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 21, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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No. 8 Thursday, September 21, 1972 ;


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city policeman as extremely -



speeders on city

streets from a parked ?, ?? ,, 4, hf, ? + lYt reAl
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patrol car, is. on Effort
Its way out after a six Being

month trial period.
Now InProgress

The city council voted 'un-

animously, Tuesday night against ry1.pa Made To Get
renewal of its lease-
purchase agreement. Councilman
Billy, Noegel made the
motion against renewal of the
agreement. The motion was seconded "Yos, they sure
by Councilman Orle Doctor Here arc," said (Clerk
Wiggins, who made the March
:\, rill
: 1
7 motion to rent the unit. '''
htr + when asked A odiius-
In the past eight months 120 M'h''h ;,
ry An effort is under to the
cases have been made with the x day inoruiniftarkc:
radar unit, the Police Depart services of a doctor, now assigned to city councilman: areseriously

ment stated Wednesday.One officer hc U.S. :Navy, to help solve the present -
; considering -
stated there have been n
few complaints about speederson ''U 'h critical shortage of physicians in purchase 05'a

side streets, such a* Water Urndford County. < '
and St. Clair where speeding 4 used 3,000 t t- ..Vvorthln

problems existed prior to'the Following a meeting Wednes- Dr. P, G. Felos, several county ton generator -

radar unit's installation.. day night, Bradford County Hospital I; officials and Interested individuals for the city pow

"It's 'a real deterrent; just administrator George Ca- er plant.The .
knowing If s there," said the nova said that legislative lead-
officer. would contacted in Washington
ers deal
was offered the city
When the matter of renewal in an effort to obtain the two
months when Gene
came up Tuesday night, the release of Lt. Charles Oliver 72 CalfScramble IChelleburger,ago a former em-

council noted the Police Department A Soaking up Klngltey Lake's coolness, under a hot Barker from his present assignment ployee of the Brooker plant of
baa rented Another Summer at I ensacola.Lt. .
a more September Is Si. Florida Hydrocarbons, phoned/
expensive'unit, costing $2,600 sun Becky m r, a High senior Barker is the brother

.... ..... compared to $1,600 for the ont .l' ,and-daughter' of. Mr, pnd" Mrs,? Otto Siemvr Stark. of Fred Barker of Starke and 7 the city clerk. On September
, Ichelleburger with PanHandle
, t: 'glnal'uniVwithout...couiftU's ..,-, ,' '' ''.'.'i't'wcatw ,{ywn.siw' ...tr'r.44r. . .N .... ,.'. w .. ..,:. .. ., has visited here on several now
," "* '' '\! .;t"" .; ...." .x.a.y' : "'. ..,.. ,. .,:!.,..,,_.. ,. Equipment:: ;.Co.f Parnpa,
"ol cadions. Canova said that the
knowledge: .Jimmy
...;L."p, Councilman .'. 'On Texas, met withIhe,1 council
,A.f '. :'
I. Tap
: interviewed
;.McRae. whooverseed "I. '" -- 1- J.tIJiadfr'd'V : Navy doctor has been In &tarke.< u
'r' Department,' said htexwisvtold > by hospital officials,
'"" The'engine, almost twice as
the original unit had tg "by used ( and had expressed a desire to powerful the largest engine

from a still poslttonvibut': the o.ters Set practice In Starke if he can Oct. 14 presently In'the Starke plant,
newer one would clock a vehicle be released from his assign- Is 10 years old. It has been
from moving.carf( ment with the Navy. II used'as
| a peaking engine. Its
The OUYaAnual: Calf Scramble
Canova said the hospital trus- ,
The council originally, opposed -' actual operating time is esti-
sponsored by the Starke-Brad-
have several other
to catch the..peeders.idea of Ming.-radar).. the pects tees they are working pros-on In ford County!; Chamber of Commerce burger mated at told 2 the 1/2 council.years, Ichelle-
\ city.
y.. la set
Saturday Octo-
Several New RecordsSeveral an effort to obtain at least ,
I?y not Mayor 'Carl Hurst.r.."..was three more doctors in the com- ber H/i'"t'the Bradford County Ills offer, delivered In
present Tuesday'nightv; the police department'srequest present there are only B, Smith, chairman of this 000 KW engine. Including most

Ministerial for the Alliance unit. The, representing Starke- new records were More votes were cast than In the new totals, with absentees, Voters may register now until two local doctors admitting patients year's.,committee.' switch gear and other ancillary -

nine churches, reques- set by Bradford County votersIn any election ever held here;the were: October 7 for the General Elec- to the hospital, although Activities will start with a parts. The city paid$245-
ted it the First Primary Electionon highest percentage of voters tion '* November several others can admit patients fried chicken dinner 4:30 000 four years ago for the 1-
be used as a safety de- Group 5R.A. on 7, but those at : KW
750 the switch
vice. September 12, according to visited the polls; and the lar- Green, Jr., who'register now will not be through staff physicians.As P.m., prepared and served by Worthington,
Supervisor of Elections Neva 3238; James L Tomllnson, 13- a result, the patient loads gear cost another $35,000, the
Both the Highway Patrol and gest number of absentee ballots permitted to vote in the Second the members of the local Bradford
Flynn. were cast. 81. ( far below the level neededto High School of total plant enlargement and engine -
the Bradford chapter the
Sheriffsdepartment Primary
County .r
Group 6-- A.Z. ( )Adkins cost $594,000, and the work
This Andy operate the 50-bed facility
own .tab*"?>own'il radar several other was ways also,being a firstin the Jr., 1610; Herbert T. Schwartz, Registration books will remain .on a break-even basis, Canova Future; Farmers: of America. was done with a $650,000 bond
units. ( first Democratic '473; Theron A. Yawn, Jr., 29- closed from October 7 "'said. The Calf(Scramble has beenan issue.
;\ On another matter;' McRae which: 18-year-olds primary allow-In 22. A runOoff between.AdkIns until five days after the General Recently, the County Com- annual major project of the Plans are for this engine,
drew attention to the old bridge were
1 Race and Yawn. Election. local Chamber in If a purchase is decided
ed to vote and the first time mission raised its support of promoting upon
on Geiger Road, and said the ;
the hospital to$70,000annually, agriculture and a countywide; to be brought with. renewal and
county commission has volunteered that two ballots were -- a
balance off increasing livestock improvement program replacement funds that have
Democratic ballot, anda to help
to furnish straight
labor and
On InUnion "non-partisan" ballot for operating costs, and to financea for the youth of Bradford been set aside over the yearsas
equipment If the city will buy
ReformsZoning required by the city's bond
$300,000-plus building The event will provide
pro- County
two culverts, so that the old judicial candidates, which was City
Issue An additional
bridge can be removed. The voted by Republicans and mem- gram to include doctors' offices 20 n'and 4-11 boys the opportunity contracts. -
$125,000 would have to be
at the hospital. Canova to win IS registeredpure
council agreed to I'furnish the bers of other parties, as well ;
told the Commission that pro- bred calves during the spent to convert the unit so It
culverts, on the condition that as Democrats
> office in the hos- which will burn both natural gas and
Board viding space three are exciting -
the county; will Install them. Union County voters will have Bradford voted 78.3 of Its registered pital should help attract new : action packed and hu- diesel fuel, bringing the total
Chairman Nell Tucker just one local race on the bal- voting strength on SePt. doctors to the community. morous. cost by around $350,000
brought up the question of the lot Oct. 3 second primary elec- 12, which Mrs. Flynn thinks Attending the meeting with
new radar speed measuring tion, a District 3 county commission was probably the highest per- the trustees last week were The Scramble Committee has "Well", I could come right
contest between incumbent centage of county In Florida. cil overturned board been meeting since early August close, said Edwards when
'1 fc Revamping ,Its zoning board a zoning two members of the hospital
ee Page 12)) S. M. Brown and DavidE. The previous high here had Tuesday night, the Starke city; decision to allow a multi-unit staff Or. H. H. Adams and i working on the details qulrred whether he can come up
t (Skip)Woodington been around 70 per cent, whichIs council Issued a request for apartment complex in a resi- of the big event and the following The with the entire $350,000 now.
: considered good, when compared fast action by the new board. dential area on Edwards Road sub-committees under city can purchase the engine -
Official: returns from last without bond issue Edwards
with the light vote cast and Orange Street.A Union Asks their respective chairmen are a -
wilt Watatt alrtr Tuesday's first primary show in many other areas of the Three appointments were in the final planning stages: assured The Telegraph
Brown was famed man with 793 State. made Tuesday night: L. M. developer presented his Paving BidsBids finance Marc Jackson; calf selection Wednesday morning.
votes but by 77 votesto
get enough votes for first The number of ballots cast Gaines, an Inspector with a case to the zoning board and Bobby Taylor, contestant "The engine is In excellent
state agency, to replace Inman have been asked the selection, Maxie Carter, condition and should be
primary win. Woodington polled tataled 5,255 Oncludlng: 273 absentees approval to rezone the by a good
716 votes. The other candidateIn ). There are 6,691 registered Green; Paul E, Canova, a du- land from strictly residentialto Union County; Commission on Jr.; physical arrangements AlIen bargain," the clerk said the city;
the race, A. Everett Craw- voters In the county; Pont employee, to replace S. allow the apartments. Later paving the Little Springs county Tarleton; publicity: ; & pro has been told. At the Sept. 7
ford, received 620 votes and in all parties. G. Denmark, and Pat Farns- area residents found out about road which leads from SR- grams, George Huggins ana meeting, the council InstructedIts
worth, a student at the l n1- 121 just east of John Myers; and judges, Mac electrical
was eliminated. Following are the totals in the action and protested to the the overpassto engineers, Fred
county races after absentee versity; of Florida, to replace city council, saying they had a point just south of the Baldwin. Wilson and Associates: of Jacksonville -

Before absentee votes were votes were counted: John Torode. not seen the legal notice pub Little Springs Church road. Also featured will be a to confer with Worthington -

tallied, outcome of the race For Sheriff: Maxle Carter, Resignations had reduced the The council overturned The board is calling for quotations greased pig; scramble for girls engineers about the unit.
'TEENAGEDANCE for circuit court clerk was In Jr.. 1,097; Jimmie W. Clark, board to two members: Mrs the zoning board's action in a on furnishing materialsand and chldken scrambles for 7- If both sets of engineers deem
doubt. Incumbent Robert A. 182; Thomas A. Crawford, 1- Marguerite Hall and A. J. Tho-. controversial decision. labor on the road which 9 and 10-12 year olds. the engine worth It, they will

Drlggers had only 15 votes 207; Dolph E. Reddish 2,122; mas Sr. Thomas was namedtemporary Torode., the former chairman, will be 1,800 feet in length Entry blanks for all scram- travel to Canada to Inspect the
more than the total obtainedby Jennings Starling, 411. A runoff and 18 feet wide, with Clerk Edwards Pan
chairman by the submitted his resignation at the the exception bles are available with the Ag- unit. says.
Saturday, Sept. 23 his opponents and the 158 between Reddish and Craw- council. same meeting and Denmark and of sanding, which will riculture' Dept of the Bradford Handle Equipment Co. bought
absentees could have thrown ford.
8p.m. Green at a later date. be provided by the county.; High School, the County Agentat five of the engineers as surplus
the Into
Midnight race a run-off. Superintendent of Schools
equipment and has sold four of
Thomas L, Casey 1,847 BillE. The council acted on recommendations the County Agriculture BuildIng -
Drlggers, however ; from Councilmen --- and the Chamber of Com- them, the clerk says.
received Costello, 1141; Jim Temple, -- -- --.
Music ,By more than half of the 1899. A run-off between Casey Jimmy McRae and Vernon Sll- merce. All "ouloi- O contestants The city; In 1957-58 bought
absentee ballots and emerged and Temple. cox, the committee appointedto should obtain their entry five 10-year-old 1.000 KW Superior
L. FAT CHANCE with a first primary win by County Judge: Carl Hurst, appoint new.members, In FOOTBmCONTfSTEVERY blanks and return to the FFA. generators which are today
.0- 23 votes 1586; Paul C. Hutchins, 1135; presenting the names for con- and 4-H advisors, or the Cham- .In use In the power plant.
New Armory Elzle S. Sanders 2321. A runoff sideration, McRae said he and ber of Commerce prior to the Edwards terms that the best
Other winners in Tuesday's between Hurst and Sanders. Silcox had deliverated a long entry deadline of 5 p.m., October deal the city; has made on generating -
On Edwards Road primary election'were: Tax Hurst has received the endor- time on their recommendations. .... 3. units.
Sponsored By Assessor WUford Croft, School sement of third place candidate A 3.000 KW generator would
Paul Hutchlns, who rites After the recommendationswere push the city plant
power peak
Supt. Jim Cason. Supervisor of Hurst's close ties with Bradford S 100 CAS MENTAL HEALTH
SOPHOMORE CLASS -' approved unanimously, capacity to 10,490 KW, a 40
Elections Lottie Lee 'Archer, County and urges votersto McRae requested that the zoning BOARD MEETINGThe per cent Increase In generating

c-: 4 County Commissioner Paul M. elect a local man. board begin functioning as WEEK capacity.; The plant is current
County; Commissioner, Dlst. soon as possible. Thomas was regular monthly meet- ly, peaking at around 6.500 KW
JJIjr (ammiinily Rlherd and C. U. Crews In the 5: R.H. CRussell Green, Jr., named temporary chairman to Ing of District 5 Mental Health In the hot August weather, of

&tatr Banfe District I and 5 contests, respectively 1192; Z.W. (Zedra) Hamilton convene the board, which can See Page 8 Board will be held in Room 401 one tile plants firm capacity; of
1186; Dave Paulk 2442. A then elect Its own chairman. of the Alachua County Court- 5,740 KW,
: Morris Dobbs in first Primary victory for Paulk.I Starke zoning matters have house in Gainesville at 7 l>.m. The city is currently
A--w.... .......U. the District 2 school board School Board member, Dlst. been at a standstill for the last k Monday Sept 25. The meet- ting the plant with opera-diesel

L1.do.r..:,,c.... race and County Judge A. L. 3: Arthur N. Holliday, 2669; ing Is open to county citizens fuel, which the engines use less
Drlggers, who Ms bid for
won Ben L. Moxley, 2007. two months. Torode and Den. advisory groups and the general -
re-election. In the Circuit Judge races, mark resigned after the coun- -- -- --- -- (See Pag )

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Showers e 3ie vl'ewj fersonasftutes

Club Meetings f/f t1 /

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Mrs. J. H.AndrewsHonored Janice Stancil/ Hospital Auxiliary Have A Slimmer Gathering,. Vegetable RelishIn

With Two Honored A t Meets MonNightThe Cucumber Shells

Stork ShowersMrs. Bridal Shower
2 cups cut fresh Florida corn,
Bradford County Hospital cooked

John H. Andrews was Miss Janice Stancil, whose Auxiliary will hold their gen- 15 oz. (No. 300)) can drained
honored at two stork showersIn marriage to David Savage, will eral meeting Monday Sept. 25 kidney beans
the past week. be an event of Sept. 23 at 8:00p. : at 7:30: p.m. In the Methodist 1/2/ cup chopped onion
On Monday night, Sept. II, m. In the Grace Baptist Fellowship Hall. George 1a-:: Florida
1/3/ cup chopped
Mrs. Andrewswasglvenastork Church, was honored at a bridal nova Hospital Administrator
shower by Miss Sandy Weimer shower Thursday night will be the speaker. f green pepper
and Mrs. Dadd Welmer at the 3 Tablespoons chopped
Sept. 14 given by Mrs. Ervin .
the latter In Keystone pimiento
home of Andrews.
fi Ag. Bldg. Receives
Heights.A A pink and white color motif Marinade;
pink and blue color schemewas and white wedding bells was Furnishings FromHomemaker's
3/4/ cup sugar
out in the
carried party
25 carried out in the party; de 4' 1aa 3/4/ cup cider vinegar
rooms. Approximately ClubThe
corations. Centering the gift
salad oil
guest enjoyed games and re- d 1/3/ cup
table was a pink satin and
1 tablespoon lime juice
freshments.The '
white lace umbrella decoratedwith
hostesses presented the white satin and pearl wedding Starke Homemaker'sClub "vthp ,.o 1 teaspoon salt
honoree with a silver cup and bells. The umbrella was 1-: i met Thursday, Sept. 14 L1r 1 teaspoon pepper ,,
spoon as a memento of the placed in the center of an arrangement ,_ at the Agriculture Building with Dash of garlic !salt '
occasion. of pink delphiniumand i a .17 members present. ( 2 teaspoons chopped! chives
white poppies. : Mrs. Lola Johnson, president VR N 0. .I Florida cucumbers
presided over the meeting i
ft The honoree was presentedwith
a keepsake corsage of where plans were made to serve '' i Drain corn mid III'IIIIHHII; I
refreshments for the Farmer's combine. Add onion, gnvn. I Ipeppl'r
white satin and pearl wedding ,..L a
Mrs. Philip Nichols enter-
Mutual annual meeting t-t R and pimiento; mix
bells, velvet leaves and accented ,
tamed at a stork shower at
with pearls, and alsoan Sept. 18. .. x well. Combine mifliir cider
her home on Kingsley Lake Certificate Of
AppreciationMrs. The club purchased a punch
Saturday night for Mrs. An- electric applalnce from her bowl set, two silver trays and vinegar!! salad oil,' and lime !
drews. hostess as a memento of the juice. Add suit and pepper, a
large white tablecloth to be
The refreshment table was occasion. The honoree's mo- Rhoda L. Dampier, recently retired clerk of the used In the Agriculture Build dash of !gnrlie! alt, mid chivvs.
covered with a white linen cloth ther, Mrs. C. E. $tancil, also local draft board, was recognized last week for "valuable Pour marinade over vcRcla- I I

and centered with a tall stork. received a corsage. service contributed to this Nation and the Selective Service ing.f ... bio mixture; chill for wvor.il J
Mrs. Orle Wiggins assisted In 30 guests enjoyed the affair System in the administration of the Military Selective. Ser- Summer unless hours! or overnight.Just !! .
food and fun in the
including Mrs. Frances Raby vice Act of 1967." means friends sun, '
serving. NormanMassey'Engagement extra pounds are making you uncomfortable. The Florida before wrviiiK!, cut
and daughter of Gainesville, !
One game was played by the The certificate of appreciation, was awarded to Mrs. Department of Natural Resources says slenderizing can be cucumbers in half. .
20 guests and Mrs. Carl Hurst sister of the bridetobe.Mrs. Dampier, above, by Maj.! D. V. Wilbur manager ,,of the t delicious the Florida seafood way. Seafood is high in protein Scoop out :'
won the prize. George Pierce assisted Inspection Services Division of the Selective Service Sys and low in calories to shape a healthier slimmer body. Kindto insides (reserve pulp to nor in
Mrs. Carey Dickey of Albany, In serving. tem headquarters in St. Augustine. Mrs. Dampier served the figure and rich in flavor charcoal grilled snapper is salads, dips etc) Sprinkle
Ga. was out-of-town guest. with the draft board for almost 30 years. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Normanof guaranteed to make any gathering a success. Invite your insides of shells lightly with
The honoree was presentedwith Open House Given The presentation was made during a district meeting Raiford announce the engage- seafood friends and create a slimmer gathering soon featuring Florida 'salt; invert to drain.
a play pen from her hostage Thursday and Friday, at the Holiday Inn in Starke of Selective ment of their daughter,Frances over the coals. Drain marinated vegetables'
as a memento of the oc- For Rudolph Sapps Service System employees from all over northeast Lynell (Nell) to Randall Alan Charcoal, Grilled Snapper Fillets and serve in cucumber shell..
casion. Florida. Massey son of Mr and Mrs. 2 pounds snapper fillets or % teaspoon.Worcestershireother Serves 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Edward L. Massey of Lawtey. fish fillets, fresh sauce .
honored at Open Houseat The wedding date will be or /i teaspoon white pepper VariutionAdd
were announced :
% melted fat oil
Garden Club Meets cup or Dashsauce liquid hot pepper
their new home on Road s Beta Sigma Phi later. \ cup lemon juice 1/2/ cup crumbled.
Monday NightThe 229 south Sunday Sept. 10 teaspoons salt Paprika bleu cheese! ,
between the hours three and five Plans Dance Oct.7Beta Mrs. Marguerite Corn of Thaw frozen fillets. Cut into serving-size portions and place Add I/1 i cup crisply cooked
o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs.O. Lakeland arrives Friday to be in well-greased hinged wire grills. Combine remaining ingre. crumbled.
Starke Garden Club will E.Crosby,Mrs. Luelle Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mussolini the guests of Miss Madge Mid- dients except paprika. Baste fish with sauce and sprinkle with bacon
have a covered dish supper Mrs. T. N. Norman., Mrs. El- were visiting relativesin Sigma PhI Sorority; dleton. paprika. Cook about 4 inches from moderately hot coals for Substitute J I2lenspuuoWorcexterihin'/ '
Monday Sept. 25, at 6:30 p. wood Padgett Mrs.Gerald Norman Miami over the weekend. Members met at the home of 8 minutes. Baste with sauce and sprinkle with paprika. Turn sauce ninl(
m. at the Kingsley Lake homeof Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Gruen on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby when and cook tested for with 7 to 10 fork.minutes longer or until fish flakes easily 1 cup highly HCIIHOII. d l

Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Lloyd Padgett. Jimmy Joe Andrews enteredhis .Sept. U with Mrs. GradY Over- were Monday evening dinner For additional seafood a Serves recipes 6.write to Florida Departmentof ,French dresKinx!! for I il-I >
The tea table was covered freshman year at Furman street as Co-hostess. Plana guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward of ftU32RelK>urce8' 65 Larson Building, Tallahassee, vinegar!! and nil.
with a lace cloth over green for the Oct. 7. dance to be Davis In Gainesville. .
DUPLICATE BRIDGE linen and centered with a fruit University; this fall. held at the New National Guard

CLUB RESULTS! arrangement in a crystal bowl. Armory were discussed. Members .
Mrs. Crosby presided at the Local admittances to Brad- held their annual Vacation
Mrs. R. W. Fountain and Mrs. crystal punch bowl, Mrs. Eddy ford County; Hospital this week Auction with all members par-
Paul A. Johnson were the winning cut the cake, Mrs. T.N. Nor- Include: Otto Schmidt, Mrs Hilda ticipating.To .
couple at Duplicate Bridge man and Mrs. Elwood Padgett Lee, George Kopelousos, Albert celebrate the Sorority's23rd ; CARPS Dent. Stores
Tuesday night where there were cared for the gifts,Mrs.Gerald Nichols, Mrs. Dorothy Lee Birthday, the secretary,
five tables in play at the Pratt Norman took the guests on a Grlf s, Mrs. Lillian Carveyand Mrs. Charles Flynn read
Street Recreation Center. tour of the house and Mrs.Lloyd Solomon B. Jarvis, Starke; several of the Chapter's first
II> Townsend and Ken Dent were Padgett and ,Mrs. Sapp servedas Anna Louise Sparks Lawtey; minutes. beginging'with'theChapters ; '
:J" and Leonard Salsbery, Keystone L M&ting"'In"'
second and Mrs. Edward Burns floor hostesses. '' tifir

and T. A. Sundem were third. j, Approximately 150 guests,cal.' Heights.- "":': .... ... -1949, and ending with the year Harvest Values!
led between the appointed, hours. 1971. After the business meeting ,
refreshments were eatov-
ed." q Now Thru 'Mon.
The next regular meeting will
be held on Monday Sept. 25th \A"Amens \
at the home of Mrs. Phillip
pNEI. Clark. In Keystone with Mrs. 0
I Wayne Donahoo as Co-hostess. .
Alpha Nu Chapter your own" '

Holds WorkshonAlpha \layered took layered look! "

- y "id +, : ladles

t Nu chapter, of the Del- : tunic top and permanent press
I ta Kappa Gamma Society; held i + :
a workshop and luncheon Sat- .4? sleeve\ shirts ,
urday morning at the home of long 7.
Mrs. Edna Hart on East Call s,,, S duo 299'hitt '4
street. Snott Mndln, W_"'". ..... ..ndpolymer
The theme for the workshopwas t 1 bl_. Button Irani 'Ii1
with .. .
trim ifr and I
"Culture In Changing .....
; .po k N wm fill aide 'In
FREE in Times". Mrs.Muriel Norman ,7 f" I' HIM. II to 18.
president of the chapter, directed ap great for the layered look!/

cG3\.L.a&....-. --. special II! committees the activities.met In groups Chapter to "the shrink"

.formulate plans for the year.
,,,., -' STARTS 25 members from Baker, 399
Bradford and Union counties
100*Awvll..ra.m Knit Top.
THURSDAY were presentThe ImbraMmd. r-n. Jmt th.thlnf .
luncheon table was cantered i HIM, ..M.to..*, of) your outfit.
SEPT. 21 by an arrangement of red layered misses wide wale
carnations and white pompoms. tor the
Hostesses for the occasionwere Milt end match thlhirtendtcp corduroy pants
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Mrs. Kate Sheppard,Mrs. loo YoklolowpriceiSiretsmell,
Marilyn Vallenga, Mrs. Evelyn: tar ou,.... 533
u -4-w Haney. Mrs. Willie Mae Dyal, r dire aua%large .us
Mrs. Maureen Paul and Mrs. MMMIM, w.t...i.. 100X ....
Hart. Bvt .brtt tan. loop.with,Ma pitch. .'--.Nm...,
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: I .and prell BOlidl.Ilzet t,..100;:Poy't: .,.Waist

.. 29 to 38.
New o 1til boys 6" side zip .

Arrivals { .

fQ. O, 599 p'yY r
Loot MMHHI P.V.C. iota. pa.wd .
Oil' tm J4 IW- Mrs".el.w/aa.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Manning, ,
Starke, announce the birth of Size 314 to 6 699
a son, Todd Damon Aug. 31 in w rY 14%!
the Alachua General Hospital. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. mens antique wine
Reed Jr. Starke announce the '.' 6" side zipdress
birth of a daughter Sherry
Anne, Sept 10 in the GalnesTille boot

Gridiron Goodies for 6 Medical Center Jr. boys 5

sweaters 699
16 places chicken 6-pakRCCola Bill McCIane of Jacksonvillewas .

e 2 pints salads pecan pie desserts his Friday overnight guest of fJ ,? _art..wits. ..to.turn* uiltv 1 IM.m.t 1zr. ..
grandparents, Mr. and 2SOFin
e package fresh rolls plates forks and napkins Mrs. George Flyun Sr. Bill 4 3 Big Hto6 toys diet
and Ma nephew Gray Fbrm. *Acrylic in cardigan and
: attended the football game la zip crew neck styled' Size 599QUALITY
Athens, Ga on Saturday.Mrs. 4 thru 7.
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Addto Wheeler of Orlando -
and daughter Mrs.Emily

U. S. 301 Herri. Phone "....5126. Stark woe Wmman weekend of Cumberland.guests\ of Mrs.Md. COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW ,PRICES Charge it.

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I :""'.. Mrs. Thelma Dean and Mrs, Fresh' Gel Dessert For Fall 6 .; )) 9-
I Eama Yongua of Fairfield wart
Sunday evening supper guest ,(
:; of Mr. and Mrs.' J. G. Cald- TO 1"1)A 1, : ; ; Y

:-.. wall. /

j Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cbaataen .:j .

and daughters were weekend
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Arvin
j jI Boggua In Tavares. N

jI I Marvin Johns of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Wlllard Pus attended -
I the funeral of their aunt; AT
Mrs. L. B. Dees in Mayo'

Mr. and Mrs W. W.. Ryderof
t Bradenton were Sunday overnight -
guests of Mr. and Mrs
W. F. Otter.

j New SalesmanAt Mr. and Mrs. James T. O'- BALDWINCHEVROLET
Brian left Monday for three
Baldwin'sDoyle 'months camping: trip around :
the United States. I

Griffls, 35, Is a new __
salesman at Baldwin Chevrolet Mr. and Mrs.Edward Schwab: a
and Olds In Starke.A of Merritt Island and son.Eddie -
native of Bradford County; of Gainesville were week
Anderson This desnert whip is prepared in an electric blender con
Crlffis- lives on Grlffls Loop end guests of Mrs. Myrtle -
tainer. Unflavored gelatine allows the fine natural flavorsof
with his wife, the former Gloria .
tart apples and tangy/ cranberry juice to come
Water., and four children. mold a plain bowlor
deliciously. Chill the mixture in u pretty
Grlffis Is a former salesman Miss June Hardy David Mc- individual dishes for a fresh-is-best treat for both the
with Shaw and Keeter, Gaines- Rae and Brant Turner left for dieter and non-dieter.
ville Ford dealership and with Valdosta State College over the Apple Crunberry' Whip
Mustang Mobile Homes in weekend. 2 envelopes unflavored 4 tablespoons lemon juice
Jacksonville. He has been with gelatine divided
Baldwin two months.Friends Mr. and Mrs. Carey Dickeyof 2 cups cranberry: : juice Vi teaspoon nutmeg
Albany Ga were weekend cocktail divided
guests of Mr. and Mrs JohnH. 4 cups sliced tart apples Vi teaspoon red food coloringVi
Of Library' Andrews.Dr. Vi cup sugar or equivalent cup non-fat dry milk solids
non-nutritive Vi: cup ice water
t Annual Meet Slated and Mrs. 1W. WhIt- sweetener
cocktail in
cranberry juice
Sprinkle gelatine over Vi cup
I fen attended the Florida Op- soften while assembling
allow to
a 5-cup blender container; Att New
tometric Association l'/j cranberry juice
other ingredients. Heat remaining cups
The annual meeting of the meeting Saturday In Orlando to boiling and pour into blender. Cover, process at low speed
: Bradford County Friends of the where Mrs. Whiffen Is Public: until gelatine is di olved. If gelatine granules cling to con.
Library Is set Monday,Septem- Relations officer for the State tamer use a rubber spatula to push them into mixture. Turnto
ber 25,at730pm.: at the Brad- of Florida Auxiliary. high speed and add apple slices sugar, 3 tablespoons lemon
ford County Public Library. juice, nutmeg and food coloring. Process until apples are
Interested are invited pureed. Turn into large bowl and chill until mixture mounds
persons Mrs Mark Hamilton and children -
milk with
when dropped from a Beat non-fat dry ice
to attend, according to of Tampa spent the week- water and remaining spoon.I tablespoon lemon juice until soft
Miss Norma Canova,president. end with Mr. and Mrs. Sher- peaks form. Fold into cranberry mixture. Turn into a 5-cup
rod Hamilton while Mark attended mold. Chill until firm. Unmold to serve. YIELD: 8 servings..ii All Beautiful

the National Guard camp. ._ .. _.fi ._aBnBaaaasaiilloa<.ioaoOOOOoaoOOoaao.ll. 0 fl 0 0 0 5 I
Baldwin'Sr. underwenthip I
M. A. and Jane
Misses Kay
surgery Monday in Alachua Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hill
General Hospital.Mr. Path of North Florida Junior have returned to their homeIn Miss Martha Dennis has returned -
.' College visited Mr. and Mrs. Laurel,Miss after two weeks to FSU and Reggie Flynn
and Mrs. Johnny Bar- R. V. Turner over the week- to U.of F.
rett entertained 16 guests at end. ter-in-law..
a barbecue steak dinner at their G. Hill at Kingsley Lake. C. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones
cottage on Kingsley Lake Sat- A vote for CASEY Is a vote G. Hill returned home last Fri and daughter, Phyllis, of Ba-
urday night. for kids day after two weeks In River- tavia, 111. were Tuesday and
side Hospital. Wednesday guests of Mr. and )
Mrs. C. R. Scogglns.
Keep CASEY Superintendent of Miss Sandra Huggins spent 19B
Schools. iV tt t Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Saturday to Wednesday with Mr. Mrs. Charlotte Williams of
visited Mrs. C.M. Fowler and Mrs. W. M. Meng at St. Eustis Is visiting her son and
visited and Dr. and Mrs. Donald ChubbIn Petersburg Beach. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Winter,Park over the week- Merritt Williams for several
Mr. and Mrs. John, Anderson end. weeks.

In Callahan Monday..l \ Keep CASEY Superintendent of
Wayne Blankenship la visiting Schools.
Mr. and Mrs. and Jackson Mrs. W. L. Joiner
in Starkvllle .. .. Mr. and
Mr.... W T 1 ._ 'W:,,'10? :
ItoyTurnet'fnVa1- Mls.UIIS': ,?/ ,,1PEpS ;. of l' Sarasota; were Tuesday> ; '

,t"jit' .'I 1."""" "Bt"1nso1l'dosia, .n..,..j S and_ aY.wt .. !.''",-!"-; 1'\ r.and. and family Mr.'R."V.and Mr.Turn and -guests of. Mrs.>w\-JU. D. Vlping., :: ei'rol ndOldsmobiles'

,.,. ;o' :. -, .. ...>Ii.. James i Bafron', :"attended .Mrs. H. M. Willis and Mrs. ( ts'
open at the General En- Robert Burns of Bradenton were
vironmental Equipment Co. in weekend guests of Mrs. Pearl "
Jacksonville last Friday night. Edwards. They were joined on 'nisrLAYM
Magnificent in Design. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ON
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Webber Herndon, Mrs. Ralph Herndon,
and children of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack Willis of Val- "
Outstanding in and Mrs. L. J. Cowart dosta Ga.
and daugher Mrs. Steve Cros-
by, Miss Vicki Cowart and Miss
Performance Rhonda Joyner of Gainesville A vote for CASEY is a vote
were Sunday dinner guests of for kids
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosbyand
Mrs. J. L. Johns.
Dodd and
Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon daughter, Cheryl, of Gainesville -
Ike of Jacksonville were were last Friday night
and family
of Mr. and Mrs.
of Mrs. Gladys dinner guests
Sunday guests
Weldon. Mrs. Weldon will have Jack Edwards.
'ii/ as weekend guests Mr. and
LJ1 Mrs. Charles Patrick and children -
of West Florida and Mr. P"eeCok
t ltl and Mrs. Peter Alogna and My Neighbors
children of Jacksonville on a LOVELY
\ Saturday.

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\ Mrs. H. H. Surrency of Hawthorne f r ''. 3
Is spending three weeks .. .. I 'r-,.
+ I with her son-in-law and daugh- "*!" .
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ter, Rev. and Mrs. G. L, Harper. x tfTV .., .. '"
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1 Mr. and Mrs. James Knightof ','i 0\ ( .'
.i Lake City were Wednesday r- CARS
visitors of her mother, Mrs.
W. E. Dowling. I
-:SJ1r "f
Members of the Methodist

Women's Sunday School class Were these II...only..f'at""II
honored Mrs. Olin White at a
could 1E..t'f-1 I hope,
birthday dinner Monday night | yon
realize we'll !I.<. the lust one
at the Red Lobster Restaurant.
out of the lllarri"!

visited Mrs. H.her G. Merow son'-ln-law) of Tampa and Drastic Discounts On 1972

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill -

.....- Mrs.Edwards EdithChristiansen on&inday. COUNTY TilE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Cars Left In Our' InventorySee

Mrs. Natalie Thornton, Mrs. Published every Thursdayat
Ella Moody, Mrs Alice Voylesand US: W. Call Street
Mrs. Edna Hart were in Slarke, Florida 32091
GSIEG Jacksonville Saturday night and
Sunday to attend quarterly, Second' class postage paid You At BaldwinsSTARKE
conference of The Church of at Starke Florida
Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints.' Subscription Rates:

PATENTED-AUTOMATIC OIL i I... trade area: $5.00 per
tZ.1t six months.
Mr. and Mrs.James Starlingand
the weekend Ontilde trade area $5.50
HOME HEATERS family spent
with Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs per earl; S3.00 six months
in Jacksonville.

It's the only home heater with Super ROOT i_=-----
Heatl! Pays for itself with the fuel It saves.

,: Built-in silent blower delivers the heat at

: floor level prevents overheated ceilings.Dial. FOOWAUCONTESTEVERY

: your own heating comfort, too. Turn of a dial -
regulates the oil to the burner and Injects ; iJJJ1mr'cAsR: : _

exact amount of air.Fuel-AIre Control stands
guard In event of power failure. Turns oil TO 301 NORTH Poi 964-7500

down when electricity goes off and back up
when electricity Is restored. Come In and see FLORIDA
outstanding SleglerOII Home Heater now. WEEK

Denmark' Furniture Co. ; See Page 8 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

434 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321. v s

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tals where you have received
Area News' Sites AddedTo o g treatment. However, additional September Is Better Break
medical evidence sometimesmay If our Scientists can figure away fast Month, Take Time, Eat A
1 to pt to the moon.why can'tthey [ Breakfast.
a't' V'U be necessary before a decision figure a way to get rid of Better
can be made. Then, a
]Historic Register person may be requested to the Lovebugs "
have an additional medical ex- .
amination, at no cost to him.

TALLAHASSEE. (FPR-) hjatorlrai.l property thAI .is Have a question about social Thank You I
:Teo:.mort 'orida ) ttwr a sit wOrtbeytngth : Under th e security: and its retirement, .
re'rich' In Florida and' program states nominatesites I'm getting disability survivors, disability or Medicare Bradford County
American history have been for Inclusion on theRegister. Q another Government benefits See your telephone -
added to the National Register These nominationsare payments from directory for lhevhone
of Historic Places. Secretary reviewed by National disability agency but my benefits application nearest number social and address security of office.the FOR THE. FINE VOTE IN THE FIRST PRIMARY..
of State Richard (Dick) Stone Register officials, who
tl I II has announced. operate under professional from social security was de- WilliamsOn
nied. Can tell me why? Frank
"We are proud and gratified criteria. you Keep ,
that these 10 Florida sites The .10 Florida sites officially A. You can get payments For, purpose of 'tourism,
have been added to the added to the Registerare under social security only if every city needs to have the Top
prestigious National Register : you are so disabled that you birthplace oa /amout man,
of Historic Places. Our staff DeBary Hall, DeBary, can't do any kind of gainful even. if he was run. out' of 'town (Pd. Pot AdrJ
specialists, dedicated to Volusla County; South Florida work. This definition of disa- :59 s ,years ago.
I studying Florida's and from ...................................
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accurately documenting it. do Polk County; Tarpon Springs that of other Federal agenciesor : -, .
the research for these sites Sponge Exchange, Tarpon private companies. There- -, :"'''-' < '. :
and this announcement Is Springs, Plnellas County; OldS fore, entitlement to disability : \\q. .
most significant for Florida" Luke's Hospital, benefits under some other :
Secretary Stone said. Jacksonville, Duval County '
would not
By law. Secretary Stone lathe Peres McDougall House, agency or i .
Kathy Phillips, Lillian Hall, Nannie Wetter.on, and state's No. 1 history and Tallahassee, Leon County; necessarily mean that you :
Barbara Scott, ((1-r), seem to be enjoying' Hampton' 'ice archives official. Research on Andrews Memorial Chapel, would also qualify for disability :. :"':){ ''', ,. I. I
sites nominated to the Dunedin, Pinellas County; St. under social l security.. ."' :
National Register I. conducted Marks Lighthouse, St. Marks .
Quite a number attended Gainesville visited Mr. and' by the Division of Wildlife Refuge, Wakulla Q. I recently applied for : ',. ,
Hampton's Senior Citizens Ice Mrs. Marshall Matchett Friday monthly social security disability :'
Archives, HI.tory'and County ..
v .
cream social. Out of town night and attended the Ice Records Management under Auditorium, DeFunlak benefits. Do I need to : ". .
visitors Included Mr. and cream socialwith them. Stone. Springs, Walton have a new special medical examination ." \. H : I
Mrs. Bob Ernest of Gainesville Mrs. OJ.,Boyette and Mrs. The National Register Torreya State Park,County; before my application II
: .,
Hampton City Attorneyand Vickie Jones of Lawtey visited .
Is federal Is
Mrs. Elate Sanders and Mrs. Marvin Williams and program a programand Liberty County; L &N Marine
I. considered the official Terminal Building, Pen- A. Not usually. In'' most
children of Starke, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Matchett Tuesday
Mrs. Carl Hoist, also of Starke afternoon. schedule of the nation'sj sacola, Escambia County: cases a disability determinationis
with their son Carl Jr. from Major Fred Sackett has obtained based on reports from your
New York, and several families his Real Estate Licenseand attending physician and hospi-* I I I
from surrounding areas of will be associated with A.J. .
Hampton Lake and Hwy 18 east. Thomas Realty of Starke.
Mayor and Mrs.Arthur Bruno Dick and Arlene Sackett spent Thank You .
were present with Mrs. Bruno two weeks with Dick's brother
taking pictures for the Senior and wile Fred and NUdle. Dickis :
Citizens scrap book. with the Coast Guard stationed > Brriford. County | r'\ .
Ice cream for the event was on the Cutter Point Verde at \ I
donated by Mayor Bruno and Dauphin, Alabama. rl Motors For Your I .
Of ',:'tt/ ; "
club members Buck Dennison, To' The Citizens /v I1a
Bill Fontaine, Lynn Hall andR. Eat Breakfast And Support And Voto I',
DeWaters. Ladles ttieclub: Be More AlertIn eo',., i.
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On Sopt. ;
donated the cakes and a numberof most homes, breakfast is BradfordCounty' .
people contributed white ele a hurried, tlxdt-yourself meal '
phants. Music was provided by since each family member : I
BUI Fontaine. starts the day at a different
Club members wish to express tune. But bresJtfaat' Is still im : Thank You Very Much For The
their thanks to all who portant. Studie* at the University

came contributed, making and It to a those wonderful who people of who Iowa eat Mve a nutritionally shown that For A Change Of Attitude &: Fine 'Support And Vote In My I

evening of fun and fellowship. adequate efficiently breakfast and are work more more alert A Change In The Educational i Behalf As Your Candidate For I
Next regular meeting will be than people who skip break.
October 6, 7:30: pjn. In the Support Sheriff Of Bradford.County.. i ii
fast.What System
Hampton City Hall. Come and Is a nutritionally adequate :

bring a friend. breakfast recommend? Many that breakfast nutritionists TEMPLE i The Job Is Only Half Done, I

THIS 'N THAT provide about 23% of the JIM Please Continue Your ;Efforts.s i
Mr. and Mrs. DonnIe Kno:> dally need not protein, carbohydrates CITY. STALKING-Coty I ',
vit nine and miner- NOW AND VOTE FOR "
of Atlanta Ga. spent the weekend Award designer, i
with Mrs. Knox'f parents, .... This dos '.not mean that Ralston, style this con '
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins. breakfast! luUrttf be a big mealor temporary cotton knit safari JIM TEMPLE .
take a long time to
Mrs. Knox Is the former Lenora prepare.A suit. The plaid bush jacket -
bowl of cereal with milk Is with inset belt and over .
Earnest of Hampton. a good atart toward the day'ssupply sized flap pockets teams up ON. OCT. 3rd .
Birthday greetings to Mrs. pot Adv.)
of needed nutrients. (pd
with straight-
Minnie Cay of Hampton Lake Ready-to-eat and Instant or legged matching pants. Representing ....................................... .. ...........
who was 91 years old on Thursday quick cooking hot cereal furnish optimum comfort and pe r- ,
V, Sept. 14. "She never misses fe1 i needed YfUmtaK;trort-cart '/formance. tn4L4!' fabric JJt*a
a service at the Hampton hops ttahydrates:\ 4,and II protein. To; .Aapun.nd: UamenLIf.4 9 '":"ir"1: >*r l UI8 wvs\ ., '.j
I. complete this ...y-to-i1:& break. and >
tlst church where she a ,knit of cotton polyester; ;:
-, member. fast add a citrus juice or fruit* .styled and developed by Cot- .. : It l 1973rand Chevrolet 1 roofs f. -," ; ,
s\ are
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ernest of enriched toast and milk to' ton Incorporated. ; opening;
..................NNNN.N N.N.N....,N..NNN........NS are'swiveling refracting
seats bumpers
... -- .I are ,

:. "t. ... hatches are flipping up.

: :

: : Did you ever have so much to stirred up about.' One of our new

.. talk about that you didn't know whatto bumpers, for example, is built around

: THEN HE rt say first? twin hydraulic cylinders. So on minor
j We're happy to report that's us impact, the whole system retracts to
: : for 1973. But since everything must cushion the shock.

: : begin somewhere It's standard, on all big Chev-

.. ,,,' .'- rolet, Chevelle and Monte CarloNew
"" ," r t e hp's
\; .....' l
i '" ...JIc. ,
: : : : 1'
.. j1Isn't New Nova Hatchback Coup.
: ':
: w : ; Look what'we hatched

.t .. it romantic? You know us for our little Vega

:: 'ta ,, i You see that rectangle beamingat Hatchback. Now dependable Nova
has one.' Which literally'makes it
you from above? That's a moon-
: ,. : roof. Not to be confused with a J hall trunk with the backseat down.
; It's a feature as practical as Nova
i sunroof. (Although many people will itself..
undoubtedly be caught using it like
one.) A power roof is available on
i Chevelle and Monte Carlo; a manualone J'y
Malibu Colonnade Hardtop Coupe.

I I on Bumpers Nova. are exciting? models. Nineteen different models to

Young Ladies And Gentlemen This year's are something to get choose from.
We've been thinking. about your legs

_. f.. f\f 4Vl
L ..lie ..... th e *M *S> **figs people!
: Don't Kias Your'',Earnings Goodbye. i : ilIEllll I'lill I asked us to improve in our popular

i Many Young People Have Growing : : Chevelle was leg room in the back-
s LL 4 seat. Well, your knees will be pleased
: Savings AccountalAtFIRST ;) i with the '73s. There's almost 3'/

more inches in the sedans.So .

I :FEDERAL I what else is new

Naturally this is only a taste of
what's new for '73.

i And Are Saving Toward Their Education Or Among other things, we're intro-

: Future''Marriage. Why Don't You Open A I ducing larger gas tanks for longer

Account? cruising range, a new Exhaust Gas
i Saving '::"!.-, Recirculation' system, a hatchback
: Passbook e Month ;I.ff,Sf 1 Year 2 Year --- for wagons, and a highly refined flow-

Savin. C.rtificata C.rtific.t C Aificetes I through power ventilation system.

5% 5.25W '5e75.% 6" seat Plus a reading light for front

_.. Assn __ t passengers, improved suspension -
Per P.r Amon hr A
1 Q NM.dy Par A IlJanl..e. Qa riedy. Ia: ,.,... quaA.elr z........ ca-t-I7 ........ systems, engines that give you
sue ..... SuOO Yla $5,000 1111. psAe1 Mtst ,. performance combined with gas
........ ''NI..t. ,- lnYlstlllttlt Iav.Nw.M economy, reclining seats and scoresof
,. .
styling changes.
I t' We invite you to see it all at your
Our H....
MOT rim. n.n. -f .... M 1,... Chevrolet dealer's.Btr .
r)4n- *.... I**.30>f-m. -
CIFIRST./. t.NFMr : "a.iex 2'-

r ',x FEDERALSavings tq1

and Loan Association of Starke ,ra.a... a

ae1N w (above) Caprlee Coupe. Our new uppermost (below) Monte Carlo S Coupe, America's aewntlOad diogabetterway
TtLf PHONI N4-ibe. ..... Chevrolet. Its luzury, comfort and quiet rid* rival the oar With the handling, of the finest European can,
1it "r. u.... 0' .5t.I.IfI"! 11..MAOIMN ST. ... most expensive eon you can buy. and the looks.. and comfort of an American car. to see the US Ailampton

Paw 4 Telegraph Sept. 21. 1972

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-----..1-..--H Slide Film Gives Civil War Film Showing-- Set At Raiford ChurchA

Manassas ,Battlefield 'to make Ine Stenholm, the director of
Answer to U.S. The Civil War has been called
CONT ST the Him accurate and authentic "Unusual Films" read some
"a war fought to music". Whe-
In every detail. Eva Car- 30 volumes about the
Economic BindA ther dressed In Blue or tray, rier, the Bob Jones University; civil some war and received tech-
fast-paced 95-color slide soldiers sang as they went Into faculty; member who wrote the nical advice from some of Amertca' -
battle. Often, during a lull In
devoted monthsto .
original script leading authorities on
presentation, "Joe Smith
v the hostilities the opposing
reading histories of the war the Civil War.
Wakes Up" narrated by the would "serenade" each :
camps biographies of the key men This film Is Insplrltlonal and
veteran radio and television other with "Dixie;" "The Bat. Involved In the story. In preparation entertaining.
personality Art Linkletter, tle Hymn the Republic,""The for her task. Kather-
EVERY WEEK gives a down-to-earth analysis Girl I Left Behind Me," "Just
of our present economic Before the Battle Mother.
"Goober Peas," and
"bind" and how it may be many IIIPP FOR TRACTOR CO.
See Page 8 solved. more. They sang majesticold
such "Glorious
hymns aa "
"Where Service lit The Better Idea.
Produced by the National ''i \ '> Things of Thee are Spoken"
'j;tIiiH, .11/1' .Lk .
-- "
Association of Manufacturers "There Is a Fountain, and SPECIAL ( '
the slide-film shows the "Amazing Grace."
Mood music this
fast-moving Civil War film, Is vital to
impact on a typical family of "Red Runs the River," will dramatic civil war film. The Principal melodic themes Buy The 542 !Hay Baler
which recur throughout the story
;= = foreign competition, excessive be shown at 7:30: Saturday,Sep- songs that were popular In the original, but many ot
l c wage demands, low proS tember 23, at Raiford Baptist "singing 1860's" are heard the popular songs of that day And Get New Ford Rake
ductivity growth and expensive Church. throughout "Red Runs the River -
: .. S government The showing will be open to ." are Numerous also Included.authorities on the Or Mower Free.Ph .
,GREEtjEWELDI"G The production according the public at no charge. War Between the States were 372-3461
to the NAM, has been timedto The 90 minute color pro- Pill SOn consulted on research trips to
: AND MACHINE WORK coincide with the beginning duction has a cast of more Performance Washington New York and the Gainesville 3 Mi. North U.S. 441
than 600 students faculty; and
of this
= year's political
'<*II' campaigns, and stresses the Greenville staff of Bo S.'Jones C. University; &W-K: *='.'.'.'.'..''.*:K.:'.:-.:-.>:;.>.:-x::<:*%:::xW:#'.:::'.;::::::-.:>>::P:'<' ::::.';:::::::::: ::..;..:..:-.:..:..;..:..:.'-'.:..:..:..:..:.. :;. :;:::;::::,:::::::- ;:::::: x:::: Waw ;:;
t ; Announces need to elect responsible A newcomer to Indianapolisin :::
more The story Is one of confUct- May might have thoughthe ; 3
I public officials as a means of of brother against brother, of had stumbled upon an air .... ..$
: THE OPENING OF A COMPLETES securing positive solutions to strong will against deep con- field. Every car at the track Thank You '
economic problems. viction. Central figures in the had wings.. .
:: ?:
TRACTOR To facilitate the ease of battle are Richard Stoddert E- namics years ago.wondered
t S SERVICE GAS AND DIESEL presentation, slides are pro- well and Thomas "Stonewall"Jackson with speeds experts going ever higher, :: .
of the Con-
: vided in a tray ready for the how a car could stay In contact
projector and Mr.Linkletter's federacy. with the pavement. The 11 FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SEPTEMBER -
characters In "Red
: Principal answer borrowed from
i Including was
narration is on a cassette- Runs the River" are Southerners the aviation business-but in ;1 12, 1.972 I RESULTING IN MY BEING rn
: : Automotive Air type cartridge which may be but this is not a tale of reverse. If wings allow planes
Conditioning And Repair Service played on any machine of this the South. The film Is more to fly then inverted wings ; IN THE I IMPORTANT OCTOBER 3, 1972 RUNOFF -
I : Automatic Transmissions should prevent automobiles ..r }'
Hydraulic Systems than a saga of the tragic "War ELECTION.
from This is the
flying. theory
:V: : Repair. type.The Between the States." It Is a .
I* price of $25 includes behind the wings on Indianapolis rr
slides in a Carousel tray, the moving personal drama of the machinery.Tests 11
: ALL warfare raging within the soul proved successful.But .
cassette recording and the : f
.. of a man. it then became necessary '. :1
Any Where: : Any time script. It may be ordered Dr. Bob Jones Jr., versa- to re-tune the entire chassis : MY SINCERE THANKS TO ALL THE VOTERS UHO M\IK)
i : from the NAM 1133: 15th tile president of Bob Jones and suspension system to take
IV Street, N. W. Washington, advantage of the flaps at. IT POSSIBLE. YOUR CONTINUED; SUPPORT AMI1TK)
the of
University; plays part
: GREENES WELDING ft MACHINE WORK UC.20005. General Ewell. Jack ButtramIs car.tached Space-age to both metals ends of knownfor the : ON OCTOBER 3, 1972 WILL BE: GREATLY APPIUCI.\TEU.: ) fs

: (Hampton, Fla. Phone 468-1734 .. Jackson; and Bob Jones HI, strength as well as lightweight 1 I ASK AND WOULD APPRECIATE ANY AND ALL SUITOR(' !
% $......... ........... appears as the flamboyant cav- were substituted in
tie .........S.....et p alry officer, '"JEB" Stuart. components that formerly ?:? FROM. EACH OF YOU \HIIO VOTED FOR PAUL HUTCIIINS.

upon withstood a racing the car.forces playing j{ THANKS AND ON OCTOBER 3, 1972 LETS: CONTIM: : THE +

Special shock absorbers also ? FIGHT FOR BETTER .I JUSTICE THROUGH ;A i BETTER 1 f:
Central were while developed.light in weight These,can items take, v; COUNTY COURT. 11 11L'
Heating And Air Conditioning a pounding that might cause 11i
t ordinary units. to "bottom" or i
ti.1 even fra'ture.Today's tf ''

No need to visit Tip:a racing ? Elzie S. Sanders 1j
: Installed shop for such a set of shocks. (PdPol.Adv.)

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Trustees Meet Today SFJC Classes Honors Achievements Diggers Scores 1st PrimaryWin

01 Youthful 'Squares'The DANIELS SUZUKI '
The Board of Trustees at ween NW 23rd jsd 39th Avenues. To Begin Diamond For Union Clerk's PostUnion 1 INC.
3000 NW 83rd Street.
Sante Fe Community; College at
will hold Its regular monthly All Interested' citizens are Week Late Is one of the most cov- '
County Commissioner .e
Invited' to attend the meeting eted honors bestowed on high .COurt Wit. ,
meeting on Thursday September County; Circuit 1: Paul Rlherd, hheltonArnold ,12.000 +
21. at 3 pum. on Its new which will convene In the board school students in Fairfield Clerk, Robert Driegen, who 794.County l,31Sj.; .. AcceptMl.
campus for the first time. Room of the Administration Classes at Santa Fe Community County, Conn.Established. had, three opponent in his bid Commissioner, Diet All
The new campus Is located Building the southeast buildIng ; College will begin one four years ago for a sixth term In office 5j; C. U. Crews, 1,133) tt Charles or .. Makes
Just east of Highway 1-75 bet on the MW campus. week late on Thursday; Sept. by Merald ,Lue, a Norwalk emerged as a First Primary Regar, 379 Royce Shaw, 600. 12 "
-.rpr..r---..--Yr r------YI ... 28, according to President Alan jeweler and Westport resident winner following .the counting School Board; Dist 2: Morris O Mo. ok Trade Ins
'. J. Robertson. of absentee ballots.Driggera' "tw: t
the award recognizesthe total includ- Dobbs, 1,162; Addlslon Warranty.
f B & F Etoks! & Equfenwt (a. j, opening President of Robertson classes at said all the of positive actions of high ing absentees final was 1,088, giving Shadd 897.County L. A Complete Parts & '
Judges A. -Drlggers -
will students working to- him 23 more than the combined .. .. 416r
the College's campuses re-elected with 1,509 L, ....___ .
't be delayed until September 28 ward their own future goals totals of his three opponents ; Accessories'T
Complete Wiring Repairs 'of t because of problems in the and for general community : Hoyt Mann 157: ; Viv- G. Alvarec, 640.
,1 Industrial Commercial and ResidentialNEW t tI completion of the new cam- betterment.The ian Brannen I67; and S. Bryan w -
pus near Highway 1-75 In north symbol Is significant Hendricks, 741.
I AND USED CONTROLS; t west Gainesville. for it marks a "square" in It was the first time In Ms '

MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT. t "The essential delay equipment In the and arrivalof ma- the venacular as a contributor gars 20 years had drawn In office opposition.that Drlg. Have The Appeal 1
terials" President Robertson not a waster and as a, Only one run-off for county .
1 24-Hour Service t tI stated "has made it Impossible constructionist not an iconoclast office will be on the Second Pri-
Phone .Keystone 473-3755' for the College to open mary ballot In Union County. Courts Grown
I M. C. ( ) Masses as scheduled on Sep- The sponsor said,."It is important This will be In the County; .' .. ,.
''L.--_ :. u'u't; tember 21." to show the numerical Commissioner Diet 3 race ,
President Robertson pointedout strength of young people between S.M.Brown who polled Away From You?
that five lost days will be who are contributing and do- 793 In the First Primary and .
made up by holding classes on ing worth-while things that Skip Woodington, who had 716. ,
three Saturdays In October, by A. Everett Crawford ran third
do overshadow the '
Thank You cutting one more day from the they recalcitrants with 716. ,
Thanksgiving holidays, and by and that the Dia- Following Is the final vote Tyrlo adding one day at the end of mond Square movement is In other races after absentee Farmer Mechanic Lawyer And Judge Truly ThtPeoples'
Bradford' County the term which will now end designed to bring about a ballots were counted: r., ," ,
on Friday, December 15. greater awareness of exemplary For Tax Assessor: Wilfred t Candidate.
Voters For Your The change in dates Presi- young people. They are Croft re-elected with 1,242; t

Support And Veto dent College's noted, non-credit will not affect classes the the doers in their chosen activities Joyce 284. Dukes 34; T. S.Thomas, TYRIE Boyer Is Endorsed By The People .In The.. .
they the doers in
On Sipt. 12 which will open on October 2 hiifh school"are School Superintendent: JamesH. County'Where Both The Candidates lived, Practiced,
as scheduled. Cason re-elected with 1,146;
President Robertson added lie added that the young Glenn S, Howard, 950. t Law,And Sat As Judge, Tyrle Boyer Received 28,820 t
t that the Student Orientation people who are doing worth Supervisor of Elections; Lot.
planned for this week will also while thiiigH are! developing tie Lee Archer re-elected with Votes To 15739 Votes For His Opponent.

be moved back one week to capabilities> needed for .solution 1,568; Ida Mae Fortner 553. Tyrie Boyer Pledges A Court Attuned To The People ,,. .
Wednesday, September 27, but of present and future .
For A Change Of Attitude that the Faculty Planning Day problems constructively: -- He Cares. $
will be held Wednesday, Sep- --1
Educational'" while the violent rebels become 1
In The ,
A Change
tember 20 as scheduled. unprepared. "cop-outH." 'IheOldmFuNU n

System Support < I In the past three yearn tc ; TYRIE
Ice Milk Shake more than 400() Diamond
Atop Cereal Square awards have'' been I _
JIM TEMPLENOW made in Fairfield County.
Children often enjoy some
thing just a little different for Recommendations tome from .\::!: ciir i BOYERdUDGEDISTRICT '
AND VOTE FOR breakfast. Whip up a slmpl Diamond Square and other \"
milk hake and pour It over substantial citizens The ',;1' :
JIM TEMPLEON To their complete favorite breakfast this breakfast cereal, uwaul certificate reads thatit 1,>oJ"U .J t
add a glass of Juice and buttered is: a recognition of n young ,' hum | 4.l4 IIIOK! .>four COURT
OCT. 3rd toast. person of constructive. and fund MI "'iwlilna-lon.. 't"A
exemplary, qualities. IJ.C.:..h..nlIIN'! .lu'n..1| '.'u..ol OF APPEAL DISTRICT

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Pd. Pol. Adv. By A.B. Blackburn, Treasurer

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SEPTEMBER 19, 1972



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E-4 through E-6 with I ,
DEAR CITIZENSi less than six years '

1'"" ". tier.., I"$ 1._ ,' service for pay purposes
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE 5THIS OPPORTUNITY"TO: : EXTEND .v:' andjiave been out less


AND TRUST IN MEAT THE POLLS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1972, ; come back to the Army
MY SINCERE THANKS. y f with no loss in rank orI ; ; ';; '

_*'_. f.pay. Provided a vacancy!: / A '\1'Z' : A 11JjY' ( A KI S;: i'' I' '. : '

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THE RESULTS AND THE POLITICS INTOfcVED IN THE VOTING IN grade. If have !u ff** k H ''isl';'H'HHMl' f 'tHjsBBV'-* Vs iW Ji0' / ? -'' ssVsiBiK'1'<' tfM bl-l : ; ssssiV'P' )
you been sf ( \ ; ; 0 ; :!
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than .
COUNTY COURT JUDGE, MAYOR CARLJUP3T. separated 18 months more you may > V. .. .. .,,::;:'..);... .. .i\.I.C:,;... > /:;(,;,;Il'\gUIJl::,::,:. \: ." :'>.,;, ';,..., "" ; ,,,:, 11'1\;");'>:':"'"''<;,+:,': :m'ern'::, ,(,::/- ; ;', :, <: ,:::: ''u. /

return at a grade I
determined by ths Army.


YOUfl"NEXT ;.:.lrr::..:---.S.lJ.:::.... ..!.. .,.$.-..97!> A LOCAL MAN BECOME: COUNTY COURT JUDGE
ION OCTOBER 3rd. I REMAIN, '" -' ...oana'


SINCE.ELY' : :.J Who Can Do The Best Job For

t Bradford' County In Tallahassee?

(Pd. Pal. Adv.) ,

f""d'b 4YNw BILL LOCKHART Can! :

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"..'A...,..a4..N.DO....,.." : PUBLIC DEFENDER. IIOMTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Level Of Government In Tallahassee'" ij' .'.: t;
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.I.- ; PHONE 3782497 t AIN: (SV IL L 1. FLORIDA' 3260 :' Lockhart Is A Collep Graduate; :,

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September 17. 1972
J '. Bill Lockhart I Is A Husband Vnd Father. :,,' \
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... A .>,'.., P. -) (" _\. Bradford County Needs A Strong Voice To Open The Bottleneck On 301, :,
;-" 2)bo! -"
.. In !Nassau County ,
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I Bradford County Needs A Strong Voice To Keep Camp Standing Oppen."4 ': :.
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1 am deeply* grateful fot:' the confidence you showedin Bradford.County Needs A Strong Voice For Agriculture A Voice That ,)

me by the vote & received in last Tuesday's' Understands Things Like Fire Ant Eradication. Farmer's Market ,* '. <

election.this trust..My .I shall alway"s'trive to be worthy of The Disposal Of Dead Birds Pesticides Right(To Work Legislation ,J

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'0'; -. opponent, .James,, L. Ton4, !\ neon.i.'a'lne.lawyer,, 'Jf.ii't"".,' ... .d ) t'
; and man. This madetne' "\Qic..v.n'mor.!, difficult'I'':, a. : ,
: 'for' many'. X congratulafe!'! on the manner in which Bradford County Needs A Strong Voice For Education i;,: .A Voice That

', Believes Discipline In The Classroom Comes First'...t. And. That. Money ,7
'received.el'; Only. Helps If ReachesThe Classroom. 4" .;

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the American .way. I res'pect your opinion and your County Needs Strong Voice! For A Man It';{
involve i
willingness to get in the election process.To Who Salaryycdnedules. .. .
Barganing ... I '"
nderstands.Collective. ; tt: .! )
those who worked so hard for me and who voted r
for. I humble ', I. ". f "tula* ""
me say a thankyou.: :,
.\ .a Who In Tallahassee?".' '> ::1-:
'=, -. Sincerely ) .' Can Do The Best Job For Bradford County ,<' .; .

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and pet tJ'I'IIo Low In Calories But

your FLORIDA ; NowilWasl1lNm&8f; High In Nutrients DeV/itt/ C. Jones Funeral Home

-WILDLIFEW For a breakfast low in calories .
IIJ Joyce Champion but high In nutrients
By:TED KAVANAUQH,DIRECTOR tr..4 start the day with fruit or tSsr STARKE
'" : juice a bowl of favorite

., COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS ton New.* this clothing mourner appearing will In.In of cereal enriched with nonfat tout with milk margarine a slice "ev",; PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE

Cats Are Wonderful Pets by dud permanent car labels and a glass of low.fat milkto ---
deanconsumers how to drink. This breakfast pro.
There are 22 million family- is a wide selection of good Dr O.E Frye Jr. : The govemment-r.qufr.d Tides only about 400 calories HEIGHTS
owned cats !In the VD1ted8tat. commercial cat fooda on the but contains many of the more
., according to the Pet market. Scientifically formula Director fag permanent spew out apparel of eat consumer than 45 nutrients needed daily : : PHONE 47.1-3176: : I
Food" Institute and most likely ted, these are superior to a GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION confusion amid th* many for good nutrition.
.,fct all their owner would agree .table,scraps diet of uncertain change: in manmade fabric
with Mark Twain who wrote: nutritional value. -- Hang tags containing the
"A horn without a eat a Some commercial foods combine Information gnrally are
","U.ted. wef-petted and property .;, the desired high protein (FPR.Situated) among the benefit wildlife and Its habitat.He misplaced, thrown away or .
revered cat may be a content with all the essential' vast open Everglades of south has benefited, but not too numerous to consult con ..
( perfect home, perhaps butbow vitamins and minerals your Florida stand 65 yuarter-acre exclusively,because Florida's veniently.the Label built into Elect E
I can U prom its title?' oat is known to need for dally momuments to what Florida outdoors belong to all of beet garment answer *seem to be the .

A* peta, cats are delightful- maintenance. sportsmen and the Game and Florida's citizens and not just Since the labels ar* null FRANKr FU'LL
creatures. They are quietly affectionate Some others, however do Fresh Water Fish Commission the sportsman; In essence the the terminology necessarily TIME REPRESENTATION
well mannered, bn not; these foods are best used can do by U brief but accurate. Moet of
I dependent; they possess beauty for occasional feeding or for working together. sportsman Is paying more the care instructions selfexplanatory. .
I grace and noble cUKf ty. mixing with the maintenance The danger of high water than his fair share while all' Among are the WILLIAMS I I PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONTACT
\ Though easily trained and type food. during storms, or fire during persons enjoy the benefits. latter,contained in the Amer., 1-d. .
cared for cats are discriminating But you don't have to guess drought summoned the Isn't It time for all Floridians lean Apparel Manufacturers' LAW
eaters. They prefer day. 'which Is which. Just take a resources of the Commissionand to share equally In this endeavor Association car nude, ere
today variety, and *t room. moment to check the labels conservation-minded ? the following: Washable/

*>: temperature, please. when you're shopping. A complete sportsmen Into one common Penalizing; a .few for the Wash Machine: Wash Washable/Machine bleach dry and 0 ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT
Feeding Their Majesties list of ingredients and effort "the deer Island. good of all is not a tradition we press by any customary method ,..

Fortunately catering to their:. guaranteed analysts for The deer island Is more than support. We owe it to ourselves including commercial ht O TRI COUNTY ECONOMIC GROWTH
appear '
gourmet Ustes Is. both easy Information and assurance. just a haven for Florida's to take part In saving laundering \
and economical today. There a your. white-tail herd; It serves as a Florida's natural environmentand Warm wash/Warm si

winner Normally healthy and self refuge for all the wildlife that should.be equally... 90 ting/Warm to no degrees rinse:Fahrenheit.Us water .. PRACTICAL ENVIRONMENTAL (POLIClO '

V sufficient, cats will stay well breed and live in. the quiet willing to pay foKits cost.;,An (Hot wash instruction call I ..,.,
under conditions unsatisfactory stillness of the "river of Upcoming referendum vote to for 130 degrees or hotter.) LOVE BUG ERADICATION: :
for dogs. However certain grass". The large mound of 'use $240,000,000 for the purchase Durable press cycle Per
vaccinations are necessary muck and grass shadows over. of environmentally manent press cycle: Use epv
along with the veterinarian's the propriate machine setting, QtfAjLlTY EDUCATION
of fresh
pool water
periodic checkup. ; endangered lands and lands otherwise use medium wash ....
laps the shore where trees for recreational use offers an cold rinse and abort spin
take root and willow bow in excellent opportunity to step cycle. 0. CRLNJE CONTROL CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
the wind. While It Is a picturesque forward. Providing a means Hand washable/Hand
.. view to many it Is for people other than just wash: Launder only by hand
in lukewarm, hand
a life-giving vignette for hunters and fishermen to able water. May be bleached.
our endangered species. Here share in the cost of protectingand May be dry cleaned. "/'", C.uunimn; Srntfln 1';
,:,,\' the Everglades Kite finds a managing wildlife is (If the fabrio should not T\X! RELIEF NO NEW TAXES
'."I home above the alligator, the another, and we sincerelyurge be bleached starched or dry ,. f Krnton \"JI.
,1 $ Everglades Mink stalks his the of cleaned-or. conversely, dry
support everyoneIn cleaned only-th. label will Back' Into Our Government'Vote
prey raccoon achieving both. Can we so indicate. No reference is O
vJULIAN '''' ... 41a his dinner, the deer browsethe afford a Florida without its made to borax additives suchas

': E. McRAEHe ", ..>\ ; t underbrush and the Indigo wildlife legacy! Borateem, because they are SERVICE' TO SENIOR: ( CITIZENS
snake compatible with all fabrics and
slithers among the The Florida Game and
> '
just won the National ;,j, rocky crags. Here wildlife Fresh Water Fish Commissionserves colors)) FR NK .
a Hand Wash
Sales hivvcmunt Awardin Did You Know reigns supreme, far from the as the bulwark against Hand wash alone or separately with like: COUNTY \WIDE TOLL "FREE

life insurance!, given by That'a cat catches a mouse problems of Man. such an eventuality, but time colors 'TJ-CEPIIONING;>
the National Association! of hiding in the darkness becausethe Many man-hours of sweat and population pressures Tumble dry/Machine WILLIAMS I ;
Life Underwriters. And mouse emits infra-red rays, and toil have been given to weaken our defenses and we dry: Dry in tumble dryer at
that's ,prt'tty good sign guiding tho cat's thermal sensitivity help these animals, with still need your help. Much ,work specified setting high me-. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
that people like what he's ;, as the warmth' of thesun's more man-hours promised for remains to be done and the dium low or no heat
sellinii! "I. ; rays guides a blind man the future.The deep Island Is
a Commission cannot hope to DISTRICT,25
\ What he's selling Is his ti.- That a cat walks or runs by good example of Man showing achieve without (For a free copy of the Informative j-aso

ability. His ability to help moving the front and back legs his concern over the environment support.success your Washbasket"booklet, write, "The to Miss Now Your Mare For The Job! Frank Williams
their on one side then thoM on the
people protect \\I,I
: and doing Joyce Champion, Manager,
other.: The only other animals By working together and
financial future be it
familyor Consumer Information. 20
something about it, But as is
that move like this the pooling our resources. Floridacan
business.In life, health. and. nroup camel and giraffe are so frequently the case, it Is the and shall preserve -her Box MULE 76878 TEAM Sanford Products Station, P.O. VOTE FOR AND ELECT FRANK WILLIAMS

Insurance, tall in a real winner. '-, That a free, interesting hunter and fisherman who wildlife heritage Los Angeles, California '
booklet ."Basics of Cat and bear this burden for the goodof I'm optimistic because I 90075.) YOUR FULLTIME REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 25
Kitten Care," Is available from: all citizens. need to be. as we all need to
Pet Food ,Institute, Dept. AL, The I P,I. Pul I AHv.)
Life of sportsman has be What is at stake is too big
Georgia;..w''fLor. } 111 E. Wacker Or, Chicago
traditionally met his
surrender It Is our future the
Illinois 60WU. Enclose a self
.Iauranc.1; Cn".nyul.. l.v; ifHia -, responsibility
addressed No. 10 envelope. squarely; lives of our children, the
always willing to take more future of the human enterprise .
out of his pocket in an effort to ,


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,I' Over "* f fA Special AsilsUnt Virginia to President Knauer Nixon L :_ ". I

"' For Consume Affairs

,;0.tFreetbnates:: Has this happened to your .

You so to your mall box expecting<< n letter from ,(r I yI ( j

your son with pictures of your granddaughter's .. : r I ... .
/ RfvIRONS birthday pnityv You sort through six'em'elopes and '

A r'M: : find you have nothing but so-called "junk mall."

i Not' onl> do >'ou' 1111\\'"' a to you.
"let down"' fivlinc, but you If >'mi. want to rid your
are anni<)'i< PHONE 9648624. for tlim, mini-order.. cutulottt, mud I. Mm .hnuld aik tho r
., ** *is..J t nuiirtuiiio' .ub'i'iiitioii|' offer' Dmct I Mail, Alvortl.nll', A.- ; .with .. ati ?
and till the othtr ilihirlUnunu *-. .",true. mid tho V.. 1'ontal .. enduring, "
.... -. .o -- in your mail nut all Strxlcv for help,
of It I.I .correctly, uddrooedA I Dhtct Mall AilxortmingAIIKIHliillun protective
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miniumiM. that fond nchortl .
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mmlinir lieu To remove
your nanii from thv liatg
T IEREes iiitk the tiJMoctution for a"nRlllo"'mll"DI"
i application.
finni.hni, you return the
farm,' the iidHiHiution. will, reiu -
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fi''>i''v nomneniborM, to ftniitv J
ThosptK* to* .> >'imr iinnu from their
PRICE TAG hot within ill dnTo \"*.
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YOU'LL LIKE formrittf Consumer' Rc-
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'! A.m>imtlon. lne..*230 warm rich tone "old world salem" finish
the Tiik, Axe, New York, .\",
on hllll'>l T.Atiui.:. '

.t. CHEFeisa ntimedvmovnl" |, the .iciucv floelntinn" I I. not The rich, good taste of this Colonial styled suite adds a note of FRAMED VERTICAL MIRROR

I Ir. paar..aa:. dopitriu'd, to take your name quiet refinement, warm and dignity to your bedroom. For here's ROOMY 4-DRAWER CHESTa
Ctoan me wNaiwna.thlR. eMSWVAS4.B
GAS RANGE olT li".t-one tuch' contpany'a at a mail mailing,order world of storage space in the large double dresser and chest FULL SIZE POSTER BED
cmuloir-without taking It
i."if hate of all enmpmmiea.To| Construction is of excellent quality with center guided, dust-
iinioit your name from an

you 11I.Ii'iduDCOmI'DII will. \hato make)'' your Hit, proofed drawers. Plastic tops are mar, scratch and stain 95

;t3 own.. II'eviRI| ,written, request rich old world salem finish with massive shaped
t the company .... ant. reslst.SI
The l.S. Poiul Service
OMe DOOM. em help you tJ>> pet your on drawer fronts accented with ornate antique finish
lag tai...i me L.r.1. .Hw mine olT all mailing lin.
\ -. utd l by "smut peddlen." A ware. Truly magnificent furniture that will give you
+ i'' Fedunl" I law protect you

tCt mid liiir\ setuolly>'ojr f"nI1)oiiented, from recei material owning and budget priced too. Many other pieces to choose ALL AT BUDGET MINDED

In the mail.
Ask a clerk at your local from all budget priced. IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PRICES WITH EASY TERMS
"po t office for a copy of form
N... .::!dl. Fill out the form Reg. Sale Reg. Sale
Including, name and
your ,
; !.ame, of other. In your Dresset'-139.95--115.o0 Student DesIc- 89.95 78.OO
family! and return It ta the Triple
.wise .Vela troy
a Si..aww n.ai a..a.a..i .. petal" clerk The Postal Serv. Single Dresser-89.93- 78.00 ,Comer Desk 64.95-55.OO
i.. a Mw.iN.naxL. lie in Waihlniton will add Nite Table9.93.43.00Bachelor
,your form,. It. hit of per. 5 Drawer Chest-84.95 73.OO
I a .>>n' who dj, not want. to receie Chest-64.95- 55.OO Spindle Bed ,-69.95-6O.OO
pornography| and the -
lial will be mad available. KingaiteN
e; ta, 'all mail.... of pornoffraphie eadboard-
material! Thirty 69.95 --60.00
sia3 days' after your name it N
added to the Hit. any mailer
who tend you sexually
w-- oriented adxertiiement lifub'ect uTS
s, ,1
to civil and criminal 434 West
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IeOai'action by the Postal Call Street SiI tL
SawyerSladeGas : Sen Ice. 964.5827

If you writ to Mrs.
And Appliances I Knauer. address your card etf:
t b. letter to "Dear Ylrglafa"ol.e. .
of Consumer. Affaire,

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:!I During Season # ,'I 1 aD .00 :. CI S H iI WILLIAMS oQONb.r 9 JEWELRY I::

(Pl.... Do Not Ut. M...*..) :

I : Fill''In the blank' with your gun and bring or get to registration our star Everybody Eligible Except Baldwin Ch.v. .. . . .. . . . -(, ''TIRES r I DC J :
6 Friday preceeding game Employees
: before blanks at p.m.our stor. '. Telegraph Carl Hunt . . . . . . ASP e

:. My Guess I.. ENTRIES MUST BE IN TELEGRAPH OFFICE coop.,'. Nursery . . . .. .. . III' Phon. 964-5800 :
Cash & Carry Tins .'. . .. . .. . . 412 E. Call St.. : i
: STAR6F----, : vs.BUCIIIIOLZG'YI----( ) BY 6:00: P.M. FRIDAY Eagles' . .. . .. . ... . . I'155EfN.R'fK14h&FIRIITJRESwill ; : 1'

: During Football Season, Starke Builders Supplies / First Fdral . . . . . . > WHOLESALE PRICESManufactured .
: NOW :
give 3 of these leg. size footballs each week FREE. Enter Contest Florida B an k'... . . . .. And Tested To Meet Our High Standards Of. I
: Be sure to fill in this blank or get blank at our store Florida Pest .,. . .. . . . . F While There Is' 'No On. Syst.m :

: and first have 3 with it in correct our store score by or 6 nearest p.m. Friday.correct In scor ease willwin.of tl., CONTEST RULES Jackson Builders ... . .. .. . .. .. O Quality f Quality And Standards Performance.Or G;rading Used By All Mfgs. You :

: Manning Hardware . . . .. . . All
: NAME . . . Each weekend football, In games each misses'!Ie games unless will marked be counted as tie.as N.w M.thod . . . . . .. . ... Can B. Sur. That
will be selected one ASTROSTAR TIRES, :
: ADDRESS - - PHONE - - ad on this page. >Indicate which Games played before Friday OlinsMobil. H om.. . . . . .. . ,. ,
: Starke Builders\ .. team you think will win and write game night will listed bo Incorrectly thrown out.due Any to Stan's Boot.ry . .O'.O'' . .. .\RL: UI1.11 I \ ntiirARKANSAS I :
111I..5. the of the team opposite
sill the' name advertiser's' name In the :Or Incorrect; due to Incorrect Stark Appliance . .. . .. .. .. . ,. V$. OKLA. STATE :
: .
: Information will be
Jaefl tft aWM stBag BMircMflMS entry' winner.blankNO SCORES,J Just thrown out. Stark Build rt. .. . .. . . . . :
the A two time winner will be Stark Chrysler Ply. . . ,..O'' . . . Updated fashions'cafl
: eliminated from participating T.I. raph . . . . . .. . .. for updated drycleaning
., The mostrewarding In the remainder of contest. q . . . . . techniques. leiTuy yuu bouxhl I:knit S
Trwillgars Motor.
e The prizes will be awarded The decision of the Judges Is O'O'' polymer r pint tint I such J+lhi s superb. K
:. each week on the basis of most final. Williams I J.w.ry I . . .. . .. ... .. *Original I I, Would.. y"IIu.lllwl''h |u..ny.n., l ul'f
Tho be idea III l liilluw" R ft K ik .
dryclrinmK' M i n
.. games of He selected I, plckanumberwhlch correctly. Incase All advertisers and employWoodburn'I G.m Jewelry.. . . . . . .dv e trust.. il In Ihu .juol. our Sjnmine dry r ?
: 'TIt: elDdnn", 1 Vundenundlhrnrwsyntheucand' r,'
will be the largest are eligible to win. Only '
you think ees BREAKER. and ijbriit And know how loyour :
In Cos of a tio the one closer to the most L n.ilurul iibi'rt we l
of scored by Bradford County Telegraph employees ,
number points any ,
'' flirmrntu\ tjfrly' to thvir frcvh like 1
: one team that Is listed In con- are not eligible to enter most points scored by any on. team writ. this number'e". new(ipppjrtini o, 'In Ihu.n wof.Id,our .
test, and write this number contest. In tpac below. |.it the drydi'jmnK' |I.nui.>s llul. koiMn up lo dale + :
book In the space provided In the entry Clip out entry and mail or I THINK .-.............POINTS WILL BE THE You can trust:an expert':like' r, :
= : blankthis will be used bring to Bradford County Telegraph \R A K.Andvoucan I Irulusas :
: a tie breaker. In the event P.O. Drawer A. Starke MOST SCORED BY ANY TEAM LISTED., Sanlon e
,: : a tie still exists the total Fla. All entries must be in! Name . . .. . . . . . LAUNDRY PICK-UP :
:: you'll ever: cash among pot the will winners.be divided equally our OnlyoneentryPLEASE hands by 6 p.m. .Friday. Phon No.' . . -. . .. -. .. AND DELIVERY

_.'' Address . .. .. . .. .. .. . MISSISSIPPI vs. S. CAROLINA :

:: :: Fill It Out Now. City. ..... ... .. . . . . . .. I NEW METHOD CLEANERS :

ea. Phone V64-5704 311 N. Temple Av. :
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lOr Gem Jewelry
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: ACCESSORIESWin 109 East Call St. Phon. 964.5211 .
:.' savings book tells you that your .
-". : safely-in' <>ured money! is growing with each deposit WATCHES SEIKO CROTON tl :' ::
: and earning generous Interest too; : Every Week .yes MIDO ELGIN q Clothing A nd Shoes :
: with perhaps For The Entire
Start Today
saving us.
'Y : With Values Emm; : Family. .
.if < tlStan's I I d 1'ENI'; ;DINTS' BR\CEI.ETS: : V.

i :s- .: FLORIDAAT I BpoteryvtWNS :J .. .: '.""rI. t FATHERS TIE BARS AND TACS % JBobbi jMfss America Brooks Shoes Levis Farah jf Slack; :

4 ::: :.B ,. rcC'! ."STARK rMember .. ". ', ; AND BOYS Largest/ Stock Of jewelry in Bradford County iJantien Redeye Sportswejarr\{ i Thorn Suede Mean Leather Ked :

: Federol Deposit Insurance C.?* CUFF SETS TIE BARS AND TACS (Bleaker Str..t
Subsidiary of Florida National Banks.o FJorldo, Inc. SPIDEL PRINCE GARDNER Toni'Yodd :
: Value* to SZ8.00 \ .' Melissa Lan. :
Watch And Jewelry Repairing With 40 Years ExperienceMISSISSIPPI Ij*" 5v irm.
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: Can Provide Complete Information On All Types Of Cooling a Now .On Display At 5iWUU'lIl 1 :

: For I Complete; Air Conditioning: Service From The Initial ::
: M.ilUtion To Full Service You Can: Depend On'In_Future COUNTY I ';
"."r."I1-/1\\; / PLYMOUTHS :
: PERSONNEL TRAINED TO I Top Quality Used Cars |
SERVICE ALL MAKES i /iitemp Eleet... I U.S. 301 North Phone 964-7500/
: ;
323 Brownl. Stark., Flo. .' U S. 301 NORTH STARKE PHONE 964-6600 :

: _....:..mu'.u.lb"..., ;GHRVSLER CARL HURST "Sooner or l.aterYour Favorite Dealer" CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHTENNESSEE :

: L.S.U. vs. TEXAS A & M :
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!.: 2111H.TMPLEAVE.Nursery And Londscopo PHONE>..'..... I 19/73/ 3 FORD MACHINES Kick OffYourSavinps. --. .:= .. ; :::

: Our Service Include Typewriters Plan With Us :
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i SPRINGING'; srRls".i'iR_ _: : 51 5TEI1S Now On Display BRADFORD ,COUNTY FIRST' FEDERAL, !

TELEGRAPH Savingi and toil: Auocuiion ol'Suikt :

: Call 964-8104 For Free Ettimatet .AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER. ml'_.':;:;;" :.
: Tcrv/illegar Motors -Thrrfncrrrl.rkee'W" ;

: DUKE vs. STANFORDwvvwvvaYvv

nY.rw iv For Maximum Beauty :

: THE ANSWER TO TODAY'S !UVINO' NEEDS., .. McCulIoch announces! To cont'oIKaleln..c"and JACKSON Mon,HOURS Frl.,7:30T05: :

.r t ; .p t ... v the Mini Mac L IMANNIN6S SPRAY red spiders,, shrubbery iniivni.\4. sri ii v So.:
should be
JI e ,'wtv sprayed during
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N"t ', 'N the r>..I. wtelit before'
: -- cold weother $ev, in" frost H. CHERRY ST. :
: "" .' THIS Will S99 9s&r SHRUBBERY can damage. that Stark., Florida I
I have uil b*.n sprayed :
= D.I.| ](. 12 x 65 2: 8M'*'n 0 _m. ,far. | WITH US
: C.ntralAit 'Conditioning Hot One or Iwo,proymgw/sit'
.. C'rptr, Frost Free, Deluxe tats,, .5'y 895 /ys t .m..bionhouldbeappli.d ,Prompt Service :
Furniture Double In*. 30 Gel. Heater ,? O.IDA NOW'for belt retultt. On.

2 .1ST Quality Merchandise
i Oi1n fjftthita', Hem* 5.111''I. ONTROL Our staff ol'trained experteMomologiitt At Ii
it ready to Cem--
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Poinciana Goes Wild' Without Any Harm ICD ;!. :s=.R.J )

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:.F e nurtured An ecologists dream Is being GAC Properties,developers,for Merrill, the Chicago-based firm

: fulfillment In and reaching all of the acreage, of which 40 that designed Polnclana's By J.fIIC)*.VESELKA
Poinciana the
per cent will be left as "open community 'development.
"New Town" FPR.Florlda'l) continuing
emerging on the ( representatives themselves.
center, the and
developing plan
space throughout the state
with out-of-
I 48,143-acre popularity
tract that straddles Expenses also are on a
its execution.
: ; Osceola and Polk Counties The boardwalk has been overseeing state visitors Is no accident, Onqe; limited to distributing cooperative basis allowing
as; south of Orlando.An constructed 'Much can be attributed to the literature through the state'sofficial
ACTUAL CONSTRUCTIONis (:,travel show exhibit, many communities and
Florida of
isoq-ft. boardwalk through the heart of dense'natural being handled by A ft: W Department these community groups are agencies to participate in
(FDC) travel-show
described as Reedy Creek growth from a newly Construction of Kissimmee, In Commerce now offered the opportunity to shows they might otherwise
Overlook Is rearing completion created parking lot, down to which AI Cusano and Wilbur program which acquaints participate directly After the miss because of staff or
visitors with the
Reedy Creek and return in the Thompson are principals.Used prospective budget limitations and. at the
Florida is
1 on a forested sector of the state's palm-fringed beaches display transportedto
shape of a loop.It in the board time, enabling the FDCto
building same
property that undoubtedly wasa subtropical clime and myriad the show site and set intooperation.
favorite hunting ground for will be one of the out. walk was "high density" heart attractions.. y FDC personnel redirect vital tax dollars to
: early Indian Tribesmen who lI4if1l1.Ur. loosfQlfyWtor.S: tiay of pine from South Florida, a Coordinated by the FDC the entire exhibit area is then additional cooperative
.. and residents.alifc-an-'outdoor uniform wood that has long life.The ions.lJon' .
proceeded white settlers to the Division of Tourism, thestate's turned over to the individual
*/ venture and a visit into the lumber was personally _
area -
natural wonders of Florida as it selected Arra. participation In major
e THIS IS ALL just a part of the by travel shows effectively
was in the time of the Indian During construction workers
*> ecological plan.//developed' lorI and the pioneer settlers covers the most valuable
In the dense
toiling undergrowth
markets in the United States Iteliere Rumors!
felt themselves
and Canada. This year's
Ior under the of startled
wary eyes
is highlighted by a
deer and other wildlife as program
they ?
penetrated their haunts. It was new cooperative concept, in Bill Lockhart Is
which local groups and the
customary sight to see a racoon
FDC combine efforts for
scampering along newly placed maximum effectiveness.The .
.. handrails.
? s
I new concept enlists the Annexation In Starke
a.j active cooperation of all
:; CANDIDATE .. POINCIANA OFFICIALS Florida chambers of com- ,.
... TiL pointed out that when the merce as well as local 'or And Keystone Heights
e..... project is completed sometime
and tourist-
regional agencies
... 41 in early October, dedication
oriented organizations
Si ceremonies will be held at
'Ie'" County Court Judge which time is Reedy Creek a s. .1100l 0o ii
n Wilderness RoadHauling Overlook will established as a o of
.On* memorial to Lucien. Pendrey. f

'* heavy heart of pine timber along completed section of Associated with Brevard
Reedy Creek Overlook (lop photo), young men Illustrate handwork Engineering the firm that did
t' Thanks You For The which went Into building sturdy boardwalk through dense un basic engineering for Poin t t
tl dergrowth. Joe Arra. (below), builder and manager of GAC Construction ciana, Pendrey was killed in an
'- Division Illustrate high-density of the f by I-Inclllleart of auto accident. "
y pine timber used as supporting posts for the 1.800-foot naturewalk.Arra Construction of the boardwalkand \ t
Vote Of Confidence In says the pine will outlast Cypress If used for the same purpose. preparation of the nature '
s trails will cost an estimated tt ,f rAI

.'fi. Construction of the hefty machinery was off limits.The .- $100,000. tt t t
\plOt) boardwalk is a masterful feat of by-6-inch posts were handset Carl Dickson, president of
engineering and planning, a' into the sand, and every inch of Kissimmee Valley Audubon
= The First Primary. struggling effort all the way for the 1,800 feet it was mainly a Society, will provide a botanist t
the workmen who toiled under manual Job, a real construction who will aid In Identificationand
d conditions akin to those en- challenge for Arra who has built labeling of the nature'swonders. :
'- countered by Florida's first uncounted numbers of homes, (FPR

fty I Need Your-- ContinuedV residents centers commercial and buildings even roadways, shopping in TAKE t I

.. BEFORE TilE first post was Florida and elsewhere. TIME
hand-spadded into the soil, and Actually the boardwalk and EAT A I Thank You Brad/DcS/ County. t tt
the first plank heaved into use of the area "was," several BETTERBREAKFAST
Support In The Second place, every inch of the years in planning, with Richard For Your R.sounding Endors.m.nt Of My Candidacy For Circuit Judge. You Cave Me

P1s projected checked trail had out been by personally Joe-' California Reynolds, ecology Associates consultants of t Far Mor. Vales Than Both My Opponents Combined. This Improves My Chance Of t

Primary October 3, 1972 Construction Division, who Breakfast May Mean For M. Again In Th. S.cond Primary!.) On! Oct. 3rd And By Encouraging Your Friends A

.oI. supervised the project.It Better Grades f Throughout The Circuit To Do ,.. ,
"'I was, as he calls' ItJ; n""Eyeball" Poor Grape CropBy Llkljl
.' job. Not a single tree September is Better Breakfast -
was cut as the boardwalk Nort Wyner Month. September Is also t ;
was ,
.y (Pd. Pal Adv.) snaked through the dense The grape crop reports from the returning time ol to year school.children To help are YOUR VOTE AND CONTINUED)% 'OIn WILL BE: DEEPLY) APPRECIATED.Sincerely )).

growth where modern Europe and California indicate get your children off to a good ,
'> that September may be the vuoY
.. eat a good breakfast. Scientific t. t t.f.
.. sb rt+
? last month this year to get studies at a midwest medical rrw.0
.1..,, ; good buys in wines. Stateside, school have proven that chil- 1'
::e; r1/IlS'/ the Western vineyards haven'trecovered start each day, be sure they a .h
fr o a t s
from May
.. dren who eat an adequate .f.- t t"I'
which-devastated vices In ;:allt'Mrhla's a ..
I biealtftat are more"mentaJly
', :i.j.'I't. ) Iii r.'riA1 \ rtrrisjd N ajm'sJi4 i Spftalr :
; .. I alert Arid have a better attitude
ij 6" .,,; *,H i _."oJ:> .,:"".. .. '.IM ., T"ii ".' ljiir'lTilira'iTffB4AhB' iomJBUc toWafetHMielr school woNT$" \401 1S<", ..,. .Q ':- I ... o4 ;'' ,.
that' the 4( '
/ \ >ajeu; ) 1 rpeo \ !! t tt
: ,
I .
.' ., I..:::} ?- .,'" ". nl h WWsfrTo f'J I. _.'"varietal':,wines,coma trow. nutritionally sound breakfast ,

n ,, / Humbly And Sincerely'Thank All ", : A more i the German unusual problem vineyards besets and can which even most fix for children themselvesIs enjoy (Pt.fI. AcM) j

along the Rhine and M 0 sol Juice. a bowl of.cereal with t .....
'f''f'upported' Rivers, as well as the Burgundy milk, toast with butter or jelly sl'i ; l.ttl

5 The Bradford; County Voters Who 5' and France Bordeaux There.'the r elf grape ion vines I' of and milk to drink. _11lL: L_ __ _

f "forgot" to flower until late
June (over a month late)!l'As '

,r My Can ;!/!idacy. / For Re-election/ As i)upernt! n-, :::,i!::. f a month ready result to or,harvest the early grapes October until won't late- this but be OldslI1obilt! for /3

the danger of rain and frost
f "J before the harvest is to great
dent Of Schools.
that much of the mediocre crop
may be lost. Cutlass It's two new cars.

; f fke So '- with less wine avail
able (while world demand continues ..
to Increase), It's virtually
; t I Trust That All Citizens Will St,jdy The Facts, certain that wine prices will
: go up during next month or
November, Knowing this Is like

v: Cull Ou. The Many Rumors And Me, A Wise I having newspaper a copy. and of tomorrow's you should

take it as a "word to the wise",

t Decision; When They Return To'Th Polls' On '- ,* :,: using money the by buying opportunity your favorite to save

; wines this'month, before the
-. ," '
\. '". t price Increases. :
October 3rd. In preparing your shopping 1
list for American wines, you
\ 11
u* t should give consideration to _
the wines of the three leading I Cutlass S
California producers: Almaden I ColonnadeHardtop
< Our Children Are t Inglenook and Paul Masson If Coupe. AI
Depending O' Your '" '
Intelli- the Rhine and Mosel wines of Sportier this year. Roomier. Heavier:
Germany are your favorites, Yet surprisingly easy to own. Even If you
t then shop for selections from order the new swivel bucket ..,al..
gent Decision. Slchel. You'll do well to look Cutlass Supreme Colonnade Hardtop :bIW)
*. for the labels from -Jouvet: If Coupe (foreground). More ol < little'
X ',' ,)'tf. you enjoy the lull bodied limousine than ever. You can ee it In the formal 1'
iftl 'fI. Bordeaux 'wines, like Medoc, roollme and new opera side windows. You can (eel
.: St. Emillon and Sauternes. \It in the spacious, quiet Interior. And even In the
Sincerely, Beaujolais fanciers will be ride we've patterned after our bigger Oldsmoblles.
is pleased with the wines from

Thomas L.I I CaseyPd. f the Indeed house, excels of Bouchard at all ,Burgun which Delta 88-with a new grille that swings out of harm's way.

f'r T dies. And, If you've a penchantfor
Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Tavel For '73. we've made the Delta 83 tougher than ever. Th* _. ?". .,
L and the other Rhone wines, \ Swing-Away Grille ((pictured at led) la |lust one way, It's r 1
( Pol. Adv.) then by all means look for the teamed with an Improved hydraulic Iron! bumper system' : r aria
Chapoutier wines fSJI (I if,''Ih. bumper gets tapped the grille swings out ol ;/
.. the way. W. pound the ,e. ;:.
seats 100.000 "" w<

; ..........................................ll.....Nto.................m............. I drive times the and '..... .r.-,<.,.. -. ""
Delta 88 thousand. ol hard
miles to test durability. All to h, + w

a There's A New Mobile Home I i make smooth-riding)ust big.!sure comfortable 11'.-more not than and i ., suet

| another pretty car.

t Sales Location I

Omega.The new compact Olds at a compact price.
In .! I .: "
y Keystone Heights '. \ + ,

:,!'. I Omega built Is In.a compact j' 1 t

*. rt .11'.hol.newklndofOld. than
: ..
i JOHN BROWN'SPRICE "j.j" t." _.-'-..

*f> .1/,; ,., I ,
And you can 'feel the differenceon ,
the road. A deluxe Interior with ?. -.__
tl d new "wet-bok" vinyl trimIs
.. standard. So Is lull carpeting. ?
And a 2SO-cu.-ln. engine. '
Coupe 3-door hatchback or sedan .
It's s lot of Olds lor the money. ,

!* MOBILE HOME CENTER ,I See the '731'Oronado.' Njnety.B, aH the new ones

at yourOklsdeaJer's showroom now m

12' & 24' Wide Call 473-3775
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'J +IS- Postmaster Explains Use Of New Postmark"Perhaps Water Skiing ,

I HUMBLY APP, ctkTE you have noticed particular postmark." Sundays and holidays Class Offered Thanhs.
that you are currently receiving This Is known as "Area Mall mall on
v THE VOTE GIVEN ME first class mall witha Processing": The letter you I. picked up direct from a By Santa Fe
If Postmark. U. S. Postal Ser deposited in the letter drop was collection box usually located AND HUMBLY APPRECIATE THE
"r vice, In the of without the Post Ofdce by I SINCERELY
lieu of name transported further In front of BY RE-
'* SF.PTEMQER12.y' a particular town Stark Postmaster handling direct to Jacksonvillewhere star route drivers. This eliminates Water Skiing, taught by Internationally CONFIDENCE YOU HAVE EXPRESSED ,
T. C. Hazen said this the mall from many other the necessity for anyone known skiers,Mr. AS YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN
week. "You may\ have even small towns, Is collected, postmarked being on duty at the local office and Mrs. James Cleveland,will ELECTING ME
received a letter addressed to sorted and sent on Its at time of dispatch, Ha- again be eCollegge Santa Fe GROUP 3.
you mailed In Starke with this way. In smaller communities len said. Community starting
I Wish To Thank All My Friends Who WorkedSo The Starke Post Office hat September The one-credit 27. which LET US NOW UNITE TOGETHER AND GO FOR
I Identified for local course
Hard For Me During The*Campaign. I I two mall drops and this mall is workedIn may also be audited, will meet WARD WORKING SIDE BY SIDE TO MAKE STARKEA

Will Always Be Grateful For Your Support. Starke and given same day in Hawthorne Wednesdays from BETTER PLACE TO LIVE.
Don't Believe, Rumors delivery to P.O. boxes and next 12:30: to 4:45 pjn. Individual
Ernest W. Allen day delivery to routes, Hazen schedules will be arranged after
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) the class begins.
"If you should happen to dropa A $25 laboratory fee will be Neil.Tucker'Pd.
Bill Lockhirt Is Starke letter In the out of charged In addition to tuition
town drop It will be back the for the credit course and In ( Pol. Ad..)
Opposed To next day from Jacksonville In addition to the $10 registration -
time for next day\ delivery" fee for the audit course.
Animation In Starlet ,the postmaster said. All fees are due at the time
Large bundles of letters deposited of registration which is September I
And Keystone HalghlsI In street boxes or let- 18, 19 and 21 for cre- rlosa.a.1,
J ter drops should be faced with dit courses and September 21
stamps all in the upper right for audit courses, both at the A TO THE r' ::
hand corner, separated In two West Campus. t it' I
bundles, one for Starke and Interested persons can call I .
one for other places, and a Stan Mitchell at the 1-75 campus I VOTERS ;"
rubber band placed around the for more information and t
bundle, or tied. directions. t
"In addition, we have an air I OF"
mail drop located in the lobby. Air ROTC
TO EACH AND EVERY ONE: OF MY This mall falls directly intoa I STARKE t
pouch which is transferredto ScholarshipDeadline
r the Postal Air Mall Facilityat
the Jacksonville airport dally Nov. 15 I
Thanks A MillionAND for the first possible flight t
dye out," Hazen said
MORE All of this is the forerunner Male high school students who
along with the addition of zip will graduate In 1973 and are t Thank You t
Thanks Again For Letting Mc; tWin code numbers, for more ma- interested In flying are eligibleto .
.:: chine handling of mall and less apply for an Air Force ROTC
2 Precincts. Leading Second manual handling. Letters will four-year college scholarship.One I t.
I Would Like To Thank The P-opl.Of Bradford County be routed mechanically by optical thousand four-year college For Your Vote And Support t
: scholarships are available
in the future
High In One Trailing Second"iJfSeveral For Electing M. To Serve On E'n. School Board For, The at a much faster rate for students who will enroll in
N.xt Four Years. I Will Sinc.r.ly Etd.avorTo Serve Th. than can be done manually. the Air Force Reserve Officers t
B.st Interest All The Childr.n And Young People Of "With the vast Increase In Training Corps at one of the t
( 'I' Our County. I Want To Especially Thank Those Of You colleges and universities In the I Will
the amount of letter mall handled Earnestly Strive To Work For The Best
Thanks Again Weeks.Who Have Worked In My Behalf During These Election each year, the U. S. Postal United States and Puerto Rico I Int.rest Of All As Your City Councilman. j
Service is going alloutto which offer the four-year pro
God Bless Our Great
May CountyR. accomplish next day delivery The ,

H. (Russell) Green, Jr. Again, Thank You possible In1.1," Hazen/ many said.areas as awarded scholarships to qualified will students be t If I Can Be Of Help To Anyone Please Coll On Me. t
I I "We are leaving the cold who agree to become Air Force
Phone 485-4511 (Pd. Pol. Adv.* ) Brooker, Flo. 32622 atmosphere of the old time pilots or navigators after college
ARTHUR HOLLIDAY Federal Bldg. and the dull colors graduation. t
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) of old and trying to serve Each scholarship pays full I Charles J. Schaefer f
tuition, fees, and
you In a cleaner, brighter office -
," he added. text book reimbursement. In j. (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
L The lobby has racks beneaththe addition, each scholarship stu- ..... ss sae -- sans sat. slttartt o'
bulletin boards for infor- dent receives a monthly non-
t I It mation folders that explain our taxable subsistence allowance
services, yours for the tak- of $100. l
ing. All applicants for a scholarship
"And last but not least, if must quality on the Air ,
t tt
you have any problems or complaints Force Officer Qualifying Test
t or just to find out about and on an Air Force medical Thanks Folks .
examination. A special committee
our services, see us at the
1 green door In the lobby. We of Air Force officers /1., f'
stand ready to serve you. After will evaluate all students who
+ Ill t all, that Is what the Postal apply for a scholarship. They I Would Like To Take This Opportunity To Thank My
I Service Is all about," "Hazen will consider the student's .
t declar d. scores on the American College Family And Many Friendi For Their Vote And Support.
Test or the Scholastic Aptitude
Test, high school grades, extracurricular In My Bid For Sheriff. J'Winery Proud To Have Had
activities and
w NI'' .personal.references. ,, .. .
) Relatives Who Had
? 1,097.Frle..ds1And Enough -
I : auYar' wiraN+r' .1!Vndejrfinvncino.)fenoj/l(/<* PJ-}' !i d J,.?Interested students must(subHetr '\ -h i. ,4;,at' a f* vvencefnMY .
;-t- ,''ftnMal hopeful I out offlit vivl "< *"appttcatl6il *tidet+I o'''fee1leve' That I Would Hqy Been A'Clod
marked no later than November _
race. At a bumper flickermight
IS.: Application forms and Sheriff. ,
put it: "Honesty it. no additional Information may be

..' .",......... .substitute for solvency./ obtained by writing Directorate .2 ;
./ t of Addmisslons, Air Force

i 1 0 j Base ROTC,,Alabama Maxwell 36112.Air Force I Wish My Opponents Well:UCTfioir" ; Endeavors. And Thank
** <:?: .
i Them For Their, Sense Of Fair Play During Our Camp-

;( : READ WHY GULFTANE LOW-lEAD ;f p Jacksonville My Neighbors aign.Again I Say: "., ;oJ' '."'" '

IS THE NEW GASOIJNEI Business Thank You,

ft MAY HELP YOU I DirectoryAuto

OUtolWEXT MONTHS Maxie Carter, ire
Sales and Service : i i r
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t : c r Parmh Motor "OiMtpn, I almost forgot- P.S. All Of My Signs Will Be Removed.Pd I

i i .. eL .eet SALES today" WAS pay-day warm*!
8BKVICK it? ( Pol. Adv) I It.
t PARTS vypqxs)

t iit aAlways ....--- s s.. --- --- sf. sta. s sr sf --- sata.rl
.,. God Used Cars
Oul lann uN "3. Mane.
.-.-. $ 521 Lam St. Ph. US-SIM/

$., s :
t PEAVY Brother My Deep Appreciation

Electric Co., I

t tt' I Alt.motor Starters To The People Of

t AUTO Generators---- .TRUCK Regulators___ I Ii t

Nearly all 1972 American-made really Is the new car gasoline.What's Lead.Wrong. It costs less than our DIESEL i Bradford County t
cars have been designed to oper more Gulftane Low-Lead regular. t I 4944 Lena Av. J OJII. !
t' ate on 91 octane gasoline. And has the kind of quality additive So try a tankful of Gulftane*..The 387-2528 f ,
**" '
most new car manuals recommend package you'd expect from a mamoney you save can go towards PIANOS : t
a low lead or no lead gasoline jor brand such as Gulf. next month's car payment. .. ,;: :
Gulftane Low-Lead meets! both All this may sound like you'd "* YAMAHA PIANOS ''II! :\ '

those requirements. So Gulftane. have to pay more for Gulftane. Low- GULF OIL COMPANY-U. S. t CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL i t

Because the condition: of an engine as well as atmospheric factors affect the t jI
way an engine performs. there Is no way to guarantee that any single car will ,.'".' \. ,
give knock-free performance on a particular gasoline To find out If your car say. .''. '",1." : t
will run on Gulftane try a tankful! and aee t'

t REGISTER: 'Oil CO (G t'If 41(I :, t

I would like to sincerely thank the people of Bradford County

308 S. Thompson St. Phone 964.5888 ;& 5't' I, for the overwhelming victory you gave me in the First Primary. f

.t. w KIMBALLSWINGER"' You May rest assured that I will represent all of the people to
t '.,,''ber lull StRia ORGANS the best of ability.
1011 H. Temple' $,?,,,., pa., Ph. 964-5899' GULFTANE LOW-LEAD BoMmvelt Mall-188-Ult I my t
646 N. Tempi Starke Gulf Service M83say Gulf Stnrlca t FURNITURE To ray-many friends and supporters who worked so hard during
Fie. Ph. 964.7153 / the "
11 campaign, I want to .Thank i
t say I am grateful for
U.S. Lawler. Flo. Phone 782-3211 FURNITURE .
Bush Gulf Site 301 the .opportunity; serving; you. '

T...... Ave. & Center S Starke. Fl.. Carl! Beffs Gulf AT DISCOUN1 :' i . \
flllngton's Gulf U. S. 301 Complete*
ServIce Waldo, Fla. Phone 4481998Prifcfaft Household .

I 750 W. Modi. Stork., Flo.' Phone Furnishings SincerI\.I.1. '
: 964-6206 Gtrff :
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Highway 301 South Starke, Fle' Phone 9U.)694 Cunningham's Gulf Service I .

Hwy. 100. Keystone Heights, Fie. Phone 473-4279 648 Coisett 1 BlockFront

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...1, Scenes 'Of His Youth Bradford P'

; HOW To Avoid Tfcfl Annlfomro.. Servitem:_: ll
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: A few impU check might Evangelist Billy Graham Minder, who also was pastorof I told him to start and if he back for more advice," Minder CountyI
= .av* you the cost of a service electrical interlock which came back Friday, night to a Tampa Gospel Tabernacle, ran out of material, I'd take said. "And Billy was the)
call on your non-operating prevent operation if door are church camp In north Florida said young Graham came to over. He talked 10 or 15 minutes one leper who returned to give
appliance. not fully closed. where he washed dishes and live at his house and became and I finished." thanks- you know, as !In the
Believe it not, / Examine the control to
.j on* homemaker ia more daily than em see if they are set properly. learned to preach at youth Mr- a youth worker In the church. Minder said Graham later Bible parable." I SINCERELY THANK EACH OF YOU FOR
:. barrassed when the ervioe- refrigerator won't refrigerate vices more than three decades "1 took him to the youth camp conducted evangelistic meet- Minder said Underwood, now
man deduce. the cause 01 her if the temperature control ago. that summer" Minder laid Ings for Underwood at Boat- blind, also was a special guest YOUR. FINE VOTE AND SUPPORT GIVEN
: probl.m .. aD uoplugzed dial baa been inadvertently Graham's visit to the Christian "We arrived on Monday and wick, East Palatka and Penlel at the dedication ceremony. ME IN THE SEPTEMBER 12 PRIMARY.
., electrical cord or a blown[11UV. turned to OFF. and Missionary Alliance they asked him to speak onWeclneadll.Y Baptist Church In another com- Graham used the dedication
And it ia even more etnbsrreusing U a dishwasher or automatic Church camp on Swan Lake near The children-: munity near Palatka.It dinner and a press conferenceto
,: when ha present hia washer will not fill withwater Melrose marked the dedication there liked him was at Peniel, Minder said, tout President Richard Nix-
minimum or so were
charge for the if the main water
service see of a new chapel and dlnlng- on for re-election in 1972 and
?t. call. supply ha been turned off in so well that he spoke everyday that Underwood baptized and
.Quality appliance service la the home or by the water kitchen complex built In the that week and at the end ordained Graham In the Sou- to back Gov. Reubln Askew In
not inexpensive I ajnce the aef v- company for repair. shape of a cross. of the week there was not one thern Baptist Convention 1976. TO THOSE WIIO SO GENEROUSLY GAVE
Ice technician must briny hie U, after all these checks, Gov. Beubln Askew was also there who had not made a profession "Billy would do anything we The Florida governor's THEIR TIME AND EFFORT IN MY BE-
2 "abop. on to your the appliance ia till on the on the program which received of salvation In Christ." asked him to do," Minder said. "Christian faith" Is what Gra-
< door. General. Elect o ComT blink, then it is time to getprofessional little advance. billing locally. During the following Easter "At camp, he washed dishes ham based Ms support of Askew HALF I AM DEEPLY GRATEFUL.
parry,ita for :ample, estimate. help. Having the The evangelist was return- holiday, Minder said, Graham and did whatever needed to be on.
even moat model number of the
:J Ice aervJ available when appliance call- Ing to the church camp wherehe preached Ms first sermon at done. "The Florida people have always -
:* of radiodiepatchoperating out ia a good idea.. you preached Ms first sermon a Baptist church In the com- "I've worked with young\ people used good judgement,,"
.' on : can manage only How long will you have to In 1938- munity of Bostwlck pear Pa- all my life," Minder said. Graham said, "and the best
,', about eight service calla a day. wait for .erviceThat can A special! guest was 74-year- "Some you are able to help. judgement Florida people SINCERELY
fi' To help you avoid the expense vary greatly from a few old Dr. John Minder of Dunedin laThe Rev.x Cecil Underwood Some want you to encourage showed was when they elected
.7' of calling serviceman hours to.several day depending one of three men Gra-' was filling the pulpit and he them to do what they were Askew.
performing to fix an appliance that ia the servicer on the proximity of ham listed in his biography as asked me to speak for him" determined to do all along. "We'll wait and see four years Bill Costello
perfectly, and how weD he
y' get* you first check your aag-in- is staffed a major influence on his life, Minder recalled, "But I told "Billy realized he needed from now. We need a man who
.i struction book for possibla General l Electric, the na sharing that role with Gra- him Billy would speak. Billy advice. He took It and came knows the Lord further up the
"J> reasons, aa most carry basic tion' largest appliance ham' father and Dr. Ray, Ed- said he wasn't prepared, but road," Graham said..N..N.N.N.. ',(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
> troubleshooting Infonnati maker, presently has a "Cus mund of Wheaton College infllInols. -
;" If you've misplaced it, tomer__Care Service Every .
.J here's a quick checklist of Recalling his first meeting .. ....'............................................
>( common problem worth .. where" network consisting of and petBy .
Inc and following: .vA factory service center in with Graham In 1938, Minder F You your :
:.J V If the appliance operates more than 100 major ,market said In a telephone Interview: .
'>t .on make *, complemented by 6,000 "I was an Instructor In Trin- .
is plugged If it certain runs on it factory'trained' servicing deal. ity College at Temple Terrace, .. I thank f from the depthof
gas,check to see that the pilot era and independent servicing which was then Florida Bible TED KAVANAUQH,DIRECTOR, you I
k ia lat. agencies. Institute, and happened to be .
All service call by factory out the window whena ALPO PET NEWS BUREAU .
'? / Check for blown fuses ort technician are "by appoint looking Chevrolet drove up. A young .. heart for the vote and i
tripped circuit. breakers, ment" with the customer man got out and stretched Summer Health Care Hints my
;> which .
can result from over- within a promised four-hour
load on the electrical ytem. and the GE ."It was Billy Graham with Summer's high temperature his, so you and your pet can
time 1
!. 1 Are doors securely: standard span is to complete 80% his father, Frank Graham. The can mean heat prostration for setter: enjoy the summer. support you gave me in the I
dosed? Moat washers father said he wanted to enroll
and either on the day they are received pets aa well as people. These Siberian Husky: Famous I r- *
'C: dryera, for example,'have the his son In the Institute. common sense rule for hot For Sled-Dog Racing
58: or following day.
days can help prevent It from first
happening to your, pet: primary.
: Never leave an animal In an I i iI'
enclosed area without ade-
; quate ventilation. This means, .
for example, don't lock him .
WOULD YOU ALLOW ANYONE TO In your car with the windows ..
R e e e closed where.while you go oft some .. I

Always have plenty of clean .
A PERFORM SURGERY' drinking water where your
pet can reach it. Rememberthat i I Solicit Your Co itinued Vote And Support. I
your dog perspires and
r FILL A PRESCRIPTION thirsts more, I in the hot S I Will Be Grateful For The Help Of Those That Had Reason .

i weather.If abnormal w ;o To Support Mr. Carte r, Mr. Starling, And Mr. Clark.
? your dog pants I
OR TEACH YOUR CHILDREN ly, acts dizzy or faint and has r :. Please Join With Me In A Vigorous Effort For A Victory On Oct. 3.
been exposed to excessive I
: Pr heat, you.must act promptly. "Hot Spots" To Avoid .

Certainly Not. You Demand A Professional Move the dog and to call a a cool veteri environment Keep the coat clean and, if m Thank I

narian. A prolonged high temperature possible, shorter during the
with heat shock could summer. But if you see a red
lead to serious damage. ''raw-looking area, it ia time T OM 'CRAWFORD i
i THEN DEMAND A PROFESSION. : Summer' Ectoparasites for a veterinarian's examination !
and treatmentsRemember
AN ATTORNEY ASi make These life are miserable tiny bugs for that our your pet's best S (P
canine friends during the friend Is the veterinarian! (Bf .... ...................................
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t oott ri\'uvI. summer month a. Working "w"':'" ,
I : : ;coURTL J.U GE their wayi I through' the coat, pjflffOl 18&*! !1, p -. '-'-.stti37.__! .F_. _. 1Rt'PwO -Or'.e1IRIDAY 11
t,. !"" ":"" "' I. .they' cause 'an itching sen.satIon. _
fci&i : .rr'"IJf r.rtt 'tlbo." .,..Some types, bite, and '
suddenly you see the dog ; PI

i E&ZIE S. biting These his parasites skin like can mad.be eradicated SATURD.AY 'SUNDAYI I

I SANDERS But sensitive some with to dogs insecticide such and,collars cat collars.and are t t

: Instead of correcting the problem : TRUCK LOAD j
they can make the pet t
quite sick. Your veterinariancan
Bradford County Judge best advise you about

"Hot spots" are a skin cornditton '

., in hot weather.that some They dogs are Buffer areas

The Only Candidate Who: of caused moist by dermatitis accumulated often dirt, I: CARPET; SALE :

debris and germs when the
f coat does not properly air out.
I IS AN ATTORNEY; The skin becomes Irritated
hair falls out and a large I
red patch is seen This area t
IS EXPERIENCED IN TRIAL PROCEDURE AND RULES OF COURT; itches. When the dog licks It, : Fabuluous Savings .
the infection spreads to other

_r CAN PROPERLY RULE' ON OBJECTIONS AND ARGUMENTS DURING TRIALS SmokeySaytt i H.B.D. Carpets Has Bought A Trailer Load Of Carpet From The MW Of !

_. W ATrif o fr. Dalton, Ga., The Carpet Capital Of The World. ,

t H.B.B. Carpet Has F.H.A. Approved Hi-Lew

...,; Pattern Carpet. And BeautifuTScupturalCarpet


Forward With The County Court '

'''. I1ICT ppy I II N.y : $ 20 :


,,Il ldl I PRICE OFW.
.. -
-, (pd. Pol. ) For wildlife's sake- : E
", keep OBI wildfires!
Also Have A 2lnch High, 42 O,.
'.. This| Beautiful| | She Carpel Hermally Selj,
'. t FHA Approved Nylon Shag For The For S8.95:0: $10.00 Per $q. Yard

.g".. VOTE I Fantastic Pric* Off S4.QO Pw Sq. Yard t

.,, We Also Have An Assortment Of Commercial. Type Carpet. This Carpet Can Be Used Anywhere 'In The Home, Living-' t

h ream, Bedroom, Den, Dining Roan, Kitchen, Closed > In Patio, Game Ream, Ect. We Are Selling This'

Beautiful Carpet Fey The Unbelievable' Lew Price.Off t

I Ij I I $3.20 Per So. Yard t

I j t We Alto Have Indoor Outdoor Carpet A Fabuluous Saving To You. Also Bathroom Carpeting Pastel Color All j

d \ Of Our! Carpet Are Name Brands And Came In Beautiful Decor Color ,

''i j\I H.B.D. Carpets: Can Save You ,Money t

I J: AZ. ADKINS; JR.i I' Com* $m Our TRUCK LOAD SALE at t



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Judge Yawn World Starke Woman MADAME BESSIE :


Found InnocentOf 'I\
Schwartz E '
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Cork Gun .un.uvl ALL. AMMMSI7l225i ,.
ChargeA wauAel a.aael.'I .
...w WOOD .
County Judge Theron A.Yawn He had hoped that absentee bal- Floridians fell Ilk* 'IN PRIVACY OP MY HOMB '
of Starke has received the endorsement Iota In Alachua might be enoughto (' on the Inside of an 'I HOURS A.M. 10 P.M.
of eliminated candi- push him ahead for second ; looking out this pas' Jury found Ida Welch of Mrs. Welch was represented CALLAHAN ON U.s. 1 NORTH
Herbert Schwartz In the place over Yawn but such was by Aast. Public Defender Jeffrey -
date at outsider predicted not of CITY
Starke guilty displaying 1/2 MILES FROM OF CALLAHAN. FLORIDA
run-off race for Circuit Judge, not the case. millions upon a firearm In a threatening man- Barker; the state's case *SM R..ay (H 1OO WHk ..... MDon't
8th Judicial Circuit Group 7. The final six-county tabula- of dollars In future ner after a trial here Tuesday was presented by Prosecutor
Yawn Is In the October 3. tion in this race Including for t the area. before Bradford County Judge Elzle Sanders.
second Primary run-off with absentee ballots gave the candidates > 200 Central Florida Theron Yawn.City .
A.Z. (Andy) Adklns. of Gainesville the following totals:: leaders sat with The case was the only one
which went to trial of the 13
who was high man In the agape like so many Believe Rumors!
Adklns 11.584; Schwartz 8,939 Radar. listed on the one-day trial cal-
First Primary. lOlOb.Schwartz fish in a little bowl, as .
Yawn endar in County Judge's Court.
for Sea
Although Schwartz led AdkIns carried only Ala- World of Florida Disposition of the other cases *
and Yawn In populous Alachua chua County, while Adklns was unleashed upon /them at (From was as follows: Bill Lockhart Is.
County he trailed In the five high in Baker Gllchrlst, and this past week. Page 1))
smaller counties of the clrcult.WE : Union, Yawn carried Levy and Thursday's Initial an -Paul W. Waldren entered no Opposed To
Bradford.Williams. al the Quality vice In use by the police department defense (nolo contendere) to
Inn al the new Court of which costs nearly charges of driving while Intoxicated Annexation In Starke
complex In Florida $1.000 more than the one which and was fined $151 .
the sky opened up with had been authorized "hy the and lost his license for 90 And Keystone Heights
rains to give the council. days.
a proper aquatic The old one was rented on a
six-months basis at $::58 per -Robert Lee Yeager pled guIl
HAVE month with the understanding tyinedto careless driving and was
EdgesLockhart n: MISTRESS or that It could be purchased for $36.

FORD'SCOURIER television duties was and beautiful motion '1551. a Recently bill for a the newer city machine received -- -Emanuel McNeal pled guiltyto STARE/ Pd! CENTER
costing about $2,600, and driving on the wrong side
star assisted by the bill was held up pending an of a road and was fined $26. p.-.r 0*. N .
of good wishes from Investigation. --William Devon Melson pled corr. u.ve.w.a
Frank Williams of Starke, Ronald Reagan of After ,,discussion on motionby guilty to charges of petty larceny -' a..er.asuaavreueae.aw
and Bill Lockhart of St. Johns and others from the
Councilman W. H. "Bill" j Judge Yawn withheld adjudication -
County remained neck-and most-populated stale Noegel and a second by Oils of guilt and ordered
neck In the race for House of Sea World first was investigation.
Wiggins, the council decided to a presentence
Representatives, Wst. 25, after at San Diego have the new machine turned Jerome H. Elver who had MOVINGS
I absentee ballots were counted In ,to be located at the back to the company. been charged with issuing
the September 12 First Primarybut of the new An- Bob Patterson turned In his worthless checks made restitution -'
Williams edged into top Beeline Highway bypass resignation as manager of the and the case was then
position by 188 votes In the : -.. will cost 113 gas department, effective Oct. dismissed.
three-county; district. Initially and hopes to 15, and Tucker on behalf of the Charges of reckless driving,
Before'absentees were count more than three council accepted It, thanked wilful and wanton, against Jer- 10
ed. Lockhart led Williams by visitors during its Patterson for his service to the ry Lowell Hollifleld were dis- %
Import priced nine votes. : year. city and wished him good luck. missed upon motion by his attorney -
groundbreaking lun Patterson has been with the William D. Prldgeon
Smooth ridingComfortable The total vote In the district. Thursday marked the city since 1960. He is acceptinga and the court took the same
Including absentees was: Williams position with the Slade Gas action in the case of Tom Lind-
cab ; 3112; Lockhart, 2924; start. of construction: on :Company: ; here. sey Jr.. who was charged with Discount On All TropicalFish
Hester. 2064: Rivers 1618. and entering -
1800-cc. engine \' : than Tucker announced that the attempted breaking
By counties the totals were: 200 special guests council is ready to tackle a on motion by Asst. Public
104-in. wheelbase Clay; Hester 1487; Lockhart the new attraction Is street paving program. He said Defender Barker.On & Livestock
680; Rivers,653;Williams 525. tc be "the largest and that as a start, a drainage sur- motion by Sanders the
Bradford Hester 388 Lock- .eants.'W marine park in vey should be made on Parker court ordered that charges of WILL
TERWIILEGARFORD I : Street assault and battery against
hart, 1212 Rivers 451; Williams preparatory to having it
3112 : paved. Ralph Yates and Carolyn Martin -
; 212 E. Call St.
St. Johns: Hester 189;Lock- of Florida due He asked Silcox to contact (also known as Carolyn
hart 1032;. Rivers 514; Williams In late 1973. Is the third surveyor M. G, McMillan and Yates)be dropped. StarkeBy
,' by Sea World. find out Just what is involved In Three cases were continued
,28S.J) frontrunner of the solving the drainage problemon until the next term of court, The Rail Road Tracks :
entertainment Industry. Parker Street.Generator. as follows: William Frank Co- ,
: : headquarters are in wan, driving while intoxicated; .
You where the first Sea Rick! Perry Unlawful speed; Pete Are Our Business
Thank In 11M. A second Connie A. Creamer petty larceny -
,., "I near Cleveland. Ohio, Not A ,Side Line ,
.- I Its first guests in
County .
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YoUrs For ji,

Support And Vet ,. efficiently than natural gas.SIn- Ss

O.S LI2 b ce Sept. 14 haa Florida cut off Gas the Transmissions city's lRiND. pj iml[

Payroll eel supply fuel of the natural engines gas. have On Ue-to : ] ;[ ,

g ., work at peak capacity to generate 3 I
/ 6.600 Mlawatts the council i SPECIAL
IH' there were.t'n ,was told, Tuesday, n.,ht.' I a4lrae Y.ae ** -.* > ? "j
For A' Of Attitude & ;; \ "- ', Tlu> number of
Florida Gas has offered to wElDiNG
by !uiiinnimlorkers.i '
Educational place the city on SO per cent I IWEGING'S AND;AUTO REPAIRS ;
A Change In The :'!: state' anal local curtailment, which would allow
row from" :W) in
some usage of natural gas and : I
System Support 'If I : : !) ; 412& in 11711.!> (> some of diesel fuel. But so TIJNE-IJ r
than a thin) of "11\' far Power Plant Superintendent 18 CYl. .' 12.50. I
TEMPLE worker are organ-" George Graudons has chosen to '. CYI. 9.50
JIM & !I unions or emplo.xee, operate completely on diesel :4 CYI.. 7.50 'We i
In VW'
Specialize .
$:; & ", but the Tax hoping to get completely
NOW AND VOTE F0 l>:, says the number off said.it looser Clerk Edwards .:. 3 MILES W. OF STARKE ON RT..No. 16 PHONE: 964-7621 Z

JIM TEMPLE a\ : ( / these rUl'ldl' )unions'."Thl. mili is a There of natural exist a gas current which shortage resulted '...............................Plus...Ports........ .............ON OONOaI!

; in the liirp! rise of in the power plant's in-
ON OCT. 3rd : / payrolls' to $;1111 terruptible supply to be cur- I' There IB No Substitute For
& luiordinir to Alfred tailed. The city residentialgas
$ & executive director of supply Is firm not sub- jr%
t :'!: ject to a cut of:. '
Reasons advanced for the
HELP WANTED ; : / Public Pays shortage of natural gas Is SUCCESSFULEXPERIENCE
i, employers. the recent reduction in the oil
'd to be "inexperi' depletion allowance from 42 to
SIIEET METAL MECHANIC, therefore some- 27 per cent, meaning that now 1
." the study said! only 27 per cent of profit la
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED / \ / wait one reason for tax exempt. When the deple-
f & ( settlements.,1t said tion was reduced,oil companies
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL .-.. law have had simply supplies stopped of gas,looking it is contend for new Elect
"much effectiveness ed. Oil firms contend the all-
964-8041 fence.' owance is Justified because it
the Foundation allows them funds\ make costly -

Good Pay & Excellent Co., .. ,' that its own government demands supplies.THANKS searches. for new gas CARL HURST

Benefits, amj:; a careful look at t I
.. to improve)' effi(
Apply Mon. Fri. &V$< (A Bradford County Resident)

AIR ENGINEERS, ,,INC. are salary service warranted increased and and by -w Your COUNTY JUDGE ,:

301 South Starke, Fla. the Foundation ,said, 1-
.should b, granted
cheerfully and with good Carl Hurst My Opponent: :

grace. But to. throw public' -
On July 8, 1972 Rented (House At 418
money through, ineptitude ,, ';o Has Resided Bradford
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tense at all." -- 6' 'i: --;;: County In Order To Be Eligible To :
.'. PMZ.z Run For
County Judge.
; :
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; (My Sincere Thanks '. ': a s::*i; $ :z a a t u Has Owned Home And Claimed 1I0meOwns Home On Little Lake Geneva :
? a I g stead Excemption In Bradford County
f:1: Other Side Of Keystone Heights In .: ;:
.. For 17' Yrs. Clay County, Where He Has Lived '., ;:
m For Past 5 Yrs. ,

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d I Shall Strive To Continue h Has Been A Qualified. Voter In BradRegistered To Vote In Bradford. County, :...
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WHO SHOWED SUCH A ford County For Past 16 Yrs. July I 10, 1972 :
: To Merit Your Confidence.

I,,,' RECENT CITY ELECTION._ WE WISH TO THANK Served As Muncipal Judge For Nearly :
6 Yrs. Hearing And Trying Over 5,000 NO EXPERIENCE :

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Leadership In City Government For
Williard Thomas Mayor Past 12 Years

Hershal Parker Marshall :.

& Bonnie Thresler Clerk Thank You For Your Active Support

Ted Curtis Council And Vote "

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#; .I- Ralph Trisler Council

f ,I. .... P. H. Lou Jr. Council CARL HUST Co.iudge -

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i7ancuard Studs

ll Tornadoes 21-14

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OCA LA-With only one minute remain- run by Henry and a 7-yard gal- the air but only this time the
lop by Carter Bradford's offense pass was picked-off by Gray
Ing, 210-pound fullback Willie Hubbard was again stopped cold Flynn as the Tornadoes gained -

galloped seven yards around right end to by the Ocala line and forcedto possession of the pig skin
punt. own their on 29-yard line.
give -flred-up Ocala Vanguard team a With a bad snap from center Bradford was unable to do

21-14 upset win over the visiting Brad: Bradford punter Grey Flynn much with the it, however, and

ford Tornadoes In Friday night's non- barely got a wobbly punt away< was forced to punt it away on
before the on-rushing Knights. fourth down.
conference contest. The punt rolled dead on the Downed on the Vanguard 35,
Bradford 41-yard line where Ocala took over from there.

"We were just not mentally zone. Ocala set up shop. On first down Hendrix took the
t t.AY prepared.." said Head Tornado On first down from their own Vanguard ground out 20jards ball and gained seven j.ards before -
David Hurse. "Ocala did not 20-yard line Malachi Henry on three running plays, movingthe a holding penality moved
show us anything we were not went inside for a five yard gain. ball down to the Tornado the ball back to the 29-yard line Wayne Testonv, number
prepared for. They Just shov- moving the ball out to the 25. 21-yard line. Ocala's quart- on second down.BI'adford 26, intercepted this Van.
ed the ball down our throats. The Tornadoes then fumbled the erback then went to the air and was then caught guard pass in the end tone
/'Our execution and technique pig skin on the following play Chris Dobbs made a finger-
(See 14)) in the third
v were very poor, but this and Sammy Graham came up Up catch for the score. The I quarter
alt goes back to not being men- with it for Ocala on the Brad- point after was good and Vanguard -
tally prepared. ford 28-yard line. led 14-6 with 47 seconds
Bradford drew first blood Running from the Wishbone remaining in the quarter
scoring on a nine-yard pass formation as they did all night Trailing bj' eight and with time Mental AttitudeI,I

play from quarterback Eddie Fred Adams took the pitchout running out, Bradford 1m med- I
8y a Hazen to Malachl Henry. The on first down and swept lately went to tho air following
r..b extra point attempt was wide and around left end for a nine yard tho kick-off. On first down Cost Tornadoes
the Tornadoes took an early gain. Two plays later, an off I'ljnn hauled in a Hazen pass
QB Dale Gr..n goes in from a yard out for Lak. Butler's third TD against Hawthorn 6-0 lead with 1:18: remaining In sides pentallty against Bradford for a 14 yard gain and a first

Gr..n ran for thr. TD'i, threw for another and added two extra point tosses in leading the the first quarter. gave Vanguard a first down on down on.thc \ anguard 48. After Vanguard GameMost
Vanguard came back late In the Tornado 13. After an 8- two straight incomplete losses
Union Tigers to a 41.6 opening win. Green ran 55 yards for the first TD on the Tiger's first the second quarter scoring on yard pass, Andrews went to the Hazen found Henry down fieldon '.

play from scrimmage, breaking four tackles on the way.QB a five yard pass from Mike air again and found Joel LondonIn a 48-yard!! 1D aerial. : ( of the don't believe the perimet'
Andrews to ,Joel London with the open for the score. Mil Down by two with 11:30: remaining Hits Coaching as a whole was ready to
49 seconds remaining. The ler's boot was good and Ocala in the game, Uie Tornadoes main problem I < ," said defensive bach
boot by Danny Miller was good took the lead with 49 seconds elected to go for the Tornadoes. had :Steve Huslioie com-
and the Tornadoes went Into the remaining In the half two-point conversion mid Hazen V anKtiard was on the I performance t : of

dressing room at halftime, Running and throwing from again found henry coming out titude toward secondary
7-6. their Wishbone formation Brad- "I 'lltpv ant l mil' nil the field
Dale Green trailing of the backfield to lie the game am
The second half belonged ford could not contain Ocala's up 14-14. sibilltj' for Uic the wrung altitude and
completely to Ocala as the high-geared offense. The Tor- Following the touchdown and It Is my had a better passing" /:
Knights allowed the Tornadoes nadoes took the second half Adams took tie kick-offadre- to see that dIe that we expected said

only two first downs and 29 kick-off but was forced to turn turned it 15 yards, out to the tally read yards rushing. Vanguard open- the ball over on downs. Ocala Vanguard 33-jard line. Ucala "The reason 'I hey threw two touchdown
Lake Butler Tigers ed up a 14-6 lead late in the then marched 54 yards In 11 then marched down the field behind as poorly as iigalnst us and one of
third quarter as Chris Dobbs plays before running out of a strong running attack tho players was when out secondary
grabbed an Andrews pass on a steam on the Bradford 37-yard for a first down on the Tornado dent and one of their" lirrnkrlnwiw' t,
21 line take the the goal line, commented [
play covering yards. 29 yard line. game
Bradford came back to tie It Following the punt,the Torna- After Johnny Hendrlx was they should ,
Romp HornetsLake up, however, as Malachl Henry does took over on their own thrown for a three vard loss "The coaches 1VC had a real big break- ,{
. By caught a 48-yardbombfromha- 12-yard line After an 8yardOh on first down ,Andrews went to pI with the on the options and they ,""\
at least five ym'dsevery
in the fourth quarter.tiazen .
zen early
I .. thorun II because our .
found henry again in ui e ;;; ; rn'l"ocrhlg\ the right
end zone for a two-point con- were
Butler's Tigers romped ceiving for Lake Butler. Smith for no gain. version which tied the ball game Indians Get ," said Hushorc.
41-6 over the Hawthorne Hornets caught the ball on his 35 yard On third down Brown threwan up 14-14. e bright spot on the se-
Friday night In Lake Butler line and made a 40 yard run Incomplete pass to Clin- "Friday night a team Is goingto defense was Cray; I lynn i"

opening the season for back to the 31 yard line of the ton Griffin but a penalty was play Just the way they prac- was Uic only one that. did
both teams. Hornets. called against Lake Hutler and ticed during the week," said ime."i job consistently and correct .'
The Tiger's Dale Green broke With _.consecutive\ penalties.,, the ball was moved to the Hawthorne I Head Defensive.coach Mike Sex Beat St. Joseph he,.was voted by the coaches" -'
.f the game open with a 55 yard being called against Lake But-. -37 yard line ,with a t defensive back of the week.
touchdown run on Union's first ler the ball ended up on the first down. 'n.'In the past three weeks we lush oro. "I think he de-
yr er- .. ,r. play' from'.crlmm ge. He went Lake Butler '20 yard line before ,Oscar Henderson ran for the have had only one good prac- ed it.

back 'to' pass on a brben.up the Tigers had to punt. Hornets and made a two yard tice," said Hurse and Sexton. how wonderful It Is. play, Henderson unleashed a yard line. secondary learned a
.play, decided to fulv'and\ After the punt Hawthorne kept gain which put the ball on the the sweet smell of victory, pass to the goal line. Deflectedin untouched! against Vanguard last
scrambled for a touchdown*Ith the ball only briefly before having 39 yard line. THE GAME particularly, when the opponenthad the air by a St. Joseph defensive cond Tit,"i und this week wo have
over seven minutes left'toptay. to give the ball up to LB On second down Carl Dan- the opening kickoff won the previous jear. back Bobby Grayson It w' ,n't long working on our mistakes"'
Lake Butler kicked off thorne with Johnny Woodley- the- ball on it's 26 yard line. yard gain which made the ball and finding split-end night when the Keystone second showed on the score- given up the / lUishorc.
I ing the booting.Roosevelt Douglas On first down Dale Green on the 40 yard line of the Hor- on first down In the clear 25 Indians physically lashed the board clock. Henderson kicked time on their practice this week :,
of Ilawthorne-ran the ball threw to Alfred Watkins for a nets wlUi a third down. Then Larry Fequa field. After a Flashes from St. Joseph, 370.Pla'lng the PAT for a 7-0 halftime Plays later it secondary has been very
back 10 yards from the Hornet's 14 yard gain,, putting the ball Brown threw Incomplete to O- yards down Fe- before a home-open lead. lag a pass \ and have finally"

21 yard line, making It on the 40 yard line of the TI- liver Hutching. crushing coughed-up tackle, the however ball and ing crowd of about 2,000, the The last half. it belonged of Hobby ; )' working' as a team
and ten 1111 oh the' 31 gers. The Hornets punted on the qua Indians lUishore.
first would not budge and Inch reached
Keystone On
Bradford took over on its own the
next which ended givIng Hall was added to
The next play up
play first
yard line. was a to the larger grid team fromSt. second play from scrimmage of the game
Hawthorne made two first down but Bennie Boy kins ran the Tigers the ball on the 43-yard Uno.Bradford Augustine. Keystone High Statistic-wise this week In place
had an equallyhard following the kick off, Katllff ,
downs and moved the ball across the ball for no yardage which Union 24 yard line the was the victor in every department zlgged and played their Billy Itlgham and will start
onto zagged through the
five first time of holding Huchholz if he Improves
Lake Butler made
to the Lake Butler 37 made It second at the same the only exception left side of (;alogar I
downs In the next series but football as Malachi Henryfumbled the St t. Joseph de- ) : much as ho has the last two
had that the Indians
brahamnl'erand ghttleLballfor place.On third and one situation display of balance and sped toKeystone's
)' ca was not' able to score after on a scoreless at the end of the first yards rushing, ; "Hall has been do-
Lake Butler
third down 48- third CountIng
LH at the 44 yard line crossed the fifth yard line to getting the ball to the Hornets from the Knight period, but so were the score. passing, 101.23; a heck of a Job at the corn- J'
and downed the. ball there. the Hornets 46 line when three yard line. yard line Flashes-who were stifled the entire the scoring pass in the 321-116. position"said Hushore
On the next play I Dale Green the yard ball end But when the Hornets got Setting up shop on their own game bj the more alert second quarter, the Indians had Keystone main thing that dis-
Boj ran on an
made his first play of the season Abraham Perryran the the ball on their I three they 49, the Vanguard attack was and hard hitting linemen from scored three times out of the plays at I me was that we were
a good one bj' making a sweep. fumbled on a third down and derailed momentarily as Vernon Keystone Heights last five offensive plays. In an Important ( l
touchdown from Union's 44 yard ball up gain the which middle put for a LB threeyard In Lake Butler recovered on the Barber threw Andrews for Keystone opened the game bj St. Joseph received the kickoff \er Conference (See Page 14))

line which made it a 35 yard the next 15.LB a two yard loss on first down. kicking off to St. Joseph. After and on their second play
scoring position on
run for the. goal line. Woodleytied had moved the ball In On third and 11. Andrews went falling to generate an offensive the Indian's John Maxvllle Intercepted -
play.It .
> for the point after but the three plays< to dIe one yard to the air again and Fred Adams punch the Flashes punted a pass and broke two Tornadoes
was second down on line when Dale Green kept the after tackles enroiile to dIe !St': -Joseph Baby
failed which made the score Hornets 20 yard line with 9lf came up with the pigskin to the Indian 22-j'ard line How
6-0 Lake Butler. seconds left In the half when ball and ran up the middle fora it was batted around by another ever, the Indians failed to makea 37. ,A Keystone fumble
Roosevelt Douglas receivedthe Green threw to Alfred touchdown\ which made the receiver. The play covered 14 first down In three plays and turned the ball back to theSt. To Host
ball fromoodlej"'s kickoff Watkins making a pass the score 12- score 22-0 at halftime. The yards and gave \anguard first punted back to the Flashes. Joseph 37. \Kejstonefum- VanguardIn
and ran from the 27 yard 0 Lake Butler. extra point was no good. down on the Bradford 38-yard Driven to the !Keystone 22 hard turned the ball back to Uio
line backwards to find Clan- Starting the second half Hawthorne line. line the !Keystone defensive eleven lashes. However the Flashes
ton Scaff tackling him at the Smith Green for threw the extra a pass two to points Billy kicked off to LB. After A 13-yard penalty, for pilingon buckled down behind the returned the favor bj fumbling Opener TonightA

Hawthorne 21 yard line. that put dIe Tiger ahead 14- a run back by Clanton Scaff moved the ball down to the sure-tackling of Tood Bran- back tho ball to the Indians-
On first down Hornet quarterback 0. from the 15 yard line gave the Bradford 13 before Vanguard non, Kyle Owens and Bobby Larryaughn recovered for
Everett Brown was ball to LB on Its 35 yard line fumbled again and Billy Blgham Hurner to hold the Flashes In 1-e: )slone. The Indians mount-
It out for the halfback
caught at the line for no gain breaking three tackles. with a first down. recovered for the Tornadoes. four running plays.As ed three first downs before their change In the Bradford High

but, a flag was thrown against The ball was on the Hornet Taking advantage of the first After a seven yard run by for the Flashes they drive stalled at the one-foot junior the Baby varsiQ Tornadoes schedule will against put position.1 he center position Is a toss
HawUiorne and that put dIe ball 31 yard I line now with another down Green gave the ball to Brad Carter, the Tornadoes could not mount an offensivepunch line Ocalaanguard up(Thurs up between :Marlin( Thornton and
back on the 16 yard line. first down for LB. Curtis Sir- Boj'kins who carried five yards, could not move the football and that could penetrate the Keystone got the ball back day) in the Bradford tonight High- Bill Brown. "They are both
Brown tried putting the ball on the LB 40 had to It .. after another bad
next down soon by
On the : mons ran the ball up the mid- punt avvaj.Vanguard Keystone defense punt Stadium 730 about equal and both will play
to scramble with the ball but dle for 31 yards which gave line. On second down Boy took over on their After the opening kickoff and St. Joseph. In five plays Sheffield starting at ; p.m.
of them
bins They won their first football and either one can oo
for 11
was caught one yard behind Lake Butler tile ball on the ran the ball again own 45-jard line and Jok exchange of punts the Flashes was over for the score for said
and fine
their Is Job us there
the line by Larry Crawford 10 yard line and gave them a >ards on an end sweep which Jones moved the ball ..110 line but Kej'stone's Larry Vaughn from the one-j'ard line. game team as a Steele.At
big said .
which made it second and 16 first down. This made four crossed the fifth yard line to Bradford 43, the Knights were James Whatlej', John:\(8)-( After a fourth down play by Coach; or Hay bigger Steele ours about the two offensive guard
yards to go for the first down first downs In four plajs. the Hornet 49 yard line. called for holding, moving the vllle, Brannon Owens and Hur St. Joe failed to get a first the experience and, talking size that positions Allen Norton and
on the 1 15: yard line Lake Butler earned the first ball back to their own 43, stalling ner put up a brick wall and down the Indians were enrouteto their Barber will be the
\\1th second down coming up After the kickoff Hawthorne down which turned Into another the drive. Ocala was forced pushed the Flashes back to the their fourth TD. During the opponents have. Dwight
Brown scrambled with the ball had dIe ball on Its 29 yard after Bo;kins got the ball again to punt the ball away on four- 23 in four pi 3)s. The Flashes march a spread formation The Jteam is physically starters.
Sewell will be start-
again but this time for a five line with a first down. hornet and carried it 10 yards while th down and Bradford took over would bever make it Inside the caught the Flashes bj' surprise. ready but Coach Steele is not Donnie
h put the ball Everett Brown decided to Its 28-yard line with Hurner pitched to Ratliff for 17 sure whether the team is mentally ing at the strong tackle aRC
) yadCBRnlii But on the next play' Bojklns on own Indians 20 yard line again. for the either Gary Wallace: or Sam-
on t'iM r 19 yard line. Carl keep the ball when he was was able to move the ball only 4:26 remaining In the quarter.On After three more punts two yards to the opponent's eight "We ready are going opener.to have toplay uel Pittman will play on the.
Daitfe4 of Hawthorne ran the caught behind the line for a first down, quarterback St. Joseph and one by !Keystone -
ball"on Lie: next: flay l but slipped six yard loss. seven yards which gave LB Eddie Hazen nipped the ball by the }Indians put together a game to see how goodwe other side of the line.
three line. P P K Clinic and also At the two end spots Shel-
the ball on the yard are we need to
ball was the 23
"'four on yardline
for yard the
on the ground a out to Gray Flynn on a screen their first serious drive In "
loss. when.. Brown kept the ball Boj'kins scored on third down pass which covered 89 yards; Behind the have some game experience don Hodge and David
by rwming on the outside for second quarter. Set commented Steele."Offensively will start off for the JV team.
but SaturdayThere
The Hornets punted on fourth was caught at the Malachl Henry took the call blocking of center Steve
line J.V. three yards for the touchdown.The crisp we're a strong Allen Norton will be at the
down with Billy Ray Smith re- by noseman Lacy on second down and moved the guards Tom Strube Larry -
extra point attempt byWoodley Byrd; team and are able to run the nose position with Danny Anderson -
for first
ball out 4 yards a Jim Ku kendall -
was no good and the Knepper ) ball real well and we have backing him up.
score was 2S-0 Lake Butler. down on the 42-j'ard Ilne.WII'ne ; tackles Ricky Davis and will be a Punt, Pass big people up front," stated Samuel Plttman and Randal

Indians To Test Out of the next: 14 plays that Brannen; the Indians drove 4 Kick Clinic this Saturday Steele Hudson will be the two tack-
KH Hawthorne ran eight, were Testone grabbed a from their own 37 to St. Jo- Sept. 23, 10 a.m. until noon Mike( Gaskins will be the les and Donnie Sewell and Shel-
screen pass on the next play seph's 4-yard line before being \\esuide Park Athletic Field will be the two ends.
passes and two were complete.One starting quarterback for the don Hodge
was Intercepted by Steve sprinted 40 yards to give the stopped. On the drive for all boys who are regis- Baby Reds and he has comea Bruce Barnes will be in the
Suwannee ChampsIt's Tornadoes a first down on the Sheffield for 2.12 and 4 tered for the Pass &
Cason who set the ball up at 11-jard line. Three ran Punt long way so far is doinga secondary at the monster position -
the Lake Butler seven yard Vanguard Hazen found Mala( yards Henderson completedtwo Kick Contest to be held Saturday real good Job of faking with while James Aldridgeand

the second game of the that his team has not let up plays later coming out of the passes one to Grayson. Sept. 30. the ball and running, but he Elva Hampton play at the
season for the Indians from this week after the victor over line.First down came, and Curtis backfield chi Henry and rifled It to him 18 yards, and one to Ratliff The Clinic will give the boysan is not passing as well as we two safety positions.
Keystone Heights and their opponent St. Joseph. Sirmons ran the ball five TD The IS ards. opportunity to practice and expected but is progressing,
nine yard pass.
Is none other than the "We're working hard on the yards to the 12 yard line with on kick a wide and Bradford took Another series of PUnts followed receive Instructions on how to commented Steele. Leonard Sapp will be starting
1971 Suwannee River Confer- fundamentals," Bayless said. a second down for LB. Boy- the lead was 6.0.Neither the drive and subsequent improve their skills before the Tommy Reddish and Bruce at the cornerback position for
ence champion, Branford High "Our timing needs to be per- klns attempted to run on the :: team could move the ly came Keystone's first score actual contest begins next week, Barnes are the two up for a the Babv Tornadoes
School. fected If we're going to move next play but got no yardage ball in the second quarter until late in the second period. A sajs Recreation Director Gene starting position at fullback but Tommy Reddish, Dwight Barber -
Displaying high spirits after the ball against the tough Branford giving LB third down on the midway through the period, poor St. Joseph's punt gave the Raj'burn. Steele feels that Reddish will and Marlin Thornton are
their thrashing of St. Joseph defense." 12. when Ocala took over the ball ball to Keystone at the lash's Registration Is still open and get the Job. the linebackers this year. ::1 I
last Friday night, the Indians Bayless also reports that his LB decided to punt out of on the Bradford 35 following 37. Henderson displaying the boys ages 8-13 who wish to James Aldridge will be play "Donnie Sewell looks real f f(
work Is cut out for them.Branford team Is Injury-free, with exception the hole with Hawthorne's Ev- a short punt. On first down the quickness that would guide him register may still do so by goIng ing at the tailback position well and he Is a 200 pounder k >
also won last Friday night, to minor brul.... Vanguard quarterback went to to a TD In the third quarter to Pratt( Street Center any Thursday night and Elva Hampton and a real good football player '

whipping Bronson 348. Game time Is 8 p.m., at (See Page 14)) the air but the pass was inter- dashed to the 20-yardline.Fading afternoon, :Monday through Friday and Leonard Sapp will be ," said Steele.Telegraph "
Coach Roy Bayless reports Branford cepted by Testone In the end to the rlaht on the second

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Music 11111 COACH NURSE: .3.,,

Stars To Play ..

October 6.8 ,. +P) Tornadoes ,.r.

Underdog f

Bill Monroe, member of tM .
----- ----
Country Music Hall of Fame
Grand Ole Opry star of 33 l January through JuneyOUmust
For I social
Q. monthly
Buchholz get
Contest file an annual
years, and known as the father l.. security retirement checks. reportof
of Bluegrass music will your earnings for the entire .
r.TT Because I earn a little over No annual
appear at the First Annual Florida year. report
Bluegrass Music Convention "Considering our perfor- that Atchison is quick and a to give some of the starters $1,680 each year, I have 'to will be required for 1973

at Bluegrass Special Coun- mance against Ocala Vanguard good runner. some rest when they need It," Die an annual report of my and later'years, however.
try Music: Park near Lawtey last Friday night we have to The quarterback that will lead said Coach Hurse. earnings with social secure
October 7 and 8.Monroe's consider ourselves underdogs Buchholz will be Alan Collins "They have advantage havIng It)'. Since, I will become 72

In the game this Friday night The report said that Collinscan a two team platoon which In July, will I have to file
son, James, along at Buchhola," said Coach Da- throw the ball long If given lets them put In a different an annual report for J 1972 301.
with Mac Wiseman Ralph Stan-
: vid Nurse enough time. Best blocker team for defense and offense
commenting on how A. Yes. It's true that there
ley, Clyde Moody, the Shenan- he feels the will according to the scouting report when we have to run some
doah Cut-Upe Curly Seckler came go this is no limit on how much
week. Is center Dan Baldwinwho people on both teams, said
and the Bluegrass Tarheels will : 72 and 0can earn
Last week the Big Red lost is 5-11 and 191 pounds. Hurse. DRIVEINShow
be featured at the convention. to Ocala Vanguard In Ocala Best receivers are Alan But- "I still think we have a solid without any reduction in

n 21-14 which most coaches of cher 6-1 and 172' pounds and team and I plan to proveIt their social security. But
Lester Flatt and the Nashville
will Fri- the BUS coaching staff feel Greg Boston 6-2 and 190 pounds this Friday night against since you will not be 72 dur- Begins At Sundown| .!
Fullback was a loss because: of the From the two, the BHS scouts Buchholz," commented Hur.e.r ing some months of 1072-
day. Oct. 6 and Sunday, Oct. 8, B.nny Boylclns, a mail/ but strong runner 'for men-
thought Butcher was their best. Fri. Sat. Sept 22,23
in the three-day country event. Lake Butler, almost broke this play open but Hawthorne before tal attitude the the Tornadoes had Buchholz will be using the I ,
Convention hours are 6 p.m. QB-Safety' Everett Brown headed game.
him off. same offense and defense that
One of the big threats that
until midnight Friday, a.m.
until midnight Saturday, and II Buchholz has against StarkeIs Ocala Vanguard used. A 5-4 Don't Beliere'Ilulllorr! ".
defeise will be In play for
fullback Dale Atchison 6-1
until 7 Sunday.
a.m. p.m.
Wins and J95 pounds who ran the Buchholz and the Wishbone offense Is{ <
Vanguard ball against Perry last week popularized at the college -

up the middle for good yard. level. Bill Lockhart Is .
age. Scouting reports also state "We will be playing a lot ....
4 Teams Enter of non-starters In the next game Opposed To
(From Page 13)) ) i ...

Flag FootballMen's 1 Annexation In Starke
holding third down
on and
was log In the game.
called for pass interference on Any hopes of a Bradford LB Romps. (From Pall' 13)) And Keystone Heights SKYJrGcED' ,

the following play, to give Van touchdown in the final seconds \ ,

Flag Football Leaguewas guard a first down on their own I ended on second down from the erett Brown receiving. He fumbled ball except too*. Clinton Griffin WGMfTllOCOlOI/ ? 0
scheduled to get underway Tornado 40 as Ronnie Farmer of Hawthorne who pickedthe PANAVIS/ON./
48.Willie the ball and Alfred Wat- MOM
Wednesday, Sept. 20, with Hubbard took the ball 1 I plcked-off a Hazen pass. kins recovered the ball at the ball up after a bounce and .
four teams entering league play. on first down and ripped "The for touchdown. They did
throughthe coaches have tried to 46 yard line but the ball ran a -Plus-
champs, Tornado line for 13 was not make the extra point. "
Defending league a yardgain convince the boys that they are already called dead and was FLORIDA THEATRE
Badcock Furniture, were to take before being gang-tackled not giving the effort they given.to Hawthorne. "That was a weird one wasn'tIt
on Draw-Tito in the first Three more running ays pick should," Hurse said Hawthorne worked down to ," said Head!. Tiger Charlie
while Gem ed 28 yards Vanguard Roberta after he was run back STARKE FLA. r
game newcomer up as "The first two weeks of practice the Lake Butler 13 yard line Wants
Jewelry was to take on the moved down to the Tornado 12- real by Hawthorne. ? 4h erY '.
said coach
were from their own 46 but on a E
runner-up team from last year yard line. Mike Sexton. "We looked real When Hawthorne kicked off PHONE 964-5451 .
Kitchen's Tile, In the last game. On first down from the 12, sharp. fourth down play Brown threwto to Lake Butler! the kick was ..

The league will play a nine the Bradford defensive 'line "Everyone then became satisfied Clinton Griffin for an Incomplete on sides and the Hornets recovered -

game schedule with double- tightened and gave up only 5 with themselves. at that pass which gave the the ball on the 43
headers each Wednesday nightat yards in two plays. In a third point and have become com- ball to LB at the 13 yard line.>" yard line of LB. FRI.-SAT.-SUN. SEPT
Westaide! Park Athletic: and five situation from the seven placent." LB was able only to move the It did not do Hawthorne much 22-23-

Field. yard line, llubbard again "We are going to be In for ball to the 47 yard line of afar to get the ball because
The schedule for Wednesday, took the call and rounded right a long year," said the Tornado the Tigers and then had to four plays the ball wentto I,
Sept. 27, will find: Draw 'Uto end to score standing up. The mentor, "Unless we changeour punt to Hawthorne. LB, but a flag was thrown PARAMOUNT PICTURES IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE I.t ,

vs Kitchens Tile 7:30: p.m. point after attempt was again mental attitude. On the second down after and HH got the ball again witha a F THE GREATEST FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT OF All ,,
Gem Jewelry vs Hadcock Fur- good and Ocala had a 21-14 "We are still capable: of a Hawthorne had the ball at the fourth down.Hawthorne '!' '.

niture, 9 p.m. lead'with only a minute remain- good football team and have aIlOO'I two yard line in their terri- fumbled on the METROCOlOR 0 :
tory Jack McGill saw a lateral next play and gave the Tigersthe "?. IGPI
QdIB bMilli'
chance of Retting Into a : PANAVISION" _
S :
back of Hawthorneand Hornet 21 (
the district play-offs, but we going to a ball at the yard _
knocked It out of the
cannot have way
a repeat perfor- lIne.Four
of to let Alfred Watkins of Lake consecutive first downs Sun. Mon. Sept. 24.25
mance Friday night.
GAINESVILLEBusiness Butler pick It up and scoreto put the Tigers at their own 24 Qn
STATISTICS make the score 34-0. The yard line. Then on the next Qmmaldmen( s
extra point kick was blockedby second down Boytdns ran the

BHS Hawthorne. ball 12 yards to the six yard *
Ocala ..
DirectoryAUTO First Downs 6 15 After the kick off the Hor- line.With IME PANTING OF-TIM J..w. ;
Yds Rushing HI 146 nets had the ball on their own a first down Abraham / lilt Slnglt Most'Sprrli.
Yds Passing 133 117 27 yard line and Woody Pinker Perry ran the ball In for a hor llm.dV -Plus-
Passes C-A-I 7-15-2 10-17-2 ran the ball to the 30 yard touchdown up the middle. The '
SALES ARDEN SUPPLIES Fumbles line for a three yard run back. extra point kicked by Woodley TIIE LOVE: MAKERS":

Lost 3 2 When two series of downs made the score 41-6 which was
BRASINGTON Yds Pen'l 60 80 were over and Hawthorne had the final score.
XRated1S (
to throw the ball to Ron Gordon ; yrs. Up

Lake Butler Tigers will play
Johnson} & Faris
('1111I.1.1nr.USMUlUU: : Inc. who missed the ball, almost their next game at home against CECIL B. DtMILLrS... 'THE TEN COMMANDMENTSBRYNNER

SALES" ::; A SKKVICK: SEEDS;' .;:. PLANTS letting Lake Butler Intercept Chiefland Friday night BAXTER ROBINSON DE CARLO PACED!.DEREK HAIL aiLl ii',1(; Admission 1.25

Fill* Srlrrdnn of t'vrd'' .CanTikrii In tirldrN Pet SupplleiFEKTII.IERS J.efs Go- Boat Uf'' This It.gave LB the ball at starting at 8 p.m. MICE( "."".. ....... "" '"w lo.' T' ,. L -
(In CiKllllar Trades
,. 'N :i the 34 yard line of Hawthornebut
:SIMM! N.W. I.Illi I'h. 378-510 r' '_._ t f..!! the Tigers had to punt e .lilt..sr r. w74 ,.Ft+I. a p .-- s v. -. --- '-

t:.'' Barkley Motors'IncTOYOTA' "We 2:1: Rent N.W KrrlllUfr- Ph. Spreadim.Hlh 37HW7So;:!, ''/-- .-- -. 1w' dB..- -:( j iwerG'unable after four plays to make because the first they;: "L'I. ,. Ml. .-i.I ad/IIs.. or...,!E'I.: "M.'I'rq! ,t I ;.; 5.- ., . t

'. .., When LB, kicked the ball it,
:- ? was short and most of the HEIGHTS -
CLASS( :: men had gone farther than the t t tI

.1 I -whorl drive iuiii cnr"
Sates' Parts, Service ,
tt In Hit 1'll \\ U.- )
Clean Owed/ Toyotas. LIDDELL \ CI...I.M: UK: IMM I' I\VS Jet Attitude
: I t tt
1700 N Main| : I"liu.l "IliK'' Mike
17e128eGlass I 11111'' in, "Ilif ,l.niiiil |1..sldleslavk, .
Honuty Company KlllHIl. I I. Ivr I I I. Illl. ,II I llHtCll, Cost. _.
AcademyPOWELL'S "ihiiiiulu' .. .im"",.nii.ilK, 'linn" In liter l t I
"Glass. For Every PurpoHr". 11,1111. Inliinl plr.i-mi'.. IHMIIIIIII t
.' Store Frt'ate \M.rn'r: will "II", s ,'; Ira "1".1'| i.1 l lM>.it slug (From Page 13))
.' Tub F.l1t'10'1I'SI"'r., .iir mule. t iti|"t.iltlr .onus. s.iiiltinn
Beauty Academy ill.in I in. 11.1\')alr ".h.1I nil1'., Inalmar" I I
Furnitureqx"" Class Rrplacwl t mill Im.ilU, 'hint nut uhiil'N not hitting people" said Of.

tnni" a Pr Spurs "011', }O'ullor Pnrt Time NEW r.\TIO\\ Mm' '.ir ,i I hu.tu.nurr. ,, ;,,,,1 .,111il.iititiiiK .. .
.'!1\1\ N W 10th :37H27MELEtTUIC :! |., in nn'i.Hr mi, Ii....l mini' "We weren't very aggres- { i
., ', .
I32H S", M.IIII 4>uinr.tlltp. 'I..1111" lint Minimi'i, hi lr "'ill 11' "'.1"* sive and did not have the de- Q
: MOTORSELECTRIC\ ; .iiliiir 11..11I1 I tiniihlrlnun' ., .. uliuli "
: 372-8191 Mill. h.-ll'| male' llu Jiiliillit' lll.il sire to win said Redding AND FISHING DAY
; 372.1102 "We hardly
liiilill mult1.. i iii| t.iltlr., ever ran a play I t
I ri.ni shad, IrLnv.. +nun bug mil.illllk that something did not go wrong
I tlllll UIIH' ll'l.ll ( hands l 1l| nn the line.
Motor Repair Co. Santa l'c Tractor ( Ulllimill-" .11.' MlMulll.il. ., Sutl-

Of C'.o.ltIf''vIlJ.co' In"-. i.ov t; lit" III!. lull'li" IIIIJl .illlll. I.IIIIIHI MUM, "Steve Register did the best I i
Farm &: Inhmseial' lii tin uli iii| the' a.1tIdv, .11' Job that was done on the offensive
Repairing: R.M\'tndlnlf 'I'aatnrx .,11111"1111'111') III. .1110.1111.' Ullll' iii t'1' line," said Redding. : : :
., New apt Tell' man 111.i./ .mil I litiiliiini, III.."I.. il II "There's not much to tell ;
Ih..I'.II.a llosv llllfjlllt" ttlllM'. I i. IMItlllllll. IlltJUll when you give up. 21 points to I I Ii I
: .ZHlu.N... "h St Ph 372-8.118 and Fitting; ; nut'**.!")* '.ilt" 'It ,1'111"11"111|' | .1111/ jsi u the opposing team."said defensive ICELEBRATION
nut all mini, lM>,iiiMi| Hi in. mtili.illui line Coach !Mike Sexton
MOVERS: Itolts. all I Svcr .ilit- iiiunii. )I..dr Milt tout talking about the
!'Cc.m Cleaner I lni.il l i. in lni' .h.II'| .mil ....milj Im ers performed In way the his game play t t tI a
tl 'hrmiaals.. li.iitlOiiit 1.
I against
Lone 1).I..nr" ; Vanguard
Mu.p'a aiva t 1Icn'i.r mullitt.1 iinuiitliu time KEYSTONE AIRPARK
!l\or"Cf'\ Packing I I' MO Ml.llll.IM" lull1 I.hi.h II.u.ruis.. -"We "
I I'M.. ""r !C.: \11rli.cry) mil.' ilipili ,In it'i''I.MII sum,,1....' innllllllill did not execute defensively I

Free Crating: << ShlllPlna I ,.ig8: ;X 1;. t. Nh .1. *, IMII.lHl. 1ho11. ){h. lilt' drip.) ble the way" we are capa
E.timalee Call of doing, said
tM 1 U.lltt lad I.I.Ii'l tlllltlll .III Sexton.
Gamrscille, Fla. Inliinl i ii I iht* niil-iilf' ,.1 l I litti' In lull, "We had too many defensive
...." ill Iht mil nl 'ihkt mill .tiling, 'itiill.lllk > breakdowns and as a result f Saturday Sept. 23 1972 t tt

*. \h.a.'ltrr I lltll' III. '.1ml.snila I we had very poor game defen ,
P .'10'1' .luk. IM, Iii...ltii '..1"1' lini. sively." .
math nt.i\ "iitil|: .nhuwigrJ.hlts' !: t t tI
uriiji\ il.nit ,niitiiiit tiinimllnii "I've always felt that If we
I & ORGANS ) Ilu lluu iliitiluni. I i i if .1 mm.Ull have good execution
Van Service Inc. ( .11 ,lull ...1.' ''h..'... |.hl"| '"> .lit' result In this would 2:00 TILL 9:00 P.M.
having a good team
i OF THE ARTIST! aura nitilii, u.iiti--u: uuuiun5! defensively I
but his t
was not
1N.E. \ lll.lji'l hliliil III lllfC illiillllj'
:35< Waltlo IU. C'vtn ;? L_ | | the case In the game ,
ilipimS" I'll 1 iht' i in u in. .mil hviv "
34m.. -I I -'rr night
I .ift.nn. its itillunli lii ililfiitnnv. hue said Sexton. "
AUTO j : l.i-l' II n.mU. \thiu1 u ih.ni)''. ,ami 1 t ::
SALES SERVICEBI.CHNTrOTIC MUSIC Co. I,III',II II Mill, .11'1".11'| | I IH'.s Illllflllt." "If you go out on the field Summer Fishing Contest Winners t tt ITurkey

()( C'"ilU Shopoing Cir. 372-5351 ...ill Illlllt UII It Illl." tlllll. HHt't' |>lllj) with the right frame of mind
I h.ink.. iiiiitnl, all built an iniMnl.nilIMii you're going to do '
| a good Job .
(ll\*$, INC. I u lit n tunluillni, )! Mini IMMI. and not make the mistakes t .... :, t ..
Farm and Industrial. \ lii iinilfil.iiul.. .die III.,..... made Friday night we '. .' ; '.
said Shoot
( .
Equipment mini nl IIIIIIIIK i.i lint 110"11I'I'li.I..1 Coach Sexton. t Archery & G ) y, j. ;
lit txu'iii'liif.| lull 'Inr ulunltt "Our .
r IKMIIII.. hf ii tub til riser, defensive breakdownswere I Il/:/ t
th.nin, iiiil n.iit.iiiiin.il) tnilt. along| breakdowns In basic defensive j
ullli .in tie ,Im, n.ilin.il sighs) lull techniques and responsibilities .
t ho ul (iic.ii .iwiii.intv. so what we've been .' :
Factory Author!i.dPontioe doing this week is re-evaluat- I I
|lu.l, like Lq|H'ii HJICM. or Inland lag ourselves" said Sexton. h 1 :,
l.ikf the n.iuiii.il "Kulv 1t( the
1r.i.payt..S.vlc. THIS Sr\CEFORS\LE: Situ ua.d-h. "I took a good long look at I. ..
Rn.ul".ipil\ in I
210 H. Main : MIIIIC t.i''t'*. tea inure MI.! Riti'r Hues our ,personnel and I feel and like their abi t I ,' 'L t Ii Ii' ::
...11I I hnmiif ii'it n.liiim. and when If the )y_ ,,1,1LIVE MUSIC
ain/ .tvilU, Fla. hull illll .inuilu'i. tt*..fl heal on In people that we have are willing : BARBECUE

372-2583 PHONE 964-6305 .iht'H* ."'.... hiiHlnlU| %nti..11 rvnifiiilur to pay the price and play \ ". .. .. 6h .
in pa.| mi die rill.! .. Nm follimnilt up to their abilities then we i \ ',;, :
linn Im-iif/ 'Rnlf" t.on lii IK'ilm.i4iniiii will be all right" .. ,
TRAILERS ': or in iiihrr .....r.... l
ilu-rr* inn in ii,til rnoin 'fur error. "I ; DISPLAYS'
MOBIL HOMICKICFAIBIC. k do wish to point out mat ; :
I i ikfttiM*. coiiict-n ullivti' and rom I II t :
"" Ilr y'i MtblU H.mItfttr moil ",n..' .1t"I.I'\w\ the pleasure do not want to take anything
away from Vanguard They
In6ilnWI1. ih.ulnw when .
nalgaili -
t SNnfes' 'Inf.Auhasi.1'iaicsa >K liter*. keep. | sway irons Urge were ready for the game and

.-..... : F.-, tiMiiiiiiTil.il. .. ..Mrl>. iich a* rhcrluiut'ii they deserved to win, but we I fDEDICATION
"9-0 \. e. Waldo Rd. ..In..lnlcr.n'! I Iht-lr Job l I. rough enough find It hard to believe we play NEW SKEET I.ANGE0!
sigh maintain hcatl av ed so : :
Caln.svllle, Irving 10 poorly said Hur... ,
::1711-\11191 i",::", lU-i. aIr tbnJtsanint
inn in u strung 1 t-nirvnii dart be bo hfr Hit any' good can come from
e.l-I.rv.c.- N.Ma4. Fifuir1.Supp ''Miii) In 'folluHlng too clu clOne \. losing this loss should help I I ., I II :

N.M.I.lw; n 14 It fr .., 1 1 1....\' m nji* : "more Important point to re.meudwrr .* us." said Hur... T "
. .
'i 1 "lleft.. '..I1..Cam.lat.. .An : we all know thai uxlat.MHIIC "I firmly believe we are still .
;, ".. ".. %tnit. O..tAM Coiniicionjng Innt.illcJIV or oiir rher. Mreain and. a solid football DOOR PRIZES
i, p.. MaMt It. tl,, ili.iniit'l. are in trouble \\ater polhi team and wePlan t I1A t :
.,....ft.iM MOKr. fin.VXIK. aid xa. 6ch. Y-swr'k"rs 1'8-8'V: problem to conquer.. Don'l add to In Gainesville against Buch-
A ,trM i.ypaa 11. bt caj-vlcMly..littering.. hols," declared Hurse. O e rTl4i a A iIw i i it -

; 1972 -- .. ., i"
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:.., What's The Cooperative Extension Service?

::: : by C. Shannon Smith .
es of gardening Information In
Is not Just
a program -
:::: Home Grounds SpeclalUtWhaf the state of Florida! limited to technology, e-

conomic. or production. Major>>
; the Cooperative Extension
This weekly newspaper series
I emphasis la on helping people
Service? Is only one of the many educational in this instance making gardening -

:f'ml..1nrc..:, lf'Ou out don't on one know of the, you're most the extension services program offered of the by more euler me anhbgful.in more.enjoyableand I /1 : 1 / I I IP
Institute of Food and Agricultural addition to preparing and
Sciences of the University distributing hundreds of pub
\ of Florida. It is called lications, the Florida Extension
the Cooperative Extension Ser- Service communicates :In
lfI vice because It Is Joint venture many other ways. Information WE DEVELOPE AND PRINT
mmm among counties, :your state Is distributed through the use 0
land-grant university; and the of mass media like newspapers,
U. S. Department of Agricul radio and TV, through public
ture. meetings demonstrations, workshops, conferencesand tours, MORE FILM THAN ANYONE ELSEIN

The Extension Service Is a visits. Many
personal : requests -
unique educational system In counties are answeredby
working with rural and urban telephone and/or letter.Gar NORTH FLORIDA OR SOUTH
.. tI people with youths and adults, dening schools are held in many
.-.or" individuals, special Interest counties once or twice a year
::- groups and communities. It lean At the present time, the Co-
, I off-campus educational arm opeative Extension Service has (GEORGIA() ( I eseeeeeeeet.sees.s.esstsr.ease.ssresrtee
"' of university whose tea-
I. :your personnel working In 66 of Flo
chers are the county; extension rida's 67 counties.These specialists .
specialists- state extension live In, and are partof HERE'S THE REASON WHY! !
.,as specialists. and volunteer local their communities and are q
responsible for getting scientific -
methods and new knowl-
edge Into the hands of you,
basic objective of extension the consumer. In addition to BONUS PRINTS 5
is to supply :you the consumer the county people who are familiar
... with the latest practicaland with your local gardening -,
.:.; :". scientific knowledge on problems, the Universityof WITH EACH ROLL OF KODACOLOR OR BLACK AND
\ This applies to
doing things.
;.. Florida has a staff of state
- all extension work, whether for horticulturists who cover turf, WHITE FILM LEFT FOR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING YOU
farmers, youths or particularly -
WALTER: ALVAREZ flowers, foliage plants, woody
'..ra. for homeowners. ornamentals and home grounds RECEIVE A COUPON GOOD FOR AN EQUAL NUMBER OF

'..j. IVORY TUSKS .. .. .. improvement.provide Information These specialists to the- PRINTS OF YOUR CHOICE.
On A Diet? Don't counties who in turn relay this
.': Not all Ivory Is taken from knowledge to the public through
the tucks of elephants Some of Skip BreakfastIf
media and
publications mass
it comes from the sea. ThereIs
a whale. known as the Narwhal you are trying to shed personal contact.
which has a single ivory those few extra pounds you If you want the latest information -
tusk. This tusk sometimes exceeds picked up during the summer on gardening, visit SILK FINISH
: eight feet in length. months, don't skip breakfast. the Extension office in your .5" 7" :
I ., The Narwhal is commonly Cut down on the total numberof county. You will find it listedin X
s -:r known as the Sea Unicorn be. calories you have each day, your phone book under the
: t- rause It resembles the fabled but don't cut out breakfast. It county government. And, when REGULAR 1.25
: Unicorn, famous for Its single has been about 12 hours since
in Gainesville, visit 29C
+ horn. The ivory tusk is grown dinner and you need protein you are COLOR 0
YOUR of Florida.
only by the male member of and carbohydrates at breakfast University
the family,and has great value. time to keep blood sugar at We'll be glad to help you with
Our firm does not offer ivory proper levels to avoid that mid. your gardening problemsl! GOOD THRU
:. or gold, but we do offer realold morning slump. Eating breakfast .
' fashion service which we will also help keep you SEPT. 25
1 believe is valued by our cus from getting hungry in the IT'S IMPORT ENLARGEMENTS
: tomers. Let us be of service to middle of the morning and In.
: you. dulging In snack foods which PRICED
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and friend for over a century and a half. .' /T'N"!! '- ..;". +rT. '

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r The Adkini family legal heritage has been a pillar of P.a i:.
strength hope and PROGRESS for th+community.. ...:. '
t....: Collectively the Adkins'have been members of the ;" -. ; s
Florida Bar for 150 years. Many of you will rememberJ.
...... .C. Adkins,St.,who died in 1953 after serving, you as j f
,".. lawyer prosecutor,mayor and state representative. His "' t >
son James C. Adkins,Jr is now a Supreme Court justice. fI
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''.. Another member of the Adkins family_ A. Z. Adkins Sr. a f 0 )
J compassionate man who died in 1953, served his fellow man for '-I.
-. r many years as lawyer,judge, mayor and senator for the citizens of ,. s 24J': 1; (' ,rC

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We ask for your support. On October 'rj vote for a man who ,, ? 1' +
New Westinghouse ii more than qualified to be your judge. Choose a man who cares about .

your family your problems, your community. r, 'r I

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Original WOW Cla Fines Cover Old Building; '
of local hlsI Starke. The original Store f ', "Bird's rye!; view" Just as It i
etDlTOKIALSCritical ---- ------- came to light building appears as a two story stands today. According to a
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[I week with the frame structure on a drawing numbered key, accompanying
old Darby Store entitled "Bird's Eye View of the 1884 drawing, both of these I
CJ Jr- I: County Agent t tBy [| Street from Starke, Fla.," dated 1884. This buildings were used by Richard '
I by Mr. and building either burned or was & Pace, one of them prob-
Bobby L. Taylor torn down to make way for the ably for storage.
pet shop on building that housed E rby' ; This was a busy location In
Mr. and Mrs. Store for many years, although,. those days, as the first rail-
Of DoctorsBradford Sixty-three cattlemen attending All these remodelling It Is believed to have ,been road station was also located
Shortage a regular meeting last portant to will move their built before Mr. Darby came. } facing the railroad, Just south
Thursday night indicates that for all when the reno- here. of the two-story brick buIld-
there is a lot of local Interest to meet The older brick building, ing, on the northeastern por-
County, which at onetime now Is toward specialization in med- In the production and marketingof Building In dis which Is now Joined to the Darby .'tion of the property; now occupied -
had the services of eight practicing! icine, and most young doctors 'go to beef cattle. nesday, by the Colliers building, Is the original building by the old Coca-Cola
physicians, is now feeling the shortageof metropolitan areas where they can join Several things have "creat- pool our process and Appears on the 1884A bottling plant.

doctors which has been hurting mother ally'' in group practice with other physi- ed"the this* producer Interest. Better probably pricesto has drive meeting : on the wood-sec- I .

communities in recent years. cians, each specializing in a particular been the biggest factor, but, and we brick buIld- i cUi3'Wuv :

field. The day of the general economical land utilization to to feed up.There the rear of the ,
There are now only two local phy- practitioner seems a thing of the past.In offset high taxes, and regula- The two .Jfc&ftg3SM.*/*
sicians admitting patients to the hospital dons on cattle movement and disease discussion are connect

and that is resulting In many offering its services to the eradication programs gulations so that the : !
have gotten our cattlemen con-,I of the was probably .
empty beds, placing the hospital in hospital to help solve this problem, cerned. program. by the Dar-

a position where. it cannot operatein the Chamber of Commerce emphasizedthat Jim Pace, our Extension Beef Ing cattle tenants of the
the black. it was not trying to interfere Cattle Specialist from the University age to on Call
with the decision-making authority of ; of Florida, did a good to have a

:) the hospital trustees, but to help In Job of offering September man- disease connected to a
agement tips to those present.He If you which was ap
This problem was discussed at any way possible by assisting in entertaining stressed such items as are to hoist heavy I

.. considerable length at a recent meet- trying to.Interestnewdgg- pregnancy testing the brood ket with ground floor,
ing of the Chamber of Commerce Board' tors in this area and showing the *** herd and, culling open cows have < door ,to the*; Hearin Foi: Rezoning

of Governors, and Was'also thc;:subject'i advantages of living antrt:Tearing"' ; a f*$ ,H*> suggested that an open cow Item. :: [this. believed.,
should be-BoM" and replaced witha nms'-furnea byol."
of a meeting held at the hospital Wed- family in a small community such as ,bred heifer and noted that efhellvv.'v: .' ; For Mobile Homessession ,

nesday night of last week, where the ours. the additional cost of the bred who moved to
assistance of community leaders was heifer would be less than the Frank lay County; In
enlisted in an effort to find some The general public might also follow loss from the open cow. Preg spector that the late
nancy testing Is the Item we ment of ,who later public hearing on the pro : when Vernon Vila, ofOlin's
solution to this problem. the example of the Chamber of
: Mobile Home Sales and
posed rezoning of ,
an apptft&llc l
wish all cattlemen would put in that he can at one time
0 and make this a community their management program this hogs ; store and mate 450cre tract west or several others In 15-member
It has' been out that problem offering assistance Starke from Itl-A (residential I
pointed young every year.Pace. fore a ins build- f delegation asked the board to
doctors, generally, do not want to possible to the Hospital Board in meet predicted that the cattle practice for Darby Store to Kl-C (residential with mo reclassify their property; to
establish their practice in a small ing this crisis. If you have any' ideason business would be good for the In other Thomas re- the bile homes) will be held by permit the useof mobile homes
next few He based this County there was an Bradford County; Zoning
community such as ours. The trend the subject-- speak out now. years. your ; Board
at 7:30: The Involved la shownon
on the world shortage of beet, as you In the p.m. Tuesday area
a greater demand for beef by hogs. He the wheel Sept. 26, In the County Convnv:' accompanying map. It Isbouttfod
our consuming public, and on the his visit to used to hoist mission room of the Bradford(;n : on the east by the
I A Hoax :On Women bigger demand for Florida pro mentioned casket Couny: courthouse. 'Io.l'1u.; Starke city limits, on the north
duced cattle. lie remarked that your feeder supplies for r> .r-I 1 by State Road 100 and on the
Florida cattle have Improved sales on or floor Mr. The hearing was set by the went *itJ south by Edwards,
The recent decision of the Pope sex crimes would be wiped out. tremendously In the last ten proceeding the hard- zoning, board following a heated Loop Road.

in denying the right of women to years and have done exceptionally a former
hold official positions in the Catholic --The father would no longer be well In western feedlots. Floreus'(Pro- Too Late
) committed To
Church is bound to create another stir ,obligated to support his wife and chil Pace also of cattlemen stressed keeping the importance ClassifyUnder I

among the "Women's Lib" leaders. dren. All states make husbands pri- up-to-date with. the latest pro A pecan front)over the
the heading "Time )
troit and St. Louis, stiff union
marily for such the used for
responsible support at sev
duction practices. He urged our Thieves" the current Issue of Improvement
But when you come to think about but under the proposed ERA this wouldbe cattlemen to attend the first annual cello early Starke Newsweek points out one of opposition prevented at all when any city; father -- 1

it one of the greatest frauds in Amer- discriminatory against males, hence Cow-Calf Clinic to be held September cigar tc-the the reasons taxes are so high:! tried to cut down on the
Orchard over
:,: ican history perhaps the greatest wives would be equally obligated to the Wednesday Civic Center, Septmmber In Pal atka.27,Important at- weed control ; (which later and why governmental agencies boondoggling.
have such a hard time meeting
hoax ever thrust upon our people-- support their husbands as well as items to be covered Included ics. The Co. for their Perhaps the most successful
is the misnamed Equal Rights Amendment children.Do annual perennial for- anyone ) used as a budgets. steadily increasing efficiency plan, says, Newsweek,
was In Jacksonville Florida.
production, pasture Irrigation duction. J. the Masonic
age crop The article points out thata There teams of work watchers
these things sound too fan- pasture Insects and State new home large percentage of governmental compiled an "Idleness index"that
Call Street. It
This tastic to be ? Think it their control, selection of bulls employees have
proposed constitutional _a- true over. According and I for meetings deve-ri' compared the number of
mendment would take away a great to the Yale Law Journal, these and herd replacements, and of us if of the World loped the art of, goldbrlckW.: r'') workers' In each deaprtment
supplemental feeds. to The
a high degree. situation with the number who were actually -
number of women's most cherished are some of the conditions that women with us. lodge. In
particularly our l 1'ArguW
rights under the guise of prohibitingsex can expect to endure if their "equal discovered er cities, has become so bad, To make doing sure something.Idleness index -

discrimination. It simply says: rights" are "guaranteed" under the ... the the old building lodge that recent checks in some was not Ignored, the city;
"Equality of rights under the law proposed constitutional amendment : .', It's a woman's. charter of areas Indicate they would pro- council introduced Its figuresat
shall be denied '- vide material for a paperbackto budget hearings and used
not or abridged by v; .w' Camp, mount-
nl/rT/D/// )) County ( be read on the job, of these figures to determine
the United: States or by any state'on --And the women, it seems, are null Rome Econo gilded frame. course) titled "How To Get which
account of sex" On the surface ,this quick to recognize a fraud even whenIt (/
sounds all right, but here are"" a few is supposed to be in their behalf. corner condition where ; ,, .

of the results that would come from Months before Congress submitted this broken Llitlng a few examples front When department heads rea-
adoption of this amendment: measure to the states the only poll SOMETHING DIFFERENTFOR In a little had caused away a recent check In New York' lized that they were being
BREAKFAST them with City; showed that meter read.. checked and that their Jobs
taken on the subject showed that 77 te.
Most folks like a change now Brown ers average 39 meters a day" depended on their doing some
--Women would become equally per cent of the women disagreed that and again. Here are a few meal, headed O. W.: Sov-and while meter readers employedby thing about it, they got busy.
subject to military draft with men. they should have such "equal" treat- ways to get variety; --and may- cooked all men, that private firms read an aver- As a result taxes have dropped
ment. Apparently, they know a bad be surprises--Into breakfast. To slice ; in the Sov- age of 100 meters a day. City1 three years in a row and indications -
--Laws protecting women against bargain when they see one. Mix fruits--berries with cereal must of the Sov- elevator Inspectors are sup-' are they will drop
sliced peaches, for instance, Split of the posed to inspect at least'.9]: again this year.
or sliced bananas with oranges muffins or elevators a day A check'reA'
--for change of flavor, and In the oven is grant- vealed that most were In.WcJ/A} Most jobs performed by those
Camp of the
when you haven't enough of one bacon known ting 6. -V'"K paid for by taxpayers have coun-
: LettersThe kind to go around. ed rolls. ; and An auditor checking activity; terparts in business and industry -
To add Interest to cereals, Use: stale Starke Camp State of employees In the city; wet-d. A check of what thoseIn
top with favorite fruits. old favorite fare department, who's Job'was private Industry do to earn
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH fresh In season, or frozen, bread In a of the to check on' cases of welfare": their pay compared with what
ill Ir. Matthewf: canned or dried. Fruits go well tomato : Camp fraud, worked less than one 'civic employees do makes interesting -
you please print this with both hot and readytoeat in a little Consul Com' third of the time The balance material to bring up
letter ? cereals. of their time at a budget
14iiw foroar paper .Saute Advisor was spent reading session
In I will be Sprinkle grated cheese over on toast. books or newspapers.) ,.One '
'T of voting age and am highly con- eggs to be baked, or combine used as A ; S. Brooking Clerk, couple was observed ;" Not all civil employees are
.... ., cerned how the counting of the with scrambled eggs for a dif ; ; chess, others roamed play 9n loafers They get that way
.i. _", vote is done. ferent flavor treat. H ; F. aimlessly, some through lack of supervision) and
F LO RID I A"-.p RES 5 The Inspector working at Scramble eggs with tomatoes.To ; G. Adams, to work and many left early.. apathy on the part of department
the from 7 7p.m. 6 Beat : M. Ben- In fact J heads and officials. Surveys -
_- \ poll. a.m. to serve : together 6 they did very much ,
ASS I ., and then counting the eggs and a cupful of cooked or Managers; as they pleased with little or' and auditors' reports in
0 j' A T I' ,N vote. from seven on, It would canned tomatoes. Season, and : no supervision. u '''''. some instances show that as
appear to me that they would cook In a little fat over low that A. A clamp down and quotas extabllahed -* many, as 80 per cent of employees -
..' VrE.U. .... be too tired to count the. votes heat, stirring constantly, until fr to Starke In some departments fall to give an honestday's
and be accurate. as firm as you like It. opened his showed startling results. Rat work for the money re-
It seems that if such a small Broil or fry tomatoes--red tie' who ) the time that control Inspections by the health ceived.
1 MATTHEWS, Editor-Pusher! county; as Clay County; can have or green--and serve with ba- will aba| ( ) also came department were Increased 100
Published each Thursday and entered at Second voting machines, then Bradford con.Take (-11 Cur. :S) the turn per cent in the number of potholes *
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Florida County; should be able to. It a tip from New Eng The store Is plugged in a day., Wltho .
under Act of March 3,", 1S79. would save time and energy, land and have Saturday night's Wu him aIly occupied ,the cooperation of unions, Ma-1 The poet sings In praise of
and furhtermore It would baked beans for Sunday prwer! of ] who came '*' living; |Iq a house by the side
Subicriptien In trade area: 1 ,..,; $6.00; ; Outside mornIng | yor Lindsey got remarkable of the road. Its
trade area: I 7.00" be accurate. perhaps with codfish cakes liU-mlly in 1856 results in Increasing produetivlty .." particularly
'is year Concerned, and brown bread. Hut thought first large ; among city; employees satisfying U you can turn on
-- Jeannie Faulk Chop cold potatoes and heat Iratal In In* .. store In In other cities, notable De- vacancysig....

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Seminary. Jackson. Ml**. nh.io, etc. Then follow ovr choo'wle. Ne limit I
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Thus/ coupon wort/i f.50
State University. Tallahassee, I .... ;., $ ..ci S Quantity Rights
where he wa eelected for the '
Dean's ListMarried I > SUGAR $ $1.50 rKU < } Reserved
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to the former Janet CREAMER 2.9S + INtj

Gainer.'of Greensboro, N. C., VII mill I COUPONS TO Mil } ,' 25C OFF
he has- two daughter He 1* __caoun Venn MMI CMIH* MT /vp.O
a member of the Westminster
.I Presbyterian,Church of Tallabassee. KING I SIZETIDE I
un. >i IM.U Mn ir
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The Seminary serve' all '" M.49"- .,
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Those attending the Prescott-: ..
Fowler family reunion atDedan BOX

: :;' Baptist ,Church Sunday were:
Carl Prescott of Sanford, Mr. '
and Mr. Rene Juncal and family 1 1'kf ,
6 .
'.' of Tampa Orea Prescott e f \h'. SAVe I0c HEINZ SAVI 7< THRIFTY MAID
of Brooker}; Iran Basar of Jacksonville I4.1
; Mr. and Mr*. Charles Ketchup ..OT"E19C i Catsup . L! i 17C
Fowler and children Valrtco: ; ,
Mr and Mr. John S. May. % L. K = P, y, ,, Q Limit of your choice 57.SOormore purchos. excluding cigarette ,

:.i; <'1 nard and children of Mfflodgew JI rt' SAVE 13e FOLCER'S SAVE 29e ASTOR .
vllle, Cal; Mr. and Mr. Uenj q c

1.N:; ,.i of nIl Brooker Hodge ;and Mr.grandchildren and Mr. C. -.. t' 31 ) ,' Coffee 78C Coffee. a CAN 58

",I.:.I., B. Bailey of Plant City Muriel 1, U. s. CHOICE; kt limit 1 of your choice with $7.30 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
,. 'Grieve 'of Longwood; Mr. and *-V'"' SAVE 17. AURORA SAVE 25. DEL MONTE CUT GREEN
):>'; Mrs.,Willie Prescott of Lakeland Bath 4 r; $100 5 1601 $1
Tissue 1 Beans
''' ?, ; Mr. ,and Mr*. Eddie William W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE .q % CANS
; of Plant City W.. II. ?
I" SAVE 2Sc ARROW SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID CUT and Pearl Andrew of Waldo
;.It,, Avy Hines of Longwood; GenV .-; t ROILED BONELESS
I.'v; Bath Tissue $100 Beans 6 $1
;,?-., nell Reynolds of Jacksonville; PKGS CANS
,;...*. Mr. and. Mr*. Baity; Mam of SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE
Brooker Woodrow Prescott of SAVE JOc ALL-FLAVORS

i...oJ:.:, Starke Lorl wood; ; ;Claude Matilda Prescott Gatlin of of ( HUCK ti Chek Drinks 6 ':,7;. $10o 1 Large Eggs 2 DOZEN89c

Brooker; Mr. and Mr* Paul
Prescott and Johnny also of SAVE lOc BRACH'SChocolates SAVE lie BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER

i.<. Brooker." 69C 2 $1))00
I i Tina Edward celebrated her E BAG Helpers PKGS
_!, 5th birthday with a party; at

I Iy f night, Sept 15..The party; wa Bars "T 49C Softener GONDEEP SSe
I given by her parents.Mr. and f','. Candy PKG.: JUG 1
J.o Mrs.. Gene; Edward, and TtI -
.. na' brother Johnny. Those ii -
t attending from Brooker'were: ll. f( I 5 H00 Pickles 4801 59c
=:: Mr, and Mr. Ernest Edwards Pure Ground Beef 3 $199 'i Soap BARS e e e JAR
,t and Patsy; Mr.; and Mr. Tommy -
t r" Mr*. Inez Green Pie 21.01. 39 Cake Mixes 3 1801.. $100
Sliced Bacon 78C Filling PKOS.
PRAYER LIST:;Amanda Lewi ., . l8.. .. CAN
. -'Ernest Edward Fred .

3 J' Mr*. Harry Manning:; Mary Sauce ::;. 10C 79
Green Morris Dyal Zulen Hens. : :'., /' LI. 49c. ." '. '. '. Pampers .'. PRO
f Harrell \(Uncle) ,Harry Edward -

F Half Whole Hams 88C 1} Preserves 2 "' 49l Bleach GALLON 39cWD
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:".. Chuck Steak SSe Sausage 4 o 88C Gels & Fruit 2 :PACKS88C RS
"" I' We were very pleased to see <. IB. :. ''. CANS

PerU Thurston, Houston Drlsf'r JUMBO TERI KLEENEX CRACKIN' 0000

'*'..-* coll and Harrison Club meeting Batchelder after Chuck Roast! 78c Towels PKO.39c Saltines P: 24c
war back spells at of our Illness. W* are very IB.IB.. ', .

1* hospitalized at Brad. County ..: iOOCT.PKG. .
Charcoal 20 :aG88C: 68e
Hospital i There are other we Shoulder Roast. . $118 Paper .
would like to see at our meet- ,
Ings.. Dorothy Kerrigan Margaret RED DEliCIOUS *' ARROW WHITE 9"Paper DIXIE DARLING

.,.'"' Jackson Karl Hoist will and .4 aa: 69C Plates 100 CT."PKO.. 59C Family Bread ;; 22C
-'.]; we hop that Al, too, soon Apples . .. -
,' join US.
"JI n I'' called Mr. Casey, School 'DELICIOUS 10"-0'. 200.

,I.';.:.' Supt.senior and citizen. he assured who wish me that to Tokay Grapes '. . lB. 39C .Chili I I '. 5 CANS $1 Rye Bread 39C

,rk**' participate! in the School Lunch FRESH CRISP SAVE 58. TASTE O' SEA Shrimp or P.rch Dinn.r,or S.afood SAVE 38c SUPERB RAND'UDOISICLIS OR

..rJ:!"' Program at the High School The can Cucumbers 4 39C Platter 2 r.: $100 1 1SAVE Twin Pops 2 Tp vr"S' $1
.,'vl? do so 4 day, per week. F .
.. cost 1* liCk! This 1* especially
'J good for the elderly who live GEORGIA RED SWEETPotatoes 30e MORTON ASST. 3 COURSE SAVE 17c POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY

t.. ."."..'"' alone or couple who find It 3 48 Dinners 59C Potatoes 3 p2K '.. $100 1
difficult to prepare meal of at .. . -
,. home. They will be assured
-'-* having one balanced cooked MOUNTAIN GROWNPole

''':. meal a day. Beans 29C THRIFTY MAIDPEACHES

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-; Mr Betty Bennett of the
*u.? Bradford County Food Stamp ''
'.:'-'i' Program contacted me and we U. S. No.1 REGULARPOTATOES Shitla d

agreed that she would speak at
our next Senior Citizen Club
;:."'I meeting > Project Find with
*' :''' UMlldea of getting In touch with
-' the elderly. who could use this @
."1',' *ervlce. ,
:;;'-"" Our Exic. Bd.,will meetTue*.,' r \\p ,pC.. '. $ ,
> Sept 19 at the Rec. Center
'", Pratt St.' 12JO pjn. to discus
:"*." Kttvitl for the remainder of .
fc 4 411111
thl year, Halloween. Party I 10 1 .
.-,.,<. nomination and election 6?offl- :
',;,. Area the Xma.party.; Prixes ,
.1' i will be warded at bur Halloween POUND 29-oz.
,-..,.!. party for the mot ori- ,
.. ,,, glnal the handset and prettl-. qp4 VCNT-VU CANS. ,
.,A!II est coetumea M keep well. BAG ,
i .1 .: everybody. We are aiming 10w dM1 ? ," l' f
.: ward ,,productire( and happy 'f> '
meeting*. ., '''' 'I' J
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ThoM of you senior who ;'\ .- )
-vi have been meaning to come to
:.?"/ 'our' meeting now 1* the tIlDe E7oC'i'RA EX' 'R! 7aCC'1't4A: :; EX..RA. EXTRA
>:. to make up your mind and join I I dy( GREEN STAMPS ; I I dx GREEN STAMPS I I d GREEN STAMPS I I I I
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1;? and we went to bare our good S ONe ., 13-.1. CAN ONI 200-PT. ROLL. ONI 24-... JAI TWO 1.ll. CUPS
: w ttrne* ;you. 1 NESTIA
., -. -. Our melted meeting win be held Pin. Sol 1 Bug Bomb Foil W Ic. T.a Mix : Pimento Cheese ;
..1.4 Sept. 20 1 tvn. at the Pratt SCRec. 1 GOOD THRU SEPT. 27 OOOD THRU SEPT. 27 +1+ 0000 THRU SEPT. 27. i % GOOD THRU SEPT. 27 i 0000 THRU SEPT. 27

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M ....Joe Kerrigan .

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Elizabeth Terry
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF By __ .. th m__ hl-laws Mr.
JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Other Frldav wland --
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHURCH SCHEDULES by to see Mr. and Mrs J*.-F. ton and son, of Jacksonville, guests for the weekend were Mrs. Fred Moore.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- OF FLORIDA IN AND Grace United Methodist Robertson and Mrs. Edith guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clay- theIr' grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Bodden and Mrs.
FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Church Sunday School 9:45: Swlnney. F. Robertson and Mrs. Edith ton of St. Augustine visited Mrs. Harley Haring and son Vergie Daniels of Callahan visited -

CASE NO. 1286 CASE 1435: turn. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mrs. A. C. KIrkland was a 'I Mrs. C. R. Crews and Clenann Bill of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red-
IN RE: The Marriage of ERIC __L...G. mIL and MALLIE and 8 p.m. Children's Hour guest of her son and daugh Swlnney on Thursday. > wasa on Thursday afternoon. Coleman Phillips and mother dish on Saturday.
Elizabeth Terry
FLOYD KAPLAN. Husband and mIL,his wife Plaintiffs, -VI- Tuesday 7 to 8:30: p.m. Prayer ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs A. C. Miss overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes Mrs. O. J. Phillips visited Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore
LINDA JANE NORE KAPLAN RAYMOND K. SUMPTER and Meeting Wednesday 8 p.m., Kirkland Jr., and family of her Thursday sister Mrs. C. E..StrIck- of- Starke were dinner guestsof Miss Debbie Phillips of of Lake City spent Sunday with
Wile BILLIE L. SUMPTER, his wife. Choir Practice Thursday 7:30: Brooker on Saturday. Gainesville.Mrs. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Macclenny on Sunday. their parents Mr. and Mrs.
land of .
NOTICE OF SUIT Defendants. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Refuse spent the Earl Teston and family. Peter Todor of Okinawa spent Fred Moore.
TO: Linda Jane Nore Kaplan, NOTICE OF ACTION- p.m.MYF of the church conducteda and family of Kingsley weekend. L.with P. her sisterinlaw Mr. and Mrs. David Wainwright -
56 Ashmore Road Worcester PROPERTYTO bake sale on Saturday the Lake were guests of their parents and Kris of Albany
Mrs. Bertha Stuckey ot son, -
Massachusetts 01602. : RAYMOND K. SUMPTERand proceeds went to the Motho- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacksonville., Ga., were weekendguests This pleasure trip will do you good!

You are hereby notified thata BILLIE L. SUMPTER, his dice Children Home at Enter- Norman and the Carl Normanson Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson of their parents Mr. and )Mrs.\, -
petition for dissolution of wife Address Unknown. prise. The sale amounted to Saturday Other guests were attended the funeral Mrs. Doyle Starling. "t..llGI.
marriage has been filed against YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an $44.00. another son, Floyd Norman and Doris Gurden In Jacksonvilleon Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt
you and you are required to action to foreclose a mortgageon Mitchell of Jacksonville and Friday. of Tallahassee spent the week- ro"1

serve a copy of your answeror the following property In Highland Baptist Church- John Norman of Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clav- end with their parents Mr.
pleading to the petition on Bradford Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beach
County Sunday School 9:43: a.m. Wor-
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HEN- -
the petitioner's attorney Lot three (3)) Block B, ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: of Jacksonville spent from Sun- '
RY L. GRAY JR. 211 N. E. Blanding Sub-Division according p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- day until Thursday with theJ. ONLY THEVERYRICHCAN \\
First Street. Post Office Drawer to plat of same appearingIn day at 7:30: p.m. followed by F. Robertsons and Mrs. Edith .
"O," Gainesville Florida the Public Records of Bradford Choir Practice._ Swinney. ,
32601, and file original answer County, Florida has been Mr. and Mrs. Ceo R. Sum- AFFORD CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING Q RESORT
or pleading in the office filed against you and you are PERSONALSMr. merlin of Lake City were F

of the Clerk of the Circuit required to serve a copy of and Mrs. Arthur Green Wednesday to Friday guests
Court on or before the 25th your written defenses. If any and family of Albany Ga., spent of their brother-in-law and sister FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI! l tnjuy the peace
day of October 1972. If you to It on JOHN KOPELOUSOS the week with their mother Mr. and Mrs.Hubert Priest and quiet of the mountains-a riot ot colors in autumn .

foil to do so, judgment by default Plaintiff's attorney whose address Mrs. Joe Dorko. They were and Lamar. QUALITY WORK crisp, cool days refreshing: refill I nightvoiulcrlul!
will be taken against you Is 142 West Call Street, dinner guests of their grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingwere DOESN'T COST IT PAYS food. Conic back feeling fresh: us'la bree/e.: : If you like
for the relief demanded In the Starke. Florida 32091 on or Mrs. Ernest Wells on weekend guests of their activity there square: dancing horseback riding; craft
petition. before October 12, 1972.and file Monday. brother and sister-in-law Mr. making, wilderness!! pack trips!!, hear and hoar hunts! boat'
Done and ordered at Starke the ordinal with the Clerk of and Mrs. Earl Denmark and IIOWN IEFRIGERATION tag, fishing-lots morel! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates!
Florida, this 15th day of September this Court either before ser- Miss Arthurlne Blanchard family of Atlanta, Ga. lower after September' 15-less crowded: /or rewrvailmiiphone ,

1972. vice on Plaintiffs attorney or visited her sister. Miss Enza Mrs. Charles Cowan and son WEATHERTRON AIR CONIITIONING 4982211. \
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Immediately thereafter; other- Blanchard on Friday. Bryan, and Mrs. John Cowan HEAT PUMPS
Circuit Court: wise a default will ben entered and daughter Rebecca, all of Send for

By: Oeulah M, Moody against you for the relief demanded Mrs. P. L. Dinkins spent Jacksonville, wen supper > 226 S. Walnut St. STARKE 964-7731. FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Village N.C.
Deputy Clerk In the complaint or Friday with her son and daugh-
CHANDLER, O'NEAL AVER, petition. ter In law Mr. and Mrs. I I
GRAY, LANG & STRIPLING WITNESS my hand and the Charles Dinkins of Starke. ..

By. Henry L. Gray Jr. seal of this Court on this 29th .. 3' BIG DAYS ) >;.
Attorneys for Petitioner day of August 1972. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad :
Post Office Drawer 0 GILBERT S, BROWN ley of Jacksonville spent the ," THURSDAY, ; {

GaineSVille Florida 32601 Clerk of the Circuit Court weekend with their mother r.unw ;% b 'lj FRIDAY" & 4f o'ft 1V .I
10/12/ e ; 't'
9/21 4t By Beulah M. Moody Mrs. R. L. Brudley. \ ,' \ :

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First : Sept. 7. 1972 Mrs. Kenneth Prater of Jacksonville { '1r I'
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGU'S,; 9/7 4t 9/28 visited her mother NSJ:+-!' ," ,
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COURT: OF nHADJo'OIlDCOUN- Mrs. Walter Martin on Tues CONTINU .

TY, FLORIDA! LN' PROBATE day. Mrs.Martin returned home .
NO. 1-19H1/ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO with her and stayed until Fri- i.d
TCRMAN Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that 0

NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll the undersigned pursuant to Mrs. Horace Cox of Santa
creditors of the Estate Chapter 864.09, Florida Statutes Fe Lake was a dinner guest
;.; of CLARA LATTCRMAN. deceased will register with the of her mother Mrs. P. L. 1'.rlrlil f
'.', are hereby notified and Clerk of the Circuit Court in Dlnklns on Tuesday. 111 TRIPS (

.. required to file any claimsor and for Bradford County, Florida tlatmMfl.YmuoNt a'w &
demands which they may the fictitious name of LABOR .t tom YW M.Nle.M.N irwl 1' 1
have against said Estate: In the NEWS, under which,I am Mrs. Walter Martin Mr. and {.... y
/our E ONuIWi
Office of the County: Judge of engaged in business at 640 Mrs. Sidney Hansen, Miss'Dor- P1IZI.W OM THEY YAEEPUIIIwGNIGNI
Bradford lOImty.1"Iorlda: in Gardner St., Starke F'la.32091. othy Swanbom an
the Court: House at Starke l'"lo- JJC.: : Simpson, 640 GardnerSt. of Jacksonville attendedthe oAUIIEREVOAiI

I 1 rids, within six (6) calendar ., Starke, Ha.32091 sole own- Dedication Services for the ; ''';:5::"; 1 t\ CONY IN .Na HILL OUl i i

months from the date of the New Chapel and dining hall : ,,;;,:Xy.r:,IV /.OLI PA t.V U ICOUxT $10NTU "f
.* first publication of this notice. er.Dated this 12th day of September at Lake Swa.1 Bible Camp, A : p ., Yo.cM.1. ,,cIM1. ,,1M prn R,

Each claim or demand must 1972 at Starke Bradford four course dinner was served : .
be In writing and must state County, Florida. 9/21 4tp after which Dr. Billy Graham 4 = ,
the place of residence and post 10/12 of N. C. was the speaker Gov. -
office address of the claimant Askew gave a ringing testimony
and must be sworn to by of his faith in God. Dr. Bailey I
the claimant his agent or his IN TIlE: CIRCUIT COURT OF of New York also gave a short $ as ,
attorney, or it will become FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL talk. wiYO
void according to law. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD -
/s/ AMELIA T. ROUUHTSAdministratrix\ COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION Th. pant you
c.ta. CASE NO. -. Mrs Willa Mae Bassett and hav* boon Eagle Paper Towels
Patrick looking ore
of the Estate: CLAJAJ.ArnUMAN. / IN REt The Marriage of DOROTHY daugher-ln-law Mrs. her*at tromendout AlTk
: De ANN TRAVISlWlfe AND Bassett and son of Islamorada. toving. I 100 u...around Ih.hau...,, ,
returned from Ashevllle, All permanent Handy. Absorbent. U. orator
TRAVIS Husband
C.H. .
ceased. ,,. NT
and > color' 120 ( ft. Shooter #1p.rblylada.d
and stopped press u .q Polaroid Square
/s/tUGCNu, l 1'-. SHAW DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE N. C. Thursday 162-1 I ply 10"''.Limit I.'

SIIAW AND KOPELOUSOSP. ... NOTICE OF.SU1 vist"i. 'ffnjtT. ; "*....,';:J."' ->:"" -t :- :"" "a n In aw Id*rang* T' III Land Camera
O. Box 1086 "TO,: C.IirTRAVISJ' I r of color and .You'd Expect to Pay
Starke I Florida 32091 % 210MaInt3Cet'ry J $ '' W 7 A Irla., 29-3K ;up to S30.00 A Pair For beautiful' pictures on the spot I With, or

Attorneys for Administratrix Butler New Jersey! -' the SEVENTH day of NOVEMBER ktbtr f'_,,.r SAVE 22% without a f laih...inside. or out. 1 Yr. Womanly.ou .
IIKST l'UBUCA110N:Septem- YOU ARE HEREBY JNOTIFIED to fill the following offices Expect to Pay Men's Imported Dress Shoes / oar SAVE 2.00
to S10.00 A Pair / DI.cunt ?
ber 21, 1972. that an action for dissolution : up "
9/21 4t 10/12 of marriage has been filed Representative In Congressfor roihionabl* Italian styling Hand- 1'' wo..' '{ ,
against you and you aWj required the Second,Congressional torn* tol.ction I of ooiortod Btylot. Our DI.eoonP\' '"mJI"
to serve a copy::of youf writ- District. PI. aunt a:99': Nor all ityloi In all floras. 7-12. wen ,"
NOTICE ten dofonsea if ahyi'to' It on One (U J) Commissioner Florida -
Bradford County Zoning ELZIE S. SANDERS,Attorney Public Service Commis SAVE 1.00 SAVE 2J4 't;

Board, las made Applicationto for Petitioner whose address aloe Our rJ
is 138 West Call Street Starke \
State Attorney. DNWnIPnc./ :
Bradford County Zon-
the Florida and file the original l Was r
Public Defender. 0
Hoard for reclassification ,
ing .
with the Clerk of the above- U
of the property described below State Senators for the following EDetergent
from 11I.to HI-C. styled Court on or before Sep- Senatorial Districts: 5, 16 EpGLF' Oil

,4' That portion property South judgment tember 28 may, 1972 be entered; otherwise agaln.t -a 6.Members of the State House' 1 j Ladies' & Girls Dress Shoes '' Oscillating Sprinkler \ 100* purvir
: of Road 100 West Limits
; of Starke and lying within you for the relief demandedIn of Representatives for the following L.,111.i Seoftonol. Clearance of. as tottedtyli Rain-War.. Th. oscillatingorinkier .gin...crude...* bas'In-
colon & fobne Wideelection. .
the Petition for Dissolution House District: 25. ,, that waters up to I I mileaa,' & *n*
the Edwards Loop Road (ltd ', Not oil ..yl.. In all 1900 .ft, Rectangular
I 100-A) all belna In Section 29. of Marriage.; Clerk, Circuit Court. .10.... Women's. tit. ** 510 and area from tq o'.9' 10 32'.60'> gin* Me, leis
WITNESS hand and the .., .. Photo Cuba
30 and 31, Township 6 South, my Sheriff. prh ii 8 3. I Full Year Guarantee. I.Lu

:.Range 22 East. seal of said A.D.1972.Court this 24th.day Tax Assessor SAVE 50'\ S..ld", .La t ptattie, cuoti" no'KolcUrl; Limit 1 I.. SAVE 32* SAYE 1111
This change In classification Of August Tax Collector. D..p'oy' "fiv. 3h. 3'v'! plctv,... or MM ramp,
l GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK Superintendent of Schools .b.nut.Iuliya..mly.ld.el/ah. ( "-meaoftc." .
is to hearing
: subject a BYt Beulah M. Moody DKPJTY :- of Elections OO coy ra. OwObceunt .
:, to be held on Tuesday Sep CLERK Supervisor III ,SAVE 23' we Pric. Wat GL U
Board of County Commissioners
tember 26 at 7:30: PM In the 0. D"caunl ric.
County Commission room at 8/3141 9/21 Districts I I. 3, 5. WO .'
Elzle S. Sanders owl Ol a.Vi Ptc.'
the Bradford County CourtHouse Members of the School Board W. 1U

at which time all per- Districts 3, 4. ; :"" _
JoI ...
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sons Interested shall be heard In Testimony Whereof have ."..

for or against the proposal NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR hereunto set my hand and affixed '- y--- ...ou'P' :.._... '. Kitty White
as specified In the Zoning Codeof TAX DEED the Great Seal of the Iee4 tNLaa/fur I ) Cat Litter

Bradford County. Sec. 194.16 F. S. State of Florida, at Tallahassee Men's Leather Belts 11 "0 I D.oJocitlno.-
John l'orode. Chairman NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Capital this the .
A. Solid. & perforated style.. orbant.Somfarywhir
Thirtieth day of August, Ir
Bradford County that Mr. HAL\VARTH, the holder granuleshaw
I Large 2prong buck I. rjit Eagle Chlorine
D. 1972. .
Zoning Board of the following certificates black. 28-42. many uu*
(SEAL) elaat 10: "liquid, chlorine. Keep ,. lOlb..
9/14 2t 9/21 has filed said certificates for Ladlu' pool l sparkling clear.Control"* L'
a tax deed to be Issued thereon SECRETARY OF STATE y,, Pant Tops SAVE ZO"i bacteria. aloo..2.t b qaIjugs*

IN TIlE COURT OF THE years The certificate of Issuance numbers the description and 9/7 4t 928NOTICE ?!J 100;; Poly...., OwDueeunr' N ,y SAVE 111 .,- ,
COUNTY JUDGE BRADFORD of the property ,and the tops fit of' oil/ any Prla Wy.Y.90: ,"!;;3'"
r pair ponrtsAttarl.d ;
IN PROBATE i b Ow Di.eouM
COUNTY FLORIDA names In which It wasassessed colon '" '
v: areas follows: In tn.l. S-M.L.
:J' In re: Estate, of ANDREW Certificate No. 137. Year of TAX DEED-
Toilet Slats
::S'j; JACKSON BARR1, Deceased. Issuance 1969.Description. Sec;194.16, F. t>. Men's Nylon Magnolia '

,IN: To All Creditors and Perv of Property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ill I OWwD 1ueoun fie, / Slrstch Sacks MaUM tnwtiM.Ball**ed. On*d rase. SAVE 23% ,

l Ions Having Claims or Demands Lot 8 on Palm 'of, Crystal that S. F. GRIFFIS, JR., the : 'y'.1 M llnl.h.. Whit and
vj Against Said Estate: Lake Homesltos. -- holder of the following certificate / quality 100: Nylon,trtch top ..erred cvlar*. Ealll ,
sjou and each of you are Name in which assessed has filed said certificates I SAYE 1 DO k..Avulobl.: Our Dttctftmi Prtc* fl Tabll
;>,x: hereby notified and required In a variary .f
First Mortgage Company of for a lax deed to be Issued Radio
7 to present any claims and demands All rt. thereon. The certificate .palt.rnt...S".lo-13& cal- T.V. Tar
which you or either of of said property being In number and years of issuance. (KIIII Sir1 E nay| hour* atllttaning
you, may have against the the County of Bradford Stateof the description of the property I plaol*
I King .i. Iooy .
estate of ANDREW JACKSON!\ Florida. and the names In which It was y SAVE > t Liquid PrellShampoo tobl.. In mod., d.. Modal ur. KA601.SroM.
BARRY deceased! late of said Unless such certificate or ,assessed are a. follows: ;, .pl t .Ign.Pio.tfcl.gtlpo.
County to the County Judge certificates shall be redeemed Certificate: 105, tear of Itz.
a of Alachua. County, Florida at according to law the property 1a..ncel970.. Our Di. PI. Glww.ll. SAVE 26' Ow DI.c...nt SAVE 1.9z
his' office In the court house described in such ,certificateor Description of Property I Lot w.. ;;;; I? a, Toothpaste 0u. pi.r P'lc.Wa ,

': of said county at Gainesville.. certificates will be sold to 148', Sq In SW Cor of SW1/4 Ladles- Umrr 3a i t ir + PILa.toy Our DitcauntPrie. : S

Florida within six calendar the highest bidder at the courthouse of NWl/4 of VI/4. Sec. 10-7- Flats wJeans .
months from the time of the door on the first Monday Leg P

first publication of this notice. in Month of October 1972, 22.Name In which assessed Ray- '"
Each claim or demand shall which is the 2nd day of Oc-, mon Hall Th... imni (.*- I I '
be In writing and shall state tober. 1972. '. All of said property being .lur.. patch pack Boys' Half Boisr ,. '
the place of residence and post Dated this 16th daof: August 'In the County of Bradford,State lOW" cotton.In 7-ton thovaral* Pants ,. .n .,. Guitar
office address of the claimant, 1972. of Florida. e.Xm In '. 1 } 'ypyw rw t ', .
and shall be sworn to by the GILBERT S. BROWNEBy ; Unless such certificate or .....Ing co'or' off' tha(bent 2-ockt*ot. 3 ash 4 ..1 Flshllll Combo \ re.dlM'oriebSIon61& .
;. claimant, Ms agent, his attor- Beulah M. Moody certificates shall be redeemed pont.. ......1 11DX1Bmfl! n {:, > I .Irlna, fin.qur .
nay, and any such claim or Clerk of Circuit Court of according to law the property .. ...,I/dn $ fw ,r aak 77.3Y A Rod.tall' P.nn water R.....1'. that No. ,;" "d finlh.Zippor .

demand not' so med shall be Bradford County. Florida described In such certificate OurOieeuMPrk, $*E :, nr..Wt p', c; I I. 'Th. R..' 01 Champ ( ) Our Discount Prlnz
;: void. 9/7 4t 9/28 '- or certificates will be sold w. r' -? Zlez g/1ee's ion.' W.
Attorney Dell Graham.Wlllcox to the highest bidder at the a
Barber Rappenecker. court house door on the first SAVE 1.110 SAVE ZO% 4e.t SAVE Z.oo SAYE UI .
Ryals Henderson. A. P.O. NOTICE OF ELECTION Monday In Month of October .eft

Drawer .J, Gainesville Florida 'Be It known that i. Richard 1972. which Is the 2nd day of Our Ditcount, Prle. M" Our OlKMint

32801. (Dick* Stone. Secretary <* State October. 1972. w.h46' P'lc.wa,
Martha Jean Barry As Ex.. of the Slate ofFlortdsdo hereby Dated this llth day of August, s _
ecutrtx of the Last Will and give ; 1972.
Barry deceased. ford County. Slate of Florida. By Bwiteh M. Moody D.C.Clerk AVE.
First publication September on 'l'uIldalIIxt succeeding the of Circuit Court of STARKE.. FLORIDA! FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT YEAR ROUNDLAYAWAY
; 14, 1972. first Monday in November. A. Bradford Coy, Florida PHONE M-751 ,
t 9/14 4t 10/5 D.. 1972. the saMTwideybeingSeptember. 9/7 4t 9/28

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investment( in Your Future

At If you Post of have some noticed Office old famallar the absence RichE.m 1111mm1;ODITUARIES 1111! mmm English 1j11111ml 1M l r''i.'.\) .' l!: 1,rf! I>f"".":/t..,., .fj[:,t,;; H\ I?: & ll I* : U"',3,'H.., It[;;: *;$;,*: (L1 f*%' li I*1i :. ; 'i I.M !I: I rY I

face at the Starke Port Office ur. ''he when your tresses k. theft jtilt your text be lbs.GRACE "

the line promoted up Starke died In Veterans Hospital STARKE CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn TF.:S'F CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH: FIRST UNITED METHODIST
C. Hazen. says Postmaster- T. Gainesville, Opportunites for Service. Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morn ing Worship II am.; Evening i1IGJWAYS-IOQA;, STARKE<
"The old time ternoon following an extended Sunday.. S.S. Promotion Day IRa;worship at 11 a.m. Sunday Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday Sunday Sept. 17-- -Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 9:45;Morning
political system ended era of the illness Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Morning night Service at 6:30.: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study School, 9.45; Morning Worship Worship 11; Training Union Worship 11; Junior and Senior
years back when the a few A retired carpenter Mr. Worship at U o'clock ser- Wednesday night prayer 7p.m. Young Peoples Meet.* at 11; Church Training, 6:15; 7t Evening Worship 8. Wednesday MYF groups 6 p.m.
States Postal 1 Service> English was born In Florida on ,mon by Rev. Joseph B. Folds meeting at 7:30.Cecil ing every Monday 7 p.m. WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Prayer Meeting. 7:30.: Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal -
being." Hazen declared.came Into January 7.1894. He was a WWI Director-Evangelist of Sunday ": E. Crawford, Sr. Pas- C.F. Prevatt, pastor.Everyone Evening Worship, 7:30. toRey, Leon T. Odom Jr.,pas- 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting -
The first merit transfer was veteran, a member of the School-Led Revival. Church tor; welcome. MondayYouth Choir 7 p. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal -
Clerk Henry Godwin to Law- American Legion, and of the Training 6:15: pjn.; EvenIng 7:45.:
fey to accept a position as First Christian Church of Worship at 7:30 p.m. STARKE OF CHRIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST m.Tuesday-- Bible Study 10 a. I CHURCH OF GOD Rev. George L. HarperST.

rural letter carrier. Starke. MondayAdult S.S Workers Bible School 10 Wor_ Sunday School 9:30j; Training 'n. LAWTEY FLA.
Then William B.Scoggins Surviving is his wife: Leona Conference 8:30: pjn.j: Sunday ship Services r,,11 a.m.a.m. and Union 10:15: a.m.; Morn1neWorship Wednesday;'- Family Night Schedule of services: Sunday
Grime English of Starke two School Led Revival Service U a.m. Evening Worship Supper 6:30 Pr MeetIng MARK'S EPISCOPAL
offered and accepted a vacan- ; 6 Midweek Service Wednesday ; yer School; : ,' 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
cy as Postmaster at Ralford. daughters: Mrs Minnie Lee 7:30: p.m. p.m. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible- 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: 7:30: ; Adul Choir Pra- ,s,hip at ll. Evangelistic Ser- CHURCH, STARKE
More recently Bryce C. Titus Manire of Jacksonville and TuesdayMusic Makers,, Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church Wednesday -Rev.S.C.CutJIbert tice 8:30. vDellion Ice 6 P.m. YPE and Prayer
was offered and Mrs. Esther Sanders of Star'he; Choir; Young Musicians Choir Pastor -- Sumrall! patter j 1.feeling each Wednesday 7:30 Holy Eucharist 8:30: a.m.
accepteda SS located one block west on SR
Robert of 3:30: p.m.; G.A., 4:15: ; Youth : Interim Pastor Sundays and 11 a.m. on 1st and
position as Officer In Chargeat one son: English 16.: ',,' p.m. .Rev. Daisy Right pastor I
Glen St. Mary. Stan wood, Washington, 18 Workers Conference; 6:30; Revival -J.P.H. I 3rd Sundays.
Under the new system know- grandchildren, 6 nieces and 12 Service 7:30: p.m. minister) NEW RIVER BAPTIST Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m.,
ledgable and nephews. WednesdayFamily Night FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning ST MARY'S CATHOLIC 2nd 4th and 5th Sundays.
qualified ;
employees 6 Children S.S. PINE 1LL CONGREGATIONAL; Sunday Service Sunday School Church School
are offered positions at Services were from Jones Supper p.m.j; Worship 11 a.m. Training CHURCH MACCLENNY -- 9:45 a.m.
Workers Conference R.A. METHODIST CHURCH 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Union Sundays. EYC 6
other offices Memorial Chapel in Starke ; 7p.m. Evening Worship, p.m. Sundays -
on a ba- Mass. 12
seniority Sunday'
ala that Is Tuesday afternoon with J.C. Meeting 6:30: ; Revival Service: Sunday School IP!) a.m. Morning 10:45: ajn. Evening Service 7:15: 8 p.m. Wednesday Night serI noon. Holy .
; senior qualified jay Mass, 5:30
7:30 }Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- John M.
employee gets first Brown Jr., minister conduct- p.m. vice 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel- Flynn Rector.
Under the corporation ing. Burial was in Long Branch Thursday-- Pro-School S.S. vice .6 p.m. Evening Worship, day 6:30 p.m.i.c. come.
con- Cemetery under direction of Workers Conference 6:30: p.m.; 7:30.: p.m. Rev. L.L. Crlffii Brown minister Jim Countryman, pastor
cept advancement, employees are limitedIn DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof Revival Service 7:30: p.m. pastor. I- -- -l- -
only their
abilities and
and. 6:30 MELROSE Sunday School,10 a.m. Morn-
by accepting transfers to offices OF GOD "
T. Brock J Pastor. Schedule of Services ing Worship 11 FOOTBALL CONTEST
that have vacancies can -- Raiford Road '&'Weldon St. : a.m. Evening
Lottie Wiley Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
now rise Into management ranks Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Morning Worship 11 EvenIng Meeting 7:30 .
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST a.m. pjn. Wednesday.Rev.
whereas both the employee and Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening
the service benefit the em- Sunday School 10 .m. Mom- 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30 Worship 7 p.m. J.C. Saunders pastor
Lottie Wiley, 75, Starke, diedat All other
11 a.m. Ser- evenlng-8. p.m.
ployee gains a promotion and her residence Friday even- ing Worship Pre -Charles Thomas pastor
the Postal Service gains the verces (Booster Band Young HAMPTON CHRISTIAN f
Ing.Born People and Prayer Service), CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH S1OOCAS
knowledge an experienced In Florida September CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a'.m.:
6 Evening Worship 7 Morning ,
employee Hazen pointed out. p.m. p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
S, 1897 she was the daughter GRACE BAPTIST Worship 11. Training Union .
In addition several employees late W. and Midweek Service Wednesday CHURCH STARKE Worship 11 a.m. Evening
the George Lucy 6:30.: Evening
of the Starke Post Office Jane Hhoden Wiley. She wasa 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Worship Pastor 7-30.: ( Worship-James. Shaw pastor. EVERY WEEK ,I

are eligible for retirement: T. member of the Church God. Pastor. Infr Worship at 11. Training Rev. Jim Black
F. Howell, Rural Carrier: Jack Surviving are several nieces Union 6t30 p.m. Evening Worghlp LAURA BAPTIST See Page
Underhill, Clerk; Bill McRae and nephews. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 7:30 Wednesday Prayer Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- 8
Rural Carrier; Ed flail Clerk; Services were held Tuesday CHURCH Meeting 7:30: --Rev. Leon DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening
and Blake Jackson Assistant September 19, from the DeWittC. Intersection of Highways 16 Tf Odom Jr., pastor. BROOKER Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek
Postmaster. Jones Chapel with Rev.M.E. (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- ble Study Wednesday 7:30 p.
"Retirement! however is not ship Services 11 a.m. and 7
mandatory until age 70 and in Fussell Hope Cemetery conducting.at Theressa.was Wells Sunday pastor.School 9:45: Morning .'", HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. m.Be In church Sunday. ,.. -- -

some of the above listed are Service at 11. Evening; Service \,(Highway 100 at Theressa) -Rev. Lacy Conway .pastor Letter Austin, pastor. _
not talking possibly their respective 7:30 Sunday School. -,10"a.m, ;:0"
7:30.: Wednesday Service :
spouses may have, Mrs. Alexander 'Morning Worship 11 am -
something to say about that P.m. .training Union 6:33: p.m.

\ so we think It Is possible we Mrs. Anna Alexander, 85 of Evening Worship ,-' 7:15 p.m.
may have a few familiar faces Jacksonville died Wednesday MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Wednesday Night Prayer Services ] TOW
around .for a while" Hazen'' Sept. 14. In a Jacksonville hospital Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday 7:30: pjn. Rev. Merle EveryDayLowPrice | | EverDayLowPrice
added. after an extended illness. School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Packham, pastor. '
She was born in Blackshear, ship 6 p.m. Training Union FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Pantry
Ga. on Oct. 10, 1886, the daughter 7 p.m. Evening Worship. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST REGULAR GRIND
of the late William and Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- FAIRSUPERMARKETS
Mp.NcighborsI'i ; Millie Pinholster. She was the vices. ship Service 11 a.m.' Church FRESHFRYERS Pride'OR,: ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
-Rev. Bob Cooper pastor {(Training 6:30 p.m. Evening
widow pf the late Edward Alexander -
\ .. .... ._. ,I'f 'Worship! 7:30.
1 I !" t'
\ -- I" Mrs. Alexander was a retired Wednesday-Prayer Meeting
I "'f1 1'::11\ CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS )17:30' p.m. STARKE'S
1 practical nurse and wasa
CHURCH Rev. J.'D. Robinson
1'( { ( : Surviving memberof are Baptist two Church.Hal Sunday School 9:45: a.m. w f 320 S. WALNUT ST. J
rl.t 1' "If sons
111} I I"I l ::; rI'[ E. and Leon Alexander both Evening Morning Worship Worship 7:30: p.m.11 a.m. \, BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH C LB ifIs .........'o..c..ooo.. ,..... '
of Jacksonville; one sister, BROOKER, FLA. 33 ti-59 -Io NUS.y.1..6000 :.v
Thursday night Prayer Meet- WHOLE -.D u.r v n" nNnl.r0yry.l.lNr.D
'q. Mrs. Tommie Johnson, Miami Rev.Jim Sunday
$ ; K pastor LB '" "
l '..I.. two grandchildren, and one ing 7:30: p.m. 1 School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, 2 PER BAG ,
David Hodges PastorSunday n r! pkan/t xrlW
it1t.rI: greatgrandchild.Funeral Superintendent. Training Union,, STIMrCOUPONS
:; services held, I I.. Lff1
._ were 1'AM' ON BArIlSTjJ / 8:45.. Lowell Douglas DIr BBUBssSEBB -.I -1
at :2! p.m. Friday at the grave- rector;' Worship Services 11 a. ''I

: ; --..s.'.-:... .- -, side in New .River' Cemeterywith 'School-) "m.i| Morn=""Pj q'W+m., 7:30.': Midweek Prayer Ser :fC.ENte, CUT t -.; -,BONELESS' J ...
: p-1.' Kev. E. C. McDanields Ing Service 11 a.m. Bible Study vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, nu* trrrrtlrc ,U., S. NO.1"
officiating. Arrangements were 6:30 Evening Service 7:30: I t sic director. r 10"11/ 1 ROUND
In charge of DeWitt C. Jones L WHITE'STEAKS
Funeral Home.. : ronn
P.m.Wednesday '- Prayer and y,
Bible Study 7:30: p.m. GREATER BETHLEHEM I STEAK

Amos E. HowardFuneral Melvin Hamel Pastor FREE Cor.WILL Ash &BAPTIST Chestnut CHURCH, Sunday j! POTATOES

School 9:30: ; Morning Worship.
services for AmosE. ST. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service -
62, of Lake Butler CHURCH: STARKE ; 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams bl1'iD"lt.v3;
Howard i 1OJ
Father James Cregan
pastor 1iaJ' $1191
$129 i 69c
were held at 2 p.m Thursday Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday pastor. uwiiue/

Sept. 14, In Elzey Chapel Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass J LB. 1JIFFYSINGLEUYER \(;
Cemetery. 7 p.m. LONG B1tIDGE BAPTIST
Mr.. Howard died Tuesday Confessions 6
Ask Sept. 12, at his home, following Sunday School CHURCH 10 a.m. Morning EveryDayLowPrke Every DaytowPrki EveryDayLbwPrlcc;
a lengthy Illness. A native p.m.School of Relgion: Worship 11 a.m. Evening :'* *) : Moil* i
Charley of Union County ho was a Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday FRYER SOLIDnrffflj
yaw member of Harmony Free Will
a.m. to 12 noon. Everyone welcome. SLICED
E. Baptist Church; was a trustreeof High School -- Sunday 7p.m. Rev. Robert Halston. pastor ROAST
the Lake City Community BOLOGNA
College and a member of the
Johns Lake Butler Rotary Club. ,
lad; lie Is survived by his widow MORGAN: ROXD Sunday School. 9:45: Youth n aw B ,.,
Irene M. Howard;; onelaughter. B\PfIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m.
About this) question: Mary Howard, and J Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
a i son Caiiova !M. Howard; his Sunday School 10 :a.m. !Morn-\ t! Wednesday 8 p.m.lIEILB'RONN gat 1-2-3 rrr roa
"Our yacht broke loose in mother. Mrs. Ethel R; Howard, lag Worship :at 11. Training ,* : SCOTT IrMI'AIGr!

a storm last summer and all of Lake Butler;; two sisters Union 6:30: Eveiilng. Service.'f'f 1 JELL-O
was wrecked on a rocky :Mrs. Annie II. Brown :31.:. : BAPTIST 1
shore. Our neighbor lost Lake Butler. and :Mrs. !Mamieaiiiels. :WednesdayPrayer: and CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. MIXES: : :, 1 iTOWELSI
Sunday School 9:45 ORANGE-PINEAPPLE ;
) Carton''tile. III.; four : a.m. I .
hid boat in n gas explosion. Bible Study 7:30) p.m. Morning Worship 11. ,
brothers.181'cus.: Billy, Cary, Training 7 Sol FROSTING WHITE LEMON FUDGE-
Rev.; Bob Cooper pastor!, 1 LIME A DECORATED OR ASS? COLORS
E. -- Union 6:30 ORANGE:
Does the Charley
and Glenn Howard all of Lake p.m. Evening Service 8oz FUDGE BROWNIE A BLUEBERRY MUFFIN7oxLEMON I / / /
Johns Agency supply 'nil Butler; four grandchildren and 7:30.: Midweek Prayer 1

risk insurance on all types" one great-grandchild. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Service-Rev. L.7:30: Tommy, Howe pas 2 : 4.75oz IDe | 129c
of sail and motor boats? e e e HOLINESS: CHURCH tor. 125c

Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; PKG
Charley E. Johns A father who has torn tour :Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth CHURCH OF GOD
ing with his family reports hr Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 422 X. St. Clair St., Starke.
Agency got IS miles per gallon of gas ship 7 p.m.Tuesday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 1 BoniisBuyeioiioiA '
131 S. Walnut St. nollnp but only about fire per Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship H a.m. SundayEeiUng
PHONE 964.5070 candy bar. : 7 p.m. Youth Night, *i
rr p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor Wednesday, 7:30: 'p.m. Prayer) DELICIOUS SWEETPOTATOES COOKED
Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m.
-. O soft A --Rev. :M.E. Fussell pastor. APPLES SHRIMP
ia.Aa -
,Op e L e 1

i REVIVAL J t 633 BAPTIST W. Pratt St.CHCRCH Sunday Services '

: Sunday School 10 a.m. COMPARE :':i : LAMBRECHT m"m I SCREAMING
Preaching 11 a.m.Training Union
5:45: p.m. Evening Worship.- American Beauty Hominy"a; *" 2/25c/ i rlwrAn YELLOW

0! GRACE Evangelist SEPT. 25th !tt 7-Wlbur p.m. Everyone Dyess, Pastor welcome. Cut Green Beans ?:.v,,r:: 4/l/ PIZZA 1

Mushrooms .0. ,,.I:'.,./NCI. 3/89c/ u UOZIN 11oCHIISI "1""ONI.J2,0; ZONKERS4sl

BAPTISTCHURCH GENE OCT. 1st 0 JORDAN MISSIONARY Chocolate I t J Jumbo Pies .D. -> 3/l/ ; OR 14o SAUSAGI. 1 _

BAPTIST :MISSION Choc. Chip Cookies o. '>''," "1 4/$1 I I I
TURKETf 7:30IGHTLY.: : U.S. 301 North behind Tutee t
t t tt .. i 77 ,
Frees Drive In, Sunday Vanilla Wafers 11.1 4/$1/ YOUR
Special I 10 Worship Ser-
School a.m.
Grlffi Loop. I vice U a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Fiddle Faddle Twrar3l: / : CHOICE. 6.5oz
t .tnd, SingingHOMKCO7HNG : t tt Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesiay. -
Stark 4 II I------- -- - -

-Leroy. Olive, pastor E.L. = : _EvcryDayLowPricePLUMROSE_ CvcryDayLOwPrke.Ai Every DayiowPrice
I II' Brlffls, associate pastor. 30 1 1 Hr
t ] OCTOBER 1 1 1 1 1

Covered Dish Luncheon BREAD
1404 E. Bessent Road 4601 PLASTIC Tt.WITM I 3 CANS-ALL N.AVON 1

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Home Evenlng-Mon- fitit eoui ON oooo OML*ATQ 1 UV M'M'S CQ WO 0000 ONU 1 e "
Family .. .. a
Singing Following Luncheon ...'" nyD1. tf BTONI rM1ry F.PtTHT rnlD' 0 ,0. TNWIM
.. ... ., ....
cia (M" UWIT*COUPON \, T f> I WNFI L0y.0. ,
I : 0 1m.I'- Tuesday 4:30: pan.Wednesday. ..we.a -as afeww..a r
1:30.' "
ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:30 IMryDoy\Pric_ l..ryOoy\Prk. IMryDoy\Prk. ...ryOoyLowPrice .wryo.yLowtIrice i
I From Guyana, South America I : pun. otiuiBuyNIUOGC1! BonutBuycmsco
SundayPriesthood,8:30a.m.Sunday .r CALO CHOCOIATI ,_"' ..011.. .'mosiviFRENCH NAMSUCGI
Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. MICNM* QUIK DINNERS FRIES ROLLS

0 Public. ,Cordially Invited iI I resident.Jesse D. Branson' ., Branch '.u 36* an..e.1 OILwOIL 961! :& 7B < m. 38c 4t..5L3294 : : /f :o 25c

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1;:;;; By Linda Wharton f::::"1 I :TPt Keystone Council Seeks

t::;::: Hilites, I J'lans,73.4997 ,::!::., l
Keystone :
:::: or 473-4648. Bids On Cable TelevisionThe

should grant a fran-
Feamster legislative & and friends In the north. Their Smith of Hawthorne fora the city
; LADIES GOLF school City Council Is calling Ralph chise or operate the service:
j ASSOCIATIONSixteen education; Mr. and Mrs. Lavon first stop was In Nazratn Pa., ? I1A for bids on Installation and cable TV franchise In the itaelf.

ladles turned out this Lowery, membership! Linda where they spent some time j. operation of cable TV (CATV) city; If the city operated the service -
Wharton publicity Bonnie Cox, with Harold's aunt and uncle service In Keystone Heights In a report at last week's Livingston said, revenue
Thursday to enter the R.
past Lindsay Walker Tournament (elementary) and Mr. and Mrs. and then to Waltham, Mass. Thai action was taken follow- council meeting, Gay Livingston could total $48 000 a year, as

which will run for three weeks. Jim Neal, (high school), room which Is right off Cape Cod, ing the report of aspeclareom- chairman of the committee compared to expenses of under
representative coordination where they visited friends. mittee reviewed many of the factors
Voncll Ketch Is leading the ; appointed recently to $20.000 based on 800 customers -
Mr. and Mrs. Loye Head, safety Kay Marquez, formerly Kay investigate an application by Involved such as whether $5 month for
I pack on the first day of play, Walrath, was In town for the paying per
with net of 69. Vesta Aiken a u cable use. He said that even
a Chris
PTA weekend with her son, ,
next Meeting will
la second with 70 If the city; paid oft $12,000
In for a visiting her brother and sis To Celebrate
be held September 21 at 8 Sportsmen
pjm. the coat of installation
1 Evelyn !else! for third witha in the school gymnasium, and ter-in-law, Frank and Bobbl per year on -
75 and Mae Henderson,fourth, Walrath. Kay didn't get aroundto It would still havea
will be held third Thursday

with 78.Putting. every And net Income of some $13,000per
a of the month.The next board see everyone but will prob- Hunting Fishing Daylive
the venture.
for the day won on
was ably be back soon. year
meeting will be held October
by Vesta Alken with 25 putts Nelson daughterof On the other hand he point-
Julianne ,
and Mae Henderson, second with 12 and every second Thursdayof Mary Sargent, is workingon The Keystone Heights Sports- music, and door prizes. ,ed out that If a private com-

26 putts. each month.KEYSTONE her PHD In Education at ec'r-.ftiwrt man's Club has a fun filled day A barbecued chicken supper pany held the franchise and

l HEIGHTS the University of South Florida : planned for Saturday, September will be served at $2 per plate, paid a tax of two per cent on

DUPLICATE BRIDGE ROTARY CLUB Tampa. She was one of 23, at the Keystone AIr- starting at 5 p.m.,, The public the gross revenue per' year,

Winners of the duplicate The five chosen for a partial scho port. Is invited.In the city would realize only a-

bridge played September 12 Keystone Tom Rotary Club larship. Mary's other daugh- 4*.._e September 23 has been declared Ms proclamation, Mayor ,bout $2,000 annually.
were: First Mrs.Roland Bryan enjoyed Feamster as themmain ter Suzanne, graduated from a National Hunting and Starnes commended the "out. Livingston questioned the
and Mrs. C. V. Horne with 74 speaker at the luncheon South Florida with a degreeIn Vice President Dick Ablet' left, and Lion District Fishing Day.Starting standing contributions of wisdom of granting a 30-year

points; Second, Mr. and Mrs. meeting Tom Friday introduced, September Watt 15. Elementary Art. She is pre- Governor Wade West.District. around 11 a.m.Satur- America's hunters and fishermen franchise, saying the city is

Mike Falkel with 73-1/2 points; was by sently working at a TV station day, there will be skeet shootIng to the cause of recrea' growing fast and that city
and is the
Hardenbergh Epis-
Third, Mrs. C. W. Hardy and In Tampa doing Illustrations a raffle drawing, awards tion, conservation, and the eco- dom of committing the for
Minister of St. Anne'sEpiscopal
Mrs. F.T. Hogue with 70 points; copal Church in Keystone. and writing scripts.Mr. Governor presented for the Fishing Tour- nomy of the nation." such a long period of time Is

and fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Mrs. Roy Watkins nament, turkey shoots for chil- "These sportsmen-conser-- debatable.
He spoke of his experiences
Pierce with 69 vationists are responsible for Although Smith's. proposal
points. football with have returned after spendingthe dren and adults with guns and
as a pro player weekend In Deland where bows and arrows trophy room the founding of state fish and looked good, Livingston sug-
COMMUNITY the Baltimore Los Angeles Colts. Rams and the they attended the wedding of Visits KH LionsOn on display with antique and new game departments In all 50 gested that it might be better"to

CHURCH WOMEN their grandson, Edwin Best. weapons, among many other states," the proclamation said. call for bids on the ser-

The first family night dinner Mrs. Paley Boyd and her activities open to the public. "They asked that they, them vice before granting a fran
will be held in the Educational Tom Is a very humorous Club granddaughter Donna Maguire, Monday, Sept. 11, Lion do much In this effort Barbeque chicken will be ser- selves, be required to buy chise.

Building on Wednes- speaker and the Rotary of the from Gainesville, drove to Pa- District Governor, Wade West West stated that the fund raising ved from II p.m.on$2 for adults, hunting and fishing licenses and. Bids on the proposed ser-

day, Sept. 27, at 6:30 P.m. considered his talk one nama City; Labor Day week- of the Riverside Lions Club goal, starting in October, children up to 7 years, free, that the money collected be vice will be opened at the regular -

Miss Barbara Ferris !is In best In years. end to visit Mrs. Boyd's son, made his official visit to the will be raised to $175,000, over and children over 7, a $1.00 used to support state conser- council meeting In October
charge of the program, which If you ever have the opportunity Bill, and his family. Keystone Heights Lions Club. and above last years, In the charge.A vation agencies. Hunters and .
will be given by the Youth of listen to one of his The George Massa's enjoyeda West Is the top Lion In a 14 state with the District Goal being live band will be on hand fishermen asked for season and

the Church. It promises to be line speeches.SCOUTS trip down to Tampa recently county; area of northeast Fla.' set at $30,000. Everyonecan from 5 P.m. till 9 for the entertainment bag limits s o that everyone
a very entertaining evening. BOY HEIGHTS to visit their daughter and with 42 clubs and over 1,300 join in this effort by a donation of the Sportsman's would have fair chance to har-
Please come and Join in the Master Dick Abies new son-in-law, Gina and Don- members in his district. of one dollar or moreto Clubs guests. vet the annual crop of game S.E. MCKAY
fun bring your covered dish, Scout nie Towart. District Governor West com- the foundation which is dedicated -, Everyone is urged to come and fish without damage to the REALTORKeystone
family and friends.COMMUNITY states that there in Is a new wail. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grollck plimented the Keystone Heights to sight conservation out and Join In the festivities. basic breeding stock of any
Keystone as \
in scouting
the What Is enjoyed a visit from her sis Lions on their fine club house work including financial sup- species. Further, sportsmen'spn'grams rlts. 473.4816
CHURCH MEN as across look?country.Just the most ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and on their many activities In port to the North Fla. Eye Bank Mayor Ray Starnes of Key- have benefited hund-
The Executive board meeting this new In the scouting and Mrs. Robert W. Kldd of the past for community service In Gainesville. Eye Wills are stone Heights has joined Pre- reds of non-game fish and wildlife -
of the Keystone Heights Com sweeping changes Jacksonville. While they were also being sought, with a goal sident Nixon, the U.S.Congress, through habitat development HOMES ACREAGES

munity Church Women will be 62 year history.Scouting's here they took a little ride He pointed out that Septemberis of 3,000 set in the district of Gov. Reubin Askew, and mem- ,, and other projects. RENTALS

called to meet September 25 new program 1 Includes down to San Mateo to visitan known In Llonlsm as "Sight this year. bers of the Florida cabinet In Hunters and fishermen have led
at 1 jwn. in the Educational which started September old friend. Conservation Month' and urged Governor West challenged the proclaiming Saturday, Sept, 23, the nation In the battle for a
uniform optionsand M.'llui 71017401
building. more in and in- Miss Mary Daly was hon- the local club: to again take an Keystone Lions to reach out as "National Hunting and Fish- better environment and the wise tnl.Mr. I. ,'. .Itum..Inln471'7'1'
badges .
Mrs. Earnest McLean, president changes ored with a miscellaneous bri- active part in this project.Since into new areas of service. The ing Day." use of our natural resources," L. J/Kot.limnr 474.1041P 4714058FOOTBALL I
In scout
rhrt fn
signia's more options *> r
urges all members to advancement with more emphasis dal shower, Tuesday night, Helen Keller persuaded Lions youth programs, including: Your This fourth Saturday In Mayor Starnes said.

be present and thoso unableto citizenship and more Sept. 19, at the home of Mrs International to make this their Exchange, are fertile area to September will become a day
please have your cochairman on decision makingby Veazy Walker on Lake Brooklyn major product, It has spread expand, he said. A new pro- set aside to honor the sports- -- - -
emphasis on -- -
sit in for you. the himself. Mary received many beautiful throughout the world as a ser- gram of aid to the deaf is also men's contribution to conserva-
These boy Just a few of the vice to mankind. Lion West being evaluated. There Is always tion of I the nation's wild life
PTA are gifts and refreshments also pointed out that Florida need for service to the and natural resources.

An Executive Board Meetingof changes. Why of the what changes'llt'sthe 11 and 13 were enjoyed by everyone.Maryis Lions, through the Florida community which Is the prime In observance of the day, CONTEST
the Keystone Heights PTA want shownIn the bride-elect of Eric Red- Lions Foundation of the Blind, function of Llonlsm, West stat- the Keystone Heights Sports-
was held September 14 at the year old boys as fearn, Sept. 30. ed.In the absence of President men's Club will hold open houseon

school. This was mostly an a research local program becomea study. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen George Massa, the meeting was Saturday, Sept. 23, at the -
How boys
organizational meeting to assign can of this exciting new have returned home after an Water Rates conducted by Vice president, Keystone Airport, from 2 to 4
Committee Chairmen for part exciting ten day vacation. Mr. Dick Ables and speaker Wade
the different activities. Thereis program?haven't If ,you,, finished are 8 years the and Mrs. William Mick of West was introduced by Past P.m.Events will Include a turkey $ 1ooffcAs'EVERY

still an opening for an Exceptional old and If haven't Jacksonville' and Kevstone May Increase: District Governor Charlie Mc- shoot (archery and gun), announcement -
:5th grade or you
Education Chairman accompanied them, on their Glave. of the Summer
and a Parliamentarian. reached' your 11th year, you trip. They started off with a 23 Per CentResidential Visitors from the Riverside Fishing Contest winners, dedication WEEK
The following is the Executive may join the Cub Scouts. If surprise birthday party for Mr. Club, Orange Park Club and of the new skeet range,
Board Officers for the you have finished the 5th grade Mick which was a very gala several prospective members

.:. following year: Marvin Homer, and are 11 year'old, you may affair at the Garden Club. The enjoyed the dinner prepared and See Pnge e
water rates
:.:' president; Janle Bryan, vice- Join one of yowl'local scout next morning they boarded a Keystone Heights will be increased served by the Lionellas and the

'.' president Kitty McGlave, 2nd troops. ElthefcjuTtoop; 105 or flight for Las Vegas where by an of 23 hospitality of the Keystone KH Baptist
average per
:.: vice president; Lou Miller, recording Troop 574. they spent three days. While Heights Lion's Club.Defensive' .
:.' secretary; Joanne Hudson If you are interested and would they were there they enjoyed cent, If a rate schedule pro- Revival To .....

corresponding secretary like to learn more about the. an',aerial'view',of the Grand posed by the Keystone Water: -
; tome ; Company Is approved byi the .. -
Scouting World, ; to the SaL
'..' and Dot Rowe, treasurer. '? .P;any on in a two engine Cessna. Public Service Commission.This ,Begin
Keystone School, Tuesday,SepC; '
Committee Chairmen are as To conclude their trip, they Driving
follows: Joanne Weiner, bud- 26, at 7:30: |r.m/; Bring your came home, got their boat and information was disclosed -

: get and finance; Dot Rlgsby, parents and Join our gang! drove down to the Keys for cil meeting at laetweek'sCityCoun-when Mayor; Ray Course OfferedAt The First Baptist Church

; elementary communications; some deep sea fishing. It's too Starnes noted that the water of Keystone Heights will hold KEYSTONE f4tELROSE
;'. Mrs. Wilcox, high school communications PERSONALSMr. bad all good things have to had been Melrose Club :Its Sunday School led revival
; ; Pat Parsons, and Mrs. Harold Sar- come to an endl! company granted per- Sept. 24 Oct. 1 1.

health and welfare; Gloria Mur- gent have returned after a two Dr. and Mrs. Craig Hartley mission by return the of PSC$32,670 to earna on Mrs. Albert Bachman, pres- Evangelist Deoram Bholan, BUSINESS. IRECTOR.J

j. rhea, hospitality; ; Thomas week vacation visiting relatives' and children Margaret, Kath- its gross investment, or $4,225 more ident of the Melrose Woman's a native of Guyana, South Am-

erine and Brian were dinner than it had been making, and Club, announces that a four ':erica, and Bill Buchanan, min-
.-: of their ; ister of music at the KInsey
guests grandmother
IT'S HERE Mrs. Nell Grayson, Tuesday that a rate the schedule company which was to would file weeks Driving will course be In held Defensive at the :.Baptist Church, Dothan, Ala., FISHERMAN'S\ ; SI.'PI'I.IKS:' 1 HXRIMVKEKA) \ {! (; HI)KKSUM'S :

night, Sept. 12. Dr. Hartleyis produce the increase. club house on Oct. 3, 10, 17, will lead the revival.

In an exchange program at Ed Johnson, manager of the and 24, from 2:30: to 4:30 p. Bholand preached at an evening p .'.d.e' HARDWAREAND
FORD'SThe the University; of Florida In water, company, said that a m. worship service earlier y'
t which he and his family will schedule had been filed call- A fee of S3 will be charged, this summer at the Baptist Fish :N'. Stuff
be Lon- 'Church and thrilled the heartsof
spending a In
year Ing for a 23 per cent Increasein and reservations must be made GARDEN CENTER'A
: don, England where he will rates, but will not become in advance. Interested persons the entire congregation with Live Bait '
: complete line of Hdw.
be research in metal- his personal testimony and inspiring -
; doing effective until approved by the may call 473-4189, 473-3219, Crickets- oners-Worms w.
COURIER lurgical materials engineering.In message. Born into a
PSC. or 475,1974. j Minnows 111,rlrc'':
Hindu family Bholan was con-
return, an English family
He also announced that fire
will be coming over to do the verted to Christianity; when he TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. Plumbing A I Icclrlcul! SUPP.
in the United States. hydrants will be flushed later ST, WILLIAMS CHURCH: was 11 old, primarilyas
same years HUNTING firo-'lono; I crtillzorsInsecticides !
this month In an effort to rid
Welcome to Keystone School a result of reading a gospel ;
the water of the heavy sedimentthat LICENSES AMMUNI
Kara McN'ary. Kara will be customers have complainedabout Sunday Masses: 8:30: a.m., ,' tract. Educated in George; TION ICE Hwy 21 N.: 230:) yds From
A! teaching Spanish and will replace 5:30 Saturday town, the capital of Guyana, he
: from time to time. 10:30: a.m., and :
:: v. : Mrs. Nora V'alldejull who evening. taught school eight years In Keystone Hgt* 473.4357

'. .. is taking a year's leave of absence Week Day! Masses: mon., that country before launchingout Keystone Mots.473.3663I'ELEVISIO.i
into full time Christian FLHrn'HECWTSLake
/ Tues., Thurs., 4 Fri at 8:30:
Gene Reese, wife Peggy, and C. W. Wadsley a.m. :ministry : ; /\ lR CONl J)
their 15 month old Ken- Having directed the First
e0i son, Wednesday! evening at 7. Geneva
:: neth, are new residents of Key- Services HeldCecil (Con't To Next Page) TV Service Center

.. ,/ stone. They are presently living Furniture
in the two story house on !ttlta/I Itl t
\\ayson U'adslej., 64, QuasarTV
Chesslngton road until they can of Lake Geneva Trailer Park ... Gift & Candle ShopQ'fsrn

c' build Loch their Lomand.new Gene house is on recently Lake- died in the Veterans Hospitalin Friendly place to STERO

Gainesville CAR AND
1 retired from the USAF: and on August 20 PORTABLE
after lengthillness. .' :\ ( : (CJIKTS;
a .
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grow money
Born In England June 10
on ,
Welcome to Keystone, Gene and Furniture For ANDRESIDENTIAL
1908. Mr. \\adsiey came to Every
: smooth-riding import with 104-in. wheelbase Peggy Mr. and Mrs. Roland Coutu this country at an early age. JU Taste And Purse

.:. and independent front suspension. 1800cc4cyl.; have Just returned from an extended He was formerly employed by See Our Candle :isplay AIR CONDITIONING"

j\ ':: engine.. Comfortable. smartly tailored cab. vacation In Mass, Maine the at Clinton.Colorado:Mass Fuel, &coming Iron Co.to Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva sXI.l-.S4.I: t!. SHKXICKivKlSTUNK : { : :
and New Hampshire. They
Florida after his retirement. 1 Mi. Eost of Keystone H."h. : IIK.KIITS:
stayed on Cape Cod for two "
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS weeks and ate In all the fine He is survived by his wife f KKXL ESTvnRichard """ 471-4631 1
Ruth Schneider \\adsley. of ':
'':,' restaurants, among them the Lake Geneva; and one sister, .cl LMOHIl(' .!: HOMK,.
f. White Cliff In!North; Boro, Mass.Can't v
:;. Mrs.: Robert Brown. Clinton, T. Lovorn Want
to sell jour :Mobile
( To Next_Page) :Mass.
If have
you a buyer,
r'r, Funeral 2:30 services were heldat Rei?. Heal Kstatv; Broker :Mobile Homp;, Brokers will
: p.m. Wednesday, lug
m SCALES FOOD STORE 23. in Watson Funeral Home arrange insurance ALL details financing for bro and

Chapel, Clinton, :Mass DeWittC. LAKE PROPERmESIDEHT'AL kerage fee of J0i of the a selling

::: DOWNTOWN KEYSTONg HEIGHTS Jones Funeral Home of Keystone .. price. For more informationcall
:f Heights was in charge. =< _

Pork..Ib Picnic ,Ib ;' of local arrangements BUSINESS APPRAISALS* ACREAGE MOBILE RT.1 1 HOME BOX 350'J BROKERS

; ; Chops 69 ., Hams 4S ., Catherine Rose l; liawia'r Vr Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666

PHONE 475.1751Iohnson
. : Edna Knepper; Auoc.
Catherine Rose 77
Keystone 473-4111
a Heights, died In a Starke hospital

; Saturday morning following Rely on us for friendly help, courteous
Bacon (BUDGET> .lb 49 ( an extended Illness. Martha Durbin, Ass t>c.

Born in Pittsburgh Perm.July service when we welcome you to our ,473.3362BEAUTY LEONARD'SOUTBOARD

17.1895, Mrs. Rose was a member -

Foldger* } Ib Can Super Suds Reg. SI >a of the Community; ChurchIn family of Savings Account Depositors.Rely SHOP """
Keystone Heights, a past president
5 C of the Keystone Heights SHOP
r.: Coffee Woman's Club, and was given on our liberal interest Nell'sBeauty

a citation for Community Service
:; Limit On. wich H.OO Food Order Up69t Limit one with $5.00 Food Order UP during World War H. rates to keep your money growing Style Silo

Services were from Jones fatter
: This Weeks onus Buys Memorial Chapel at Keystone "For alovelier

(LIMIT 3)) Height Tuesday at 11:30: a.m.
? MISS FRESH EACH '12 Oz. Cans with Rev. Stewart McCord con: KEYSTONE STATE BANK you" Motors

ducting. Burial was In Keystone SALES 8. SERVICE
Os. Loaf Pack
Heights Cemetery under Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, Fla. Phon. 475-2211 '
teAU' 99 direction of DeWitt C.; Jones GLASTRON AND

i: BREAD iic M Funeral Home of 1<11. Pallbearers "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Between K.ysiope ? CHECKMATE BOATS

were members of the Community. Heights _.c,
Keystone Heights Rotary Club.
-: and Melrose Keystone_ Heights, Fl.

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KH Baptist. Keystone Pro Nixon Named In Co.

Campaigners Clay
1.m"1"1! (From Preceding Pag) Win Local

Baptist Church's revival music Golf Tourney People's Republic of China and members of the Orange" Park
last year Baptists In the Key- the Soviet Union have been impressive United Methodist Church. San

stone Heights area are familiar prompted The appointment drldge serves on the Clay xon-
KEYSTONE FELLOWSHIP CLUB to with the name of Bill Buchanan. Them was a good turn out of Mr. and Mrs. trig Board. Is chairman of theOranp
Seniors(, ) In support President Kerrigan Buchanan has many for the Les Stephenson Memo Sandrldge long-time residentof Park Zoning Board and

Vacation over and traveling The his programs on legislation. years of experience In directIng rial Pro-Ant Tournament Friday Clay County; was announcedthis Is Immediate past presidentof
members returning from club entertainment committee church music, having served September 15. week by L.E. Thomas and the Orange Park Rotary Club.
many under Mrs. Hazel Ed Rodgers C1 Mrs. Paula Hawkins Florida Mrs. Sandrldge is chairman of
climes. Joined In a reunion Richards churches In Alabama, Georgiaand Our home pro y ,
luncheon and program meetings Tour is to arrange for a Bus Louisiana. His ability; witha was low pro for the day winning C co-chairmen to re-elect the the Orange Park Civic Beautification -

of the Fellowship Club on Sep. World.for the Club to Disney choir and In congregational the cup and keeping it in president.The Committee, .erveson

tember 14 at the Lions Club. singing makes him a very Keystone for the second year In Navy brought Gordon the Sign Committee of Orange
President Lester Sheeta calledon PERSONNALS sought-after revival music a row. from Vlrlgina to Jacksonville Park and Is a put presidentof
a member to give the blessing leader. The Pro-Pro Tournament was NAB where he met and later the Garden Club of Orange
and a salute to the flag Little Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberta of Rev. Lawrence Carroll and won by Chuck Brasslngton of married Dottle Jennings, who Park.
was the opening of the meet- Bedford Lake enjoyed. a the entire church membership Gainesville and Bill Scott of had moved to Mlddleburg from Clay County; Re-elect Nixon
Labor Family Reunion theweek-endol extends an Invitation to all who Cecil Field In Jacksonville.The Jacksonville with her parent, Head quarters will be In Orange
Ing.Guests attending for the first Pay at the School House would like to attend. Pro-Am rournament was the late S. Bryan Jennings son Park at the corner of Highway
time and prospective members home Tazewell Ga., the native Evening services begin at won by Herb Herres of Starke 1 I of the late Governor of Floridaand 17 and Kingsley Avenue. Persona -
for next;year were Mrs.Eunice area of Mrs. Roberts. 7:30.: Golf and Country Club. Mrs.' W.S. Jennings, who willing to volunteer for
Leath of Lake Bedford, and Mattie of the family Mrs. ,The Tenth Annual Men's Invitational now resides at Penney Farms campaign assistance may> call
Mrs. Margaret Allshouse Phillips and the youngest Hilites played. Saturday and The Sandrldges returned to Houston In Orange Park after

guests. Mrs Betty McCallum, this was trip a baby, the in Roberts arms. visit-Whileon Sunday, Sept. 10 and 17, was a Bob Houston, Cloy Demo Chairman for Nixon trios on Mlddleburg after World Warn 5 pjn. or weekends at 264-
and considered and Gordon helped establish 2295 Mrs. Verra Cenrln

Mrs. Gordl Owens great success or ,
Ruby ed Mrs. campaign hat for Mr. and Mrs.
Phillips in Columbus Sandridgo Clay
Flnley and Mrs. Bede Manny (From Preceding Page) the best they have ever had. the San Lebrydo Lumber county; volunteer chairman at
Ga. and then spent a time with co-chairman re-elect the
to President. Co.
were greeted after quite an ab The Medalist was won by Ronnie a land and lumber business 284-9289.
sence. Mrs. Terry Kulas Mr. and Mrs. Jay Roberts In ,Tumlin of Palatka withChampionship of which he Is now presi Registration books close October -
able to be back with the was Cussata, Ga. the ladles are sis which is beautiful place.While A won by Rand Robert A. Houston of Orange nam policy and his efforts In dent.The 7 for the November ge-
after a few months of group havinga ters. The Roberts visited- they were there they visited Edelsteln. Gainesville Golf and Park has been named Clay easing the tensions with the Sandrldges are active neral election.

bout with pneumonia, andother other of Mrs. Roberts bisters, many friends and relatives. Country Club and Championship c aunty Democratic c'h airman
duties. It was reported that and husband. Mr. and Mrs.Jule Glad to have you back. We've B, by Harold Bishop of Starke. for Nixon and Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Fran Miller, a faithful McAllister of Buena Vista, Ga. missed seeing you In the drug Winners of '''flights one Gordon Sandridgo of Orange Ft ORIDA HOSPITALS
member has been confined to and her brother and wife R.P. store for coffee. through eight were; one, John Park have been appointed co-

her home for some time. As McCorlle and the Z.R. Mc- Sorry there's not much news Watson, Starke; second, Joe chairman of the Clay County;
she lives alone, a cheer card Corkles of Butler Ga. this week but I took a few days Ferlong Gainesville; third Committee to Re-elect Nixon.

was sent to her, also to Rev. Ed and Lilly Roberta enjoyed off. Jim and I went to Tampato Charles Barrett, Keyst ...sHeights' Houston a lifelong Democratand OPERATE ON OILA

Milton. Scripture who ,has not every Labor Day attendingher a Mayflower Agent's meet- ; fourth, Huntley Red- son of former Dansas Democratic -
been doing so well of late. home church, Primitive ing which was held at the Hawaiian feam Sr., Keystone Heights; Congressman John M.
Mrs. Hanson reported that Baptist Association, three day Village in Tampa. One fifth, Roland Facetti Gainesville Houston, has resided In Clay
they recently talked to Axel conferences with Church ser- of the highlights of the trip ; sixth Virgil Hall, Gainesville County; for the past six years
Malmgren In Nashville, Term. vice and annual dinner gatherings for me was dinner Friday nightat ; seventh. Orion Wells, since his transfer to Jack- modern hospital uses hundreds of things that come from oil:
of home town folk. Bern's Steak House there. Palatka and Vie Arnette, Hawthorne sonville NAS as an engineerwith
His wife Ruth is still In a ; surgeon's gloves and gowns, plastic tubes and syringes, x-ray film bed
Rest home and requires quitea Mr. and Mrs. Don and Ann If you are ever in Tampa, you McDonnell-Douglas Corp.
bit of nursing care. Axel Is McRae of Lake Geneva Mobile must put this place on your list. A beautifull golf bag donatedby A Marine corpsman until the sheets, and even the paint on the walls.

having some trouble with his home Park enjoyed a five The Interior Is very plush with the Keystone Golf Pro, Ed end of the Korean conflict, But most of all, hospitals use energy. In the operating room, the Intensive -

eyes, and favors coming on to weeks vacation visiting in their red carpet and red velvet upholstery Rodgers. for closest to the pin Houston attended the University; care ward wherever patients are treated.
Keystone and going to his for- home town area. of Worster, accented with gold on hole number two, was of Southern Calforlnia where he
,mer eye doctor In Gainesville. Mass they visited Mrs. MC- accessories. And to top It all won by Ed Lamb who was 28 received a defree tJra ronuaU- 75% of all our energy comes from oil and natural gas (Including 40%

Although no program had been Rae's sister and family the RIchard off, I had the best steak I ever Inches from the pin.. cal engineering. He currently of our electricity).

arranged for this meeting, one La Rlvieto of Haverhill, put In my mouth. Adding to the festivities, the serves as president of the But today, we're using these petroleum fuels faster than we are
of the best, and soul Inspiringwas Mass. Also old friends the Michele Boyle scored again In Ladles Association put on a Orange Park Community;
given Impromptu by Mrs. Chas. Tee in Newberry Port equitation In Knoxville Term terrific steak dinner Saturday Theatre, Is active in the finding them. That's why America faces an Energy Gap.

Grover (Mary) Benham. She Mass. The highlight of this this past weekend, at the Tenn. Orange Park Little League, We're your local oil companies. Working to bridge the growing Energy

and her husband attended as trip was attending the weddingof State Fair She came In first having coached with the group Gap. Because it's as sure as a surgeon's' hands. a country that runs on
in class of in 10
ten the and
leaders In the dally vacation Mrs.McRae's nelce Mary Ellen a night.ffll since coming to the OP area.
Bible School in a remote Island Sadowski to David Lamound under age group in the Equita- His belief that President NIxon oil can't afford to run short.

'In the Bahamas. A group of 22 In Worster. Mass on August. tion Class and took fourth placeIn has managed the affairs of

young people (teenagers) froma On the McRae's return to Lake the Championship Equitation GOLDEN'POUCH state extremely competentlyand Your Local Oil
-a church In Jacksonville went Geneva, Mrs.Cecil Wadsley returned Class. OF HOSPITfVUITY that the President's Velt- CompaniesFor
with them. with them as Mr. Wad- Mrs. Hal Adams Is recover- information write
more ,
President Sheets appointedthe sely passed away a few weeks ing nicely from surgery in the LW4
ago, and burial was In Clinton Riverside Hospital in Jackson- Mrs. Barbara Redfearn In Florida Petroleum Council
following on the nominating Mass. ville. Hope you will soon be Y JANE ASHLEYBfUittlftil home from the University; MedI- 111 N. Gadsden St. n country mm runs on CMcan't
Com. Mrs. lean
Emily CORRECTION Last weeks home. cal Center In Gainesville after afford to run short,
chairman Mrs.Beden Mann and Tallahassee Florida 32301
; SoupMade ,
Telegraph appeared to have sort giving to an 8 Ib bounc-
Ed. Roberts. This
of skipped couple olllnes-The from AipleHFor | ing baby girl, September 17,
must Interview and receive
acceptance -
news items should read as fol- Home. Funeral services were at 9 p.m. Congratulations to
to hold the office for at 11:00 o'clock in funeral Homein moat Amci'Icons, the Barbara
lowsA hearty; welcome Is ex- you, on a fine little
1973, during the month,, and the Keystone last Tuesday. "Soup de Jour" Is a steaming glrll
tended to Dr. and Mrs. Clyde
nominating committee wlllpre- bowlful of broth, a vegetable
sent the slate at the October 12 Huston formerly of Jacksonville Greetings are extended to the or a cream coup "
moved to
who recently
luncheon meeting. Nominationsmay new members of National Association -
their new home on highway 100, AppleCream Soup!
be made from the floor of Retired Persons, I
but the rules of acceptance by east. who have recently joined from 1 quart water
the prospective candidate must Sympathy Is extended to Mrs.' this area. The Recruitmentdrive <4< medium cook I..... apples,
have been received. Election George Finley In the sudden for the Melrose Commu- pared, cored and. quartered

will take place at the November death of her husband. Their nity Chapter meeting for lunch !If to 1 cup sugar/
home is Point
9 luncheon meeting. on eon and program at 11:30: at Melrose 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1
GAME FUN Day wllHSEPept. Melrose. Episcopal Parish House !<1 cup red wine
laid to
Keystone Heights resta
28 at 1:30: with members and sill report and greet some of '/i cup corn starch'
fine benefactor of the
tvisitors providing a gift for,the .', early the new enrollees. .. .,. .
Iy! .
-, days' of Keystone of "the 20s. cup" heavy Cream .. : ..>11.
game play. Ed Roberts will The new members 'are Mrs. .r'.1C("
be MC. and his wife, Mrs. Lilly Mrs. Catherine Roxe and her Lena Mary Geer? Mrs. Maragaret -' ",'j' ; tsVth. .eon. .*tanllla r ". ') .. .. "
Ben t' : euger.a. : '
late husband ,were wonderful l *HMion 'ra'' II ; 4"
Roberts will be hostess for the Ken
contributors to the history Kause Mr.and Mrs. I". ,
social hour.SENIOR neth eighard and Mr.and Mrs. Bring water to boll (tn medium
making of this area both In the
-' ,
n Charles Forsthe (Lake Geneva) saucepnn. Add apples;
building of the first Community
CITIZENS CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jennings cover and simmer 10 to IS:
This club, a BradfordO uQty; Church Sanctuary, acting on the returned from their (watery" minutes or until fork tender. a '
Board of Aldermen so knownas Put through a food mill or
organization has at their home in
sponsored summer
Board of Trade when Key- sieve Into Stir In '
welcomed members from Keystone Odessa N.Y. to their home at saucepan. u
stone started about 1924 to 1 (depending on
was ; cup sugar
and It was a full house operating a store where Scales Hlllcrest. Their son, Fred, sweetness of the fruit) and
;of Keystoners attending the Sept. whose home was so badly damaged the lemon rind.
Store stands serving
now as -
club meeting.Both Mr.and Mrs. of the; Keystone in the Hurricane Agnes, is Bring to a boll over medIum
Harrison Batchelder who have Womans Club In Its formative visiting them at present. heat. Gradually stir wino '
been ill were able,to bring, Mrs. Janet Lamn organists into coin starch; blending
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Prls- years; and"continuing being of St. Williams Catholic Churchwas until smooth. Stir Into apple
of their time and SUb-
coll, Mr. Driscol recovering generous happy Sunday morning to mlxtuie. Bring to boll and
slowly from a long illness. The stance to every program of play the church's new Yamaha boll 1. minute, 'stirring com
Art Lockwoods and the Joseph the area. organ with full keyboard and slantl). Chill. Whip cream
Mrs. Rose has been seriously with vanilla and 1
tablespoon ,
Steins and Harry Rosenbloomand stops. The choir rendered sacred '
ly for several years and a t.ugar.Serve, with chilled soup.
this were all thereto music at this service. .
reporter Mnkrs about 1 .,
patient In the Starke Nursing quart
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Meet' a man who can be the best friend 'ou''e ever had when It comes to buildIng -

-L; a new home on jour property meet your local Jim Walter Homes manager.

MORTGAGE FINANCINGWe ', Manv of our customer will never meet the man actually pictured her*. He II I :Mr. Oihel Sullixarf. manner. of
Jim \Walter Koine In Tuwaloooa.. Ala. Bui. we do ..ani' you to "meet omcone' jot l like Oihel, Sulln.in .we
nww+ -- want )'..UIO know' the "manager of your LOCAL Jim Walter Home Display Park. H* II i the man you 'h'uMm
1 In person if >ou're planning! to build a new home on tour property. "ou may think coat t are too
nee, high, ""llhll nuin ..iII.h"w you how. YOU CAV AFFORD la build your new home" new .pcrhap even a
CABUAt; otGp larger home than you ever dreamed you could afford.Your .

w local Jim Walter Homes representative: will take a "perwnal. intend In your individual problem. He'll work .
with you lo help \,'ul\Ie your pace needs .. for now and in. the future, He'll how. you a election of more :
than twenty model. one to four "bedroom, .tome one bath some two-bath. home Then..after you have
made your election, hell how >ou how you can cut your COM' to the" .bare minimum by doing some of ihe In-
side finishing.. work younetf. You can do a* much at you want The more you do. the more you will reduce the
total COM I of jour home. And he will show you how a* a qualified prcpeny owner. you mat obtain INSTANT
MORTGAGE FINANCING: even for the material >','u11 ue lo finish your home.


\Ve want you to know ajl the f.ncii about Jim Waller quality built homes We would like for you lo tee jj!],of die
offer a complete line. of more than twenty model offered. \\e would like to tell you the exact emit and what your monthly mortgage IN
would be for any of our home built on your properly to whatever*.tage of inilde completion\ouwani..
SECOND HOME COTTAGESd"ig"' IJ 12 taw; JIll) ItS I2 U- Then you decide whether"" "' your new home should be Jim \\alter built..
"" .."'your lU: rJrm'iiTii.r rcpretentativt Itn'l your best friend when it come to building! on your property. '

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DELL CHAPTER 168 OES Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. The FOR :SALE:-. .-u n. storage-:

Dell Chapter 168 will hold Weekly Services are: Bible FOR RENT3 bedroom fur- REDUCE safe & fast with Go- OUT OF STARKE two acres Trailers on wheels or off;
i, Its regular meeting Thursday Class each Tuesday night. CLASSIFIED AD RATES nished cottage. Also furnished BeM Tablets & E-Vap "water FRAME HOME: Lota of living well cleared land 2 bed room Also over-the-road Trailer,'
I night (tonight) at 8 p.m. in the Prayer Meeting each Thursday Deadline for Insertion Monday apartments. W. H. Nollman. pills" Andrews Pharmacy. 5tp area. Very nice and close frame dwelling deep well, 40 ft.insulated vans.Great Dine
t Masonic Hall on Brownlee night. All members are asked 5 p. m. preceding Thursday tfchg 921SO to Starke. 3BR, large living completely furnished or Uorae ha. H.M Herndon.
I Street. All members are asked to attend. before publication room, separate dining room for $10,00, _ey, 7823253. 4tpr.FOR .'
to please be present and on - FOR SALE- Thomas Trans- & kitchen; front porch and back
time. Business of vital Im- ASSOCIATIONThe Minimum! Charge$1.75 lator Fiesta Organ Model AR- acres near Starke. 40 porch. Approx. 1 ml. from city; Three Jbed room frame house,
portance. Mt Sinai Ministers and (Covers 15 words 2 excellent condition; Call 964- In good timber 10 acres cleared Approx. 1 acre. bath garage, In good repair. SALE-- Concrete block"
for Deacons Association will be In Each word over 15, 84 with nice 3 bedroom home. 800000.
in the making
Plans are 7410 after 6 p.m. Itchg Price house in city.; 2 bedrooms C.il.
the "Feast of the Five Ta- session Sept. 20-24 at New .--A.J. Thomas Realtor &Air. Phone 964-7142.4 tp 9/21
bles" to terminate September Bethel Baptist Church Rev. All Classified Ada must. be MOBILE HOME and house for 3 BR frame completely remodeled BILL POWELL BROKER
30 in the RUE cafetorlum. The W. D. Dennis moderator paid, for In advance unless rent. Quiet neighborhood. Call very nice Lawtey. '
public is invited. There will you have established account after 2 p.m. 782-3297. Itp 964-6464 VOR SALE- Br home with WANTED by Individual. Land
Greater Allen Chapel AME In that W. Adkins suitable for cattle. Improvedor
be a donation. with The Telegraph, 1 new roof 514 St.,
Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins event 50< extra charge for FOR SALE16 ft. Fiberglass 2 Bedroom bath. In City, Or across street from BHS athle- unimproved. State price and
lot nice house
frame on large ,
CHURCH !NEWS pastor Service schedule as billing. Not responsible for boat with Mer. Mark 75 motor tic field. Phone 964-5736. description. Write K. Dlnkla
Ebenezer Baptist Church follows: Church School will errors when given over the & trailer. Rig goes for best,, WAYNE DOUGLAS 2tp 921'INTERF.STEb 11042 Scott Mill Road Jack-
begin at 10 a.m. Morning Ser- phone or when! copy Is not offer. Can be seen at 820 Con- 3 bedroom home in City; 1bath 'ASSOCIATE ,sonville. Florida 32217.
vice at II a.m. the fourth and typed, and brought to the of- nie Street (Reno). Itp kitchen, living & dining 4tp 10/6
Conference for o
last quarterly
fice. 9646593IF : IN U1'lNl; OR
the year with Rev. C. E. Tos- - FOR SALE1970 Mobile Home area. ELUNG. WANTEDCooks at Garden
ton In charge. All boards are Restaurant. Apply 'at Restaurant -
12 x 60 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 Nice large CB house. 2 bed-
asked to have written reports. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Call after or call 964-7358. 2tcng
bath. $295 equity., rooms-1 bath, very large living CONTACT
service at 5:30
Evening : p.m. 1 p.m. 964-5052. Hp room. Urge family room not carpets look dull and drear. 9/21
Invited to
All members are
$1.75 per completed. Just outside cltv remove spots as they appear GF.CRGE ROBERTS
I IA attend these services. The 2 inch minimum. -- $3.50 3 bed-
FOR SALEBy Blue Rent
owner limits on paved road. Lot 1-1/2 with Lustre. electric -
Church and pastor's anniver-Octo- --- -- room home 2 baths den living shampooer$.Devrick Inc. REAL:, ( EST: 1TE:
sary begin Sunday room dining room, utility, acres.GEORGE Builders Hardware Supplies, LONGCHAMP'
ber 2, and end October 8 at central heat 4 : ROBERTS
Auxiliary Memorials! Resolutions Proclamations room garage, Starke Fla. Phone 964-6163. PHONE 964-7826
Each Board and
3 p.m. : Card of Thanks a/c wall to wall carpet and REAL ESTATE Home and Building
are asked to report
Minimum to 50 stove. Ralford Road.Call week- .. ST.
$4.00 up 421 W. MADISON :
$50. All members are askedto words Each word over SO- days 6:30: 8:30.: Saturday PHONE 964-7826 INSURANCEAT .. .. Materials!
with these
cooperate services I R" Sundays 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 964- 421 W. MADISON ST.
7387. 2tp 9/29 FOR SALE65 Chev. Impala

r Greater Bethelehem Free- NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42 AUTO FIRE, BOAT Coat. Rebuilt eng. PS, PB, air "Your Plan Or Our.
Back FOR SALE12,000 BTU Dear- cond.; Excellent condition. Call Your Lot Or Our.*."
will Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- Tablets $3.00. Money born heater unvented $10. DOYLE E. CONNER After 5 964-
gas ; 964-6262. p.m.
MR.BILL GARDNER per Williams pastor. Service Guarantee. I Koch Drug Store. 200 E. Adkins Street. U JIMMY MOOttETS INSURANCE.. .. AGENCY"' 6137. ltp FREE ESTIMATES:
schedule as follows: Each Monday 9tp119WANTED
night Choir No. 3 and Ushers SUN SPORTS tchg. Hcmnilcling Repair..
Board No. 2 meet. Wed- WANTED TO BUY furniture I 18 FT. FIBERGLASS boat;; 1935 Addition. .

RaVJI to nesday night Prayer Meeting. -Someone to work on 964-8088. tfchg MOORE BOAT FOR 90 hp Best Johnson offer motor Asking and trail-about lion,,," tlnughr. .. Sold

Thursday the Ladles Circle egg farm. Call 782-3711 after YOUR MONEY' FOR SALE1971 Honda 350 er. Itp T'auvii
(tonight) will meet at the home 7 p.m. Up $600. Call 9648928. 4tp $900.904-8087. '
of Mrs. Emmie McKays. Friday $ SAVEFRED S Strke Ph. 064-5791 10/5 ACREAGE l-OMSALK:::
buy a night the Prayer Band will FOR SALEHorses.. See Mer I 964-6353
meet at the home of Mrs. Rebecca rill Grlffls, Grlffls Loop Complete Outboard AStern : FOR SALEAKC registered Lew'sWelding
))01 S. Starke
Allen. Pies will be sold Starke, Fla. 964-6767. !Up DAVISBUICK. Drive Service and German Shepherd pups 5 Hwy.
from the kitchen Friday night. Fiberglass males 2 females; silver gray. .
HearingAid Dinners will be sold from the EBONYThe record shop Repair. Complete May be seen at 318 Lafayette I ; Shop .
kitchen Saturday. Sunday ser- you've been waiting for. Hi- PONTIAC Repair. Custom- St., or phone 964-8017. Sire Whispering Pines Mo WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators
vices will begin with ,Sunday way 225, Lawtey Fla. !Up GMC TRUCKS built Fiberglass Fishing and dam on premises. 3tp washers. --Dab->
School at 9:30.Morning : "A LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE Boats. 9/28 tel US 301 S. Phon.96482S2 mere Discount House tf/chg
service at 11 a.m. COLLIE- yr. old male papers -
See your doctor. He/11 b.eble to League at 4 p.m. Evening ser- --$75, Singer Vac. up- YOU A LOT"UUREEN
1 tell you whether or not you need vice at 6 p.m. Visitors are right $30. New Admiral air '" COVE SPRINGS"' "* SECRET-Lose Water Weight; UTILITY TRAILERS PUMPSNEW
n ho.irlng Did always welcome. cond., used 2 nights. 14,000 body bloat pufflnoss, etc. X- CUSTOM BUILT
BID was $259$195.. Small United Farm PU Water Pills, only $3. Money -
,eta Oa to a reputable Heating AidC.nl.r. CARD THANKS gas heater $10, Accordion $50. PUMP.SERVICE Inc. Back Guarantee.Koch CAS AND"' ,ELECTRIC', t AND USED
Aid.Authorized Dealer arc Nnrelco thoroughly Hearing We wtsh o xpreseourheart- Phone 964-5988. Itp Agency, Drug Slore. chg--lI/2 WELDING.. I BRAZING SALES I

trained, and experienced In all felt thanks for the man expressions WELLS & PUMPS Reg. Real Estate Broker SHEET METAL PARTS

phase ervlcing of hearing telling aid, titling. and us In the of loss sympathy of our extended loved- SPINET-PIANO must trans :';1&111 & Irene; Faulkner NUGENT ELECTRIC TRAILER "IITCHESI..STALLED SERVICE I IDe.p

one. The many acts of kindnessand fer next two weeks. Will con- Well 2"'ftnd..p ASSOCIATES .. and Shallow Well

3 H.Ing...It the. freo dealer-and tact If.your very hum.lnvplo. kind words and deeds are sider responsible local person 24 IIr. service on ajl 206 S. Water Street ServiceResidential Water Softner and

You Ittlen to .ound.and w. deeply appreciated. The fam- only to make $24.20 payments. make) Stark., Flo. 964.5065 And FOR RENT- 12 wide Mobile FiltersPlumbing
I I. Write before we send truck.
mnke nn nudiogram.which ily of Debbie Thomas. WANT TO SELL OR
picture of ynur hearing pattern. Joplln Piano P. 0. Box 103 GOULDSMYERSJ ? Commercial Wiring homes outside city, limits.J..B.
BUY REAL FS'1'A'I'KrCall ''
From this ""norn.w.can fit you v. Panama City, Florida 32401. PUMPS and Lynn White. Ph. 964-WJ4
wilt, n lic.inng aid, to help correct J ACO/.ZI I U.. for Itcet Prices I Additional Outlets* or 964-8799. If no answer
1 your individual problem. C e e Itp Pr.o"p"ct"iting '. EXPERT; SERVICE ON
FIB. PUmp Senb tfche Air Conditioning call 964-8874. tfchg ALL MAKES

Look at the varlau.kind*of hear. 1'li 1ft icl/-lfphftnff/ clgorcll\l HELP WANTED- 9911 l HUnding; Htvd.PIIONK 'Hookups PHONE 9647051DURRANCE
4 lag aide-from standard body gels/ mliivenleri every //cm' MAN OK WOMAN to supply 26JS630Ornnnf Trailer ?ole Meters

hind model, tho to Ear"tho new model Norelco which"Be.has years/ when what it natty// consumers with Rawlelgh Park', Fla.REWARD SEWING OPERATORS. 24-Hour Service WATER FRONT LOTS
17 dillortnt acoustical' adfuet-/ needed Is Oils (fiat will put' Household Products. Can earn FOR SALE' ,
mania for the moet accurate, fitting it//SI'II I out. $60 weekly part-time; $150 and Cadillac Phone 964-8641 On Crosby Lake and Cfeoaby. PUMP i SUPPLY Or.
yot devised. up full time. Call collect: 703- Lake Canal.! )Canal 50 feet(
276-5808 or write Rawlelgh Co., For Information leading to recovery wide. 8 feet deep) Located :on 1. Moved
S matlon.send for We moro will be complete happy to Intor end PPIO U Box 4309, Richmond,Va.23224. of OVATION guitar &.1 Uniform Company State Road 100, 3 miles Weal :5 Blocks North
you our booklet."The Inside Storyof 11)01.6. T' case Ser. No. 1053 Model 1123- of Starke. Fla. Ideal for vacation 864 N. Temple Ave.
Nerve Deafness." a* well a* FOR SALE1971 Capri 2000 4.Call 9646900. Itchg \cels A.'ti.oIIIe cottage mobile borne or
deteiled Information, on. th.many 4 speed, bucket seats. Like Ili Investment. aOTS FOR SALE Starke Coif
Norelco Hearing Aid Pay For Classified new $1,800. Phone 533-2075 after Experienced Sewing down $35,00 lmonth $200: & Country Club ready for

Ads In ldranceineteaaed 6 p.m. Itp Machine Operators SINGLES"' & DOUBLE WIDES and for 36 building on or for Investment
noni.. (8 1/2 '%" simple inter-. Lots area approximately 1/2
flore/c o' cents have mad FOR SALE1959 Chevrolet CARl BEGS Hours Expando Rooms & Add estX acre and larger.' Paved roads
II necessary for this. newspaper pick-up truck. New Inspection On [Rooms Call 964.7701 8 a.m'to 9,1,,,1 only 3 minutes from town.

Com In now tar your tree Hearing Test to clarify' It. present sticker, new tag. Good condi Gulf Service 7:30: A.M.to 4:00: P.M.Permanent Fr.. delivery and set up p.m.'weekdays. tf Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 9 P.m.
rule I and adopt new ones for tion. Reasonable. Phone 782- tfchgOLIWS
.wtrfl----------- the publication of classified 3863. !Itp Used Ports Employment 100 MILE RADIUS '
In It column 'j
adtrrlteemenls *

PHONE All advertliemenU of this Rill. Call 468-1868, Waldo. ,
USED CARSIn \ppl\ 17 "North' Green COy.
I nature meat be paid In advance Itp ) Service It Our Policy
-- established Tel: 284-5001 264.7311 .
ADDRESS einlets an this whole area 441 East Brownie 1-
account Is maintained FOR RENTOne bedroom fur-
_. _, II | monthly with this nempaprr.Mtlllnc nished apartment, good location 24 Hr. Wrecker Service St.Storke; ftorlJ (ifittonJcr' :' and Muriel" 19'2\ : ,r"ff'1p '} '
IWOUIO/ettiI I OAl(ARO link) Models' : must itot! S20U() over invoice: -.r--'I -
Madison St. Ph.
534 W.
_. bookkeeping ,
and .
within 100
USED PARTS price: delivered: and set: up / r
HEARINGAID roil have advanced, makingIt 964-8404 or 533-2810. Itp WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- milu rudius.' .co it to believe'; :'it! 10- "
GAINESVILLE necessary le make this Hwy.J01() )H, Waldo dies for any make or model 1 day warranty.
CO. adjustment. MOBILE HOl8 x 42; 2 stereo player._Dahmer'Dis
BR: $1,300 cash. Phone 964- 468.1998 tf/chg Also available on our lot 2 ned Mobile
2639 NW. I3fh SI It I I. much pre'crred that CountHouse.
beplan" 8896 or 9647061.Myrue Homos and 2 Kposstion ,
In fnhine Shopping Center clauKled advertising LAKE GENEVA
Nod T*Weolce In person rather than Baiungartner, Box 335 Starke Hwy. 100() We.tSforfc* 964.5606 I
376-0035 or 378-1342 .by' telephone.so a* to ..... Fla. 32091. Itp FOR SALE- Used :\Iobllehome. MOBILE HOME
easy financing, 4734320. tfchg
errors. f f SAVE
FOR SALE-Two bedroom house SALES SEWING: MACHINES, cleaned
in City.; Furnished or unfur The M.Long Distant :* oiled and adjusted In your home LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
I nished. Reasonable price for Phone Calla 12' AND24' IDES: $$.. Vacuum Cleaner: ,repairs 6x9 S3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98.
cash. 964-7043. 2tp 9/28 We now handle air line PHO..e"47J.432.. () also. All work guaranteed. r-- :i2x2! $11.50; 12 X 15 only'

tickets cruises, and tours. iller BrOWlidr@'JIfIIftJJ Dennis E. Cogglns, phone 431- ,$14.95 many patterns and
FOR RENTGarage building 0--:; ROlT'IOOleeon. : /: 1428. tfchg. colors. Dahmer' Discount

CARL HURST c.\ available Oct. 1 1. Large storage We,offer special package Height Fla. tfchg.

space, show room and of- Tour of New
fices. Parking In rear. 528S. FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay
Walnut Street. Call Mrs. Disney World Out of barn or out of,tbe field WE GIVE SERVICE- get
Ed Prevatt 964-7457. 2tp 9/28 Call "".7"9 Volkswagen SEWINGMACHINE Registered Angus calves. Ph'. results! List your property tor
CANDIDATE sale with Call today.-
FINANCE CO. 964-6114 J. B. White, tfchg us.
(4ew .II t."IeCJ t..f1). POWELL :
'P.O./Box 224 H. Temole Salesetvke 6464 or 664-6810. tf/ch
A Hole la Your. Roof
Sales and Service '
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County Court Judge : -", Or: A. 1 Ml.GAINESVILLEAITOMOTIN North of TH Mall PFAFF ELNA .

: WHOLENEW O.C.: Garnet: Nursery Nw Homes

Thousands of Plants WHIT 11m MARTIN CAMPERS:

Thanks You For The, 1'ROOF. Fruit Ey.rcreenCameJU.Trees, Shade Trees.., $49:50 lip U.S. 90 Wnt, Lake City: :

Azaleas Roses E SALES PARTS Phone 752.3723

J & J Roofing Co. Meet la tang .* plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING L.IOER\\ \\ &: all Ports other& Repairs Make Mo-on SERVICE For BOlt lctlon Of

Vote Of Confideiii-e' In ,T'' Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735. MOTORCYCLE chin.. USED IMPORT CARS TRAVEL TRAILERS
** MI. >,E. ..Stark, Hwy 104P'lerahem. ;REPAIR MINI.. .HOMES
.. Hiway 301 ,South HARFRED AUTO '

_'_ """ m.mf.1S & Garage 611 W. Univ. Av.
... ,, 9 "" ''''''''''''' .rrZ
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The First. t Primary.I r- Gainesville, Florida 509 E. University Full Line Of Parts And
HELP NEEiEB I 378-1355 Gainesville 37' Srvlc.o

'I I Need Your Continued
,, ,' Ow.n Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dpndobl o'bl. I BULLDOZER WORK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

bodied factory help. No"' xprlnc necessary. IX I .

Steady ..rlc. overtime, fringe benefit, Yard leveling An. Clearing Spread LlllulKk
Support In The Second ?$ Keystone Heights Area


ATROI + NO CHARGE FOB MOVING IN For Futher Information:

Primary October 31972Pd ; JOIST No Job Too Small CONTACT, .IN PERSON

CALL 964-8951 011 Co.
I Lincoln City Road; Monday through Friday 'I Register

( Pol Adv) '7:00: A.M.:: To SiOO P.M.. .. TF S Alter 5 P. M. STARKE. FLORIDACommunity
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I Pave 22 Telegraph tI. v September 21, 1f 1 1I 972

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