews, Jamboree at Mayo High School.We also reports that The Baby Tigers will open "
white 27 yard line. at that position In
5-10 152-pounds and a senior hope to put it all togetherthis Kyle Owens, a 200-lb lineman On the first down Keith Tet- their season the following .',,time," said defensive line a coach long
throws the football extremelywell week against St.Joseph's." from Tampa, recently Joinedthe stone took the ball for no gain Thursday against Macclenny in Mike Sexton.
BHS coaches say and can Quickness and desire have squad and will be seeing and then second down did the Baker County.
run too. His favorite pass Is characterized practice sessions a lot of action. James What-

a curl pattern to split end leading Into the season's ley 060) will also be playing same.On third down Hall ran the ball Jamboreerun .., Bobby Dyal and Gary Melvin -

Larry Fuqua 5-9, 158-12, who opener. Most sideline obser- quite a bit particularly on defense three yards before slipping on P-P-K Contest will be at the defensive
is very fast and whose favor- vers feel that the Indian's de- reports Bayless. the 27 lune. tackle by positions this year.
ite pattern Is the curl. Andrews fense is 100 per cent Improved Kickoff time Is 8 p.m. Then yard Levy Lennon got the ball Dyal played at the same spot
can throw deep well, Lake Butler's Tigers ruled rough."I RegistrationStill last year while Melvin saw a
end and made
on an sweep a the Suwannee Conference Jamboree was real pleased with they lot of action at the tackle position -
13 the first down
too.Right yard gain
tackle Willie Brewton. needed the red team In Wllliston Friday night the Jamboree went by the Open behind Farelon McClellan -

6-3 190-pound senior is tabbed On the by first down Crews took by< beating Cross City 7-0 In fact that the young boys looked who graduated last year.
the best blocker ona big, strong Vanguard Game To the second quarter and then real well" said Roberts. Cur-
the ball the middle for a
Vanguard line. Brewton tough up whipping PK Yonge 6-0 In the tiss Slrmons, Jack McGill Registrations for the area's12th
four yard Rain putting the ball
along with his size and strength.He on the white 10 line witha final I quarter Johnny Woodley and Abraham annual Punt Pass and Kick
plays linebacker on defense, yard LB did Its scoring when Cur- Perry are all underclassmen Competition for boys ages eight 'FlagFootballLeagues

giving( the Knights two of the Be Tough For BHS Then second Tetstone down. took the ball: has Sermones took a 22 yard yet they did a real good Job," through 13 will remain open
through September 29.
best football players at that pass from quarterback Dale commented Roberts. Get
on end for a two yard
position In Hendrix and Brew- sweep- Groan from the !SO. yard line tn "Probably In the second Nationally more than 1,000-
gain making It third downon ; "toUch- W against 000 youngsters are expectedto
offense the
run a quarter our was out-
look for Iambus
ton.Tight Wayne the eight yard line of the take in the Into ActionThe
part program
end Joey London 6-1, Early Chandler to Cross City.Johnny standing thing. Yet when we
see some
190-pound senior, is another team. Then Hall was Woodley booted the played PKY In the final quarter which is co-sponsored by the
at the linebacker
tough ball player. He Is a weak at the posi-" caught behind the line for a two extra point kick to make the our defense stood out," !National and American conferences -
or nose position, yard loss making It fourth down of the !National Football
Recreation Department'sFlag
side defensive end for the score 70. No other scoring said Coach Roberta.
Knights. Sexton. and 10 yards to the goal line. was done during the remain- "I was pretty satisfied that League and the' Ford Dealers Football Programs are

The Vanguard line averages defense In the has last really few come On fourth down a red team der of that quarter of play. we only had to punt one time of America. Registration blanks now underway with good first

179 pounds, bigger than the days field goal attempt foiled and the In the final quarter when LB when Billy Ray Smith booted and local competition detailsare week registrations.
especially Tuesday during ball went to the white team on available at all participating The Small Fry League ((7-8-
Tornadoes "even though we're said faced PKY the Tiger's hard the ball 45 yardsagalnstPKY,
bigger than usual I," says Coach Sexton. Its 30 yard line. defense forced PKY to punt andDale said Roberts Ford dealerships.Punt 9) got their first practice off
Hazen will be the
Hurse. On the white's first play Green made a 55 yard The Tigers accumulated 105 Pass and Kick has attracted to a good start with 42 boys

Vanguard can run at least quarterback this for the Tor- quarterback Eddie Hazen gave run back from LB's 45 yard yards on the total offense of over 8 million participants turning out Monday afternoon.
four different defenses: the has year as year. the ball to fullback Brad Car- line for a touchdown. Head Lake both quarters of play, IncludIng since Its inception In Registration Is still open and
a passing average ter who took the ball one yard Butler Coach Charlie Roberts the 24 yard scoring pass. 1961, in addition to the enthusiastic more boys are expected to sign

yards per throw com- up the middle putting the whiteon credits a large part of Green's Kerwin Clyatt, at tackle stood support of high school, up this week. Small Fry practice -
63 of 162 passes for the 31 yard line. scoring to outstanding block- out defensively with five tack- college and professional foot- sessions are held each

KH .of about Is 800 yards In Malachi Henry got the ball on Ing by Johnny Woodley, J.W. les against PKY and another ball coaches across the coun- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday -
Corrects a comple
second down and made a one Lacy, and Richard Yarbou- three against Cross City. afternoons, 3:30: :9 I p.m.
rate of 41.4 percent. yard run up the mlddK for his National Football League with their first games sched-

Early MiscuesFootball Henry will be play- first offensive action of the Commissioner Pete Rozelle describes uled to begin October 2.
at the running back' po- night. __n __ Punt Pass and Kickas The Bantam League (10-11-
for the Tornadoes for the "finest youth athletic 12) their
began practice sessions -
second year. Henry had First pass completion of the program" of Its kind and notes Tuesday with 30 boys
this weekat night was Eddie Kazan's throw
practice of 5,6 yards per
that entrants compete only against registered. The boys will be
Keystone Heights High School from the 32 yard line to Cray
last year as a Junior. boys their own age.Scoring practicing each Tuesday and
centered around correcting last carried the ball about 900 Flynn who took the ball for a Is based on distance and Thursday with their

week' mistakes made in the In 11 games In 145 car- nine yard gain, giving the white accuracy In punting, passingand scheduled to begin October games 3.
Jamboree footballgameatMayo team a first down on its 41
place kicking Registration is still open and
High School! tion."I Carter will start at Eddie CompedtlOlbegins at the local boys may register at the Pratt
Hazen fumbled the tall
fullback position. Carter
level on September 30 and Street Center.
Coach Roy Bayless' spirited the ball last year 101 times on the next play to give them a subsequently to Zone
moves The Girls Flag Football Pro-
football players hope to have five
yard loss back to the 36
a total of 500 yards In 11 District Divisional
Area and will hold
gram a new one,
everything Ironed out before
which gives him a run yard line. But on the .next play National I levels. Noentrancefeeor their first practice session this
the regular season begins Fri. the white team made It witha
day night against St. Joseph's. ; average of 4.4 yards per up r special equipment Is re- Thursday, Sept 14, 5 p.m., at
Carter Is a returning end five yard run by Henry on an quired. There Is no body con- Westside Park. Registration is

from that position sweep. tact and participation does not and 13 thur
Bayl... reports that gametUme On third down Hazen' throw open girls ages
the Indians year impair a youth's ama tour stand- high school may register by
Indicate that missed
Flynn It fouth
Tetstone will be play- making Ing. format
hit as hard as anyone else and 11 picking up a registration
the flanker back posi yards to go on the 40
Boys, accompanied by a parent the Recreation Department
In the Jam-
last Friday night
yard line. Flynn punted to Levy
this ;year where he played
or guardian, may register Offices In the Old Armory.
boree. "A few mental mistake
;year. Tetstone carried the Lennon who made a 10 yard run for PPAK at the PrattStreet Practice sessions will be heldeach
and penalties hurt us the most five times for a total of back from the 36 to the 48. Recreation Center."The Tuesday and Thursday afternoons -
Bayless said.'throYDh with an average of On first down the red team 5-6:30
: pjn.
per carry. gave the ball to Crew. who was Anorganizational meetingwas
Tuesday's practice the season last ;year caught for a ten yard loss held Monday
night Sept.
session the Indians appear Barber made making it second and 20. -
the most .
for Friday night's f 11.- for the Men's Flag Foot-
be healthy
with the Fta sh's from .., stopping opposing run- Two plays latter the red team h ball League. Four teams are
St.encounter)Augustine. Outstanding linemen 65 times and assisting In had to punt the ball back to the Number 31 Bruce Borne is caught behind the scrimmage expected to enter the league
.. He also recovered: white team from the 33 year line '
by defensive tackle Gary Bakken for a loss of yardageIn to begin play Sept 20. The

Ricky .Davis: 'and Steve> fumbles last;year.from opposing line.The white team got the ball the JV football scrimmage game last Friday night.,, The league schedule will with play double-headers a nine game

Byrd saw little action In Monday : we are physcologlcally on Its 42 yard line and Dennis Baby Tornado will open their season next Thursday 1 tK being played' each Wednesday

and Tuesday's drills due I think that we will be Crawford got the ball and against Eastslde at the Bradford High Stadium starting at night. Badcock Furniture defending
to sickness but they are expected ally ready for the game was thrown for a two yard loss 7:30 p.m. surest way of establishing champs. Kitchens,Tile-
to be ready by Friday. night," says Coach putting the white on their 40 credit Is to work to and ,
Draw-Tlte one other team
need .IL"
.. yard line. herd that you won't
will make up the league.

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I 2 : LAW T E Y r- Hampton Area Newsy ei 1 s

) JBVelyn V. Potygl!
t: By Ellxgbeth Terry

CHURCH SCHEDULES S,,'.'' rogram. MX ladles attended patient In Baptist Memorial and Pierce Mrs., visited"Jim-Rosier his cousins, on,Sun--Mr.- CITY The COUNCIL City; Council MEETING met on Sept. ICE The CREAM Senior SOCIAL Citizens BenefitIce

Grace United Methodls jhe meeting. Hospital, Jacksonville. due to the feet that their Cream Social will be held
afternoon. Prizes
IHntaw' Baptist Church Mrs. Avle Pearce was a week- day For Free
Church Sunday School. 9:4 8 While Mrs. P. L. IXnWns scheduled meeting fell on election Friday night; Sept. 15.
ajn. Worship Service., Ila.m.:..' 1/ School 1 ?::45 ajn' Woi> end guest of her sister-in-law, night. Serving starts at 7:30 p.m.
In St. Augustine the
+iblp' Services, 11 l a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. Sarah Thompson, In Jack was
and 8 p.m. Children'sTuesday Ilour Paul Dlnklns' recently, they County Commissioner Z. W. In the Hampton City Hall.Come
7 to 8:30: p.m. Prayer' p.m. Prayer Mttng, Wednes- sonville. Hamilton discussed Hamptondralnli'8 and bring your family and ANNUALS
attended the four-night Diys
Meeting Wednesday 8 ,:day at< 7:30 pjn. followed by Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs conditions friends.
pum. and street
In Spain Fiesta. This was con
Choir Practice Thursday< 7:30 Choir* Practice. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Here's chance to fill
council your
Mr. and Mrs. cluded Saturday night with the with VptMla
Ira Young and
business Included the kids on cake and Ice
P.m.The Butler lighting of 407 Birthday tapers Other preparing up
Lake on
uses of the church met Livingston of on a gigantic cake commem- the City Hall for the cream for a quarter a serv
Tuesday< night at 7:30. Mrs. RSON.\lS Tuesday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Daniel Masseyand orating the founding of the old- election and recommendationthat ing. You'll find all kinds of Plants,
Mrs.VernoiTE.011nasslstedbyMUs be Installed over "goodies" on the white elephant -
est city by Don Pedro Men- a light
Blanchard gave the ;-Friends: of Mrs. John Shuford family of Naples spent last nodes DcAvlles In 1565. It was the east door of me City; Hall table from 5C to'1.
Xs* ret to learn that she Is a weekend with their parent
will be held
wonderful sight to be- The next meeting
as very
A. E.
Rev. and Mrs.
October 10 at 8 pjn. In the THIS 'N THAT
Mrs. Ploy Bennett wasa guest hold.Mrs.. C. R. Crews and Glen Hampton City Hall Mayor Arthur Bruno was TRAY .43
301 DRIYETRE! of her son-in-law and laughter -
named as vice president of the
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson nann spent the long weekend
FIRE DEPT. MEETING Starke-Bradford County Cham-
Mac- with her son-in-law and daughter
STARKE, flA. and family at Mr. and Mrs Tommy Our Volunteer Fire Dept.met ber of Commerce last week.A .
PHONE 960.7091< clenny Monday to Friday.of Fort Clayton and son In Jackson- at the fire station last Monday
Bernard Rosier ,
SHOW START&AT 8I5 .edmix
ville. evening.A baby shower was given for
18 CLOSED ON TUES --ED. THURS. Mrs. R, L. Bradley and Jamie committee was appointedto Mrs. Jo Ann Estes last Mon- ,
spent Monday In Jacksonville check on the prices of badges day even In the city; hall.
FRI.-SAT. SEPTEMBER 15-16 with hersonanddaugh- hats and shirts for the of- Anne Hicks, Ja- IfDMI><
tor-ln-law, Mr.and Mrs. Randall ficers. nie Hicks Florence Jones and ;<
DOUBLE FEATURESIX FLORIDATHEATRE Bradley. The department donated $25 Virginia Crawford served cake
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Grant of to the Hampton Senior Citizens and punch'after Mrs. Estes
: Orlando, were guests of their Club In appreciation for their opened an array of gifts. 1.59
t ? "' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. help In all the fire dept. pro The Halls and Crawfords went
and Mrs. Jim Rosier, andother jects. fishing over Labor Etey. Pat
THESE ARE f:.:;.. .'" 'r relatives over the long week- Meetings have been changed Crawford was champ with a .
.... ". to the first and third Tuesdays bass and brim each weighing
THEIO 7:00 end.Mr.. and Mrs. Simon Denton. of each month. NextmeetIng 2 pounds (Buck, ain't It about '
,:::;: ''I 'Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 of Boynton Beach, were guests will be on October 3. time you wet a line?) SEED'.
.i; t of their son and thtn Ater-In-

RE E10EES ; Friday, Saturday, Sunday law, Rev. and Mrs. Don Den- Lb., 5.27
September 15, 16, 17 ton and family Wednesday to Bread Winner SO ,
Where "WILLARD" Joe Kelly of Tltusvtlle visited Made with mashed fresh nectarines and chopped pecans, the
A MARTIN AAe"'N.cTOON' Ms uncle and aunt, Mr. loaf la highly recommended for breakfast or weekend brunchor Specials;
A CINEMA NATNINAL CENTER OI..AAL. rIMS PIC'URES E8f"'OON -WHJAMHOtOEN. EST/ BOAG-.e!. .. ended... and Mrs. Hermie Kelly on. as a snack at any time. Simply slice and spread with butter
PANAII3IQ' COLOR sYve WEE,AfLfAlII M! .ra WOODY Smocl! SUSAN NAYWNWO. Saturday night. for a real "bread-winner.
C. 6 t THE R VtNGEBSj BlN[ Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Harris NECTARINE NUT LOAF PECAN
and baby of Ralford. and 2 or 3 fresh nectarines Z'/a' : cups sifted allpurposefrom
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas California flour
must begins. and family of Bayless High Va cup shortening 2V' teaspoon baking powder SHADE
way, were guests of their parents 1 cup sugar I teaspoon salt
Mr. and Mrs. H. H.,, :2 eggs Vi: cup chopped pecans or AND),
JOHN WAYNg Brice, on Monday. 1 teaspoon vanilla roasted diced almonds 1
and Mr. and
Roger Hayes
Blanch nectarines, remove peel. Mash enough fruit to measure FRUIT
A Howard Hawks Production +
Jeff of
Mrs. Morgan Albany,
1 cup. Cream shortening with sugar; mix in eggs and vanilla.
"RIO ( Ca., spent Labor Day week- Sift flour with baking powder and salt; add to creamed mixture
LOBO'& end with their parents, Mr. alternately with mashed nectarines, mixing well after each ad TREES
and Mrs. Morris Kelley. dltlon. Mix in nuts. Turn Into greased and floured 9 x 8 x 3-inch
fechncotor* f 19j Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Reddish loaf pan; bake in 330 degree (moderate) oven about 1 hour. Cool
of the State Farm were In pan 10 minutes; remove and finish cooling on rack. Wrap 20 % OFF
dinner guests of their parents, and store overnight for best slicing. Makes 1 loaf. :.
Sunday Monday -gejtember 17 18IHaedtt c 2.
;, Mr. and Mrs. Leg McClellanon ,

'e? Mrs.Monday.Alma Norman and

; daughters, and Mrs. James GAINESVILLEBusiness MICHIGAN
bIl before.so Norman visited her aunt, Mrs.
And this time. Edna Harvey In Seville, on Sat- '
hill bade with more
After lunch visited
he's not alone! Directory PEAT
Mr. Marvey who Is a surgical

patient In Deland Hospital. ) 'IIACTERV l 1 JJ t.. ACTIVE:
(Q)) Mr. and Mrs Leslie Phillips ,
and sons, of Waldo, visited AUTO ,SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
Plus their mother, Mrs. O. J. 50 lb.re'9',
Phillips, on Wednesday. BRASINGTON

b Mr.of and Lake Mrs.Butler Harlls and Ellington Mr.- CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE' Johnson& Far!*, Inc.
e and Mrs. Leon Ellington of SALES & SERVICE
I. :
1MUROCO1oQ Graham were guests of Mr. SEEDS PLANTS | CYPRtESS
PA 1510N'.C
and Mrs. Morris Kelley and Fine Selection .1 Used Car I _
4 1 'family'Sunday night \,* '' L L 4 Taken On Cadillac Trades Insecticides Pet,Supplies-. .I... e : i : : :
a9r.MGM ."'"Mr.'and Mrs.''GI1me.JackI 3001 N.W. mil'-'''Ph. ns-a3el FERTILIZERS

-Plus- son, of Bedford Lake and Mr. ,. '- .
0 and Mrs. Horace Cox of Santa We Rent Fcrtlllvr Slh .' PH.'SpreadcmIZt 178-0476 = LONG'HASTING; !
Fe Lake, who were on vaca- Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA N.W.
tion spent the time sightseeing j't : NOW '

states.In They the mountains returned on of Saturday six GLASS : 3 Cu. Ft. 'I :.37

and stopped by to see 4 wheel drive and earl
s 13 their mother Mrs. P. L. Din- Sale*, Parts Service You :nh7hJ
kins. Clean Used Toyola LIDDELL
Mr. and Mrs Claude North
a O 1700 N. Main 378-12M
3t Jacksonville were supper :
Glass Company tiev ftF
-- .'. .- .--, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beauty Academy_ a
_1. ___ Robertson, Mrs. Edith Swin- "GI... For Every Purpoxe"
ney and Mark and Shane Swin-
dell on Saturday. POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors Long And

The best time> to read Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs., visited David Mooreof their Beauty Academy Tub Furniture Enclosure Tops -Shower 01..... Re Handle x h .

brother and slster-ln-Iaw, Mr. Learn a Profession In Your placed. I s. Tank "
and Mrs. Fred Moore on Sun- Spore Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION f
our free.econofny booklets day. The David Moores have 219 N W. 10th 379-2768 Sprayers /I'. ,1\\I\
Just returned from Columbiaand 1228 S... :Main Galnr vllle' .. ((
Ecuador, South America. ELECTRIC MOTORS DURING J \\\\ f
is between 4 and 8 Mrs. Reggie Norman, ofChlefland. 372.8191 ; 372.1102 OIF
tonight. spent the weekend ELECTRIC SALE ONLY t
with her In-laws, Mr. and Mrs.
Truman Norman. Motor Repair Co. Santa Fe Tractor : Meal Or Pellets
::3 Lamar Priest and Roger LONG I
Of Gainesville fre.
Acres were In Haleyvllle fora Farm It Industrial : i lib.
short visit with his grandmother Repairing Rewinding Tractors .
111 Mrs.Ernest Coulbern, New and Used I s
Hydraulics 4
Hose : Box
combined with business In Flo-
pT rence, Ala. .2916 N.V.; :6th St.- Ph. 372-8.118 and Fitting I

Mrs. L. C. Bassett of Isla- Bolts all Sizes i 4 Trays
morado, her son, Wm. Bassett, MOVERS Steam Cleaner : :
and Mr.and Mrs. Patrick BasH L & Chemicals : !

f << and sons were overnight Lone Distance Mating Sales at Service I 1.47 i
guests of her brotherinlawand Storage' Packing : 1
: sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pick Up at Delivery .
F. Robertson and her niece, Crating Shipping 4488 N. W. 6th at < I
Mrs. Edith Swlrmey. Free Estimates Call Gainesville, Fla._ .! *
Mrs. Nanette Hughes Green
Cove Springs, spent Sunday with

\ and her ftimlly.sister. Mrs. John Kuhne, HUSICBAIDWIN FOR 'A

My Neighbors Van Service
4 AI'- .
1 '" ..j, : 'Ire: '3J4U N.E. WiWo IU. O'vlIU
r 4' \ a 37WS71. .har : 3Ya HPBRIGGS -11,

f''; .. G'ViE" -- .. BLOUNT PONTLAC C'vllle Shooolng CI,. 372.5351 ..
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: ;:': INTAN'T Farm and Industrial
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; ',.[1"o,i.';.or." -4J!" ,. (lOGY : .EquipmentTHIS

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..... 1 / Factory !
,. Pontiac
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: I '
:: ( ;: af; :%"tltm' Safet, >Pert .Service SPACE FOR SALE

.. : 210 H. MainCelnetville

I \ HPy Car Of ThanksOur Flo. PHONE 964.6305

That's when everySSjses a tot of electricity 372.2583

at the same time. It's alsawhen you can help lessen tSSSBR! 'J TRAILERS

the chances of a power'shortage (and save your-, thinks to all 1M people .
,self some money too))by using less electricity. And of Stork and Bradford County; 'MOBILE. HOUKRIPAlB: >-StlVCK.| :
it's a great time to sit.back relax, and read our two tor their love, prayers and, ..//1 Klrly't M.bll H.m.Rtvtlr .
free economy booklets. 'a '+ pttr, concern during Dr. Barry'sUlMSS. .fRee & SuppIUs, !lie. AND
Both are jam-packed with = ..
cost-saving ways to Authorized balers For :.. .
Our appreciation for 1M ro-'" y
economizeonyourelecw<}airconditioner and other =
floral and JttO fc. Wsldo f."I1'lnt.rth..m
1"a' offerings other kindnesses N. Rd.
major electric appliances .
'' and acts of sympathy .In..III. 371-06111. 5ir8l: .r Hr.t.ini k Ait ConJinomni -
,Pick up your free copies at any FPL office.Or at extended to us In our recent Equip. '1' 1(';
your appliance dealer,.*ih 7. : *> sorrow. Eel-. ...'v'c.' .".....,. uppli"'ninlca GARDE{ 1
J My children and I are deeply H ml,. .. IMT .. M M pr oIa,
,_ Ait;
H" ''A.le..C.I./ Comiiiteninji lnlllr
for all
t your kindness MV.A., Service Omtrr CENTER
s-rsrtsthv tltlelodrlCRy between a anti 8 tonight. f I : they will never be for All Maul $650.' t> :
,... 400 '.
r..c. __.__ gotten.-Mrs.A.J.Barry Drew ".T..cMeyN.r' :N. 6th Si. C4in..vill. '
% .-T,Isr.f .... t' ;I
aDd DrIeme. 3-8-8902
at a M.r.n.. ;: L COMPANY'

Pane 10 Telegraph September 14. 1972 .

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inBHIBFMAGIC ,.,)/" '.;: '. V-\.! ..... I DATE "PIECE.A-WEEK" PRICE .

CUP tuify '. ,/ ,:\i'.!fi'."'., ..::. _. ,, "" .1'
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Q. C'QX .
Thin piece will ttert your collection off fine, tuna, .... ::ii ii SALTER t39t '
lucent chin. th Bottom It Ingllth Gordon 1'4 .' .
IN BROOKERMr. A dollcete blue floral rfeilgn bordering the traditional ,!! 't.\ "f n oir.ie::: IIR.:.\I\ J) BI"rnR: t39' c
O. the rim thepo. Jolt put rc on your shopping '. "al. ., ";; ocr. c e y +"
amazing Magi- .. .. IIPb l DINNER>I II.UE,1 39t wl. t / i
Hit lor the lectured ioco-a-Woek." rick : \ e ocr 11 ,
clan, will upno r f
a magic '
how at Brooker School Sat, ploco with 01 >$3.00< purchase,two with $O.OOpurchoie. ..'. \ :_:!/ -S/ /'I /7/ oct ocr. Ira e FRl'Ir1)ISII) .;9C rPrc Fla,,, y'' 1
Sept. 16, The drat show will >tc. Then follow our tchodulo. No limit I IMM .4'9 /l/ y ;
begin at 3 p.mt and the second ;
at 7 p.m. Each: show will
last 90 man Admission: students v Thit 14 IHHU eworrhtr.00I SAV E 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STARhEi ? I

for all., SOC Sponsored; adults by$1.50.Brooker Fun : wyr 3sss'I'$ I :. wTj,, ; _j', ;+ yantity Rights;

Volunteer Fir DepUFIRST I 16 ioq '- e oeN 'e>uerve
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PTA MEETING Utl tHItl 1 COUPON to Mil "''h1, .' CDRYgLGNT v i9y1, r
The first meeting of the :
Brooker Elementary School 14 N U MM >o
PTA for the 1972-73 school I / \TAacouponwonhtp,00i/ < + L e .
term is scheduled for Tuesday TOWELS
evening, Sept. 19, at 7:30: COFFEE T2.OOAM;, I '" A U t
p.m. at the school All parents POT *499 Vs ,a.lr, ,
are urged to attend this --- .m .a:..: \
meeting to meetyour children's limit 4 rolli with $7.SO or more purcha H
teachers. Plane for the Halloween ....
Carnival will also. be dis 1 .eluding clgar.tt.t ,:". b yTM
cussed L1

Brooker Elementary ; SEPT. 14 \r1x\
Safety: Patrol 1 has been appointed /
for the first term of the ,WED.tiSEPT.. 20 F C 33'' *
new school year. The patrol BEEF PEOP 1 t
consists of the following members : /
Angle Andrews, Eterlene V. y r *i __
Molt Sandy\ Douglas, Connie
Dyal, Sheri Green Stacy ROLLS
Hayes Doreen Jakab, Kay #> ".I/.;' _
Prescott and Sharon Tet- 1
stone All newly appointed patrol ,
members are In the 6th I
grade. The Patrol elected Efer- SAVE Jit ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING SAVE 21c ASTOR All PURPOSE '

lene Mrs.Mott Marshall daughter Mott of of Mr.Brooker and- ,k, ; Crisco 3 CAN IB 68C Shortening 3 48SAVE I

as their captain. The. Patrol '
will be sponsored and advised A'I I ': Limit one Crisco or Astor shortening with $7.50 or more purchase .xclv...Una.. cigarette
this year by Mrs. Jackson / ,' r SAV!! 33c STAR KIST CHUNK LIGHT SAVE 29. BLUE! BAY :*:>:
and Miss Hill. r ro2t ,A a <, 6'/0'01. $ I00 .' 4<10i. I:
: a Tuna 3 Tuna .3' flftc
,A d e. CANS I *:; CANS
group of Young Choir members / \/ Limit 3 Star-Kilt or Blue Boy Tuna with $7.SOor more purchase) .excluding. cigarette{ *
armmTTArVlf -,"
from the Brooker BaptistChurch p 41i SAVE! 47c ASTOR FRUIT DIXIE DARLING FAMILYr ''
enjoyed a' 10-day stay i t/. *
+ Cocktail. 5 )100 Bread e.4
at Harmony Bay Youth Music k CANS FOR SSC
at Panama .
Camp City; Aug. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE ".
14-23. Those attending were: "i SAVE lie PIllSBURY KRAFT v

Robin,Williams Wanda Raborn, Sandra, Cherie Edwards BOTTOM ROUND ROAST OR ROUND Flour e e e e 5 -BAG 48c B-B-Q Sauce :T35c
Hinton, Larle Temple, Jimmy 18 .; .
Outlaw c, and Brenda Bass. $ 4 SAVE 9c SOUTHERN BISCUIT. / BATH SIZE

.PERSONALS BONELESS a Flour 5 BAG 28C Dial Soap .p S PARS $1,00 1SAVE
Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Wiggins Ron
and Mark, attended the wedding "t. 3201. 38C Saltines :
of Mrs. Lawrence Wlggln's Mayonnaise JAR oX24c
granddaughter, Charla Joyce i .:;
Wiggins, to, William B. Gamble LB.
ni In Charleston, S. C. Coffee 1.IB. 48C .
on Saturday, Aug. 19. .1 Paper :::1; 68C
They came through Blue limit 1 with$7. o. more ewrchaie end.elf"- .; ;
on their return.trip and spent ., '7'01.
Delmonico Steaks $189 Peas 19c
two days In themounlalns,stop -. ;L. . CAN Toothpaste <; TUBE78c
ping at places of Interest.Mr. .

and daughter,of Newport News\ \Rib ." $128 C : ..c. r.19C Lemon JuiceBOTTLE
Roast WK
Va., along with 4Mrs.LouiaoPlaster I .. ., .I.: : :'.' '.' } Orn"Ii.\t-\i..etC" ;; N', 58"r.
.of.Jacksonville "'visited '" r L. 1 < :, .* ".. ;m.: ,- .....:., -.. j-, .. "... ;tl: \' :\ .,, :

1 Susan Mrs.Parrish Iva Douglas celebrated recently.her Beef PKa $199 T e'et 2 12... $100 1 .tI'J $1
3 ))00
8th birthday Aug. 23 with a . r . CANS Helpers g ?*.
skating in Lake Butler *

given Parrish.by hewother... Mrs. Sue Picnics LB.59c Beets 6 160c. 9))00 InsI. Coffee: ;: 100. $129SPARKY )

Pam WlUlngham celebrated' CANS ...:.:.,... JAR
her 3rd birthday with a party SAVE 40c HORMEL KRAFT FRENCH .. "

by given lingham her at mother, assisted her home.Mn.by Aug.Guy Mrs.Wil-VI-23, Canned Hams . 3 CAN $339 Charcoal 20 88C Dressing ;:g;>-- 88


Mrs.Congratulations Don McDavid to on Mr.the birth and Rump Roast 0 LB. $139 Grape Juice D ;;.39C Ketchup .---:,1BOTTLE;:' 28c

on Aug. 24.' Don has two sisters lB. .
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1 : By Martha Sue McCain

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If the fcmlly sate at different -
City Zoning Needs Attention times---or a child has to
be left to eat breakfast alone. $ ,j t rf .1.1yt
Plan breakfast ahead of time

More than a month has passed an effective: Zoning Board, another to make sure that everyonegets
mobile home moved onto lot the foods he needs to
since: the chairman: of the City Zoning was a start the day.
Board (or Board of Adjustment as It on Water Street this week althoughthe Eggs can be hard cooked and
Is officially named) resigned and two matter was still under consideration bacon prepared early and left

other members also resigned, leavingthe by the Council: which had asked for latecomers or cooked cereal
board with only -two members, the lot owner to present proof froma kept hot until eaten.
that he had the approvalof Keep on hand foods that are a
and powerless to act In the mobile surveyor
to eat little
ready or require
home controversies' that are now aris- a sufficient: number of property preparation. Many fruits Juices -

ing In the City.Members owners In the area. and cereals for Instance, ;the M
can be served directly from
of the Council wereaskedto The County Zoning Board is operating the container in which they

Rive': the matter, of the vacanciessome efficiently and will hold a public: are bought.
With foods ready at hand,
thought and come up with recom- hearing on September 26 on a pro- family members can serve
mendations of new members for the. posal to rezone a large tract: of land themselves.If .

board so it can be reorganized and west of the city limits, lying between every minute counts you

swing Into action again. But so far, Edwards Loop and State Road 100, can prepare a good breakfastIn
no such recommendations have been for mobile homes. But the City Zoning Just a few minutes, if you

made and no steps have been takento Board is in a shambles and can holdno use do a of little today's planning convenience and make

revitalize the board. such hearings until it is reorgan< foods. Here are some foods

ized. that can quickly be made ready

If ever a strong and active zoning to serve.
board were needed in the City, that Now that the city election is over Canned, frozen, or fresh cit-
and the Council can return to "business rus Juice. Mix frozen Juice
time Is now when the growth of the ahead of time squeeze fresh
community is giving rise to problems as usual" perhaps it will give this Juice the night before. Store

of many l kinds. Due to the lack of matter the attention it deserves. Juice cold and covered for best

Ready-to-eat cereals, which
I are available In a wide varietyto With 'Foot Washing'
Second Round Coming UpAs please any appetite, and Instant -
and quick-cooking( ce-

might have been predicted by of controversy arose the argumentswere reals. Annual
Sausage! or ham bought pre- This WeekendAt
the interest shown in the pre-primary based on issues and not on cooked; leftover monte. It takes Meeting

rallies Bradford County came through personalities of the candidates in- only a few minutes to heat :.

Tuesday with a turn-out at the polls volved. these through for serving. 136-Year-Old Church ,

which: was' better than most Florida INSTANTHOT BEVERAGES.
Counties. And now that the First Primaryis Partially baked hot breads
voters should remember that canned oven-readyblscuits.Or, Union Primitive Baptist usual "dinner on the grounds." churches in this area. Among Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norman.
over If you have a few more min Church, established In 1836 This ancient and Impressive them will be Rev. B.H. Itawls She also attended school there
Bradford has always taken its politics the Job Is only half done until they utes to spend the prepared mix will hold Its annual meeting ceremony, wherein members of Hlah Springs who was pas- for two terms around 1900 when
seriously, and this was demon- return to the polls on October 3. Brad- es for muffins, biscuits corn- this Friday Saturday, and Sunday bathe each others feet Is based tor of the church for around the church was also used as a
strated again at this year's rallies. ford County has an Important numberof bread, and pancakes can be used Sept. IS, 16, 17, at its location on Scripture and signifies 30 years. Thr present pastor temporary.school house.
Although some Florida counties have races that were not decided on to add variety.If near the north end of humbleness and service one's is Rev. Donald Hazen of

discontinued the traditional rallies because September 12, and the interest of voters every penny counts, break- Morgan Road (SR233)) In the fellow man. Jacksonville. Originally; the'church was a
fast can: be Inexpensive and Hellbronn Springs section of The three-day meeting will Dinner will be served on the
of lack of interest, and poor should remain just as keen In still furnish Its share or taw Bradford County.As ; start with the annual church grounds on both preaching days, log house located "across thepond"
turnouts all of those..staged in Brad- the Second Primary as it was in the day's food. For instance- conference at 11 a.m. Friday. Saturday and Sunday. from Its present It site.
ford this fall were ,well attended and First. Milk comes in many forms, has been Its custom every Services will be resumed at Mrs. Jake Sapp of Starke, The acre of ground where"old now
Indicate that voters here still wantto with a wide range.In price. year during Its 136- ear history the same time Saturday and who at 84 is one of the oldest stands was donated" by hundred man
Dink Green perhaps a
We proud of Bradford Coun- Evaporated milk, skim milk the traditional"foot washmg" Sunday mornings with preach- members of the church, remembers ,
see and hear tJ) lr. candidates in years ago, although the exact
and buttermilk are generallyless ceremony will be held ing by visiting ministers from attending services
person. The Bradford -County Democratic -, ty's voting record in recent years, expensive than fluid whole Sunday afternoon, following the the 11 "hardshell Baptist" there with her parents the late date Is not) ,known.
Executive Committee is to be when 70 per cent or more of those milk. And nonfat dry milk Is

commended for giving them this op- qualified turned out at the polls here, an especially good buy becauseof
portunity.Also while at the same time other sections its low cost.Wholegrain.
of the State were voting only 50 percent and enriched cereals -
--particularly the kinds VET NEWSAn
to be commended are the or less. .you cook yourself are bargains -

candidates: for the various offices who""I LA in food value. Make them lwl

conducted themselves' a gentlemanly'manner the main part of breakfast of- application for nonmedical

with little 'ot the old-time We hope this record is maintained ten.Snell National Service Life Insurance 1 N leaMY
mud slinging tactics that have marred or bettered in the Second Primaryon 1 color doesn't affect the (RH) has been released i
.. .. .. ...
by the Veterans Administration "
some political gatherings In.thepasUr: October u; 3. This .is,no, time.,for a .. ." 'food value you; get from eggs ""Jt -
10 buy the less expenslve'ones.Another In a new VA Form 29-1301,
Even in the races where some degree !let up dated Marsh 1972 WHAT DO YOU SEE?'
I .#." way to save is to choose :: accordingto :
':-:. lower grade eggs when they W. B. Mackall! director of
are satisfactory for the use the Florida Division of Vet- Dear Mr. Matthews:
you want to make of them. erans Affairs.
Crade-A eggs for Instance Tho new form provides thata Will YO 'JJ lease print this
are best for cooking in the veteran may furnish a state letter for me. in your,pa per?
shell, frying, and poaching. ment concerning his medical' May I (irA 'Say my reason
Grade-B eggs are all right well-being, Mackall says, payIng a for writing\ this letter is because -
for scrambling, for omelets, particular attention to that I love Starke and am
and other cooking and hakUig.: part of the application which concerned as a citizen:
Fresh fruits usually are good Includes the following: "State- We all amnti tourists to stop
buys when they are In season ments made by the applicantin and visit--In Starke, yet we do
locally. At other times of the this application are relied little or nothing to encourageIt.
year check cost of a serving upon In grontlig' the Insurance. LooK at our parks, our
of fruit prepared In different Consequently any deception on highways, some business places
ways-fresh, frozen, canned, knowingly false statement either and public school grounds.
dried or as juice.Beacb'toeat by Inference or otherwisemay They are left to grow up .in
foods and those result In cancellation of underbrush and debris.
partially prepared when you the Insurance or In the refusal Shall we tell our relativesand
rati buy them often cost more than to pay a claim." friends .who come from
the same Items made at home. other states to visit us that
Partially baked hot breads The law provides that who- we neither have the equipmentor
canned oven-ready blsculte. ever makes any statement ofa the know how? If the parties -
Or, if you have a few more material fact knowing It to responsible for these Jobs
minutes to spend, the prepared be false shall be punished bya read this letter I hope they
mixes for muffins, biscuits, fine or Imprisonment or both will get busy for Starke's
cornbread, and pancakes can Mackall saYI.Veterans sake.
be used to add variety.Savings ; Get In your cars and ride
should be alertedto around, citizens. '
w the danger that If false Information Oldest Voter In City Election What do ;you see? ,
Is Included on the -Mrs. Frank Wolfred, Jr.

Bond form It may result In a refusal Oldest voter In the City; E- eight years, starting in 1932, 1240 Blandlng St.
..rffi9t1&af of a future claim for lection Tuesday was 95yearold was chairman of the board for
Sales ActiveIn waiver of premiums, or In the L. L. Conner, who says several terms.
Dear Mr. Matthews
refusal to pay a claim filed hasn't missed voting In but :
he Due to his advanced age, Mr.
BradfordJuly upon the maturity; of a policy one election since he was 21. Conner was allowed to cast
granted on the basts of the In this small way, I would
Mr. Conner, grandfather of his ballot while sitting In a
like to show respect and
the VA director my
Commissioner of Agriculture car In front of the polling place.
sales of continues. It the veteran Is gratitude to the memory of
savings bonds
Conner served as Brad 96 old
Doyle He will be years on
totaled $11,553: : In July, accordIng living when the falsification Is ford County; Commissioner for December 17. Dr. A. J. Barry who recently
: to S, L, Peek, Jr., volunteer discovered a charge of fraud passed away. He unselfishly
county savings bonds may be brought If the Veterans devoted his life to serving the
chairman. He added that the Administration concludes the people of his community.; His

county achieved 61 per cent falsification was deliberate, New Draft A Mows quiet, gentle, and sympathetic
of Its 1972 goal by the end Mackall states Policy manner endeared him to all
of July.The who knew him. As one of his
chairman said that many VA will cancel Insurance Enlistment In Guard ReservesThe nurses who worked with him
Florida residents are taking based on a fraudulent application said: "There will never be
advantage of the exchange privilege regardless of how long another like him."
of Series E, Bonds and the Insurance has been In force.In Selective Service System The new policy requires that Sincerely,
:!: Freedom Shares Into Series H such Instances the Veterans recently effected a major polIcy men complete enlistment orappotatmaat Thelma V. Thornton
Bonds which provide Administration will retain change that permits men processing In the
Vievot At Final Political current
Star he
Rally" Income over a ten-year per- two years premiums with the scheduled for Induction to enlist Guard Reserves, or Regular Drivers
iod. balance refunded to the vet- or be appointed In the National forces at least ten days prior UrgedTo
Florida residents purchased eran. Guard or Reserves after to their scheduled Induction Watch
$10.7 million of Series E and For further Information, interested receipt of their Induction dates. All registrants are given
: H bonds during July an Increase veterans may contact orders 30 days notice of Induction, so For School BusesSchool
.:"- of $491,863 over the their local county veteran ser The regulation cha.igo also! men who receive their orders
e: same month In 1971. .The State vice office any office of the permits men who receive Induction now have 20 days to complete buses, missing from
reached 74 per cent of its VA, or write Mackall at Post orders: to Join regular their enlistments or appoint the State's highways during the
annual sales goal on July 31. Office Box 1437, St. Peters braucho:: of the armed Forces ments. summer months are rolling again -
The Bradford County : burg Fla. 33731. for a minimum of two years and the Florida Highway
active duty; If such programs Patrol has appealed to driv-
TELEGRAPH are offered. Men who receive Induction ers to be alert for the most

ESTABLISHED 1579 ::: .5 ce..I Interior Decorating Clan As a result of discussions orders Guard or and the desire Reserve to enter must the precious children. of. cargoes school

t"' To Be Offered LCCCA between! the Department of Defense their
-r._ BiWe By and Selective Service, the locate unit vacancies on Florida's traffic laws require -
own, advises W. B. Mackall motorists in both lanes
new policy Is expected to stimulate
j Division of
director of a two-lane
short-course in Interior During the 10-week period, recruiting for the National highway or aU
FLOR I DA P RESSASSOCIATION Decorating will begin Septem- specialists In furniture refinishing Guard and the Reserve forces. of Veterans that Affairs.their They lane lanes of an undivided four-
Therefore being justified should request enlistments highway to stop for school
ber 20 at Lake City Community upholstery and con- The Guard and Reserve are
: by faith we have .peace with College and will run for struction of draperies will give currently estimated to be 40,000 or appointment,) be buses when the flashing red
God through our Lord Jesus 10 weeks. Class will be held demonstrations.Under men below their authorized. l expedited In order to meet the light goes on and the red need
/ -- \ ) Christ.-(Romans 5. I.) on Wednesday evenings from the Instruction of Mrs strength.The ten day requirement. Enlistments In the- not sign Is> raised. Drivers
appointments stop when
or meeting stopped
8:30 to 9:30
: : p.m. Edith Eslng registration for
How can a man ever be! at only option open to men Guard or Reserves require at school bus on the opposik side
peace with himself until heE.L. the class should be LCCC made by who had received Induction orders least four months of active of a dlvldec1'l'oadway separated -

MATTHEW.S; Edit.r.Publish.r first has peAce with God. and The offering Is an Introduc- September Office.13 at the A $::1 fee Registrar's will In past months was to duty for training, and the bal by an unpaved space of
Published .och Thursday; and entered a* Second .loves Him and trusts in Him? tion to concepts of furnishing be charged. Join one of the regular branches ance of six:years participating at least. five'tee; or a physical
Clan Mott.r at the Past l Offic at Stark, Florida The Way Is through f.lth- a new home or redecoratingan For additional information of the service for at least In the Ready Reserve. Such harrier
und.r Act of March 3rd, 1879. through Our Lord Jesus older home. It Includes instruction call Mrs. Dale Perkins coordinator -. three years' active duty.; No enlistments or appointments do "The big yellow school bus
In coordination, Guard or Reserve enlistment not reduce' the obligation of es with their cargoes should
Subscription in trod ora: 1 yar $6.00; Out*id* Christ. Blessed Savior who of Continuing Education be
planning furniture or appointments author- Selective Service to provide treated with the
styles; dra- were greatest
trad area: 1 $7.00 died for us. Faith Is the answer Lake City Community;
year pery fabric, carpet selection ized after the mailing of Induction requested number .>( Inductees of cars by all drivers on our
: it Is forever the answer. and accessories. lege, 752-1822: extension 244. orders. to the Army, Mackall said. highways," says the FH P.

Pate 12 Telegraph; September 14. 1971 .

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I* L" t\f'\ lii"J 1ST 1 ;<.1.,1", \, >,''<,, ,., mil there's town a power shortage in TALLAHASSEE The teak'son 2 i February 25 while the season-

'for where your'lieiture h, theft MID The Federal Power Com- for hunting migratory for woodcock closes on Jan-
} your hud to iko"
mourning dove,snipe woodcockand
mission has announced the uarr : TbedaUytlagforaoJpeIs
FIRST marsh hen has been announced 8 pier the
day. dally bag
BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON BAPTIST areas where shortages are
STARKE CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH MELROSE OF CHRISTAT m11111;;;;;; 1:1:; ;11i1111111tm1i11; ;;;; ; ; ; ;11;; j:1:1:1jj11OBITUARIES::::: likely to occur this summer. Fish by the Commission.Game and FreshWater T. limit for woodcock Is 5 per
Raiford Road & day.
Sunday School 10 a.m.j I MOrnIng Weldon St. Your local utility will advise ys
Schedule of Services Florida sportsmen will again'
Service 11 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
a.m.; Bible Study 10 you via radio, TV and news- have a three phase Mason for
Bible Study a.m.
SUM 6:30 ing Worship Sunday Sunday -
School 9:45 : p.in.; Evening Service 7:30: Evening The season for marsh hen
Morning Worship at 11 a.m. P.m. 7 pjn. Thursday night, 7:30 Morning Worship 11 ajn. Even- papers when there is a voltage hunting mourning dove and birds0'The a '"..(rails and galllnule)opens Sept-
mon by Rev. Michael Collins. Wednesday Prayer and -Charles 'Thomas pastor ing Worship 7 P.m. reduction or brownout. If dally bag limit of 12 mber 2 and continues through

Church Training,. 6:151| Evening Bible Study 7:30 p.m. All other evenlng-8 pjn. Jj1[ :::1j1H1i:1:1jl11:; : :::: 1 1:1jm: 1jm1jjj1j1; 1i1 ;j11 1i11ji you're watching television October first 6 and phase continues season through opens ,-'.," ovember 10 with hunting from"onehalf

Worship 7:30. Melvin Hamel Pastor GRACE BAPTIST when this happens you may November 5. The second hour before sunrise to
Monday--Boll Choir Prac. CHURCH STARKE .CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH notice that the picture will November 11 and phase sunset. Bag limits for rails
tice. 8 pjm. Youth Choir Practice MORGAN ROAD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School !10 am. Morn- J. L. Anderson shrink. November opens 26. The third closes and and gulllnule are as follows:
7; Bell Choir Practice Ing Worship 11. Training Union, 'Clapper; and King rails, 15 per
BI FIRST CHURCH Ing Worship at 11. Training Services Held final dove hunting period opens
We'd like to
8:15.: 6:30. place a reftigerator -
Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- Evening Worship, 7:30.: December 18 and continues through >'>, day, singly or in aggregate
Tuesday-- Music Makers Pastor At Lake and separate freezer ;Sora and Virginia rails 25
Sunday School 10 Morn- ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer Crosby January 8. Hunting will'
Chptrj Young Musicians a.m. Rev. Jim Black, with the singly or In aggregate Florida -
Choir one of rrfitgetatorfreezer ;
Ing Worship at 1U Training Meeting 7:30: --Rev. LeonT. be limited to the hours from
3:30 pun. G. A., 4:15. Odom Jr., pastor. combinations., Arc the 12-noon to sunset. gallinule 15 per day.
Joseph L. (Sam) Anderson
Wednesday-- Family Union 6:30 Evening Service,
Night ; of 8985 Normandy Blvd. Jack- freezers in those models de- The seasons for snipe and .
Supper 8 J Sportsmen are reminded that
pjn. Prayer 7:30. I
EVERGREEN: signed for long time food woodcock one-half hour'1before
R. A. sonville, died Wednesday Sept. the
meeting 6:30; Teachers Wednesday Prayer and HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH sunrise on November 1!.'.' season on Purple galllnule
6 in storage -
and< Offlcers Meeting, 7:15 Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ,former a Jacksonville hospital Snipe bunting continues through .' has been closed and may not
resident A National for
of Standard
Church Starke 'be taken.
Practice Bob
8 p.m. -Rev. Cooper pastor Sunday School 10 a.m,
Worship at 11 Sunday '
a.m. 'he
retired .OJ')
.: wu a automobile these appliances specifics that
Morning Worship U
a.m. Service at 6:30.
night :
mechanic, and was a membor the freezer compartment must
LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL training Worrsshlp897:15 pjn. Wednesday night prayer of the Masonic Or dor, land the
FIRST UNITED METHODIST. Evening p.m. meeting at 7:30. Laryngectomee Association.He maintain temperatures of 8 :''P:
Juice kkMeUpCold
Wednesday Night Prayer Services degrees F below. However
STARVE Sunday School 9:45 Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas had lived in Jacksonville for or ,
Youth; 7:30 pjn. Rev. Merle tor. the most models on the market .' .;'> ?>
Sunday, School 9:45;Morning Morning Worship 11 a.m. Packham past ten years.
Worship, U; Junior and Senior Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship pastor. Surviving are his wife Mrs. will maintain 0 degrees. The drinks made with fruit jutrea are the perfect remedy for
MYF groups 6 pum. 7 P.IO.Tuesday BAYLESS HIGHWAY STARKE CHURCHOF Alma Ruth Anderson: a daughter two compartments are Insulated the hot weather wearies. BOCBUBC fruit juices contain vitaminsand
WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal Prayer Meeting 7:30 BAPTIST CHRIST Mrs. Janet Turner of from each other with natural fruit guitars for qujc) fnergy, they are a wise choicefor
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Bible School 10 Wor- snacks and entertumfn8\
Starke meals
7 Prayer MeetIng
pan. ; a son Joseph Lyle An- controlsand
separate temperature
ship Service 11 '
7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey pastor, Training 6:30: p.m.a.m. Evening Church ship 6 p.m.Services Midweek 11 Service a.m. Wednesday and five derson, Jr.,of San Diego, Calif.; separate outside doors. 1'Six

7:45. Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer. 7 pjn. Ladles Bible sisters Mrs. Paul Ether- When you shop for this ap- packs ot aingle-serving curis" of Juice are convenient "lirltoade"
Rev. George L. Harper Idge Jacksonville Mrs. C. H.
; kits for summer Each canholds Just enough Juice to ener
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Meeting Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church Reid pliance, look for separate con-
Tarpon Springs Mrs. E. no'
drink Waste bulky to refrigerate.
7:30 ; gize a single summer or cans
o CHURCH STARKE p.m.Rev. located one block west on SR trols, adjustable shelves, a
Davis Starke Mina Mayme In six
MADISON STREETBATPJST J.-D. Robinson ; The variety ot juices and nectars available "Llbby's"
CHURCH Father James Cregan, pastor 16. Anderson, Archer; and a bro- signal light or alarm that will pack cans makes summer beverage preparation simple and the
Saturday, aim 7 p.m.Sunday -J.P.H. Bell, minister ther, Claude Anderson,' Jack- warn you when current is off selection Is almost unlimited,

Sunday Sept. 17-- Sunday Mass 10 Holy Day Mass BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH! sonville; eight grandchildren and the type of defrost system -
BROOKER FLA. two great-grandchildren.:
School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship, Confessions Saturday 6 CHURCH that will suit your needs. Serve juices over crushed ice combined with carbonated or
Rev. Jim Temple Sunday Funeral services will be held
at 11; Church Training 6:15: pastor. Also, be sure to get the war- alcoholic beverages and In punchps. Party Creme Cooler a delicious .
WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; pan.School of Belgian: School 10 ajn.Ron Bristol, SundaySchool Worship U a.m.10 a.m.Youth MornIng Ser-- at 3 p.m.in Friday Lake at the graveside ranty in writing before sign blend of peach and aprfeot nectars Is perfect for guests
Evening Worship, 7:30. Grade Superintendent. Training Union, Crosby Cemeterywith ing anything.Is who prefer a, nonalcoholic beverage, And remember frozen
School Sunday 11 vice 6
6:45 Lowell pjn. Evening Worship Rev. Erik T. Johnson of-
MondayYouth Choir 7 p. : Douglas Director Juice cubes keep drinks fresh'Inger.i To make cubes Just pour
a.m. to 12 noon. Worship Services 11 a. 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Grime ficiating. Arrangements were low temperature the most your choice of fruit Juice fruit',drink or nectar into ice cuba
m.Tuesday- Bible Study 10 a. High School -- Sunday 7 m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser- pastor. in charge of Naugel Mortuary important factor in preserving trays and freeze '\' "
vice, 7:30. Lavern Outlaw Jacksonville. n"- :
!1I. music quality of frozen foods "

Wednesday-- Family Night director. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH There are many factors, including
Supper 6:30; Prayer; MeetIng DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Freeman Johns temperature that affect PARTY CRKME COOLER

7:30; Adult Choir Practice BROOKER GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Worship 11 a.m. Evening Services Set the quality of frozen 2 cans ((5 '/j-oz, each) chilled '''{.Kit( ouiu.es liquid from
8:30. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship WILL BAPTIST Worship 7:30 pjn.. Prayer foods. The kind of food being peach nectar ".". r C maraschino cherries

Dentoti Sumrall. pastorST. Services 11 a.m. and 7 Cor. Ash & Chestnut CHURCH, Sunday Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday For ThursdayFreeman stored, packaging materialsand :t cans ((5 Vr-oz. each) chilled ..Iff ounce chilled creme
-Rev. J.C.
p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Saunders pastor apricot nectar soda.
-Rev. Lacy Conway, pastorST. School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, techniques, how the food :.hi'
MARK'S EPISCOPAL 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service Johns 66, of was prepared for freezing Combine all ingredients except,;cremo soda. Whir briefly in
.CHURCH, STARKE 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Wil. CHURCH OF GOD Starke, died Monday. Sept. 11, etc. Temperature is Important blender if desired Pour Into .;ilq1\ MARY'S CATHOLIC an soda and frozen"ft-alt cubes made with additional
Hams, pastor. In a Gainesville hospital after time add creme juice
CHURCH MACCLENNY LAWTEY FLA. an extended Illness. A mtive factor. For instance, peach and apricot nectars Garnish with fresh mint or
Eucharist 8:30
Holy : a.m. Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Schedule of services: Sunday and lifelong resident of Brad- beef stored at a temperatureof maraschino cherries. Yields 8:( >z.l or S (RozI 1.) svrvlngn.Thank'You .
Sundays, and 11 ajn. on 1st and
BRIDGE School 10 Morning Wor-
LONG a.m.
3rd Sundays. Day Mass, 5:30 p.m.CONGREGATIONAL. ford County; he had been em- 10 degrees F will be acceptable .:r
ship at U. Evangelistic Ser-
CHURCH livestock from 6 to 8 months. .',,
11 ployed as a Inspector -
Morning Prayer-- a.m., YPE
Sunday School 10 Morn- vice, 6 pjn. and Prayer
2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays. a.m. Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 with the Florida Depart- But that same cut, stored at
ing Worship 11 Evening
Church School 9:45 HOLINESS a.m. ment of Agriculture for the zero degrees will maintain
.-- : a.m. Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Klght, pas :
EYC 6 Sun- past 24 years. He was a mem-
Sundays. p.m. CHURCH Everyone welcome. tor. high quality for 16.18 months.
Sunday 'School. 9:45 ajn. ber of the Elks and Masonic In general stor-
s days.John Rev. Robert Halsten. pastor) as average
M. Flynn Rector. Morning Worship 11 a.m. GRACE BAPTIST (6HURCH: lodges of Starke. age temperature increases,

Evening Thursday Worship night 7:30 Prayer p.m.Meeting FIRST PRESBYTERIAN HIGHWAY S-1QOA Morn- Arnold Surviving Johns are and his his wife mother Irma storage time is decreased. W. Wish To Express Oui.Sin' <.r. Thanks And Deep
lu a.m. -
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7:30 pjn. Sunday' School 9:45 Sunday Worship School 11 Training Union Mrs. EfOe Johns both of Appreciation For Your Prayer,* And Great Concern During -
CHURCHr_ David Hodges Pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ing Evening Worship; 8. Wed- Starke; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Dr. A. J.Carry's lllnvss.And: Passing Your Exprcson .
Intersection of Highways 16 Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice 7: Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: Pauline Prescott and Mrs. The tx-Cl down 'the block .! Of Love And Kndn! i'Shall Always B. Cherished.]

North!\ ) and 225. Rev. Wayne MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Wednesday 8 p.m.* nesday Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr.,pal- Barbara Ann Opa chick, both lay that the Kit of things
Wells, pastor. ," ,of Jacksonville; three stepsons iit'tl" .r Mr'And: Mrs. Wi"N.'I Batr'" Sr.
,I U< ** M Sunday 9:45 ajnj Sunday 0 > II' B-.tyc 'tor.. hit bran lctiidrenneed'inalh'srwafof 'c ; ..
School' "9:45 Morning :;, # .' '. X*' "'"" ..James J-ee Addlson.JLos An- : \ :.I f. "
Sunday :
; School 11 a.m. Morning Wor-v" i I '. I Dt Clf'
Service at 11. Evening Service, .hip" 8 p.m..TraInlRfl'Union'"* HEILBTtONN BAPTIST-'"' ,...rels..... ;1U(;;,Paul n t.Addleon, ho"of'.rappitca"loliriifai' ,\nlJ, FainilyrNr;':-.4crryr JI.; .
7:30.: Wednesday. Service 7:30 7 p.m. Evening Worship. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. NEW RIVER BAPTIST, -MlamJi.Pewey, Addison., Lake like the logistics for the Normandy -
Butler and 11 invasion.
p.m. 'Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn ; grandchildren
Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser Sunday School, 9:45 mm.
vices. ing Worship 11 a.m. Training

-Rev. Bob Cooper pastor 6:30op.mpEvening Service Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship,
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 7:30.: Midweek Prayer 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser
CHURCH'?"' CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Service 7:30: vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning LATTER DAY SAINTS -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pes- .
Worship U +>s1. Evening tor. .Jim Countryman, pastor
1404 E. Bessent Road

Worship. 7.-J ames. y Shaw of pastor. Family Home'Evening-Mon- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH li98Th .itm ::;.

LAURA BAPTIST day.Primary- Tuesday, 4:30: p.m. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-. :
Sunday School 9'4S a.m.Morning WednesdayRelief I Society 422 N. St. ClaIr.St.,. Starke. ing Worship II am: Evening
Wonhlp"'U' a.m. Evening 7:30.: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday : :
Worship 7:30: p.m. MidweekBi. Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: pjn. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ESAVI1I6S.1
ble Study Wednesday 7:30 p. SundayPrlestl100d.8:30a.m.: Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night, '7p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ll
m.Be Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Eve- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Ing every Monday 7 p.m.
la church Sunday. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. .Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone -
Letter Austin, pastor Jesse D. Branson Branch -Rev. Y. W. Kldd, pastor welcome.
President. ...:


633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- HOSE Gil-fdla I.I* 15oPEN4so(
vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. MONDAY SPECIAL Poala N'1VTIER
Preaching 11 a.m.Training Union SEPT. 18ihAT AVYIYERSARY s-sa TII.VhVfc.KYWKKKIY
qS 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, 59 SPEC.,.1.99 s., 1i
: r.
7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Piir iAnE

;, 4} c. ." ( 4 ? :: -Wlbur Dyess. Pastor Ik

I :'>." .. 1 4i
LADIES lardw.na
PnIIr" (/ '
301 North behind Tastes p' r,,,
Free Drive In. Sunday a Wo.'"..". On,. I2HI1IMEHSAHY MAlal\: SR ATF.HS

.j' ', School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- asp U:au A\ OHM BKASIttit (lnj/laa1
r' vice 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer SALE ft
:. .
11. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes-
.. SAV 6.94
: ':'. c !12.99
.. "
'' =
,. 1'.t.., Olive, pastor E.L.
: Grills associate pastor.
..t "' I' ". ,, BAPTIST AND .No Iron DACKO.N( TN41\1\I:
'., ::;.. ; PINE LEVEL PA\T9
'-" '''"... ? \ fSEAILSOV.S flor.l Prrr.lr
FORROUNDTHECLOCK.. Sunday School 10 a.m.&om- FILLED
t. Rr
fl6..a CLOTH
ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre *r- aHEETSecAyLS PILLOWS rases
: verces Booster Band Young C. 7.-rq.M a., Qd noel..ndWbilCov
People and Prayer Service), B. SALE 1/.5V $ALE. ilHI SALE '
PROTECTION ; 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. A. Full nv 6 99 99c 1d SP 2/war

. J J Midweek Service, Wednesday MUT SALE 1IVGirl" SALE 2.IV
# ;t, c I 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland,

...., i Pastor Lad,
M..y 50 .3 w r /-w.
.. J.
/, 'a'IO"A-' I'"w&nl.
K,, L T 00.5300 SlhlflT$ P.n,:
9:45 Worship
proof against occasional carelessness; and nobody can : ajn. Morning SALE ear JlSALE
10:45 ajn. Evening Service,7:15
a "' w
stand guard over his valuables every hour of every day. That; why p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun 3/l0&3/h3 SALE 81.99 aSALEw

you" should put your valuables and important papers In a Safe day 6:30 p.m. 69, 2/S./RI

Deposit Box where neither thieves nor fire nor.thoughtlessnesscan -JC. Brown, minister

reach them. Cost? Just pennies a day.] KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTISTSunday *.... Bali cur Lnur' tmlmmf
f School 9:30; Training TEE SHIRTS. BRIEFS s1..11.11 p..L Pn Foldnl
vacation and business trips Union 10:15 Worship 'r GAUZEDIAPERS
On carry : ajn.; Morning SHORTSORATHLETIC And ELDER ION ..r..ah
11 ajn. Evening Worship SHIRTS TSHIRTIUg PANTIES

AMERICAN EXPRESS 1!: -i:.:.::....... Wednesday.Rev.7:30: pjn. Prayer.S.C.Meeting Cuthbert 7:30 R.r.3/3.7 3/2 49 as re.rr. FIRM.TIRE d R.aNwa SALE
_._ 1 SALE
o 'I SALE 82.191)x.
TRAVELERS CHEQUES 'i' n '_ ..., ".-.- Interim Pastor 3/2.59 3/l.W 39c pr. OFF

Pro"ptref nd if lost or,tole". Spendable evrywhere. Cost-only ptnny dollar) ; Clri1* / '
ai.. SCHOOL iaw

Cedar cheats used to be con- STRETCHSOCKS SHOES ,, __,, ( PUHCMASE
sidered good protection from a.,. Hl-IIS WALKERS! OF 1C OR MORE
FLORIDA moths. Does that mean cedaris All Color. SALE Kit l>* GET A PARKING

is true that insects avoid SALE 12.97September

I- 'BA.cN'K: : 'Ar SyAR-K'E: : : 1: garments surrounded by 59c1..

cedar, but cedar won't kill

Subsidiary Of Flor=da National Bank Of'Florida, Inc. moths or silverfish. Garments p
must be cleaned and moth

: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. proofed before storing in
cedar bags, chests or closets.

.I .

14, 1972 & 'r"-wr, <4"h ".... 11


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:' tf \; f .! itm l r \ i -- T First Charge Filed Under Communit\

'.-. ". n. .. .. q_ ,__ ... ., New Horse Protection ActA ws

fc ..,
NOTICE *..-:;. ....- MICHAEL H., PARES and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR :Mansfield Texas man has are weighted or designed to \, ..
Bradford County Zoning LAURA PARIS his wife Defendants. TAX DEED the GIVENS WALKER ,
been charged with violating bounce painfully against legs By ELIZABETH ,
t Board has made Application Sec. 194.16 F. S. anti-cruelty provisions of the as the horse moves.

i to the Bradford County zoning NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE IS HEREBY; GIVEN Horse Protection Act of 1970. The charges arose from ..1 'I.. ....
h Board for reclasslflcation" TOi MICHAEL H. PARIS and that Mr. HAL WAR11I.the bolder It Is said to be the first case Inspection conducted at the Wa. ;r;;" .

, of the property described below LAURA PARIS his wife Rout of the following certificateshas filed In Federal court allegIng co Texas show where the win DELL CHAPTER OES Emma Mcl'ay.< Sundayservices tor. The Family Day activitywas

1 from RJ-A to RI-C. 1 1. Box 36-D Starke, Florida filed said certificates fora a criminal violation of regulations ning horse U the Walking A- Dell Chapter OES will hold Sister begin with Sunday a success: and officers

': That portion of property South:, 32091 tax deed to be Issued thereon. under the act sinceIt mateur Stake allegedly wore Its regular meeting tonight Worship and members are very grate.

of Road 100, West of City LImIts You are hereby 'maifled The certificate numbers and became effective last February. knocker boots an Illegal type (Thursday) at 8 o'clock In the School at at IL 9:30.:League Morning at 4 p.m. N1.Tuesdsynight Bible Class.

of Starke and lying within that an action has been years of Issuance the description of leather bell boots with metal Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. 6 Thursday night. Prayer MeetIng
the Edwards Loop Road filed against you and you are of the property, and the The case was filed on behalf projections sewn Inside the All members are asked to be Evening.Service, p.m. Sunday School will con.

100-A) all being In Section 29. required to serve a copy of names In which'wasassessed of the U. S. Department lining. present and on time. New Bethlehem Baptist clude services for Sunday.Regular .
30 and 31, Township 6 South- your written defenses If any, are as follows: of Agriculture In the District An activity, "The Feast of Davis services next Sunday.
Range 22 East. to it on SHAW AND KOPEW Certificate No. 137 Year of Court for Western Texas, alleging Boaldln the horse's trainer, the Five Tables" will be sponsored Church Rev. Leroy pa.-
This change In classification Issuance. 1969.De.crfptlon. Is charged with switching from
SOS Attorneys for Plaintiff that Kenneth Bcaldla of by Dell Chapter: on Sept.
Is subject to a public hearing whose address Is 142 West Call of Property: Mansfield, Texas Cl>mlOteclln approved boots to the Illegal 30 In the RJE cafetorlum. The
,'. to be held on Tuesday September Street P.O. Box 1086 Starke. Lot 8 on Palm of Crystal a horse show on March 26 witha boots just before the perfor public Is Invited. There will Do You Have Unanswered
28 at 7:30 PM In the Lake Homesltes. mance. The horse show management
' Florida 32091 and file the original wearing Illegal boots be a donation.
County; Commission room at with the Clerk of the Name In which assessed to accentuate Its gait. Boots later disqualified the Questions A bout
the Bradford County CourtHouse above-styled Court on or be- First Mortgage Company of are devices that encircle the horse and awarded the blue CHURCH NEWS

at which time all per-' fore September 25, 1972,otherwise Stuart. front legs of Tennessee-Walk- ribbon to the entry ,that had Ebenezer Baptist Church

sons Interested shall be heard a Judgment! may be entered All of said property being In Ing Horses during show por- placed second. Rev. Leroy Davis pester Sun- All CONDITIONING?
for or against the proposal against for the relief the County of Bradford Stateof forma.ices. The charge Is punishable by day School 9:45j,Morning Worship -
as specified In the Zoning Code, demanded In the Complaint Florida. Regulations under the Horse $2,000 l.i fines, six months at 11. Evening Service

of Bradford County. Witness my hand and the Unless such certificate or Protection Act outlaw boots at Imprisonment or both, upon 6:30.: Weekly services begin

I John Torode. Chairman seal of said 'Court on the 21st certificates shall be redeemed performance If the devices conviction. with Bible Class each Tuesday STARKE APPLIANCE' SERVICECan

Bradford County, day of August 1972. according to law the property night, with Rev. Leroy Davis -
Zoning Board GILBERT S. BROWN described In such certificateor teaching. Prayer Meeting Provide You {With Complete Information

9/14 2t 9/21 AS CLERK OF SAID COURT certificates will be sold to Roses Should RespondWell each Thursday night. All mem- IJ
the highest bidder at the courthouse friends Invitedto On All Types Of Cooling
.. .. -. By Beulah M Moody Depuy bers and are
Clerk door on the first Monday To Cooler WeatherAlthough attend all services.
IN THE COURT OF THE 8244U914IN In Month of October 1972, CENTRAL OR WINDOW
COUNTY JUDGE, BRADFORD which Is the 2nd day of October September be deep they will'n not bloom sat Greater Allen Chapel AME

! COUNTY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE 1972. may isfactorily. Gerbera Daisies In Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins UNITS .
CIRCUIT COURT OF this 16th of Au very warm some plants begin
THE Dated day
their the southern half of the state pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.
to at best
In re Estate, of ANDREW THC EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT au'fu'lil'' the perform Florida Nurserymen; says and will flower during the winter Morning Worship at 11. Choir FOR COMPLETE AIS CONDITIONINC'SERVICE
JACKSON BARRY, Deceased. FLORIDA IN AND FOR s. BROWNBy Union will be held at 3
months, If fertilized and watered p.m. INSTALLATION
Association One of
Growers INITIAL ,
To All Creditors and Persons .BRADFORD properly. You should water : In Macclenny. Evening Service
these Is the rose bush.As the
Having Claims or Demands I- Clerk of Circuit Court of weather cools off especiallythe the plants about once a 5:30.: TO FULL SERVICE YOU CAN DEPENDON

Against Said Estate: RE The Marriage of ETHEL Bradford County, Florida nights the size of yourro.a week In the southern partof IN FUTURE YEARS,CALL,964- 363
You and each of you are. VERNELL GOODMAN Wife and 9/7 4t 9/28 bush. As the weather the state and fertilize lightly The fourth and last Quarterly -
hereby notified and required C.GOODMAN Husband Conference will be held Sun-
HOMER with a chemical fertilizeronce
to presont any, claims and demands NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTYTO NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe the cools size off of especially the flowers nights a month. Old flowers day Sept. 24. with Rev. C. E. Fair Prices And Quality Work

which you, or either of. : HOMER C. GOODMAN I Richard your rose should be picked to help promote Toston In charge All chairmen
It known that will begin to Increase If you
the ;
have against of boards asked to Are Our Pride
you Address Unknown new ones.Although are
of State
( Secretary and
Dlclt)Stan an fertilizing as
estate of ANDREW JACKSON YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a the northern part have a written report.Greater
BARRY deceased late of said Petition for Dissolution Marriage of the State notice of that Florida.here a .GENERAL; you should and applying should haven the of the state goes Into a semi- PERSONNEL TRAINED TO SERVICE ALL MAKES;
by give ,
proper sprays you
County to the County: Judgeof Freewill Baptist .
has been filed agalnstyou ELECTION will be held In Bradford abundance of flowers. winter dormance some plants .- .
Alachua. County, Florida at, and there Is a demand In the Petition State of Florida Roses will do quite well If protected Church Rev. Jasper Williams
his office In the court house that the Court award that County, are subject to a number Fansles are one of these. pastor. Monday night. Choir .
Tuesday next succeeding the of diseases but the STARKE FLA.EveryDayLowPrice lr(1( :
on most BROWNLEE
of said at Gainesville. 323 li?
county certain property; owned by'OU In A. They can survive low temperatures No. 3 and Ushers Board No.
first Monday November common one 1s black spot which
Florida within six calendar:. ETHEL VER 2 will meet. Tuesday night.
and your and will produce
D. 1972 the Tuesday being be controlled
can easily with
months from the of time notice.of the. NELL GOODMAN as tenants the SEVENTH day of NOVEM- the nw Beiuate. This Is a systemic blossoms. So If you live In Senior Choir rehearsal. Wednesday _...r.m.; ........,....". ....,
first publication this by the entirety located at BER to fill the following offices North Florida plan to havea night Prayer Meeting.
Each claim or demand shall Starke. Bradford County, fungicide which controls bed of males for color dur- Thursday night the Ladles Circle -
be In writing and shall state Florida and more particularly : In Congressfor both black spot and mildew. ing the winter months will meet at the home of
the place of residence and post described as: Representative Although It Is expensive( It
the Second Congressional Is well worth the price. Roses -
office address of the claimant North half of NorthwestQuar-
and shall be sworn to by the ter of SoutI1ea.tQ..rterNl/2. District. should be fertilized every v
One ((1)) Commissioner Florida
his two weeks with a good rose
claimant Ms agent attor of NW 1/4) of Section
Public Service
fey and any, such claim or 3. Township 6 South Range fertilizer. The need for a

demand not so filed shall be 21 East lying West of State State Attorney. rose fer'd11xerfstwofold.First EveryPayLowPricc]
void. Road No. 225 and containing usually Is alkaline In nature

Attorneys: Dell. Graham 13 acres, more or less Public Defender. and has a tendency to sweeten FLORIDA GRADE 'A'
State Senators for the following P,
the soft Roses do need a
Wlilcox: Barber Rappeneck.r.Ryals to wife, ETHEL, VERNE a11trYREGULAR
lour Senatorial Districts: 5, pH of about 6.5. Secondly a GRINDPride
Henderson, P. A. P.O. GOODMAN as a lump FAIR

Drawer J, Gainesville, Florida sum as alimony and you are 8.Members of the State House good rose fertilizer will con- FRESHFRYERS OR ELECTRIC PERK
tain certain trace elements necessary -
32601. of
required to serve a copy
Martha Jean Barry As Executrix your written defenses, If any of Representatives for the following for good growth. It
House District 25.
of the Last Will and to the Petition on the Petition : would be advisable,to have your SUPERMARKETS.STARK
Clerk Circuit Court. COFFEELB
Testament of Andrew Jackson o' er's attorneys, SHAW ANDKO- soil checked. Take several E'S
Barry deceased PELOUSOSL, whose address Is samples from your rose bed .
Tax Assessor. and have them checked by your 320 S. WALNUT ST.
First publication September' 142 West Call Street Starke
Tax Collector.
14 9/14 1972.4t 11X5( Florida 32091 on or beforeSeptember Superintendent of Schools local supply nurseryman store, or take or them garden to c "
) 25, 1972. and file the .
of Elections 33
Supervisor 59' .
: of- .
local County Agenf
your "" .
with the Clerk of this .
original WHOLE ur.lolnii. .
-- Board of County Commissioners flee LB a .. .. .. .. '
Court either before service on.p.UUoner' Districts 1 l" 3, 5. 2 PEN SAG BAG
Now Is excellent time to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,. attorney. or Immediately Members of the School Board ..o'r pus/F, h/riS''
dig and divide the prbera dais ...
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT thereafter otherwise U S 0 FOOD STAMPcouPous
Districts 3, 4. ies. This plant will produce
OF FLORIDA AND a debult will be entered against have
r Jbt, Testimony flowers throughout the winter
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. for the relief demanded Mated andl
:you hereunto set my & .In the, southern half ,of the .
; .
In the Petition' BOPlELESS'Eel
1425 ; >
1fimdhi. "Great Seal of:the 'state In the northern part they EVERYDAY I 1 u. s. NO. r-s
This notice shall be
State of at Tallahassee !
ELLEN GREEN TISDALE.[ :, ed once each week for four(4)) the Capital, this the may go dormant. When resetting SIL IDwI
1 1
gerberas do not place
Plaintiffvs- ELSIE GRttN'HENDIUE'IH. consecutive weeks In the Bedford IHHMr WHITESLICED
Thirtieth of August A.
day the crown below the soil lev.1. /
OSCAR GREEN County Telegraph. :
ESTHER GREEN }YILLIAMS'AUGUSTA 194ted this 21 day of August (D.SEAL, 1972.) If you do plant them too STEAKS STEAK .POTATOES



COLE, and M\Jn'j, OF THE CIRCUIT COthIT 9/7 4t 9/28 Smokey Says: -'

GREEN GRAY Defendants. {!3 By: Betty Edwards Deputy; -- tL


.THE NAME OF Sec. 194J6 F. S. ; LB LOOSE
OF FLORIDA! TO< Texx.a IT! _

GREEN ESTHER GREEN? hereby notified and required to holder of the following certificates 1/4

WILLIAMS, AUGUSTA GREEN present claims and demands has filed said certificates
RUTH MAE COLEY JOHN: which you or any of you have for a tax deed to be Issued PORKLOINCHOPS
COLE; ARTHUR COLE add against the Estate of HARRIET thereon. The certificate Tj w1ii1iJ

MARY GREEN CRAY. Ifallvfc, JOAN MILLER, deceased late number and years of Issuance.
of Bradford County: Florida the description of the property,
dead to his her
If or
or up-
known heirs, and all other persons within six (6) months from the and the names In which It was y : C : &kJ _
date of the first publication assessed are as follows:
claiming by,
or parties _
this notice to the County Certificate No. 105, Year of r _
through under or against them
Judge's Court for Bradford
AND TO All parties or persons $ Issuance 1970.Description. Mott's '
having claiming any County, Florida. Each claim of Property I Lot KING SIZE

right title or Interest In and must be In writing and must US', Sq In SW Cor of SWl/4 ErrRr lArIOwIRiiE CHUCK_ .
to the following-described! nil state the; place' of resftfeoce: of NW J/4 of SWl/4. Sec. 10.7- APPLESAUCE \ "
situated In Bradford"" and >post office address of the Drown campfire.then feel I fm"i"i DRIVE
property 22.Nam.
County, Florida l. ,and being more claimant and must be sworn toby In which assessed Ray- .the*to be sure! STEAK i [iwnwfrj/

particularly described as fojInwi -- the claimant or his agentor mon Hall.
attorney or the same will All of said property belncr I LAUNDRY DETERGENT''

'Fait three-fourths of the North be void according to law In the County of Bradford,State. LEGAL
half of the Southeast Quarter
N.A. Unless such certificate or <"
of Northwest Quarter 02 i "
Byi James R. Tlllman Jr. certificates shall be redeemed 9"geJAR
1/4) AND the Southiai,,i Its Vice President and Trust according to law the property OF FLORIDA AND LB i ONLY..
Quarter'. Southeast Quarter Officer As Executor of the described In such certificateor ..
Estate of HARRIET JOAN MILLER certificates will be sold COUNTY.
of Northwest Quarter 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NW V4); ] deceased. to the highest bidder at the L G. mIL and MALLIE
EDWARD M. JACKSON court house door on the first
containing 25 acres, more Dr
lets, EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING Post Office Box 127 Monday In Month of October mIL Ms wife SUMPTEII Plaintiffs.-
Cocoa Florida 32922 1972, which Is the 2nd day of RAYMOND K. and
any part thereof lylngwlfjn- BILLIE 1.. SUMPTER Ms wife. Gold.n Rip. WESTERN GROUND
In road right of way. } Attorney ; rExecutor.824.4t914 October 1972.
Dated this llth day of August
are notified that a suit to partition PROPERTY
the above-described property -..., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Beulah S.M. Moody D.C. TO RAYMOND K. SUMPTER

has been filed against FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Clerk of Circuit Court of and BILLIE L. SUMPTER, Mswife.
:you and :you are required to .. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. Bradford Florida Address Unknown.
County .
serve a copy: of your answer?, FORD COUNTY- CIVIL ACT- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an "l. ;.' REGULAR OR GIO!
to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs -*y ICN. CASE NO.-. :-. 9/7 4t 9/28 action to foreclose a mortgage COMPARE :.; .PICCADILLY BurrlRMILK ( g 24. I1tJ!

attorney EUGENE; Fi INREi The Marriage DORoTHY on lbsBradford following property In .. BEEF i1I
Miracle .. 59
SHAW, SIAWXNDKOPELOVSOS ANN TRAVIS, Wife AND NOTICE County.Florida s Whip 't.- II Of CIRCLES Giant 1 12tb.Strawberry .

P.O. filet lost. Stark*. C.H. TRAVIS, Husband MR. CHARLES H. GINGRICH Lot three QBlock> B.' Preserves ..," '::."
Florida and the original DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE has made Application' to the Blinding Sub-Division accord. 499t I lmll1 1

In the office of the Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT ,Bradford County Zoning Board ing to plat of same appearing Sunaid! Grape Jelly >N ,.. IrwranlE PIZZA i BREAD
of the for reclassification of the
Circuit Court on or be- r TOj C.H. TRAVIS pro. In the Public Records of Brad
fon September Knottier--:- % 210 MaID Street perty described below from ford County, Florida has been Sunaid Apple Jelly u N' 39c 1 / I

wise Omptalnt the win allegations h., taken ol Qie YOU ARE.L New HEREBY Jersey NOTIFIED &Open: Service.Rural to BR-RetaU Sales filed against you and :you are Suave Shampoo c.:.:: : : :.:.:;:'.. 2/$1/ i
a.OO9- required to
fOIled.ThIa. that an action for dissolut Beg. at SE: Car oiSWl/4opti S Eq.FaiaRlm your written serve defenses a ,copy if any of Suave Hair Spray _...:.:", ::.... 49c 1 10oz 39. 1 4/9 9c

notice shall be pubUaMcIl tan of marriage has been filed South to It on JOHN KOPELOUSO& ....
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once each 78.8 Ft SWLY Hair Spray %; :: 49c i i
week for four tt> against:you and:you are required Plaintiffs attorney whose ad- -.u n .
consecutive! weeks in the Brad- to serve copy. yourwrit- Along W RW OF Hwy 200 138 dress Is 142 West
Call -
Street -- -- -- -- -
ford Corny; yi*. na tIfd tan defenses, it any! to It on Fewest 4M Ft North 640 Starke. Florida 82091. on ,
or \ EwcryDayLowPrk* EveryDayiowPrfce EverybayLowPrke
Ft. East 577 Ft to West RW
ART ELZIE S. SANDERAttorasy before October
l2.1972.andme e
BROWN mi 1 0
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S. of Hwy 200. Swly Along Rd51IU
for Petitioner, whose addressIs the original with the Clerk of CALO SCOTT pantry
OF"THE CIRCUIT COURT OS West Call Street Stark*. Ft to a Pt 78.8 Ft South Court I 1 ,
this either
Bradford County: Florida .. Florida, and file the original of Point of Beg Ex RW. on Plaintiffs before attorney service I JIM DANDY I CARNATION INSTANT CAT FOODrumw' TOWELS PrideMOUTHWASH

Net Beulah II.; I 4P:4YfwI4 : '', with the Clerk of the above- This change In classification !Immediately: thereafter otherwise or IQUICK GRITS I BRIAKfAST I U* KIONI u'*M iIBl: .

styled Court on or before Sep. Is subject to a public hearing a default will ton. entered I S LB BALE 1 I e PAK.AU.FLAVORS 1 Vn < ON
'c" tember 28. 1972 otherwise a to to held on Tuesday Sept. 7.... CTN.
apt st you for the relief demanded RM f M COWM* 28 at 7:30 PM la the County I I -00Wr0..10MM/'. |
r rIN tgmmnt be entered against M. TONI THAWMTT. : ,. 3/29<
in the 04 0 110011 '
you for the relief demanded Commission room at the Bradford petition complaint or 1 ......n.MMT-I. UW*. % ........mi UMT./SOWN. f

THE CIRCUIT COURT O/ t r; la the Petition for Dissolution County; Court House at WITNESS my hand and the asa..ea.no 48_____ _
which time all Interested
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRi.yt of Marriage.WITNESS. persons seal of this Court on this 29th

CUT OF FLORIDA IN ANDX?''I 1 my band and the snail be beard for or day of August LeeryO.TLoa/Rk./ 1."hyLPrb. 1."D.Prlce. ( lMyDeyUwPtlee I..,TaMk IalNafhtalanlay

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY27" .= s al of said Court this 24m day aghast bi the the proposal.! Zoning Code as specified of GILBERT" S.BROWN CNOCOLATI II-I'Y 1.W. LIBay.:11 1. ..-tv f him ri.. Pride KI110CO-* CsIISCO

CASE f 1428 ...<. ,,. Of Angnst'A.D.8 BROWN 1973.dLBERT CLERK Bedford County / Clerk of the Circuit Court'llrst 18IZSfL.'. PEANUT vdaewa'"o VAPOaATIDMILK ......* ...., CORN WIlSoNgUIK
FLORIDA STATE' TELEPHONH!: 5C: ?:, BY Beulah M. Moody DEPUTY John Torode. Chairman. By Deputy Clerk M. Moody. BUTTER PEACHES LOTION FLAKES on

uttlltr COMPANY coryorattoB.a Florida. PsUatxi rrtlT*: Elxie 731 4tt/a S.Sanders CLERK ,"/1 BndtDrd 21p '/14.11r.kliJLf.YMd..1 BGard CouaCr.ZoaIaw : ./ it PlabUcaUona.pt./21 1. 1m7 :.: 78 c .lea.. 98c CANS 7I/$ ,CAN loe '6ge te.. 36 :; 96!

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flYstone; Hilites, By Phone 473-4849.Linda 4734907or Wharton' Council Postpones

Utility TaxSVote;
U UThe '
FAREWELL PARTIES Center. He also stated that Emily Wahl, Fae Greek and .....,
FOR MRS MANERJNG about 20 students.are participating Mildred Welsgerber were wel-
Mrs. Arthur Manerlng. who In this program from comed members to the for Installation of culvert
as new first would be checked out and tiieftuo: ; or
will be leaving ooo for her tor- the Keystone area. Ladles J on drain pipe to
Golf A.soclatlon.MEN'S five cent acro.theboard first vote would be taken al-ti*? remedy an ero-
mer home In Jurat. QL was honored per the October meeting. win.i store problem at the Simmons
utility lax was postponed
by har friends with several Little Lake
property on
KEYSTONE VOLUNTEERFIRE Sportsmen's Club PresIdentb'O Key-
iarawUl parties. INVITATIONAL THIS at the Keystone Council meetIng -
DEPARTMENTThe Don Morgan reported to that:, .tone.r .
Tuesday night due to a
Henry Mickle, form.rb' Council that an house celt, Heard a report that the County
business meetIng
monthly -
of Keystone, entertained Rogers, pro at the Keystone In
drafting ordlon ce.rChsirl ebration will be held the ; Road Department had about
lunch at Mas Brothers and than of the Keystone Fire Department Golf & County Club,, and the by 60
was held Sept. S at his staff for Everett Fox said this matter club at the Keystone AlrportioB per cent completed repair
bridge In her home In Gaines are gearing up a man of
: the Keystone Fire Hall. on Saturday, Sept. 23. Thereviiwill : a dangerous washout on
; ville. big three days; this coming laving to do with the tax
: Mrs.' Manerlng was also honored Chief Huntley Redfearn, Jr. weekend, with the Lea Steven- on longdistance telephone calls be live music. and a'bar-qc*;; Nightengale Street.
Accepted Cunningham Gulf
reported seven fire calls, and becue supper served for $2tt
: with a dessert bridge son Memorial Program scheduled
First Aid Officer Tommy Tyer per person starting at 5 p.m.t. i,I Station's bid of 2-1/2 cents
for Friday and the 10th
: the hone of Mr*. Charlie Dono- ,
per gallon off on gasoline and
Morgan said. This ,
event wllJ-u
hoe. In reported 11 ambulance calls Annual Keystone Men's Invitational New Books ListedAt c
Keystone with
n cohoateaaea be In of 206 per quart off on OIL
during/.. August. recognition the con wetiibution
Saturday and
on Sunday.
for the occasslonba-1
: lug Mra. Leo LeBlanc Chief fledfeam called a work The Stevenson Memorial Keystone Hts. that sportsmen anf t>(| Voted to advertise for bids
and Mra.
on awarding a franchise for
detail for 9 a.m.SaturdaYSept. tournament sponsored by the making to conservation of wildlife -,!113''>
: James Cook.
.: Mra. Roy Bridges 9, In order to get the Fire North Florida Chapter of PGA. sJ Branch LibraryThe and natural r.aourc.t'O;'cable television In the city.
gave a Approved a raise from 6(5
t Morgan said. (
Station ready for the countywide The men's Invitational Is 36-
deaaert a
bridge In
honor of Mra.
In other action the Council per mile to IOC per mile for
first aid meeting to be held hole event which draws Y :
Manertng with Mra. many books
Manning following new are
Authorized anyone using his private car
the Streets Department
Wednesday Sept. 13 at 8 -
entries North Central
winning high day. among available at the Keystone for city business.Heard .
Dr. Buzz Dunsford of the to spend up $1,000
: Florida
Another bb la finest golfers. Heights Branch Library (hours a report that repairs
J ; being planned for Mra. Maner University Ho.pltalInJacklOn- There are etlllafewopen nge 10 a.m. to 6 pan, every day have been completed on windstorm -
.; lng by Mra. Gr nvUI. Clark of vile this class.will conduct and Instruct In both fields, and anyone Interested but Sunday)} Florida SheriffsGirls' damage to the airport
Gainesville. may contact the pro .
:; Mrs. Manerlng's many frl- Coming events for the Fire shop. NON-FICTION Villa 'N'
:' ends regret to see her leave Dept. are t Sept. 9. 9 ajn., Handbook of United States Is '. ft I
; Key.tone.nd.he will be greatly work Detail; Sept. 13, 8 p.m.. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Coins, Yeoman. Dedicatedi>f .. -
; missed In our community. County First Aid Mettlng; There was a tie for first place Asia In the Modern World, Aiacnua Fosse
: She has been a resident here Sept. 19, 6 p.m., Training night; 'In the duplicate bridge game Buss. Clay County; Sheriff Jennings*,[ro( Will
for the past 16'years. a good October 3, 7:30: p.m. business Tuesday, Sept. 5attheMelrose Costume and Fashion In Co- Murrhee Is calling the atten--? Sponsor
member of the Community meeting. Woman's Club, tying for first lor, 1760-1920, Cassln. tlon of citizens to the new"2:I* Horse Show
.: Church and very active In the was Mrs.Bill BartlettandMrs. BIOGRAPHYA Florida' Sheriffs Girls' Villa !**
women's organizations. Frank Mlerlck as partners and Girl Man Spoke A World Listened which was dedicated on Au-
:' We wish her good luck good LADIES GOLF ASSN. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce, both Keystone ScoresIn Mailer gust 27 with an open house:fat 1 IB The Alachua County Sheriff's
; health and much happiness-In The first luncheon meeting, with a score of 47 1/2. Life With Plcasson. Gllot. the location In Bartow. .n Mounted Posse will sponsor aqn
; ,her home In Illinois held September 7 was a fabulous Second place was taken with ShowsBy FICTION Girls Villa Is a home for Horse Show on Saturday, Sept.
j success. The ladles play- 43 1/2 points by Mrs. Roland Summer's Lease, ErU. dependent, neglected, and 'J;,, 16, starting at 9 a.m. the 21iil -
ROTARY CLUB ed a Low Net Tounament with Bryan and Mrs. C.V. Home. Linda Wharton Not To Disturb, Spark.In homeless girls and Is operated,, class show will be held at
i Two new members were Installed winners for Low Putts. Third place was won by Mrs. A Dark Garden, Slaughter. by the Florida Sheriffs Asso- ''O.; the snow grounds on N. E. 39th
I at the regular Friday Voncll Ketch came In for first Ray Becker and Mrs.W.J.Gro- Keystone Heights would like Class. elation, like Its Sheriffs Boys'bRanch :I Ie. A v... State Road 232, 3-1/2
luncheon meeting of the Keystone place with a low net of 75, lick with 35 1/2 points and four- to pay tribute to a fine little August 3 6, on to Blowing Weep And Know Why Ogil- near Live Oak. <*:*>) miles east of the Waldo Road.t .
Height Rotary Club. with Mae Henderson for a second th taken by Mrs.Frank Cook and equestrienne who has hada busy Rock, N. C. where she won vie. Girls Villa, like the ,Boys'. Trophies and ribbons will be
:, Past President Jim Wharton with 77 for 18 holes. Virginia Mrs. W.F. Wilson with 33 1/2 summer competing in many fourth place In the Saddle Seat Rosemary's Baby, Levin. Ranch. Is supported entirely by (x;:u awarded In events for all ages
; had the honor of Installing Bill Corey two strokes behind points. horse shows. Her name Is MI- Equitation riding "All Mine" Harrowhouse rown.I voluntary gifts, with a board M The entry fee Is $2 per class
Harrington and Jim Thela and came In for third place. chele Boyle, daughter of Dr. and fifth place in the Virginia Am Mary hider, Lewis of 35 community leaders known*das ri or $1.50 for seven or more
then gave a brief review of the Martha Hayes won the Low COMMUNITY CHURCH and Mrs. John Boyle, who make Horse Shows Association Med Freer's Cove, Gordon "Friend Raisers" Instead o..iC events per family.!
i history of Rotary endue objeetlve. Putts with 29 and Evelyn Heine CIRCLE MEETINGSThe their home on beautiful Lake al Class. Once An Eagle, Myrer. of fund raisers ;*,. Classes will Include: Wee
i .. came In for.second: with 31 putts. Circles of the Community Geneva. August 21 through 26 was The Embezzler, Auchlncloss. The Villa Is surrounded by i Jt in,; tern Pleasure, 16 and under,
>. Charlie Hutcheson program A nice luncheon was enjoyed Church Women will hold their Michele started her busy the big show in Louisville, Ky. No More Trains To Totten- beautiful lakes and offers recreation :*r;t( and 17 and over; Trail; Stock
director, then Introduced Ted by the ladles with Gwynn Bach- first meetings on Monday,Sept. summer off June 16 18, In Michele was one of 12 chosen vllle, Campbell. facilities for the girls, f ::m Scat, 16 and under 17 and ori -
Oglesby of Starke, who gave a man as social chairman and 181.under the new circle leaders: Tuscaloosa Ala., winning first out of 40 equestrians, in the The King; Keyes. consisting of horseback riding, ." ,'ver, and 10 and under: Lead
talk on the different areas of Lou Tlmmins, Martha Hayes Naomi Circle will meet at the place In the Saddel Seat Equitation Food Hands Championship National King Of The Rainy Coun- boating, and bicycling. In the ,C Line; Pole Bending 16 and un-
r Job training that can be obtained and Vesta Alkenasslattngher home of Mrs. James Cook on for 11 years and under. Horse Show Saddle Seat MYSTERY; future, this will be expanded"1 10 der and 17 and over; Tunnel
; at the Bradford Vo-Tech for the day. Lake view Dr. at 1 p.m.; Ruth,at She came In sixth place In Event, to do a work-out In to Include swimming areas, t j Race; Combination Race, 16 and
the.home of Mrs. Walter. Muhl- the Saddle Seat Equitation front of the Judges. In the American Killing In Malta; Webster basketball, tennis, and volleyball N I under and 17 and over Cob
noiier', fteYIt0n8IUb; tstates:; Championship which is quitean Horse Show Associa The Day Miss Bessie Lewis. courts.. Race. 16 and under and handover
: 1 P.m.; Martha, at the home of accomplishment for an e- tion Medal Class, she was one Disappeared; Disney. Girls are selected for admission ,,[./ ; Hide Race; Buddy Plck-
." Mrs. T.L. Norwood on Lake leven year old girl. of ten chosen out of 36 in The Content Assignment; Roth usually through the of'j'j*!..11:Up; Barrel Race 16 and un-
.; Sante Fe at 1 p.m.; Esther, at On July 22, Michele went the class, for the work-out. Malgret And The Headless flee of their county sheriff. A .u Ider and 17 and over; Boot Race;
'h", the home of Mrs. Charles Smith on to Prattvllle, Ala., where These classes were open,which Corpse; Stmenon. child care agency parent, -I,h.Stock' Seat, 4-H only; and Egg
on Lake View Dr. at 9:30: a.m.; she won first place In the Open means the equestriennes were Plate Of Red Herrings;Lock- friend, school or minister can Race, 4-H I Only.
Sarah at the home of Mrs. Donald Saddle Seat Equitation and third 17 and younger, so the com- ridge. recommend a girl for the villa. ""cS:
Maybe you can'tcount Wallace, Keystone ClubE.tates place in the Saddle Seat Equitation petition was greater. She must be between the ages btL
9:30 a.m. j Rebeccas, Championship class. In Michele also has an eight- of 8 and' 17, and must be in m t.1
on the at the home of Mrs. Thomas all four events Michele was year-old sister, Melissa, who good phy.lcaland mental health. SE. McKAYd
Gregory, 8 p.m. ; Madonna astride her chestnut gelding, rides and has brought home a NEWS NOTES Residency in the state is required ''*,', REALTOR
'weather will meet on Wednesday, Sept. "All Mine," which Is board- few trophies herself In Pratt along with approval by
e e e 20, at 12:30: at the Educational ed and trained for equitationand vUle. By Helen V, Egan: the sheriff and Juvenile court K.y&ton. tits. 473-4316
Building.All park classes, at the Billy In the Walk Trot Class and Judge. art 1 j.
circle leaders urge their Cox Stables In Montgomery, took third place In this class "This WIW Is very worth- ,. HOMES ACREAGES
But members to attend this first Ala.On In. the Ocala show. AMERICAN LEGION while In h.development of fl V RENTALS
Y, meeting to get acquainted, and July 30. Michele rode a Michele has made a fine showIng POST 202 some of our less fortunate -3,
You Can bring a friend bay gelding 'Evening Silhouette this summer and Keystone The fall session of Melrose- girls," Sheriff Murrhee said. Yt:
," In Ocala. She again came Is very proud to hav" er'And'' ;'Key Ont! A l1\efl\ 1cgo1.eglonPost' \ flf anyone''destree' more'Intor- 1 Mi-4.'Mtl.,< llKi-n+.' H.4140nl.
Bank -.;: ? .JSr'k t.t 2 .1. iOn COUNTY TO'GET' In first place In the Saddle Seat I'J M.:her"family In our" cq/nmunfty.' \ I.1 1 r f'P.( rl41gnv4!: : NI ,Tonight.! .matlon79)I)
NtWtMBULANCIiSThe Equitation for 10 and'under, Congratulations, and"huny (Thurs Y) r'at 8 o)clods In "contact, sheriffs office. }f>:.rh.l Cur. 47.<-40SIr
Federal and took fourth place In the 'more 'ribbons next1 year'Mlchelel }' the Legion' Hall ,I.9v, fit t't 31,/I' >"JOT _
'Us'! ___ ivr new__ emllll1P'ncy________n pilot_mew.cal_ Program U Open Park Type Pleasure 21, according to Irving on Highway'lyre, k:1.

care, Initiated through Jacksonville who on behalf of the Post, f
t for seven surrounding extends to all veterans of World
COMPI TE counties has assured Clay Mr. and Mrs. George Bush derson Junior College, Montreal War I and H, Korean and Vietnam KEYSTONE f: MELROSE
: County of two new square-back .entertained at their home on N.C. Her sister, Terry a cordial welcome to become -
nANiuNc.SERVICE ambulances for use In the program Lake Geneva, Sunday, Sept. 3, Chrlstoffers Norris, Is In her members of the Poet
.. ;f One of these will be with a cook-out swimming and last year at Jacksonville University By so doing the affiliation BUSINESS DIRECTORY)
.. stationed In Keystone, and will skiing Pam Bush Is a teacherat ; and will graduate in through membership Is a two- .
be operated by Clay County; the Keystone School and we April, going into her Internship way program, as Mr. Tyre t V'FISHeRMAN'S \
r;'Itr'" \ first aid personnel who are had the opportunity to meet In the Jacksonville area. says, "You need us and we .
:.; members of the Keystone some of the new teachers. Her studies, are In the MedI- need you. So Join us tonight jSUM'S t' IIARmV\RE.AROEN(;
.I Volunteer Fire Dept. The Mr. and Mrs. Watt Harden- cal Department and I understand and every first Thursday of
( .At our Full Service Bank we are always ready to other ambulance will be stationed bergh have enjoyed a week's that Terry Is doing very each month at 8 p.m. t:1:? e HARDWARE
In the north end of the visit of their two and a half well with the honor of being on The Executive Board meets yam
help. yea with m complete! range of dependable county. year old grandson, Chris the Dean's List at the Univer every third Thursday at the Fish -T.- Stuff !; ANDGARDCN
The value of the ambulancesand Standlfor. of Jacksonville. His sity.Mrs. Legion hall at 8 p.m. All new ENTER
pervkea and facilities to meet your every financial their equipment Is estimated mother was formerly Dee-Dee Winifred Newman and veterans and newcomers who Liv Bolt .t 1
at$18,000 each. Hardenbergh. Mrs. Betty; Cook were recent lave served In the wars are Crickas3hinn.rs-Worms' I A complete I line i ol Hdw.
JUd W. mint you to bank on us ,. Come rain The new program Is expected Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rldor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Invited to attend.KEYSTONE Minnow 1lglghrc-'" t....
to be In operation sometime and their daughter. Cheryl Martin Newman In their new home on 'JI
: or come:tlbl 1t.KEYSTONE. after the first of the year. have returned after spending Lake Geneva. Mrs. Newman Is HEIGHTS TACKLE.RODS-REELS (> Plumbing /k t Electrical: Supp.

a day with their other daugh Chuck's aunt from Charleston., FELLOWSHIP CLUBA FISHING HUNTING ,' U f.ro-'lonc I'erlillzcrsInsecticides
PERSONALS ter, Pam Link, In Tampa W. Va. covered dish luncheon and LICENSES AMMUNI -
STATE BANK Labor Day weekend brought A number of our graduating Mr. and Mrs *feul*a rim and program and business meeting .
TION ICE b 21 N. 230:> From
many familiar faces home to seniors will be going their separate children Andrew and Paula, of ;it the club will be held at Hwy yds
i Honker M>XC. Keymton Height, FU. Keystone Rhett Butch) Fox ways to start hitting the Grassenberry, Conn., left 12:30: today (Thursday). President i Keystone Hgh. 473-4357 ;t. > Light
Tow drove In Thursday, Aug. 31, to books again this tall. Kim Bon- September 5 after spending a Lester Sheets has returned ff Keystone Hats. 473-3663
Frlemdly Baak In Your FURNITLKE-CIFTS(; :
Friendly spend the holiday weekend with ner, Sonya Payton, Ricky Warren wee'-c with Mrs. Farina's parents from a vacation trip ,
c.uJty1 > his rents,- Mr. and Mrs. and Jack Funderburk will Mr.! and Mrs. Ed Dwyer. as have many other members, 'IKLKVISION-AIR: ; CONO
Everett Fox. be commuting to Sante Fe Junior While they were here they and It Is hoped that all members Lake G.
College In Gainesville. enjoyed tripe to Disney World, and visitors will ready .: TV Service CenterEXQUSirKCIHS
---- Attending the University of and attended the Cross and themselves for a full season Furniture :. ,;.
Florida this yearare Pete Morgan Sword Play In St. Augustine. of activities In this club of
JUDGE THOMAS J. RIVERS SAYS THANKSThis Paul Lelno John Vallde- Butch Bleasdale son of Mr. I mostly Senior Citizens or old- Gift & Candle Quasar
Jull, and Cindy Scales Cindy and Mrs. Harry Bieaala'3' has I er folk. Members are to provide Shop r .:i TV STERO
plans to go Into the medical Joined the Air Force and is a covered dish and their '
means is taken to thank the people of Clay County for allowIng field, specializing In Pediatricsand stationed at Lakeland AFB in has started her pre-med ... I'm sure he would like (: f TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
.' me to serve as County Judge since January 4 1949 and for
courses majoring chemistry. to hear form his friends and COMMUNITY Furniture For T ANDRESIDENTIAL
without opposition, to be the first County Court Judge of Clay Dottie Hardenbert classmates, so drop him a line. I HAPTER:: AARP Every
County under the new Court system which takes effect January 2, 1973.' Dottle Hardenbergh has returned Mrs. Chuck(DotNewman) This Chapter Is a memberof Tost And Purse : i
Under this new system, which was voted into effect by the people of to the University; of South have a collection of her paintIngs the American Assn. of Retired S.. Our Candle :3isolay AIR CONDITIONING
the State of Florida at large and which is effective throughout the entire Florida' where she Is majoring in the Contract ArU.tExit Persons and the National Hwy. 100 E. Lake G."j" \I.KS1: bEKHCKiKSTONK :: :
State all and State In Business Administration. bltion at the Le Moy.ne Art .l Assn. of Retired Teachersand 1 : ( "IIKICMIS(
will full-time
County Judgeships be jobs. The She attended school through the Foundation 125 North Gadsden, will hold Its monthly covered Mi. East of' Keystone Hjts. -
Judges will not be allowed to practice law, and are now forbidden toengage summer, making this her Senior Tallahassee, on September 12. dish luncheon and bus RE\F: ESTATKRichard A 71.6.1:;

in partisan party politics in any way; since they are elected on year, graduating In June. Stop by and see them If you 1 nesa meeting at 11:30: a.m.Con' \'JlliIU' ( I K HOMK,, ;
non-partisan ballots.In Gail Chrlstoffers Is In her are UD that way.Con" .
second year at Montreat-An- ( To Next Pag.) ( To Next Page) T. Lovorn : .,, Want to sell jour :Mobile
addition to serving as your County Judge, it has been my privilege .(Home?? If you have buyer,
to serve as Chairman of the School Board ((1933.1934)); as a member ReI(. Rcal Estate Broker (:Mobile Home Brokers will
of the Florida House of Representatives for three terms ((1940 to ; arrange ALL financing and

1945); as Assistant State Attorney in 1945; as County Prosecuting Attorney SCALES FOOD STORE LAKE PKOPERTII ; Insurance 3keragefeeoflOsoftheselling details for a bro-

'' ((1943-1948); and as legal counsel for the City of Green Cove DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS RESIDENTIAL ": price.:( For more Information

Springs since 1930., I am grateful for these opportunities to serve my. BUSINESS ACREAGE ? 'call
native county. and city In positions of public trust down through the FRESH LEANGROUND U.S. NO. 1 ; MOBILE HOME BROKERS
years. 10 LBS. v RT.1 1 BOX 350 J

Some are saying that due to reduced political activity In Clay County 1 QQ Keyston. Hgts. 473-3254, .,MELROSE FLORIDA 32666

this year there will be a poor turnout at the polls on September 12, BEEF ". Potatoes 49BEER Edna Knepper. ; Assoc :" PHONE 475.1751

October 3 and November '7. It is my hope that the people will prove this 473-4111 t. .I

prediction wrong. There will be candidates for Important offices on our '
ballots in all three elections and the voters should express themselveson (Limit 3)) FLA. GRADE A Martha Durbin, Asst>c.

them. Old "" ". 473.3362 LEONARD'S

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\, CHASE & SAN80RNCoffee "Fer a f fI.v.lt.tyou"

Faithfully. yours, GIANT PKG.GAIN. t Johnson Motors

Phone 475-2211 ,
( for by Thomas J..Rivers, Campaign Treasurer) 1I 69t Between Keystoj ,,. .. S I CHECKMATE BOATS

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nicely from his tragic accl bus requires .
Labor Ehy Weekend but I notice a* to

and a ")fl/: :tout for him. May of Melrose CLASSIFIED AD RATES Theoa Long gl.telnd
sure Bruce would ) anyone wish- Deadline for Insertion Monday ServiceResidential Phone CdlU' OPPORTUNITYFull MOBILE HOME ON
cards or notes from his should 5 p. m. preceding Thursday WELLS & FUMIS
In Keystone They can be meeting In before publication And We now handle oar line STATE FARMMain

to Room 551, University; up. The com- - Wells 2" and up Commercial Wiring ticket, cruises; and tour. Or Part Tim
Center Gainesville. round Minimum! Charge $1.75 May Keep Present Job
cal a
24 Hr. service on sjl Outlets- W. lfr-o..peclal.pockag. Trailer
8x45,2 BR
heartfelt sympathy goes ((about a 12-hour (Covers 15 words) I CALL 431-1063
Bruce and his (a.nlly :\- () seven Disney Each word over 15, 8C makes! Air Conditioning Tour of N.W Furnished With Washer, AC

also wish him a speedy or 11 attrac- GOULDS MYERS.J Hookup Disney World From 9 a.m. 12 a.m. Add on room 8x16 with
and hope he'll be able to Is a rate for All Classified Ads must be J JACOZZI PUMPS Trailer Pole Meter Wheel And Hitch. Can B*
",jomo soon. $3. O. The bus paid for In advance unless 24-Hour Service Call 964-7449 Thursday, Friday or Used A. BR. Or? Screen
Mrs. B. Guest and Mrs. for 15 or more, you have established account FbrUa Pump ServIce
TOWN FINANCE CO. Monday Porch 9x15 all to-
Otto Syracuse of 450. with The Telegraph In that Phone 964-8641 joined
S.C enjoyed a recent event SOd visit with Mrs.Bess billing. Not responsible for PHONE 264-J630, hedge. Employee at main or

Voncll Ketch came home Club of errors when given over the Orange Park, Fla. LINOLEUM: FLOOR, Covering east unit may 'live where

winner of a free weekend of/ have Its first phone or when copy Is not United Farm FOR SALE- Used Mobile home, 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98 I I., or you can move it.
at the Uoral Coif and fall season at typed; and brought to the office .. financing 473-4320. 112 x 12 $11.50j; 12 x 15, only
easy tfchg
Cub: in Miami, Sept 8. 28, In the Agency, Inc. $14.95 many patterns and Good Condition $3,000
played In the first Uidij-: fall program JIMMY MOORET3 colors. Dahmer's Discount.
vitational Toui'ft.n-\ : by the pres- SUN SPORTS Reg. Real Estate Broker HOUSE: FOR RENTUnfur g.
Meadows Colt and Country A social CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Paul & Irene Faulkner nished 3 bedroom north aide Anderson 431.1226
In Jacluonvllleand won this held after the BOATf'On of town. Prefer elderly cou-
trip by coming closest to $1.75 per Inch ple. Phone 964-5801. Up WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
2 Inch minimum' YOUR MONEY 206 S. Water Mreet results! List your property for
pin on the 13th :xJJe. She (; : -- $3.50
I 1/2 Inches from the Stark., Fla. 964.5065 sale with us. Call today.-
wMch almost gave her a will be en- -- -- Starke Ph. 904-6791 WANT TO SELL OR BILL POWELL BROKER:964-; SEWINGMACHINE
Fellowship Club BUY REAL ESTATE? 6464 or 964-6810. U/chg
In ono' Congratulations on at 1:30 p.m. In Memorials Resolutions Proclamations Outboard AStern LONGCHAMP
Complete :
free w.\.,!c-ont Voncll. 'thanks Call Us For But Prices
Hosts for the Card of and
yourself! will be Ed and $4.00 Minim'im up to 50 Drive Service Prospects Waiting tfoh Home and Building AUTOMOTIVE
Christie Newman, Mrs. Marian words Each word: over 50- Repair. Complete Fiber. Soles and Service
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck assist Mrs.Ro glass Repair. Custom SECRET--Lose Water Weight Materials! LAWN MOWER &
and Jennie Carlton,both of built Fiberglass Fishing etc. X- MOTORCYCLE: PFAFF:,,1, ELNA
body bloat, puffiness,
In their second WE BUILD -
stone, are
at St. Johns iflver college; Woman's Club, Boata. PU Water Pills, only $3. Money :REPAIR, New Homes
as pre Back Guarantee.Koch Your Plans Or Ours j
upon graduation next ; at the club Pay For Classified; Drug Store. chg--11/2 Your Lot Or Ours." Eaves Shell WHITE"
to enroll In the
on October 4.
sity of Florida. Ads In Advance FREE ESTIMATES & Garage $49:50 up

Hubert Few is back in A Hole in Your, Roof
Increased cost have '
Ki-modelinfl Kepairs.Additions .
964-8867 Part & Repair on
In j
but is hospitalized -- ''
was en- It necessary for this newspaper r-:
General Hospital. His of her to clarify Its present Or AWIIOLE CARL BEGGS all other Make Ma*
number Is 218 and he would visit from her for Hones Bought Sold chines.NATIONAL.
ruin and adopt new one
como company. He will the Roy Lock- the publication of classified | Gulf SonIa>> T.'a""dACREAGE WATER FRONT LOTS
recovering from his burns : on Sept. advertisement In Its col / t I SALE
some time and would be with ,I Used
a umns. On Crosby Lake and Cfcuby
to Friends!have company. know for hergar- All advertisement of this "nooFJ THE FINEST SELECTION OF 964:6853Hwy. : Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet 611 W. Univ. Ave.
are glad to nature must be paid In ad- 301 S. Starke ) Located on
wide, 8 feet deep
IiL intensive(Bill) Morgan at Alachua is ou vane unless an establishedmonthly & J Roofing Co. USED CARS State Road 100, 3 miles Westof Gainesville, Florida
care account is I maintained Fla. Ideal for vaca- 378.1355
eral Hospital and was extended to Mr. In this whole area '
with this newspaper. Phone 964-8088 4734735. 'WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- tion cottage,' mobile home or
return to his home here
: Houston, for- Mulling and bookkeeping 24 Hr. Wrecker ServiceUSED dles for any make or model Investment.
day. We wish him a who re- costs hate, advanced makingII Iliway 301 .South: stereo player.Dahm.r's Dis- jtlca .tart at$I,29 .00, $200
recovery.. Into their new necessary to make this PARTS count House tf/chg dotto and $35.00 month for 36

100 East. adjustment. Hwy..301 N.:. Waldo ennthq (8 1/% t simple Inters G (fj)

It Is much preferred that FOR SALE- 40 ft. Storage
"Change, the one also extended classified advertising be Trailers, on wheels or off. 468.1998 Lew'sWelding Call 964.7701 8 ajn. CD 9 FIAT

most of us want least, is Wtgglesworth placed! In person rather than Also over-the-road Trailers, pm.weekdays, tf
one thing we all need who recently pur by telephone so a* to avoid 40 ft.Insulated vans.Great Dane Shop '
Mr& Gary Hiott, home of Mrs. error *fT\ or Uorsey.- H.M. Herndon, SALES-PARTS
--- Sentinel. : : new owners Lawtey, Fla., 782-3253. 4tp-. FOR Si LE- 65 Chev. Impala WhlsD.rlnjj! Pints Motel SERVICE
Pickens (S. C.) In Key- W21FRAME Cont. Rebuilt eng. PS, PB, air
Is as- cond., Excellent condition. Call US 301 S. Phone USED IMPORT CARS
"Almost anybody who his brothers In COKE Box In good shape holds 964-6262. After 5 p.m. 964- 964.8252 'ller BroWD
something to say can business In 7 different drinks. thmersDiscount.
a speech but not Ztchg 9/9 HOME; Lots of living 6137. lip -. UTILITY TRAILERS HARFRED AUTO

who makes a speech area. Very nice and closeto 18 FT. FIBERGLASS boat' 1935 CUSTOM BUILT IMPORTS INC.
; ,
WANTED TO BUY, furniture Starke. 3BR, large living 41'
raph'u Frank Jones
something to say. 90 hp Johnson motor and trailer. -
964-8088. tfchg room, separate dining room GAS AND ELECTRIC 509 E.
W. Grown, The both of whom Best offer Asking about. University f'
ill, are & kitchen; front porch and back $900. 964-8087. lip WELDING I BRAZING"' VolkswagenNew Gainesville3724373
(N. J.) Citizen. In Rt Haven ANNUAL MEETING, Farmers porch.Approx. 1 ml. from city.;

W. 6th St., and Muttal Exchange-- Monday, Approx. 1 acre. FOR RENTOne & 2 BRapart- SHEET METAL a Vied
visitors and Sept. 18, BHS auditorium 7:30: TRAILER HITCHES'INSTALLED .
"The ments, furnished or unfur- Sales Snke FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay,
Entertainment by
I p.m.Five of Us," from Ralford, BILL POWELL: BROKER per nished.month.Adults only.Electricity$75and; fur-$85 1 MI. North of,TJre Mall Out of barn or out,of..tbe field
All Registered *Angus calves. Plu
Fla. Refreshments. mem- 96'4.6464Or nished. Security deposit and GAINESVILLEO.C. ,,!
families invited
and their -
bers references required. Reply to OPERATORS 964-604 J. B. White, tfch\g
Itchg W. Coles, c/o PO Drawer A,
Starke. 2tp 9/21
FOR RENT- One bedroom fur- Cadillac
nished apartment, good loca WAYNE DOUGLAS
FOR SALE1971 Honda 350.
tion. 534 W. Madison St. Ph. ASSOCIATE: $600. Call 964-8928. 4tp Uniform CompanyNeeds :. Carnes: Nursery
964-8404 or 533-2010. Itp 10/5
V64-6593 Thousands of Plants

FOR SALE- 1970 Mobile Home FOR SALEAKC Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
12 60 3 bedroom 1-1/2 bath. registered Camellias LAKE GENEVA
x German Shepherd pups, 5 Experienced Sewing Evergreens! ,
Small equity.; Call after 1 p.m. males, 2 females; silver gray. Machine Operator ''Azaleas Roses MOBILE. HOME

964-5052. lip FOR SALE- Br home with May be seen at 318 Lafayette Moat la can .* plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING SALES

lA /1 FOR RENT3 bedroom fur- new roof. 514 W. Adkins St., St., or phone 964-8017. Sire Hour
across street from BHS athletic and dam on premises 3tp 'AND \0IDtfS
MOFlorahome 12' 24,
nished cottage. Also furnished t* Ml. S.E. of SUrk, n ry. *
MR.BILL GARDNER apartments. W. H. Nollmaru field.9/21 Phone 9645736.2tp 9/28 7:39: ) A.M. to 4:00: P.M. es -Z16S PHONE 473-4320.-

Service REWARDFor Permanent Employment ON ROUTE 100

' CHEVY NOVA 307 black FOR RENT12 wide Mobile Heights FU.Mtyfe .
erveendindeafness 71 Information leading to recovery Fringe Benefits Keystone '
Homes outside city limits. J. B.
vinyl top over brown. Rally 50 acres near Starke. 40 acres of OVATION guitar A
wheels. Excellent condition. In good timberlOacreseleared case, Ser. No. 1053 Model 1123- Apply And Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114
? Assume payments, 468-1119, with nice 3 bedroom horn,. 4.Call 964-6900. Itch or 964-8799. If no answer "
Hampton. Itp 441 East Brownlee call 9648874. tfchg I A..

This new Norelco"BehindTheEar" 'VOL'VU 3 BR frame, completely remodeled St.Stark Homes
FOR SALEStudio bed box .FOR SALE Stark flblf '
very nice, Lawtey. INSURANCEAT COTS
springs. Youth crib and mattress & Country Club, ready for SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
FROM wall to wall, no soil
Used Car coffee table. 964-5801. RATES
has 27 acoustical REDUCED '
Ph. 35f-5/54' lip 2 Bedroom, 1 bath' In City; at all, on carpets cleaned with building on or approximately for Investment.1/2 Expando Room & Add
adjustments to frame, on large lot,nice house AUTO, FIRE.,, BOAT Blue Lustre. Rent electric Lots and area Paved roadr On Room
acre larger. ,
FOR RENT- bedroom house shampoosr $1. Devrlck, Inc.,
correct your DOYLE E. CONNER only 3 minutes from 1 town,
Builders Hardware Supplies, Free delivery( and set up
$75 mo. 410 W. Andrews St. .
hearing problem Brother. Contact Tolbert McCoy, 964- 3 bedroom home In City: 1 INSURANCE AGENCY Starke, Fla. Phone 964-6163. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 tfchrPQMPS p-nu
7818. Itp bath; kitchen living & dining tchg. 100 MILE RADIUS

Co., area, FOR Si LE- Metal Double Car BANK FINANCING
HELP WANTEDMan to build Garage door$65.00.Phone 964-
Starter and repair wooden pullets.Must Nice large CB house. 2 bed- 5423 or 964-6221. Itchg NWY 17 North Green Cove
Regulator be good nailer. Call 964-74901 rooms-I bath: very large living IN BUVINO\ .OR Tel. 28450012647311 I
8 to 1 or 1 to 4, or 964-6922:: room. Large family room not SELLING. 1972 NOVA Maverick9,000 NEW AND USED
TRUCK ___ after 7:00 p.m. Monday to completed. Just outside city mileage sport model. Take up
I Friday Itchg limit on paved road. Lot 1-1/2 CONTACT payments. Call 964-6988 after SALES

:) A.,. Jo*. acres.GEORGE GEORGE ROBERTS 6 pjn. or 964-6243 day lip PARTS SERVICE MARTIN CAMPERS' '

.YOUNG MAN to work at Gas ROBERTS FOR Attractive fur-
end to miss certain words Company during Winter REAL ESTATE REA LEST\TE nished 2 bedroom apartment. Deep and Shallow Wells U.S. 90 West, Lake City
months must be 22 years of Water, Softnar and
Call 9647831. Uchg
ounds You have
may nerve- Phone 752.3723
clearness problem that age &. have Chauffeur LI- PHONE 964.7826 PHONE 964782642VW.MADISON- FiltersPlumbing

eads to nervous tension and KIMBALL PIANOS cense. Call 473-4351 for appointment 421 W. MADISON ST.. WANTED by Individual.. Land For Best Selection Of
creasing loneliness. Keystone Heights, ST. suitable for cattle. Improvedor SuppliesEXPERT
The new Norelco"behlnd-the- Fla. unimproved. State price and TRAVEL TRAILERS
aid, Model 6710, has 22 description Write K. Dlnkla, SERVICE.ON MINI-HOMES
adjustments to help correct REDUCE safe 4 last with Go- ALL MAKES TRUCK CAMPERS
Scott Mill
hearing problem. (Many aids "water Road Jacksonville
FOR SALE- Complete furnish- Bese Tablets E-Vap PHONE y64.10SIDURRANCE
only 1 or 2.)And it can be ing of three bedroom house to REPAIRINGParts pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Sip 10/6. Florida 32217. AND TOPPERS "
o fit Model future I6710 changes In your settle estate. Depresslonglass, 9/21 4tp< Full Line Of Port And.'

behind is hardly Jewelry, guns, yard tools, etc. ,.Tires & Tubes WANTEDCook at Carden Service
your ear weighs a Starke, Florida. Rt. 1 I. ( -IOO- PUMP 81 SUPPLY Cc. .
ounce-yet is more powerful FOR SALE-- Concrete blockhouse Restaurant. Apply at Restaurant
A Sign In front of house. Sat. BIKES
aids 5 times Its size.
many call Moved
or 964-7358. 2tchg
and Sam lip In city.; 2 bedrooms,CM.
fiore/c Also 3 Wheeler & Air Phone 964.7142.4tp9/21 9/21 8 Blocks North SEWING MACHINES, Cleaned

"SWINGER- FOR SALE- 1971 VW Square,: Trikes For Adults 864 N. Temple Ave. oiled and adjusted In your home,
For. free hearing test and back, excellent condition, air-; MACKS c-0-----5-->>--*__.___........................ _;,.:o $3.. Vacuum Clean_repels'
lon,come In or calls Mail-tta-Ult conditioner, AM/FM Radio. E.venlnga also. AH work guaranteed. -
WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators Dennis E. Cogglni, phone 431-
.---ides----- 473-4817. lip SWAP SHOP ,FACTORY HELP NEEBE washerslb.. 1428. tfchg.

..- "' MAID WANTED- day week. 3 Mile South On 301 mef f Discount House tf/cfig,

Need references and own trans 4TP ./.4.
PHONe portation. Call 964-6756 after On-Jol.t of Florida! Inc. need dependable, able
I 4. Itp bodied factory help., No' experience necessary. 'OLIN.i'. JftOftliE HOME .SALES
MXWCM .I Iwolasnera $ SAVS $ Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.IF Service Our
___ __ I NEW X-ll Reducing Plan, 42 PolieyJ.
Tablets, $3.00. Money Back ,
-----IA. % Guarantee Koch Drug Store. FUlIAVISBUICK. YOU ARE WILLING TO.WORK APPLYAT World of' Wonder and Marvel! 1912)i .0..
L 9tp-11/9 Models must got) 1200 over Invoice : -- Of ,
GAINESVillE % Savings prieei delivered and set up within 100 s_e 4
AID CO. PONTIAC I C.rliee" i JOISTAN mile radiu. See ic to believe! 30- t ,

26H N.W. 13th. St. Chair Co. THE RIGHT POINT for the GMC TRUCKS day warrant,.

..n........$h.ppAy Cent* way you writ. Come In and 'A UTTLE RIDE CAN SAVE : EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Also available on our lot 2 used Mobile.
Neil lTWMlc ,1 1 Block. BROOK select your favorite ESTER- YOU A LOT" : Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday Home and 2 R.pa..lan.
,J.I 10 fountain TELE-
37S-009 et 371342 pen. UGRECN J 7:00 A.M. Ta 5:00: P.M. TP
1-389.1741! J GRAPH. COVE SPRINGS> j _'Hwy. 100 W.fw Stake 9645606Keystone

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