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: October 5, 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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Yawn Wins y .y Temple New

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Judge Theron A. Sc

Yawn, Jr. carried

four of the six coun-

ties in the Eighth'' : 55 VotesWilliams

Circuit in Tuesday's tl ,

Second Primary to ,

win, {tho Group 6 'Cir- o

cuit Judge seat by ':.1

an approximate' Reddish

2,000 vote lead overA. ,

Z. Adkins, Jr. of : rl Wins I Sanders

Gainesville.The ., ;

unofficial total at noon fl x
j Win InRunOff
Wednesday was: Yawn 12,630 r / e
Adkins 10672. aA'. 1 K qr i

Yawn scored a surprisingupset By 789 Votes
by carrying Alachua County
aided by the endorsement of k tR
Herbert Schwartz, eliminated pt Two photo finish
candidate, who carried Alachuain
the First Primary, and the dip races brought Brad-
editorial support of the Gainesville Over LockhartPushed ford voters back to

Sun. Yawn also carried the polls in record
Bradford, Gllchrist and Levy ;
Counties, losing only In Baker ;5j numbers Tuesday,

and Union. J' Ayfpu' tP. by a big vote from his campaigned to win, so did I." giving Jim Templea
Unofficial county totals were:
home county Bradford where
Alachua: Yawn. 6,613; Adkins, Th. h.if.rs ore outnumbered In this chas. but th.y calf scramble sponsored byth Chamber of Commerce, A he almost doubled his opponent "I tell you what. If I could razor-thin 55-vote
5,490. Frank Williams Costal Lake find all 3,000 of those Bradford victory for'the office
Baker Yawn 898; Adkins, still put up a good fight. ,This Is a picture of last years. large crowd as seen here attends all of Hie scrambles won the Democratic nominationto County people that vot- of Superintendent of

1,359. the District 25 house seat in ed for me I'd like to hug their
Bradford: .Yawn 3,092;'' Adkins Tuesday's, second primary. necks. I can't describe my Schools, and Dolph
L822.Gilchrlst. excitement
: Yawn, 853; Adkins, Bradford turned out 76 per a slightly
565. Bovs To Scramble For. .CalvesBradford cent of its registered voters to "For a candidate that didn't better margin of 196

Levy: Yawn, 1,412; Adkins, give Williams 2,975 votes to have a chance to win .1' thinkI to) succeed his father
1166. ..,.., 1,534: for Bill l-ockhart of St.;' did pretty well"* ,

__ ..Union:: ,Yawn.. 1,412, ..Adkins' t .' :. ; "< : ..... ., ._ ..'**. yet t* '*''y' "...,.,. 'ft' '.,.JiytrAA' ,,'I l ''''''h y4bn" 'r Johns County.; H wak the, most'." ;i .. P*"I!., H ,ddlh', in" theSheriff's If
r Counb'-'ttf. Annual f"1' 4"-H votes either candMfeW yhed In > '
1166. f.'armer8 runerlca of at 7 pm. .w"lnners > registration PaI>ers. lfJ1 ; oCn-ce. .
*, Starting, on a low key, Calf Scramble t ISo on tap Satur- Clubs.?; The scramble gives the The fifteen calves have been either county : '
'the usually sedate Judge's race day October 14, when 15: county boys selected the chance to wina \\ are requited to show purchased from Edwards Angus WillIams won by an unofficial The third county: office runoff -
warmed up in the final days youths will catch 15 registered calf and an opportunity to their calves at the Bradford Farm, a Bradford livestock three --count; vote of 4,309 to YdJ.l'gun was won handily by' l-lzlc
before the Second Primary with black Angus calves start himself In the cattle busi County' Fair and agree to carryout farm. Admission to the eventIs 1 1-ockhart's 3,520, a margin of S. Sanders with a substantial
Yawn declaring "Integrity" a pasture improvemjnt 841 lead over his runninKmule,
thai. ness.A free, and all citizens of 789 votes which assured Williams -
was the Issue. Me accused Ad- A livestock Improvement chicken supper will be ser- program vn his farm and to :Northeast Florida are Invited to of victory since only Carl /Hurst, for the office of
kins of making conflicting state- program, the event is sponsoredby ved from 4:30-6:30: : p.m. for keep accurate records. Two ,bring the family for an evening 273 absentee votes were to be In LakeDavid County. Judge.
ments about gun control legislation the Starke-Bradford County $1.25. The event will be held at after fun tillng hie of fun and excitement: says, counted in the three counties Bradford scored an asfonlshinir -
and with'th4 "misuse" Chamber of Commerce, and is the Bradford (County fair- each boy', upon ( chamber xecutlve:: John My 1-ockhart carried his home 76 nor cent turnout in Second
of political advertising.Yawn open to members of the future grounds. The first( scramble is obligation, is presented with the ers. of St. Johns 858-293 I I.. Durban 72, of Jacksonville Primary voting: only 2.3.:
county less than all-lime
the of
has been County Judge high
and a native of l.aw-
and edged Williams 1,1281,041in
78.5 reached In the
and a practicing attorney In September -
toy, was found dead, apparently -
Both St. Johns
Clay County
121 Ira
Starke for 20 years, whiled- Primary.
in shallow water
and Clay extremely light
kins was elected county solicitor near his summer cottage on The Temple Casey tug-
few second
voting due to primary -
of AlaclmaCounty 14 years Science Math races In the two counties. Kingsley Lake about 2:30: a.m. of-war remained a toss-up right
ngo. Building Thursday, Sept 28, accordingto down to the wire, with the out-
Analyzing the 3-county vote, the'Clay County sheriffs come in doubt until the last
Williams figured he picked up office. vote was' counted. Tho narrow
,wl1r f!wi (brier 800 votes In Bradford, 27 In St. victory scored by 'Icmplo
The body was found face down
Johns, and around 600 In Clay seemed almost like an instant
over his first prlrarj total of In the water by' Deputy; William replay of the First. Primary
On Tap At Bradford HiCo 3,112. l.ockhart pulled 2.924 in II. Mulchings, after a prolonged when he led the Incumbent by
the first primryfncluding1,212 search by relatives had failed only 52 votes. Both candidates
'" in Bradford Count!;}'. to reveal l Durban's whereabouts redoubled their efforts In the
The body', which was
three-week interim
to capture
In the first primaryllliams
ahead to sell bonds and building will be a factor in hesitated to make the motionto and attorney t r sign the necessary edged into top position among found near a neighbor's r Durban's dock, their share of the 1,144 votes
about 40 feet from
prepare final architect's drawings that evaluation, he said. proceed with the buildingbut bondinK( '" :>luUons.In four candidates by 188 votes in In given to third-man Bill Costello ; -
bath house clothed
was a
was given Wednesday' In the First Primary, but
mor- would If he had the three-count! district.
"I I'm to. other action the School ;
ning for Phase ni construction know a lame duck pair of short pants.A they remained almost equally
at the new Bradford I High School but I sure would like to see Board: Williams said Wednesday, coroner's inquest was held divided In spite of Costcllo's:
At that Board Member
6th Annual this thing go," Sawyer said. point -Approved on a temporary' night, from his home on Costal ,
complex, a 15,000 squat foot Blaine by Justice of the Peace Ben personal preference of empic. -
moved to
It is part three of a four part Thompson basis a new senior privilege to work
Lake, he was going .
science and math building to Green, and a verdict of acci-
ahead with of
move that will allow seniors with free
building program begun four the General
Wednesday on Heddlsh had
cost an estimated $435,000. dental death by drowning returned a 91 -vote lead
BUS to seal the bonds and to
CALFSCRAMBLE years ago, he said. Sawyer (See Page 10)) Election In November when he over Crawford In the First.
Pushing to complete authorize the superintendent
con- said beinff a lAme duck. he
faces Mrs. PatHolllday Ponte
struction of Phase m were Mr.: )Durban, a retired plumber Primary, but Crawford came
\edra In St, Johns Count, a was spending several daysat on strong to close the gap
two lame ducksSupt.. Tom
republican. Meetings were his lake place, and had in- to a narrow 139 In the run-off,
Casey beaten 35 votes
Saturday, Oct. 14 scheduled in each of the three evidently picking up a large
Tuesda.b, Supt.-flect Jim County Still TryingTo counties with key' campaign (,$.* Page 10)) percentage of votes cast for
Temple, and School BoardMember
Bradford County : Charles Saner, who workers Williams said. ellminiated third man Maxio

FairgroundsCHICKEN.SUP.PER didn't seek le-electlon becausehe "I hope to get with Mr. Carter, Jr.Keddlsh .
is moving out of the county. Lockhart and get his supportand now serving as Chief
The will hlmbehlnd me Williams City Council Deputy, will succeed his father -
new building go RoadsStill get -
almost In the same as old says of the general who Is completing his
Unable To twenty-fourth year In the of-
$1.25 C-Biiildlng noll the final election. He definitely Is taking -
stages of demolition. Com- the challenge of Mrs. Hoi- fice.Temple
4:30.6:30: P.M. Is liday' seriously' \Williams Do who resigned as
pletion set next: September says, BusinessThe
trying to find a way' gan to wonder how large chicken The thought was advanced thatllmerock and considers her a formidable principal of Buchholtz /High ,
I, FIRST SCRAMBLE to improve the county's grad feed and lime rock trucks would be one step School In Gainesville to make
7 PM. "If the board: is really' Interested ed roads, the County' Commis- get by' with their weleht on toward preparation of road beds opponent.Summing Tuesday. Oct. 3, meet- the race, carried ten of the
in the building program sion decided Monday to placea secondary roads. Hamilton said for paving.No up his feelings ing of the Siarke City;' Councilwas county's 17 precincts in win-
It would be a good Idea layer of llmerock on one the state would enforce the ; action was taken on asking Tuesday' night, Williams emphasized cancelled due to the Incapacity ning the $18,324 per year su-
Sponsored By to go ahead," sold biipt" Casey dirt road to see If it can be weight laws against the countyas bids for, the two large dump he holds no anlmous- ; of two of the five council perintendent's post which Casey -
', who admitted he was in a stabilized.The much as anybody trucks which would cost around 1 itj' toward Bill Lockhart "lie members City Clerk Merrill has held for two terms.
. Chamber Of Commerce
somewhat awkward position to Edwards said.Councilman.
board chose the Sampson But with the thought of lime- 821,000 each. One commissioner The total vote, Including absentees -
push the new bUlld tg. Casey wondered how much lime- One Wiggins was: Temple 2,445
All Lake the thought ;
Bring The FamilyFor boat ramp road because rock trucks came SeptemberRainfall
noted ahead'all
bonds :are rock could be with 840- was admitted to Riverside Hospital Casey 2,390.
it Is one of, the worst to Chairman George Roberts bought
dated and that Fiscal agent in Jacksonville this week "
An Evening Of Fun 000. Temple waged a vigorous attack -
In the county to maintain. The of covering sand roads with alayer
Harvey Henann has said the and Is undergoing tests, and 4
on what he termed the
In other commIs-
action the
stabi- ,
market road Is under water much of 1< of lime rock to
bond Is favorable and Council Chairman Nell Tuckeris "
the time it rains and lize them. In search for monthsof : "LSO Power Bloc, chargingthat
sandy sIonset Below Normal
Beta Sigma Phi the bonds can bo sold withina ill with virus..
and unstable when it is dry. a method to pan cheaply a special meeting for 7 too much of the school
Will Sponsor A Dance"OHLPROWL" month. the board decided the lime- p.m. October 19 to interview The council will meet the dollar was being spent on supervisory -
Some reluctance to proceedwas I'p to two miles of the road Improve each of seven applicants for September rainfall was below second Tuesday Oct. 10, for its and administrative
shown by' Board: Chair- can be co'ered1th a layer rock might be one way low to the position of county civil defense normal In Bradford County; with regular first of the month meet- salaries, and too little on other
the roads
man Rodney Hall X, who said he at lime rock two to three Inches at cost. director, starting salary' only' a .73 inch average for the30day ing, instead of the first Tuesday phases of the school program.
New Stark Armory did not want to encumber another thick for 8600 to 3300 37,200. The seven applicantsare period. The :50-year Clerk Edwards stated. Casey defended the LSO positions
Music By board member, meanIng the board figured Monday' af '47' ClassT Charles Hardy, 54, long average for September here is the City; Charter san two saying they were required -
J newly! elected Arthur Hol- ternoon. time Stark. resident and busInessman 1.97 Inches which means that councilmen can carry on day to by law.Crawford .
"The four Of Clubs" liday, who will take Sawyer'sseat Idea for the experiment: ) came Richard P, Nichols, the county; received almost 1-1/2 dav ooerations. but cannot transact picked up considerable -
In January when the commission was Informally 27 clerk; Inches less than normal for the business. With Wiggins and strength between the
9 to 1:00 ReuniteThe Andrews Drugs;
"Am I out of it?" Sawyer discussing the purchase o Joseph W. Pentecost, :52, mo- month. Tucker out and newly elected First and Second Primariesin
S.ml Formal'I'. Adults Only wanted to know. "I 1 thought we of two 10-wheel dump bile home sales operator; Joseph Although September was Charles Schaefer not yet swornIn the 5erlffs race and carried -
trucks. The discussion got around 1947 Senior Class of unusually' do, Bradford the council would have been
$S Per Couple game the go ahead three monthsago. A. Scanlon :57, retired received nine precincts to Red-
Hall replied, questioning to how much such a Bradford High School is plan- serviceman William A. Watson an average of 61.081n- with Just two members Tues- dish's eight. Crawford showed
financing the new building witha truck would weigh when load- ning the 25th: class reunionto 39, retired; serviceman ches for the first nine monthsof day night Councilmen Jimmy his greatest strength In Pre-
c.mhr --... bond Issue as compared to ed with 14 cubic yards of grael. \'- be held on October 13-14. Robert W. Foster, 23, Owen; 19.23.33 inches above McRae and Vernon Sllcox. cinct 1 Lawtey City Hall)which
t ammunUgfctatr trying to pay, it off with the Commissioner Zedra Ham- The class president Doyle Joist steel plant employee. One the 50-ear average of 57.75 Chairman Tucker must also be he carried two to one over
t ( board's regular tax funds. ilton said about,76,000 pounds, Conner, Is sending invitationsby application inches for January' through sworn In after his recent re- Reddish. The final count. including -
that of B.
or 36 tons. mall to the members. If September.No election.
Drew absentees, was: Reddish -
Casey then noted South- ,
the was rejected because
flankIV Association The board then considered any member has not received an Drew U : fires were reported by the With Wiggins. Tucker, and 2.535: ; Crawford 2,339.
ern of Secondary not a resident of the
asked to 'Service tor September.
whether such a truck would Invitation they are Forestry Schaeter all unable to transact
A.s N. Schools Is due this term to Marilyn 964-' county. So far there Sanders carried! every pre,
) have been
T.....Wrd".i fall through the many wooden contact the city's business this
o.r..e s.e.... evaluate board's the high school The bridges and destroy the grad- 7824. or Mao Lappe, 964- 5* told by Sanitarian Jack :56 fires with 349 acres burned week It left the council In an cinct! but one (Brooker) In sco-
progress toward com 151.: (See Page 10)) Unusual situation ((5..
pletion of the science and math ed roads. Board members be- Page 10))

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Club/ Meetings

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.76081'n(

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., Homemakers Beta, Sigma Phi
;0. ,'!I Shower Given Southside PTA Women's Club

For Mrs. James, Sets First MeetThe To Meet Oct. 11 To Meet; Oct. 12 Plans For DanceBeta

Recent BrideThe ,Sigma Phi sorority
\ Southstde ElementaryPTA The Starke Woman's Club will The Starke Homemakers Club members held their regular
'. i will meet Monday night, hold Its first fall luncheon- will meet Thursday Oct. 12, business meeting on September
ladles of the Mad .on Oct. 9, at 7:30: in the school meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 10 mm. at the home of Mrs. 25 at the home of Mrs, Phillip -
; ; : Street Baptist Church gave> a cafeteria. The program will at 12:15: P.m. at the club house. Albert Lee Crosby. Clark, with Mrs. Wayne
.'' )I\'f\ ";i; ;i'i: : i bridal shower last Thursday Include patriotic songs and a The meeting will be under Donahoo as co-hostess. ,
: night in the church annex honoring presentation on crime and drug the Conservation Departmentwith were discussed for a
", :. ,!itWr, ?(;Xi i :: ; Mrs. Kenneth James, abuse entitled "Teenager." Mrs. Robert Barksdale dance Plans to be held on October 7
,,,.tII\.i.:! ....e e ," ,!!\,.., \,!., the former Mary Ahlane Mar- The parents will have a chanceto chairman Co-hostesses will be Beta Sigma Phi at the new Starke armory from
,,:!''i!: (r iJj. \" '" tin a recent bride.A meet their child's teacher. Mrs. Tobert Brown Jr., Mrs. Of JewelsThe
: Ritual 9tol.
'A. 'ij!;; !,:"':' $; ,'; green and yellow color A nursery will be provided. Guy Andrews, Mrs.F.B.Beard The"Ritual of Jewels Cere-
T r 'fD( ) I,I'qj'' ,', i scheme was. carried out In the
,P....,I')'( Mrs. R.F. Demorest, Mrs.J.H. will t be held at the next
i\"\ r"J'V'\I."; : '\ .: party decorations. The gift DuPre Mrs. J.A. Griffin. Mrs. the Starke
i ." ., .:" Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill regular meeting at
\ ,. ; \ ,' table was covered with a green Surprise Parties A.E. McKinney, Mrs.CflNaeworthy ); -
'I'; ,', ,/ /;! ":. hold their Ritual of Jewels Golf& Country Club.
linen cloth and centered with
Mrs. Robbie
: Shaker
Oct. 9 at
AW ') 1JI\hit For Mrs. Priest ceremony Monday on
( ,' arrangement yellow chrysan-
Mrs. Kate and Mrs.
i'r'j\; ''; \:;i >(:'; I);' themums. The punch table was On Birthday H.L. Speer.Sheppard, 7:30 and: Country p.m. at Club the-Starke Dress Golf will Mr and Mrs. William Green
;k .. < i also covered with a green linen of Neptune Beach were Tuesday
/ be semi-formal.
'" at cloth. At one end was a punch dinner guests of Sheriff and
bowl encircled with fern and Mrs. Clyde Priest was given Party For JulieHollingsworth Mrs. P.D. Reddish.

,, at the other end was a white a surprise brlthday party '...."... ."., _'", .."'.. # '#'#I"N'r" '#" 1(
; ; sheet cake with, yellow roseson ,Sunday afternoon at her home on
''' "' '., each square. Mrs. Gladys Thompson Street by her child- Let The Create
J'' Wasdln and Mrs. Tommie )Nol-; Symbra'eue
Little Julie Hollingsworth
in presided at the punch boll and ren.The dining room was decora- celebrated her second birthday A New And Lovelier "Y 01&"
Mrs. Mildred Lawson served
ted with arrangements of fall
II Saturday night when her parents -

... .. .... .....', ,. ... the cake. 30 at- flowers. A beige lace table- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy '-
Approximately guests cloth covered, the table which Holllngsworth gave a Part for
tended. held the birthday cake and two her and little
eight friends at
Ths junior vanity ch*.rladrt h.lp eh.*r th* Brad The hostesses'presented the yellow .candles in silver hold their new mobile home on 301 .

ford high baby gridderi to a 27-6 victory ov.r Orang Park honoree with a three-piece set ers, Friends and relatives South. '.
last week. of Corning Ware as a memento enjoyed the afternoon with The youngsters were given
of the occasion.
;xxxxxxxxxxxxx; ;xxxxxxxxxxxxxx. Mrs. Priest.On favors of party hats balloons
Tuesday morning her nursery horns and play watches. The

IJr, and Mis.I.T.WiiiK: ofl.itksonvillc Miss Lillian Stump was In MobleyNortonDate Miss Kauffman school children also surprised refreshment table was centered ,
I Mrs. Priest!! with a blr- with a and birthday :
green yellow
Were Sunday dinner Othlodineoa.: over Uio
guests: of Mr. mid :Mrs C'.r.. weekend visiUiitf her sister. Announced To Wed Mr.'Milner ,thday party. They enjoyed cup- cake using the Kim-- Cat "
11111. Mrs .1.W, GrnRn.U ,cakes, chewing gum and candyin motif.
the nursery school room. Assisting in
were Mr.
Miss: Janice, Aiicgra Morley, Mr and Mrs. Joseph A. Kauf- Mothers assisting in serving and Mrs. Eddie Starling Julie's :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.L.. fman Sr. of, KIngsley Lake were :Mrs. Janet Carter Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. Julie Underhill -
Mobley of Starke, and Emmett announce the engagement of Donna Gruen., Mrs.Maria Kope- great grandmother
Moxlc Norton Jr., son of Mr. their daughter Lucille, to Mark lousos, and Mrs. Jane Watson. Mrs. E.A. WInkler, and
and :Mrs. E.M. Norton, Sr. of David !Milner. son of Mr. and
Wayne Fit
Holllngsworth Personally All
Kingsley Lake will be unitedIn Mrs. Robert W. Milner of Jr. Sizes In Bra's CridU.
mirrloge on Dec. 16 at 7:30: Starke. And Swim Suit, From 30A To 56M
the Madison Street Hap- Mr. and Mrs. John Blackley
p.m. In .Miss Kauffman( 1181970 graduate Crews Mr.
tlst Church. of Bradford High School Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr.; and Mrs. Tom Vrecenakof
I Mrs.: Jerry Hlckman( and IENTZ
and a 1972 graduate of Lake Brown of St. Petersburg and Mr. and
Ql Alii'Kit: LY BHIDfJ}?; City Community College Nursing Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. were Roy Sunday Mrs. Charles Vrecenak of Clifton -

'lOl HXAMT.NT: : !NEXT l Division, and Is now em- of !\Ir, and Mrs. George N.J. were weekend guests PHONE 964-8760
1 1 LT.SU:: U I'\IGIIT ployeed as a Registered Nurse guests W. Drown at'Kingsley Lake. of Mr. and Mrs. W,A. Stern
at the Reception and Medical and Miss Louise Stern.

the Duplicate: Hrldgt Club: Center Lake Butler Mr. :Mil
/, r will have: their quarterly tournament ner Is a 1970 graduate of Brad-
next: 'luesdni night at ford High School and Is employed
f $ v the I'rall Street Uecrentlon at the Keception and Medi
(('enter starting at 7:30: I p.m. call'enter. Lake Duller.A .
a bIa I'Ip: ors do /not have to be members December wedding Is plan
of ,V. C. It. I., to plan, ned.
fwd the public Is Invited to -
Dinners last 'luesd.\v, night
'wcie Mr. 'ald11'8.: .//0111\\':\Ius1o"lIne '01 .
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,, a lUll! Mrs, It hen .lolmson' and \.
3h...h., Hilda PC l .\' tied for,gec-

I I patient I hen Champion In ,Machua Is General a medical Hospital. Store Wide Savings! Now Thru Saturday!

G on terPattersonDate l .

I Is Announced
Mrs. Grover; Pert marf'' 'of '

'I 1 I EBB'{ son 1.'I I' H.sKi M h', IUld11'8.: M.ivld Gunter; nothml111.Monday:; guest. of was Thursday. ''..K. Per-; lr \00% stretch ( the newlayered 100 nylon.% stretch

of Narke aiinuuiK'V! the engage- i.vmoii.Mr.. : b. \
1'rnfrsniunat I'Iw''";;:" u/tltd'1 mvnt :and .ippioacliliiKnuin>I : 'Ligei nylon look
f their daughter, 1 Dc-Un-nli hat, : and Mrs. It.I'.,:. 'Iliornton 1 \ body
body t
to .l>:.mn.v l 1/1.:: I'.iltcisun son of :Miami\IsitedtheA( 'lighter-:( i' body ri
( ,: MIM: \Ul\ ':IHilNCSi" ;:; ol :\11', and :Mrs.-lames I'attcr- In-law. Mrs.RG.'lhorntonand: ti shirts

IInli i of T)ler, 'ICMS.: Mr. and Mrs. harry Moot shirts\ II shirts '

;'i 11t 1 run'IK \ir.s:; :Miss\ Gunter; :and :\Ir. I'.itier- S.uuid.ix.. y Lj x tr
son are biuli sradu.itcsol'Ki'.ui- X99
t i'\i.j ,?7sn4i4 (' '+I.II.t. r foid h llteh :sclioi). Mrs! I'smnonguc: and Mrs. 329 :
'IlieHcddiiW ttlll tolte: 1 placeat 1'hL'lma I Dean pf airfield 1 were 399 L I
IG: \I\I'.S\i ILUI"TI:) ;:K :\:110\: I' .1 I'lnc I .cvcl Baptist> lluu-i-li Satindalsliors! oC. Mr, and r9f
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YOU'LL LIKE and :Mrs George Simpson j.e'' .r fur coats long sleeve

., Mrs. Eddie: Starling, and knit blouses.
'. :Mr'lommv llolllngswortli! attended Newest fashion fabrics in
the new UK fail and Christmas .. pant coats capes and boot OUt....S3 49
I loral lies IK" show Sunda* In 4L length sty les. Rich,two-tone
t'on tall Jlassce. c Yr effects io. fashion colors.
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That Was Almost Fatal
Sting Please note the new hours of
the Library:
Monday" Wednesday, Fridayand "
Saturday: 9 ajn. to 5
the office of tile late Dr. A. J. Tuesday and Thursday: I 1p.m.
Wesley Thomas was. stung, by Barry. He said he could not to 5 p.m. CHEVROLET!
a bee. lead the ride to Gainesville School-ace program, Thurs- i
Not pleasant not very unusual but that he would call Alachua davt 3:30: jun. to 4 p.m. Octo-
either. But Wesley authorities and notify; them the ber's County; : Great Britain.
almost five Is allergic to Insect Bradford car had only 30 minutes -'
bites. His reaction to the to reach Gainesville This ........
bee sting was unusual. Green says, told Alachua authorities KINGSLEY LAKEHOMECOMING I
Bumps developed that resembled not to interfere with SET
Insect bites. The the speeding vehicle and to
bumps developed into welts. give it every assistance in proceeding The KIngsley Lake Baptist OLISj
Worse, his lips 'became swollen to the hospital. Church will observe Homecoming -
and began to' turn wrong: No patrol cars of Alachua Day on Sunday, Oct. 15.
side out. County or the Florida Highway Rev D.E. Wllltg a former
Still worse "Wesley's throat were spotted during the high pastor, will be guest speakerat .
membranes began to swell, speed ride Mrs. Thomas says. J"\1\
the Morning Worship service -
eventually almost closing off Wainwright drove at high Lunch will be servedat sear Sale ., : t ,
breathing passages. flashers blinking: ,
speeds 1 p.m., followed by singingIn
About 4 p. m. Monday. lights on, and horn blowing, all the afternoon. Everyone Is \...,... .
Sept. 18, Wesley came crying c..I'A the way to Alachua General Invited to come enjoy the day >
Listed Below Are A Few Of The Fine .
his mother, Mrs.J.W. Thomas Hospital In Gainesville Traffic with the members. ;
that he had been stung on the for
cleared the roadway
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back by a bee. Mrs. Thomas them Mrs. Thomas says. Preowned Cars And Trucks Traded In
Jerked the child's shirt off and At Alachua General: Dr. s.1<. CEMETERY WORKINGAT

cohol.rubbed the This sting helped area calm with Wes-al 4M1 Sanders Wesley's regular physician KINGSLEY LAKEA On Our New 72 and 73 Chevrolets And

ley but did nothing to abate was on duty sewing up a
Cemetery Working will be
the developing allergic symp- child's finger In the emergencyroom.
held Oldsmobiles.
at the Klngsley Lake Baptist
toms. jp Seeing the unconscious Wes Church on Saturday, Oct.
Mrs. Thomas first tired to
L ley's reaction to the bee sting, starting at 8:30 a.m. All
phone the Bradford County Hos- nurses rushed him Into the Interested members are askedto "Come On Out Today And Pick"A
pital to make sure a doctor '
bring rakes, hoes, and other
hospital. Dr.Sanders was summoned -
would meet her there. But the tools for
Bayless Highway area Is on .y and treatment began In .... Better Baldwin ,
party; lines. Children were talkIng -' the hallway of the hospital,Mrs.
and would not give the phoneup Thomas recalls Wesley was ALVAREZ FAMILY
even though Mrs. Thomas v A n taken Into the emergency room. REUNION, OCT. 8
pleaded that it was an emer- Medication was administeredand
gency. the child began to show Friends and relatives of the 1971 OLDS 9 PASS. WAGON
Becoming Increasingly distraught marked Improvement in 15-20 late Owen and Candacy Alvarezare
minutes.Wesley spoilt 50 minu- Invited to attend the Alvarez
Mrs. Thomas ,she
says .
rushed Wesley to town In the completely recovered Wesley Is shown Tuesday after.noon tes in Alachua General Intensivecare family reunion on Sunday Oct. Loaded With All
family car.There with his mother Mrs. J. W. Thomas.be unit and soon after was 8, at the Lake Butler Community; Completely
was no doctor at Brad- released from the hospital.. Center. A basket dinner will Power Equipment And Air CondM ,
ford County; Hospital. Nurses reached. It would take him 20 minutesto Wesley had to stay Inside for be served at 1 p.m. /119 5 0 0 i
first told Mrs. Thomas to take Attempts were then made to drive to Bell I from Keystone.With four days, against chances of One LOCH! Owner J500! till' s .
Wesley to Dr. Fete G. Felos' contact the physician: on call, the halt an's hour's lee- another insect bite while his SHAW I REUNIONSET ; VERY CLEAN AND SHARP
office on East Call Street opposite that day Dr. Jorge P. Salazar way before treatment becomes system recovered Its balance. FOR OCT. 15
the town from the who's office Is In Keystone critical growing shorter, BUS But he's a normal five-year-old
hospital.alBut before she could Heights. Dr. Salazar reported nurses and Mrs. Thomas became again this week, Mrs. Thomas The 17th annual reunion of
leave the hospital Mrs.'Thomas to the hospital that It wouldbe Increasingly frantic. says. the descendants of Bryant,Mad- 1/2
was told Dr. Felos had half and hour before he Ten minutes safety; remained. But his mother still becomes ison, Ancel Levy Angelina, 1972 FORD TON
left for the day and couldn't could leave his office and that Nurses could administer nervous when she remembersthe Farnlo, and Emmaline Shaw will
treatment without directions close call. be held Sunday, Oct. 15, at
from a doctor. One physician. : "A few more minutes and New Hope Church near La- 4 Wheel 1 Drive 4 Speed Trims.
Wesley would have been "
could not be reached aid!another dead. Crosse.A .
said he was 40 minutes from she states. The only way she business meeting will be Sport Custom Trim With R.idio
ATTENTION the emergency room. could tell her son was breath- held at 11 a.m., followed by a
Mrs. Thomas was then told to Ing on the way to Gainesvillewas basket lunch at noon. All friendsare Heater Air Com!. And Camper 419S oo
by holding a mirror under invited.
ADULTS get Wesley to Gainesville as fast
as possible 'loo distraught to the nose and seeing It tog Top 13000 Miles Like Nv

drive, she asked for an ambu- up."You
Just can't understandthe DAY CARE MEETINGSET \ Every: Way
CKI:!) t KWUN&WLL:,"" BKjrfiiyEN : )( lance.No driver was available, the feeling. You read abouta FOR OCT. 12

nurse calling for the emergency shortage of doctors. Youdon't A Day Care meeting will be
/ TIIK: WEEK OK :"" ,\" vehicle was told. But Wayne you, but.think.." about It affecting held at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1969 NOVA 4 DOOR SEDAN
Wainwright, a cousin of Mrs. 12, in the RJE auditorium in
.. \ Thomas, had seen her run Starke. Anyone interested in
through the traffic light at Madi- GOSPEL MESSENGERS day care for Bradford County;
: OCTOBER 9, 1972 son and Walnut Streets with AT MORGAN ROAD children is Invited to attend. t> Cyl. Auto Trans Radio, Heater

/*' ._ .._... r ,..,_..._....___,...i lights Wainwright on knew and horn something blaring.had "The Gospel Messengers" Air Cond. Clean Runs Good And I Is

happened and.. .followed., ,,Mrs..Tho.'s. ,'. will Morgan present Road a Baptist program Church at the at 'Rpad, Readyt f
'"'"" .. 'to the hospital :' ; l 95.OO .
$ '
"C7. lI : ')! 'I" '1, ''* and 8 p.m. on October, and 11 a.m. \
drove mother child,
He the '
REGISTER NOW: ; on October 8. > t.t
:"W PLEASE ," I now unconscious, to Gainesville This versatile grouppresents"The .
,I I I to Alachua General Hospital Gospel" by means of colored -
!. : AT THE OFFICE OF I where treatment was finally ad- chalk drawings with black Mrs. Myrtle Anderson Mrs. 1970 FORD 10 PASS. WAGONPower

.' ministered. light, Gospel magic, readings ,James Barren. Mrs.jCOrge
;:::.: :. VO TECH. Heading west on Call StreetIn vocal and Instrumental musicalnumbers ;; Anderson, and Mrs. E.M.Davis Steering And Brakes Air Condo
,- I to Gainesville and testimonies.
v ? -- Starke on way personal have been visiting Miss Mamie
j fi Mrs. Thomas and Wainwright Anderson in Alachua Genera This is a Country Squire Wagon And
j, ,12 ov60{ spotted Bradford County The public Is Invited to attend Hospital during the past week.
n"h ; Deputy Robert Green near these programs. Has Been Taken Exceptionally Good
Mrs. P.E. Stone of Archerand
',."!, daughter Mrs. Bill Williams Care Of By Its Pievious Owner. Q99 OO
of Alabama were last
Wednesday overnight guestsof Ready To Go Anywhere .

Mrs. E.M.:: ,Davis.

BLUE GRASS MUSIC of Mr.Lutz and spent Mrs.the J.M.weekend Montuoro with 1969 OLDS VISTA CRUISER WAGON

her parents, Mr and Mrs.M.A.
Over '5"0 Performers Baldwin, Jr. 9 Pass Compact At Less Than HuH Its

1 PkOOr.II I Orginial Price. power Steering, Brakes

In .enon At jYSij'illll Mrs. Emma Badman celebrated And Air Cond. One Owner. Light Green
her 75th birthday at a
family cookout last Friday night Paint With Wood Grain Paneling T&tflk
BLUESPECIAL ASS Oltl' ffl i at the home of her granddaughter 249S.
Otry St! I Mrs. J.C.Dukes, and Mr.

CO'UNTRY'MUSIC PARK Dukes.Miss birthday Loralne party; Saturday Alvarez night gavea 1967 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4 DOOR

at her home on Cherry Street ,
7 Ml. N. OF STARKI ON 301 IN 1AWTIY FLA. for Larry Williams on his 24th Power Steering Brakes, And Air Cond.
birthday. The four couples
Friday Qcf&bff -6:00 'P. M. Till I MidnightVM. enjoyed a grilled steak supper I Radio Heater, Tinted Glass. This
served In the yard.
>te' Plymouth Runs Good: And .Looks Good 695.00
rL.st.r Local Admittances to Brad For Age. Take .
Its It Home Tod
,' Nashville GraGrond Ole Show HI
\. Flott And The Opry ford County; Hospital this week
< Plus .'. The BlugraTarheelt, Alto Bluegrass Band Include: : Victoria Glennan and
Contest James S. Meriwether of Keystone 1966 CHEVELLE WAG N
Oct. 7Th Heights Mrs.. Jessie
1; Saturday, Roddy, Mrs. Mary A. Grtffls
? : Curtis Muse, Mrs. Miriam V8 Engine Auto Trans, Radio & Heater
:p.: 11 A. M. Till Midnight Johns, Ernest Bonawandt,V'Ic- Clean Little Wagon Drives Out Good
tor Lamb and Peter Johnson,
CONTINUOUS' CONCERTS Starke; Thomas L. Moore. 95.OO
"' Raiford: Mrs. Rosle Baxley, BARGAIN PRICE
: Starring Bill Monroe And The Bluegrass Boy, James Lawtey; and Mrs. Lizzie.
Monroe, Clyde Moody Curly Sockler, The Shenan- I Prescott Brooker.
daah Cut-up,'* The Bluegrass Tarheel,* Mae Wiseman, 1965 ENGLISH FORD 2 DOORNew

Ralph Stanley And The Clinch Mt. B Plus Special J. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-

811.1 MONROE Guest Stars Jim and Jette And The Virginia Boy*. LESTER FLATT wire three weeks'returned visit Friday with Mr.after and Tag & Sticker, 4 Cly. Eng. 4 Speed

Mrs. Ray Goldwire in Toma- Trans, Runs Real Good
hawk, Wls. 2& II! 00
SUNDAY, OCT. S Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Deas d
of Live Oak visited Mrs. WU-

ALL DAY CONCERT .SuncI lard ay.Pass and Mrs. L.D. Green WE HAVE A NUMBER OF NEW 1972

Starring All World Famous Dr. R.E. Dopson attended an OVER WITH DRASTIC
educational seminar at the Holiday CHEVYS LEFT
Artist From Saturday Show. Inn in Jacksonville over the
PlusS I weekend. He was one of the PRICE REDUCTIONS.
the two-day
I guest speakers at
session, where doctors were In
/' LESTER FLATT ... attendance from Florida,Georgia. See You
_1 And Alabama, North and South I


Adm.i ..Frl.. :, $3.00"Adult-Sat.: $S Adult-Sun.) $5 Adult-Children ((6 Thru 13 Year$1.00 Per Day) Wednesday Mrs. J.H.of Fields last week returned after At BALDWI

'. Special 3 Day $12 Adult At Gait. I week's visit with Mr. and
Advance Ticket On Sale'Through October 53Day Pass, $10. Adult At Cannon Battle Gas, Lawtey" fl.; Also Mrs. Robert E. Tanner In jT
At Record City Poxon Shopping Center Jacksonville, Fla. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs.Char lei.

!w ,,,1- Shows Held Under Shelter.Raln! Or Shin., Bring Lawn Chair. This Is Family Intoxicating, 'Beverages; Mrs.Fields Fields of Jacksonville Sunday. visited ,


" '.. MINUTE'OP IT. BLUEGRASS. OLD TIME COUNTRY AND BLUEGRASS GOSPEL MUSIC. THE BEST IN THE University sited the;Charles of South Hardy Florida famlljover n. ""Sooner or Later Your Favorite /


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WISH I'D SAID I Participating Volunteers Needed

T For Cancer Prevention Study "J.'**'
City Zoning.Board THAT"It's ..

: The Cancer Prevention Study in the dis.rrtmw long after
The Bradford Unit of
; .is exposed.: : Final
yielded early evdence that cigarette a person
the American Cancer Society; smoking .U a potential results of ttuVA; study. will not
will participate In a two-month health hazard. Other health hazards be available until 1976. -
May Cancer Prevention Study in
Include ab- Other north Florida counties
being studied
not money that causes October and November. .
bestos dust and type metal. included In the Cancer Prevention
so much trouble, but the mis- ThIs study Is part of a continuing This is a long-time project; Study ate Alachua, Baker
conception that a lot of it can nation-wide research because many substances that Columbia, Cllchrlst, Marion -
be had for I project that began in 19S9. St. Johns.Wideranging .
Rise Alain nothing. -Joseph In Bradford County six vo- may cause cancer do not result ,
M. Shaw Jr., Centra (Ala.) llnteer researchers will be ask e e e 1111 I'x!
-- County Herald."A ed to locate 85 people who It ,It expected that our bicentennial : e
The Starke Zoning Board and have stated their willingness agreed to take part in the Can- will& bring currently down to one member to serve. lot of men do not wantto cer Prevention Study in 1959. .ittt from 011'''over. Residents the Kissinger'lypa/ would not
following an epidemic of resignations The series of resignations make footprints in the Each of them will be asked to of ancient principalities/ will have been possible before (the
sands return a confidential questionnaire be interested in' our historic, invention of the communication
may rise from the ash- was touched off several weeks of time because they
on his health and smoking sites which ore among the satellite, the jet plane
es next Tuesday when three ago by John A. Torode, chairman do not want someone follow .
new members will be sworn of the board who resigned ing them"-Geo. B. Bowra, habits. world' newest. and the drip-dry. '/ shirt. .'. ,
into office. at the height of a ._ ..11' "
Aztec (N. Mex.) Independent- ------ ---- -- ---------- -- .
All threePat Farnsworth, controversy over rezoning a Review. .
L.M. Gaines, and Paul Cano- piece of property; for an apart.
vawere recently appointedto ment complex. His reslgna-. BHS foofkelUr," L.vy Lennon receives $100 check 'from' .;1;.
fill vacancies on the board tlon was followed by similar Somehow or other, as we get '"' "j
action from Inman D. Green, older, work seems a lot less fun, Telegraph Publisher E. L. Matthews. Lennon won the "I r'.'
who resigned because of em- and fun seems a lot more second week of the Telegraph's Football for Cash Contest. "
Free Concert ployment out of the city; and work."-Rex Goldthorpe.Cuba -\ ,

By Army BandIn S.G.Latest Denmark.resignation.came last City (Wisc.) Tri-City Press. BHS Gridder Wins Second J"' ., '

week from A.J. Thomas, Sr., i'ii

Jax, Oct. 20 who Ion because said he was ofpressureofother taking this act- taxpayer"It now will looks be as the though first the of Football Contest For CashThe .' :'- \ ( )

activities.The America's natural resources to :
Jacksonville area residentswill Thomas resignation left be completely exhausted."FredW. tie breaker had to be work, he edged out Mrs. B. G.
be provided a gift of mu- the board with only one mem- .Grown, Edgewater, (N. S,) applied to determine the win- Dyal, Ronald Thomas, and Rich- T TEIIr
sic when the Internationally famous berMrs.. Marguerite Holland -- Bergen Citizen."Practically. ner in last week's Football ard Hall, all of Starke, and
U. S. Army Field Bandof left the Council with still Contest for Cash, but young all of whom missed three games
Washington, D. C. performsin one vacancy to Oil on the everybody Levy Lennon, fastest man on but failed when the tie breaker. w
a free concert at 8 p.m. board. knows the difference between the Bradford High football team, was applied. Y F
Friday, Oct. 20, In the Civic The three new members were and but too proved to be the fastest guesser Upsets again foiled the real xd 1
Auditorium.As to have been Inducted at the regular right wrong, many" in the second week of the "pros" in the fun for cash
the official touring representative Council meeting Tuesday of us hate to make decisions. contest. contest sponsored'by area mer-
of the U. S. Army night, but the meeting was post- -John H. Black, Independent Lennon missed three games .chants. .
the Field Band has tra- poned due to the Illness of two (Thermopolis.Wyo) Record."I but won the $100 cash prize Apparently due to the $100
veled more than a million miles members. They are now sche- you're calm and collected by predicting 49 points wouldbe 'one prize, one winner this year .
since Its formation in 1946, duled to be sworn in next Tues- else is losing the high score made by any the contest has taken on a
including concert tours of Ca- day.After when everyone of the participating teams. Oklahoma lot of new entrants. The women
nada, Mexico, the United KIng- reorganization, the his! head maybe you just don't beat Clemson 52-0. seem to be running a close .,
dom, Europe, the Far East board will tackle the complexand understand the situation."-O. Lennon, son of Rev. and Mrs. guessing game with the men. 1 f .'tlrt\,. '
and Central America. pressing problem of mo- W. Ford, Princeton (Minn.) Levy LeMon of Starke, Is on So, man, woman, or child, ;: ::
Also appearing with the band dernizing Starke's zoning ordinances Union. the sidelines for several weeks why not turn to the back page, '.' ,'1 ,
la the 25-man:$ Soldiers' Chorus in regard to the location with a severely sprained ankle. first section, and try your luck ,bl UW" .,
sometimes ;
a select group of highly- of mobile homes In the "Facing realities But putting his football savvy toLIST ,this week. .." .
trained vocalists with a repertoire city.!; Is painful. However, to face i4Ji: ry
of patriotic medleys, --------------- facts, and move to solve problems dint iJ' ;> '

Broadway show tunes, spirituals ASKED IF he expects a and meet needs produces fiRM JUST THE WINNERS HERE Tell Her She's A Darling. Tb'y ;b :
and operatic selections. winning semester, tho Latin progress." J. A. Williams"" ,
Tickets for the performancewill professor borrows (Picas Do.Hot U.o Morkr)
a phrase Jr., Wytheville, (Va.) Enter
be available free of chargeat from the old coach and says prise. Baldwin Chev. .(..-Ct; Ir A . . ;-

several. locations to be announced a he time.just plays it one lecture at "No matter how cars are Car.1 HiirstCooper's . :' i'A: ttl ..t" ; You Love Her .. '10" :

The concert is being spon- built and equipped," said Old Nurtery .! .1 f .-: )91ng J

sored by the city's!; Departmentof Public Affairs Ills wife says Spiro Agnew Sorehead, "they will never be Cash & Carry Tires : ''''. .:;:: r: '

Recreation, and the Information and Ser-- enjoys taking the high road In safe as long" as they are drivenby Eagle . . Yl4:1( ( ) : : :' 1 And Why Doesn't She Put More Money Into Your Savings'Account At 1
thus campaign. No signs of people. Olin Miller. Dun- .1.'Jtfliff.J.
vices Division. nosebleed duo to the change In cannon (Penna.) Record. First Federal . Y.A. I

altitude. I Florida Bank .. d; = (: .<'. FIRST
t. WSas.,) :c.m=t iIj1&.....", *' lllm 1 In. 51
& Florida Pest . . ,. . ,; ,
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Jackson Builders .i'l'.C.J.e. ,.., .. OIJO

1 Enjoy the Wonderful World of Bassett Now! Lake Geneva Mobil. Homes ;:r..l( l'l.M .. Seriously, A Growing Savings Account Giy .

Manning Hardware . ./c.l""lAl..t Z J=. You Both Security And Peace Of Mind.!

YOUR CHOICE of Dining Rooms.. New Method . ... .:. t...d X

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3 Styles i-#<. :fJ .\ oot.ry . ./ :- J. ':t fa: (.'i. _: . Savings Certificates ,"Certificates

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In Case of. a tie the one guessing the closer to the matt Mon thru Th.... ? u n. fa 3 p.m.
by:JEJa..8..C,.. .
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most points scored by any ono tam writ this numberIn I'/ldor.....d w'I. pr. I
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i Volunteers

I ,, Y; : Needed For Central' Heating And Air Conditioning

New Crisis

I tY fl Center HereOver Completely Installed!

20 volunteers are need- "
CELLINIby ed to man telephones on a 24-
hour basis for an arm of Gaines .
:Ba.CC ,
ville's new Suicide and Crisis
1 u.. CUL'N'' 4,,..'......I., I1NUn, Yr'I..141wW. .,, Intervention Service now being
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Your Choice $429.95 source about any crisis that
may arise,' according: to Judy
Each Suite Includes' Hoffman, director of the central
office in Gainesville. The Suicide -
i Lighted China Oval Extension Tabl.)

I 1 Arm Chair 3 Sid Chairs Service and Is Crisis one program Intervention of the 80,000 BTU Carrier Furnano re
new federally funded Regional > Seven Air Supply Ducts
Mental Health Program In which
10 regional counties are parti' .> Ont Return

rently clpatlng.contributes Bradford'60 County cents per cu- .> All Labor And Materials $1

= 14,000 capita, population which on the amounts basis of to 0> 2 1/2/ 'Tons 30,000 BTU ''

rr $8,400 per year. Air Conditioning :

The Bradford and Union: crisis Complttaly I I I Installed t'
centers will be housed in the
Gainesville office. Mrs. Hot-. (Except Electrical Work)

man says. Volunteers are .
needed for the free 24-hour .'fur nance
COVC haven mental helth service .
,,lea rnl' emergency : I
opening to serve Union and Centrally' ;
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"ITS A FACT YOU CAN :"'-.=== :WAIT' .=Mm COWS' wIY NAvIDO to help others. All volunteers ,
Ito v. ._ 'w-11th""M awn__- will be trained at no Furnances
BETTER AT" -.... .-..Inn -- w- Available
expanse to them. .
Workers would be on duty; t't '
R to six house week.
three per
U Interested, volunteers are Central Heating Only As Listed Above $695.00
asked to phone tool free 431-' -

Denmark 1005, the direct line to Gaines.
Oaf BITTt1 j>] Furniture Co. Of Starke yule, from 9 ajn. to S PJn.
any week day and ask for Jean ''
Felngold. We .
ServK Alt Makes
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to answer calls in case of
crises. Volunteers can be students AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT 94-7701

. ministers, housewives, .
I V WCAU. U.Paarcx PItON..SI27 .. PPtomoaw or any occupation but must be COMMERCIAL 1 RESIDENTIAL .
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New CB Radio W. T. Jftekoon, Ine Guardsmen GetIIgher 'Bradford'Scllools

Workshop Set Shop To Open Office Entered, PayLocal Join In Serving

By Local NSCThe By Oct15 Cash Stolen .G yw National Guard members 'Universal Menu'

A safe in the office of W. T. t (Co D. 53d Spt Bn) were
Bradford! County Neighborhood William L. (Bill) DowJJ,., Jackson Inc. at 213 N. CherrySt. paid $34.603.72 during the Bradford County schools will
Service .Center announces who moved with his family her was pried open Tuesday; months of June, July and August participate with other schools
that an upholstery from Miami 4 1/2 month ago. night and $309.72 in cash stolen for attending National throughout the nation In obser
will open BUl's C.B. Radio & to the starke Guard armory training assemblies -
workshop, under the direction of according Week National School Lunch
Roberta Hall, Mary Harrison Eiyilpment Sales and Service Police Department. one week-end per month. Oct. 8-14, by servinga
and Imftene Ritenbergh Home at 321 N. Temple Ave. on or Entry' to the ,building was The pay is bued ,on each "universal menu" on Wednesday -
Extension workers from the before October 15. attained through" a metal dooron man's grade and years of ser Oct. U.
University of Florida will be Mr. Dowllng U the son of the the north' side, which had vice. For example a Private Theme of the week Is "You
held from 10 ajn. to 9 p.m. late Jeff Dowllng of Lawtey' apparently been pried open with with over four months now Are What You Eat" and the
on Tuesday and Wednesday Herriet Faulkner and Mrs Beatrice Cowling,who a large bar. earns $42.76 per month wherehe menu that will be served is
Oct. 10-Dot. the RJE audi lives in Hollywood, Fla. He Also stolen was an undeter- used to be paid $19.16. With one that Is popular with students -
torium in Stark*.' .. DCT Club was employed in constructionwork mined amount of money comprising each promotion or Increase Ingrade of all ages, and also meats
Anyone interested. in learning in Miami until disabledby a coin collection, and and two years of service one-third of the minimum daily
how to uphollterfurnltllll'8 is an Injury on the Job, which two keys to a drink box. he recleves an additionalpay requirements for nutrients. It
Invited to attend and may bring ElectsOfficers forced him. to enter another Police officers Mervin Jack raise. consists of spaghetti with meat
the piece of furniture they wish field of work. He decided to son and Denton OeVoe who ITV High school seniors and other sauce, tossed green salad but-
to learn to upholster. move his family back to this made ,the investigation, were ITVre young men can Join the local tered French bread, peaches
area, where he still has relatives unable to obtain fingerprints .unit now though they have their peanut butter cookie, and milk.
being a nephew of Mrs. as the person or persons entering quota of personnel. Until further During the school year, 1971-
Bradford High's Diversified Alice Cason of Ralford. notice the unit exceed
'the building apparentlywore can 72, Bradford County school cafeterias -
Post Cooperative Training Club had Mr. Dowllng purchased property aloves.WISH. its Initial authorized straight. served an average of
Office, It's first meeting Thursday to on Highway 100 S., at "We don't know how longwe 25,304 student meals per month.
To Be elect club officers. the south end of GriMe Loop, I'D SAID ..I Ronnie Herper '(right) and Douglas Nettles (I left) die can exceed the usual autho- Team work involving the entire -
OpenColumbus The officers are: where he resides with his wife play the five; and a half foo't rattle snake they killed rized strength for this unit but school staff was requiredin
PresidentGreg Douglas and four children. near while the opportunity Is here we
order for this school food
DayTo .. THAT Orange Lake Tuesday.
urge qualified prior service service program] to be as effective -
Vice President- Ken Fuqua 4-H HORSE CLUB The two work for Cloy Electric and were Inspectingpower men and others to enlist," as it is. t
meet the needs of the stated 'CPT James R. Reddish,
Junior. TO MEET OCT. 5 pole. when they found the snake crawling 'In frontof The schools are welcoming
munity Postmaster> T.C. Hazen unit commander.
Secretary treasurerDiane The Bradford the opportunity to use school
has announced the!;Post Office Jackson senior. Horse Club County 4-H the truck they wore In about 2 p.m. that afternoon food services, and are incor-
window will be open from 8:30: -3gt. at Arms-Dwayne Hardee wlllmeetThursday be 'They killed the snake with an ax handle. t porating nutrition education
Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. in the agriculture "Successful living must In
a.m. to 12:30 on Monday, Oct. spite of all the evidence
Junior. to their curricula as a reInforcement -
building lot of activities on''a constant enlarge
based that
9, Columbus day. a 15-foot truck cant. be
Reporter- June Jarvis Junior. The at the nest desk in helping children
are planned for the coming ment' of all kinds of knowfr man The true Olympic Ideal Is to driven under
Mall will be delivered to box- a 14-foot bridge
Chaplain-, DonnIe Burch, sen- is Has form good habits that
holders usual."' year, and new members will ledre-C. Dale Noah Brookline determinedly apolitical. find; at least one pore at which the Indomitable human dietary
u spirit
not mad at DDT. will benefit them throughout
be welcome to Join the club. nation can uc 'l.
every continue to .
There will be no delivery on Junior Harriet Faulkner, (Penna.) Journal .1: trv. their lifetime
rural or city routes this holiday. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.HarryP. :
Mall will be collected and Faulkner of Starke, was
dispatched as usual except that chosen for the 1972-73 Home- '
It will be dispatched: at 4:30 coming: Sweetheart. /F./ .. '" .t,fJ.; A. (b.
p.m. Instead of 5:30.: Harriet is 16 years old and a SECOND PRIMARY .j1/A.? fJ / / ;;' ,
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All mailers are urged to deposit h ..
first year DCT student at BUS. c.'./ "'F .... O
their mail hour earlier t.f.9" /E., : .y of1
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to meet this deadline. White 1 ; ."Y .. bH
Star street boxes will be col- Bradford --. & toy (? :Y -.u;; & '..fJ
Roping / / ?/
lected at 3:30.: There will be Club Sets Show .PRECINCT NAME & POLLINPRECINCT Q. PLACE,: : :f4$ .t, 4)'i.i@ At '.&< & AI fJ 9'.4 ?- .& #
no collections from boxes located CI .
in residential .sections After ScrambleThe /: flj, 'tJ L'c; q$ 4,4?. i2.c9.. _:t Jtoy4f ..(j # vcf ,
persons depositing mall should "

use street either boxes the marked P.O. drops with or a NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 ,7 8 9 10 1i 12 113A 13B 14 15A 15B TOTAL Absen- TOTAL

white star.Grand. Bradford Roping Club --- .. ., .,. -- -. .. ..-. ees
will have a horse show after '
the Calf Scramble on Saturday REPRESENTATIVE, 25th HOUSE DIST. : 'I I IRU1

Oct. 14. ?Oc 'Ai... A, 7"7 e; oR 1?'" 1'\4:\ 11? 10'I:\ I 111 16 152 84 2t,11.1)\4! ) :\ "..2. 1,586,

Stars Presented will An be over-all presented high to point each trophy age Frank Williams 220 :' 174 1715 1"i0 'Ul1 I no 1"i82Q:\ 2&1 1\0:\ 177 161- *-2.3.3. _..5:1.: _14. ...29.1te.1 ..915 147 3.122

group with a belt buckle given SHERIFF BRADFORD COUNTY: ,
Here This Wee ken d I to the second place winner in Thomas A. Crawford 206 .95 J5; 1"i2 2 1 08 .J,3 J,7 2 1801 96' 1'51' 1c4 16 O 99 .J.Q2. _42 21266 __ .13. 2.339PQ1ph

each Events group.will include the Clo- E. Reddish 14 107 1m 01 21"i $1! JQ2 })Afl ?!4 i? 171 .,132 .J.3t.! .100 __39 ._ 96 81 33 2,409 130 2.535

Billed as the biggest show of verleaf, Basketweave Pole SUl' OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION :
Its type ever presented in this Bending, and if time permits, .Thomas L. Casey 1'\0:\ 10 1 1 ?1 1 ??4 ? 7 101' 14? 1 1 1 1 144 7 76 76 25 ,.,..,I: 114 2i390.
than 50 professional -
area more the Texas Barrelweave. En-
Jim Ten: le ':In.:; 10h 1R 10':; ??1 11 e; hn ?,7 ??n i 15.G .l16
performers will appear at try fee will be $1 for one and 125 ? f-.J.O.4 ..199 ,32 .W .. .99 2..355 9Q, 2..445
the Blue Grass Country Music all games. JUSTICE, SUPRA COURT Group 3: i ,
Park near Lawte)r, ln a .three-' Rivers Buford Jr. ?n'l: 1nR 1L.r. 0' A1 11:; 2 2271 I 1401 140 100 177 '16 112 04 '17 2,240 102 2,351'
day "Spectacular"Oct.. 6, 7,
8. David L. McCain ''::1':1': AA A7cn 1':1A: 7n "h186 131l_ f t,119} .7k 12ik 25 62 56 19 1,604'' 68 1,672JUDGE.DIST.


Headlining the 't Mr-star lineup HOMECOMING' yrie A. BqY.er 2681 126 141 120 230 '106! 181 218 246. 1311 110 134 191 35 112 100 39 2,620 81 2.101

of Blue Is Bill Grass Monroeoriginator Music, from the The first Baptist Church of Donaicr-K- iI 80 7"i 67 "i8 1 0 40; 58 110 112 94 78 51 103 '1":25 56 55 18 l.1 9.-Tl. 1-.1281

Grand Ole Opry. Also featuredwill Graham will hold its annual JUDGE, 8th CIRCUIT, GROUP : r,:
be Mac Wiseman, selected Homecoming on, Sunday Oct. A. Z. "And Adkins Jr. 224' Q108:\ 60 167 87. Q4 1'5'5 177. 17127; \ 70 121 29 91 '60 29 1.7"i8 64. 1.822
as "entertainer of 0eyear"Lester 8,.,,with dinner on the grounds. Theron A. Yawn. Jr.' 206 .1Q51 i I 2,9146 l ':\:OQ 2"E
Flatt'' and'the Nashville "?Everyone, welcome.' ., ..' ... .
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others.1 Carl Hurst ;o r 78 10':1: A7 ?ori; O?, p;; 100 '?07 111. 1'\:\ 04 141 81 1m7: 1.Q80 8.92Elzie ,

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IN BRIEF Slow-Growing Shade Trees Can Be Speeded With Care"We Hampton Area News

BY LINDA G. rox: would! like to plant alive incorporated Into the ,soil can rider are probably the most of young trees as much as 50 .!)y&velynV. Powell
oak or southern magnolia, greatly Improve the physicaland Important. Do not disturb the per cent. This severe reduc-
but can't wait that and reduce competition tion means the tree gets less
we long
chemical soil properties. root system
Tickets sale
Fire Depart- THIS
the following Items: Spyder for ihade". This Is a too-fa Next, consider the nutrient to the tree.Even though water and nutrients and growthIs The Hampton to John
Brooker Baptist multi- met at greetings
Ladies Auxiliary Birthday
miliar phrase often heard from supply in the soil. If the soil trees have a few very deep restricted. Mulching a bare ment '
Barbie doll
25C: talking
pie age choir presented an Inspirational bike ; 8 in the Hampton FireHouse Holllfleld Don ,Hill, and Bob ;,
around the tree Is again p.m.
IOC a 10-speed revolving base, homeowners who want to planta Is naturally infertile (and most roots, most of the root system area "
message "Gospel ; President Lee Phillips Jackson./
shade tree but are in too ) is fairly shallow..Any digging very beneficial I
Florida soils
Folk mixer with two stainless steel are ; you might Bruno entertained
Style" under the direction the of the Tracy
Maximum Is the explained purpose
big that growth result -
a hurry. hoeing damages
of Lavern Outlaw bowls 50C; a gas grill $1. Incorporate a complete fertilizer or slumber party at .
Sunday ; at
evening and welcomed three friends a \
of how well meet auxiliary
The truth Is, with of the tree can slow you help
19 Inch Sll- proper into the planting site. the roots
Oct. L Approximately 225 a football ; a members. her home last Friday night.
And the optimum growing conditionsof new >
vertone black and white port- care, trees that were once con- If the site Is poorly drained, Its growth considerable. Elementary
people attended. The Hampton
Some members suggested
able TV, $1.00. So buy your sidered to be very slow growers fill dirt may be added to pro- finally keep grass away from the tree. If you follow these of S&H School Carnival will be held
need not take so long to planted tree as long guidelines that "slowgrowing" getting donations I
costumes vide a layer of well-drained soil the newly
CARNIVAL tickets get rea- details
SET your Pll have more -
to coffee pot October 28. \
stamps get a
reach desirable size. Superior Research has shade tree may grownas
for t possible. .
deep enough goodrao as
FOR OCT. 28th dy and vote for your choice of : for the and several books for you next week.
shade and ornamental species If the soil Is shown that competition of fast as the so-called "fastgrowers" group
growth. drysand .
The Brooker Elementary PT A candidates running for Prince very were promised. Anyone wishingto With Christmas,coming on, ;
like live oak, white oak, reduce root growth .
soil amendments can
Queen and Let'smake sandy grasses
will sponsor a Halloween Carnival Princess King. black donate a book of stamps may I've been putting in some extra .,
olive magnolia, dogwood
Oct. A this carnival the biggestand can be used to Increase wa- the Post Office and
on Saturday. 28. contact any Auxiliary) member. hours at
and others should not be passed Mulches ----I-__
ter-holding capacity.
committee chairmen meeting, best yetPATROL up just because they are labeled They need a few more.A haven't had time to see any ;
be used to reduce water
will be held Oct. 10 at 7:30 at can I You mall new
special meeting will .be of you. can your t
as "slow growers".
TO PARADE loss after the tree Is planted. -
the school. There held October 16at, Die Hampton to me at P. O. Box 260 Hampton
several that '
are things
The carnival will begin with The Safety Patrol at the can be done to speed up slow Urge Use 01'Safety GlassA Fire House' to distribute Fla. or call me during I)
a costume parade from the Brooker Elementary School will Consider the spot where you tickets for a Thanksgiving turkey the morning at 064-7438.Leave :
Farmers Market to the school. take part in the Bradford High growers.First, consider soil condi will plant the tree. Most trees sharp increase In injuries to people who walk or fall Into drawing. Mrs. Susie Lott it at the Hampton GeneraiStore ,

Prizes will be awarded for best School Homecoming Parade in tions. If the soil where the make maximum growth when glass doors. panels and tub enclosures is reported' by the U. S. ,was appointed chairman for the. or call Mrs! Evelyn Vaughan at" .:
costumes. Starke on October 13 at 1 p.m. tree will be planted Is poorly planted in full sun areas.tree Don'tplant in Public Health Service which estimates/ that such injuries have ticket committee. 468-1152 mornings or after 6 .:

A chicken pilau supper will drained compacted. Infertile a slow-growing reached a level of 100,000 a'year. One-thin) are among youngsters The group enjoyed coffee and p.m. '

be served In the school cafeteria A-- PERSONALS Congratulations to Mr. and etc., take the time to modify dense quickly.shade and Use expect mulches it a-to 5 to 14 years old. The PHS Is urging States and cities to cookies after adjournment. ,'1
at 5
dults: beginning$1.25. Children 75C.P.m. Mrs. Russell Thornton of Starkeon it to better suit the trees re- grow round the tree to reduce soil require use of safety glass in doors and panels in new homes t-ii GROUP FORMED arNnre e\4. I

the birth of a son, Russell quirements. Many soil amend- temperatures especially If and commercial buildings, I
County Extension:: \gcnt\ hobby l
for all ments and when
Entertainment ages are available c
H Russell A mulchcan
Oliver on Sept. 26. planted in full sun
during the evening will Include For glaHS areas in your'own house the PHS recommends Taylor met wltli 35IWen i
weighed 3 Ibs., 13 oz. He hasa Insulate the tree roots and Mon- ,
such things as: Pony and trac- year old brother Christopher. BAYER!:: LIST: Mrs. Harry reduce soil temperature by 15- safety bars to reduce the size of glass! area and use of decals or at the Hampton City hall
tor rides. Novelty Shop, Coun- Maternal grandparents are Mr. Manning Amanda Lewis Mary 20 degrees thus making more stickers! at eye level for both children and adults to make it day afternoon. The group wel- 1 1I

try Store Bean Bag Toss Spook and Mrs. Paul Prescott of Green Ernest Edwards Mrs. favorable environment for root, obvious the glass is there. Many Injuries occur when people comed several The new neat memberqthis meeting", I
House Fish Pond and other Orea Prescott, Morris Pyal jear. :
Brooker.Mr. growth. assume a Klaus door is open. It
not determined.
At 8:30 the date was
Coronation added attractions.of the Princess. Fred McOavld. The last two points to con- will be announced later. Boy Snrioge; Ilm"IH f

will and Mrs. Bob Baker
Prince. Queen and King
Sheila Sharon
and from Salt
take place. The winners will Lake City Utah visited Mrs. ,V h ffl. S i t 11f11 ilhil ski /ftej ; ''ffwm&i{ ff irtiw .! ff l 1 f+1 l lei 11r iFnit 1 fflgl !ti err !1l lit) r, i fk It i
be the ones with the most pen- Baker's mother Mrs. Lottie 1111. "sllM E rr,qn/1tnr'/ { 'Otl s.dYd ''
ny Prizes votes. will be given away Edwards, from Thursday to 1 ,4iw j ep

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Glass Company' Men's 100% Boys', Striped'!'
Kenuty AadcomyPOWELL'S r+ Ladies' Vinyl
Men's Cotton Pants ( U, Girls' Jackets is kith
"Glenn. Per F.vrry Purpose"St \::. -1, Money Belts ; Clutch Bags A
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@ Reinforcedleg 'I .. Two clasped ,
keys and ore pockets.Assorted. 1.\\<> .. Sues 4 Iff 14.
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Form JiIIiiIi! IJ Ladies'
Repairing< ltswinding inJuetriali'ractore i 'j.> Dress Pants B Boys. 'RaincoatsWith t ,4:; .. J Bras Ladies' Waltz Girls' Flare Leg

New *$rt Used Hydraulic. Hone", ', rr. Choice solid, Hood t..' .r,! l Length Gowns :,;. SlacksMen's
rah plaids, chocks Not'lly. Adv. ot 1
.:tll'N.W.( (rh'M.- Ph. 372-W1S nnJ Fitting *"f> 0'J: ; Printed 100'; cotton.
stripes \\IIrll, hood. 51.39.Bod/ .100' ncot'i''',.
Role all Sixes i Sues" 29 to 19.' Deluxe heavyweightvinyl '\ shaping bras in Sou.lcir.Lace! r packets.. Zipparfront.
MOVERS I I' I Sues 4 to 6X.
!Steam Cl.lnetI'hcmioaU sv"' MpIER ... with, welded f five, different/ 1. "Ir [
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popular 3eyelets.Greet. sk/d soles. Cushion
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the undersigned pursuant to to be held on Tuesday, October NOTICE-C.A.T.V. {
to be held on Tuesday October ,S 105', W 105 to POB Sect 35-: TO CO-ADMINISTRATORS ALL Chapter 864.09, Florida Statues 31 at 7:30: PM In the The City of Keystone Heights
NOTICE NOTICE 31 at 7:30: PM In the County 522E. CONCERN WHOM IT MAY will register with the County Commission room at< Is accepting bids on installa-

Paul V. Lock has made Application Mark and Vernon Olln Cla- Commission room at the Brad Name In which assessed: Notice : Clerk of the Circuit Court in the Bradford County Court tion and operation of CableT.
to the Bradford County rance Cooper and David Gunter ford County Court House at Thomas House Movers. have Is hereby given that and for Bradford County, Fla. House at which time all per- V. Bids will be opened at
all Inter All said property beingIn we filed our final report of GRACE'S Interested shall be heard City; Council meeting at 7:30on
Zoning Board for reclasslHcation and DeVoe Gunter'have madeCtzg which time persons of of Co the fictitious name Ions
of the property des the Bradford ested shall be heard for or the County of Bradford, State of Administrators of the Estate CERAMICS under which we for or against the proposal, Oct. 10, 1972 in City Hall..
crlbed below from RI-B to BA Board for reclasslflcatlon against the proposal, as specified of Florida. Lonzo that R. Starling, deceased are engaged In business at as specified In the Zoning Code 3t 10/12

Com 274 Eaat of SW' Corner of the property In the Zoning Code of Unless. such certificate or application; we have filed our Route 2, Box 103-A, Starke of Bradford County.

of SWl/4. N 2t7'lor'POB. described below. from RI-A to Bradford County. certificates shall be redeemed and that for final discharge Fla. 32091. John Torode, ChairmanBradford
Nly 191' E 280' to Highway Rl-C. John Torode, Chairman according to law the property Honorable we will apply to the Grace Faulkner Rt. 2 Box County Zoning IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S

301 Sly on Hwy 289, W 167' That part of El/2 of NW14of Bradford County Zoning described in such certificate County Theron A. Yawn, 103-A, Starke. Fla. and Grace Board. COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY -
Judge County
to 'B all In Section 26,Town- SE1/4 Lying South Of Co. Board or certificates will be soldto ; Florida; of Bradford Fullwood, 1015 Southgate Drive 10/5 2tp 10/12 FLORIDA IN PROBATE;
Oct. 27 1972
hip 5 South Rang 22 East Or. Rd Ex OR Bk 86 pan 262 10/5 2t 1012NOTICE the highest bidder at the for approval on of the and Starke, Fla. 32091.Sole owners. NO. M981
This change/ In classification and that part of Wl/2 of NW1/t court house door on the first for final same as'Co- Dated this 26th day of Sep NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN REEatawofCLARAL: T-
U subject to a public hearingto of SE1/4 lying SE of St. Rd Monday in Month of November discharge tember, 1972 at Starke Brad REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME TERMAN, Deceased.
be held! on Tuesday,' Oct-. S-100-A a dNE of Co. Gr. OF APPLICATION 1972, which Is the 6th day Lonzo R. of the Estate of ford County; Florida. Notice is hereby given that NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
ober 31 at 7:30 PM In the.County Rd and Beg 717.93, N of SW FOR TAX DEED of November 1972. Starling, deceased. 10/5 4tp 10/26 the undersigned, pursuant to creditors of the Estate
Commission room at the Cor of El/2 Of NW1/4 of SE1/4'!, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Dated this 25th day of Sep RUTH Chapter 865.09, Florida Sta- of CLARA LATTERMAN, deceased -

Bradford County Court Houseat N 310.72' to S R/W of SH that JAMES PAUL THORNTONthe tember, 1972.GUbert MARKLEE STARLINGCoAdministrators tues, will register with the are hereby notified and
which time all persons interested S 100-A Nely on S R/W 83' holder of the following S. Brown, Clerk of NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit Court in required to file any claims

shall be heard for S 41 dear E 238.95', Swly 281.621 certificates has filed said cer- Bys: / Beulah M. Moody the Estate of Lonzo R. James Robinson has made and for Bradford County Flo- or demands which they may
or against the proposal, as to POB and Par,, Desc In OR tificates for a tax deed to be Clerk of Circuit Court of Application to the Bradford rida, the fictitious name of have against said Estate In the
specified In the Zoning Codeof 76-131 and Beg 65' W of Co. Issued thereon. The certificate Bradford County; Florida GEORGE Starling H. PIERCE deceased County Zoning Board for re- 301 Tavern, under which we are Office of the County; Judge of
Bradford County.; Gr. Rd and E Line of NWI/4 numbers and years of Issuance, 10/5 4t 10/26 for CoAdministrators classification of the property engaged in business at 3 miles Bradford County; Florida in

John Torode, Chairman of SE1/4, Run N 357', W 300', the description of the property; Attorney P. O. Drawer Starke- below from RI-C to South of Starke, Highway 301, the Court House at Starke, Flo-
Bradford County Zoning S 175', Sely 300' to POB in and the names In which It was IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S Florida, 32091 1030 described Starke, Fla. 32091. rida, within six (6) calendar

Board El/2 of NW1/4 of SE1/4 Con.. assessed are as follows: COURT OF BRADFORD 10/5 4t 10/26 BA.Lots 1 I. 2 and 3 of Block Julian Glisson, P. O. Box months from the date of the

10/5 4t 10/12, lathing 27-A M/L lying and being Certificate No. 41. Year of COUNTY FLORIDA.In .' .. 5 of Santa Fe Shores S/D Section 954, Starke Fla. 32091 and first publication of this notice.
""------------ In Section 30, Township 6 Issuance 1970.Description. re: Estate of LONZO .R. 1 I, Township 9 South, Range VIrgle Slade, P. O. Box 159, Each claim or demand must
TILLY ISN'T sure what a South, Range 22 East. of Property; : STARLING Deceased N6TICE OF INTENTION TO 22 East. Hampton, Fla. 32044; sole own- be in writing and must state
Watergate caper" Is, but This change In classification Beg at SW Cor of Lot 5 In NOTICE OF FILING PETITION REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME This change In classification the place of residence and post

thinks she enjoyed some in a la subject to a public hearing Peetaville Run N 105', E 105'. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF Notice is hereby given that is subject to a public hearing ers.Dated this 25th day of Sep office address of the claimant
salad one time. tember, 1972 at Starke, Brad and must be sworn to by

-. .. V--- .---. ......."""-= rr"'" -:. ..... """""- .<"fttrn."T,.c5.....v -:s-T"vI I ford County, Florida. the claimant his agent or his
1 11 i11 ?l;t rIth/ ?'1'RSt ,y ';{t. t j113s ii I,. .g grill l ss { ;; ( n IfN' ?Ii .,4, k AM tSls4,1{ ; +.i l1 syhl+':; r.;' jllb Id 5 rlfYi( i i ss iJll+J7lit't4t1 ;. F{ 10/5 4tp 10/26 attorney or It will become
iyt{ 1? ? 11Sir.} { dlriil i t4'. Ilt: Iift.l'! )hl..Ill 4ftN 11.11,w. void according to law.
+h. N1{{IM' 4 Nfl d1 { { L. 7.lths oflA!{ 11ulII; I i Ilfi rl,. sA pll Aye
!NOTICE Administratrix c.t.a.

K. C, Thompson has made of the t:state of CLARALA'l'TEIIMAN
Application to the Bradford DC- '}
County Zoning Board for reclassification ceased.sEUCUNU ..
/ h hIr {t of the property / I'. SIIAW -
described below from EA to Sll .\\V AND ROPE LOUSOS

P. O. Box 1086
BA.Beg at Int. of Ely R/W of Starke, Florida 32091 t

St. Road 200 and Ely Bdrj Attorneys for Admlnisti'atrix II
of SEI/4 of !NE1/4 East 280.5', I IHST! PUBLICATION: September J
!My 449'% \My 70', Swly 331', 21, 1972. *>
W 242', Sly on Road 117.5 to 9/21 4t 1012IN 1
POB Except H/W all In Sec-

tion 16, Iwp. 6 S. Rge 22
-- A'0stls East. 'HIU:: CIRCUIT COURT' Ol' .
l This change in classification rLORIUA, riCIITII( JUDICIAL' >*
is subject to a public hear CIRCUIT, IN ANDPOIt UII\I)..

Twin Size ing to be held on Tuesday< OKU COUNTY' CIVIL ACT-
October 31 at 7:30: PM in !the ION. CASK!:: NO. 1286

w-7 Quaker State + Glass Bubble RockinghamCeramic CottonSylvama y = '+ County; Commission room at IN Rt:: The Marriage of ERIC
... ..
... FLOYD KAl'l.AN Husband, and
.. the Bradford County CourtHouse
LightBulbs' .. Fitted Sheets
.. 1AKE
Motor OilwSpout Bottle i at which time all per LINDA JANE NOKU:: KAPLAN,
i : ,oS""a Mugs /' t r 100': Cotton : sons Interested shall be heard
25-40-60-75- y PI'y'i} '. e Assorted colon ( ... l Elostic on lourcorners '!t for or against the proposal, as OF SUITTO
STAT Free pouring' '}} + e Attractive addition To p quality mugs. y specified in the Zoning Code ; Linda Jane Nore Kaplan,
100 Insido
spout watt s, h ( Cozy warm brown w White, only .yy Ashmore Road, Worcester,
r t to any room ? of Bradford County. 56
Super /frost of 1, ;
oro oil: 1 Ot. t Pkg t bC light brown drip edge Limit, \ ,'ter., John Torode, Chairman Massachusetts 01602.

blend.SAVI19. SAVE 197 SAVE 1ST ._ SAVE 347 SAY 317 jOw Bradford County Zoning You are hereby notified thata

% 'iiisr.lr1.21 Board petition for dissolution of
I I Our D..un. P..u 0" On..unr, Pat. I I \ 10/5 2tp 1012STATEMENT marriage has been filed against
Dhew., h .. 0" Due..n, Pnq. 'tilt ov, Dl.q.n, aiq wn.1-FlJp w".Jr ,.,<< __ you and you are required to
w.. 1.11 of
OWNERSHIP serve a copy your answeror
cr OF pleading to the petition on

(-; I I'e' _'''' MANAGEMENT & the petitioner's attorney, HENRY -

8-Pc. Mix & Store Q::!: h"_,,..,. ,. Mattress CIRCULATIONAct J.. GRAY JR., 211 N. E.
Eagle Brake Plastic .. ... ( of August 12, 1970; Sec First Street. ilost Office Drawer
+ Bowl Sets yg,) Decorative TileTrivets -..--...-...." CoversTwin tion 3885, 'lUe 39;United Mates "0," Gainesville, Florida

Fluid I I Qt.,20i. r HousewareAssortment I''IiS .... Code) 32601, and file original answer -
or "HSaiber 1972
,i 5.
EA LE 3 Qt rr Date of filing: In the office
Qt.,4 or pleading
Full Sue.Vinyl.
Formulated for all '' e .. Y.t/y/ Title of Publication: Bradford
W 'cava'. "'" useful/ """ """" I Ia >' of the Clerk -of the Circuit
hydraulic brakes it-Jf Fm mrsmp, ;?',y .: rr .! C 10 tans!.! r A .+ Troy / jorprosatung I / j Frequency of:'Issue: weekly If '
d Salminq ebb Ib.s, Allergy Free .y t 'day of October, "1972. you"fail
wirhallo ofl'
rove known office
PP .
\ a Easy I. .I i (B,) Ono ,. ,ssorted designs' I .0.. Dust Tight, ; Location of to do so, judgment by default -
b W.
12afal OII .. clean + Bushel t J publica : will be taken against you
"tr'r ** 24% to 26%;: Bradford County Florida -
SAVI22% Laundry s Starke. for the relief demanded in the
Basks/ 32091. Location of the

0" {Gt 11 qL 0" 0... on1nt.. IllSAVI. W'Vm= yA/r i headquarters oT"the: general petition.Done and ordered at Starke,

III..,,", Pr/,<. I I { ) / Dnhpon. w..2-Y.3r{ ipy'1 J JI business offices of the publisher 1.'lorlda. this 15th day of Sep
I 1+ !" Avocado, w : 135 W. Call St., Starke. tember, 1972.
Gold orWhite :: Bradford County; Florida 32091. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk

Box of 10 Eagle D.) {D.)12) 20 F Indoor, ..., ". Pk g. of f 2 Printed t d ; Names, editor and address and managing of publisher Circuit liy: I Beulah Court M. Moody

1 Qt',Route 55 Clean-Up Bags Wa,,, .FJ. .!" Pillow Cases editor: Deputy Clerk
h I ;' y Publisher E.L. Matthews,
VT.F. Fluid 'ill Roundf' PEltenslon Cords .;i' : CHANDLLR./ O'NEAL AVERA,
JO Gal. '.'r j+ P.O. Drawer A, Starke Fla. GRAY LANG & STRIPLING
Fits to : s Lady Eagle
100 I % Virgin Crude. m 11 Con.up Tough. 1 ) 1 A U L Approved, a r:sf' :.,;,'... 42" X 36" Editor: B.C. Ferguson P.O. By. Henry L. Gray, Jr.

For, automatic' :-'plall'c:; ours Haavy duty ...Jt.. '. All cotton. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. Attorneys for Petitioner
Kotoa; for
'UTDInATIC"UMJMIS transmissions' .J 4 .10 Bags'I Poll. I750W10A175V ..' '). >, ';'" Assorted' Post Office Drawer 0
.FarPawarS.aa"n9. ,.;' in each with ".b Colorful Gainesville Florida 32601
FLUID, .1 Qt. .:'.::::.'::;. ... Bot. Sous rms. Owner: Bradford Co. Telegraph 9/21 4t (10/12
'- '" "q' SAV 20% I ... m 147 {C,) SAVI 21% :' .;" : .; ; Inc. P.O. Drawer A,
SAVE Si7.Ow "
rlrr@! '' SAVI up to o : Starke Fla.Known .
L.w. L.\-/kl" bondholders, mortga IN THE COURT OF THE
DIUwM ,.....,. O"' .1II. 0q.un+ Prit O".D....".' P....u.m. UII. -. :" gees, and other security holders COUNTY JUDGE, BRADFORD
Nus{F.'I wasn" tour -,
owning or holding I percent COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE I
or more of total amount .
'' of bonds mortgages or other In re: Estate of ANDREW
y + : '' Bed : securities: None. JACKSON BARRY, Deceaeed.
Reg. Size Foam i
Kerosene Lamps 1 Gal Eagle Assortadment : ., i-'; Total number copies printed:: To All Creditors and Persons -
Photo Cubes\. .,"'" lOWS,1, Average number copies each Having Claims or Demands
Acid i .' :!: \\:11': during preceding 12
Useful' os patio Muriatic 1 ) : Issue Against Said Estate:
decoration or stands scum-free _.. Kitchen Peeler A e + I P Holds ) photos V"","*,.' ";'X'i Non-ollergenic "fill :'. ','1J} months, 4.050 single Issue You and each of you are
on mantel or table. Insures Egg Slice s + n Ideal I gift, V.:.: ...*; fV1Plump' lull sue 'y 1. nearest to filing date 4,100. hereby notified and requiredto
1 slimefreefilters
walls 1/
Very handy for ,1. Scoop Ideal for home. : (t.. Odorless 4 durable Paid Circulation: present any claims and demands
u:{ tit ,
I hwriean.seoson Nut cracker school or office '.!!: : Striped' or flora1 prints : Sales through dealers and which you, or either of
& economical .
or camping Muna11C a l .1 Quick 1 Gal Cheese slice I H .'II+ Y 4 .*};i carriers, street vendors and you may t have against the
% .:.t % ; {% counter sales: avenge number estate of ANDREW JACKSON
% copies each Issue during BARRY deceased, late of said
SAV1 237 '::" ,f:'> preceding 12 months, 2,770; County, to the County; Judge
:, O ur raunrhrs. 0". D.. GJlSAVII6 .<\'i. nearest to filing
qmSAVI14 P"Ow single Issue of Alachua County; Florida, at
.SAVI32 OKI Ol...m, l Prlq' ., n tH w.:; 7 t
Ouqu. "I Pr w.. J w.JtU "'iJf Mall subscriptions: average of said county at tielne.vUle. I
/ v, ;.. '',. number copies each Issue during Florida within six calendar

f"x60 Yd. Roll (j 20"140" Bath '" 1// preceding 12 months l 1,205; months from the time of the
Key ChamAssortment Combination y. 'i {' :W slng'e Issue nearest to filing first publication of this notice.
Walt Disney 1" '
Masking Tape ...:::1.1.: Towels ) date 1,255. Each claim or demand shall
Padlocks Total aver-
Pictures "J paid circulation: be In writing, and shall state

Assorted I Handy sue for rf D' I1 '.Key Case Where yeaneed I f' i4 ,,' Bath' sue.100'i cotton. ige number copies each Issue the place of residence and post

Disney homeolhnor .SpringRelurn;' polacl.:0. "( .--IC. r, Soft anti'r/ preceding 12 months, 3,975; office address of the claimant
h characters, school. Many s t l KeY Chain II J 1 Ion' Precisian, :t' ) ."rj"srv absorbent %: single I Issue nearest to filing and shall be sworn to by the
She gxc
Ideal (for uses! i Sea Aawrtm.nt'i.nade. ;r:rn :D... '\ .Assorted I YF; date, 4025. claimant, his agent, his attorney -
child's room. r 0; cola... Free distribution Including and any such claim or
r'', lamples) by mall, carrier or demand not so filed shall be
.1 227 .?ti
SAN! 247. SAYE
IAVI2S% Mher means: average number void.

copies: each Issue during preceding Attorneys: Dell, Graham

Oo'DI...,,". PAq va. ;: ;z! Our-Dr.wnrtee.. 06 a. 12 months 22; single Wllicox. Barber, Rappenecker
0. D...._, hIA Issue nearest to. filing date Ryals & Henderson. P. A. p.O.Drawer .

w.. l:' 22. 32601.J, Gainesville, Florida t

-S Vinyl Shopping l'i Copies distributed to news Martha Jean Barry, AI Executrix !

t r:: / \ J, Carpet Mats gents but not sold: average of the Last Will and ,
Issue dur-
{ Bags lumber copies( each Testament of Andrew Jackson
or Oval Rugs 12 months, 14;
ttt Pineapple '. .13.15 durable yl ng Barry, deceased.
'r 114 ,VANIIUI a Eagle : vinyl! Larger sue, ?4.34' top actual number of copies of sln- First publication September
\ Vanilla Creme Siocad a' c.ushad 1 15.14", was quality carpets.Finished al8[ Issue published nearest to 14 1972.
\ t Packed in heavy fi., 1 \ 1 15. now 2 I 00 .dqa. t 3ea' lllng date. 14. 9/14 4t 10/S(
7A i -" 'y'up, '' 4 ; Our Ontwn, Pn.. 20.32" eusrom. Coal distribution: average
1 is y 24 Oa. of freshr uL Net weigh/I. 20 Oa }' v w.l-3F qualIyaval, ruts number copies each Issue during

delicious, goadn.... .... ..'" \"R;....As+F7.t SAVI20';: 'd ,y*i p 'If sAV1147 e have 'fringed .dqa preceding |12 months fil-4,. NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TOEGLSI'ER
p' "s ,rt'. Oil single issue
Lag date, 4061. Notice Is hereby given that'the
E -'.' ., i ,' \ u I 4 Office use, left-over, unaccounted undersigned pursuant to
.Callapackagad.r4I. 0"w.J-t-n......,,";. Pn., 4 ; rrj e N1 spoiled) after printing; hapter: 864.09. Florida SU-

average number copies each lee, will register with the
Issue during preceding 12 Clerk: of the Clrcutt Court In
Pocket Radios Full Site Fitted Cotton Sheets md for Bradford County, Florida -
Metal or Wooden Utility Stools Eagle months, 39;; single Issues near-
100% cotton Elastic corms lit filing date. 39. the fictitious name of LA-
Con be used for table! foot test, tI3IVC a Complete with for easier bednokingSAVI15. d! Tofu average ,number cop- IOR NEWS under which I am

T.V, .stool etc. Four legs battery hand,earphoneand sAV1197 _- % .lee each Issue durtntpreced- ngaged In business at 840
strop. Gardner St.. Stark, Fla.32091.
SAVI 267 Solid Slate rag 12 months 4,050.qla Issue -

:'.,j'.?'rho"" .Mod.llld]. nearest to filing date. J.C. Simpson, 640 Gardner

Our 01wnr PA.. I I Off Du..unt PrtM / I I our DI..wn.rhN UOO. 1.. Starke, Fla.32091 sole own-
I certify' that the statement.

made by me above are correct ar.Dated this 12th day of Sep.

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a meeting In Starke on
Sept. 8, 1970 16 point were
entered as a Resolution by the
Bradford Co. Sr. Clt. Club to
be forwarded to all State area
conferences ,and then to the
: (9 White House Conference towarda
: ( ; policy on Aging. One of these
C points Is. "Many Senior Citizens -
are forced because of
Pla IS. W-D HAND' I UM Inadequate S. S. benefits to
seek help from Old Age Assis

SIRLOIN STEAK I GROUND B BEEF i tance.signing This of papers necessitates transferringtheir the

1 f home. If they own one,
over to the State. Under this
program they receive monthly -
commodities which are a
r eau very poor diet and are waste
1 ful. Therefore, we propose that
food stamps should be sold to
3 30c senior citizens In convenient
locations for the purchase of
fresh fruits vegetables and the
fresh meats."
'' Recommendations from the
W. H. C. on A. stressed that
I" w" nTyvw w jL id pending Increases In S. S. pay
I 1
1 1 STRIP STEAKS ments food stamps should be
Issued to fill the gap until
provisions could be made to
..ww iij' ? ; enact legislation to bring the
Income of the elderly up to
$3,000 per year for a single
person and $4,500 for a cou-

: ;* *, Vpill. U. S. CHOICE ple."Project Find" was inaugu-
Ground Round P
; *v <* .. rated poor to seek who for out the many elderlyand rea-

sons might not hear or knowof
the Food Stamp Program
Quantity Rights already existing in our County. -
The Red Cross Unit In
Reserved SAVE Bradford Co. Is assisting to

YOU WITH AN. WINN COPYRIGHT 01X11 STORES. 1?>2 INC y locate these people. Red Cross
does not provide Food Stamps.
Mrs. Betty Bennett, Admin-
Istrator of our local Food Stamp 7
Office, spoke at our last meet-
ing. She gave a detailed report,
answered many questions, and
pointed out that people from
Clay Co. would have to be
processed through the Food
Stamp Office, Green Cove
A Springs. In case of doubt, everyone -
should apply. Perhapsyou
are entitled to Food Stampsand
I you don't know It.
Another point advocated by
our Club has also borne fruit.
Beginning this week, Oct. 4,
all dairy products,milk,cream
cottage cheese, etc. must be
dated as to the last day any
of these products can be sold.
8FEF PEO? Violations should be reportedto
the manager of the storeor
Dept. of Agriculture. These
PRICES GOOD oat 5 THRU OCT. 8 . : 51 c days contamination when we of read our of food so stuffs much,

this Is good legislation. At least
It assures us that wt will get
fresh, clean wholesome food
,from that source.
Our Library""Comm. went
"*"Back to work cleaning and repairing -
books under the direc-
tion of Walter and Peg Rich
MClifti ardson. Our Club received an
award from the Library for
i 1 .s.I work and assistance In 1971-72.'
We are highly honored. We also
I 1 appreciate the help given to
us by the Library Staff.
I ,
Happy Birthdays were Emma
Morton, and Ed Roberts. "I
1 Love You Truly" was sung
to Joe and Elsie Stein 55 years
married and Art and Erma
Lockwood, 54 married.
New members brought by
Martha Sundem, were Eunice
1 I I JONATHAN R/ I Resmondo and Mary Drew.Mae .
Boyce came alone. We wel-
comed them all and hope they
will Join us in getting ready
Smoked Ham for our big Halloween Party
A Oct. 23.
Mri, tURiO( OASt I'h li.jiOn-iST Karl Hoist, his wife, Ada.
: and son, Karl, Jr., came to
Smoked Ham 1 our Club meeting. Karl thankedthe
I members for their thoughtful -
I 6uAMi si.iiOHiciOiv( .' "Get Well Cards" and good
wishes. We were very gladto
Smoked Ham 1q see them. Karl looks good
and Is gaining .weight. Good
health, Karl. All we ask of
you Is "to keep going".
AI Nichols Is In BradfordCo.
1 Hospital and Improving.Our .
; next meeting will be on
1 Oct. 9 at the Rec. Center, Pratt
1 1 1' 1 St. at 1 p.m. Get your funny
Whole Hams 1S faces hats and costumes ready.
A S Halloween Is near Oct23.
-Joe Kerrigan
Orange Juice 3 I Sliced Ham 9 )

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DEMI-CUPS s .50 :i-r I -.' J'It, 2 LUNCHEON .50 VAW/COero" I and valuable paper,
SJLPIIVM&Wr rna I 1 liability for Injuries on the
1 : & SAUCERS' 1.998S oN J I I V'ear' PLATES _*2.49SiTuHpoM J premise Is the new OF.

from the Charley E. John

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BBS Highlights Improving Roads Issuing Temple Reddish .
Stop '
t (Prom Pays 1)) Sanders WvaK.r e' .
't Trawick arrangements with the -Heard a written request' from ,f.
"Tornado Fan Stand Up and School spirit was really expressed Air and Water Pollution Con Manager Ken Clark of Blue) (From Page 1)) : .
,l Cheer For *72' Our Winning when the students of trol Board now have state Crass Country Music Park located PermitsCityAdvised

Year", and It will be If If. B.HJS. attended a pep rally heldon matching funds for land-fill o- on what Clark calls Farguson -, MH ring Ms win over Hurst for the the Court of Appeals., ana !t287
left up to Bradford High students October 29 during 3rd Peri- peratlons working the same way Road near Lawtey, be County Judge poet The vote for incumbent Donald K. Car;

anyway. od. The spirit awards were they did for years under the either paved. or Umerocked to Including absentees, was: San roll. On the basis of incomplete -
Preparation for Homecoming given to Debbie Napier and the Florida Department of Health. accomodate traffic Commissioner den 2.907 Hurst 2.088. returns Boyer held a
on Bradford started last Drill Team for showing the most Sanitary land-nil operations Shuford said the road During the; campaign. San- narrow lead over Carroll in

week at and besides school spirit during the week. are proceeding on the same is no better or no worse than ders stressed the fact that he district voting at noon Wednesday
choosing this year's theme,students The seniors held a car wash basis they have been under the other graded roads in 1M county was the only lawyer In the '
have put much time and at the American Oil and Cltgo county mosquito control unit and noted there are no fund;I race. Although Florida law does Precinct by precinct tabula-
energy Into planning homecomIng stations September 30 from Trawick said operation of the available to pave them or place not require county judges In tion of the vote is carried on
activities. These activities 10:00: to 2:00.: $80:00wu clear- this issue. Absentee
mosquito control's drainage Page S In -/
llmerock on the road. counties of less than 40,000to
Include preparations for skits, ed.District for projects will be started again In a letter dated September tton' arose recently when Mr. be lawyers, Sanders said that votes are Included.
floats and electIng
the parade, of 1972-73 were elected soon.Decided 25, City Attorney George and Mrs L.G.Dail 01 the Demp- efficient operation of the office -
Beverly the
princesses were year School use of the county Pierce advised the City Council sey Motel moved a mobile home required the experience: PABCINATINGutTER
Meng and Jackie Smith. The to the Bradford High
civil defense building must be
that no further licenses onto a lot on Water Street of a lawyer.
sophomore princesses were- student government Wed., Sept. limited to governmental agen should be Issued for placement after the validity of their Hurst, whose municipal court :
Diane Byrd and Kim Hodges. 27.The Dls cies. The .decision came in of trailers (mobile homes) on consent-petition from neighboring -' duties are being phased out
Joy Andrews and Brenda members are:
denying use of the building, at
vacant low, other than In trailer property; owners had under the new court system In
Thompklns will the tract Sylvester Davis Be-
represent parks until ordinances. been at Council Florida, had asked to be movedup
city challenged a
junior class at Homecoming.Five nita Franklin, Brenda Thomp- the county fairgrounds; for
I the Installation Council to the County Court which
regulating of meeting. members
girls were chosen from kins. District 2Anne Haynes. twice per month meetings by '
I the senior class tor the Home District 3- Cynthia Hodge, and the John Birch Society. Com- mobile homes In,the city, can asked the Dails to present figures will soon have Jurisdiction over ,1 II

coming queen's court, and from Curtis Scott. District 4Ed- missioner Ralph Bryan transmitted be re-written. from a registered surveyor municipal cases.
"No hook-ups for that had Only 168 fewer voters wentto r
electricityor proving they
this group one will be queen. die Blalock. District 5- Jeff the society's requestto
water should be made" until the consent of sufficient the polls Tuesday than did
a number
The court McRae Donnle the board
was Kathy Brown and Thomas. but noted the
Martha Buckley Jovce Lane District 6- Randy Gasklns.Dis- CD building has never been the new ordinance Is draft, of property owners. The
Pam Macy and Christie Riggs. trict 7 Dale Norman. made available to any group .1PEN.BE edt Pierce said DaBs maintained this would be In the First Primary. Tues
The queen will be announced at The Tornado Bobcat game on a regular basis althoughthe 'In regard to the Call too expensive and was not ne- day's total was 5,087 as compared -
the Tornado Whirl. was a stirring event! It board has allowed organizations Performance situation, no further licenses cessary. They moved the mobile -. with 5,235 on September -
The Interact Club chose Vicky became even more stirring to to hold single meetings should be Issued to him as there home onto the lot In spite 12. The total number qualified -'
Is a conflict pertaining to. the of the Council's Instructions.Mrs. to vote In the primaries -
as their sweetheart, and the B.H.S. hand as one of their there. Bryan also raised the
the OCT Club sweetheart Is members, John Knight, was question of payment for cleanup -' It'. over and we won. On facts relating to the alleged Dail said yesterday that was 6,691.Bradford
rushed to the Medical Center after the use of the buIld- our fourth attempt>> the Pen-! consent of two-thirds of the pro- "tho trailer Is mine" and that voters favored RIvers -
because of a gallbladder attack. eke team won at Indianapolis.If perty owners of property lying)' tthe already had the necessary Buford, Jr. for Justice)
Drowns John was released the next day ing.At you followed the race, within 200 feet of said proposed connection for lights, water, of the Supreme Court; giving
Know that Mark Dono
23 at 3:00 the same meeting office you trailer sites,"'the City Attorney and gas, although these ser- him 2,351 votes to 1,672 for
on Saturday Sept. : hue's victory was not a foregone -
(From Page \1)) A.M. space in the CD building was conclusion. In fact teammate advised. vices have not yet been turnedon. Incumbent David L. McCain.,
BEST NEWS OF ALLI NO allocated to the North Central Gary Bettenhaiuen's The so-called "nail sltuaUFSTWAKD In statewide voting, however,
vlted his brother-in-law and SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, OCT- Florida Community Health Center Pensko-McLaren was con- City Clerk Merrill Edwards McCain was re-elected.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bub Car- OBER 61BUS! which operates under the utontly faster until the sec said that the city requires a$32 Bradford cast 2,707 votes;for L 4 1
ter of Lawtey, out for supper new Regional Mental Health ond weekend of time trials. deposit to be posted for utilities Tyrle A. Boyer for Judge of _
Wednesday. When they arrivedat r I"Building. Program. Dave Jacobsen, And it appeared to be faster r before they are turned on, .
Gainesville on race day. But a lam share .
the lake found the said the Bradfordunit and that this had not yet been
they of the must to Mark No : ,
house open, the television [ of the health center Is himself.victory go done by the Bails lie said the mailer/ what happen/ in \utTER1REl: '

turned on, and Mr. Durban's now operating out of the county Beneath the boyish exterior that if the owners attempted to lions country/ every arfmmmtra
points out tluil it'll nol toblame.
clothing, bill fold and other Health Department but facesan past the knowledge of the put up the deposit, he would ask .
PolIciolIIIH/ /
enlargement of staff and mechanical lies the / / ( 'Ink*
effects in the house. They could engineer the City Attorney for an opi-
out tome sort DINOSAURS.'
,of no-fault/ in-
not locate him, however, and needs more space. The unit determined racing driver. r nion as to what course of actionthe aura nco. LARGE" AND SMALL
after spending some time is seeing 100 persons In Brad- Quite simply Mark Donohuecan clerk's office should take.
(From Pago 1)) ford County and the race with the bed of (been
patient Dinosaurs have depletedin
searching the place they returned them. But Mark never abuaee __u___ __u
rate is I literature, and in fiction
home. growing at 8-10 per-
time at school, between classes his machinery. During the a II
I movies, be.ixls Some
Later, they notified membersof sons per week. Jacobsen said. dewing moment of the ran as great
at lunch or study hall, were\ ponderous In size, oc-
Mr. Durban's In Jacksonville ho let the mechanical
family engineer
to leave the campus. The request -Heard Commissioner Dave cnslonallvelKlniiK (II"i much as5o
who also came to the was made by the 1972 Shuford tell that Stern Road allowing within Jerry him Grant take over to par by r WANTED i iRATTLESNAKES tons (Extiimitcsnrv a great
lake and spent several hours
Senior Charles residents deal even among historians.
Class. Principal now want to fill In him. A less experienced driver
searching for the missing man Francis said, and the group ditches, so they can get from might have accepted Grant'. .... Fifty tons IH usually consideredIK \
without The Clay maximum
success. t "
has offered to establish and their property onto the road cbaten {!.
County Sheriffs office was notified enforce its own rules for the without a culvert, after the Mark share of the purse, However not all Dinosaurs
I and Deputies Hutchlngs privilege. The board hesitated county has counting his many endorsements Acre, that l.irjjo. Some
recently werecry
pulled the .
and H. !". Hancock arrived to should add to .
ditches up perhaps ,. small in ntxiut
because it was thought state in an effort to Improve I think of \ fact the
assist In the search, which can <'l/e of a dog In bt.t Wt"1till'
school attendance laws might drainage. Plainly disgusted
with no one who deserveo it monoToday' Year-round for exhibit and
ended with the of venom production.
I discovery the t\v> extremes there were Dmc
prohibit the practice, ard situation, Shuford
noted the .
the about 2:30 sbut aid Tip:
body a.m. niiirs: of all sties The largest
Attorney Gene Shaw not. county dug the Prices size
ditch paid to
Hutchlngs( said members of so residents The only way most of us A' : if the. beasts.is the niontoinurus. -

the family reported that Tues-Dur- the-Offered old jail to, if provide CUB space moves in road In could wet get weather.out to Two the res hard will is to ever win collect an insurance such a claim sum \ Two feet or under . $ .50 (Trv prumumciiiK that!)
ban had been
day, Sept.Jast 28, and seen it Is on possible out, for the Florida State Em- idents asked him what would from an accident. Too bad an Zc Two to three feet '. . .. .$. 2.00 Despite thclr'i""\ Dinosaur!
that size is often \ lid lIervlC'e
ployment Service at the request happen If they fill in the ditch amount \ (
that he may have drowned of Robert J. Barrett. The state Shuford said. He told them It, awarded posthumously.A l \ Three to four feet . .$ 4 00 kntd.: \

I the that body day,had the apparently deputy said been, since in agency is now l located In Hawthorne would be alright until the next v newcomer to Indianapolis \ JI I Four to six feet .. . "i.tjft 1 . $ 7.50 .:t,ur'hat about ipecialt7 UN bet(Como['aunt' service In today is
but Is'-about to move time it rains the .
the water for a considerabletime commissioner in May might have thoughthe . . II lid the service,
Into this area, Barrett said. said. had tumbled ai. ... Six to seven feet . $. 1000 sample ,
before It found. upon an
The old court! < .. Is also a field. Every car at the track -'i Seven to eight feet . .$ 50 00
possibility the'' board noted, -Appropriated $2,270 of un- had wings.
Mr. Durban Is survived by but said that faint; 'pe cleared budgeted funds to CURB Eco- A few years ago, aerodynamics eight feet and over . $300.00
his wife Leta Fogg Durban; with die Ilistorifeal'aoclety!' the nomic Agency after receiving a exports wondered. : HO- Hod cow-
one daughter, oracle Lee Hor- organization WWhfchheschool% letter from Acting CUBB Di- with speeds going ever higher, pokes chase iiiTiisH n\ hint sky ,; Deliver alive and uninjured to:

ee, and one son Evans Durban board Is !In process of giving rector Elaine:: McBride that the bow a car could stay in .con.tact.with.the Theanswer in this nil-cotton knit. dress Ross Allen Reptile' Institute "AltCl'nOllDA
WfNtcrn! IIIIK I'rrlVctfor
with nt\
all of. Jacksonville; five the old buildLn Barrett paid Federal Government now requires borrowed
was: from '
the its
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10 a.m.Saturday at the grave Federal Government starts you to re-tune the entire chaasw
side in Riverside Memorial -Approved payment. to Triest out on something and then handsit and suspension system to take supplies and marketing services and a greater share in the profits earned
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______ \ T After generating gustine we are going;.td" be In .ck"c 21-yard line, Malachi
big trouble. Henry took the call and moved
little more than a The offensive line bas a lot the ball down to the 18 before The Bradford Tornadoes come out on the field not so

gentle breeze for of ,work ahead of them. They being met by a host of Yellow fired with Bobby Dyal loading the pack which mad.
+ Mp1 have Jackets. After second down
tT4 better if
; got to execute a
4'dr three the second half.
nearly quar- they expect to win. Defensively pass fell incomplete defensive BHS play catch up football in

w, ,,, 'ydy %h hdaa ters of play, Bradford -' we had far too many breakdowns tackler Paul Mayer broke
Tornadoes If we expect to stop through the wall of Tornado
s the Bulldogs. We have seen blockers and sacked Hazen fora
caught wind late and them on film and they are an 15 yard loss. This brought upa Reds
+ sw scored 16 points In explosive ball team. ." fourth and 22 situation from Baby
St. Augustine won the openIng the 33-y'ard line.
four minutes to edge toss of the coin and elect- Bradford elected to go for It

the visiting St. Augustine ed to receive. Setting up shopon on fourth down and Hazen flipped
Yellow jac- their own 19-yard line the a screen pass out to Henry, Win Second
Yellow Jackets moved the ball but alert defensive play by St.
kets 16-13. out to their own 35-yard line
before being forced to puntIt .Augustine saw the Tornadoeslose
Trailing 13-8 In the fourth away. two yards ending the
quarter Vernon Barber led a Neither team could cross the threat.
host of Tornado tacklers to fifty yard line until the final Starting from their own 33 27-6 OverOPBradford

sack St. Augustine's punter on seconds of the quarter when a ripped through Michael Elmore
fourth down. Three plays later Yellow Jacket punt rolled out the Tornado line
quarterback Eddie Hazen titled of bounds on the Tornado 47- for an 8-yard gain on first
Terry Hayes' number 80, brooks th.s. two tackles after catching a five yard pass from a 28 yard pass to Terry Hayesfor yard line. On first down, Ma- down. On second down Bradford High's Baby Torna- In two plays James Udrtgde

Eddie Hason to score for Big R.d to put th.m In front for the first timo of the gam.. the go ahead touchdown. lachl Henry shook loose from had a red-dcg called but does won their second game of carried the ball 16 yards for a
It was the first Florida Star one tackler and scrambled 13 one Tornado failed to stunt the season last Thursday' night first down on the OP 49 yard
Conference game for either yards down to the Jacket 40- and Elmore sprinted throughthe here beating the Orange Park line. Three plays later on a
team and In the first half It yard line. gapping hole on a 59yardTD Raiders 27-6 making the Baby second down on the 40 yard
looked as If the visitors were Two plays later quarterbackEddie Jaunt. The kick by Tony Red record 2-0. line of OP Reddish got the
Lake Butler going to run the Tornadoesoff Hazen went to the air Dardi was good and the Yellow Last year when the Torna- ball on a pitchout from Mike
Lucky the field. In the second and found Malachl Henry open Jackets took a 7-0 lead with does visited the Raiders they' Gaskins to carry' the ball for
quarter alone the YellowJack- up the middle for an 18 yard 9:20 remaining In the half. lost 120. a touchdown.
eta amassed a total of 129 gain as the quarter ended. Minutes later Brad Carter This Thursday night the junior Reddish kicked the ball forth
yards rushing and scored first With a first down on the had a 12 I yard run called backon varsity! team will play'BuchholzIn extra point giving BIIS the
on a 59 yard run and again a Tornado penalty and Brad- another home game startingat lead with 3:35: seconds remainIng -
Squeezes By late In the quarter on a 13 ford was once again forced to .::30 pun. in the first quarter.
yard pass to take a 13-0 leadat Reds punt the ball away. BHS kicked off to OP start- Reddish kicked the ball to
Baby For the second straight time
halftime Ing the game off which gave the OP, which after a nine yard
While In the first half St. there was a bad snap from Raiders a first down on their run back by the Raiders put
Augustine's offense continuedto Play TonightBradford center and Gray Flynn could own 33 yard line. In two plays the ball on their own 39 yard
grind out yardage, their defense manage only' a 16 yard punt OP had first down again on the line. BUS held OP four downs
Fighting Cross City virtually stopped the Tornadoes before the on rushing Yellow BHS 19 yard line after OP rana and got the ball from a punt
; cold. In the first half High Junior Varsity Jackets. pitchout play' on the right end .at the 22 yard line of BUS.
Bradford totaled only 36 yards grldders will play' their third With good field position on for a 48 yard a gain. Leonard On second down Caskins attempted -
., of the their own 47-yard line St. Augustine -
season tonight
'" total offense. game Sapp made the tackle for BHS. a pass but found only
The second half belonged to, trying for a perfect record. wasted no time In Bradford the Raiders OP receivers In the secondaryand '
the Tornadoes and In the end The Baby Reds have won both moving the ball down field. On back with a tough: defense to the an Interception which was
Lake Butler's. Tiger barely ful Lake Butler this time 12- When jou're not ready to Bradford's two point conversions of their first games against first down Brice Wilson ripped BUS 28 then Bradford offense run back for the first and last
Eastside )12-6 and Orange Park through the middle of the Tor-,
play football and make mis- made the deciding dif OP touchdown. The extra point
Cross took the ball for the first time
won their battle against 27-8, and will for their nado line and sprinted 33 yards
6.Stung takes too you're fortunate to ference. try attempt was no good.
Bears effort of the
last the
Bears 14-12 a by game.
ridden out
behind the second time win the game" said Coach "Our execution was very third against Buchholz tonight before finallybeing TommyReddish made five The ball seesawed back and
quarter Tiger catch a 3-0 up game record givingthe this Lake Butler ,fought back. ,Theo Roberts.t poor" sald.flead! Tornado David here In Starke- .- starting.. -. of bounds. Mth a first down;! on ;Sara gain on the first play a putting fourth from, the two teams until

seasonS. ", ,>. Tigers-'could- move..the ball 'i'The.fact that we were over Mursef !"J guess the boys at730-p.m.: ((5.. Page 12)Kitchen's )' the ball on the! 33ra.n4llne. the half ended which let the
"We were lucky 'to out on Cross City, once they made aajdoutjielped.: cause the six Just have not rrlade ;up their ) Tornadoes go Into the dressing
of, that game winners,'get com- their minds up, Coach Roberts fumbles that we had in the minds to plaj ball. .,.- room leading6..
mented Head Coach Charlie Roberti. first half.' We were in scoring "We realize that to win Fri- BUS came out of the dressing -
." said.Dale Green returned the position several times and gave day night, we are going to have room hot and got the ball
"I think Cross ,City, did an Cross City, kickoff to the Bear one up on a fumble and lost to put a full game of football on their own 43 yard line after
excellent Job in preparing for 48. From there the Tigers the others," added Roberts. together" Hurse said. "When the ktckoff.
Three players did a good Job over there to Live Oak On first down Reddish! ran
us, and they came after us pushed the ball on In you go ,
Bobby' like Into a lion's the ball five yards to the 47
said Roberts. Williams getting the TD in the game. They were It is walking > '
good Lake Butler had to come from four yards out. Quarterback Croft on offense, Bryant Xew-' den. If you get behind ,It Is v ., ;\I.l';''\ then got the ball again and
behind twice to win. Cross City, Dale Green passed to Alfred some at center who did some hard to come back. ,. k; .,.r carried it to the fifty.
led 6-0 in the ,first period, Watkins for a two point conversion fine blocking. and Cyrwln Clyet' "11 we perform the same .' '' !,' James Aldridge got the ball
Lake Butler led way this Friday night in Live .... ," I and broke loose up the middle
then 12-6 in the',third,,.period. and ""
(S.. Page 12)) aaalnat St. AIIis for 1D. Reddish
In the Suwannee Conference 14-12 the winning margin. Oak as we did '\""' \,,\, and scrambled a -
: kicked the extra point

contest ler's Tiger ant Cross fumble City on from, Lake recovereda scrimmage But- t't'I' give 6.OP BIIS a larger lead of 14-

a first, then period play drove touchdown.S3 yards Earl for- Stung India GoORSOn "i l and fumbled had Barber the It ball doing to four BIIS the downs with re-

Jones carried the final 13 yards ":"'\>?:( covering.
the Bears' first : Lr
and got score. M '
BIIS got the ball on Its own
The PAT failed and Cross City, :I..'
moved the
line and
led undefeated Lake Butler 8- 36-12 Br 49 yard
By }IMir ball well to the 5 yard line of
0.Coming back in the second OP setting up good
period Lake Butler drove 58 scoring position.On
the next play Jimmy Lane
yards in eight plays,for Its The' Indians from l Keystone< They made tackle after tackle KEYSTONE FACES TRENTON Jumped for the touchdown which
first touchdown. Running back Heights outplayed, outmanned throughout the game Baylesssaid. Always-tough Trenton High I gave BIIS an even wider score
Benny Boyklns went off tackle andoutscored the Bronson High School will be ready for the Ii i of 20-6.
from six yards out for the last Fri- holes for undefeated Keystone Indians
School Eagles 36-12 Opening up large The extra point kick was
score. The PAT failed and game day night in a Suwannee River the running backs were Jim Friday night In Trenton. However blocked.
was tied 6-6 at the half. Conference football game play- Kuykendal, Ricky Davis and according to Coach Roy The ball changed hands twice
A 26 yard pass from Dennis ed at Bronson. Brannon reports Bayless. Bayless, his Indians aren't tra- w ', before RIPS got the ball on Its
Lord to Wayne Tlntmons was Perhaps getting a little angry Running back Larry Turk- veling to Trenton to play pansy.It i 31. Tommy Reddish got
good for a third period touch- at the Eagles for a long nett was Injured during the should be a good battle.Keystone the own ball on a pitchout and ran
down for Cross City; and the the and will pit Its quick, h
touchdown march after o- game was hospitalizedovern.lght it 53 yards across the goal
battling Bears again led powerBishop's pening kickoff, the Indianswouldn't receiving slight, hard-hitting linemen against a ,line but the play was called
let up with a balanced concussion according: to Bay- much larger foe.Trenton 1.1-2. back because of a penalty, against -
attack that included five touch- less. Turnkett Is expected to having lost to North Florida BHS for not having a
downs scored by five individual be ready for this Friday night's Christian and Chien and, and mouthpiece.But .

Indians.. Jack Sheffield, game against Trenton. winning over Maranatha. BUS got the ball on the
scored his fifth TD of the 37 and Reddish got the ball

62 SetsRecord season, Robin Henderson, Bob- Terry Hayes just does get his hands on this ball after fighting a member of the opposing again and crossed the 50 to
Tim Goetzman and
by Hurner the 43 yard line of OP.
Bill Ratllff each scored one 18 Boys Winners team, St. Augustine, for the ball. On second down Reddish ran

TD for the .undefeated, once- : the ball six yards to the 37
tied, Indians. .
for a third down. Gasklns was
Coach Roy Bayless singledout caught behind the line for a
Todd Brannon Bobby Gray- InPPK Contest three yard loss and this broughtup
Starke Colt and Country Club son. Steve Byrd and Hurner LeadsMen's a fourth down situation.
member Harold Bishop barn seta for playing outstandlncdetelUe. Gasklns was caught behind
new course,record at the \Winners In the 1972 Ford going to the nationals. I the line again for a loss buta
Starke Golf Course setting the Dealers of America-NFL Punt, Listed are the winners of tro- nag was thrown against OP
record at 62 which Is three below Pass & Kick Local Competition phtes in each age KTOUD Flag PlayAfter for not having a mouthpiece and
the old record of 63 that were determined Saturday Age Thomas: Allen Q38.5>
was held by himself.. Sept 30.Local. Brian UU.5J 3. Clayton BIIS got the ball on the OP
Bishop was out playing golf competition was sponsored Norman (89X 25 yard line with a first down.
with George Roberts Charles by Terwillegar Ford Moors Age 9: 1 Kenny Clark Q74.2>>; two weeks 'of play In it to the end zone from gan and converted both PAls Then Aldrldge carried'
Flynn and Bill lop lut and coordinated by the 2. Bill Goodge 028> 2. H.L. the liens Flag Football League 30 yards out. The other two a run by Shiner, and a Milner 24 yards to the one yard line
Wednesday afternoon when he Starke Recreation Department. Johnson 025.5 Kitchens Tile has emerged touchdown for Gem Jewelry pass to Uwlght Elder. on an end play. Aldridge got
set the record. 83 boys participated in the Age 10: 1. Leonard Johnson as the leader of the pack as It came on a' Milner run of 12 Kitchens Tile put 27 pointson the ball again and took across
Blahop got the record from local contest with 18 'of this 0.67.5))} 2. Parry Thomas. 160.- is at this writing the only unde- yards and a Milner to Calvin the board In the first half the middle to score. The ex-
one bogie seven birdie., and number winning trophies and six 5; Al Chapman 058) feated team In the four team Varnes pass, good for 40yards.Gem of play and coasted to a 49-7 tra point made by Reddish end-
one sag!.. The eagle was on boys qualifying for the Zone Am 11:KTivevlnTiUman I 170.5; league. made good on only one try victory over Draw-Tite. Willie ed the game scoring: wise.
hole five. John Watson also Competition to be held in Jacksonville 2. Sat Raybum/Ms) 3, Clark Each team has played only two for point after touchdown Grlggs handled the quarter- Tommy Reddish was the leadIng -
different match got October 7. 3illam, U311,5J. backing chores for Kitchens in
playing, a Saturday games. Badcock Furniture Miner to Leaton Morgan. rusher a total
an eagle on hole five. Scoot Allen. Kenny Clark, 1325)12r I. Steve Wheeler last year Champion and newcomer Badcock's two scores of the the first half and had a very of 101 yards rushing This total -
Jack Alvers from Jacksonville Leonard Johnson, Kevin Tin ( ;2. Greg Watkins Q97.S .- Gem Jewelry are tied first half came on John Watson successful half throwing three did not Include two long
but am.mberoft the Country l yyv; 'i, man, Steve Wheeler sad Jimmy ) 3. Clay G1lbool1l92."S. for second place with a recordof passes to Mike Patrick and 'touchdown passes. Larry Mer- touchdown run that were called
- Club here made a hole in vw1E Prevatt took flrst place honor Age 13 1. Jimmy,!lYevatt one win and one loss each. Mike Norman.In cer wu on the receiving end back because of penalties., Red I
one last Wednesday afternoonon I11\\ I and will make the trip to Jack- .(327.5) Jeff Jockel! 255.5; Draw Tito. 1* winless In two the second half of play of two scoring strikes while dish also made one legal touch .
bole two of the course. sonville. Of these six winner, 3. Eddie Akridge 223.;).- start Badcock came back to outscorethe Randall McGee caughtone. Gene down run and kicked ,all the
Last person to make a hole- Clark Johnson and Prevatt The Recreation Department In games played Wednesday winners 19-14 but were Melvin scored a six pointer extra points made. He also did
In-ooe was Carol Baumer on the F were winners lastyear and went wishes to thank the following September 27, Gem Jewelry unable to overcome the Or.t ball after Intercepting a pus and all the kickoff and punts.
same hole several months ago. onto win the Zone Competi people for their help in running pulled cff the first upset of the deficit. returning It 33 yards. Conversions -
The annual President Cup tion" and we hop they will doa off the contest SU Val- season when they handed John Watson threw for two ) were made good,Crtggs
Tournament ha started at the weD this year" says Recreation aiukl, Jimmy Dyal",Martha SueDyal Badcock a 39-31 defeat. scoring strikes in the second Ricky; Bennett twice and one to
country club and all person o" _r.Ronnie Director Gene I Ray.bame -' Gerry Edmondson The Jewelry team put 25 half and ran for one. On the Melrln. STATISTICSFfrstdowns
participating must play their 4 Chart** Lundy point on the board in the first receiving end of the passe In the second half Harvey X102P
first match Oct. 14. Hall Is out score of 327.3 ported fty The Department wishes to Smith took at
by 1 half while Badcock could manage were Ronnie Thorn and Harold over quarterback
Drawing have already been In the.. open en this... play 13 year old Jimmy time Prevatt score.ctover thank the following for their assistance only 12 points. The winners Bishop Thomas took pus for Kitchen and Harvey threw Yd. rual1bw 233
made for the tourney putting the only the second a in tne actual funning PATBadcock' two Stove Yet. 70
got on the Scoreboard first from Watson for the only' scoring passes pU'rv 14
I end catches the ball for 300 ha been achieved off of the competitions Ski Va-
matches Entry foe Thomas PC-PA-H
together. tit when Mark Milner! passed to were successful on. and ran for a TD. 2-4-2 .0-5-1 t
$3. Anyone that would like good yardage In the game the Local Competition and that llnskL Jimmy Oval. Martha Robert Nobles. Leaton Morgan For Gem Jewelry In the second A safety, and one conversion Fnnubl.s )lost_ 0 2 -rf
some Information on the tourney against St. Augustine Jimmy I* able to duplicate competitions) Sue 1> ate Gerry Edmondson: got the next score Intercepting half Mark Milner! threw two .completed the scoring: for Punta ___. ,I 4T.I..k. "
-can call the club house feat in the future Lynwood Kitchen. Charles a and return- scoring strikes to Leaton Mor- Kitchen
Friday night. chance) of Lundy and .1.... Olartt.p ; pass '
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i'!!''' SA Win Was Big; One For DDS Small OpenerWon'y Fry


"It was a big win for ua "Wayne Lambus did a good Job for us and have been giving that play also" commented aged recovering: two fumbles
and I'm proud of the way the Job at the weak side linebacker real good coverage. No Redding. a game and returning them 22
boys came back In the second and Vernon Barber and Gary punt returns were made Friday "Chuck Norton has been do- yards each time" said Bus- AndrewsThe
half" said Head Tornado Coach Melvin did the best jabs that night that amounted to anything / real good Job at practice hore.
David Nurse, commenting on they've done all year," said /* said Sexton. Carl Luther la roly and Donald Loper is doIng "Keith Tetstone Is a senior Small Fry Flag Football -

the winning 16-13 performanceof Sexton. and Early Chandler have a much better Job now than defensive back who has helpedour Season got underway Mon-
Ms teamlast Friday night Melvin played; his tackle position been helping out on the,specialty he was at the first of the kicking game a lot. The Il day. October: 2..with Andrews

against St. Augustine Just like he wu sup- teams. year" said Redding experience he has can help Drugs taking the' opener. 12-8
"It seems like In all the posed to all night; Coach Sex- "1 think In the first half "One time we had a mental the younger players together v i iI iX over lrst l''Federal.
tough games that we are coming ton noted. '. we did not come: off the ball lapse when In the first said Bushore. will' However the season got
back second half Instead Barber did a good Job at fast enough and In the second: half the quarterback seemedto "As far as next week's game started oft) on a damp note a>
of pulling away from the team," the linebacker position and has half got everything together and be trapped by our linemenand goes we have been working on I lv Jj 11 rata claimed the scheduled second
added Hurse. made more tackles than anybody started to pick up the .IU)." would be put down but the passing game a lot and 9 : game between Community
"We Just did not execute and In the last three ball saldoffenslve line Coach Butch somehow he broke loose..and will be able to handle any type; State Bank and; Kentucky Fried
thAt seemed to be the big problem games and Is doing a good job, Redding. threw the ball In the endxone of pass thrown." Chicken. r : ,
butourpasslnggame commented Sexton. "I think Randy Caskins did for a touchdown," said defensive The best defensive back for Barry Thorns was the Mg offensive
us. We can, not depend on our "Our kick off team and punting the best Job overall for the back Coach Steve Bus the week was Malachi Henry weapon for Andrews
passing game to do that and team have done a real fine line and Barber also did a hore. This trapping mado the defensive lineman. Barber and Six boys won 'first laces Saturday In loco) punt, pass, Drugs as he, twisted and ran'

we have to work on our running good night's work. Steve Reg secondary move forward and Melvin, offensive lineman Randy and kick contest and will enter mono competition in Jack his way to two first half touchdowns -
game this week In practice. ister had a little trouble coming left the receivers open for the Cashing, backs Henry and on runs of 30 to 20yardsand
," commented Hurse. LB Squeezes. off the ball In the first pass. Hazen, and the best recevler sonvllU this Saturday. They arm 'front row Leonard Andrews bad themselves a

"We Just got beat. they half but overcame this prob- "Wayne Testone has aver was Wayne Testone. Johnson, Kenny Clerk Scott Allen; In (rear Jimmy Prevott, 12-0 lead. .
wanted It more than we did (From Page ]11)|) lem In the second" said Red- Steve Wheeler and Kevin Tlllman. First Federal (finally got their .
we didn't have what It ding. offense working late In the half
took to be a winner and the who did an outstanding Job on "Lambus did a real good Job i primarily on the running of H.L.

players thought someone should defense Roberta said. also on the sprint draw plays Johnson. H.L. pulled his team
give them something" said St. Quarterback Dale Green was and Caskins did a good Job at BHS Edges SA within six points of the lead by

Augustine High Head Coach the leading rusher for LB with $ going In from five yards out
Foots Brumely."I 96 yards from 14 carries. He (From Pogo 11)) ,000 Voted to make the score 126. Neither ,
would like to recognize: threw the ball 18 times and ., team was able to convert ,

some of the players that I completed 4 for 49 yards. Tough the Bradford 20 yard line to score. On the extra point on the PAT. I

work with because all the other "Cross City had a good pass quarterback Ronnie Swymer attempt there was a bad snap The second ..half. was a defensive -
(BUS) coaches talk about the rush and did not give Green kept the ball for a 5 yard from center but placekickerGary struggle and was a
players they work with," said much time to throw," commented -' gain. Melvin picked up the rollIng ForVolunteerFireFighters fruitless one for both teams as
Hurse. Malachi Henry at the Roberts. Then en second down Swymer pigskin and sprinted around nomtng was PIton the board.
running back position ran a "This ball game was good Game went to the air and found Ran left end to score a two >point Schedule:
tough 95 yards rushing Friday for us in the fact that we realized dell Anderson on the receivingend conversion. Monday October 9 m a 3:43.: I

night. that anybody. can beat any of a 15 yard TD pass. Trailing 13-S. Bradford Community Bank vs First Federal -
Eddie Hazen did a remark- body else at any time," said The extra point attempt was kicked off with two minutes ; 5 p.m., KFC vs Andrews.Wednesday. .
able Job passing the ball against Roberta. "We're going/ spend blocked by Henry and St. Augustine remaining In the quarter and .Oct. II 'MS. I
St. Augustine and helped lots of time with Individualsthis Coming led by 13 with 5:19 St. Augustine took over on their Community Bank vs KFC;;5 p.m. !
account for 14 points In the week and I guarantee that remaining before the half. own 37 yard line. Bradfordonce First Federal ys Andrews. ,
game the Head Tornado pointed we will work harder this week Following the kickoff Brad-' again was able to stop $1,000 In emergency funds purpose.A .
out. Hazen has a 64 per- than we've worked In a longtime ford once again failed to generate was voted Monday for the Brad plan dividing $16,000 among/ .
cent passing record for, the ," declared Roberts. an offensive threat and the Jacket running attack and ford County Volunteer Fire Department 'all the departments has been

first three amen.. Lake Butler will play Its JnLO was forced to punt the ball St. Augustine was forced to to keep the unit In proposed to the board by Com-
"Again IS will mention that fourth game of the season In away. Starting on their own punt the ball away. operation iintill a permanent missioner Ralph Bryan.

we will have to work on our Callahan against West Nassau 46-yard line Bradford was once On a fourth and 12 situation funding solution can be found The board Is examining the
running commented High this Friday at 8 t The Commission proposal but has taken no action -
game pm. ."They have been talking state again unable to harness thei from the Bradford 30-yard line County and,
Hurse Monday. members of the volunteer firemen on It.Harry .
Yellow Jacket running gamer St. Augustine elected to z
for the last punt.
"We played a pretty; good STATISTICS, championship year do Tony DartU! then bobbled the met last Thursday night In Green, chief of the volunteers -
game defensively against SA and they have (the people to In three plays St. Augustin i snap from center momentarily an effort to keep the doors told the board his organization -
and I don't think we played LB CC It. All they have to do is put moved the ball down to the before Barber' and open past the Oct. 1 deadlinethe which provides fire

all that bad In the first half" First Downs 11 9 together Head and Tornado they'll David be Hurs.comm.ntlnlr tough. Tornado 41 yard line for a of Tornado tacklers sacked a host the firemen set to close: operation protection for the Starke area,
said Defensive Coach Mike Sex- Yds Rushing/ UO 97 says first down. Jacket for nine If some source of funds was up against a financial dead-
this week'sopponent. a yard
Yds Passing/ 63 96 : on Swymer then went to the alt* loss. was not forthcoming. Comml- line
ton."We had three bad break- PC-PA-Pl 4-18-1 "7-17-1 Live Oak. and Bradford's Malachi Henry On first down from sioner Zedra Hamilton's motion Chairman George Roberta
of 1-1-1 own
downs In the first half which Punts 4 4 LO has a record picked off the pass. Henry re-' 99 Hazen Monday was the result of said the board wants to treat
Palatka immediately went
cost 13 said Sex 3 3 after a 10-0 loss to turned It 35 down the all departments fairly but
us points, Fumbles Lost yards to the to the air and hit Wayne Tea Thursday meeting.
Bolles and
Yds Pen'l 35 107 South beating 21-0 St. Augustine 40 before finally tone on 5 Idea now seems to be to agreed the pressing need Is to
a yard From
better effort Using Orange Park 77. pass. keep the unit function- A./ \
probably got have had being corralled.A their own '44, Henry took the keep the county; volunteers In county
out of Terry Hayes and Scoring: by Quarters: "The Bulldogs That a 15 yard personal foul pen.; ball and broke loose for operation and In the meantime Ing.
Brad Carter at the defensiveend lot of Injuries this year. ally; against the Jackets movedthe 13 yard gain. A defensive a work out a solution and sourceof Connissloner' Dave Shuford MR.llll GARDNER
positions than we have all LB 0 6 0 8 14 has hurt them but when they will get ball down to their own 25 er for St. Augustine then play became funding every fire depart- proponed that funds for firefighting

:year." added Sexton. CC- 6 0 6 0 12 their people" said together Hurse.they yard line but once again the overly excited then and- ment In the county. Including: be allocated on a popu-
be tough Tornadoes could do nothing against threw the City of Starke Fire De- lation basis and that If the
a couple of fists which
BUS coaches were very the tough St. Augustine COlt the visitors partrsnt. county unit is given $1,000 Howtobuy,
another 15
First Time Advertised By Owner Two Miles From Starke impressed of LO with the performance Palatka- line and was forced to give'' yards moving the ball down "We had to come UD with the other' department recleve

Florida. 2 Acres Land Clear. In Crass, Nice Shad, 15 South commented against Human the ball over on downs as the' to the 28-yard line. some Immediate relief," said their fair share when the board
first half drew to a close; Chairman George Roberts He works out a plan.Hamilton' .
Pecan Tr..., Grop... Oth.r The Tornadoes in about
Fruit. All Kinds Shrubb.ry. are The second half looked no thinks the commission haveto motion was approved a
Heate..Two Bedrooms, Living Room, Dining RoomKlf.) the same position as theywer better for the Tornadoes as they STATISTICSBHS work out a pro rata funding and Commissioner Bryan

Combined Double Sink.. Utility RoomAutomotlc Washer}; last year at this time, accor- received the kickoff and lost situation for all the fire departments suggested all those concerned -
to win and loss records. SA
13 yards their first two but noted meet with the board
on funds
no soon.
TII. Floor In Hall Dining RoomKit. not mentally ready First Downs 9 7 ,HearingJttflT
Bath.Front Porch "If we are
plays from scrimmage Forced .. ave loen.:! .,tUlgeted for. that. .No date was set, however. .
Work going to be ..> Rushing .9$ '- '187 ?
Shop. Friday are -
night we
Furnlture.Every Thing With House.Except ...." ,
to punt1h ball away; St; AUgustine ., ,'. '
V "< '
said y\
Personal$ Things. One' Rid
Tools: i'isVl:: i -OB- Live Oak personnel comments defense tightened Fumbles Lost 'ii"d-'C.T!: (j//.0"1"' "' -' \ ,....
() \ .FINANCE. Wayne Corbin Bradford then regained possession Punts '6-28' W uaufe Safari9 Opens
were: Sao doctor. Ho'U b. able te
of the ball with 7:06
Home Every Day Except Monday. There Are Sign. ,For big and tough and will be the In the third :period.remainlng -; 25 56 1 toll you whether or not you needa

Sale On Property 0111. Putnam Hampton, Florida 32044// best tight end BHS has faced Behind a balanced running A t Jacksonville Zoo I hearing aid
'.... ., this year; Keith Perring, quick, and Score by Quarters:;
passing attack the flred-
aggressive, and comes oft / Co lo a reputable Hearing. AM.
SOR'" p { up Tornadoes marched .from aregood.w lmm ere. 2 Center.Aulhonied' Noralco Hearing
M the ball well and is LO best BHS0 0 8 8 16 Newly constructed and Just
their own 35-yard line down to "WildlifeSafari" The Gemsbok Is a handsometan Aid Dealers are thoroughly
t 0It.""," blocker; quarterback Tommy SA- 01300-13 recently opened, black trained and enporlencad In allphases
AAR'ry the Yellow Jacket 19 in seven .. of "wild" and white antelope
Is ten acres ,,
best QB'sBHS
of the
Randolph one of testing lilting aservicing
I.._ plays. With a third and three 'with long straight horns whichIt
at the north end d..
has faced all year and can Touchdowns: open spaces ;
situation from the 19. Hazen uses for defense against its .
of theJackeonvtlleZoogrounde.Animals '
the ball and can also )J
lea throw and scramble well. "Theyare pitched the ball out to Henry BHS- I i) Henry 7-yard in the area are: Gemsbok enemy the lion. The Gnu from H... the dealer....t your .Man
run who turned the corner and galloped pass Africa Is the "clown" of the 3 In. It's .t'00-.and. it's vary sim
and tough bunch of from Hazen. EP- Melvin Gnu, Llamas Ostrich ,, .
big .
tt0 r. a 12 yards for a first down run. animal kingdom with a goat'sface pie You Mien' to sounds and
14 kids, according to the scoutIng 2)) Hayes, 28-yard pass from Rhea, Emu, East African horse's mole on .ludiogram' which !I. epicture
and goal to from the mane, cow's back
go seven ,
:: Crowned of your hearing pattern
Hazen. Cranes
EP- ducks.
report. Live Oak Henry took the handoff on the Testone pass. swans and a mule's tall. Their tails from this p.ittetn, ...can lit you
'r,,'r IylbfE4q The game Is satin next play and gained two yards and geese. Electronically are used for fly whisks by the with a hearing aid' to help correct
r night. Live SA1)J ated allow the :Zoo mini-
at 8 p.m. tomorrow down to the St. Augustine five- Elmore 59-yard run. gates African natives. I your individual problem.
been tough EPDardI 2) train to enter and exit and
a kick. Anderson
Oak has always r Then there
yard line. On second down Ha are the lovely
place for Bradford High to play 15-yard pass from Swymer.EP- also prohibits the animals from ,Ig I L.ok.I the various kinds of hear.i .
rifled who < and Llamas. cousin
Coach Hurse admits. zen a pass to Henry f kick blocked. escaping."Sararl". gentle a to s, | Ing .Id.-',om standard body
ball. hurdl"* .'.:.' would-be: tackier > the models to iho new Norelco "..
means Journey or cuna. hind the Ea," model which baa
expedltion-so that's Just what 37 different, acoustical adjat.malt / .
.... American natives, they are usedroll'
Zoo; visitors get when they ride for Ih. most accurate fitting
meat and clothing.As ,
me Zoo" train which carries yet devised.
the train winds around
them through this area where the tropical island, visitors ( .Infer.
are or more complete
animals from all parts of the treated to the 12-foot Waterfall 5 iSend, .We will ke happy" to send
COMFORT globe are roaming freely taletheII' the you our booklet.The'Inside Story
splashing over rocks
TOTAL SYSTEM The people are almost of Nerve Deafness." as well asdeta.l.d
1 = below. This "Wildlife Safari"Is
PLUS face to face with the wildlife! Information on the many
1t1zc the third semi-natural exhibit Norelco Hearing A.ds.j .
There are the radt.esthe
for the.animals developedby
large flightless birds. The ostrich -
the Zoo
Society since its
is the bird in the
largest ore/co.. .
Inception last October. The
world the only bird with two ;
You others are the tortoise and
We Guarantee pen
toes and It can run up to 40 chimp Island.

...--., ?.,_, mph. Rheas are from South A- The train ride lasts about 15 Come lit new for yaur Ireo Heating Test
merica and make their nests
minutes and the animals
are .
in the tall where the -
grasses 'there to be photographed with-
males Incubate the eggs. Emus fWIII .
or chain link fence.
have deep booming voices and
n The train does not stop but ; ----Uaoas.
slows down at various spots I,
Graham Kids New species of wildlife will I.awr.unioA'gwtphwtj

act. f i lx, t : be gradually Introduced to this ._J
area but it will take time to 1
4 Will HavePHyground -- --
acclimate tte animals to sucha

J large space. Factors to be GAINESVILLE HEARIIIAID

? EXCELLENT SERVICE rights considered and compatibility are territorial with CO.

/ IJ'LI other I... As the "Wild 3a3e N.W.1311,1f.
y c life Safari"spe Is ..............k4C...
developed animals
Kenneth Manning of Graham Neal I.......

', And A Price That Right'Or You wants town's to children provide with the a small playground antelope such will as be zebra exhibited deer and toegether. ai,4 99tf 311.1842WASH

to keep them off the .

Buy It From Us And Install Yourself And kiN finally. SR-18.found"the only acre - ua>i fcnofc m. ,.

of ground available In Graham"and

got the owner,a\Mr.Barnes,
SAVE BIG MONEY to agree to a reducecLprloe If

Don Brown the lot Is used for a playground.
However, the lot has a small

Winner Of G. E. road winding through It. Therein -

Dealer# Award Monogram R e "I ill Provide Plans.Supervision 1 And WarrantyCall For lay the a playground problem. the lot Is AndBAKE '

of no, use unless the road Is
rerouted around Its boundaries.
Service First Quality Alicayr The. County Commission was ,'
asked Monday to grade a new v-;; ....'

Or Business I, road No,around the commissioners the loC said Saturday 9 A.M. 5 P.M.i' "ai .,

Air Engineers Today, For, Frt Home, SurveyOf they could not spend county ** t IJ

funds for such a purpose. If Wash Outtld..Only $1.00(

Your (leafing' 'And Air Conditioning Requirements, that was Dave approved Shurord,pointed Commissioner out

; everyone In the county who Inside And Out $1.50
wants a road straightenedor
moved over to a properly;
line would be before the board Stark 'ex.C8
CALL 964-8O41 .a I
with the same re iesf.
"But I'm In sympathywiththe '. .
man wanting' a playground, "

Or Come In' And See Us A t. Our Office Next To Shuford one-flfth said of ,the adding cost be of will moving pay 231 N. Tempi Aye

Longthamp Homes On 301 ,South Of Starke. the commissioners road. One by one ed.the they other will Smyrna Seen sore*] By

Contractor Dave Fatilk, a CQIDmII.lonerelect Baptist. Church, Youth

was present.
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'!>fi E:.; An investment in Your KINGSLEY LAKE
\\I ." Future 'r '..-_.-.... ', BAPTIST CHURCH ',,",.'

,f.';'.., ,. tv : t :' :' Ing Union Sunday Worship, School 6:30 at p.m.10 11.ajn.; Training Evening Morn- t,I

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PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH "ror wneri I your arenas It, theft will your tart be ilso"
Paran Baptist Church Sunday School n-4S' Schedule of Services: LATTER DAY SAINTS HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH
/ near ajn. Ralford Road & Weldon St.
Grandin will hold Its 116th Anniversary Morning Worship 11 ajn. Sunday > Bible am.Even-. 1404 E. Bessent Road (Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- bunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Morning Worship II Family Home Sunday School -. 10 a.m.
and Homecoming on Evening Worship 7:30:: pun. Evening-Mon Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday
Sunday. Oct. 8, starting with Thursday night Prayer Mat' Ing All Worship 7 p.m. day.Primary Morning Worship 11 a.m. 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30: ( night Service at 6:30.:
Sundav School at 10 a.m., and ing 7:30 tun. other evenlng-8 p.m. Tuesday 4:30: p.m. training Union 6:30: p.m. -Charles Thomas pastor Wednesday night prayer
Morning Worship at 11. Rev. David Hodges Pastor Wednesday-, Relief Society, Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. meeting at 7:30.
W. M. Carmichael will be the 7:30.. Wednesday Night P.rayerSer- Cecil E.: Crawford Sr. Pas
speaker. SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30 pjn. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle M ''RGA; "rtOADPTISTCHIIHCH! tor.
There will be special music CHURCH CHURCH. STARKE Sunday- Priesthood,8:30 a.m. Packham pastor B\ !
and dinner will be served on 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Sunday School. 10:30: ( a.m.Eve- STARKE CHURCH
vices Holy Eucharist-- 8:30: a.m. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sac rement. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST OF CHRIST
Sunday School.
the grounds following the mornIng : School 10 a.m. Sunday 10 a.m. MornIng \ -
Minister service. A nursery will be Preaching 11 a.m.Training UnIon Sundays 3rd and 11 ajn. on lIt and Jesse D. Branson, Branch Sunday School, 10 a.m..Worship Worship at 11. Training Bible School 10 a.m. Wor-
provided. 5:45: Evening Sundays. President Service 11 a.m. Church ship Services II a.m. and
pjn. Worship, Union 6:30: ; Evening Service.
At First Baptist 7 p.m. Everyone welcome Morning Prayer-- II a.m., Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening 7:30.: ,- 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday -
2nd, 4th ; and 5th Sundays. Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: 7 Ladles Bible
-Wibur p.m.
Church In Starke ST EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Wednesday:: : Prayer and
MADISON STREET School -- 9:45 a.m. CHURCH, STARKE Meeting Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Class Thursday II a.m.Church
BAPTIST CHURCH Sundays. EYC 6 p.m. Sun- Father 7:30: p.m. located one block west on SR \
James Cregan --Rev. Hob Cooper, pastor,
! BAPTIST pastor Hcv.I.D.I Robinson 16. :
Rev James T. Brock formerly days.John Saturday Mass, 7
p.m. "
Sunday School 9:45 Morn- M. Flynn Rector. : .PII. Bell, minister
of Georgians. Ala. ; Mass 10
assumed Intersection of Highways 16 a.m. Holy Day Mass,
II his duties as pastor of Ing Worship at 11; Church (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne 7 P.m. BROODER BAPTIST CHURCH/ DliDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
the First Baptist Church of Training 6:15. Prayer Circle Confessions Saturday 6 BROODER, FLA. BROOKER rtNEHILL: CONGREGATIONAL'MCTHODLSr ;
Wells pastor NEW
Starke on September 21. 7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30. RIVER BAPTIST Rev. Jim Temple Sun- Sunday School !10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH
,I Monday Youth Choir Practice Sunday School 9:45; Morning Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng P.m.School ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 School
Mr. Brock Is ,a native of Service at 11. Evening Service, of Relgion: day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, Sunday 10 a.m. Morning -
i Montgomery Ala., whero he 7 p.m. 7:30 Wednesday Service 7:30 Union 11 ajn. Training Grade School Sunday 11 Superintendent. Training Union, p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Worship II a.m. Youth Ser-
was licensed and ordained to TuesdayBible Study 10 P.m. 8 7p.m. Evening Worship; a.m. to 12 noon. 6:43: Lowell Douglas Director -l1ev. Lacy Conway pastor vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship,
the ministry by'; the Clayton ,a.m. vice p.m.7:30 Wednesday Night ser High School -- Sunday, 7 Worship Services 11 a. 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Crlffls
Street Baptist Church. He is Wednesday Sunday School p.m. Everyone wel- P.m. m., 730.: Midweek Prayer Ser ,ILRRONN: BAPTIST pastor.h7NCSLEY.
Teachers come.
a graduate of Sidney Lanier and Officers MeetIng ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Jim vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
High School. Samford University 6:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting CHURCH MACCLENNY Countryman, pastor sic director. Sunday School 9:45 :: LAKE BAPTIST
and the New Orleans 7:30; Adult Choir Practice Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Morning Worship 11. Training: a.m. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Theological Seminary. His first Deacons Meeting 8:30.: Day Mass 5:30: pm. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Service Sunday School Union 6:30: ( -p.m. Evening Ser- Union 10.13: a.m.; Morning Worship -
pastorate began at the age of --Denton Sumrall pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, GREATER BETHLEHEM vice, 7:3: (). ,Midweek Prayer H a.m. Evening Worship
18, and his service has been Worship 11 a.m. Evening 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 FREE WILL AP'fL"'f ClIl'UCH Service 7:30 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30
continuous since that time lie FIRST UNITED JORDAN MISSIONARY Worship 7:30 pjn. Prayer P.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas Wednesday.: .Cuthbert
comes to Starke from Georgi- METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST MISSION Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. day 6.30; p.m. School 9:30: ; Morning Worship tor. Pastor
ana, Ala. where he was pastor U.S. 301 North behind Tas- -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor J.C. Brown, minister 11,; League 4 p.m. Night' Ser- Interim Pastor
of the First Baptist Church. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: tee Freez Drive In, Sunday vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams I
An impressiveinstallation Morning Worship at 11. Lay- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- pastor. '
new pastor was man's Day will be observed with p.m. Prayer HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
held during the evening worship the Laymen the Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes CHURCH LAWTEY FLA. HOLINESS! : CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.na. Morn p
service last Sunday. Itev. Rich- ; J.W. hitch presenting, Lay Leader.service day.Leroy Sunday School 10.m. Morning Schedule of services: Sunday LONG;; BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday ''School 9:45 a.m.; ing Worship II am.; Evening::
ard Barber Superintendent of Speakers will be David Jordan Olive pastor E.L. Worship U a.m. Evening School 10 a.m. Morning Wor CHURCH: !Morning Worship 11 a.m.'outh Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday
ship at 11. Evangelistic Sunday School 10 Morn- Service 6' Prayer Meeting and Bible Study,
Missions for the New River Youth Worker: Stan Keddlih. Grlffls. associate pastor. Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor Service a.m. p.m. Evening Wor '
Baptist Association served as President of Senior High MYF 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening ship 7 p.m.Tuesday /pm.'dung Peoples Meet-
master of ceremonies and pre- Randy Newland Youth Coordinator -; CHURCH OF GOD LAURA BAPTIST Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30: Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 ing every Monday, 7 p.m.

sented the local church council Sermon: "Who? Mel", 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School 9:49: a.m.Mor- tor.p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Kight, pas Everyone welcome. p.m.Itev. G.r. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
to the new pastor. Dr. J. II. The Youth Choir will also sing. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ning Worship U a.m. Evening Rev. Robert Halsten pastor \V.R. Chauncey, pastor welcome.

Avery Director of Work with Youth Choir Rehearsal 5 p.m.! Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek
National Baptists for the Ho- Junior and Senior High UMYItmeetings Evening 7 p.m Youth Night, ble Study Wednesday 7:30 p.
rids Baptist Convention presented 6 p.m. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer m.Be
Mr. Brock to" the con Monday Circle 2 will meetat Meeting, Friday. 7:30: p.m. la church Sunday.
gregation. The service closed the home of Mrs.L.J.Green --Rev. M.E. Fussell, pastor. Loiter Austin[ pastor.P1'E
with an impressive candlelight- 3:30 p.m.; AdministrativeBoard ryQ.ayLowPrice very Day LowPrice
Ing ceremony with the keynote 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCNSTARKE
of dedication Tuesday Circle 4 will meetat
Mr. Brock Is married to the the home of Mrs.T.H.Slade.. Sunday school 1U a.m. MornIng FLORIDA GRADE'A'FRESH Pantry

former Linda Whetstone of Titus 10 ajn.Circle 3 will be announc- Sunday School 9:45: Morn- Worship H a.m.. fre ser ,REGULAR GRIND t
Ala. and they are the parents ed later; Wesleyan Service Ing Worship at 11;sermon, "The verces People and Booster Prayer Band Service Young) Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
of a 16 year old daughter Guild will meet in Fellowship Name of Jesus";Church TrainIng ,
Lithe\ .Ruth. MriVlBrock; \ has Hall for a planning session 7:30: 6:15; Evening Worship, Midweek pm. Evening Service Worship Wednesday 7 P.m. -

already started employmentwith 7:30; sermon, "At the Lord's = SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S
7:30 Rev John Strickland
the Florida Hank at Starke. p.m.Wednesday Circle I will Table." FRYERS 0FFISTEAKS
Pastor. ,
and Ullle Ruth ,la studentat
a meet In Fellowship Hall 10 Monday- Youth Choir Prac
Bradford lUg!)) School. The a.m.j: Mid-Week Prayer Group, tice, 7 p.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST 320 S. WALNUT ST.
family will reside In the church 7:30 p.m.; Chancel Choir Rehearsal TuesdayHelen Masters CHURCH

pastorlum at 336 N. Walnut 7:30 pum. Group meets at the c i .
church Sunday School 10 LB
a.m. MornIng ''' '
; 33 .
Street In Starke. --Rev. Ceo. L. Harper pas- 9:30 Ida Darby Group 5 9 :-I' o u..ru ./1-VU. .L.MY
a.m. ;
.. ; Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study;\ WHOLE .' ... .
i ... -tor. .. meets ..at the home of Mrs. 6:30 LB '0. _"' .... _
p.m.; Evening! Service 7:30 .2,.,PED BAG .. BACK
Service&HeidaiM J. A. Griffin 2:30 p.m.; Lo- p.m. J' h'I i / reaepfeadioxtrW/ /
., **". ** Held rena Epperson Group meetsat Wednesday.Prayer' land at .s"11..1. M .. .. .'.....01 _. : U.S.D.I. f 000 STUMP I
For Mrs:' Stricland > the Jiome ot Mrs. Merritt Bible Study 7:30jp.m.: : COUPONS .
For Mrs. Thecae Williams 3 P".m; Young Musicians Melvin '
Hamel Pastor
In ,Ellen lon, Fla. Music Makers Choir CENTER CUT I BONELESS: ? I Ii
Retired TeacherFuneral Practices at 3:30; G. A., 4:15 /rflrDAY SWEET A MELLOW
services were new Lottie Moon Group meets at Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- SIRLOIN! O I ; ::' ROUnD i Golden Ripe / ,!
Saturday at 2 p.m for Mrs. Mrs. Loulebelle Moore the church; Brownlee Group ing Worship U. Training Union.
Eva Strickland at the Mansion meets at the home of Mrs. I
Thede, 79, of Lawtey died Friday 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: ,
Memorial Cemetery In Ellen- Sept. 29. In a Starke hos- M. A. Payne; Ethel Biggs Group Pastor I STEAK BANANAS
ton. meets at the home of Mrs Rev Jim Black,
pital after a short !jilness. She i
Mrs. Strickland died on Sep- Vernon Silcox-all at 7:30 p.m
In Carolina
was born South on
tember 28 In Manatee Memorial Jan. 9, 1893. the of WednesdayFamily Night :
after'' In 111 MeetIng GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH $
Hospital being Supper 6 Prayer
p.m. -
the late Dr. George W, and ;
health for several years. She Minnie Smoak Btow .. R. A. Meeting 6:30: p.m.; HIGHWAY .S-10\ 0AMorn 129$119I 10c

was faith a member of the Baptist, She was a gr aduate of Stet- Teachers, 7:15; Church and Officers Choir MeetIng Practice -- Worship,II;.TralningkUnion CEJ ; lY'esh;
LB .
University and Florida Southern
son 7 Evening Wednesday
Mrs. Strickland was born In 8 p.m.. : Worship, 8. _
Waldo on Nov 24, .1892, the College and taught In -James T. Brock, pastor Prayer Meeting 7:30. ____
daughter of Emmett and Annie the public school system In Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr..pastor -
Florida for over 40 years before .
Davis Aultman. Most of ,* UAHIM I
her retirement. She wasa CHUCK POT SLICED 1/4
her life was spent in Bradford member of the Ortega First The hlllo hoiluuii the I CHUCK GROUND
County at Graham. For the United Methodist Church of block' says hU mother I li mm.. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -" -I ROAST PORK LOINCHOPS
last 30 years she has made Jacksonville and a member of of llioif fond. tad fic.ll-,. win Sunday School. 9:40 ,.m. BOAST '
her home In Nichols and Win- Kappa Delta Phi and Delta Kap-, believes in 11II HOI I'I It ..\\r\rit\ Morning Worship 11 a.m.outh ,KMI KM TO!:l fMj (
ter Haven. pa Gamma sororities stuff Knelt m |nillin>( the I ,.pin., Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice g1wu. .
Surviving are her husband, ach before the Ice U'CMIII.; Wednesday 8 p.m. '
James '
Surviving are two sons, ILI.
Elijah Strickland;'.two sisters. .. 4Lpla; tLIID; ;
T. Moore, of Starke and George
Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham

and Gainesville Mrs. florrie; three sons McKInney Willie, brothers.Moore Mlddletown Dr. G. W.Ohio Brown; two Mott's \\mnta \ ;COLD LAUNDRY

of Fort McCoy; Clyde of Miami Tallahassee; and Clifton Brown VIVA III*HM11 DETERGENT
Starke five and
; and J. B., of Gainesville; two great-grandchildren. Sincere Thanks 1
three daughters Mrs. Nellie
Funeral services held
Reynolds of Cltra; Mrs. Lout at 10 a.m Monday at Jones 1 TOWELS/:::
Ise Clements, Panama City Memorial Chapel with Rev !
and Mrs. Myrtle Coker of El-and George L. Harper officiating. To All Who Have Assisted The Crosby Lake Cemetery \O\ j PRINTS OR ASST. COLORS
lenton 20 grandchildren I
; Interment was In Crosby Lake Maintenance Fund By Requesting That Con, 1
12 great-grandchildren. !I

of Grlfflth-Cllne Bradenton was Funeral In charge Home of of Cemetery DeWitt under C. Jones the direction Funeral tributlons Bo Made For Care Of The Cemetery AsA 32oz 29C GIANT 9 i $1 ft9

arrangements.The Home Lasting Memorial For A Deceased Friend Or JARIRISH ROLLS ,17101onusBuV .
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Game of Lire Is a lot When a man turns up at the

like football. In that you can banquet In the very latest for >EvcryDayLowrPrkc

be forgiven your fumbles U mal apparel, it.i a tip-off that Your Thoughtfulness Has Greatly Assisted ThoComot.ry tIDDELICIOUS ... ; *;;cpuNtr.Pantry

you recover them. he's rented it. Fund And Ha Enabled U. To Keep GREEN Prld* :

'-" 'Si' I""SII" ""at '" ,S.'.,." ',..'.," ., The Cemetery In Better Condition Than Would

Have Been Possible Without These Memorial

SING AND CHICKEN SUPPER Contributions. 4.-.4S 0-

Pine Hill (.M. ChurchON We Hop. That Others Will Follow Your ExampleAnd COMPARE_! :4'9c,,: :. 1 I BANQUET' 'CONO"IIOUN I I DELIGHT DIET OR HALVES SLICES

Will Continue Suave Hair o.'O
Requesting That Memorials Be Spray ,

BROWNLEE ROAD STARKE Made To The Cemetery Fund When The OccasionArises. Hair Spray IU"';o Ct:?o:.'", 49c 1N.1. DINNERS i YELLOW CLING

..*.* 1201 'ACAIION'' a CHIISI-11 s.. AQMITTI'a
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th Holsum Peanut Butter ", 75 1 1

Such Contributions Are A Permanent Expression Potato Chips ",::::?" 38c I rrtsracr

Of Lasting Sympathy, And Will; Greatly Assist 3/4/9
In RiceARoniChinatown t"IC ff/rrfcrr/ !
.:. :,: 3/l/ I
Proceed To B. Used For Building Fund To Build Sunday Maintaining Crosby Lake Cemetery As A Beauti .

School Room. Supper Will B. Sold At $1.00 A Plate For ful And Dignified Resting Place For Departed Rice, w" en. 39c 1

Adults And 50* For All Children Under 12 Years Of A,.. Loved Ones.Memorial _

Supper Will B. Delivered Per Thote Who Cannot Attend.All .

Cells For Supper Te B. Delivered Mutt Be In By 4:30P.M..October : Contributions PILLSBURY CHOCOLATE PArnrriAKC .
Be Mailed
14th. Copt*: MAS, ; (ANS NESTLE'S
Box 57, Starke Fla., And The Family Of Th. .ooo e ,
CALL '964-6611 Deceased Will Be Notified Of Yeur Action On

An Appropriate! Cord Of Acknowledgement. e

Per Tho. Who Will Be There Th. Supp.r And Sing WE THANK YOU .

Will At 6.30 P.M. And Last Until 10:30 P.M." i
Start errDvLawPrke| IhrcryOeylewPrke IvcrvDiykewPrkeBRECK raryDeyLowPrke IveryDtylowPrk. IveryOeyLowPrke InryDayLPrb
Crosby Lake CemotoryAsisditlon WALT IMOS-ETE ANGEL FOOD ICING Sill

Come One. Come A W. Inc. PAST TOOTHBftUSM DISNEY to SATIN earao ,. TINY 10 .llas.I,0 JUICE BAR CAKE R3READ' ". ;,

-.. :I Ii i 49c ,-:*.-4/'l Tt.E3/.1 ,...4/1 B/89 '41 is 22c

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Ballot. For The Year 1902 ,I hay, n ,


Now that the 1972 Democratic Bradford County/; at that time L W. Plnhofstor, farmer of also In the'House of :Representatives. fo.-.J... WHY 1 CANNOT
of history also Included the area that Is of the Brooker section VOTE FOR NIXON
primaries are a matter OFF" ICL1I. IIM.I.OT. White,
now County.
It Is Interesting to see Emra P. Ward alaoof Brooker For Tax Collector,) J.P.Ben- .Itcntncr.ilic. I'rlmiry. h 1 ''oH:'lon, I shall and must vote for
this ballot of the "White Democratic Several of t the names of candidates and the man for whom the nett, who later gave up) tills office A. .IX root Precinct No. 6, George McCovern; in order to
Primary Election, for IIr.,"',''rtl' County. Make cront i,
for county/; offices are original settlement of Brooker to run for Sheriff against keep my conscience clear andperformmytidutr
Bradford County In the year mnrk (X) beforehe name of the I
familiar to older residents. first called Ward City was Everett Johns He was elected /; to my'country -
1902. c.inJuUie ( choice.
Some of these are: named. Sheriff, but later committed ymir and DIJi feUoMrlan.

This ballot Is one of several suicide while in office. l-'nr United Stales Senator: Who can-'approve of Nixon's
which were found by City Clerk D.M. Gornto, an early.Starke These four men were all running Vole for On. slush fund from California millionaires -
attorney for the House of Represen- The office of County, Treasurer which was ,exposed
Merrill Edwards among the papers STKI'H I IiN R. MAI.l.ORY
abolished but
left by Ms father the late tatives. has been four when he ran for vice: president -
Baylus Edwards, who was a rural A.V. Long, another Starke For Tax Assessor, N.D., men were running_for the post For Kf|"reciuutive in Congress: ,. ; his ruination of H.l.I\Ga-
One of them J.S. 2il 'nnllcu..nal. Districts
in ,
mall carrier In Bradford attorney and later a Circuit Walnwrlght of Starke, who served 1902. Vole began Douglas,. a fine woman,
owned big farm In Ion line.
County for Judge and Federal Judge.eoiTORlALS! Insinuatingshe. was a Communist -
; many years. 32 years In this office, and the Brooklyn section of Brad- ROUT W. DAVISFor by
Howard Hughes loanto
ford County near the present Justice: at Ihe :Supreme> Court: Nixon's; brother of $225 000
S '
....... -
town of Keystone Heights
Vote (for One. Safety Awards Presented when Nixon was vice president,

For County Commissioner, WILLIAM A. MOCKER with a gag station worth a few

Dist. 2: A.D. Andrews of Ral- JOSEPH a WALL dollars asnsecurityj= the nasty;
ford who later served both Four Hayes, who presented the temper 'he showed to newspaper -
For bccrcUry of bidet personnel Forest Banger \Wayne reporters when\ he lost
... In the"Senate and, the Houseof Vote 'for One.H. ;
'' Wall four safe
Representatives.,. J sented Sr., years the governbrshipofCalifornia;
CLAY CRAWFORD Awards record;Jack< W. Pearce the I.T.T. case; the Watergate
For County loner. Fur Comptroller: years; Earl Dobbs, 11 burglary of Democratic Headquarters -
Dist. 4: L. D. (Lawrence) Wall, Vote for One. .; and Henry Tomllnson," ; the San Diego Incometax
father of the late Will Wall and A. C.CKOOMl7j. rest year. evaslont: case Nixon's De-
grandfather of the late HaroldC. : :-McCALL partment Agriculture'tipping
Wall. ------- off the big 'grain dealers about
Get It Off Your Chest For Railroad CommUpioner: 'r- 1I the Russian, wheat deal before
VOle for Two.
For County; '
announcing to the farmersand
5: Angus Hall Hampton JEFFERSON.: : B BROWNK News bakers;the deliberate and

Most people like to "get things Ideas. may be abusive or even libelousand farmer and cattleman.For HUDSON BURR ; ; definite promise of ending the I

off their chest"occasionally, and under cannot be printed for that reason. School Board, Dist. 1: HKNRY! E: UAYJNU. Taylor Vietnam Warj whenwe now have I

our constitutional guarantees of freedom Sometimes the writer, for one reason L. W.' Klckllter, farmer and G. WARD .the greatest assembled naval In and modern Air Force history
ever -
they can do just that. or another, falls to sign his name, east Baptist of preacher Starke and who served lived on ".N. WHIT NER National Our Cow-Calf Clinic for ; murdering Innocent women -
and'most newspapers refuse to print the School Board for many For Member of Home' Kepre. 1-7, Is cattlemen and children in both North
was highly suc
One of the best outlets for pent- anonymous letters, unless they have years, as well as In the Leg entutUesi prove and and South.Vietnam, one of the
up opinions and/or emotions is the the name and address of the writeron islature. Vote for Two. "ford most horrible slaughters that
time-honored "letter to the editor," file. 1 O. M GORNTO Ten cattlemen from Bradford ever took place, In the historyof
learnedto D.W. Plnholster, candidatefor J. L HILLA. Joined about 75 other manklnd.it:
and many of our readers have ;
Add to this the fact that Nix-
School Board Dist. 3,was a Day A '
take advantage of this free forum. It is that V. LONG: cattlemen for a full d., *
Important people read farmer from the Brooker sec ti.aklng in Palatka last Wed- on has vetoed every health bill
their newspapers with understanding, tion. 1, W. r-INUOLSfER: RTW youth Cattlemen were brought and education bill that he could

The letter to the editor has become .think' for themselves and then take EMRA .P. WARD terest on the latest rec especially those that providedfor

a time-honored way of givingone' responsible action when they believeIt stabls. .For Tax Assessor: have not on forage pro- vocational more medical education.doctors He> has and

views and ideas on everythingfrom necessary If only to get it off Vole for One. 4-H pasture Insects and threatened to veto the Social ,
the fattier of Mallle Jones who Involving
presidential candidates to the their N. D. WAINR1CHT' ...., general herd health, I
chest with a letter to the editor was also ,an early officer of adults Security Increases and was
Since the selection culling and se- forced tai,sign them by Congress I
neighbor's howling dogs. the law. For Tax Collector: of herd replacements, -
time of the first colonial newspaper, October 8-14 is National NewspaperWeek Vole for cial other management attaching them to some I
It la noted that the traditional One.'J., P.nENNKTT' prac- legislation he had to have.
it has been of .
an Important part our and a most fitting way to mark program.'D. ..
X was placed In front of Each of ; Our present President has
free society 'and our free Its observance would be to fire offa "For Treasurers.
; press.
the name on this ballot, whereas Vote for One. H Clubs had about a< 90 billion dollar
letter to the editor on some sub- today the X Is marked following C. P. CASONJ. Members Several cattlemen remarked deficit In three'years; has also
Unfortunately, 'all letters to the ject in which you are vitally Interested. the name.FRESH H word the meeting that the pro- vetoed all child care and wel-
editor cannot be printed although Take advantage of this priceless J., H. HOWLING and are was well worth their time. fare bills.. He sent a pet dog

most of them do find their way Into right to share freedom of the press- J. S. GKINICRJ : club members Is another are already clinic'next under fall way, plane to California attached on to an t the Air Force White

type.; Sometimes space Is lacking, and but be sure and remember to sign your s '. J J..W.. NICHOLS and asking possibly' one next spring. House. .

publication of letters must be post- namel! # !E, 5 wo..s. >.i .For Co. Commtas'oner: dist. No. I: 4-H Nixon's i economic policy: has

poned. Occasionally, the words andIV Vole for One. been a complete flop and everyone -
j- R. G. WARE At .. should'.know It, If they do
For Co. Commiskioner, d.... No. a: ized ; no Checkvyour expenses In
Vote for On over 200 1968 and compare them with
A I). ANDRKWS Brooker We have been notified that 1972. You know u well as

I Upgrading Our Graded Roads APPLES Vole For I Co for oincr.imiiiiicr One. dist. No j: Starke.and ; verified. been identified case of screwworms from a cow I,; that long the before pay envelops your expensesare Is empty -

are ;)' the Sebring area. At.the paid because of Nixon's
Fresh apples, the feature of
J S 1IKNNETTi .. time USDA task
the U.S., Department of Agri. 75 a fore terrific inflationary,pracUee..
1 r A ; culture's (USDA) plentiful, T I'KARCK"smoner terest on the scene and 1.6 million I have scarcely scratched: thesurface. .
dirt road for But Monday afternoon '- flies have already been
Having lived on a P -" Lawtey ,Everyone knows that
foods list for October are exActed tlisl. No 4: ""*** "
years, It is noN secret to us why mission hit on the idea, of covering ,, to be priced attractively \ I ,,'j rnu j. i '.member j y ;I; .tW a poDiof.rr.50a.ftt, 2.000'peopl ><< jcan.t.
Bf' 1ford's rural;: residents complain-" I use;\onA'"road"with" a layer''of; 'l1niei"'t1<;tL for consumers. Other plentiful -. Ua! ... T. ..1., nifWAM/ ..tNr niiaceurate: .. account >/.1'..

every 'time It rains hard,. It Is, indeed, two to three inches thick and work-, on the October'list are .l-nr Co C:,.nnnis.iii. erdint.. No.. 5:: tween 4-H Is the We have been asked" to '< or will estimate;.of The how an election
an Inconvenience to be unable to get in* it into the sand It is thought canned applesauce and apple Vole I for Ouo., 'I. County. folks urge polls have.
to been
; Inspect any ani- never anywhere near correct -
Juice broiler-fryers turkeys, ANGUS:; HAM
In and out of .your property; with an this would stabilize a sand road. eggs, rice dry beans and wheat an ., especially livestock,very In years. The persons
automobile. ttt\3\ products. Fur Member', rwliool 'lloarJdistrictNo who are for wounds and any participating In these polls are
So an experiment will be carriedout i: time and of worms. Let me paid Just ;the.:same. Let's out-

We've seen' the time when a farm on the Sampson Lake Road from ThrougtHa monthly! UuI Vote for One reach immediately If worms are law the polls., They are unfair -
SR-100 toward the Sampson Lake boat foods list, USDA's Agricultural I- W. KIC'KI.ITKR. : : you are We will send any larvae to the American people.
tractor was the only vehicle the family (AMS) with our for positive Identification., Vote
Marketing Service tells or Member:btbool: :' Vwvd.,district McGov.rnIf you are
owned that would get us to the hard ramp. That road is one of the worstin shoppers which foods are expected No. a. resource are one thing that Interested In putting a good

road. We've' sworn we'd never again the county to maintain. It is often to be In unusually large Vote for One. We will cannot afford to have re- Christian man.! In,oenc:...

live on a "dirt" road, but live on covered by water. When water isn't supply The foods listed are n. F. GAINJ.V: In the 4-H I; ..XrYernonEoilnIf'Starke): :

one today we do, simply because a the problem the sand is. sometimes economical buys. .H.. C. I'liKPLES I Fla.

town "born and bred" wife fell In Apples in October will be at For Vember: School Poard, district .
love with a certain spot of ground It will cost between $600 and $800to the peak of flavor, for bakingor No. 3:
and said living on a dirt road "couldn't have lime rock hauled over about making pies and for snack- Vote for One.

be that bad." .two miles of the road. In our opinion, ing. Applesauce la delicious- P. W.: PINHOLSTER The best time to read
whether served hot ,
it will be money well spent. or cold I'i Constable, district No. 6i:
She's seen how bad it can be. '" and most folks enjoy the refreshing Vote for One. '

All we'd need to make It really "nice" .$ If the lime rock really will stabilizea taste. of apple Juice. e..1 .1. N JONES our free economy bookletsis

is a couple of miles of dirt road 'dirt road for comparatively longer Broiler-fryers and turkeysare -

instead of a quarter mile, which the 'periods of time a systematic approach among the most reasonably and
priced of the high protein foods. Takes between 4 8
Fires Toll tonight
county; grades every time you turn i, could see the county; attack the worst And after being used for the

around. ,of the grades,' doing them as money' main meal both make popular"leftovens Of 3,000 U.S. i
permits each year. ." Eggs are another II

Times have changed. Nowadays the of the high protein low cost Children YearlyFire .
county; road department's maintenance We couldn't help but agree with foods, which can be eaten hot i "

of graded roads has Improved immensely 'the commissioner who voiced the or cold at any meal. Mils approximately

,' Our road department and .thought Monday of how many tons of Rice la also a nutritious food 3,000 youngsters In the U.S. V
Improved drainage now keep graded limerock could be hauled with the which 'can be used In many annually, and one-third of those
$40,000 the commission has been thlnk- ways. It makes a tasty side killed are left unattended when
the worst
In all but
dish and blends well with a firs strikes, says/ the Insurance
conditions. Remember how quickly the J IX trig, about using to purchase two 10- variety; of other foods., Information Institute.
roads were made passable again after j' ''wheel dump trucks' that would haul Dry beans can be used In many I

the recent mini-flood? 14 cubic yards ,of gravel at one time, different recipes. They're par Children should never be left .

but also weigh, loaded, ,36 tons. Fur. ticularly good for soups and In the home without responsible ,. .

,. becauseour chase of the trucks was left in question casseroles. supervision warns the 1.1.- ,
It's a good thing, too Wheat products arson USDA's I. Well over half the fatal
changing times have brought to Monday'after the Commission plentiful foods list Just In time fires In this country occur In \ "
the same old dirt roads greatly increased considered what they would do to the to celebrate the nationally-ob the home, and children are most '.1 "
roads and wooden likely to become victims of entrapment Ij ''II ,,' 11.. .
amounts of traffic. county's graded served Day of. .BneadonOctoberEconomyminded ,1/. : '.
3. If adults are not present I "I '
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food to guide their escape., .4,: '
shop '.
Thus It has been heartening in
pen look for the familiar PF ('" .,.,,)... \ "',
recent months to hear the county; com- Improvement of the county's; system symbol which some supermarkets Children have a natural curiosity -
improve of graded roads would be of as about fire. 'To them u
mission talk of finding ways to are beriming to use In ; ,
the roads. First there was talk much service to rural residents as their advertising to point out matches are a dellghful toy 1'1//& ,. ,..,: ...;,

of experiments with a .type; of Inexpensive anything we can thing of. We urge the pl.ntllulfood. of the month" yet unknowingly a dangerous ::',\!{fJIf;, :.i.. : ,,
paving for rural roads of the Commission to continue Its search Watch for It when you shop-" one. .,. .

putting a mixture of ,tar and rock for ways to make the roads more ICs sometimes the mark of of money-saving plenty, and The Institute. urges all parents .. .'' ,,

down etc maintenance free and better to trav food values, to teach their children "';!(1"
el. this Fire Prevention Week ".

'Ii .: We have had several request October 8-14. that fire Is no" ,,' 1 .t... ....!"",
toy it burns. .
'. 'n w about the care of Iron sfcUleU! f \ t. j f.ro" '"

WASH AND DRY Although the federal law banning ..1"1.
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wr"" mON SKILLETS flammable nightgowns for .. .... .' i 1\.. 11" I.'".'... '.' '
Iron skillets should not lie children hM now gone Into ef '; .

The Bradford left to air dry after washing.' feet It will not save the lives .
ltp It Is moisture that causes rust of many children who still have : .. ,,' .
,f r .4That's
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.. whether the skillet la sawn.. ,tttt traditional sleepwear unless r "''' .', 1 '."**' I. ';.
ell or not.;; After washing and towel parents act now to .purchase \ ... >. '-1"" j J' '\(
ESTABLISHED 1S79!& : Z4( drying an Iron skillet,. to the new nightwear ) "
sure it la completely dry by

i U)' putting It on the rang over the .. itt :
tl" .. pilot light with Saving the children requires
or, an electric when lot of
everyone uses a electricity
FiORI A Tour Joy no one taketh range on very low beat for a' that none of the familiar safeguards at the time. It's also when '
> P.RESSI from few 1I1InI*.. This procedure against, fire be relaxed same you can help lessen '.
I away you. "cooks" all moisture :: the chances of a power shortage (and save your- I
out help
A'.S T\O.N\ 1 : .'. -(John 14:22)). ing to rust. self some money too) by using less electricity. And

./\"J Should putt appear', scrub,: Arrange for a responsibleadult it's a great time to sit back relax and read our two
\". ) 1 w 1 Being happy .la one proof four away .the blemishes with soap or .....lIPr to stay with free economy booklets. er w ?"

'- I", trust in Cod.If we really or detergent and a. scourbfg the children when you go out. Both are jam-packed with cost-saving ways to 4s
believe in Him then no matter pad or brush An Iron skillet economize on your electric conditioner and other \

E.L. MATTHEWS, E..I'.r.P..llth.r. what is wrong, no matter should six months be seaaaaed at toast Educate you children in the. major electric appliances. ,, het 7

'u."lh...' .eck Tlmrs ly .n..| ...,.,..* .. S.c.W. what problems confront U'. very tt In frequent...,. more To do often this. proper toward Ore.thinking and behavior Pick up your free copies at any FPL office. Or at ,
Class.Matter' el .... P... Office e. fc.,lie, .,1''". no matter what the outlookwe first wash carefully, rinse ant, lOur appliance dealer.
"..J., Acr.f March will not brood over them ;:
3re1. 1$7l. 4.'u 1 cu ; dry. Then liberally coat .the. .
S L.ecrll tiear|I. trf.1* ....I:,',,1 I y..!. J4.00; Outside we will be happy the knowledge Inside with vegirUbl oil or Seek out tboee'1In o'i ....\.

tree *recs 1 y..,. ,SP. /.00 that God will guard ua shortening and neat so feat .the sleepwear that meet the newflamresistanc Please use less'eIectifcity between 4 and 8 tonight..

and help ua through trying oil permeates. the foray MiW. e' tpdrr, .-- '
times. face. menta.

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';' .it: Greetings! from your Roll- Ing. This class will be held So on they go. In their own
,, r-. By.Elltab TerrttCHURCIISCHEDULES ing-Reporter once a week. In a home In stubborn way
.' ; & Many thoughts run throughmy this area, and everyone is Invited And If you ask them what.if
ton Futch, of Stark. N.ewsB mind as I begin this col to attend each or any they die?
AND ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Nor- Mr. and Mrs.Harold Barfleld. umn. Another summer has come meeting. I don't have all the "Oh I'll straighten out before
Grace United Methodist: Sunday man of Chiefland visited their of Punter Springs! Ca., visited and gone, with all Its thrills details worked out yet, but I'll that happens!
School, 9:45: Worship Services parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman their parents at St. Vincent's Joys excitements and happy let you know more when everything That's the standard reply.
II turn:; and 8 p.m.;MYF, Norman. on Thursday. Hospital In Jacksonville on ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER times. We always enjoy visit- is set. Anyone, Interested
7 pjn. Monday. Choir'Practice Mrs. Raymond Williams, of Thursday.. ing with friends and loved ones in attending this class Is Most people plan to get right
7:30 pjn.Homecoming. Jacksonville, visited her,bro- Mrs. Charles Cowan and son, who come to visit us while on welcome to call: me 475-1612.. with the Lord
at the Church ther-in-law and sister, Mr and Bryan, were dinner guests of DELL CHAPTER OES nght,i'rayer Band will meet at vacation, and In this respect, I'll be glad to hear from you.I But they're not ready today. ,
will be obwrved Oct 15. Rev Mrs. O. J. Boyette, on Satur Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its the home of Mrs. Louise Lin- we sometimes find ourselves would appreciate the pray- And oh my friend, if they should :
Don Denton will bring the message. and Mrs. Edith Swlnney on regular meeting Thursday, Oct. sey. ,Friday the Senior Choir wishing that summer would last ers of all who are on Praying die before
Friends of the churchare day.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Wllker-i Saturday. 5, at 8 p.m. In the Masonic Hallon wUl sell dinners from the kitchen all year. Grounds with God concerningthe What a terrible price they'll
Invited. Dinner 'will be son; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor Mrs. James R. Norman and Brownlee Street. All mem- ., Sunday services will begin With the end of Summer, we class, that His blessingwill Pay.
served at noon. and daughors; Mr, and Mrs sons, and Nora Starling were bers are asked to please be with Sunday School at 9:30.: see the vacationers and visitors be upon It Please let me
The Men of the Church will Carl Norman and sons; Mr guests of her aunt, Mrs. Edna present and on time.PALLBEARERS Morning service at II a.m. League all pack up and go home, hear from you soon, okay? Eternity in Hell ,awaits the
conduct a Whit Elephant Auc- and Mrs. James Norman and Harvey, of Seville on Saturday.Mrs. at ,,,4 p.m. Evening service and everything gets quiet a- In this, my last column, I lost,
tion Sale at Priest i former sons; and Mr. and Mrs. Kight .. Bonnie Cox of Mac- NO. 290' 6 p.m. round here. No more boats want to extend a personal Invitation It you'd Just believe me some
Gulf Station at 8 pja. Saturday, of Palatka, gathered at the home clenny spent last weekend with Pallbearers No. 290 will hold Ebene'zer' Baptist Church Rev running back and forth no more to each and everyone how. '
Oct. 7.,, of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Crlf- her aunt, Mrs. Elva Reddish. its regular meeting October 12' Leroy Davis pastor. Bible skiers, no more children shout- of you to come out to our revival You'd fall on your knees, confess -
tie on Sunday for a dinner honoring -' Rev. and Mrs. Storey, of at 8 p.m. at Greater Allen Cha- Class each Tuesday night with Ing and placing around in the services which will begin you're a sinner,
Highland Baptist,, Church: Mrs. Grlffls on her birth- Marietta Ca., visited their parents pel AME Church. The presi- Rev. Pavls instructor. Prayer water. You know, living on the October.A 9, and will run And beg Christ to Save you
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. Wor- day anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Ro- dent is asking all members to Meeting each Thursday night., lake Is like a lot of other a week. Bro. John Hull will be right now!
ship Services. 11 ajn. and 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyetteand bertson and Mrs.Edith Swlnney. please be present and on time. Sunday School will terminate the things, it's a lot more enjoyable here again, and I'm sure jou'll *
p.m. 'Prayer Meeting! ,Wednesday children of Starke spent Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker and Business of vital importance. services for Sunday. Regular when you can share it receive a blessing If you come Women' don't understand
7:3U:: pan.followed by Choir Sunday with their brother and daughters, of Sanford, spent services will be held ,Sunday with others. I really get a out. We have had Brother Hull rlrctronivs. Some gives will
Practice. sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs.O. Sunday with their brother and Oct. 8.Thrifty. kick out of seeing little children with us on two previous occasions wen tell their husband that
J. Boyette. sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. SCHOOL :NEWS playing In the lake. It and he's truly a man the football roach rant hearthe
PERSONALS, Mrs. Sidney HarblnofClarks- Earl Teston and family. Adult Classes are open In just seems like they enjoj It of God who preaches the pure alh ice LlI" 'f. shouting "!
Friends of Mrs., Daisy Boch ton, Ga. spent a week recentlywith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dlnkins Lawtey and Starke for all adults more than anyone, else. word of God. Vail comet I In the TV m-ieen.
regret to learn that she entered her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. and David, of St. Augustine, Interested In improving them Answer To Something that comes along fact, we'd be happy to have
St. Vincents'. Hospital L. Barfleld ,,and other re- spent the weekend with their selves, getting a better job, or with Hinter\ and Fall, Is a lack VOU loin In wornliln with n..
Jacksonville on Sunday and had latives. parents, Mrs. P.L. Dlnkins, and working toward a diploma. For Filtered of news around a lake.For quite any time you can make !it.
surgery on, Monday. We wish Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North Mr. and Mrs. Bud Carter. Information call the \c-Tec, Water Need some time now, 1 have been That's at the Hampton Baptist 301
for her ,a speedy i recovery.,, and children of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newell" 964-6150. contemplating resigning as your Church, where Christ and Ills
Friend of H. L. Barfield regret and Mrs. Edith Swlnney gathered are spending sometime with Rolling-Reporter The Job has Sen Ice come Clrst.'ell .
to ,learn that he had to at the home of Mr. and their Mother, Mrs.Walter Mar- 6j become more of a burden to I guess I've closed the DRIVEIN
St. Vincent's Hospital -'' Mrs.' S. L. Swindell tin and other relatives. CIltRCn"E'S: :
return to on Sundayfor me and my Mother, rather thanan Indian Reach !News\: well over
In Jacksonville for fur- a dinner honoring Mrs. Miss Esther Mason and !Miss The Church of God In Christ .' enjoyable job. Besides all 200 times in the past, but It's
ther treatments. lie hopes to Swindell on her birthday an- Minnie Burnette, of Jacksonville will sponsor a Prayer ShoutIn the time It takes me to type: a little different tills time. I Show Begins At Sundown
return home soon. niversary.Joe \ visited Miss Arthurlne October 9 beginning at 10:30.: 4 out the news (due to my slow hadn't really I given any thought
Sympathy of the (community Blanchard on Friday afternoon. The Theme: Work While It "need of toping one letter at to how I would end this, column -
Is extended to the relatives Raulerson,his sister} Annie The Kelley Family Reunionwas Is Yet Day For Night Cometh a time b.\ using a pencil), It but just now 1 have an Friday & Saturday .
of David Durban who passed Cox, and niece, all of Jacksonville held at the home of Mr. when !No\: Man 'Ihe takes up a good portion of urge to close with a bit of ..
away on Wednesday of last week; spent Thursday and and Mrs. Morris Kelley on Sun public Is Invited to attend, and (f :Mama's time calling and get- poetry inspired b)' a song, I ".H'M.' '|II"I, ,." ..,,t.,
and also to the, relatives of Friday with Mrs. I..P, Kafuse. day. There were approximately take part. Pastor, Elder D.R. ting tile news up tor me. t>o heard at Homecoming .Ser- 11111111'1'1"'I / I V
Mrs. Louie Belle Thede, who Williams. after considering all lIngs Involved vices at Grace l Baptist Church ThePossession
passed away on Friday. '' Greater Allen Chapel AME I've decided to resign yesterday. 'So until we meet
Mrs. Glenn Williamson of Church, Rev. C.L.!:: Jenkins pas- as of this 'neck. If tiler's anyone again: "May you let! the Lord tIh
Macclenny: spent Thursday with tor. The church and pastoranniversary reading tills column who have His in "
I .tl way jour life. j of JoelDelaney
her-'mother, Mrs.,-Troy''Den started Monday would like to write the Indian
nett.Mr. : SlOPpy SAYSi night with service rendered by ur; !Beach News, I'm sure :Mr. :Mattiiens DON'TVYIT: TOO I..VIT.: (
and Mrs. W.)J.Hosler- Elder D.K.illlams and con- at the Telegraph! office .
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and family of Fort lauderdale ("'\ ,.., gregation. Services were ren- Aqua,Klern. n new lifetime would be glad to talk to jous This old world keeps turning, ,
", dered nightlj.! I'rldaj night, "I 00'I '
spent the weekend with their OooJ home Wilier filter provides! a .\ for m.plans, for one People running here and theie. I "I ,"
parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ilex Leroy Davis will deliver thrifty solution, to the cry fur UiiiiK I plan In the. near future \nd if UII!)'d only stop) :and look, I
Hosier, and the II. II. Urlces.Mr. the message. Sunday serviceswill fresh clean wnter from private to begin a Neighborhood 'Ihcj'd see they ate getting
and Mrs. ll-t: ;. Crews begin with Sunday School at wells small wilier companion Bible Class In tills orc.i. :Now' nowhere. Il i
and daughter of Clearwater, J 10 a.m. Morning service at or from lnn ,lino bin- you may wonder how I111 .
were luncheon guests"of their r L" Lr. 11. 1veningscr: \' 3p.m. with city water !systems., be able to do this (due to mx' !they have: to make (hat dollar.So .
mother,'Mrs. C. It. Crews, and the Junior Church rendering a This m'w'tlllt'f transform handicap), so I'll tell j'on. The long, hard paths they tiod.
Clenann on Saturday.. program. nn ordinary, water tap Into uhlitlilv Lord has provided me with a Thc L'athl i !\' toys that money, PLUS
Miss Elisabeth: : Terry Greater Freewill Baptist cITlrlpnt water iK'uimontunit. : recorder and
returned new tape some It really: I becomes their K xl.
homo Friday after Church, IIc\'. Jasper Williams Utlll/inii special) flltvriitit wonderful Bible studies and :Now if, you ask them! about
spending her vacatlonwlth Mrs. pastor.ttccklj.' materials cleu
  • prcl I inthe !Sermons on tape Iq.l some: cf spiritual things, Hannie Caulder
    Opal Mulling' In Mableton, (:ia. services begin with 1II'I'OlPII" IlIdl1MI r '. It renvivi-s the rrunlebt t men of t>od. I \ou'll usiudlhear UiU! line. The first lady
    suspended solids us smiill usHirer gunfighter.
    Choir :No. 3'''and shcrs boardNo. '
    While there1 she visitetjl. Mr praise the Lord for It all.'' "I'm I
    microns, in dlnttv", ". :'. Koiiif lo gel! all can:
    and Mrs. Clyde' Harrlsot Si'., 2 meeting! :Mondaj night. iTIu-ri'" ills Class, ulllhii\eiu>dtfnomlnntlon 1- out of life,
    nn 'l1l'lfI' Hun :.nm.
    and family, Mrs. 'Dana Kll- Senior (holr : meets Wednesday Tuesday mill.nun mien. .inIn II nni'lnihclr / : ties, but will present I FOI' that stuff, I'\c plcntj of
    crease, Mr. and Mrs. Paul night. Prajer Meeting ,'li%.> sound, fuud.nncntallllble lime!" .R
    Borders, .John Hordors, and night. Thursday' night the
    Circle will meet at the home The new. IIIhl\\hl| hluli
    their mother, Mrs. Lena I(orders '
    !HUlo LCXIIM CMS.is$ t nn'M'c'i't
    all of Atlanta, (in.; and of Sister Sarah 1'rincc. I rldayQOQOQOOOOOQOQ
    able and (h'.III'1I'11 I" l l"'fl
    Mrs. M. M. Tilth of Uecalur, linn ulnm-! FLORIDA THEATRE
    (in. A .\qulIlh'L'II.'III1'r| ,i \ I) II l'sJhr.iiilax.5yylftwvitdJUiUEM
    Mrs. C. \'._ Mayo.of Tampa l i h .. :" M.f, .,..1.1 .......... \ ..' '"

    and and Mr..family and Mj-j&.limmjjlldortlc ootiu.JackeouuRbi'spoat4Saturday ; )' / [11I3. .m.. 75:Mrl present,IthtrAMffc.: fait; Hermlc(lie occasion.Kellr4 and,Hi 'h9)H)1'l.IJ'u,1I1\1 tWtiVl.1''),! + 'tt'J'tl; IknbHnbNUwiv.6o1.n.trtiiu. _'.I\ nl+I}'''t..'' ; Sho ;iJm .\\1'uPkdaq,7:00ugdaYaihO. : : ) } ; (). llurdlhOA;. .' ,

    I''> with Mr.and Kick Off Autumn Pith 1"'UntllRuthUI'lAk: | ,>'*''l' .< : :Mrs. Tvubj.jnwiicIglt; > | ,7Irs:' ila' LAIC ,, iiin palllcleH.Deiiolicl.il .
    Mrs. 'Fred Moore., I.Ittlo Ni- lit P tlo/t-n i.K.clls: and :Miss..Artlui-' lliiuildi'. or chliirIne .-
    WliHhi'r ymi'iv ruli'bmlInn) a footbiill vlrliirv III'> any <>t a Friday, Saturday, Sundays
    sauna Moore remained for a oilier milummil fi-HllUlk'H I Hull InrlucUymiiiK lii'oplo. considerp.iinnl 'rine Hlanchard attended the funeral lnyhctuiit/ <>r Is nut' 1111":1:! irl)
    longer visit will hor !grand ; btillcr riipnikrx.! Cirrut; fur rrfii'Mimrnls. pnftxM UK of :Mrs oulcbcllc I 'I'licdcat bv flu1. filicrlnit. 111"10'I./ Adm. Adults SI.00-Children 75 PARAMOUNT PICTUNSSPRSNTS"Hearse
    parents. flmAi-I'ntMl11g fnuds.Maktt Jones Chapel! In Starke: on pcxclnpid l nnd Hold direct h)'
    ,\. CV I'oaJ-eo'Visited : .Snap Tile. Ini-. t'lIh'n' 'it1'+h.. '
    Monday morning. ,
    Uw ruiirukVH from your fa\oriu recipe, or lot the kids .. ,
    her son and dautfiei'-iii-law, lit'l In on the I ucllim by simply using a cake mix! mid adding their : .
    Mr. and Mrs. Walton Sapp and own peimnl bul(or. For cloublu grim( \peanut btiitor daughter of 'Jacksonville dur- trim), them wllh u priinut butter frost Inn. slslol'.lnlawh'.wld: :Mrs. meal parts.. : t I'lu-hes, clean'' l In*
    ing the week. "I.i A p.-mml Imllcr. uipcukc Iced\ with pi'iiinil buller rrimlliiu. IH I P. II. Day and famllj of Cedar. Just. rcycrt-inn )Ihi'" wilier How' A IICON immH/cumwci" PIODUCIION
    Floyd "Norman a n&' 'bll{; !Mitchell limlili gust: l h""IIII" |x'nmit Imller IK n high: cueruv rood, rich key.Mr. Aqua Kleen' iidnpis in urn'vvtitcr c 0 l I MMVISION IN COLOR
    of Jacksonville spent Saturday In prolrln mid tin I'MOllent, source. of niticm. one of the B Vilaminx. : and :Mrs. I1.:.'W. \\ llllamsand lap) with 11I"lclo'< or mil- ll t ., .....al A PARAMOUNT"CTU( I
    with his parents, Mr.and The oil In p.'iiiml' buller IH 11 1 gin"id 1 HOIIIVO\ of I lie essenllalpiilyiiiiHiiUiriiU'd Hal, ol wellborn, were dinner Ride threads and l places the I "
    M..s. Leonard: NOl'man.'nnd tlio hilly uelclM. guests of their uncle! and ('nl1llllll11'III1'r si miner found
    Carl Normans: llih k IV.HIIII Kiillrr (::npfiiltrx: 1 Kmply oin-, .ill) ''u-ounce ) )pack. aunt, :Mr. nnd :Mrs i Hubert on mnM water taucewy .
    Frank Ibi'ni Jacksonville; UKPcllinv: cuke mix hit,, 11 'l.irce! uiixinn h"I'Illd 1 CUD water, Priest, and Lamar on Tt esda)'. II
    visited his brollicr-ln-law and 'a' cup milk. 'I. (MI\\> Mtlppy' creainv* % or chunk style' peanut butter WALT DIS17u8.YPRODUCTIONS' Sunday & Monday
    sister, Mr. and Mrs. sHrjant.Kcddlsh and 1 :2 S'ggMi : : Mix urcordiiiH lo 1>lII'kuIIr"'II"II"!: for ('Ilk,.. Fill / ,
    on \Vedncsdi. I'' 2'ex1'i.III'h, iupcakr pimxlih lliieri half full and bake aciMidini i THE SPORTING HOUSE"
    : piickaito: dirccllons for' ('III"'uk"Mlak"11: nbout :Mil cup VtVI SEE'

    Mrs. Joyce litchi of 1 ft runs- ciikox.IV.iuiil. ,, I I'UV' IIJ I M PLUS
    Butter lr""th'lI'tir/ s.i cup Until: corn .')'fllP' and 1 r
    wick, (;a., spent Uw weekend
    ti'ixpoon'' \.inlila into 1 rap wintry or chunk xtvlo! peanut butter. .
    with her' sister, Miss KHzabcUiTerr Add 1.1 'lo ""j cup milk iillcrniilcly wllli 1 cups Mficd I1onfi'clliinoron ; '" .xtJ NOWYDUDONTTECHNICOLOR ... "SEX RITUAL OCCULT"
    Sic attended nitc .
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    at (;race Baptist, Church ux nil .iiixt eniMinh: milk to niako u gaud spending ronslstenry.M.ikcst !, .:

    and terInIawJr.visited! her! .son and)Wilt!Mrs.daiigh-Hen- oiiouch for :'M: cupcukc' J .._ ... G.._- .. I X RATED 18 Yrs. Up

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    1\\\\\\1;I\;\;\\\\ Keystone, I Hilftes By Linda 473-4907 Whartoofhone I November Foundation 1248 Week Are Entertained *

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    Newcomers and recent AARP
    '&' } The Rotary Club of Keystone member ,wen entertained.at .,

    WINNER AT LDO and Mrs. 'lorn r'eamster, Mrs. would like more Information as Heights will feature program an informal get-together on 4
    TOURNAMENTFred Roland Bryan and Mrs. C.V. to the design and purpose of this high-lights by member S.E.Mc September In the educational )
    Lewis of Gainesville Horne Mrs. A.V;\. Bannisterand seminar, pleas call Mr. Feam- Kay, at the club's weekly meet bulldlng-tof!: the Community t ho
    came in as top winner of the Mrs.C.W.Hardyj and Fourth ster at 473-4018 any morning ing, !November; 17, 12:15 at the CThroughtheMarosecommunity ''
    Liquor Dealers Open Golf Tournament with 35 poffiXs was Mrs.WJ except Friday or SundIJ,). Masonic Hall in commemoration -
    Sunday, Sept. 24 at Grollck and Airs. F.T. llogue. of Rotary Foundation Week Chapter of AARP KM Keystone ;
    the Keystone Golf Country YOUNG PEOPLES GROUP Nov.' 1218.In area'' members joining ;
    Club. This tournament was COMMUNITY CHURCIJWOMEN The Young People of high honoring the Rotary Found- during, the''past' two months :<
    the second LDO organized by The Community Church Women school age will be meeting ation during tu 55th Heights service recruitment drive were Informi' ;i
    Bill Leonard of Keystone have planned a rummage,, very Thursday evening in the Keystone club ally entertained by Mrs. Francis ";
    Heights with 84 players. sale to. be held October 14 at the Parish Hall at 6:30: p.m., will Join with more than 15,000 P. E'&n.cnaUm.ntchslr-; :
    Longest putt was won by the Masonic HaiL Mrs.Thelma starting September 28. They other Rotary Clubs in 149 coun man for the area. '
    Tommy Brown; closest to the Wallace, chairman requests all will be discussing such: topicsas tries. Assisting Mrs.Egan were Doa
    pin Bill Epps; Longest Drive members to start getting their : Mel Taylor, president of the nald and Ann McRae, of Lake :
    Hal Seymour; High Gross W. articles together for the sale Personal Growth: Who am Keystone Club stated that the Geneva, +mid Mr.' and Mrs. Ed
    W. Mitchell: and Miss L.b.o. which will be held from 9 a.m. I? It will concern Itself with Rotary Foundation was createdby Roberts ot Bedford Lake. Mrs., n
    was won by Mrs. Ginny Sandlin to 5 p.m. Rummage may be contemporary Issues in the high Rotary International to pro- Re-elect Nixon HeadquartersNow Roberts' kept the guest book and
    who was presented with dozen brought to the Masonic Hall for school experience. vide educational and vocational greeted the members.' Mrs. f
    red roses. resale on October 13. What does it mean to be a studv D1'Qjt'rams'ror; qualified Open In Clay CountyClay Leah hi.' (leer., Mr. and Mrs. .
    Winners of the Calaway Tour Mrs. Roy Turknett.chairman; member of a church? What young people In countries other J.J. Roche, Mrs. Gladys Jennings ::
    nament were Bill Epps John of the Bazaar scbeduled for does It offer us? What can we than their own. Award recipi- County Headquarter to formation will be available regarding Mrsv Elsa Eklund Miss
    Hufflnl with 71.D. Hughes, John !Nov.; 3, would like. Watson, II. Seymour and T. largo attendance at the work- me? for academic excellence while Orange Fork last Saturday; deadline being October 7; and Malmsjo, 'and Mr. and Mrs. '_'
    Brown with 72; Charlie (Head, shops which are ,held each Making the Scene will be approached Weds Robert C. Bird serving as ambassadors of good morning with an open houseat ,absentee voting regulations.: Walt Greaves' of High' Ridge :1
    Charlie Barrett. Dutch llelso. Wednesday from 10,a.m. to 2 from its creative potential -'' will through people-to-people the corner of Highway 17 Anyone wishing to assist Ute Estates, L'aKe: Geneva and Mr. ,'\
    Ed !Kellly, Earl: Voyles Don p.m. at the Educational Build and its conform at!ve demand contacts in the host country.. and Klngsler'enue.. committee may volunteer at the and MrSt-'A.P. Ilallman, 8taunJ.
    Shackleford and T. Buckword ing. Please plan to come and with regard to the decisions !Maureen Ellen Melrlck and Supported by contributions Bob Houston (at left in above headquarters or contact one of ch supporters of AARP, gath- '.
    with 73.This assist the finishing of articles high schoolers must Robert Clayton Bird enchanged from Individual Rotarians and photo) and other volunteer the area' volunteer''chairmnrt. ered lit a semi-circle for tile ':
    was quite a fun day and which must be completed by make It their life. marriage vows on Saturday, Rotary clubs Foundation workers were present as !Mrs W.I1. Martens is chairman for first get-together meeting.' /- i
    enjoyed by everyone. The day the bazaar day.INQUIRER'S This group will be conductedby Sept. 23 at 2 p.m. In St. VM1- has enabled more than 5,400 Vera Gerv'in, County Can- headquarters Including Orange Mrs. Egan gave a welcome \ .i. !
    was closed with 159 for dinner :Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Teamster llam's Catholic Church, I Keystone young ment and women to pursue vass Chairman, cut the ribbon Park, Doctors Inlet, and Mid- greeting and introduced each ; I
    and presentation of awards. : CLASS, Jr.Hegular. Heights.. The Reverend studies in a different cultural opening the headquarters, assisted dleburg areas. Mrs. Cooper person by'iplnning a name tag
    AT ST. ANNE'SSt. : ; services: Sunday Maurice Imhoff officiated. environment at a cost of by !Mr and :Mrs Gordon Shamblln and Mrs. Walter Ivey on each 'onev. After the Introductions It
    DUPLICATE BIUDGE- Anne's Episcopal ChurchIs School, 9:30: to 10:13: a.m. Morn- Baskets of white gladioli and more than $14 million since the Sandrldge, Clay County co-. H arc co-chairmen for Green those In the Friendship I
    Winners of the duplicate sponsoring an "Inquirer's Ing Worship 10:30; Inquirer's chrysanthemums decorated the first Fellowships were awarded chairman of the committee. Cove Springs; !Mrs Walter E. Circle shook. hands with '
    bridge game played Tuesday, Class" for those who arc not Class, 7:30: p.m., starting Oct. altar. In 1947. This year, the County chairmen were pre- Stietzel volunteer chairmanfor each other' '4S a gesture of h'
    Sept. 20, at thu Melrose Wo- presently attending a church. 23; Young People, 6:30: p.m., The bride Is the daughter of Foundation will' award more sent to greet guests and volunteer Penney Farms; and Bill fellowship- i
    nan's Club were: First, Mrs. The seminar will begin on Sept. 28. :\ and !Mrs. Francis G. Mel than 82 million approximately workers and tho hostess, Reynolds and John siphon! ore '' There were five AARPmemCont .
    Paley Boyd and Mrs. John l October 23, at 7:30: p.m. and rick of Lake Genet, former 700 young people. Mrs. Kleper: Croft, served coffee co-chairmen for keystone : '. I''
    Strawn with 42 1/2 points.0; : will meet for sixconsecutive, I'EIiSONALSGroup -- residents of &Elms:: Iowa. The In addition to Graduate Fellowships and orange punch. Heights and Kingsley Lake area. ( To Next Page) .....
    cond was tied with 41 1/2 pointsby weeKS on Monday evenings. The 2 of St. Anne's.Sunday: ) groom Is the son of Lt. Col. and Undergraduate The headquarters bdopento -
    Mr. and Mrs. Miko I alkel classes will be conducted by the School enjoyed a day) at \nastasla and ':Mrs. Clayton A. Bird of :Scholarships, special programsare the public and staffed byvoUunteers "
    and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce; Itev. Thomas O. Kcamster, Jr. Beach, Saturday, Sept. 23, Gainesville. available to young craftsmen from 9 a.m. to :5 p.m. t
    'Ihlrd, a three-way tic with and will bo partly Instruction with a cookout and swimming. Given In marriage by her through Technical Training on week days, and from I 9) till STOP.
    36 1/2 points, Mrs.l.C.: Carnes: and partly discussion. U you Hugh and Jerry' Gault and father! the bride wore a Victorian a1\'ards.lI1\'ardsror' teachersof noon on Saturdays until the
    Golnney; and Tom Garner went style, floor length gown the physically' and mentally' election 'on :November 7. In- : I ,:" \1
    along as chaperones. of white crepe, featuringruf, handicapped, and for young tw
    KEYSTONE A belated i Happy Birthday'goes flea at the cuffs and shoulders, business and professional men STEAMING
    MELROSE to Camllle: Stewart. She cele- edged with imported lace. Her through Group Stud I'.xchange.: >
    brated with dinner in Galncsille shoulder length veil of Illusion Rotary International Is 'a NEWS NOTES
    I BUSINESS \ last week with the Gar- fell from a cluster: of seed world' fellowship of 713,000 'AND SEE'i i ;
    DIIECTOI ners, the Gaults and the hill) pearl petals, and she carrieda business 'and professional men 'By Helen V. tgan: : .. .. ....
    Joneses, formerly of Keystone cascade of white sweetheart, who accept the Ideals of friendship tJS, ABOUT .,
    William Reynolds, Sr, has roses fellowship, and service )
    returned to his home at Park :Miss Christine Gaboardi attended In (heir personal and community -.,
    A NEW
    S111'I'I" .Ih SSLIMS t fIIWIU'I< \\ : ,\IWE\:
    of the Palms after a lengthy the bride as maid brho- lives.Stadler. !MKI.UOST.: : I1OML.MKl'.ttS: :!\ .: : I
    stay In Bradford Count! Hospital nor. She wore a floor length 'ilie fall meeting of the, Melrose : t. GAR .
    f L"!: i HARDWARE Glad to hear you are empire style gown of French homemakers Club was LOAN a
    V ANDGARDEN feeling better, Mr. Reynolds. blue rlpplcslicc, featuring navy held ot the clubhouse at 0:3(1: ( ,, ,'f.<..1"",,,'. tbi! ,.. "" It
    Fish -'e r- Stuff Cdr.' Paul Bird has been visiting blue ribbon trim. Her headpiece a.m. on Sept. :28!!I with !Mrs .Of")., \. '' .,
    CENTERA his parents, Mr. and:Mrs. was fashioned of white !Made .Mien pl'esldllllf.Irs.: ,4.f; :) -,, t '
    Live Bait complete I line of Hdw John C. Bird, for a week. PaulIs mums with accents of navy' rib Ruby Fisenliowor: led the devotional. .. ';,fru" .t. .i: .. :;
    Crick eh.Sh i nn.rs*Worm s presently stationed in Willow bon. She carried a nosegay ; .. ".1, ',!< \.A.... ..
    '. ...
    ., .
    I ,
    Grove Pa. also understandthat
    Minnows \liiorc' of white swcet-hcnrl roses The Nominating Committee, ;' = (;
    ; "
    A I Icctildil Si !Mr. John Bird Is doing very William Ruby served as best with :Mrs.- Hubj \\olf\ as chairman 7> rl o I' 'qIMJ
    TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. I'himljiiiK> |1'1'i :
    well after receiving treatments m1n_ presumed the following \ 1;)IIi
    HUNTING fiMi-'lniiv; I ui'iilfyvrHInscclicldc.s at the Medical Center In Galnoslllc. :\ program of nuptial music slate of officers for 1973: President 6 r. )\; t f--!_ @) "I" lir

    LICENSES AMMUNI \ was provided b\ :Mrs I I'\: lllalneslilej: ; Vice Pre :
    TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 230:> yds From !Mr.\ and :Mrs. Jim /owarka I.amm, organist: sident.. :Mrs. Barbara Kite; I ;
    Xy ton* Hgh. 4734357KUKMTIKK.CIKTS and !Mr.\ and !Mrs. (,'harlesllep- Following Uio ceremony, ti re- Secretory, :Mrs Poky Price; ,4 ,,'.,'. .. ,'." '. "" ';'
    """ Keysron Mats to ,inj tlnstall enjoyed the weekend in cepuon was held at the home of Treasurer, :Mrs James Chit- \ II "di 1' '
    : (:I f 4J33663H.I.KI.Smv.rK Tampa recently, watching the tire bride's mint and uncle, 1wid; dclccdlcs :Mrs. Made: ,,' I
    Gator's; first defeat fo the sea :Mr. and :Mrs.VIIIIair M., Har-' :Mien and :Mrs. :Mayzto, Mnchcn. "l
    : ,; COM() >)> son. The week end was not a welt, !Miss I Diane Carlson kept| .

    Lake Geneva tqtal loss .tliQMgl\ b), As.\)pl| )-, Id, ,n..tlie/ torldc's book"'|i4j. > IlIk'MI.! roll i The 0}\1IIt1tub': l bli/.iar-., .\vlll '... "v..t ....... _.. .... .. ,. _' : '
    TV Service, i Center Bert attended a craft: lessila;,., ,.an lUrd of Winter: Ha \TI.: Jht Q: -.JIj held,J) S'\tuber! ,! "Work\ : .,'h. w wsns.tl' WMU'44 .I***.* III. :L u b'wott.t ,tie' ,"h.rt.da' .n)
    FurnitureGift > .{ tf r' "! sfc Petersburg\ md:{)'., goonj's slstA! ;' prVsIdcake t llh4' shops -friO'' "ll' htI'd'durll!! 'th\\!4 II ITflil/ Why putjup ,with a, car .you can't ttrrIM1I1"Mt ?..'. Gf't< "', 1a 1\

    vjuusarTVSTE ,!'.It. and'Its.: henry !\eaie, ,table. .,.... ,M next two months and home r, new Cttt -.lu)wupd'eajuy-,"I'Iilh";; M.-tfe: tlrivTUjr. :"l'.;.i ;
    & Candle Shop newcomers to Keystone, enjoyed The bride attended Immacu- workshops will be scheduled finance your ,Nee lor low ,
    cur U:4: a "Ult.| t'I:
    -STERO a week'slsil from !Mr. :School Iii r.lma: .v.tlJ.n''j
    late Conception for members to make articlesfor Auto
    CAR AND PORTABLE Boole's brother and wife, !Mr. Iowa and was a I9(>9 graduate > sale. puy Loan. Our Joan experts err. "ready: in t",1",,i I
    E\fIISITE I : (CII-TS; TAPE Df&CTCOMMERCIAL and !Mrs.lames Boole, Sr., of Crestwood l High School, The first workshop will be you, with speed, In confidence. .t
    of Brentwood\ Long Island. C'resco, Iowa. She attended SeeksCommission for jewelry boxes made from ," .'. ,I II
    Furniture For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL While here they took a trip to the l'ntverslt of Northern' Iowaat cigar boxes. Next week's Telegraph -
    Taste And Purse St. ,Vigustlnc and visited some Cedar Falls and Ii agraduate will give more detailsas I KEYSTONE STATE \
    See Our AIR CONDITIONINGs of the historical points of Inter- of St. Johns River Junior College to materials required. The ", BANK ;
    Condi :
    display est. Pal atka. She entering/\ a Seat In ClayPaul workshop will follow the Oct. Member:
    Hwy 100 E. Lake Geneva : & siliJuI: : nursing program at Santa le 26 club meting, with !Mrs. i F.DJ.C. K.y t M/JtUicht;/ Fie ,,;

    1 Mi. Eau of K.y.ton* H"t. 1\1-:\ S 1'1Il: IIKICIIIS: MAST ATTKNO:!; Junior College Gainesville.The C. Stadler, a 30-3 oar Polly Price giving! the demon- : "Tvur FHradlBamk I* Tour 'rI.n41yPHONES ; ,
    47-5-4(0( 1 WEDDING resTivnics:: groom was a 1966 grad- :Navy' veteran and resident of stration.
    REAL:, E5'I'11'h'Richard .: There were many people from uate of Antilles High School Orange Park, has announced COBDUBUlit/ ,I.
    11UIII'( :.: tim,.$ Keystone In Orlando last week- San Juan, Puerto' Rico, after his candidacy for the Clay (Cont. To Next Page)

    T. Lovorn Want tu sell your. :Mobile end to attend Eric and Mary's which he served four years In Count Commission, District ""
    Home.''.' If you have u buyer wedding. the l'.S. Navy lie is a graduate 1 seat in November General
    Kei?. I(cal! KSMIC; .. Mn.kcr :Mobile Home Brokers will The rehearsal dinner wasaen'ed of St. Johns River Junior I'.lectlon. He received the '
    the Sheraton Inn last College and will be attendingthe
    U..llngC1.1. financing; and at Republican nomination without
    insurance details Friday night with around 50 university of Florida at opposition.
    for a brokerage n btfi473-4NJ6(/ /(
    LAKE PROPERTY fee of ID') :of lIe, selling guests. Everyone gave a toastto Gainesville. Pointing out the critical stage
    RESIDENTIAL price I For more Information Mary and Eric, some funny into which the county's lakes MO Nile 47.3-4572
    BUSINESS-ACREAGE' -- cull ,T-M and some serious. It was a A liceDalyBecomes : and waterways have developeddue
    MOBILE HOMEBROKERSRT. wonderful party and enjoyed by Mary to haphazard planning and

    APPRAISALS 1 BOX'3S0 J. everyone. Bride ? conflicting regulations, Stadler .,
    liliett Fox flew home for the advocates the utilization of cau- .
    Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA'32666 occasion and left Sunday to return Of Eric Redfearn tious countywide planning and .
    PHONE 475-1751 to Alabama for work on zoning for which he pledges his
    Edna Knppr; Attoc. Monday. wholehearted support as d
    473-4111 Driving down for the day, !Mary Alice Daly, daughterof county commissioner. a
    Saturday', were the Timmins, !Mr. and !Mrs. J.B. Coarse, "Preservation of the natural H.B.D
    Martha Durbin Att c. !Mrs Lois Walker, SE.Ic! Jr. of Orlando, and! Eric! Lee beauty of the county is of prime
    of Mr. and Mrs
    473-3362 Kay, the Frank Walraths, the Redfearn son importance, as it is the scenic h
    LEONARD'SOUTBOARD' W.H. Redfearn, Sr. of Keystone
    Jerry Johnsens and mall- moreI attractiveness of the area that
    missed seeing I'm sure. Heights, were united In marriage -. has drawn residents and
    BEAUTY( sIInr !Not; much Keystone news this on September 30, In St.Charles' visitors for more than 10 CARPETS r
    SHOP. week as It was all happening In Cathedral In Orlando years," Stadler says., "Wanton
    with Reverend Father Pa-
    Nell's Orlando. We really gave Eric the destruction of the century
    and !Mary' a great sendoff. Congratulations trlc J. O'Doherty, officiating old trees and overenrichmentof .
    Beauty Style Shop"For to them and a long waters will create a situation 1;
    and happy, life together. The bride was given a1b' )' favorable for none." Fine Quality Carpets At J If holesale Prices '
    alov.ll. her parents, with Herb Nelson Citing the fact that road main- .
    Jr. serving as best man,' tenance in Clay County Is far
    | Johnson Motors LADIES GOLF ASS.-'. and Jimmy !McMurtry! Ray from 1ST
    you"Phone satisfactory', "with thou- QUALITY CARPET
    R. Walker
    Lindsay Tournament
    Crabtree Jr, and David Schaeffer '
    sands of dollars
    SALES & tied spent
    SERVICE was last Thursday ushers. $3J1.PER ,
    475.2211Between 1 between \oncll Ketch and "n- as for men and materials on work NAME BRAND
    AS LOW AS '
    GLASTROM ANDCHECKMATE'BOATS ta Aiken both with three under that lasts as briefly as a few ;
    K.yetopiti,. :par for 54 holes, and a total The bride, wearing a gown of weeks In some Instances,*' / I
    Height __, score of 213. silk organza with appliques with ofChantilly Stadler says that a study should located 1 Mil East Of Traffic
    lace Light On
    Keystone ; The play-off was held !Monday tenance and building over a Hwy. t /
    end Ho/gh'f/ Fla.
    Mlres' "*,
    seed pearls, and chapel length ten-year period to determine ,
    I Oct. 2, with Voncil as the train and bridal veil of silk whether maintenance costs 100 In Keystone Hts.
    ,winner with net of on
    a score 66.
    Illusion;' was attended by !Mrs. poor grade roads exceed the
    Charlotte Nelson as matron of expense of building top grade OPEN MEEK DAYS 9:00: TO 6:00: '
    honor. The, bride carried a roads In the beg nnn." I...ep; '....
    SCALES FOOD STORE cascade of white orchids' to Several populated areas of SUNDAYS1:00: TO G:00:
    complete her ensemble. the county; are in need of parka :;
    DOWNTOWN KEY 'rpPIE HEIGHTS and playground not associated

    (OLD 6 PK. ,"U.S. NO. 1 The bridesmaids, Christine Watch For Grand Opening,;
    ( Te Next Page)
    Daly, sister of the bride; Me- :,.
    wiKEE 01..1.19 linda Fulton and Julie Crabtree,
    - -
    89 ( won (owns of red chiffon Dior with nnrr rr ToT rrrninnmtrvn Trrryi i i rn i n>11 n n 11 m .
    short sleeves and a large 1 1
    POTATOES bow that caught the chiffon In a :

    I LIMIT 3 WITH $5.00 FOOD UP train. Matching Dior head- '
    pieces and nosegays of white VOTE ELECTION MY NOV. l E I
    carnations completed diebrldemald.
    GIANT ';CHAMPION. 2 LOAVES .' attire. !


    following the wedding, was held YOUR REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AND STATE CANDIDATES. = l
    LIMIT I WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER UP at the Sheraton Inn In Orlando

    GROUND : H 99 where served a with champagne the traditional punch wedding was- Ba Sura To Vote ,For These CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN Commissioners i/1/ i'"

    HAM 45 3..S 3 : cake. The table> were ,

    L. BEEF 1 cloths draped with which lace carried over out_ red tile Paul C. Stadler '(USN Ret.) Candidate From District No. 1. Ha Is In Favor .

    BUDGET FLA. GRADE A Prty.color; scheme of the wedding Of A Sound, Comprehensive Plan, For Property Use And Environmental Control. A Y C: :43 3 I

    William Rosetta Candidate From District No. 3. He Seeks To Establish A.ii. '

    BACON 49 $ I [:FRYERS33 $ Tahiti Following the''bride ana groom .. County ,Recreation. Department Under'The County Commission., do. ,...,. .

    will make He1af1ts.lil their. dame In Keystone (Paid Pel. Allv. Paid For By Clay Co. Rep: !xe :Com;) i

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    Stadlcr Seeks AARP 'loamae:r+art' 6r+PSfr k+t i Yd kSf'iCtGi1' fiGvr/.r: :.rt: aeks.v. iaarrruo'nnw sdudie'js:!N>' :i i1

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    with school complexes, and hire of National who have not
    plans for development at the yet signed to be members of the El
    county; particularly' ,"new,subdivisions Melrose Community- Chapter..
    ,' ibould include such Mrs. Geer and Mr. and.. Mrs.
    provisions, Stadler declare. Koch signed and hope to attend S
    Sine: retirement, Mr. Stadler the next; Metro meeting on f ::

    has been employed M*n official October 1 19. Mr. McRie explained __ __ r7SM1104Xii7iOhXi:3v'iF. ::
    'u u.hhh.U UhU "h u '
    Bank atLakeshore.of the Florida and 1s National active through the the chapter programs such offered as the 1. : ;}'e:4;;:::};a's::;;;YJ1;;:;;:;:;: ::::;::;:::; ;; ; :-::::r, ::SGt::}o3 'nw::}::}:>::?.$ra6Yfhkr;:;; ;:;:;;::;:;rJrrr.r.4ANv:: : : j: ::j'.::j: .i ri3CS'V4'C4Y// m 1mm:1;:: :J.ffir;;; m $ 1m jffijf'i: : 1 m r@1 :. JM

    In the Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 10 bus tour of Disney
    having served M a pact chair- World. The cost to 111 and NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42 SECRET-LOS* water weight
    man and board member of the five or seven attractions are CLASSIFIED AD RATES AUTOMOTIVELAWN Tablets $3.00. Money Back ,INTERESTED IN iiiIYiNUORGuarantee. : body; bloat, pufflness, etc. XP I* Your Bug
    Southwest Council of that organization. Included. Reservations* must'be Deadline for Insertion MondayS MOWER & Koch Drug Store. SELLING.! "l Water PU1, only; $a. Money -
    He woe a memberof made by the next chapter p. m. preceding Thursday MOTORCYCLE 0tp.-11/9 : Back Guarantee.Koch Bugging Ya?
    the WesUlde KlwaoU Club meeting, and payment: made at before publication REPAIR CONTACTFOR Drug Store. 12t/chg! .-11/2
    and is presently a member ofthe the same time'in order to arrange - SALEArgentina Hay. A.
    Orange Park Rotary Club. for one or two bu.... Minimum Charge $L75 Eaves Shall B. WhItehead, Jr. Call 964ECRGE ROBERTS FOR SALE- 1971 Honda 350
    He U now serving Ms third Interest groups will also be offered (Covers 15 words) 5630 after 8 p.m. 2tp 10/s $600. Call 964-8928. 4tp ,
    year as church treasurer and through the chapter, such, E.ach; word over IS, I Ie & Garage REAL EST.\TE 10/5
    vestryman at Grace Ejptscopal as art,sewing
    : horticulture and .
    Church In Orange Park.Startler's others. All Classified Ads must be 9648367O.C. WANTEDCashier and wait PHONE 964-7826 SERVICE IS NOW
    military; record Includes In a discussion as to whether paid tot in advance) unless ress. Apply In person Long FOR RENT12 wide Mobil [AVAILABLE IN STARKEr
    serving as commanding the group waned to organize you have established account horn Restaurant. 4tp 10/19 .421 W. MADISON ST. homes outside city; l limits. J. E!. ,
    of the USS McClelland It with The Telegraph In that and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114
    officer now. was agreed that no formal Trained
    ! home-ported In Jacksonville, organizations would be undertaken event 504 extra charge for Came Nursery or 9648799.' If no VW

    and weapons, officer of the USS at this time, but that billing. Not responsible for Ttionsands of Plant. call 904-8874.: tfchg Mechanics

    Saratoga. home-ported at May- the meetings will continue bbs errors when given over the Fruit Trees. Shade' Trees, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYIN FOR SALE- Major And Minor Repairs
    port. JHe attended the.Navy held once a month for a three- typed or when copy la not Camellia I Used Mobile home, On All Makes One Day
    Poet-Graduate School In Monterey months period to see how much ; and brought to the office. Evergreens easy financing: 473-4320. tfchg
    l a1tf., and George Washington Interest develope. The next ''Azaleas, Roses Keystone Heights Area CLEAN Service On Most Jobs
    University; In Washing meeting will be held In the edu- - Moss la cane Plant Anytime carpets the save and ACE GARAGE
    DL C. cational building at 1:30 safe way with Blue Lustre.
    ton : p.m., LANDSCAPING
    lie and his rite Isabelle, Oct. 27 with Mrs. Roche and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY M MI. 8.E. of 8"rlur. R,". JOt For Futher Information Rent electric shampooer $1. 528 S. Walnut St.
    Devrlck Inc., Builders Hard-
    have three sons and daughter.. Mr. Greaves as bo.te..... S
    A collection: was taken to help $1.75 per Inch Florthome C '-21 CONTACT IN PERSON ware & Supplies, Starke, Fla.
    defray expenses such as 2 Inch minimum $3.50 Phone 9646163.

    napkins paper plates, INSURANCEAT
    --- --
    Mrs. Egan had made five color- FOR RENTGarage building Register Oil Co. REDUCED RATES
    NEWS NOTESBy ful trays. with pictures taken Memorials Resolutions Proclamations available Oct. I.' Large storage FRAME HOME: Lots of living -
    from the' Modem Maturity Card of llanka space, show room and of- STARKK. FLORIDA area. Very nice and closeto AUTO FIRE, BOAT
    V fcgan: Magazine of AARP. These ...00 Minimum up to 50 fices. Parking In rear. 528S. Starke. 3BR, large living DOYLE E. CONNER
    will become .the property; of words. Each word over 50- Walnut Street. Call Mrs. room separate dining room
    the group. Ed-Prevatt 9647467. 2tp 10/5 & kitchen; front porch and back' INSURANCE AGENCY
    (From Preceding Refreshments were served r porch.Approx. | ml. from city.; tchg.PUMPS .
    Peg )
    by Mrs. Ann McRae, who ,- r. CARl BE6GS Approx. I acre.

    The donated homemade door assisted the hostess.A Pay Far Classified United Farm Gulf Service'
    note of thanks was signedby
    price,given by Mrs.
    wu won by Polly! Price. all present. In appreciation Ad In Advance Agency, Inc. Used Ports BROKER
    to the Board of Trustees who
    SENIOR CITIZENS kindly; offered. the use of the U Increased necessary costs far this have& newspaper mad. Reg Real Estate Broker HOME "HE FINEST SELECTION Of 9646463WAYNE'11011Ci.1S-IP..c. NEW AND USED

    Mrs. Betty Bennett.or the building. to clarify Its present. ruin) &. Irene FaulLnrr SALES USED CARSIn Or* SALES
    Food FIND The spirit of comradeship In
    Stamp Division of *
    ,tales and adopt new ones for ASSOCIATES f2, AND 24' \HUUS\ PARTS
    was guest speaker at the Bradford these Informal get-togethers Is this whole '
    the publication of classified 206 S. Wotor MreetStorko oreo (: (
    County; Senior Citizens hoped to widen as more folks PHONE 473-4320 < SERVICE
    advertisements In Us l-
    Club on Sept. 26. This project Join and become a part of theKey.tone e Fla. 964.5065 24 Hr. Wrecker Service XSSOCIATK: Deep and Shallow l'Ieli.Wot.r' .
    umne.AS WANT ,Q3.ROUTL'100Keynrone;) {:
    1'0 ;
    1s administered by the Community; of Friendsas SELL OR
    various counties with each well u'.a member of< the advertisement of this BUY REAL ESTA'I'F7Call : Height, Fla. USED PARTS 964-6593: Softnftrt and l
    nature must ke paid In advance
    county; Red Cross Chapter assisting Melrose Chapter.Poultry'And. unless an established : tin For Bott Prices Hwy..301 H, Waldo. FiltersPlumbing
    In ttereglstradonPro- Pr.<>HPCc-l. 'Waning! .. '
    account Is maintained ;
    monthly '
    ctehll 468.1998 SuppliesEXPERT
    ject FIND was started to overcome with this newspaper.IMUIIInf .. P.H.C. SPORTS WARE sewIng -
    the barriers that keep Egg and bookkeeping machines cleaned, oiled OPENING.SPECIALI! SERVICE'ON
    older Americana from full participation Market Unsettled eats have advanced, makingIt OVERNIGHT Cat and Dog Flea and adjusted$5.00. Across from ALL MAKES
    In' the food assistance I. snake this Control $1.98Koch Drug.4tchg Starke Builders Supply. Itp WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- PHONE 1
    necessary "FREE" 964.7051DURRANCE
    programs started this At End Of MonthThe adjustment. 10/26 dies for any mnke or model CREASE JOB

    year. MOBILE HOME and house for stereo player-Dahmer's Discount WITH EACH TUNE-UP
    The Clay County;, stamp office Southeastern broiler It Is murk preferred thatclassified rent furnished. Quiet neighborhood House, tf/chg (Work Guaranteed
    Is on Orange Ave. in Green market drifted Into an unsettled advertising lie"lau' FOR SALE57 Ford good con- Call after 2 p.m. 782- ) PUMP !4. SUPPLY Ct1:.
    Cove Springs. All persons receiving condition during the week In person rather than dition $375. Phone 473-3455: 3279. Up HAVE BOUGHT ENTIRE
    social security; are advised ended Sept. 29. AMS' Dairy by telephone so as to avoid ter 6 p.m. ItpOVERNIGHT STOCK of 19" Zenith TV sets B-B GARAGE MovedS
    to look Into the matterof and Poultry Market News snare.1r from large motel in Jackson- : Blocks North
    their eligibility; for food Branch reports. Prices held Coachroach Con- ville; all like new. $75 cash, .Formerly Thompsons2li. 864 N. Temple Ave.
    stamps by writing for an appointment basically' unchanged. Preliminary trol $1.98Koch Drugs 4tchg SEWING each. DAHMER'S DISCOUNT.;
    or calling the office f.o.b. dock equivalent FOR SALEBrick veneer, :3 10/26 '4tchg 1026HOUSEHOLD \ N'oTlh Starke WE GIVE
    In Green Cove, 284-9806. prices were about 28 1/2 cents bedroom, 2 baths living room, On t fr IS.1>SOl SERVICE- We got
    .per pound on U.S. Grade A and dining room, family; room.arge WANTEDMaid!: at the TO- MACHINE ITEMS- Heater results List your property; fc.sale .-

    FELLOWSHIP CLUB 28 1/f to 28 1/2 cents par pound / ,,''o.. .entraJlIle, ) ,} and RENA Motel. Apply. In,person. large fan, dishes, utensils lln- 24 HrUWrvke with us. Call today.BILL ._
    ? ? POWELL
    Game-Fun day; followed b y--' .,.. for plant grade product.Ing .. "air.i:, Reasonable : z ''Up ryktA.Vhulrty., ; .,,.i.#>tWi! +i"" <'4.. Soles and Service' ',JIt. (Lens, coat,','Press cooker. 605 .. "ilI"t. r r BnOKIJR: 964-

    the a social club hour members;'was on'enjoyett Sept. 28 byr, <. .."Deii'and'wal'19r6" i i h+lAi1.l1rl' r iYI( }ford Mltchell r b. t'Y64X153.uU,, : ;''"f'fltcha ; "' r'rOU '1J": tPFAFP" +.....EINAep' ;. ":.Center St. Up" '" -.." :".." ....nMalb n .. AI I : .\. 9i53( ; M6464 4 or !W4-S8'w_::*. tf/chg
    from stow to fair.
    3 burner'ITt> <6ndltion. :)n' New Homos ..
    at the Lion's Club. Ed Ro- stove : tJrij '> r iiJlt.d
    berta was m.c., assisted by In the Southeast, offerings of REMINGTON 308 rifle pump $25. To-fletia Motel Up A's FOR SALT--Coastal Bale hay;
    heavy type hens decreased and WHIT I! N ( ) Out
    ; ; "-51IU of barn or out at.the field
    his wife Lilly, during the Swivel
    refreshment with four
    power scope. H. '
    were In close balance to shortof i .en
    FOR SALE- New 2 BR-CB Registered
    hour. mount. $125. Call 964-8980 after $49:50 8ATJK2X5 l lour Angus calves. Ph.
    full needs. Demand upPart'
    The covered dish luncheon was house. Air conditioned. Nice SINGLES
    5. Up &
    very good. Farm prices trend- DOUBLE WIDES 964-6114 J. B.
    will be held on Oct. 12 at 12:30at : lot. Conventional financing.- L & Repairs on White tfchg
    ed higher and ranged 13 1/2 "
    the Lions Club. An interes- FOR RENTSmall cottage for G. Dail, owner 9647591. Expondo Rooms & Add
    to 15 cents pound. other Make Ma. OF STAItKE
    ting program on Birds of Flo- Offerings per of light type; hens couple, comfortably; furnished, Dempsey. Motel. ftp 10/26 chi"... On R"ooms well cleared 2 two bed acres tiOTS FOR SALE Starhe Golf
    rida will be given bythe, guest nice yard. 1217 S. Colley Road. Free land room & Country Club ready for
    were short. Demand was good. delivery and set frame
    DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE- up dwelling, deep well
    speaker, Mrs. L. P., Mullls.of Up building on .
    Farm prices from 8 1/2
    ranged Alr conditioner, new carpet, NATIONAL 100 plumbing, completely furnishedfor approximately
    Long Pond MILE Lots
    g ,lroMELItOSE to 10 cents, mostly; 8 1/2 to RADIUS $10,000.00.1'Three area ;
    Call 964-8018. |
    WOMEN OF ALL AGES new paneling. acre and larger. Paved roads
    WOMAN'S CLUB 9 Market cents per conditions pound f.o.b.for southeastern farm. SECURITYDIGNITYPRIDEThese I Itchg 611 W. Univ. Ave. BANK FINANCING bed room frame only 3 minutes from town.
    Mrs. Albert Bachmann, all possible for NWY house Call 8 to 5 p.m.
    pres- eggs were weak are you FOR SALEMetal Gainesville Florida 17 North Green Cove bath, garage, In good repair. 984-7701 a.m.
    ident, announces.tbat-the next as a Medical Office Aide. Doc- secretary'sdesk Uchg
    throughout the period as the t typewriter platform In 378-1355 Tel.: 284-5001 Price 800000.
    club meeting will be' held'at tors' offices, specialists' offices ; .
    price structure continued a A.J. Thomas Ileal
    12 middle, 6 drawers. $35. Gerald tore
    noon on 18.M clinics and hospitals are
    downward trend. Cartonedprices
    Brown Ins. Phone 9646262. LINOLEUM FLOOR
    to retailers did not only; a few of the many places Covering
    where trained women are needed Itchg 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98;
    Revival PlannedAt this decline due to trading MOORII'SSUN !12 12 12 13
    $11.50 :
    We can prepare you with- ; x x only r
    Johnston arrangement., but other levelsof out Interrupting your presentJob FOR SALEFive tan, pure- 'ller Browse SPORTS $14.95 many patterns and
    trading registered sharp
    bred chihuahua ov colors. Dahrner's
    or schedule. Our placement puppies. Registration 1 Discount.
    Baptist ChurchRevival decline anda anticipated. Some- MOORS tfchg.
    service Is efficient
    Large: sizes were In the long Call 964-8746.. BOAT
    thing special
    can be worked out .
    est position, although all sizes program Please send after six. Itp YOUR MONEYSttrke FIAT:
    for you. name -- -
    services will begin were ample to excessive Demand ); WANTEDUsed
    address and phone number to-' furniture, refrigerators -
    Sunday, .Oct. 8",at the Johns- was generally; disappoint day: Professional Arts Associates FOR SALEApproximately 55- Jlklwagen; .Ph. 964-5791 SALES.PARTSSERVICE washers. _Dab?
    town Baptist Church located on ing. Cartoned sales to volume Inc., 1212 Washington 60 acres, 8 miles west of Mar r mef's Discount House tf/chg
    Highway 121, half way; between buyers ranged mostly; 45 to 50 St., Wilmington Delaware lon, N. C., 1/4 mile Clear Complete Outboard AStern '
    Lake Butler. cents for extra large, 43 to 48 New CsedSales Rt. Service
    Raiford and Creek. 45 minute drive from Drive and USED IMPORT CARS
    cents for large and 38 to 42 19801. 3to Service WANTED: by InclUidual. Land
    Services will begin each Mitchell: 36 acres In pas- vtII: Repair. Complete Fiber.
    evening at 7:30 except on Sunday cents for mediums. ture. 6-room frame house. All suitable for cattle. Improvedor
    FOR SALE18 ft fiberglass; glass Repair. Custom HARFRED AUTO
    time Is 7 1 MI. North of TJfe MallGAINESVILLE unimproved. State price and
    when starting electric. Wall to wall carpet.
    1965 90 hp Johnson rotor and .
    : built .
    Fiberglass Fishing description. Write K.
    Ph. ;04-24-f584. Itp ,:
    trailer. Best offer Asking about IMPORTS; INC.
    p.m.The revival will continue NOW OPEN ,$900. 064-8087. 2tp 10/12 Boat. 11042 Scott Mill Road: Jacksonville
    through Saturday, Oct. 14. with 509 E. University Florida 32217.
    Rev. Mel Hamel, pastor of the NITA'S Colnesvllle. 4tp 10/6
    ,Fphl.stry *:;:* *:;::;-q "'::- Hd,: ;,:,;,:,; 372.4373
    Hampton Baptist Church as '

    guest speaker. Special singing i iElpNEEI'
    will be featured throughout the FACTORY ] BULLDOZER WORKYard
    week. I MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. Save
    Sunday; Oct. .8, will be "Old :'
    Fashioned Sunday," starting Leveling And Clearing Spread Umtrock 90 West, Lake City
    with Sunday School at 10 a.m., ShopHAMPTON I Owen Joist of Florida Inc. need dependable, able 3
    Phone p52.3 Money
    with classes for everybody from. bodied factory help. No experience necessary. NO CHARGE FOR MOVING IN
    nursery through adult. Steady work overtime, fringe benefits.IF For Best Selection Of
    Following the morning service i Uith\\ This \d

    dinner will .be served on YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK ArLY No Job Too Small TRAVEL TRAILERS L)ring It To
    the grounds. 1 Mi. East, $R.1$ MINI-HOMES

    The pastor, Rev. C.F.. Dur-' HOUSEHOLD ATcwrw ; CALL 964-8951 TRUCK CAMPERS
    roan, extends an Invitation to AND TOPPERSFull DATSUNIn

    everyone vice. to Join In these ser JOISTAN !!j Atttr' P. M.OL.IN'S Lin. Of Parts And <,

    ........................................... I!c Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday Service Gainesville

    I I /'co' A.M. T* 5:0: P.M. TF :?:r .
    GREENES WELDINGAND ::::w:*,:':::::vw .:;:::::;-;:."==:: : JI. .i>>:, : MOBILE HOME SALES SEWLNG:; MACHINES, cleaned ...
    lIed and adjusted In your home, tir
    Service Our Policy $5.:.. Vacuum (Cleaner,.repairs 'j -Ld,. ,.'.... .
    ;MACHINE WORK $ SAVI $'-' -- -
    SAVE ilso. All work guaranteed. HwseJLenf Wet. ****. Must Go This Week"F:7 I I Dennis E. Cogging phone 431- l-, -e-'
    '.... : 1428. tfchg.
    Phoaaa. .
    Announce ..... ...wu 3 ReposseJ And I IUsed .> r(1 4
    We new h.......e4.if_ a tin.. -(- 4 .-.-....

    THE OPENING Of A COMPLETE 1 tickets, cruises; and tours.w BUICK PONTIAC Mobile Homo ,.....::;..:;. .to

    AUTOMOTIVE TRUCK & TRACTOR *. offer T.ur.f special New package "A LITTLE GMC RIDE TRUCKS C.UVE%\: Easy Financing J LONG CHAMP' j -t\ "-- .. {ciI:'

    SERVICE GAS ANi DIESEL Disney. World YOU A LOT" Hwy. 105 Wast'- Stark. 96 .5606 Home Materials and Building VI .


    Automotive Air And Your Plans Or Ours : .
    Conditioning Service
    Repair : : OB Crosby Lake and 111bd'r' -
    Service Your Loc Or
    Automatic: Transmissions Hydraulic: Systems J Lake. Canal. )Xanal'SOf..t Oars ,
    Repair. Residential) And wide: a feet deep) Located CD' FREE ESTIMATES v \
    :State. Road *. /
    Commercial ; 100 ndlee West J
    Wiring Ri"mn lellas Repairs
    ,of Starko
    Fla. lzrvsca-
    Addition.Homes .
    ALL TYPES 8JF""WE..BING Additional Outlet- tfoa cottage, Bottie* ts orInvestment. .
    Bought i? Sold Godding. ft
    Tim Conditioning
    Any Where Any fries .ttu..
    start atl .. Traded
    HookupsTrailer f&OO mi..lrit .. [ 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. S.E.

    GIHNf WELDING ft MACHINE WORK Iv 24-Hour Pole Service Meters ::.ra4 J 1/3 % atm*toser* ACREAGE 94-4352 FOR SALE -378-2311,

    Hair ,-.,, Ma. Phone 468-1734 Phone Call 04.7701 a a......Islhm. : Open Til 7',P.M.. -
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    f.i During Section 1/t1S"1,00 ... GO :A E .S H 'ii, WILLIAa'oho. 1t4'1IA'. JEWELRY

    (Please Da Not Use Markers) ,2
    : fill''In the blank. with your guest and bring' to our store Eligible Except<< .' Baldwin 0.._ ... .. .... ... ... .. .:..... .. II RE I 'J
    : before p.m. Friday, proceeding, gam or got registration' Telegraph Employee ,CarIH..nt.--. . . ".S" g.IIITI DC I

    : blankaatoura'ar. Cooper's Nursery,. . .',. . .. .. .. 1 ,
    : My Guea to ENTRIES MUST BE IN TELEGRAPH OFFICE Cash & Carry Tires . .'.I.' . . . 412 E. Can Jt.. Ffc, i. 9&4-5800, :

    STARKE .. .._.._.. LIVE OAK . _. BY 6:00: P.M. FRIDAY Eagles' . .. .4.. ... . . . ," 1 F\ .NCER'TRUCK&FAR11TIRES: .

    : Starke Builders Supplies will First Federal . . . .; ... .. . . !
    : During give 3 of Football these Reg.Season site, footballs .ach week FREE. Enter Contest NOW Florida Bank . . .,. .. . WHOLESALE, PRICES< :. B. sure to fill in this blank or get blank at our storeand Florida Pest . . . .,. . . Monufaetured And Tested To M..t Our High On.
    While Therefirst Is No i
    0. have I it I in our store by 6 p.m. Friday. I In case of tie, CONTEST RULES :J.ckfOnBYild.n . r. ... .. .. ., .'- . And Performance.. All You
    Used By Mfgs.
    Or Grading
    : 3 with correct score or nearest correct score willwin. Leke.Geneva Mobile.Homes .. . . .,.. Quality Standards :
    : NAME .. .- . . Each weekend football games Tie games will be counted ale.Manning Hardware . . . .. .. . Con B. Sur. That All

    : ADDRESS _ _ PHONE.... _'_ will ad on be this selected page. Indicate one In which each misses Games unless played: marked before as Friday: New Method . .. . .; . . .. . *, ASTROSTAR TIRES I
    : team you think will win and write night will be thrown out Any Olln.Mobll.Ham.. . .,. . .. ...> ARE QUALITY BUILT: :
    : Starke Builders 511II111.5 the name of the teamoppoelte game error lilted or Incorrect Incorrectly: due to due InStan.to : Bootery . . .: . . ... .... TULANE vs. PITT :
    : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS vs. TRENTON... the entry advertiser's blank--NO SCORES name Just correct Information, will be Sterke Appliance. I . .. . .. .., .. .. i

    the winner thrown A two out.tint .winner will be Starke Builders. . . .. .'.,.". . . . (Plied fashIonscall '...:.:
    eliminated from participating, Starke Chrysler I ,. Ply.I . . . . . 't r..f-.t- .
    0.. The prizes will be awarded In-remainderofJudges1f T.rwlll.9erg Motors . . . .. . .. . 'polyeiler' ,panl I toil such Len allhlllupeb"uy you bought A knit K ,
    0 each week on the basis of most final William Jewelry I . . .. .. .. -. .'. J|Original i I, Would you Iruvt it with, |/u.l l any kind olPdrycleaningr ,a i
    The best idea lo follow R It K'l
    games selected I correctly.which In employWoodburn"s Gem Jewelry.. . . . :. .. . L advICe Irutt 1110 the care. <>(11 our Sanilnne. dryr r
    : case of tie, pick number All advertisers and clianinfi.. e We undenundthenrw.ynth.ecand'you .. '
    TI f: BREAKER ,.
    think will be thescored largest oes are eligible to win. OnlyBradford In Case of a tie the on. guessing the. closer to the mostmost I n.lu.IIbe.. and 'fabric And we know how 'to '1;: '
    number of points by anyone CountyTelecraPt; : employees I"..o.elour (armrmi ufely'' lo thnrresh/ like :
    : team that Is listed in contest are not eligible to enter points scared by any on. team writ. this number [new. appearance' In loday't fathiun world our Pip
    and write this number contest. in pace below. I'It the drycleaning. proi e..that kerpi up lo dale 7 ..
    In the space provided in the entry Clip out entry and mall or t You can lru>t an pt'I..k.' l '
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    this will be used JK&K 1 And you un uusl UI I "tr @
    bring to Bradford County; Telegraph :
    tie akexlr'tslnththe.tovetalnt P.O. Drawer A. Starke, i I MOST SCORED BY ANY TEAM LISTED. LAUNDRY |S=g=
    .: astla still Fla. All entries . . . . . ... ... . .. .1 PICK-UP :
    : cash pot the will winners.be divided equallyamong our hand by 6 p.iru Friday.Name Phone No. : . .'. .. .. ..,." .. AND DELIVERY
    Address'. <. . .. . .. . ._ . L.S.U.. v* RICE :

    :i City . . .. . .. .. . .. . NEW METHOD+ CLEANED i

    A Phone V64-57U4 311 N. Temple A.,..

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    I BOOTERY Woodburn's Football_ Special;:_ _' r':. F. i

    Loans. 5.f't \ Gem wIry MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND.... NAME ?. :
    ACCESSORIESWin ,109 East Call St. one, ....$211 SUITS S Il I .II Y
    : ... '
    :. Ask us about low-cost new car financing.Before : : Every WeekWjilfi MIDO ELGIN 'TO$130 VALUES.00 7995 "
    you buy. Values From: ] ? 1H\\IONUS.) 'BIRTHSTONE RINGS( ..' ,. '..,,_ "'". Y aav, ,- f.U., :
    : It'u Que.tionoflavlng money. '-'-' ",1

    Stan's Booterymm .... All Ladles Summer f t :
    Federal Co.
    IS Deposit Insurance:
    : MOTHERS RINGS.... AND.... PINS Sportswear i l1" TO 1/2// i :
    I Florida' 2 Subsidiary Of( Florida i'tUClOC' AND BOYS :
    Largest Stock Of Jewelry in Bradford County ,I,

    :. National Banks, of t; .; I .National... Bank':Of';*1 SHOES $7.99 AND $14.99 CUFF RONSON SETS ZIPPO' TIE BARS COLIBRI AND.... LIGHTERS TACS ::::4 Ie OffCOLUMBIA :
    : :, Florida !i :
    Florida, Inc. 'Value. to $28.00 SPIDEL PRINCE GARDNFR ?Je / :'
    : Watch And Jewelry Repairing With 40 Years Experience i :

    Do You Have Unansw.r.d Questions About Come See a
    See The New 1973 i ii
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    I IIJRST SHELL SERVICE !!!;! 5 73 i
    i STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICE CARL HURST Chevrolet And Oldsmobile ,_ 'S ;:,

    : Can Provide Complete Information On All Types Of' Cooling ,,a..ee.............".,., N OlD On Display I A t m", ". :
    s For Complete: .. .. Conditioning nlC'.l-.r"m.h..lniti.\lln-. ; 24 HOUR J CYSLESStatlation : : :
    : : \ To Full Service:. You ten: PepenJ. On Jn Future. -- ., '
    ,... .. Wrecker. PI YMOUTHS ;11
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    : PERSONNEL........ TRAINED TO S.a..I'I I | Top Qualify Used Cars | I::
    ': f U.S. 301 North Phoae 964-7500 !
    323 Brownl. Stark., Flo.. .. .............. ..'\' J U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE PHONE 964-6600 i '

    : _....'"u"oui...u.." PHONE} 964-6111 "Sooner or later Your Favorite_Deafer" CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHHOWARD a i
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    .: KENTUCKY... vs. MISSISSIPPI STATE! t vs. :

    Terwillegar Motors LAKE GENEVA MOBILE HOMES S

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    J IS OUT TO HANG r' Best "Boom"From _:

    : Nursery And Lendsccip> 1913) HIGH ftIAT PRICES i ii

    : 2111 N.,,TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 964-3104 EI< COMPETITION' Your a

    i Our Service Includet_ The. Oder Quint Mobile" ; "_. \nJ To Make lour l>w<.ha. in.nlv. They(
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    s Will ProtlJtf f.o-y Finaruirq Savings. ,
    FORD TRUCK :ittT"tF.\elTI\GitUcTJOot.: : : : : : i
    SHOWING Tke.PIKV. :NilntiM %n hue C.....Mskll NMIMBelow
    .1 CaU 964-8104 For Free Ettimatei ; And L Association, Of Starke. :
    Friday, September 29 ) ALABAMA GEORGIA .ARIZONA vs. U.C.L.A._
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    ,For Maximum Beauty HOURS: !

    THE ANSWER TO TODAY$ LIVING NEEDS... s ; I 1 To control! f.Kal."'..ct.and,. Man., IJrl.; 7:30 T. 5
    t e i' SPRAY red. ifid..r.. "J f ibb.ry' III II HIM, .Sat. 7:30: To 4 I
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    THIS Will SHRUBBERY con ._.;.shrubs the StarkFlorid..

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