Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01309
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( No. 11 Thursday. October 12, 1972 Copy

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Set at"rdayA ,t. HomecomingBegins :

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large, crowd Is expected Saturday \ Tonight ';;

night. October 14, at the ''sixth ,annual I

Calf Scramble and ,Horse Show at tho
Bradford County Fairgrounds !

.Last year the event drew a 8 p.m. with a horse show stagSe -
crowd of about 3,000 and. an QueenTo
turnout is I 1 'tun t tf Mental'
equally largo expected ( Page 7)) Health
this Saturday.

The scramble 'annually pro- r BeNamed
vides 20 FFA and 4-H boys,
members of the Bradford pQliceLured ,b m 't.;' f Services NowAvailable

County; Chapters, the opportunity ry
; to win IS registered pure
bred calves, worth over $5,000

when fully grown. The annual By Lorry Oglesby .
event, sponsored by the Stance- HereComprehensive

Bradford County; Chamber of Away, It; Tornado. 'tfhtrl and'tho
Commerce, has served to Interest -,,
local youth In the cattle annual Bradford
mental health servicesare
raising: business and Improve Motel
the quality; of Bradford beef. now 'available to all residents of Bradford High homecoming

a the North '''Central' celebration Is set, to
Lucky winners are requiredto RobbedA County through
keep the calves for two years, Florida Community Mental Health Center. ,start tonight (Thursday -
enough time to allow them to :
start their own herd. The IS prank call last Thursday r John Snell chairman; of the Citizens Advisory Oct. 12)) as DHS

heifer calves won over the put Starke Group has announced. students present
night lured two police :
five years total 75 cattle put .1t. '" "Tornado Fans Stand
officers away from Holiday

program.directly In. That the Bradford number should cattle Inn where they were drinking : : Services Include : ; (See article Up and Cheer For
coffee: on a wild goose chaseto threatment for 5 issue of The
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have nearly tripled since the robber Our Winning
Reno while aa armed problem., Inpatient
program began. mado( away with about$200, xatlon, emor"o.icy ( Page 7)) Year."
Free to the public and supported
from the motel. consultation: and
by business and indivi- Festivities begin at ''7:30:
dual donations purpose of the While Patrolmen Claude Har- activities .of, the p.m. Thursday night In the.BHS
calf scramble is the Chamber',, dee and Julius Eunice were Outpatient football stadium.
effort to cooperate: with the having a coffee break during tained at the ;
county; agriculture industry In their tour of night( duty; about ,Health Department. The celebration conUnue.Friday' : .
Improving the quality; of Bradford 11 o'clock, they were apparently o 'r ford staff however On afternoon with a parade
County; cattle spotted by an armed man w + move into the old ; through downtown Starke in
Each winner is also requiredto intent on holding up the Inn.' house at Temple preparation for the Homecoming -
\ A few minutes later an anonymous Call Street game Friday night against
show his calf at the Bradford J
) Bolles. starting at 8
phone+ call to the police p.m.
County; Fair and to carry outa Local mental .
department said*that a'dead Highlighting 'Whirl.activities' "
pasture Improvement and feed "WiNk"" '.inow' : ,,
... -production"program on his own ''rtimf."w:: f1<3'ltig'voH' ,. "Brcrwnleer': Mamie McCutcnen.: tonight wW be the",naming of #
n, farm. Street in Reno and that a crowd and Mary Branson JlmTempii Join-' ''Hie1'' '72. BUS Homecoming
Other acUviUei.'plannsdforthis : had gathered around the body health technicians.: :* school adminis Queen.

year's scramble program Hardee and Eunice were dispatched Dave Jacobsen Tuesday In. a move The honor will go to one of
will provide an evening of fine to investigate the false mark and Pat Temple five BHS coeds: Joyce Lane,
entertainment 'for'' the ,entire report, and a short time later In Bradford County of the super* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. blah ,>
family according' to David police headquarters" received: leaders, Snell says. position he will as Lane of Lawtey; Pam Macy, I
Smith, chairman of the event a call from the Holiday 1m The new mental I. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Lloyd ''
and Robert Underhill, president that a robbery had taken place vices are available board okayed L. Macy of Kingsley Lake;Mar
of the Bradford. Roping .u In the county; with employ tha Buckley daughter of Mr.
Club. there.Wayne Walker night( auditor upon a person's ; recommendation of and Mrs. Gary T. Buckley of
Activities will begin with a at the Inn, said that he Snell states. Casey agreed Bayless Highway ChristieNlggs
One el these Bradford coeds will be named the 1972 Queenat
smiling High Homecoming
fried chicken' The North Board Member
supper at $L2S and Ann Harris, the desk clerk daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'G: per plate served between 4:30 and a guest Paul Swbert,were the> annual Tornado Whirl tonight Community; Mental .there is not John M. Rlggs Jr.. of Brooker.
;.... 11-: and 6:30: offtoe by' the Bradford at the main desk when a man The student .body. .voted Tuesday and the live pretty young ladies are In a state of ter was .. for temporary and Kathie Brown, daughter of
Chapter FT A;:'. entered and asked for a room. s.spensev.JTIiya"re; atbottojn Clwiette'Riggs, Breaker; Kathie Brown Srarke, and Martha as part of the of a superinten Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Brown of
Master of Ceremonies ; Mental Health but out he
nity pointed .Starke.
ge Huggins will beatthemlcro- When Shubert started to leave Brekliylyl.Ifij; way; standing 1 Joyce Lan., Lowtey, and Pom Macy,. .Kingsley Lake. gram In Bradford ; at a prin Voting was done Tuesday by

\ phone to kick off the evening's Walker said, the man drew a All are tenl.rtV percent of the for about six the students of BHS and the
events at 6:45.: MaxIe CarterJr. snub-nosed revolver and demanded ancing come. he a was superin winner will be announced: at the
., Chamber president, will the money from the funds, five per cent eight years ago. Whirl.
(give a short welcome and present cash register. state, and five per ,, temporary salary Whirl activities will include
registration papers to the the county.; The e.Uon of skits and BHS Drill Teamnum-
Walker said the robber took Sawyer
: winners of the 1970 scramble. Williams FacesRepublican ty; Commission bers. Climaxing the night's
' a supervisor's le-
... about $200 in cash after herd-
First tributes 60
cents bonfire
.. scramble Is scheduledfor Is activities will be a huge -
leg the three of them Into 14151.60 per
7 p.m. with the second: at asecretary's some $11,000 per aimed at the Bolles Bull
basic 10-
office then made a
7:15.:Two chicken. his escape. He was describedas program.Services of the of$11,130,40 days dogs.
scrambles are Sondra Morris .Is
the chairman
scheduled after the second calf a whit male, about 5-10 able throughout 10 work at $2,271.60, of the
Nov.5Havlnlr celebrations.
of $750
height weighing around 165 per
scramble for children NE Florida with
7-9 ;
ages Classes and their skits are:
He had
pounds. brown hair and
and 10-12 and at 7:45 the third as the hub and freshman"But Coach You Ne-
and final calf scramble is blue eyes, and was wearing a ations, consist of five given an office
school adminis ver Told Us About The Tornadoes -
light gray suit and white shirt

scheduled.The greased pig scramble without rte. Walker said. disposed of his Democratic says she is 'no "woman's She is a charter member of cians services and provided team. account.'I"Avenue, the old USO ,faculty,"; "sophomores-Juniors-" A Special In the
where for
girls, a feature of the put opposition In the Second libber" but thinks she can do the Ponte Vedra Woman's Cluba vices are currently he Documentary of Events of BHS
days will
two years, has been cancel- PrImary Frank Williams ofCrystal good Job for the cause of and a founding member of Four Alachua General in Ms Join for 72r" and seniors"Nosey
led due to a lack of entrants. Lake, Democratic nominee conservatism by serving In the Foundation, Inc., an organiza- The mental health camp" Ned's fVews."
4 Horses for the House of Representatives. State Legislature tion to build a home for non- power bloc.
The program will continue at so has special First place skit will receive
Duval Coun-
25th District faces Mrs. Holiiday has a degreedelinquent girls children alcoholics, ) Tuesday, As $70 and second place will get
one more hurdle In the General in business administration from ; to combat the use of Connie Clark was $35 while the same prizes go
Burn In Election before reaching his Massey Business College In Mrs. Holliday says she was nagenlc and addicting: the board to have In the floats. '
11i1o 1im QIrty goal of serving In the State Jacksonville, and a medical seformerly a Democrat, but liaison activities with of appreciation Club floats will be Judged different -

Legislature.. cretary degree from Career changed her registration be- forcement agencies Supt. Casey and from the class floats
Barn FireFour Time was when getting the Opportunities Insultute. She Is cause she did not agree with There Is'also an Sawyer whose and will rec.lve"$35 for first
Democratic nomination for an vice president of General some of the liberal policies of service providing January I. Saw- prize and $20 for second Cars
horses were burned to office in this part of Florida Microfilm Corp., and also vice the party "I'm a conserva- phone coverage and seekreelection.. will also be Judged; the first
death Monday when bam,own- was tantamount to election, but presldent of Doyle &: Assocla- e trained volunteers to Place award is $10 and second:
ed by Rep. Gene Shaw of SUrke, such Is not always now the case. tea, a public relations firm. (See Page 7)) to any mental health ( ,. 7)) S5.
I on SR-230 east of Starke caught, Although Republicans are still Class princesses, who will
fire and burned to the ground. almost as "scarce u hen's make up the Queens Court
teeth" in Bradford County; they are: freshmen-Jacqueline De-
Nobody was at the barn when are beginning to be quite apolitical else Smith daughter of Mr.
the fire Ignited from remnants force In neighboringClay Raises Asked Fo r City and Mrs. Fred Smith of Law-
RU MAG SALE of a trash pile burned earlier and St. Johns Counties toy and Beverly! Gene Meng
In the day. But sparks apparently which comprise: the 25th District daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul

remained alive and grass along with Bradford. Confusion reigned for over under the Police Council Clerk Meng of Hampton Lake; sophomores I,
Saturday near the barn caught Ore, with new Edwards said point hu not been
Williams' in the two hours in Starke's city hall Standards Act to be addedon Byrd daughter
the wooden frame building catching opposition he thought the $131 He said Fuqua of Mr.
9 A.M..3 P.M' fire from the grass,Shaw November 7 General ElectionIs Tuesday night as Police Chief top of the $131. cluded the Incentive but that nobody stone Clyde Byrd of Key
said. In the person of Mrs Pat Ken Fuoua and almost his entire ,After listening to the policemen completion of the ... the IRS rules daughter Heights Mr.and Kim Hodges,
At Farmer Gulf Station A veterinarian had left the Holiiday to Ponte Vedra, who department argued with the for over two hours, the hours of training. Hodges of and Mrs. E.W.
I barn Just half an hour priorto city council overpay raises for council, with Nell Tucker dissenting Councilman Neil \ the city; has re- iors- Joy Hampton Louise Lake Jun ,
the fire Shaw six patrolmen. finally went along with the entire deal Andrews, '"
said. The posed In state revenue
Walnut & MadisonStarke daughter of Mr. and .
\ horses normally would have Co. D SetsPractice Fucria wants. a raise from Fuqua's request But exactly edly pointing out that and that$300 per Andrews, and Brenda Mrs.Gale La- ..1
been out of the barn but were $113 per week to $126 for how his request has been interpreted employees are Is due each of Thompidns. daughter
kept In their stalls Monday for On two rookie patrolmen and $131 was in question Wednesday percent raises unless who have com and Mrs. Ernestine of Mr.
the vet's ...It. per week for four permanent morning. less than $2.75 cents hours of re- both of Starke. ThompMns.
Sponsored By The Bradford County Fire Civil DisorderA patrolmen, a matter of $3,536 Prior to the Tuesday night Policemen tarn more He said those Friday afternoon
Department was called to the .per,,>ear. The chief finally session, Clerk Edwards had Clerk Edwards was not be considered Starke can at 1:30
Bradford County scene) at 12:15: p.m. but the field training exercise on thought he won his point Tuesday I In the new budget I a base pay to contact the Wage 5 1/2 per cent traffic Jam prepare for a massive !
barn had burned +when the firemen civil disturbances will be conducted night, but Clerk Merrill for patrolmen of $118, plus the unit of the Internal see the annual as the city; will
Hospital "uxlltaryc.01 arrived. Fire Chief Har- Saturday Oct. 14. by Edwards said Wednesday, mornIng acrosstheboard'pay Increase Service in doa't want to see rade featuring Homecoming class Pa-
DMalnt)53rdSupport) and club
ry Green said he saw smoke Company that was not what he was of 5 1/2 per cent or U incentive pay from vote to violate floats, the BHS
from a fire from his auto parts Battalion, the local National 'told. Edwards copied his new $6.51 which totals $124.91. To can be given on top of you?" Tucker the BHS drill teams marching band
business on North Tempi Guard unit. salary schedules for the six that the clerk added the incentive per cent. ed ,and dress
.iJJlJt (Hommunflyfttatr! Avenue for half an hour before The exercise will take placeat policemen straight fromMa table pay of $5.77 for a total Fuqua argued that to put the dol The up cars.parade will
the alarm Bradford School during the held of$130.68.After leave BHS
wu received by the by Police grading his ( the Incentive: at 1:15 and
Sank department. Green said he morning hours. Jackson. the lengthy discussion raises proceed up Temple
although I
ted Fuqua" an Ave. (tIS 301) to Call ,
phoned both the Sheriffs Local residents should not The Police Department also Tuesday night and his consultation : 1/2 per cent will be then turn east down Street
A..r vas u- Department and Florida Forest be disturbed by any noises coming meant for $300 per year incentive with Sgt. Jackson, the clerk because of that. He and for to Thompson Call Street
T.-.. Service for Information about from the high school Company pay. which breaks downto put a base salary of $126 for state's new Revenue Pat Henry ad- SR-100 St. south on
............_c... the smoke but could find out D states. The exercise $25 per month or $5.77 per rookies and$131 for permanentpatrolmen Act u authority for Thompson to and then : i

nothing. will be completed by noon. week, coming from the state Into the budget But ments. But Tucker an ( Page 7)) proceed andbacktoBHS: west. to,. 0ranIe Street a


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Class Of 1947 Hurst Home Shower Given Festive Dish
For Cheryl Dodd i iJ
Plans Events Ace'801Party BrideelectMiss

For Weekend

The home of Mr. and Mrs Cheryl Dodd, brlde-
Following Is the schedule of Carl Hurst on Searing Street elect, was honored at a bridal
vents for the Class of 1947 reunion was the: setting Saturday, night: shower last Friday night given
to be held here this week- for a supper and party; for mem- res, 3 by Mrs. Tullle Norman at her
end: bers of the FIr.tlapt1atChurcb home on Highway. 229 and Mrs.
Friday 8 p.m.Football Adult choir and their wives, Elva McRae.
game BUS Homecoming Tor- husbands and dates. Special The refreshment table was
nadoes vs Holies. The Classof guests were the new pastor and covered with a white linen cloth '
'47 will sit together in a his wife. Rev. and Mrs. James and centered with a crystal
special section that will be T. Brock. punch bowl encircled with fern u l ,,
marked. 10 p.m.-- Informal Guests w.re.rved buffet and seasonal flowers. Mrs.
get-together at Holiday; Inn. style In the dining room. Picnic Gerald Norman presided at the
Saturdayheadquarters at tables were set up on the punch bowl and Mrs. Elva Mc-
Holldiy Inn open from 0 a.m. and carport ,t\ Rae and Mrs Qa Ellis served
to 5 p.m. for visiting. Activity achrtieod In. bright screed I' 1 cake.
will be planned for the Ni Twenty guests called between
cloths for the 60 attending members 't b r
children of members. 6:30: p.m. and guests. the( hours of 7 ,and 9 p.m.
Social hour at Starke Golf and Following supper, special entertainment ,
Country Club. 7:30Dinner was furnished by ,
and program at Country Club. the popular local group"Under UDC EntertainedBy
9 :>.m.- Dance at Country Club The Son" composed of Don : ;, '
Mrs. Beasley
(Informal dress). Hardy, Bob Edwards and Mike ,,l;;' 1
Hanks. Impromptu and Informal 'joJ' And Mrs. KincaidW.T. 1I
group singing followed the en-
Hospital Auxiliary tertainment. Weeks chapter UDC, I
Assisting Mrs. Hurst In ser- with Mrs. O.L. Beasley I
and spaghetti
Rummage SaleThe ving were Mrs. John Greene. ____ ,;.. and Mrs.J.W. Kincaid on Wednesday combined Net yourself with some flavor family extras praise as varied with this and ray as Mardi Gras.
Mrs. Mary Jo Evans Mrs. afternoon of last week. features canned spaghetti In mildly seasoned
Bradford County Hospital Eugene Tanner, and Mrs William Joyce President Danny Brown presents the Chamber's" John Myors with a $25 contribution Mrs. Lester Crews presided tomato Crab saute Louisiana with cheese and flaked crab. Add the magical seasoning
Auxiliary will hold rum- George. toward Saturday's calf scrambU. The donation took a big bit from the Jayc..'. over the meeting when plans powers of sliced mushrooms, chopped onion, pungent garlic,
mage sale Saturday from 9 a.m. for the coming year were out- and colorful green pepper strips to create a glamorous main course.

to Service 3 p.m.Station In the corner former of Wal-Gulf Junior Club '.#$100#, tr.asurv..." '." ...,'..'.',." ,.' ',.'.' .,.,.. ,.,..,.#.__ d...u.._.._,U. _.U.d.U#...." .r.__. lined.Mrs. Johnny Barrett the,historian of worthy Complete peach of inellin.the your carnival)festive'.S. Keep season.menu your with pantry buttered well broccoli,stocked and with a dessert canned
nut and Madison Streets. Proceeds Sees Work Of hostess for the presented on and canned seafood for perfect put-together meatless
will go toward furnishings Johnson war: Miss Jean Mundy attended Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta reading of the minutes from spaghetti
for the hospital. Local Artist evening. American National Recreation Is spending several weeks the first chapter meeting which meals. LOUISIANE
Juniors planned another CRAB
convention In Los Angeles, with her son-in-law and daughter took place in 1915. She also
Woman's Club of ."Arlve Alive" program for the Calif last week. She was accompanied Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatch- gave a brief history of the local 1 can (2!sancta' ) .IU oil mimliroomi. drained
The Junior coming Thanksgiving holidays. by her mother, Mrs. Jr branch of the UDC and the +rmm0 IIrC"1I I 1"'IH'r I' strips|'
C Starke mot Monday night Oct. They also planned for their er. J'l j cuP I!iMIppwl iltiliin!
ut of Mrs. Linda W.B. Mundy and aunt Mrs. National organization 1 immll i ln\t::::*Ill nh'.tuiuredttcnvrous ::::
3. at the home first chicken box lunch sales Guy Sale. They were also sightseeing Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng of During the social hour Mrs. diirih. NiHlu'd tli,>'im>
,t Kay Johns. artist,' which! will begin on November In California there. St. Petersburg Beach spent the Beajley and Mrs. Kincaid served 2! IIIh"'s,..","hlllll, lir IlllirjCllt'IflM .
Starke with cb'e8e
Millard Judd 4, I mil (13'/ omiii'K) 1'1I"h"ttl' In ttnuntntwru'
displayed some of his paint Caruso weekend with their parents,Mr. refreshments.Mrs. 1 tau' ((7 uuiT.'.) inib, iliiilntHlmul 1 linked I) '
and Mrs. John H. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Rober
Mr. discussed their orb and Mrs Paul Meng and Mr.' Dash 'Ikpper
announce the birth of a ings and Mrs. Eve Baldwin spent the of Lavallette, N.J. were Saturday and Mrs. E.L. Matthews.Mr J.C. Dukes and Mrs.
daughter Laura Lynn, on Oct. gins.After refresh- weekend In Gainesville with guests of Mr and Mrs. DW. Whitten of the Junior Wo- In saucepan cook mushrooms green pepper, onion garlic, and
6, in Aiachua: General Hospital. melts were the program served. Mrs.Faye Mrs. Nell Webb and friends. Harry Mooty. and Mrs.Harry Bennett of man's Club attended the Southside FFWC thyme in Heat butter; stir until now vegetables and then.are Makes tender.2 to Add,3,servings.remaining.;" ingredient \
Sunday district tour at the
.. Jacksonville were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woman's Club In Jacksonville Variation: Substitute 1 can ((70Un'e8)) tuna, drained'and flaked
Beanett. last Friday. or 1 can ((5 ounces) boned chicken with broth, cut up for crab.

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: V\\ cup tableHpoon choppl'r1 brown walnuts RugarDrain Pastry for 2-cru.t pie I

pears and finely dice. Combine pears, mincemeat walnuts /
brown sugar and brandy or rum. Roll_pantry %-lnch Ir
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I Brown) Str..t political sign cam down In a pro|.ct ,.... ." ... .J --------
carried out last w..k by Stark. Girl Scouts. The young Mr. and Mrs. 11.A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs Otto SIemer .. 1-' \
spent Saturday to Tuesday of ,
visited her brother Hugh Register -
ladies couldn't r.ach some signs but got all th.y could, in Tallahassee over the last week at Paradise Island
rvports Mrs. Lourl Mullins, their I.od.r. weekend.Mr. in the Bahamas attending; a hairstyling
was selected for his achievement in forest conserva-
_____nn___ seminar. Top FFA WinnerDavid tion while a student at Bradford High School at
and Mrs. Barney Null Gerald Norman was honoredat Starke. He has planted 9.000 seedlings controlled ,.
Mrs. John W.Griffin of Ochlo- Mr. and } Gene Curry of Fernandlna Beach were Sun-
a birthday supper Saturday undesirable hardwoods on 36 acres thinned 36 acres, "
chnee, Ga. spent the weekend and son, Bob, of Statesboro, day guests of Mr. and Mrs. night given by Ms brother-In. Wainwright, second from left, 1972 Future pruned 36 acres constructed two miles of firebreak, -:
with her slater,.'' .Miss Lillian Ga. were weekend guests of C.C. Hill law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Farmers of America state forestry winner from carried out a prescribed burn on 405 acres and cruised ;..
Stump. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East B.J. Eggers In Jacksonville Starke, is congratulated on his environmental effort 136 acres. The young environmentalist has harvested -:'
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamil- Miss Kay Turner of North Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Thoseattending were Mr. and by U.S. Congressman Don Fuqua, second from right. 3'/i cords of pulpwood, 22 cords of fuelwood and: 3.000
ton were weekend guests of Mr. Florida Junior College and Herbert Thomas over the week- Mrs.Mrs. Homer Tullie Norman Stearns, Mr. and Accompanying the young winner is his high school fence posts while improving his land. Wainwrightand
and Mrs. W.F. Thomson In Brant Turner of Valdosta State end. Mru. Rudolph: Sapp, ,Mrs.Mr. El-and teacher and FFA adviser, Paul C. Hutchins left and the other state winners from the Southeast will
Tallahassee and attended the College wore Sunday guests of At 1'irley and Hank of don Sapp and Mrs. ElvaMcRae. 11. E. George right of Gainesville district sales travel to Houston Tex. Oct. 9, where they will address
UF-FSU football game. their grandparents Mr. and Morritt( Island spent son.the week- manager for Seaboard Coast Line Railroad sponsorof that city's business leaders at a luncheon sponsoredby
Mrs. James Barron. end with Mrs. Lonnie Harley the. awards program in the Southeast. Wainwright Seaboard.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes gave Among those attending the ,
a family cookout Sunday afternoon Mrs. J.H. Museley returned and attended the'UFFSUgame.Mr. UF-FSU game in Tallahassee
at their poolslde for 2nd Monday after two weeks visit Saturday were Mr. and Mr*.
Lt. and Mrs. Johnny Warren.Lt. with Dr. and Mrs. Jay MoseleyIn and Mrs. Glen Conner Marc Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.F. Herlong returned Mrs. S.G. Denmark visited Sgt. Steve Edwards who has Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned '
and: daughter: : : of Orlando were Warren Wlnkler. Mr. and Mrs. her daughter. 'Jove. In La- been stationed In Zwlebrucken =
Warren was home for the Knoxville, Tenn. Monday after ten days visit with Wednesday from aweek'
of Mr. and
weekend from Fort Benjamin weoko.ilIsltors: McKae and attended Marion Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. May Purvis In Gaines- Grange, Ga. over the weekend. -Germany. the past 2 1/2 years visit with relatives in !
Harrison, Ind. Mrs. Roy'Ward and daughter, Mrs. Barney UF-FSU Mrs. J.D. Odom. Mr. and Mrs ville. Mrs. Herlong had as Steve Denmark attended the ,will arrive home today. He Mobile, Ala. and attended the "
Jane, of Lake City visited Mrs. the game. Charlie Bradwell and Mr. and Tuesday guest, Mrs. Christine football game in Athena Ga. has been discharged from service Early family reunion Sunday, ;
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton, Mrs. S.L. Peek,Sr.Wednesday of last Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Brian Hamilton.Mr. Layfleld, of Fort White. on Saturday. after four years duty. in Qultman, Miss.
Hazel Bitch Mrs. Carl Brown week. County Hospital this week .'
and Miss Norma Canova of the include: Mrs. Fern Hanson and Mrs. Kenneth This -
Starke Woman's Club attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Thorntonof Keystone Heights; Waver Grif- and family of Savannah, Ga. <<
FFWC, district tour.at the Miami will be Friday guests fls Maxville' ; Susie Mae Allen, were weekend visitors of Mr
Southslde Woman's Club. In of Mrs. R.G. Thornton and Mr. Mrs. Marcellne Goolsby See- and Mrs. H.K. Tyus.
Jacksonville Friday. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. ber Goodman, Mrs. Emma
burble Harris and Sid Shuford Mrs. Carrie Bitch returned
Mr. and Mrs.1 LV. Turner Robert Johnson of Sacra Starke; Lonnie Tetstone and Monday after three weeks In the
were In Atlanta Saturday to mento Calif was an overnight Wendy Tetstone Brooker. Riverside Hospital where she
Tuesday attending the Trade guest last week of his cousins
Show as representatives for I Mr, and Mrs. Leo Champion.Mr. Kevin Crawford of Ocala will underwentsuregery.
.: Champion who had been the weekend with hisgrandmothertMrs.'W.1l. .
Environmental EqulpTnent spend; .
"" Fa=.IIC'\Jacksonvllle. "t --'" confined-in the, Alachua General ; ,'Harti NW and Mrs. John Tra- t t'Big
han and daughter; Susan, spent
,*# *.>. '-> Hospital for two weeks returned '
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the weekend with her parent, '
? home last Thursday. :
Mrs. Edith Christiansen Savings
Mr. and Mrs.Henry Stefanelli the week with her Mr. and Mrs. Mate WhItehead, U /
were In Jacksonville Sunday Lynn Collins of Starke.a sophomore spent past The, Trahans have Just returned Us* Yot Master
sister. Mrs. L.W. Strickland
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John at Florida Southern after 11 month in Germany.
Caruso and Mr. and Mrs. Albert College Lakeland, has pledged in Wlldwood.. Sgt Trahan Is now stationed Now ThruSaturday Charge At Carps
Stefanelll and family Seta Tau Alpha social sorority .i at Fort Bragg. N.C. until Jan-
during the ,annual fall rush. Florida. coll.iul.s; are at I their uary when he will be dis
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombwere A 1971 graduate of Keystone Ix-itt when cooked quickly l lu charged. !
camping at Lockloosa Heights High School she is JIM. t">iuli>r.
Lake over the weekend. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. >,.,.
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5 Cosmetology Students Pass Florida Exam, .r '", New ApplianceRepairman ......'\., l' .4'

Five cosmetology students at Manning, and Mrs. Warn Board at Cosmetology, according ..rr
the Bradford-Union Area Vocational Hughes. to Mrs. Orie Hutcnlns,cosmetology -
Technical Center passed Throe of the above students Instructor at the Vo- I Now AvailableTom

the Florida State Board of Cosmetology have already .been.employed In- Tech Center .' 'I'j ', ''. ; ; .:.'\ "
examination last local beauty shops. ; r'
Thursday The examinations: were administered Mlxon maJor appliance,
Edwards District
Mrs. Madge i
Student passing the test in UleVo-TechCen- repairman is now associatedwith
are Miss Patricia Ann Good ter Cosmetology Lab which was 111 Supervisor for the Starke Appliance Service
conducted the examlnas2 ,
man, Miss Deborah K Gunter made possible through the cooperation Board 323 West Brownlee Street.
Mrs. Julie Johns Mrs. Gayle of the Florida State tlona. _I MIxon is a retired servicemen "'

I with ,over 10 years experience TRAY .47
In repairing refrigerates

r. \ washers, dryers, ranges -
etc. He has Just moved to
'\ i I Starke from Clearwater.The AVAILAILEAIOUT
I t Mlxons are building a
"I,"s home at the corner of Madison -

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Starke. He can be reached for, OCT. 16 -
service calls at Starke Ao-

'' '.; ;"; pllance Service phone 984- e..Sat.

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I bank and the Brad-
... Opening a >> account reactivating
r62cq' .,' _;ford Chapter of the American Heart Association or. Mr*. State Prison trustees.

-2 Ncoma Nelson, chairman, and Mr*. Annette Kitchen, :: climbed a fence at the "0'

,secretary. .. unit, medium security!; prisonon RYE MASS

cr<" -- : '* Florida Bank at Stork executive J.E. Toml'lnson, shown New(the River Bradford before County dawn side Mon-of SEE

opening. the account lest Thursday, i II treasurer. .'. day, and escaped.The I
Donation may be mailed to the Florida Bank at.Storko ;t men were Identified as t
to the Heart Fund account in car. of Tomllnton. William Taylor, 28, of Pensa- Lb., ..145D
cola and Donald Banta 22,
,February I is Heart Month and the local) chapt.r of the ,
of Carml, 111. Both were serving -
3-J! Heart Association plans a, fund railing drive then, Mrs. ten-year terms and were Ib. 5."f

Helton *ay*. recently granted the status of
"trustees" with residence in
the "0' unit (formerly knownas 100 Lb. 1149

Bradford the star-shaped maximum
Farm Receipts security!; building). Under the

new prison set-up, the buildingIs
used for prisoners who
now NOW IS

Near 2.5 Million In '71 for risks are work-release considered Including good those program security eligible, and THE TIME

In Bradford outside Jobs on the farm squad. TO
Farm receipts than in- APPLY
larger average gross most commodities, the farm
Raymond Massey superin-
County totaled $2,435,000: : during -
comes. community as a whole Is look- tendent of the Fljrtda: \( : :State.
2f the past year, which proved As for net Income-- that Is Ing forward to ending 1972 In Prison (formerly known as the 4;; FALL WEED
financially {
be better
to Inflation
a *
another story. continued -
better shape than It has for
East Unit) said the two tru.tMil -
than It.was for farmers and 'to wipe out a good partof some time according to the apparently climbed the single AND FEED i
: ranchers In many .sections the prospective gains because -
survey. "O"
fence around the unit
2- of the nation !I prices paid by farmers
:: 4G:2 uiT.e& The Income figure and dogs were able to follow
;; representsgross for production Items, Interest
receipts before taxes and taxes, and wages rose considerably Civitans Shown their tracks directly to nearby 2,500 Sq. Ft.Coverage 5.95

operating costs are taken Into during the period. The Highway 16. .
account. Included are the cash rise was about five per cent Film Of ParisJames "We. believe that someone"
proceeds from farm market- in 1971 according to the Department was: waiting to pick them up,
and Massey said, "and the dogs 'PROTECT
togs, governmentpaymonts, of Agriculture.This of
L. Peek president "
Ke "Income In kind," which Is the year, however, prospects Bank Starke lost the trail at the highway .
A-- the Florida at :
sentenced In Es-
value of products grown and appear to be much brigh- showed film strips of his and cambla Taylor was County for arson, >'t'1';i{; YOUR
consumed the farm. The ter. Aided by better prices for .
Mrs. Peek's summer trip to ...
breaking and entering, and auto "
figures were contained In a Paris to Clvltan Club membersat theft. I .1SHRUBS AND
survey report recently released t t0
breakfast meeting
their weekly -
Banta sentenced In Du-
by Standard Rate and Data was :' TREES FROM
Service. $75,000 Set Tuesday morning. vat County for robbery. \'
Highlights were the Arch of Prison officials said that Tay- ';" ;
Of the cash receipts from
the sale of farm good here, For ResearchOn Triumph and a modern Inter- lor'has 319 tattoos over most of
city railroad system his body. Including one In the
an estimated 24 came from attended MONTHS
crops and 76% from live- Lovebugs Eighteen Civitans In ;shape of a star on the right
sock: poultry and dairy pro- with the J.E. Tomlinson chargeof side of his face. AHEAD USE HARD
program. Massey said that one of themoil
ducts. Gov. Keubln Askew and other The Clvltan Club Is selling
.. hid already qualified for GREEN
Despite the fact that prices
members of the State Halloween candy. The Club and
the work release
obtained for farm products and
have decided to underwrite aidhemophilia
a will use the proceeds to
livestock were at a low level the other was moved Into the"O"
$75,000 research program to victims and other 50 LB. 3.65nioI
'' '' '' .'during' the first half of the unit In anticipation that he !
.. '' year find to eradicate the .
;: .'h" a way pesky"lovebugs" worthwhile causes.
'lw.1'r'.j'r. r
7 would be approved for It also. H
.. ."'." ,," '.. ,,"(P..P.III' ,._,, : '''. ,. ",, 'lecdnd'they picked half..up, Att somewhat a result,In many the millions In which north! swarm and central py the., ", ;.- .' ". .," \ : I

larmer.'Were able to report Florid two months of the Padgett HouseDestroyed
year. CORRECTION! Sets
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Speed is necessary, the Cabinet No /1In'.I'ance was available ,

said since the goal of the Sunday BlazeThe to talus young .We.jiey Thomas,
program should be to find arr.ctslrom LB..39
awayto suffering/ allergic ,
wipe out the bugs,which mess a bee sting, to a Gainesville I
The ----.l home of Mr. and Mrs.
Announcing Opening up car windshields and radiators Eldwood Padgett on Dayless hospital, the Dewitt C. Jones
or a least cut down on Funeral Home told the Tele-
Highway was totally destroyedby
their numbers before the Infestation graph this week.
fire which broke out Sunday rkrfvfl.
Of < next spring. night about 11 o'clock. The family The Telegraph stated In Its
"They may be like the com- Oct. 5 article headed "Bee
was not at home at the 1COMOUSEPRUFE
mon cold, for which no remedycan 1
That Was A-nost Fatal"
H HAND HY time, and nothing was saved Sting
be found, said AgricultureCommls.loner
from the fire.Neighbors that no driver was available to
.L Doyle Conner. discovered the* take an ambulance to Jackson
Bill'S ( .B. RADIO In recent year. the bugs have blaze, but there was a delayIn ville. Instead, Charles Schmidt
gotten so bad that they are now
,Y turning In the alarm, and informed the Telegraph Monday KILLS
starting to hurt Florida's tourist
the County Volunteer Fire Oct. 9, all three of Jones'Starke
Industry. Would-be visitorsto
Department did not get the ambulances were out on
EQUIPMENT the state are beginning to call until 11:30. By the time calls at the time the Bradford MICEU.IAM
learn that driving can be
very reached the County Hospital called for one
unpleasant In Florida during house was too far scene gone to fn take young Wesley to Gnliosvllle. ..........
May and September.The achmidt said he was at .un'0 use vf""_1,1 i,
321 N.: TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE Fla. male and female lovebugsfly save.The, the funeral by himself when the -.-*-
cause of the fire was '
around at mating time in call came In but had an ambu- CAUf101 ,..
not determined.
pairs, and a swarm of them can lance been available he would\ :
PHONE, 964-8346 blacken the windshield and front ;nave driven It himself. .MiMMY/1
of a fast-moving car or truckIn
a few minutes. History Group e e

"We constantly get letters To Meet OcL 19 Football is not really a* STOP THE RATS AND
from people up north asking how ,
Distributor For Pearce Simpson ". violent ait torn people make
to combat" the lovebugs In The Bradford County Historical it out 10 be, unless/ you (tr"",. la
Florida University. of Dr.Florida William entomoli-Eden, Society will meet at 7:30: yet a hot dog at hoi//-lime. MICE NOW THE COLD

p.m. Thursday Oct. 19, In the
Products gilt told the cabinet In askingfor Starke library.

research funds. "All we Members are asked to bring
can tell them Is not to come articles of historical interest THE! BRADFORD

here In May or September, or for the usual "show a.id tell" COUNTY .TELEGRAPHPublished
to drive at when the
\ > :' \ bugs session, and there will be a RUN MORE INSIDE
are asleep, he added. discussion of the status of the every" Thursday
Conner said that Dr. Eden old courthouse preservation a' 1.18: W. Call Street

'. has discussed a lovebug research project, Jim Bloodworth,president Starke, Florida 32MI
program with Sen. Law- of the Society!; said 1 lib. Pallet 1.47
Opening ton Chiles, and federal agriculture Second class postage paidat
officials, and will soon I
unveil a study proposal.The Slarke. Florida I Lb. i
SPECIAL Cabinet hope. that the MEAL .47
A seasoned 'traveler toy he Sulwerlpllon" Rates:
university grant will provide studies' the welcome: la trade i
signs in area KM
Pearce $1 95 many lovebugs unknown, and develop facts about ways the to front pick' ": the of one motels with and the tries to ; ills six month
Simpson 109 quietest.sounding -
control their twice a year population convention./ Outside trade area 15.50 1 1LB.

explosion per year; S3.00 Ux month. '

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HighlightsBy ion. plant men's
Plant WillReopen The borne offlc of Jaymar ind boys' shirts., ,,\\ ,.

BUS Journalism Class the Junior class fund the classof The weekly Splitter of the Week Soon .
everybody bring your nap- 74 undertook last week the award went to the Junior Class 1:1
ft InsI Homecoming parade pre- annual task of selling Home for showing the most school ,
parattona have begun at B.H.S. coming corsages. According to spirit during the week. Presi- Murano Manufacturing co. H''I '
Classes and clubs have already class president Bobby Jenkins dent Bobby Jenkins accepted the the garment factory at Waldo
started working on their floats. the white yellow or bronze award presented by the cheer- which has been closed for the I
The parade has a special boost corsages are selling for$2.50: leaders."Atheletes. about) month, will reopen In ,
this year with prizes for the for a plain one, and $3.50: for a two weeks) under the '
best float and cars. Prizes fancy corsage. The fancy corsages management of Jaymar, a concern I 1.
for the floats are: First orlze- will have a mlnlfootball that operates plants) In : "
$35; Second prize- $23; Third them to keep as a souvenir of For Christ, The Live Oak Brantord wTn.according .,
; prize- $10. Prizes for the cars the Tornadoes' Homecoming fellowship of Christian Athletes to Waldo Mayor Nlch- '" \
t are: First prize- $10.00, and victory. The. Junior dads has met Thursday, October 3, olsnu .
second: prize $5.00. otdered 425 corsages from a local for the yearly election of officers. -
The parade will be highlighted florist, and SO more will be Officers elected for this The plant was) originally setup ."..,
br tile-B.n.s. Marching Band sold tit the gate of Homecoming veer are: CaoU Bandy\ Casklna." by the Waldo Community; .
.and an Invtattlon to other bands night. Captain' Elect-Billy BI :ham. Ken Puqua, right, receives his $100 cash prise far Development Corp and the rY1
has been made In Small Business" : Administration
to march the Secretary-Dannie Neal Trea I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITYTO
parade. winning the third Football Contest for Cash from TelegraphAd as Murano Mf COL. under the ,
The 1972 homecoming has Involved Chairman-Eddie surer-Jimmy Cauley, Devotion Editor Claude Crawson. Th. football contest direction of Casper' Murano. THANK EACH CITIZEN WHO VOTED AND '

everyone. It has really The B.H.S. Junior Varsity liamentarian BlalockPar- for cash. Is a brain child'of Crawson, a confirmed "foot About 40 persons were employed SUPPORTED ME IN.THE RECENT ELECTION.
been a community affair, allowing Tornadoes played the Buchholz Cindy Mitchell was elected club ball nut"Young at the plant during the several -
more businesses to donate Bobcats at B.H.S. Thursday sweetheart for this year and years It was In operation.
money for prizes. Rehearsal night The Tornadoes were defeated plans were made for the upcoming
will be Wednesday nightat by 2 points, with a final year. Ken Wins Mayor Nicholson said the MY CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO
8:30. Tornado Whirl will be score of 22-20. Baby Tornadoes Fuqua Waldo Development Board met ,
Thursday night at 7:30.: put up a good fight and last Thursday night with representatives MR. SANDERS AS OUR NEW BRADFORD COUNTY
The ,Junior class sponsoring a ..... lost only by a small margin. Third Football ContestIt of Jaymar and the J
Homecoming dance featuring Small Business Administrationto JUDGE.
The girls athletic association
the Sole. It will beheld work out the agreement. under
Friday, October 13, at the (G.A.A.) decided In a meetingon was \upset week in'college .of points scored by one team which the plant will reopen. CARt.. ::.HURST '
October 4 to raise mOIMylor and Starke
Armory. The dance Is semi- "Fired Up With Spirit" Is the football teenager had to be applied. Fuqua< won He said that about 80 workers (Pd. Pol. Adv.) "
the G.A.A. fund by selling Ken 16-year-old of
Fuqua son his of 48 points, closer
will be
employed at the plant
formal and will Immediately best to describe B.II.S.lItu. nr------- uuinrirniuLnjinnnnnnr
way Jerseys. They have also decided Police Chief Ken Fuqua, who by three points to the actual mjLnnnnnnnrnnnr-ru--ruruT.-ir--u-Lrjj Ji.nrr
follow the. game and last until dents Thursday at the Pep Rally to purchase safety belts for went against most of thoi'odds 42 points scored by the University ,.----- .-_.-.-.-..-.-.-.-__.-__.- -- ---- -* --:-."' '
midnight. for the Bradford Tornadoell'annual ------------------- ----- --; _
use In the gym. won the third week of the Tel- t
of Florida and the University -
In order to raise for Oak! .
money game against Live '
egraph's Football Contest for of Southern California.Mrs. .
Cash. Dyal guessed 53 points.
Mrs. B. G. Pyal, the for Young\ Fuqua has graduated
mer Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, from a motorcycle to an auto- wANTED1EXPERIENCED :
a retired elementary schoolteacher mobile. He says the $100 will !
TIDE's was a close secondIn go to repair his set of wheels.
this week's guessing game Fuqua succeeds 1971 BItS grad
entered by over tOO grid fans, Larry Brown of Lawtey and
from Starke. Lawtey Hampton Tornado footballer Levy Len-
Brooker, Keystone Heights
winners of the contest ,
non' as ,
Melrose, Lake Butler Gainesville
by mer-
being sponsored area
"' Ralford, and KIngsley
A PRICE TAG", Lake,' chants for 10 weeks. BHS students .
Both young Fuqua and Mrs. therefore have won theconte.t
two of the three weeks
YOU'LLLIFE Dyal missed three games and '.
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Health' School Calf Scramble Raises Asked Speeders Dominate plea Day I IAll

Treatment. (Prom. P.g. 1)) For Policemen .
but two of the case Inplea Hackney, Patricia FetfitProwse. Persons who1 bonds were
(Fro. P 8. I 1)) Bonds Bradford day Tuesday morning In Marjorie Sweat Pla. (treated for unlawful speed
ed by the Roping Club (from Peg. 1)) Judo Court with James Patl'lckHlllJIIIDN
.. ) and the Union County; JuttgeTheron mar Drean Dartane Wells, and were
TslMamba" County Riding A.Yawn presiding fined Edward McQdre: James Kess-
were W. >F. Phillip each $30,
of the Cltteen. Club. These acc pushed ri- dressed the council, stressing: $r., who has resigned. The for unlawful speed. or thaw day In Jail for unlawful 'ee Ryal, J....Thornton WU-
Advisory Group, Mr1fnc Bradford OkayedA dare will compete In the clover that to keep a higher caliber of senior Thomas U the fourth Seven persons failed to appear peed: John H. McGee Jams. Geoffrey KlsUer--
County anii John Shell, leaf pole bend, and basket city patrolman the city; will have member to resign from the In court and warrant for and Violet ROM Green, both Browne, Rudolph Van Smith
chairman Mrs. Sarah Prince weave with Ugh point trophies to pay for them. city; zoning board. Council their arrest were lieued. They fined $13.50 or three day' In ,Gary Lelno Michael Joseph'
Father James crta'.. Mr*. resolution authorizing sale being awarded In each das, The council voted to Include Chairman McRae asked for the ,were Edward Kenneth Galloway. Jail for having; no valid driver Wood. Ray Ernest Passion.John .
Arlin L. McKnight; Mrs. Jan of $425,000 In revenue certificates with belt buckle prizes going the $131 In the budget, with new zoning board to meet a* 'Phillip Earl Hadley.: Dixie ** license; Samuel James Patrick Farrell, Ton yata Jna-1
Powell. LaM lam, Elaine to be paid out In 20 to second place winners. Tucker dissenting Council- soon as possible to take action Paul avld, Happy ). Brown charged with careless nlta Sykes, Robert Footer Harris .
Sherman, and County Commissioner 0 year we >passed Tuesday In Contestant In the calf scramble man Oils Wiggins, hospitalized on "at least two pressing matters Lorraine Spittle Moose, Her driving and fined $38 or three Benny Eugene Eller Roe-
For Ralph Informatton Bryan. about' a.lJI'CCI'aID a spBradfodScboolBoardThe ere Bobby Carter Danny: In Jacksonville, was not pre- I can thinkDiscussed of." bert Layton Darst, and Ron day In jail Willie Washing- ales Parrlah King William.
meeting. Riddtck, Hobart Lee Bruce the drauiage and ald Wiley Allen, all charged ten\ fined $151 or 60 day' In Wesley Denton. Stella Wylio Jo a
resident) nay phoooj new bond will finance Trlmm,, Donald Nettles, Zed sent.Fuqua cot the council to agree future paving of Parker StreetIn with unlawful speed. Jail and license revoked for' Bell April DVBaln, Cecil Augustus 0
John Snell, otorcaloeevI construction of a third new Hamilton Tommy Menu. Jimmy after the IncludeInhis east Starke IIIdE.tenestreet *Three case were continued 90 days and Shirley M. Gar- Maddox, William Doyle u
Lange. dl le. building on the 'Bradford High Caldwell Mike Cole, Douglas the salary, to In Reno then turned both matters until next plea day session. rett, fined $20 or three day Johnson, Otella Nends-VIgo,
376-0258 or 378-4248, hi* School: complex, a 15,000 square Crlbbs, Dale Traylor budget $3,200 for a third new over to Councilman Ver- They were the case of Robert for unlawful speed. Jame Cllmpson Sknlth Thomas -
home number., foot math and science building Charles Ferguson Robert LM. siren car, $320 for two new non Sllcox and Street ForemanS. Joseph Zelgler and James Herman Lee Rigging wa* the Francis. Timothy Beverly;
to cost an.eaHmated.$438,000. Charles Cullen, Rodney Grlffls and $600 for overtime R. Hicks to see about i Implementing :lardy; Raulerson, both charged} only person pleading not guIl- Bradford, Altort Clayton Dor-
The bond Include $150.000 In Pat Reed, Donald Hamilton, pay for radio operator. In case drainage of the two with unlawful speed and Shirley ty; to the charge brought a- miry, Jr. John Phillip Roach
TempleOn first lien certificate and Roger Bennett, Albert Batten of IcKnen.: streets prior to paving. Hudson, charged with having galnst him. He was charged Jr., Stevie Lee Smith John
$ 75.oo0 In Junior lien*. Jr.. and Kenneth Martin. Alternates -Turned over to the Safety; no driver license. with unlawful speed and fail- Keith Long Linda Klngsley
Payroll According to Fiscal Agont are: first; Victor But Councllmen Tucker,Jimmy Committee the problem of parkIng Fines assessed for traffic ure to appear. His name will Bell and Charles.. Thomas
Harvey Renaim the new bonds Crlffls second Roger Redding; said to city Vernon Sllcox on CourtStreetbetweenCall charges were) Catherine Lee be put on the trial docket. GrIm.
1 will be sold within a tew weeks, third David Kllbyj fourth,Harold all ; cannot afford and Madison Streets where Jim-
(From Page 1)) since they; are already validated. Davis, 'and fifth, Olan now to employ a second black my Moore's Sun Sport 1* located. .
The school board authorized Jones. patrolman a* Fuqua rayiosted.
The has received
city One
In Three
Art Holiday) who served on validation of almost $1 It was pointed out the police complaints that Moore's boats Bradfordites ,
the board from 18M- S,who won million In bonds last year when Chicken scramble entrant department budget total $120- take up room on his side of' I
re-election to Sawyer'a seat the second new BUS building, will be announced Just prior Children to 000 and U up $9,000 over lastyelU' the street and that Moore's Have Government PositionsAlmost
the chicken In last
with Item
over Ben Monday: and will also now nearing completion, was many employees park across the
take office Jan 1, funded with revenue certificates. catching a chicken will be year' budget being overspent. street keeping customers from
School: Board Member See- awarded a choice of the chicken New Councilman Charles other businesses Police Chief one out of every three This compares with an average trary to general opinion the
ber Goodman, the vicechairman The. bonds therefore will or one dollar cash prize. Schaefer did not argue with employed persons in Bradford of 18.2 per cent throughout great Increase In the number
I* hospitalized Jacksonville also be sold at 97 per cent Local business, agriculturaland the financial picture, but said Ken Fuqua! asked for help in County; works for some branchof the U.S. as a whole, and of government worker has
IIIdwu absent from the parity, meaning the school civic organizations who he knew ttie police department's solving problem without disturbing government--Federal,state, with 17.6 per cent In the been chiefly at the state and
special meeting 1 e1dQ''.. board will realize only 97 percent have made the 1972 scramble situation. Schaefer ha* been Moore's boat business or local-according to a recent South Atlantic States. local levels, rather than the
Chairman Rodney Hall wa*also of the bonds' total value possible' their contribution chief of the Police Awd1Iar)'. while allowing businesses across survey conductedbytheDepartment The large number of local federalgovernment.
absent Veteran Board Member or. In this cue 412250. are: Bradford Farm Bureau, In other action, the Council: die street room for their of Commerce, the Tax persons employed at three.state .
Henann said the bond market Starke Shrine Club Winn-Dixie -Decided despite a charge customers to park. Foundation and other agencies. prison Institutions In this
H.A. Lawson was appointed From a total of 43 million
temporary chairman so he, Is currently In a "weakenedcondition Stores E.U Du Pont de NemoursIt from Clerk Edwards that It Passed a new city; occupa- The figures do not Include Immediate area accounts) In In 1950 the number of state f
Sawyer, and Board Member ," meaning there 1s Co., Owen Joist of Florida, wo* stopping location of trailers tional license tax ordinance person" serving In the armed part for the high percentage and local government employees
Blaine Thompson could conduct currently slightly demand, Bradford Chapter of FFA, In the city, to continue and rates the city has been forces. employed here In governmentalwork. has increased to more than ,
I business.In for those type; bond than ayear Bradford County; 4-H Clubs the city'; moratorium on mobile operating under for years. The The survey shows that In 10.45 million.
other action the board Issued ago which will result slightly Mid-Florida Hydrocarbons Co., home until the city son- Florida Legislature however almost every part of the country The figures Indicate that,con- I I:0
''. call for bids on old higher Interest r.... The Florida Bank at Starke,Com- lag board can organize and repealed Its law establishingan there has been a sharp ._
a .- -
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Training School: buildIng fiscal agent said these bonds munity State Bank, First make a new ruling.' The moratorium occupational license fee, Increase In recent year In ,,- --------:0----------: : ,
Hampton ; will probably sell at 6 1/t Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.of was Imposed on the leaving It this year to the cities the number of people In public
40 foot wood structure -
a now 25 x in a dilapidated, con per cent; a quarter of one per- Starke, Florida Power & recommendation of City Attorney and counties to pees laws Jobs. r'B & F EIedrbI' & EqtNR9Rf.. (. .!
Co. Food Stores has
Light of their own. The county
cent higher than the one last George Pierce who say Since 1960 the total has clim-
dition. year. The fact that these are Starke Rotary Club Bradford- something must be worked out already passed an occupational bed from 8.350,000 to 13,300, J t
,,' "long" bonds, meaning a payoff Union Cattleman's Aeaoc., to control location of mobile license tax ordinance and the 000, an increase of no less I Complete Wiring '- Repairs of ,l
20 will CMtan Club of Starke, Starke homes but still allow them In City of Starke now Is follow- than i
of also 59
period years, per cent During the
Bones ,Hinder' or mean slightly higher Interest Jaycees, BPOE 1802 Starke, the proper places. ing suit. same period of time,the nation f Industrial Commercial( 'and l Residential! ..,

rates, llenam said. Starke Lion's Bank Club of, the Gaines Federal -Voted to pay $172 to ft;: K. ". al population rose only 14 percent .f NEW AND USED CONTROLS .
Help DogGlubMost Land
Henann submitted a proposalfor Simon Co. for literature on
good his arm, H.L Henann Co., vile Mid-Florida Production Drinking Drugs, and Drivingto U.S. Bond Sales In Bradford County, approx- I MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT 'III 1
bones aren't for dogs, Credit: AJSOC., Clay Electric .
and Barcus and Kindred of North be distributed to Bradford imately 1,360 persons are holdIng -
reports the Gaines Dog Research Miami to purchase these bondsas Co-oP Inc., Florida Hydrocarbons High School. Total $14,791In down government Jobs at I 24-Hour Service I
Center but bones can be either they did the last ones. Co.WISH. -Named Councilman Jimmy the present time. Some 460 of 'f Phone! Keystone 473-3755
good or bad for dog clubs. There August II,
(Potllcker) McRae chairman these are on state and local M. C. Bubba
are three basic kinds of bones for the 1972-73 fiscal In and ( ) Wells Manager
I'D SAID year payrolls the rest work
that bad for clubs and .k--1 :: -I IFOOTBAWCONTCST f
are only Williams. a special session held last week. for the Federal government I. -
one kind that, is good. THATHabits At that meeting Councilmen Nell Bradford County residents Figures for'the local area
Tucker, who won re-election, purchased SM.ril In U.S. Sayings ,show that In terms of the -- - --
The bad bones are: (From Po,. 1)) and Charles Schaefer, newly Bonds during August, according total working population 28.6
The Wishbones, who ,spend all elected, were sworn la for two to S.I... Peek. Jr., per cent are In public employ.
their time wishing Jtonieono. else tive," she says year terms. At that meetingalso. county chairman. The county
would /Ret( the work don In her campaign announce- AUarnev George Pierce reached 70.5 per cent of its
The Jawbones, who spend all ment Mrs. Holliday say she was reappointed city attorney. 1972 sales goal at the end of October Seen
their time talking instead of Is opposed to school busing for are something that -Re>upolnted Surveyor Merrill August, Mr. Peek said As Dryfonth!\
cannot be flung out the window
working. the purpose of Implementing McMillan city; surveyor
-they must be coaxed down The recent increase In SavIngs -
"socialization, Is for the return -Tabled until next meeting
Tho Knucklebones, who find of prayer public schools stairs step by step. Fred W. naming a Recreation Board Bond purchases nationallyhave Bradford County received an S100CAS
rault with everything that everyone and would like to see a complete Grown. The Bergen (N. J.) member to replace Chairman placed bond holdings In average of .40 Inches of rain
else tries to do. reorganization of the welfare) Citizen. James Bloodworth whose term the nation at over $57 billion on October 4, according to
Tho /good( bones are the Back. system. expire: for the first time-- up$3 billion the Forestry Service. The rest EVER /EEK:
Iwncs, who get! right to work "We've reached the age -Voted to promote Tommy since last August, the of October Is expected to be r ;

when they sec that ft job needs She Is married to Vadlm P. where we catch ourself read- Edwards to assistant foremanof chairman said. dry, as the 50 year averagefor SEE BACK PAGE'' "
the Street and Garbage Department this month Is only .73
doing.To -
I Holllday, and they have two ing the doctor columns to see August sales of Series E. and r
help your Club udviscx the children. if with a raise In salary Inch.. .... .. FIRST. SECTION. r raw- ...
they mention of H. bonds Florida totaled$10.ft .
any our tas3135hper No woods fires \ --
Center be u good! \ "bone.; tram: $125 per week were reported '
'' symptoms." Louis Nelson .+ : .. jnlllton! ,. *"nd .sales are running AJi '
: Service
Tn' : : t week plus-5-/2) percent by the Forestry during .y. ;.t # I
.. .. SM1 ,1Mr .. --. Bowman, -Kln<< City (Mo.) Which\ totals $142.43 per 15.1 per cent ahead of,the_fame the first week of October.' A ..:. ''' """ ,,,,..o, ,_tc4;t'' \ ..., .

Tri-County News.,. week.of Voted grader to raise operator the salary Ray-. ,time} last year. -- --- --..

i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home "If you talk a lot. you are Nettles from $106.80 to $110'
bound to say something wise per week plus 5-1/2 per cent'of
occasionally-but if you talk $110 which totals !$116.03 per I

STARKE: too much chances are nobody week.Raised
the wages: of volun- .
will be listening. -James H. teer firemen to $10 for two ., ../itil ,:; '
PHONE 9(516200KEVSTONE ( Russell Belton (Tex.) Journal drills plus $5 per fire. Volun- yy 11V t.
teer firemen have !been: paid.
$10 for two drills and two fires,
HEIGHTS "Don't worry if you yet then $3 per fire. .".;.... o. .
kicked from the renr ns it -Named Delano Thomas to 1.
PHONE 473-3176: dimply means you are out in the city zoning board to replace ::
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1 Tornadoes Roll 20-7 :;

Rally Falls Short, By LO For Third Win

Indians Lose
13-6 Malachl Henry opening kickoff and returned the ball on their own 24yardline 7-7 with only five seconds gone In the second period. After a

scored of 57 it 15 yards, out to the Bull- with 9:45: remaining in (In the second quarter. first down pass fell Incomplete,
on:, runs dog 40-yard line. Three running the first quarter the Tornadoes Fumbles stalled the next two McCray hauled In another Mix-

and 15 yards Friday plays netted only seven wasted little time in establishing Tornado drives and Live Oak on pass for a 12 yard gain anda -

To Trenton night in Live Oak and yards and Live Oak was forced their running game. gained good field possessionon first down on the Bradford
TigersAfter to punt the ball. On first down. Brad Carter the Tornado 46 yard line
later tallied the First gaining possession of ripped through the Live Oak after an exchange/ of punts lateBobcats (See Page 10))

game's final TD on a ,

spotting the Trenton yards for a first down at mld- .st downs again In the opening seven yard pass from

Tigers 13 points In the first fleld. However after driving moments of the fourth quarter. quarterback Eddie Edge
down to the Tiger's 30, Keystone Keystone then held the Tigersto
half the Keystone Heights Indians -
was assessed a holding four yards on three running Hazen as the Brad-
out in the
came storming
penalty; and penalized 15 yards. plays-the Indians defense was ford Tornadoes
second half and controlled the
Forced to punt again Sheffield superb Grayson, Hunter, Owens 22-20 Reds
game.However the never-say-quit booted the Tiger's 14. Tren- and Jim Kuykendall led the rolled 20-7 past the By

ton countered with defensive charge. Florida
Indians could muster only one an 86-yard Bulldogs a
touchdown in losing to the TIgers scoring 'drive picking up four Gaining possession on their Star Conference .., .

Conference 13-6 In football a Suwannee game River play- first culminated downs by on Parrlsh's their way eight-and own.highlighted by began a Humor rolling. showdown. .1" ," .,\: In 1st JV Loss F

TD to John Maxfleld
yard run. pass play covering .
ed in Trenton last Friday night.Key.tone lo many Live Oak fans it \ \
An of 43 the Indians
exchanged punts openedthe yards ,
quarterbacks Rob- must have seemed more like
In Henderson and Bobby Hunter third quarter. On Key- were threatening.However another Malachi Henry night rather than I
stone's second 13 ( Bradford High's Baby Torna- 6-6. ;
possession the yard penalty; per.onalfoul ;
passed for 204 yards, completing a football game as the senior '
third Sheffield does ruined their record with Buchholz pulled a fancy one on i
period ) a
a run was assessed but this '. ( ,
9 of 21 passes. It was a halfback gained 197 yards rushing .'r *
netted 20-22 loss to Gainesville'aBuchholz the kick-off, trying an onslde f
U yards and a first down tIm.-Hurner overcame the penalty '
Hurner to Larry Turknett caught six for 73
pass ,
passes t
kick which bounced
off Bill
but Bobcats last Thursday
three later
plays a fumble and tossed a perfect strike -
for 39 yards in the fourth period yards and Intercepted one Live
turned I :i : their recordso Brown, a Tornado lineman and
the ball back over to to Larry Turknett In the end making
that accounted for the Indian Oak pass.Adding.
went In the hands of Bobcat
Trenton on the Indians 27. How- tone for a TD. far 2-1. a
score Trenton with a running. game 'ever, In eight plays Trenton Better than three minutes remained Brad a one-two Carter accumulated punch fullback BUS has won Its first two who took the ball to the 42 ..
could net only 17 yards and the on the Scoreboard clock games starting with Eastside, yard line of Buchholt.
that dominated most of the first 80 yards on 18 carries as the
Indians defensive 12-6, and Orange Park 27-6. Moving the ball well In nine'playa
half scored In the first periodon hardnosed but after holding the Tigers on Big Red machine appeared
The i lode travel to raiat- and two first downs Buch-
unit regained possession forKey.tone. downs again, the Indians were SJ Baby : ,
a 14-yard from running nearly unstoppable.
pass ka tonight (Thursday Oct.: 12) holz scored again
) stifled with another 15 yard rt
No .
back Gregg Baker to Gary While the offense was havIng -
lan. Mackey Parrish scored. Another fumble halted a Keystone penalty; and a subsequent pass what Head Coach David starting at 7:30.: The scoring play for Buchholzwas

Trenton's second TD on an drive after picking up two interception to end the game. Hurse called their best game Bradford kicked off to start side an for end 18 sweep to the The right
yards. two
the and soon after one
with less than to the defensiveunit game I
eight-yard run date so was
conversion the middle
series of downs Bonnie Sewell! point up I
one minute to play In the second giving up only 37 yards recovered a Bobcat fumble on was good and the score was 14-6 i

period. rushing. with the Bobcats ahead with 7:36 t
the BUS 39 yard line. ;
Coach Hoy Bayless described -. Homecoming With their running game taken i Four downs wont by and BUS left In the first half. f'w
the game as a heartbreakIng away from them the Bulldogs Mike Gasklns The ball see-sawed back and .I
I quarterback attempted -
loss In which every mem- were forced to go to the fourth from the two teams twice '\
a pass to Tommy lIed- ;
ber of his indiana' team fought air. With his pin-point passIng ,
i before the half ended and the
dish but failed to connect and ,
hard all the way. Penalties on quarterback Terry Mixon h
I II Tornadoes went Into the locker
key downs appeared to hurt the Opponent Is was a headache all night for I II the ball wont to Buchholz on down 14-6.

visiting Keystone grldders the Bradford defensive backs. Only .. ., '. .. .. --' -, ,- the BIIS 40 yard line. rooms No telling what the coach said !h
Tour downs again went by and
f: most, although they gave up the several dropped passes kept Buchholz to the players but BIIS came i
ball three times on fumbles. the from being much clos punted. was
game Fullback Brad Carter fight for a few extra foot after apparently a mistake becausethe out for the second half look-!
Bayless praised the defense
for their performance in the Jax Bolles er."Our pass defense was not gaining short yardage at a host of Live Oak tacklers ball went to BIIS's Elva Ing kick different off and, starting receiving a long the :;t

second half holding Trenton to that bad," said Coach Hurse. surround him. Hampton on his 25yard. lIamp- drive to the goal line.
ton the ball 75
ran yards with
33 yards total offense. However "Except for that one touch-
BUS got the ball their
on own
help of good blocking for a I
Keystone obviously missed Its I down pass they never did get line foran: 8 yard gain. Then on two straight third down passes touchdown. This made the score 43 yard line with a first down.
defensive linebacker ace, Todd "Bolles has an exciting offensive night. Inside our 20 yard line Henry danced his way for a for gains of 11 and 18 yards 6-0 In favor of BUS. The extra Reddish on the fir jt play carriedthe J.
Brannon, who' had been suspended football, and Belles Quarterback Don: Buell "We gave them the short 13 ,
team a L Yard gain on the following and a first down on the Tor- Heddlsh ball five yards and then
point by Tommy
from play by the Flortdalllgh good option" sold Head Football is a very capable and pass, to stop the long pall," play and attempt '
passer a Bradford\ first down nado 32 yard lino., ,. Hampton took It seven more on
was no good .
". School .Athletic .Association Coach David Hurse,talktag ha* three' 'or. four fine receivers explained, .thl' Head JornadCv. Von the BUS 45 yard line 1 Ive.. After a running play 'nettedonly Ill! IS, kicked off to Buchholz the next for another first on .

-. ..'\ (KlfSAA/ ) earlier In the day. about the 1972.homecoming to throw' to, according toHurs. "Put'it all together and it" 'more running plays,) produced a two yard gain Mixon !and the ball was returned to the the Bucliholz 45 yard line. {
Brannon will be Ineligible for game coming up Friday night .. was our best overall game three first downs,. mining the again went to the air on second 20 yard of the Bobcats. On the next first down James
one more game according to against the Bulldogs. "We have boa' : Bolles only Hurse said "I was real pleased down and found Homey Mc- Aldrldge took the ball five
ball down to the Four plays went by and -
Live Oak 27-
Bayless. The suspension was Game time Is 8 p.m. at Brad- one tim In the six times that with the boys' hustle and de- yard line. Cay In the open for a seven punted again with Hampton yards putting the ball on the 40.

apparently the result letter ford Field.Bolles we have played them and that termination."On yard gain. Three plays later returning again, but only to.the Reddish/ got tho ball Main and
sent to the FIWAAf'omoneof is 2-2 for the season was in 1958," said Hurse. the offensive line mostof but the Tornadoes were still Mixon caught Kenny Hanker son 49 came within one yard of the
yard line of BUS. On' the
the referees at' he' Branford the boys had their best one short bringing up a crucial
to date after winning game
games coming out of the backfield and on the 36. Aldridge carried n
first down play a fumble'from
game two weeks ago Bayless. against Clay High School 16-6 "We will have to work very of the season. Gary Melvin third down play from the 17. rifled a pass to him over the It two yards for the first
the center the
said and Madison 6-0 last Friday hard on the pass defense this was excellent on his trap blockIng Malachi Henry took the call, middle two Tornado tacklers and to put the ball on tho 34
out week and do some extra work and too dida but the Bulldog defense legs went in the air anda
Bayless singled Bobby Terry Hayes, was simply bounced off the Bull- yard line.Keddlsh.
Grayson, in on 10 tackles; Bill with the personnel" commented very commendable Job." there to meet him on the line dog halfback as he scored from Bobcat guard picked up the / on tho firstdownplay
bounce and for the touch-
nine'1 Hackles Hurse. "Malachi had of of scrimmage bringing
HaUlIV ; Kyle Henry one up a
20 yards out. was stopped hard by the hot
Owens, nine tackiest and Steve Bank FF. Bolles has a history of beinga his best nights since he cameo fourth down and still one to The extra point{ attempt was down. Buchholz tried for a two ,
Byrd six tackles as playingreal very fine defenlsve team and BUS" remarked Hurse. "I go. and the tied point conversion but failed In (See Page )
good hard nosed football I feel we will have to be at was also real pleased with Brad Malachl Henry again took the good score was dolnc so. leaving the score tiNt

"We've got some good football Win First our best to run the ball," said Carter and thought that Eddie handoff on fourth down and

players, Bayless said, and Hurse. Hazen did a good Job wasn't to be denied as he low-
our future opponents' will be Small Fry Receiver Chris Plnede Is the "Eddie's timing was off in ered his head and bulled his

hearing from us.." best football player that Bolles the beginning, but .he stayed way for a two yard gain anda
I, Grid ActionIn has according to the scouting first down. From the 15 yard
report from Bolles. He does with it and It paid otf." line, Henry then took the handoff -

PLA -O\-PLAi everything well, and is good "Defensively I thought most and danced his way througha
Small Fry Football action straight ahead runner and all of the boys had excellent host of would-be tacklers to

Trenton won the coin toss and Wednesday Oct. 4, Community; catches: the ball well stated night," said Hurse. "Especially : score standing up, 4:11: remained -
elected to receive. Afterhavlng Bank came from behind to edge the report. Vernon Barber he always in the quarter U
only reached the 20-yard line Andrews Drugs 13-12, and First Scott Bronson Is one of the seemed to end up around the The Bulldogs came roaring e .r ed

on the return Trenton got thingsoff Federal trimmed Kentucky best receivers that Bolles has football. back, returning the kickoff to
to a fast start with a skirt Fried Chicken 196. on the starting lineup, accordIng Live Oak won the toss of the their 34 yard line where they 10)t
around right end by Gregg Baker Community; Bank was making to the report. coin David Reynolds took the set up' shop. :Mlxon then hit M

for 20 yards and a first its first start having had its
down. A running play a short opener rained out while An-
pass completion, and anotherrun *,w. Drugs had won its open-

by Baker netted only four e. Tigers Roar 44-0
yards and the Tigers were forced Ba. Thomas put Andrews on
to print the board first with a 10}'ard run
The Indians began their first and a 6-0 lead. However the
offensive series on their own bank team came right back and r M

38. Two running plays netted from 2U yards out Kenneth West Nassau

only two yards before humor Ktheridge:: scored the tying; six By 4 t :., ', ,
connected on'a 17-yard pass pointer. Etheridge then was :
play to Grayson. But after net-. successful on the conversion
ting one yard on another run attempt and Community; Bank I _
and two Incomplete passes, the led ;-8 at half time. Lake Butler's Tigers tore YIU'ClII in eight carries to guide Perry banged out another one ___ ,
Indians were forced to punt. In the second half of play into hapless West Nassau In the 14th ranked Class 34 TIgers yard TD In the third quarterand _

Keystone's defensive held Andrews took the lead 127. Callahan Friday night, beat- to another victory. Green hit tight end Jack ,
for two short yardage gains Brian Thomaa went around end Ing them 44-0 for the Tigers' Fullback Abraham, Perry :McClll: on a six yard pass for _

before Trenton made their second for seven yards and a TD. fourth straight win of the sea kicked off the scoring with a another toucn own. Green '' hit NI Vi 1 ? h
first down. Baker then This lead was short lived. one yard bunt in the first Watkins on the point after attempt { "7
skirted around end again, this After scoring the go ahead Last week the Tigers came period. Watkins sprinted for "
time for 27 yards-but fumblingas touchdown! Andrews kicked off close to losing to Cross City; 55 yards in the second quarter Next week the Tigers will r
he went down. Henderson to the bank team and Karl but pulled out In the last for a touchdown nil: : Green
quar- face Newberrj In Newoero for Leonard Sapp knock a Buchhols pass from the hands of the Intended receiver In the
recovered for Keystone.A Padgett fielded the kick off ter to win 16-14, while winning was successful| on :a ;pin t3 the fifth game: ,of the jear.
Hurner pass play to Airk- at his 25 yard line and the remaining over Chlefland 39-6 and MackSns for the two points) at- Baby Tornadoes first lost, 2022.

nett netted 23 yards and a first : 35 yards for the go Hawthorne 41.6.Quarterback tar.Also
down and It appeared Keystonewas ahead and winning touchdown. Dale Green guld in the second period, Sir-
about to mount a TD drive d the aerial attack: with four mons: broke loose for 79 yari3!
But two successive losses on First Federal had lost Its completions on nine attemptsfor and rambled for the touchdown Tornadoes Henry Badcock Kitchens &\

running plays made It third down opening game 12-6 to Andrews a total of 71 yards Including and Green rut for the two ,

and 28 on their own 42. Another but today was their day as they two touchdown passes. point conversion.
Hurner to Turknett pass gained cored once In the lIt half and Green also snagged 1 three Interceptions Green then hit Billy Ray Smith Top Point Makeras Lead Men's
20 yards but It wasn't enoughfor two times In the second half later In the half on a 41 yard Football'r;
the first down. H.L. Johnson cave his team a against the War toss to close the half with a 'r
6-0 lead running 10 yards for riors. 30-0 advantage following ano- Bradford High grldder Ma- the area's top pointmaxer ,
Keystone made Its first a TD and a lead at half time Flanker back Aired Watkins ther successful run for the lachi Henry with 36 points Is after scoring three touchdowns In Milner accounted for me losers :'y
serious threat at this point) of 6-0. pasted 118 yards In four carries PAT by Green still leading after four games Football Wednesday Oct. 4, Flag seven points.

starting on Its own 25, a Hen- and fellow workhorse Cur: Friday night in the Tornadoes action, Draw-Tito In the Badcock-Kltcheas: :
terson keeper play netted 23 First Federal made It 130earb' tis Simmons registered 116 -- -- -- 20-7 victor at Live Oak in ,winless Jewelry In 25-7 twogames and upset Badcock Gem game badcock: : outclassed I
In the second half with
high school football action.Branford's .
It will be'Homecoming 1972 John Bennett Furniture hung the first defeat Kitchens. While Badcock was ,
It In
carrying Lee Hatch
for' Keystone Heights High from : took of the season on Kitchens Tile putting) 25 points on the board,
School this Friday night. Facing Clark ran yards for the out and one Kenny point STATISTICS FOOTBALL CONTEST sole with possession)a 20 point of performancewhile second place by the same score, 25-7. they were limiting Kitchens to
winless Taylor High School the conversion. a second half touchdown.
Indians will be gunning for Its Chlefland's Lee Davis Ihe game between Draw-Tit Badcock scores came on a 1ft '
LB WXrirst fell to third place with a 16 and Gem Jewelry was scorelessIn
third win of the season againstone KFC closed the to 6-13 yard Marcus Rhoden run, a
tie and loss. gap Downs 9 5 point effort last week. the first half but In the Rhoden-Ronnle Thomas 44Yard
when Jerry Lock
Game time Is 8 pjn. at Gary Matt Lundy. passed to Yds Rushing 380 43 Three players from Lake But- second: half the underdog Draw- pass, John Watson pass to
Yds Passing 71 21 ler are In the top 22 area The team scored 19 points before Rhoden
Cooper Field. First Federal closed SiOOC': S for 62 yards and aRho- ,
out the PC-PA-PI 4-9-1 3-15-3 football players. They are Alfred Gem Jewelry put their only den to Bishop pass.
coring with Junior
Schoenlng Watklns with 32 points 3
Punts 2-35 3-40 points on the board.
Keystone Trenton
passing to Kenny Massey for Fumbles Lost 2 2 WEEK Abe Perry with 24, and Dale Harvey Smith passed to Randall -
six points.SCHEDULEg. McCee for Kitchens lone
Green with 19. Tom Russell
10 FD 11 Yds Pen'l 43 25 quarterbacked touchdown.
243 Total Yards 210 BUS Quarterback Eddie Ha- Draw-TIte to the victory. Russell .
SEE BOCK PAGE also listed by the Sun STANDINGS 1 Kitchens
204 Yards Score by Quarters: zen was threw for four touchdowns Tile
Passing 19 Monday. Oct. ... of the outstanding high Badcock Furniture 2-1
FIRST SECTION as one and one conversion. On the ,and Gem
39 Yards Rushing 191 16: Andrews vs C. Bank 3:45: school grldders of the week end of the TD Jewelry 6 Drtw-Tlte
"21-2 Passing 8-5 LB 6 24 6 8 44 receiving passes 1-2.
pun First Federal vs KFC Henry gained 240 yards against -
4-32 Punts\ 4-33 WN 0000- 0 wen Charles McKIIvIIQRlcla' Wednesday Oct. 18: Badcock:
S p.m. Wednesday Oct. 18: Live Oak which should
Curtis Robert Gem
Edwards Kitchens
vs Jewelry 7:30:
80 PenaltiesLost 980 First KFC vs Federal Andrews vs C.Bauk 4 3:43 5 pjn.j p.m. - --- gain statewide the Tornado recognition.: running back and Dwight Leon Elder Manning.passes to Mart vs Draw-Tlteloo: pjm.

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times. It was third down on ter'' Association (FNGAX This
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the Buchholz one ;yard line and la the time of ;year when nurseries -
Flynn j
Elva Hampton took the ball over Bulldog ttas ending dreg. h and garden supply store with great power on your
the half of win nursery-men and ask htm for
the goal for a touchdown clog- to close.In have an abundant supply
a ,
lug the margin to 1412. The ter annuals. Newcomers findIt sweet peas. Potted plant are
the third Bradford' ,
two point attempt was nogoodand quarter ,4 difficult to realize that the available and may be your best
1 Jumped out to
a quick 14-7 lead
planted In the Investment. Sweet peas can
the scored remained 14-12 flowers they
the Tornadoes
with 4:10 seconds left In the as took the second spring back north now become bloom from early December
half kickoff and scored In through late April. Even
third quarter. Florida's winter bloomers. pac
After the kick off run back I five plays. Starting from their There are many bright and kage of seed planted correctly
Buchholz had the ball on the BI1S4 ,E a ; own 27 ;yard line.Malachi Henry cheery annual flowers suited can give you more flowers than
47 :'i picked up a crucial first downon for the home grounds. Most of you can use.
yard line.
ball; four downs They and kept the ball the a nine ;yard pass from Ha- lea.N. them are easy to grow. Here The fire engine red of salvia

went to BUS on the Buchhola zen.Two plays' later /wr are a few that ;you might wantto can add splendor to a drive
20 ;yard line. It was Ma consider. way or a portal planting says
teeM Henry again, taking a The Hybrid Fl Petunia has Florida Nurserymen and Growers
In four plays BUS went back pitch-out from Hazen and become more widely planted Association (FNGAX
one ;yard and had to punt out i. rounding left end. Vernon Barber than any other annual.The rangeof Regardless of where you live
of the hole. When Reddish was : threw a key block on the color Is from pure white to annual can brighten your living
back to punt he meet a rushing 40 ;yard line as Malachl Henry a deep purple. The shape of during the winter months
Bobcat and the punt was block- scrambled 57 ;yards and the flower may be either single -
ed and ran back by Buchholzfor fell Into the j right corner of double or triple. Blend My Neighbors
a touchdown. This defensive f the endzone to score. The kick' several colors together for !instant -
score put the Bobcats ahead -i c f by Gary Melvin was good and shock. Space plants 12 to

20-12 with eight seconds remaining Bradford took, a seven point 14 Inches apart." When properly
In the third quarter. lead 14-7. 1. cared for petunias grow large.
Buchholz made two points for .t .1 Live Oak's Berney; McCraytook ,; Snapdragons for the lady who
the extra point attempt and widened the following kickoff on Gem likes cut flower should be In
the margin to 22-12 Tornado cheerleader keep up the spirit In Live Oak Friday night, leading their feet the 15 yard line and ran it Jewelry's Mark the ground now. Snapdragon
BHS got the ball on their own boll to a 20-7 victory. Th. girls or. (|I.,) Terri! McN.ol Katrina Col.man. Connie) Cha.teen out to the 41 yard line before Milner get ready to heave have been Improved consider R4
39 ;yard line after the kick off and Carol Beam.Live. ,, finally; being pulled down. Fullback the football after avoiding ably. Many varieties are resistant o
and kept the ball five downs Benjie Williams pickedup DrawTite's rusher Leon to rust and other dis
before giving It up to Buchholzon 12 ;yards on two carriesand Manning. But eases. If ;you are not a cut
a short fourth down play. Kenny Hankerson hauledIn Jewelry flower enthusiast then try the
Buchholz kept the ball for an 8 ;yard pass as the Bull- didn't avoid a 12-7 upset dwarf bedding snapdragons and
four downs and had to punt to Oak Game Said dogs moved down to the Tor- from a hard-driving Draw. ;your neighbors will die with
BHS. The punt was downedat nado 32 ;yard line with the aid Tlte team envy. This new Introduction ofa
the 37 yard lino of BUS. of a Bradford penalty.' few years ago has gained ....,.;
On the first play Casklns From there the Bradford defense magnitude In our winter plant-

rolled back to pass and saw an Best Defensive Effort"It tightened. Three plays Deadlines Told Ings. "No Riot:realljr-jutt our
opening up the middle and ran saw Live Oak pick up only 4 The old potmarigold otShake- ftroup of art experts' dieeus.
the ball across the fifty and to yards on a pass to bring upa For Returning speare's time, the calendula, sing what artwork to
the Buchholz 38 ;yard line for a fourth and six situation. Wil- can give, ;you a dashing bed of enroll" use on
28 yard gain. was the best defensive slve but In the second halt defense In tackles hitting the liams took the handoff but the Vietnam Vets our
On first down again Gashlns effort we've had all year," came oat and antagonized the runners 21 times and assisting Tornado line was there againto
completed a pass to Tommy said defensive Coach: Mike Sex- receivers with hard opting and on 28 times. meet him on the line of Vietnam Era servicemen returning MADAME
Reddish for a gain of 34 yardsto to. talking about the performance aggressive coverage" com- Wayne Testone Is doing well l lIn scrimmage and the Bulldogs to civilian life have key DESSIEPALMIST
the four yard line. of the defensive lineIriday mented Rusliore. This action the secondary with nine tac- turned the ball over on downs. deadlines to remember, the Veterans -
Elva Hampton got the ball night against !Live Oak caused three fumbles In the kels and six assists while recovering Bradford then marched to a Administration pointedout
and took it two yards to the when the Bradford High Tornadoes secondary which wore recovered four fumbles and Intercepting first down on the 'Dog 22yardline today. I
two yard line. On the next rolled 20-7 over their by Molachi Henry Wayne the ball twice from as Henry hauled a little Here is the deadline timetable PAST RKSKNT FUTUKIHtirriHMBnct
play James Aldrldge was caught opponents. Testone, and Gray Flynn. the opponents quarterback. flair pass from\, Hazen and : onu
behind the line for a two yard "Live Oak tiled to establisha LO'a: passing game was Henry also led In the receiving scrambled 33 yards. From the -In ten days report addressto ...u.- .
loss, putting the ball back on the running/ game in the first geared to one of our inexper- department Friday night 22, Carter picked up 3 yards on Selective Service through local .MaaaiaM t -.lrt MMMSSS
four;yard line. half and had no success and I ienced ball 1 players Ronnie with six receptions for 73 yards first down. On second and third board (In person or by mall)). kONOWOOO
It was third down on the four feel like wo shut their running Hall, but considering the number for a 12.2 yardage downs, Hazen went to the air, -In 30 days register with Selective ,m4 c IK PRIVACY OP MY HOME
; ( average. **
and Reddish had possession of game out of the game," said of passes thrown In his Gray Flynn; was: rU'it' '>3>>lnd losing four yards and bring- Service or any local HOURS 8 A.... 10 P....
the ball and took It up the mid- .Sexton. area :he and Billy Blgham who with two receptions for 17;yards ing up a fourth down and 11 board If not already registered. CALLAHAN ON UA: 1 NORTH
dle for the touchdown. This One of the things that hurt was playing at the same position and an eight and a half ;yard ;yards to go from the 23. -In 90 days, apply to former 1/2 MILS FROM CITY OF CALLAHAN. FLORIDA
play made the score 22-18 still BUS In the, first half was that some of the time played average. Bradford elected to go for employ>r for reemployment. s.w ...... .., t a oowwt TU, cvHIPP : .
In way of Buchholz. The two the pass rush was not very a fine ball game according to Guard Gary Melvin got his the first down and Henry took -As soon as possible regis-
point conversion made by pass effective and in the second half Uushore. best hit award when on two the call, picking up 5 ;yards ter with local state employ-
from Gaskins to James Aid- the Tornado defense did a good "We learned a lot of thingsin plays; on two trap blocks he but not nearly enough for. the ment service office (Veterans
ridge In the end zone made the jpb of forcing the qiirirterU.icIt the' LO game and we should put In some excellent hits, ac- first down. have up to a year to apply for FOR TRACTOR CO,, '

core 2220. out of the pocket. according to round out the mistakes Before cording to Coach Sexton. Starting from their own 18, unemployment compensation, "Where Service In The Better Id..."
Buchholz got the ball and Sexton. the game against Bulled this Mixon went to the air and hit but applications filed after a
kept It until the end of the ball "We've gotten i I.> the point Friday night," said 3u shore. McCray for a 12 ;yard gain long period of unemploymentcould SPECIALBuy
game to take the victory. now that we are becoming very "The best the offensive line BantamLeague after his first two passes fell result In a lower rate

StatisticsBHS sound defense, and we are not has looked all ;year. They ware Incomplete. On second down of unemployment compensa- Tile 542 Baler./.\
Bud-!. maktntf mistakes. that we were off of (lie ball well and had from the 30 yard line, Wayne tionIn) : flay
at beginning of the season" good execution," said offensive Testone picked off a Mixon 120 days or one ;year If : And Get New Ford Rake
First Downs 2 4 said Sexton. line Coach Butch Redding pass and returned It 20 ;yards totally disabled at time of separation -

Yards Rushing 3 72 The team i i5 gelling steady commenting on the performance.." down to the Live Oak 23. convert Servicemen's .'t'' :" ;"' .
: Or Mower Free.,< '- '''1 J
Yards Passim 48. 0 #'*',, performances CNrfI..i"4J1net. "? 'of'the, Tornado offensive""'line TbotfoalL' On two' pitch-outs Henry pick- Group Life Insurance (without .,n',' ,,.h": JM&: "fj" -,/,'.i', ,.(>?! ....', ." ..
PC-PA-PI 3-6-0 0-1-0 backer Vernon liwWrtfldfromtackles during the Live Oak game. ed t' yards; moving the ball examination) to private\'com- ,, ., \ '- Ph 372-3464 .
Fumbles 1 1 Stove Retilaterngd+Gary "Gary Melvin did a good Job down"16'the, 12 ;yard Dne::An' merclal policy1.Within .
Melvin. Hob Dyxl and Wayne of trapping and pulling all night, Tied unsportsman like conduct call one ;year from date Gainesville 3 Mi. North U.S. 441 ,".)
Lambus are beaming' \ to round while Terry Hayes and Vernon Up following a brief scuffle cost the of notice of VA rating on disa-
Into good shape: defensively according Harber played their positionsreal Bulldogs another 5 yards mov- bility, apply to any VA office
to Sexton. well," said Redding. After one weeit 01 play ing the ball down to the seven for G.I. life Insurance basedon
WISH I'D SAIDTHAT Tight end 'Terry III1'e8', made "Steve Register had problemswith which means two games played ;yard line. Hazen then hit Henryon service connected disability; NEW; COURSE IN5&LRT&
one, tackle; on a fourth down the LO middle guard stuntIng for all four teams In the league. a seven yard pass for the -Within one year apply td any
and snort ;yard stopped the Live Oak offense pretty good Job" said Red Koch Drugs won their two wide and the Tornadoes led -As soon as possible applyto ,
and gave BHS the ball. When ding. games while Starke Buildersand 20-7 with 51 seconds remaining any VA office for G.I. edu- Drawing. Charcoal, Water And Oil Painting:
I beginning to pick! up momen- "Wayne Lambus at the weak Conner Insurance have both In the third quarter. cation or training which mustbe \ 111: UI
tum In the second half he guard position did a pretty good taken their lumps In Bantam Two Interceptions ended completed within eight years Monday & Wednesday 7 To 10 PAM.1' "I'
"Not too knocked down a pass and made Job but did not play as wellas League Football. both Live Oak drives in the of separation from military .
many; ;years RICO .
the moon a tackle causing a fumble which the week before" commented The teams opened league play, final error-prone period which service. "
was an inspiration
to lovers and generally pleased Coach Sex- Redding Tuesday Oct. 3, and both games saw the Bulldogs also lose a There are no time limits for Class Limited To 15 Students
poets. A few ton. End Randy Casklns was down .played that day were decided by fumble and Intercept one Tor- veterans to:
years from now it's just going "Randy Gaskins also turned the field and throwing good one point and both gamed had nado pass.
to be another airport."- In a good Job at defensive end. blocks for BHS according to Identical scores 13-12. -Apply to any'VA office for a' Please Call 964-6150 To RegisterAimO
Robert Lee.Woodward (Okla.) He1 Is'also turning in steady Redding. In the 3:45: game. Branding) STATISTICS G.I. loan guaranty to buy a farm

Journal."If performance, at all the games." "Greg Reddish has done a Iron met Starke Builders and or .buy, build or Improve'home. a

"Overall the defensive secon- real good Job at the reserve the restaurant sponsored team BHS LO -File claims with" VA
we could see ourselves dary did a pretty good Job weak tackle position In place edged Builders 13-12. First Downs 14 10 office for any ""'
as others see us. we wouldn't and even though Live Oak com- of Gaskins" said Coach Redding Branding Iron scored firstton Yd Rushing 270 37 vice connected compensation disabilities ser-or
believe it."James IL Russell. pleted a lot of passes they a one ;yard sweep by Wade Yds Passing 88 1S6: disease or apply for hospital SUZUKI 1
"We played the best four Winkler after a 35 yard PC-PA-PI 9-17-1
Helton (Texas) Journal. were underneath us, but they ; pass 14-3-3
did not beat us on the long quarters of the ;year last Fri- play Stu Rayburn to Winkler, Fumbles 3 1 care. t CENTER INC.
I bomb," said Defensive Secondary day night," said Head Football had set up the six pointer. Penalties 40 30 j
Coach Steve Uushore. Coach David Hurse talking about Rayburn and Winkler then combined i -Seek assistance,from local 12.000 I We
3o1DRIVEIN "The pass that was being the overall team performance again for the conversion Score by Quarters: offices of state employment Mi. tammJ iKW -.Acceptor ,
completed most of the time of the game In Live Oak. which as It turned out was the service In finding employmentor ( ,
was the curl pattern which the "Even though we did not out deciding point. BHS 7 0 7 6 20 entering Labor DepartmentJob 12' All o
linebacker Is supposed to cover score them in the first half In the closing minutes of the LO 0700-7 training programs.VA S M.k.
," says Bushore. we were pleased with the performance first half Jeffrey Norman said Its Veterans Assistance Mo. ; 4 !,i '* Trade
"In the first half the defen- of the team and after broke loose for 30 ;yards and as Broiler MarketIs Centers at Miami ( Warranty > s.C S'.' U Ine
Jacksonville and St.!! Petersburg .iJt. ,
sjvejiecondary not the half time the players the halt ended. Builders trail- t
Show wag
Begins At Sundown I -q apgres-/ ...... and the coaches felt like they ed 7-6.; Second halt play saw UnsettledIn are ready to help veterans Complete Parts & Accessories ',''. '
could win the game", accord- each team put one more TO on get a quick start In civilianlife. L
Fri., Sat., Oct. 13, 14 FLORIDATHEATRE Ing to Hurse. the board. Branding Iron tooka Southeast ---0 ....

"Good leadership on the Held 13-6 lead when Winkler oas-
ONE I WONDERFUL I 1 SHOWfSin. I took place from boys that started sod to Rowland Cummings; the The southeastern broiler
as sophomores three years play covering 15 ;yards. market was unsettled to weak
ago. They were Malachi Henry Starke Builders closed the during the week ended Oct. 6, COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Brad Carter Randy Gaskins gap to 13-12 as Jeffrey Norman AMS Dairy and Poultry Markey; BRADFORD COUNTY '

Bobby Dyal Gary Melvin and scored his second TD, this one New. Branch reports. .T""." FLOIIIOA ..o>i ...
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Wayne Testone. coming on a pass from Randy Prices held basically unchanged f .
{Sunday 3:00: Saturday J :00 "Henry had the best game Corbln. Builders then were un- Preliminary f.o.b. October. 5. 1972 y"{:; :,';
he has ever played with more sucessful on the conversion attempt dock equivalent prices were \, <1<, ,
FrI., Sat., Sun. than 270 ;yard total offense and and went down 1312. about 28 1/2 cents a pound onuS Plto... :.. ........
ALT DJSNEY'Svacescotasls 240 running" said Coach The second game saw Koch Grade A and 28 1/4 to ''1- "'
Oct. 13,14,15, Hurae. He also had a lot of Drugs, score 13 points In the 28 1/2 cents a pound for plant 4q:,
help In getting the ;yardage. first halt and then had to hold grade product. THinoM A..JJUMC YAWN .. ,,\, '
+ Henry had good blocking on on to whip Conner Insurance 13- Ready-to-cook demand rang .v .
1'C A5iLYH both of his touchdown runs. 12.Mike ed from slow to fair. Live '
Brad Carter ran the ball well Kitchens passed to Greg supplies were fully adequate to rrS a hI', '."'}"
ntJIIIICOUI' also according to Hurse. Watkins for the first score and ample. Average live weight ., i' JO THE PEOPLE Ot BRADFORD COUNTY
ahaa/s1o/1/ o CIIUCOPE' "Even though It appeared that Watkins ran for the seventh were trending heavier. \ ':, ,
_..I..N..c o..MLN our passing defense was not point and a 7-0 lead. In the southeast, prices on T*
AND L.:1.: !: doing the Job the Live Oak Koch made It 13-0 when Wat- heavy type; hens trended higher -
offense never moved the ball kina found Kinky KIlby In the under decreased offeringsand A candidate for public office. like every oth.r .
Jf; ,0 ;r,*, past the 25 ;yard line exceptfor end zone. a good buying Interest 4 ;
i PLUS"JUMMMMOr the one score they made." Ricky Johns brought Conner Farm prices were reported In a ltzen. has only one vote. He cannot elect himself/a"i : .:
WALT The best defensive back of within seven points of the range of 14 to 15 cents a.pound ,'I
DISMEI"S 'It BRAEN.BItm11bS10itl JOY/ the week was Wayne Testes lead when he got loose for a f.o.b. farm.Supplies dMy election was the result of t '/".'',"f'**
s eR best defensive lineman Terry 25: ;yard TD run. of light type; hens increased the "dedicated work ot'tho ,
g eu MOYlE. IT saOULDIE 11 ; '" .,;' .. .. .
Hayes best offensive lineman Johns later busted one for and were fully adequate ,.'
110I1'1 E11711YOpE"f Gary Melvin best back Henry 45 ;yards but as In the first In most quarters. Buying Interest ,, >>1 ,.I, >* who voted for and supported me. Your votes" ad "1"; ------ best receiver Henry, and the game the tying conversion was fair to good. Farm ',.., f! 1'Vrt('

e r tI '1 best Melvin.hit award went b Gary l3-12.attempt. failed and Koch_ won It, pound prices t.o.b.lann.ranged 8 to 9 cents per your active support placed. me in, the winner'' circle.\\t!",'\," '

t I -, Malachi Henry Is leading the In games played Thursday Egg price. during the week For this I will always be '"" ''"'
Sk Tornadoes In rushing yardage. Oct. 5, Koch Drugs rolled over trended sharply lower on large grateful. ,.,* ,
After gaining 204 ;yards In 27 Starke Builders 240and and medium and held unchanged ,
C[I ticIwcogaaof.MrlrbSINAASITSntlaemc /( carries Friday, night he has Branding Iron whipped t Conner on smalls. Wholesale pricesfor I will do my utmost to serve you in a manner\ Vt '/
a total of 500 yards rushing Insurance 18-6. deliveries b volume buyers .

-1171 rrs a1.w" Ha.a,., a,1IIC. flJ rR1 In 89 carries. That Is a 5.6 Koch Drugs put 12 points on In the southeast ranged which will justify your confidence .
:' yard average gain per run. the board in each the first. and 41 to'' 45 1/2 cents on extra VI"" !, ;' i
Brad Carter did a pretty; second half. large 39 to 43 1/2 enlarge '" ".' ,. "', .
., Men., Oct. 15 16 SIBlEMCQl&iI good' Job Friday night carry- Greg three had a field day 'and 36 to 40 cents on medium. .,.: ", "'q -
Ing the ball 19 times for 93 scoring times. Crag Most producers expressed alack ,

Tin L 4 ;yards for a 4.89 average per ran for 60 yards 40 yards of confidence In current ;;Lcf.
... Of play. and scored on a 20 yard past market conditions Hue to limited

to.Ne, Ci.di, Friday night Quarterback: play from Mike Kitchens. Dinky retail feature activity; and continued
die flaxen threw the ball 18 KUbjr scored on a 37 yard' run. higherkeU, Breaker Theron A. .
COLOR M times completed eight passes The game between Branding Yavntf'r.
.. PLUS i tor 90 yards. 'This arlth-, Iron and Conner'was closer. .buying Interest was unaggresslve. -
made gave Ruin an average that the score Indicates. TAY.jl'lrBaby
"T.rL SasMn" of 11.25 yards every time be Each team scored once in the Slaughter ,of light type, .hens

LI completed a pass. first bait and at half-Urn,the for, the week ending Sept ,27,
-- Vernon Barber leading the core was 6-6. was 2,482,000 head.

gte 10 ;|}4 Telegraph .J V Oct. 12. 9 1ZL V

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Hampton Senior Citizens meet plM.',will .Mar y..r ..IU..U a .! flee, ....... r OCY.H. \"CER ..39 e OMP SI_ UU WM CIMNA MT ,
again on Friday, OctZO at7i30pan. Intent thin. The pettieR. II Ingllih O.nl.it. 'OV' I .I----------------i I IA .
In the. Hampton City Hall. ri..lli.t. bin* floral 4..slsn I......,... the lr.. )3 e NOlI.NOV.;i' BREAD AND BUTTER '39c w''"., I c 10*ttCt' It IMWI OCt. I I. I
Several members were unable ..Mtlon! rim .h.p.. Jvit put ui .n yur helping dl .... ow. I iMlaouponwatet2Q0
to attend the last meeting for Hit fee the f..t..... "PUc...W..k." PI.Ie.p !i. ff+ s =::; 10104" DINNER PLATE '39c r.Nwl.I. TSXSSffS:: 4.99"'". I:
various reason Those present ... place. with a $'.00 pvrch..,two with a ...00 t v l I '" VEGETABLE 82.00 "ipvrh. .
eoJoyed cake, Ice cream and .. :'I. .". "'" *i2.99 l
Ns. Then tIIew.0h.dul.: N.lhllill I BOWL +
punch and a few came of 1._____________ J
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Halloween Costume Parade V E 'p Quantity Rights M' r d;
will launch the school carnival K&* Rosorvec Y."ph
on October 28. The parade will 1 t }r 'i ; aC
tart at Water's Grocery at WINNDln3Itou COPYRIGHT 1 1x a ''i Ca 1
4. pjn. and go to the t school for a
.Judging. Prizes will be on dls- .. 1 1;
play at the school.Chairmen I vI
Tom Russell and
Pat Glover are in charge of
the event with booth chairmen
as follows: IpL1
Country Store Mrs. Betty r; _

Stone quei., Mrs. Charatene Rodrt- cCPc

Food? Ruth and Dolores ;It
Meng Ann Allen Tom Russell. ITK '
Cake Walk Carolyn Joyner, $ ooD \'} PI*is. _
Mrs. Denmark. Mrs. Zimmerman. :
Toy Walk- Mrs. Parmenter, jI
Mrs. Martha Smith Mrs. Jean
oa is I
Clark. _
Bean Bag Toss Mrs. Jean' \.t n* *
Russell. i 8E CHUCK :
Hammer and Nail Mrs.Wig { L u4 P

glesworth.Fish Pond Mrs. Susie Lott, ,;/ U30 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE vu.'
Mrs. Santaglnl. v I
Football Lasso Game Mr. and Mrs. ROAST LB. UU'

glesworth. Throw Mrs. Wig. JUMBO BOUNTY' ,

Balloons Mrs. Sherman,
Francis Meng.
Pony Rides Jerry Wads- > w' SAVI 40c W-D SRANO USDA CHOICI BEEP STEAK JAV 11e 1| W.D SRAND USDA CHOICI SEEP CHUCKDelmonicos'ol"V"l89

worth.Costume Parade Mrs. Harold I Steak. 88C \
Waters.' ', UI . L'
I Tickets Mrs. Lucy Hodges Limit 4 roll with $7.30 or more pur ha cxcludina SAVE 30c W.O SRAND PUN 'W.D SRAND USDA CHOICI STEP CALIFORNIA

Mrs.Ham Ernestine- E. W.Register.Hodges Mrs. 1r 5 cigarettes : Gr. Beef 3 ,L'a. p$1" Roast $109Q ; I

Ernestine Building Register.Committee Mr. A $1 )f.. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICI SEEF NEW YORK STRIP. SAVE 2lc-W D SIAND:..:CHOICI...:SHOULDER '

Vernon Lennard Parmenter Register,Roger Pat Clover Rich., Cd ks Steaks 10 1 $998 Roast.OILSS.: : L'., $118 I j j.f

Decoratlona'. Mrs. Martha .

Smith.The annual carnival, has beena ROLLS Bacon 78C Ground Chuck 98C "
community; highlight In the . L' -
past, and promises to be even ; ,' QUARTER SUCID HICKORYSmoked WD BRAND CORNED SEEF BONELESS
better this year. SAVE 39 ALL GRINDS Limit 1 with $7.3O or mere purchaie excluding cigarettes $119 1
Ham lt'78C Briskets
I L'
CAN r? .1
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott entertained ?e SAVE !0c lb.-WDA 01. 'A' FANCY FRESH ROASTING/ W D SRAND USDA CHOICI SEEF RIS -
60 guests with a Fish .;
at their home on SH- CUl Chickens T". 39c Steak 5 ? $749Green '
Fry new

.. 15 ac. . 1
325. Music for the evening Beans 6 $1
.compliments of The Hone Tow- CANS SAVI 3c CHARMIN I BATHROOM BATH SIZE "

ners.Mr. and Mrs.',iRoy Roark and SAVE tic GIANT DRIVIDetergent .". iP Tissue 4 TACK 1K0 44c Dial Soap 5 SASS $100 i'
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dennison v 48C1FXIZE
with Mrs. Dennlslon's sister ...". ,
AQUA 0/ 3 $100 1
J Mrs. Chester Harris. LOTION 3Z..J. PO.neapple. SCAN39C . CANS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson
r and Mr. and Mrs.A.H.Harrison Detergent '. . N. 3 10nLIS PIUS'S U '.NC.KI' ,$ T FASRICSAVE

; of Starke enjoyed supper 1ILAC LIQUID \I Flour 2 .as' 88C Softener 88eWIETMIA .,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall 32.... . <
last Wednesday evening. Detergent 3 $100' COMSTOCK CHERRY PIB SAVI 7. HEINZ'
Miss Lillian Mall and Mr. . . .onus
and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen visited HORMEL 39c 32e 58esr
Mrs.. Bremen's sisterIn 1. Filling . Ketchup 501T1!

Chili & Beans 3 $1
last Friday.Mr.

for Mr.. and a and farewell Mrs.Mrs.Lynn Henry supper Hall Ander-given attended CAMPBELL'S Limit A with $7.SOor moro purchaie excluding clgarottoi.Tomato ec. Dills' . tv. 59c Weenee 4 i",. $100 1 1SETTV

son at the home of Mr. and Soup T; 9C CROCKER HAMBURGER ARROW PAPER
Mrs. Joel Jackson In Starke. <> 100CT.
The Andersons will residein SAVE T7t CRACKIN' GOOD TWIN PACK 2 $10Q Plates 59e
Helpers .
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Panama City; after Ms retirement Potato 3 '... $1 e 1
from the State Farm. Chips . '<- SAVE Uc ALPO SAVI J0 ASTOR INSTANT
\ Mrs. Shirley Norman Is now ". 1
'i 'at home after.being. hospitaliz SAYS 33c MORTON CHERRY, APPLE, PIACH, COCONUT ... 4 Dog Food 3'CANS 88C Coffee >Aa99C:
ed. .20 00 ..
Fruit Pies $1 .
BATTENSiIEPPARD&I.ie i I..... (10'11.... ':
SAVI lit MORTON Chili, 5 $1
and Larry 35c I I CANS
Sheppard ... JAIt .
united In marriage zO.
were Pie 3 $1
at the Batten home In Starke on Pumpkin . -. SAVI Sc DEEP SOUTH AFPLI GOLD MEDAL
October 5. She Is the daughter
SAVI lie MORTON r 39c Flour 5 59e
of Ollle and Bobby Sheppard of .... Jelly e. '. TAO
Hampton.The Pie Shells 3 S $1 I IDress.lng
couple planned a secret .
honeymoon. ASTOR FRENCH FRYPotatoes! 3 ,788C Spinach 4 CANS $100
3 AS. 1
Birthday greetings Darlene . ARROW DIXII DARLING FAMILY

Norman Joey, Forsyth.Amy Davis, Beverlyand JONATHAN Bleach, .orM 39C Bread 4SE.88C i

Amy celebrated her 12th Apples 5o69C DIXIE DARLING MACARONI 4 SUPERBRAND. ..QUARTERSi
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birthday with a_lner and mar- 7.... I.L'. 0oDelicious .
shmallow roast at her home EASTERN RED Cheese 5 i I'KGS. $100 1 Margarine 6 "KGS. $1 q

Saturday A party;evening.of 14 children cele- Apples .11 -, 69C
brated with Beverly 8, and
Joey 2, at their home. They DIUCIOUSTokay
are children of Mr. and Mrs 39C ALL VEGETABLE j
Lester Forsyth. Grapes . ,


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Aak POT PIES 1:68cOiTIt:

Charley UJmlhlh. '

E. S8'J $1 SAVE 21

: 6 48-oz.


Abet n.. Qa..ua PIIS

"We hate joined the nab W*.

of American campers, ......,. ..... ,
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with complete camping f
a '

trailer.'friend' reminds Now a all killjoy of the 1' I I rl1 six. GREEN.. -I-STAMPS. I I Ex.--R.1'J1.... _GREEN.. .... _STAMPS._ ......! .. El' JIIm I I EX.--R.dot..*GREEN........._STAMPS'A'........%f 1 f; HI I I EX"-R'4".'. *..GREEN...... tt M.STAMPS.*. ...(M.M W l, I ll I .6."J-.. ..-GREEN<..... ...-STAMPS'A. ....'... ;
of accident, 1 i **v .i. II>M mtONI A I fl ... ONI 5 IS. PKO. '
risks highway 1 7.aCAN ONE QUART JAR ,' ONI ZO.CT. SOXHEFTY 1 ONI. SO-CT. f Sill ,
loss frpm fire, wind 01'lIefl. IEMON OR REGULAR d RAGU I ,/ ARROW / y/ W.D HAND
family liability' : Pledge : Spagh.ttSaut/ ( Trash Can Lin.rs/ Cold Cups = / B..f Pattl.s I
Isks. Does the Charley B. ; i.tr: GOOD THRU OCT. ISNo. i .",t'.. GOOD THRU OCT. II GOOD THRU OCT. IS GOOD THRU OCT. IIJHf / ,'$Ib: GOOD THRU OCT. II .,I,;I)
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Johns Agency have) to the In. 1 1 ,?.. No.HI .:: No. .* to,.,iKtI .,,wul --LL- 3 I.CM NW 1 r'

.wrancs protection put
our minds. at ass?'* EX.-rRA. EX.TRA. Ex-'-RA.4'J1. .
; I I dvt GREEN.STAMPS I .1'J1.JSSStM.tt 11111' A( GREEN STAMPS. S ,',
GREEN .. <
alai / ow *tfj Mewwcee. **'M.VN ff
charley eo
."- .- ."-'" "TWO Y\T"' cuFr"; "* f TWO' Y,:F.AL SUtrAiMND' :I- ONI iS lIM PKO.SIA ; ONI M:.. PKO.SOUTHERN .
JOHNS AGENCY ,l 1. 14.I WEST VA. BRAND. 1, fI.I Pim.nto/ PALMETTO Chaos.FARMS i'i 14i OH THRIFTY MAID' 'I: Onion Ring 1 D.vll.d Crab i .

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The Process i ttyf tty//
Speed Healing '

Political battles sometimes leave ings that sometimes take years to 15 / / '. 1 1I

scars, almost as painful though less heal. V 1 'Y// '"

obvious than those received on the
traditional battlefield.The The 1972 primaries are over and .
done and while it might sound trite.to I

primary elections ,of 1972 say so, the sooner wo "close ranks," .

were no exception to this rule and forget "the slings and arrows of outrageous -
were probably as hard-fought as any 'ortu1:' and get on with solving

in the history of Bradford County the everyday problems of our 4 ....,.""' '''''
the closeness of the outcome in sev- personal lives as well as those in .W' -

eral races testified to this and it our collective life in the community ." "

is only natural that, under the conditions the better off everyone will be. ..

.isrves should be on''edge V ITIF
emotions: should be stirred and feelings Time they say! is the great heal-'
hurt. erand if this Is eventually true

why not let the healing, process start
i.r kM (k i
Charges and counter-charges of now? Why wait for months or even y R'i1 T7 .

unfair tactics including the circulation years licking our wounds and biding'our

of "vicious rumors" were male by time to "get even" with someone ..
candidates and their friends anJ 'a- who did us a real or Imagined Injustice '

ports have It that the peace and harmonyof ? Why waste those valuable .t a.15y4p5ry .. '
some families was even disrupted months and years In brooding when
by the conflicting views of membersof there is so much constructive workto *

the household: concerning;: some of be done that should require all

the closely contested races. our energies? ,
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While Interest in politics is certainly Granted this may be hard to do-- b t qty t, -t w,
laudable to a certain degree-- but perhaps this is the test of our .

perhaps this is carrying things just a character, and our faith in oUrselvesand

bit too far when politics is allowedto our fellow m.ui. Let's forget the '... .. i',
disrupt family life, break up old past and get on with the really I Important -
friendships and cause wounded feel business of the future.

Traditional Red And White Barber Pole
',.1.1.'' "
I Kicking Freedom A roundThere iV '

Has Interesting Ancient History

is bitter irony in the fact This illustrates the danger of gov- ,

that while: National Newspaper Week ernmental harrassment of the news
October 8-14 is being observed with media that newsmen warned about after
high-flown tributes to "freedom of the I. S. Supreme Court decision last Shunned by "mod"long hairs "Shaving Parlor" when Call Time was when!. the poles and George Washington's death dates In front of their shop
the N. Ignored by do-it-yourself snip( Street was still "paved with were symbolic! of blood-letting was believed hastened by blood
press, a Newark J. news June that held the First ,Amendmentdoes to attract! "customers. Later
per, and collected bv antique dirt, 'and shaded by spreadIng which was 'a sideline of many letting. Seated In a chair the erected
they permanent' \ poles
is in because he '
sitting jail 'not
paperman prohibit juries from
grand the white
lovers-- red and tonsorial oik 'trocs. Peaceful scene barbers-surgeons In the Mid- patient extended a bare, arm with bandanges and blood painted -
refused to answer five questions about requiring newsman to identify their totem pole still survivesfor Isn't ItIn contrast' to today's dle Ages. Medicos of the time and grasped a-staff propped on--' a forerunner, of to-
his confidential news sources beforea confidential sources of information.It the ages. hustle and bustle. prescribed bleeding to rid patients against the floor. As the bar- day's red and white poles.
New Jersey grand jury. The ones pictured above aro The modern barber' poles, of noxious"humors"that ber opened a vein, the blood Blood spurting from the arm
quite different from the modern often glowing with an Inner light Infested the blood and bedeviled often ran along! the ''arm and
is sad to see the apathy with was caught ton/\the barber.urpon' -
revolving kind that graco present behind shatterproof luclte them with sickness. spiraled down staff. Usually
,the -
This is of hvInsta.1ces within basin
one which the American has
public accepted day barber shops. These shells, are descendents of the the arm was wound witha
the past week that illustrate the these steps !against what should elongated wooden poles stoodIn old wooden poles, such as those King Louis Xtn of Francewas bandage, and-barbers sometimes surviving today as the silvery
steady erosio.i of: that all-important be ,one of their most chcrlshO'l! ( free (rout of the S. L., Alvarez shown here.. bled 47 times In one year hung the staff and ban- knob atop the pole.

"right" that the framers of the con- ,doms.
stitution considered so vital that they r ------------ 1 1l

used 't to head up the Bill of Rightsthe -- The flu, nowipnx; In America -,

freedom of the press. *$ *. oppression and those who priciically sought freedom grew up from together 'I!{ County Agent News I 1 e r I ti + '

The first instance came when 'a fighting, for freedom for this.. ., -, By Bobb,* L. tor" a.se .,
.{federal District.CQurUjudge enjoined matlon. It has ,often been said that theDearlynewspapers ",' I '- ,
anyone ,connected :.with* the.Infamous. ... ,. were m..>re effective-re?, .-'....," -r-4t, : .\
Watergate: "bugging case frorrTdls-' \ than cannon or bayonets in winning freedom ''t ewenty',) "4tt: and WA'meei: : pran-"'' hott jei; bii"t, 'production .. Ji,
cussing: the matter outside the court- in America. bare" have been ..Iected'to participate and competition from
In the sixth Annual Mexico and some of our Wes-
room. The order w.n so .all-inclusive Calf Scramble Saturday O that it seems to apply etentp: mem- Newspapers have a vital role in ober M..This. -, squeeze on our local growers. ,
bers of the Congress alid-tO presidential preserving the people's freedom .by It appears that our acreage .
candidates. It appears., to pre- keeping them informed of what (Is youth and livestock activity will be down again this year.
Is one of the beat com
vent any official of either'political :s'ol'.ig on In government, business and munity programs I know about.; C. w
party from stating his views or giving every' facet of' dally life. Without the It Is sponsored by our Starke-
information to the press.. Obviously, 'eyes and ears of newspapers, few Bradford County Chamber of The ,.platform for our Starke
such restrictions would muzzle needed persons in today's busy world could Commerce and supported financially -' Farmer's Market has been
discussion of an issue that is highly! begin to keep up with the overwhelming and otherwise by-many poured and construction appears -
businesses civic'clubs'; agricultural to be Bob $1Ea. rjI
on schedule.
relevant to the political 'campaign.The rush of events that ,profoundlyaffect organizations and Individuals Allen, Market M.mager tells

their personal rights and free throughout our eras me that our;pecan auction will
second Instance of erosionof dom. Newspapers cannot continue to probably be held on the new Fps
freedom of the press under the do their job unless their sources of The program will start at, market this year with the first
present Administration is the jailing confidential Information are protected. 4:30: p.m. with a fried chicken sale the last weon of October
of Peter for allowa supper prepared by our Brad or the first week In November.
Bridge refusing to
ford High Chapters of Future/' There will only be ttiree
grand jury access to unprinted information Farmers of America. The first or four sales this year because New Hampton Officials Take 'Oath
which he had gathered as Congress now has before It legislation calf scramble should get underway of a light crop expected -
: a reporter. that would reinforce the free at 6:30 p.m. Admission Is,, Sale dates will be announcedsoon.
j dom of the which has been free. Gather up the whole famIly Pictured.from left
press so Hampton's new official fam- are: Bon-'
for an evening of amuse- i Marshal and Don 11111 Councilman -
Bridge cooperated with the grand greatly weakened by the Supreme meat, fun and fellowship and ily Is pictured being sworn Into ale Trisler, new city clerk ;later elected, chair-
jury in its investigation into alleged Court's interpretation of the First meet us at the Fair Ground. office at Tuesday night's who was sworn In by outgoing man).
corruption in a housing; authority; lie Amendment. The events of last week, this Saturday October 14. I'm still getting calls about Council meeting. All! Incum- In Mayor turn Arthur Bruno In and she
bents swore the
running for office were others: New business discussed at
answered some eighty; questions put clearly show the need of such legislation -, 1S the "bangs dlse..." or bru- defeated In the September election Ralph Trisler, councilman; Tuesday night's session Included -
to him but refused to answer several and those who value their cellosis eradication program and the only hold-over official Willard Thomas, Mayor; ]Hank a proposed $20,000 budget,
that he felt went beyond the scopeof personal freedom as well as free Even though our poultry u-'' I have copies of the regulations In the city hall Is Buck Lott. Jr., Council; Ted Curtis and a motion approved to have
fie Investigations and wou'i: compromise : dom of the press should let Con soclation has not had a regular and will be happy to discuss Dennison, 16-year councilman Council; Herschel Parker the city books audited.
his confidential: sources of gress know where they stand on this meeting In the last few weeks, them with you at any time.
information. our poultry committees and "' r-
.issue. board of directors have beenat Another reminder you must ''t f's, a...W''Ii
work. They have made a lot have a trip ticket with you .
of progress, especially In the when you move any livestock In _. I I
broiler production area. They Florida.These forms are available LETTERSEditor
.* ..* have established good communications at your County Agent's Office .
Y with one of our broiler -'' Livestock Markets and
TIle bird ; processors.: Being able to from State Livestock Inspec
FLAME RETARDANT; FB61SHDUE First of all: of these
discuss problems some
animals & flowers( and reach mutual opportunities understanding tors.Frank SOON FOR COTTON Bradford County; TelegraphDear sign appear, to be nailed to
will be good (or. Palmer our local livestock -, CLOTH Sir the trees. If so many politician -

both grower and proc..qeom Inspector says that pigs Cotton, Inc. la very close to I have; been In Florida for are concerned with our
tell consigned to feeder sales must
dying to us. environment, why ar* they try-
are .. be consigned at least one week a breakthrough In the development approximately two months and Ing to Idlllt1SoCOndJv.
dividers before the sale In order for of a chemical flame-re- In that time have traveled a
Things like Installing for the pen roof- the pigs to be'approved for tardant finish for all cotton bit around this area. In my Is there any need,
movement. Call or come byour .nd-ll.... Including home furnishing travel I have observed an alarming other than -
of poultry houses, changing out *. The finish,which adds number of billboard programming
office if
you have questions. of
"Give I hoot person's name,
a brooders., paving: feeders driveways and ana wa'terrs around -- only slightly to the cost of and political! signs. of having so many of the same
the product, will be announced
don't :' houses have all been Court To Hear within eight to ten week*. Realizing that Florida depends signs In one area?
pollute discussed and some agreementsand on its tourist trade, I
understanding have been Container Corp. Major breakthroughs were can rationalize with my mind clans' ado these signs
reached. Our committees are also predicted In the area of and say this 1* permlssabl. after
f 'J! f ..".. .,..,. and other Information all-cotton and blends with cot- and some questions pertaining properly'ZThe _L
to be presented at a special to the political sign*.
,',.. :: ,meeting to be called later Oral argument will be heardon ton.The letter and public Printing of this
your comment: will
\ this month. November 29 In a sessionof development of the Dam.- be greatly
The Brad ford. County t-" the First District Court of retardant finish comes .t, a leg of broiled chicken contain appreciated.
TELEGRAPHESTABI.i9HEi1IS79' ::: In the meantime growers arc Appeal In Jacksonville on the time when manufacturers of only an-hundrad-flftn Very truly yours.
... ..:::-: : encouraged to continue good suit died by Container Corpo some cotton domestics products lea..lower than for' most
; !'' .' : ;..0-'t !:: ','management practices fly and ration against Bradford County; are apprehensive atout tile Impact meat*. And the U-S Agricultural David G. LaValle.
x odor control, proper waste and challenging Its timber land tax that nammlbillty; legislation Marketing Service says P. O. Box 1071Keystone
dead bird disposal and the other assessment.Container. will have on present lines. broiler-fryer are In plentiful Height. Fla.
S ... practices that will help keep, supply now. .so chancesare
I A4LS 1iIIt, Bradford County; poultry production Is appealing a sum- Cotton bedspread. producers, you'll find them featuredat
FL RI I tope In Florida. mary Judgment mad by Circuit for example, are worried that i attractive prices. Look for
The _Id thing* ar* pad 1heOIdEtMTORIALS %
Judge John A.H. Murphree In taste currently being considered : broiler-fryer at your favorite.
'' way,-(II Cor. i7)) C. favor of the County earlier this for nammabUlty; would virtually market soon. And serve'your''
A 5' S'QT, 0 N, Let us consciously( let go the year. This Judgment upheld the eliminate. the tufted category family chicken often.
Dry weather Is ) past; let( aa think of old ) warm ,
/ thought and old condition as planting of rye ryegrassand Assessor Gene Laos on Con-' t Lb'
'waters that haTe passed away. other winter u1alrcropa. W er'* -34,000 acres of woodland Cotton sheet blankets have 1t
t '. in and Strawberry setting should be on In Bradford. their greatest use In tile Institutional Wondering what to serve for
Let v* live the present
E L. MATTHEWS.'Eai.rP.bl1.hi'P.dli.h.4 schedule line: ,moet --of our The' County; will be represented market. dinner tonight Us*your noodle.
such ThuriJey .... ."..,.* .. Sec.n Class. Matter t the Pest Office .t Stark,' H.rltf1 God power and capabilities beset a* .late a* tile fret ofNovember. who was county; attorney when Service says wheat product... 6t1'' '__,_4 .
ruler, Ac rl March 3,,, lilt. that ar our.We can blew Strawberries have Container filed 1U first suits Including noodles and spaghetti TN
Subscript! In tre... "' 1 y'*r, 14.09 Outs!*. the'put and let It go. It'ha* .been, an xotuent crop for us against the) county; attacking Trying to trim your food bud- .are In good supply: right Irfendi."Money sny'not ]buyI
".M tfre.: 1 $ .00.. served ita purpose. Our pur- for, a number of ;years. However Itt IMS .*...ament. Similar get. .or your waistline? Go now. In fact, what-product but ll will|| help you

reed pose now I Is to UTe in God' prvbiemelike labor,marketing sulfa hare been filed each: ;year ahead. .take tile chicken: are on tile plentiful food list stay la:omet with your
'wonderful present. poor growing Masons, sface: that tune. way out. A three-ounce .."- for October. .children."

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OUR SERVICEMEN Randall A. Massey, MO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to FOB all in Section 26,Township NOTICE ford County Florida. 2nd Lt. Harold Bowen, son of of Mr.and Mrs.Edward U Massey
I FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL 5 South Rang 22 East Mark and Vernon Olin Cla- 10/5 4tp 10/26 Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Bowen, of Lawtey, recently com-
cmcUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD This chang In classification rsnc Cooper and David Gunter of Starke recently completed pleted eight weeks of basic
COUNTY. CIVIL, ACT- Is subject to a public hearing and D.Vo* Gunter have made a nine-week Air Defense Artillery training attheU.s. Army TrainIng -
ION. CASE: NO. use to b. held on Tuesday Oct An>Ueatton to lie Bradford NOTICE Officer basic course at Center; Fort Knox, Kjr.
j IN RE: The Marriage of ERIC ober Slat 7:30: PM In th*bountY County Zoning Board for reclassification James Robinson has made the U.S. Army Air Defense He i Ie a 1972 graduate of Bradford -
FLOYD KAPLAN, Husband,and ; Commission room at the of the property Application: to School Fort Bliss Texas High School.
f{ LINDA JANE NORE KAPLAN, Bradford County; Court Hous described below from R -A to County Zoning BoardB for re- The course provides trainIng -
j I Wife. at which Urn all persons Interested RI-C. classification of the property In the operations and tactics --
i I NOTICE OF SUIT shall be heard for That part ,of El/2 of NWI/4 described below from RI-C to of the Army's Air Defense -
I 'TO; Linda Jane Nora Kaplan. ,or against the proposal as .of SEI/ Lying South of Co. BA. Weapons Systems, and
56 Ashmore Road, Worcester, specified In the' Zoning Code Cr. Rd Ex OR Bk 86 page 262 Lots 1. 2 and 3 of Block Instruction Is also Included: In 1
: Massachusetts 01602. of Bradford County. and that part of WI/2 of NWIof /4 5 of Santa Fe Shores S/D Section muclear weapons and commul- at
i You are hereby notified that. John Torode Chairman SEI/4 lying SE of St. Rd 1 I. Township 9 South, Rang cations. E c .I
Bradford County; Zoning S-100-A and NE of Co. Gr. 22 East. Lt. Bowen Is a 1968 graduate
a petition for dissolution of Board Rd and Beg 717.93% N of SW This chang In classification of Bradford High School and ,
marriage has been filed against 10/5 4t 10/12 Cor of El/2 of NWl/4 of SEI4.N Is subject to a public hearing received a B.S. degree in 1972 "
you; and you are required to 310.72' to S R/W of :iHS to be held on Tuesday. Oct- from Florida State University l
j aerve a copy of your answeror 100-A, Nely on S R/W 83'% ober 31 I at 7:30 PM In the He entered the Army In July
pleading to the petition on IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S S 41 deg E 238.95'. Swly 281.62'' County' Commission room at 1972.
the petitioner's attorney, HEN- COURT OF BRADFORD COUN- to FOB and Par Desc In OR the Bradford County CourtHouse >:
I RY L. GRAY JR., 211 N. E. TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATENO. 78-131 and Beg 65' W of Co. 'at which time all persons -- 11.
J First Street. Post Office Drawer 11981IN Cr. Rd and E Line of NWI/4 Interested shall be heard .
l 1 "0," Gainesville Florida REEatateofCLARALAT- of SEI/4. Run N 357'. W 300'. for or against the proposal Pvt. Alvin J. Fayson son of L
.32601, and file the original ans- TERMAN Deceased. S 175% Sely 300' to FOB In Code Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fayson
In the Zoning
wer or pleading In the office NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll El/2 of NWl/4 of SEI/4 Containing as specified of Lawtey recently completed Navy Ensign Barry E. Firth Command: Pensacola, Fla.
of the Clerk of the Circuit creditors of the Estate 27-A M/L lying and be- of Bradford County. eight weeks of basic training son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. lie will move on to the next
Court on or before the 25th of CLARA LATTERMAN, deceased Ing In Section 30, Township 6 John Torode Chairman at the U.S. Army,Trainlnr Center. Firth of 535 )N.; Cherry St.. phase of his Naval aviation -
Bradford County Zoning '. Fort Knox Ky. He Is a Starke receives his commissionIng training. Ills sister, Mrs.
day of October 1972. If you are hereby notified and South, Range 22 East. ,
j fail to do so, judgment by default required to file any claims This chang In classification 1972 graduate of Bradford High certificate from Cup.iU/ : Diane Beattie was present at
2tp School. David Hughes, Naval Ar: Station the ceremonies. He Is a 1964
: will be taken against you or demands 'which they may la subject to a public hearingto
for the relief demanded in the have against said Estate the be held on Tuesday October Ellyson Field commanding officer graduate of Bradford County Airman Ronnie L. Austin son
petition. Office of the County Judge of 31 at 7:30: PM In the County upon graduation from Avia- High Starke and a 1968 graduate of Mr. ui Mrs. Robert Austin
Done and ordered NOTICE INTENTION TO 7:30: P.M. Specifications as follows tion Officer Candidate Schoolat of Jacksonville University
at Starke Bradford County, Florida, In Commission room at the Brad- of Lawtey has been assigned
Florida, this 15th day of Sep the Court House at Starke Flo- ford County Court House at REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME : the Naval\; Aviation Schools Jacksonville Fla. Chanute Ani. HI., after com

tember, 1972. rida, within six (6) calendar which time all persons Interested Notice Is hereby given that Five inches of Llmerock -- ., ___nnn__. pleting Air Force baste training
Gilbert S. Brown Clerk the undersigned pursuant to packed to four Inches Grade
months from the date of tile shall be heard for or
Circuit Court first publication of this notice. against the proposal as specified Chapter 865.09, Florida Statues Roll and Pack Llmerock.: Ap- Petty Officer, 1st Class Er- During his six weeks at the
By: Beulah M. Moody Each claim or demand must In the Zoning Code of will register with the ply Hot Asphalt packed to nest W. Beeman, husband of the WISH .I'D SAIDTNAi' Air' Training Command's Lack-
Deputy Clerk be In writing and must state Bradford County. Clerk of the Circuit Court In tone Inch,. streets twelve feet former Carolyn E. Starling of land AFB, Tex., he studied the
CHANDLER, O'NEAL, AVERA, the place residence. and post John Torode ChairmanBradford and for Bradford County. Florida wide. Starke, has been commended Air Force mission, organization
GRAY LANG & STRIPLING office the fictitious name of City of Lawtey reserves the and customs and
address of the claim- County Zoning for his efforts on a chaff bomb received
By. Henry L. Gray. Jr. ant and must b* sworn to by Board 301 Tavern under which we are right to reject any or all bids. project at the Naval Air' Test special Instruction human re-
Attorneys for Petitioner the claimant: ,', his agent or his 10/5 2t 1012NOTICE engaged In business at 3 miles City of Lawtey Center Patuxent Rivers Md. lations..
South of Ethel D. Reddish
Post Office Drawer 0 attorney or It will become Starke Highway 301,
Clerk '4144JJ4JJ.44JJJIJIII 4.4'J
Gainesville, Florida 32801 void according to law. Starke. Fla. 32091. City The airman has been assigned .
9/21 4t 10/12 /S/ AMELIA T. ROBERTS OF APPUCATION. Julian Gllsson, P. O. Box 3t 10/26 "Modern science "The easiest way for a man to the Technical Training
Administratrix c.ta. FOR TAX DEED 954 Starke Fla. 32091 and always to yet his wife's attention is Center at Chanute for specialIzed -
of the Eatate of CLARALATTERMAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Vlrgle Slade P. O. Box 159. NOTICE-C.A.T.V. fulls short. Like they've pot by looking comtortable.Rex ."- training In the missile
NOTICE De. that JAMES PAUL; THORNTON Hampton Fla. 32044; sole owners The City of Keystone Heights all these easy-to-start power maintenance field.
Paul V. Lock has made Application ceased.sEUGENE the holder of the following Is accepting bids on installation mowers, but lawns still look Goldthorpe Cuba City
to the Bradford County / F. SHAW certificates has filed said certificates Dated this 25th day of September and operation of CableT. shaggy because the husbands (Wisc.) Tri-City Presn. Airman Austin, a 1970 graduate -
Zoning Board for reclassification -' SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS for a tax deed to be 1972 at Starke. Bradford V. Bids will be opened at tire still cominjr out in those "A woman is at her bent of Bradford High School

of the property des- P. O. Box 1088 Issued thereon. The certificate 10/5 County.10/26 Florida, City Council meeting at 7:30 wry hardtotiirt model*."- when she is man hunting and Star he, 'attended Santa Fe Junior
cribed below from RI-B to BA Stark, Florida 32091 numbers and years of Issuance, 4tp on ,Oct. 10, 1972 In City Hall. Richard Mayer Jr., North a man at his best when he is College Gainesville.
Com 274' East'of SW Cor- the description of the property
istratrix 3t 10/12 "
Vernon (Ind. Sun. fishing. Geo. B.
) Bowra.
ner of SWI/4. N 247' for FOB. FIRST PUBLICATION:September and the names fobs it was NOTICEK.
Nly 191' E 280' to Highway 21. 1972. assessed are as :
289' W 167 No. 41. Year of K. Thompson has made
301 Sly on Ilwy % 9/21 4t 10/12 Certificate
Application to the Bradford
Issuance 1970.Description. I lI
..... of Property: County Zoning Board for reclassification -
Beg at SW Cor of Lot S In : of the property Ever Da LwPrice EycryPavLowPricc
GAINESVILLEBusiness Peetsville Run N'l05'. E 105. described below from EA to

S 105', W 105 to POB Sec:35- BA.Beg '
at Int. of Ely R/W of FLORIDA GRADE 'A" Pantr1f.
5-22E. I St. Road 200 and Ely Bdry sSUPERMARKETS
Name Thomas In House which Movers assessed: of SEI/4 of NEI/4 East 280.5% FRESH Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
Directory' 449'
Nly % Wly 70'% Swly 331'%
All of said property beingIn W 242'% Sly on Road 117.5 to
the County of Bradford State POB Except R/W, all In Section -
of Florida. 16. Twp. 6 S. Rge 22 FRYERSCOFFEE
AUTO .&ALES '> ,GARDEN'' SUPPLIES Unless such certificate or East. STARKE'S
certificates shall be redeemed
This change in classification 320 S. WALNUT ST.
BRASINGTON according to law the property is subject to a public hearing S

CADILLAC: / 'mI>.1MOHl.K: Johnson Faris, Inc.SEEDS' or described certificates In such will certificate be: sold October'to be 31 held at 7:30: on PM Tuesday.In the ( LB C 1,111...,iow Mien oooa,.,ovAwlff.
33 59 >ONU I.un 0000 .u
to the highest bidder at the .. .. .
SALES A SKUVICB County Commission room at wfO OCV ? aU.HIItvvfO
'- PLA.NTS'InIOeeU..Idt' court house door on the first the Bradford WHOLE' L'B BAGBONELESS ....... .....
I County Court
Fine Srlrctton.f. Used Can Pet Supplies Monday in Month of November -. House at which time all 'persons 2 IR BAG M tit ttoUi It, JOTPf
T.Mu-ii On'CixlllUe. Trade 1972 which Is the 6th day Interested Y.31.L100118isMPcouPOas
shall be heard LTr.
;:glHll N.W. 13th, -,'. Ph.37 -S3.Barkley <. ''FERTIUdasWe : lolNovember. 1972 >, for
or against the proposal.,as -I1--
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Dated this 25th day of September -
Rent Frrtlllxtr fIIpr.."". specified in the Zoning Code 1rrffrFfr
: 1972.Gilbert. of Bradford County. CENTER CUT I St U.S. NO.J 1
; ,Motors, IncTOYQJTA S24 N.W. 5th Ph. J78-M74 S. Brown Clerk ;
Torode Chairman

CLASS Clerk By: /s/of Beulah Circuit' M.Court Moody of Board Bradford County Zoning. SIRLOIN 1I."lm I 1f1M tna, ', ROUND i WHITEPOTATOES

t Bradford Florida
4 when drive and era 10/5 2tp 10/12
10/5 4t 10/26 '
,Salm, Part Service. STEAKS STEAK i

1700 N Main, 378-I26A IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S NOTICE Is hereby given pur- '
Glass Company, I. COURT OF BRADFORD suant to Section 12 of Chap i 10
Beauty Arndcmy ,, COUNTY FLORIDA. ter' 72-299 Laws of Florida, ::: 129 1 -$119 59C
"Cliu For In re: Estate of LONZO R. of a public hearing to be held
Every Purpose"Store < LB BAG
POWELL'S STARLING, Deceased by the Department of Natural !
Front-Mirrors'! NOTICE OF FILING; PETITION Resources in the DEPARTMENT -
Beauty Academy Tub EnclosureShowers\ FOR FINAL, DISCHARGE OF \; OF TRANSPORTATION:
1 Furniture .

:214! N W 10th 378-27M : FLORIDA, at which time 1 .
1238 S"., .M.iln (;ain*...ilh Notice la hereby given that testimony will be taken as to
ELECTRIC: MOTORS\ we have filed our final report the boundaries for the SUWAN-; ROAST /
372-8191 ; 372.1102 of Co Administrators of the Estate NEE RIVER BASIN WATER ..
ceased; that we have filed out Such hearing will be held Ll; o LLpNII
Co.Of Santa Fe Tractor application for final discharge si9ae
Motor: Repair at 9:00: A.M.! on Wednesday
LONG() and that we will apply to the,
8, 1972. and all par-

R"PIIr1n1Ind1n dUiwvlllf, toe. I".urn Tractor& Industrial Count Honorable Florida; Judge Theron of Bradford A. County Yawn. ties Interested matter are in Invited the foregoing to- HORMEL AQU ATEXIZEJ! VIV A i'lC,

New and( Used! ; on Oct. 27, 1972 appear.
HyJr.tulic Hone for approval of the same and DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL : 1
.3qj6'Njy.6th'St.; Ph. 372-4H18 and Firing for final discharge a.-Co- RESOURCES '

Bolt ill Size AdmLUstators of the Estate of By: Randolph Hodges rrrrrrrr CHILI WITH I LOTIOH TOWELS
Lonzo R. Starling. deceased Executive Director I ulnun BEANS j
!Steam; Cleaner
---- B.v: R. O. Vernon Director
Lone Di..anfloIII': ; | &: C'hcmicaUSaleH LA. Df.RKLEE Division of Interior Resources 1 r i
: 5c
!\ STARLINGCoAdminlstrators!
Storage/ racking I Up It DeliveryU88 of 10/12 2t 10/19 150Z 31 3/$11 I GIANT 29'
Crating<< Shluln N. It'. 6th Rt the Estate of Lonzo R.
Free EilimaUt Call Gainesville, Fl. Starling deceased! CANS 1 ROLLS
MUSIC\ Attorney for Co-Administra COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN-

tors. P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke, TY, FLORIDA. PROBATE

10/5 4t 10/26 IN RE: Estate of CLARA
ARTIST! REGISTER FICTITIOUS: :NAME All creditors of the Estateof

35 OoN.E. W.W0 .... C'vIHe Notice\; Is hereby given that PEARL DEES RAHME: deceased A L
( ;
,;,. !
37t..m. _I i .., the undersigned l. pursuant to are hereby notified and *
Chapter 864.09. Florida Statutes required to file any claims
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co.G'vill'e will register with the or demands which they may
BI.Ol'NT' Shopoing Cir. 372.5351 Clerk of the Circuit Court In have against said Estate In COMPARE'! li.i",": ". 1 1 I"V's Non' BUTTERMIIK REGULAR OR ao; 2...
PONTLVCCMS and for Bradford Count; Florida the Office of the Count; Judgeof 1 FRU IT BANQUET -

INC.. Farm and Industrial BOR the!NEWS fictitious, under name which of I LA-am In the Bradford Court House County; ,at Florida Starke, Potato ChipsT..::.... 38c 1 i Giant i / b .

I Equipment engaged In business at 640 Florida, within six calendar Rice-A-Rani r.t: :::,::'' 3/S1/ I nnnmr PIES
St. Fla. months from the date of the
Gardner Starke 32091
first publication of this notice. Chinatown} Rice :::::: 39c I IBREAD:
JC: : Simpson 640 GardnerSt. Each claim or demand must CHERRY. APPLE ft PEACH.UOTT'S
.. Starke Fla.32091 sole own- be In writing and must state Long Grain Rice .:.:r: 0'0 39c :

FaciaryAutharl..dPontiac ) er.Dated this 12th day of September office the place address of residence of the claimantand and post Colgate Instant Shave:..tF; ::;" 39c 3/l ; -.,. ,

1972 at Starke Brad- must be sworn to by the Pantry Pride Salt 1101 N' 9(1 FROZEN 14/99 j

rtt,210.Parf4 H. Main.rain.avHI..S.rvlce 'THIS SPACE FOR S\LE ford 10/12 County Florida. 9/21 4tp ,claimant, or his It will agent become or his void attorney Pantry Pride Flour 'p 31c 20ozw ,j

according to law. r r
.. ., Fla. PHONE 1 ir :
I 372-2583 REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME As Adminlstrstrlx 5O< OFF''. I
Notice Is hereby; given that of the Estate of "EARL lEES LIBBY'SCOH

"TRAILERS' the undersigned pursuant to RAHME! ,F.Deee..edEl'CE."E SHAW : FKISK9ESCUBES : APPLE tffi* C
MOBIL. HOUI..1C. I PAI.\.I\-K' Chapter 864.09 Florida Statues SHAW A KOPELOUSOS: JUICE DONUTSfMM
Klrby'i .,'11. Horns will register with the P. O. Box 1088 .
Clerk of the Circuit Court In DOG Fo00.25 L8 aAG
C.r !:' R.f."lr A SvppIUs, lac. and for Bradford County.; Fla. Starke. Florida 32091 1 --1.101,I..INNV 1 ,
Attorneys for Administratrix N. 11.N..W
,..-.- Authv'ti.-c4 "PiaUf, ",1'.on.lnt"rII..m the fictitious name of GRACE'S FIRST PUBLICATION October Ice tfJFt u .T.,110/0._,
CERAMICS under which ce.rrrrrrt.Mn.ytewlrke
19,0 I S. t t:. Waldo Rd. "\. in business at 12. 1972.
Ciln! ..vlll 1. JTH-06SI 5ieci:! llc.i.tcvi: A. .'ir.nJ.. are Rout 2, Box 103-A Starke. 10/12 ,4t 11/2
hhunint, Vi': ,tt l". iwryD.yle IMa I..Oay\owtlrlq l..ryOayLowJlric. a..ryOayLawPrIce iir.n>ftavtow* >te (MrrOavLowPrfc*
Fla. 32091. ..... ......
r.u.4vt.'aMn1., :llIrrl ..*.'.rnini.* Grace Faulkner Rt. 2 Box BIDS I P.ntry CAPRi SIJAV E MOttN ftHOJtl "c." ..PILISBURTPOTATOM I CHOCOIA1IMISTIB'S I
| CALL FOR ... .
..Milt, .t law O 54 J* M' .*>_ P.loI. BANQUZTDINNERS FRENCH ..........-.
nncnn' ,.".".. Cam PIM.a Air; (, n.liri'nintlln.t..II.dS"'O. 103-A, Starke Fla. and Grace Sealed Bid will be received BATH OIL
"t.!* VII Service .D.ol. .'l'. .. Fuliwood,101S Southgate Drive. for City of Lawty. Florida for .M4cYTNw5M.../-, W-.1 rl.ua of NMCIw BALSAM FRIES [ QUIK

.., "AII.'' MIN I .NI! '.... tt00 \."'. 6.h St. Gainrttvihe Starke Fla. 32091.Sol owners. approximately two miles of 59c u2/ lase 88c :::.: ,38c S3:; 3/$1 911
=,;%v..7N t1 t'88's) Dated this 26th day of September street paving Bids to be opened ::_: ., art $1
e. Jr.f.ft-... fl- 1972 at Starke Brad Monday,' November 6, 1972 at

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Refrigeration heating. and air conditioning Architects _...:.__._.__.-........ 15.25: Steam .....:..........._......__....-.-....... 15.25

, Legal Notice .__ .__.... .. __.__.:-__ 15.25 Artist, commercial. ___.. ---1".10-0.: ., .2 .2IS,,.,,,....', '' ." ."Linn'; and uniform service _2tt.;,, A.."r ..: ... 1025,,

Roof and sheet metal ._...._..._.__?.?_._. 10.25 Attorneys and lawyers" ..__ ......__. 15.25 .; .''Machine shop __.-._. -'--"- 10.25

.FOR PUBUC CITY HEARING OF STAKKE Sign Chemists _...........____......?__._.._.-..._.... 35.25 Machine shop and foundry .._;;. .-":.- 35.25

(a) Electrical -_"::1..-.:,..J::. :' 10.25 Chiropodists .._...___...., ,.-a--.. 25.25 Manicurist .._........__-..-..aUM. :.-..- --.... 5.25
be held You at ire. 7:00 hereby P.M.; given November notice 7 that. 1973 a public for the hearing purpose will of (b) Painting ,non..electrica1 oJ,1., '... __ 10.25.Swimming Chiropractors ._____... ._._' ___ ___ 25.25 Mattress renovating .....-..-,.._,1,1....\.-,- 25.25

the second reading of an ordinance pertaining to occupational ) s'r.. ,, 25.25 Dietitian __..___" -......... 15.25 Messenger and delivery ....._w _. *_..-..... 10.25
licenses for the City of Starfce pursuant, to Florida Tile and terrazzo .... ......_...... 10.25
_.. ... ..... 15.25
25.25 .
Statue Chapter 208 at the City Hall. City; of Stark, Florida. ; Dentists .....__. ___,.._. Multigraphing -_ -4, ,,- -
trimmers .
Tree surgeons and tree .C ,::, Engineers, civil, consulting .......___.._ 15.25 Nurseries. children ___......-._____.. 10.25
For City of Stake (a) Three employees or less __ _..._., 10.25
Funeral director or undertaker ......_....,..... 25.25 (Health permit required) I v;
Merrill Edwards, City Clerk (b) Over three employees ............-i;;.:iL:..J.L 15.25
', ,T Masseur or masseuse _._.: _...._......:._.. 10.25 Patrol agency, one agent -..-____- 20.25
!iJC -
Well drilling. .............. .._.. .._._ ;:_ 10.215Oth :
CITY OF STARKB FLA. __ .__ 25.25 (Each additional agent) ._:_': L.-- 7.75
'j" 'r Naprapath ........j........._-. .
er contractors '._ ... .._.....I.-..;.-.,. 15.25 ,
ORDINANCE NO. _.. ....... 25.25 Photographers and camera shops ._...;:.-._ 15.25
172-A Naturopath .........._._.-__.___.._ .

MANUFACTURING .1'i; .i, Oculist ..__.__..._..-*_....__............... 25.25 Each additional outside, \salesman, ..__I -' 10.25
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGESState Ice manufacturing .... .... ......._.........?!'.,..:.;;..;. 25.25. Public stenographer. Includes addressing
Optician, Including supplies .........:............. 25.25
Beverage Department authorization ,. (Including vehicles used in distribution of service ....:......... .. 10.25
._... 25.25 ,- ,-
_.. r
required. manufactured ice Optometrist ..-__.__..___.?. ._
i, only.)
_........... 25.25 'Radio Station' <- -- 20.25'ReaJ.estate
; :> Osteopathic physician _...-_.._
Sales in commercial and whether
only Ice
permitted manufacturing not
zones ',' cream or .
,, Prosthodonist ... ....... .. .... 15.25 >:...,
heavier except for consumption off premises '1 in connection with other business ___.._ 15.215' ... ,
";: (a) Agency ._.___..._-._...__.,...._-..... 15.25b
sale of beer. (See Merchants and DealersDairiesand Photoengraver ..,." .. ... 10.25
milk distributors. ( ) Salesman, associated .with ,licensed
Beer vendor, limits to 1% to 3.2% of alcohol ';i ) Physician _..._._-._.._..,.._';'_..:.;...._..... 25.25
General manufacturing establl hment.! .
in Surgeons _.._..__..._........._.._..:.....:........, 25.25 ---i-
Each person or firm engaged any other .

Consumption on premises .. ..... $ 15.25 manufacturing not specifically listed herein, ',/' Surveyor .._......... ................ .._.......... ...,... "'15.25 fied .. .... ... ... .. .... 15.25

Consumption off premises .. ..... 7.75 as owner, agent or otherwise whereby Taxidermist ......._..._....,..;.__.,..._.. ..__....._ 15.25 Rug and/or carpet cleaning ...... ..._..... 10.25
goods, are manufactured for sale to the' ',,7 machines for 'dealer in,

AMUSEMENTS public .... .....______..,,_._.?.._....:_...? 25.25 Veterinarian or veterinary surgeons ..... .... 25.25 not Sewing including licensed, agency merchants ,...._.?_._ 20.25

Amusement parks .. .. m.. ...... ........... 500.25 MERCHANTS AND DEALERS Other professions .._ ..;.._. ...;.....,......._. 15.25 Shoe repair, with machinery __._.::.. ._,,,..... 10.25

Arcade -_........... '50.25 Agricultural implements ... :,115.25 RENTALS '': .; I (Permits sale of shoe polishes, 'cleaners.

Archery range .... .. ............ ..................... .. 10.25 Automobiles i T" *, ;, .." 'and related shoe accessories)

AstrologersAthletic .. ... ..... ...... ...... ... ........... 1000.25" Sale of new or used cars or both ......... ..:; { < 15.25 'r, Apartments motels hotels and rooming" ,,' Small loan companies doing business under

conteats,$ each contest .............._._ 2525 Each additional location where cars are houses ,.//1, ',.> Chapter 516, Florida Statutes 1 19 53v:: 5025
sold by above licensee ...... .. ..:...;..:.: : : /! 10.25 1 to'10 rooms ... .. ..... ............ ,.. :J.e?....:....''...'...' 5.25 '
Bowling alley** per alley ____.______ 12.75 -.f ( Tailor ...._. .._... ..-,.,...-,.. \ 10.25
Each additional room ...'. .. ...._.<.?_. :" 1.00 "
(Permits sale of soft drinks bowling Bakery ..... .10.25 15.25
sup --7i Taxi each vehicle .. .
plies, tobacco and candy) (Health permit; required; :)) >? i' Boardinghouses '. Television and radio repairstj,no sales' 10.25

Barbecue pig stands drive-ins, etc., alone 1 to 10 rooms ." ... .... .. .. ..' 7.75

.Carnivals or with any restaurant (health permit l Each.additional room .., .. ..... 1.25 Telephone companies; .___. ._". -......_.__, 50.25
(a) For each tent, structure device, exhibit -

game or amusement shown, required: ) _________,--:_ ..*".... ;J.10.25 Dance haUs ... ..I..r.-I., ...., ... 50,25Drive Transfer companies each vehicle 10.25
.._ ..... ,.. .. 20.25
rentals Travel agency .
given or operated per day __ 150.25b Bicycle dealer (includes ) .. ..... ", 10.25 yourself or "U Drive It" rental servo :

( ) For each riding device in connection Bottling works ice, per vehicle ....._-......-t.-._.-...... 20.25 General service establishment: Each per
therewith per day ._.._ 200.25 Carbonated nonalcoholic .. 25.25 son engaged in any other business not

Carpet golf course ..._._......_..._.. 10.25 Noncarbonated ........_....-..._........i 15.25 Trailer parksa specifically listed herein as'.owner, agentor

Clairvoyant, fortunetellers, divine healers, Butcher shop only .... -. ... .._____ ,, 10.25 ( ) First ten spaces .........._ ......_.....__.... 15.25 I otherwise, whereby services are performed -

palmists and phrenologists _.. 1,000.25 (Health permit required.) Merchant license (b)' Each space over ten spaces additional 1.25 for the public In return for con-
sideration _..___ .___ 20.25
j:: ---
Circus, or any show or exhibition where a must be obtained for groceries or :j. Trailer rentals .,._?___..._._........ 15.25 : i I't :
charge Is made for admission, per day _. 50.25 other merchandise _. _. ._. .____-- -t.; 10.25 SECTION NO.8

Circus or show, for parade through city Cabinet or carpenter shop: SERVICES Mall Order House - - -.. 20.25

streets where performance is held outside Three employees or less ___......._.__. 10.25 Abstract and title company four or less Exemptions: Section 11. It 10/12

city.limits ........__.......______ 75.25 More than three employees;;<"___-' 15.25 emproyees .._...Y .........._._._........_......_.... 15.25
... f. r.'rri'." ,....,!,..,..." .." .,.. ...,.,.s.,..
Golf driving range ......_..____......_ 10.25 Dairies and milk distributors: Addressing service (See Public. Stenographer -

Hypnotist _..________,,_ 1,00025 First delivery truck --..-....--..-. I 10.25 ) 4
Each additional truck _._.__.:_... 5.25 .
Parades where circus or show held outside ".
Ambulance service' (Not with licensed Community

city _...... ..._..______'.._ _. 75.25 .Delicatessen (health permit required). _.. ti': 10.25 funeral director ,or undertaker) ,

Pool halls per pool billiard or snooker Directories city:. county or state (a) One ambulance ..,._._.......__:.........__ 20.25 .

table ...__ .. ...._I_...._.".___.._._....;.,. 15.25 Each person firm or.. corporation makingor (b) Each additional ambulance j<_ _.._._.. 15.25 jk '
for sale ._.._.._. _. 50.25
Riding academy .. .. ....... .._ ... ...... ..!. 25.25 offering i. Armored car service each vehicle ____ 20.25 NwsPALLBEARERS :
Filling station ,,
Rink skating or other rinks .......... ......... 75.215. f !. 7.75 1.Au cti n r" except'reaj: estate' 4 ---L' .._.
First pump ?''_M d f *,& :$ !.t > ,
,Shooting gallery per week r-j.: .---f":..25.21S k. Each addltionM: ,Pumps'}_; it,,.....7' ---ft. 8.75 .!WI::. Auction': sales, 'peulaY -7.-'f."""' .J"".. ;"!'J' *. 10.25>J76.J urea,! ,. ,It. "By; ( z.ulfTH4 GIVENS' WALKER. .4 "

Sightseeing tours, each conveyance ?.__...\. ,V; 20.25 (Merchants license onist'.be S8CuredRo\.;. i(Out side licensed auction shop and con r '

Swimming pool _..____._____... 35.25 for merchandise other than petroleum ducted by licensed auctioneer) NO. 290 pastor.. Services'will begin with

(Permits sale of candy and soft drinks) products) .' i : Auction shop __ __.__.___.___? 100.25 Pallbearers 290 will hold Its Sunday School at 10 ajn. Morn-

Tattooing, each practitioner ..__.-...._...... 250.25 Florist _...._... ......... ...-.. ,.-..... 1''.,.... ..;. 10.25 (Licenses one auctioneer)( 8 regular. at meeting Greater October Allen 12 Chapel at Inc Union Beatrice fWlIl be at II.held The at Choir Mac-
Theater ;t .'' Auto painting and upholstering either or ANTE Church. The president cl.IIIat 3 p.m. All members
Garage repair or garageThree" : : both ._............___._.___.:..___._._.._.. 10.25 1* asking all members to are asked .to please cooperate -
Burlesque _.___,._.._____....._._ 1000.25 .: ... : __.... please be and time. with this activity. Evening -
or less employees. ,10.25More 'Auto wash rack ...---....-i-..---..---............ 15,25No' Business of vital Importance.on service, 3.30.:
Drive-In, to 250 vehicle capacity ___ 25.25 ..
than three employees ..Y..., ...... i'15.25 ( garage or filling station) "
For popcorn, candy and similar Items 15.25 CHURCH NEWS VffftfMftfttftfttfffDirectory"f.i'.m1J -

Motion picture seating capacity of 1 Gas \ Barbershop and beauty parlor Mt. Mortal United Methodist

to 500 25.25 Bottled' -................-----......... ....... /'25.25 (aI'First)! chair or booth ___......._.._ 10.25 Church, Rev. L. W. Perkins CKSOnvIIe
plants' J'j '(b), Each additional chair or booth ...._._. 2.25 'pastor. S rvice will begin with
Theatrical troupe: (not In licensed Theater Companies or with mains under .. (Permits retail sale or barber and Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn

) per day .._____.__-_? .._._.... 25.25 streets _..__._.........__.........__..:......,.... .. 100.25 beauty supplies. See Bootblack and ing service and friends at 11.are All Invited members !

(Meaning any group of entertainers or Gasoline and oil dealers wholesale ____ 25.25 Manicurist) to attend.Ebeneser.

singers performing for profit. Not to Include General merchants and dealers whole- Baths turkish ........____.___.___..._ 20.25 Baptist, Church
charitable or benevolent group or sale or retail .. (Not required if'operator is licensed under Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Bibb Auto Sales and Service
local amateur performances) Class Tuesday night with
On one thousand dollars of stock or c t Professional) Rev. Davis, Instructor. Prayer Parruh

General amusement or attraction __........ 5025 fraction thereof _.._____________. 10.25 Bonding companies criminal J or bail __ 50.25 Meeting each Thursday, Motors

Coin-operated MachinesAmusement On each additional thousand dollars '. t. Bonding company agents __...______ 2525 I night the Sunday services School Sunday will' at 9:45.Morning begin 'SALES> ,

of stock or fraction thereof .........._. .. i' 1.75 service at 11. Evening KB VICE
(not vending) w -
per, machine ,. Blacksmith _.._, ....._._...._____ 10.25 service, 6:30. Visitors VOLVO
....__.___..____.____.. 10.25 Miner +taiter dealer or agent........._....... iO.25 welcome. always PARTaArose
'Book bindery __,_.- 25.28
Penny in slot, (except drinking cup) Motorcycles, new or used or both ......_....... 10.25
Bookkeeper (See Professional-Account- Greater Bethlehem : GeM Uaed'Car.
per machine .__._. ._....,.... 1.25 Each additional location where motor- ant) Baptist, Church Rev.Freewill Juper ttt lam M. ... 3SS-5IM

Vending machine, machine _......... 3.25 cycles are sold by above license... 5.25 Williams pastor. Weekly services -
per .. > Bootblack stand each chair .... ... ... ........... 1.25 will begin with Choir AUTO ELECTRIC
Weighing machine .. Newspapers published less than six times ; ,
: sr week ... .._. .__ ... .... .... ,. 25.25 Cabinet maker's and cabinet shop __..__.._ 15.25, No. 3 and Ushers Board No.
Per machine ---....__________ 1.25 per __ .. .:;. -- meeting Monday night. Senior PEAVY Brother

All coin-operated machines In operation Nursery; plants and flowers ._........._....... 10.25. Caterer _I, _,, 1025 Choir meets Tuesday night. Electric Co.
Cleaner and .. L.. __ 15.25 Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ,
dyer ,
without a valid occupational lIcense (See Contractor-Landscaping) '--'- ,.-''--' night. Thursday night th. Ladle .

will be confiscated by the license Pawnbrokers _?.._.._______.__...__.. ('75.25 Cold storage, rental .:.-_._ _. 25.25 Circle will meet. Friday Alternator. Starters
Inspector and held until license (Not required If ''in connection with licensed night Prayer Band will meet. .Generators R.pelot.rsAUTO
Peddlers Senior Choir din
; The will sell ---- TRUCK _
fee plus the penalty as prescribed in enterprise) ners. Friday Saturday the
novelties souvenir and the' ; DIESEL
Balloons ,
section 13-2 freight and storage .. Collection agencyConvalescent 25.25 Deaconesses will.
like per day _?.??,______.__. 10.25. Sunday Is Pastoral Day Sun 4344:) Lena Ay. Jan.
charges are paid. home 1525 School will start the 387-2528
day services
Dry goods notions or other articles .._; at 9:30.: Morning serviceat .-. .a.....
Dance studio _____ 1025
CONTRACTORS .of merchandise .: .____.___..._._ .50.25 U a.m. League at.4 p.m., PIANOS.

.Awnings, blinds and tents ..............___...._ 1025 Operating on established routes with ii, Detective agencya Evening .service 6 p.m. 'YAMAHA PIANOS

Brick atone and cement block __ 10.25 regular customers ____.__ .. ...._.. 50.25 ( ) Two or less detectives 5025 Greater Allen Chapel AME CONN- and KIMBALL
Carpentry and millwork .. ._ '10.25 Fruit, produce and vegetables' per (b) Each additional detective __...._.___. 1025 Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins r ORGANS

Electrical first year __ 100.25 vehicle _______.___.-? 10.25 Dressmaking three or more employees _.._ 15.25, ,

Per year after first.___.____ 25.25 Ice cream-Per vehicle __.-___ 10.25.. "Electric power and light company __._ 100.25 WISH I'DSAID"Education A

Elevator .. 2525 (Health permit required) Employment.agency .__...__________ 3025 THAT

Floor and sanding _'--_ 1525 Sandwiches lunches and similar items, Express companies ,__,..._...____ 2525
per vehicle ..... ..::..... : 10.25
General buildingSubcontractor 15.25
: (Health permit required) Exterminator termite and pest control_ 25.25
or contractor for alterations .', ,
or repairs. 10.25 Street, hawkers and medicine''__.._.;:_ 50025 is that which KIMBALL "SWINGER'

Glass and glazing ._. -- ., 10.25 Wood, coal or.coke -.-...__.J.:_ .._. .., 10.25'!"; .' .' Insurance you get when your father sends ORGANS
Agency _. ....: 25.25 BoeMvett
1 __ ___ _.._ ... you to college But it isn't com- M.q355.519FURNITURE
House moving wrecking and heavy haulIng Photographers; and' camera shops (See r. Agent _... ___.____._,.____._. 525 .plete until you send your son
.- .. -- _. .. 2525 Services--Photographers) there" Fred W. Grown
t Company .._.____..... __.___..____ 25.25 The
Landscaping and land clearing _______ 1025 Printing and publishing .:.'L, ,. 2525 Bergen (N.J.) Citizen.
'. and securities _... _. 1 F.NI1"1AT.II5C8UH
Investments .' 50.25 .
Masonry,and plastering 1025 Restaurants. "Even though the automo- .

Ornamental iron and steel __________ 1025 (Health permit required), .' Interior decorator 1525 bile has replaced the horse the ,. '

Painting 10.25 Seating capacity 25, or less _.. 10.25 (Merchant's license required for Inventoryof the guy. waron-or.who drives anyhow.-Dal.should stay on Complete.HoulOholci
decoration materials .
Paper hanging (when not licensed paintIng Seating capacity 25 to 50 _ 15.25 ) Holdridge. The Langford (S. Film I thing*

contractor) 10.25 Seating capacity 50 or more 2525 Landscape, maintenance ,... -, ,,..,r, ,, .. 10.25 Dak.) Bugle. To 40%
Up Sayings
Paving; curbing and grading 2525 Secondhand dealer 50.25 (See Contractoi -Tree surgeon and tree "No government responsible
Plumbing (Including! heating air eondl- trimmers) Bade: Chair' Co.
Solicitor.', 526 to the people, can destroy the ,
'honing\ refrigeration and gas fitting) Laundry rights of the people"Joeeph 648 CaMetf( 1 Bleed
first year 100.25 PROFESSIONAL K.Shaw Jr..Editor Cherokee
Hand f r.a oJttell.8ft"III.1741
1---f 10.25
Per year after the first __-,___-_ ._ 2525 Aecountanta and auditors 15.25 County Herald Centre. Ala
t Self-eervkft! _..,,._._ 10.25 bama.

Pap 14 Telegraph Oct. 12,.1972 .

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{ EAW TEY Don Denton.

.i.,1.ri CHURCH SCHEDULES will be observed on Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs Bryant
\ '' AND ACTIVITIES Rev. Don Denton will bring visited their brother-in-law

J Grace) United Methodist:Sunday the message. Friends of the By eiUebeth Terry sister Mr. and Mrs. J.

School: 9:4.5. jn. Worthlp church are Invited. Dinner will Wilson of Macclemy. on \
tI" rvlci, 11 ..m. and 8 be served at noon
pun. Mrs. John Norman and Mr.
;'. MYF 7 p.m. Monday; Choir The Methodist Men's Fellowship happy that he was able to return Mr. and Mrs Clifford Martin and Mrs. Frederick Prescott day.Jerry Teston and
'. Practice 7:30 pjn.Homecoming held a successful: auction home Sunday from Baptist S and family. Mr. and Mrs.Ralph of Highland and Mr. and Mrs. Priest are spending. a
(''!; at the church last Saturday. The men raised Memorial Ho.gtalinJackeon- Martin and family and Miss Claude dinner with his brother-In-law and sis
vOle after several days there Dorothy Swanbom all cf Starke, Rowe were John MOrri.of
,-< 9122 which will be used to of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ter Mr. and Mrs.
e- heart attack. and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen guests l'arslppany N. J.
prepare the annual smoked turkey following a Norman and the Carl Normans .
dinner to be held one week Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
ms Cautions
prior to Thanksgiving and son of Live Oak and Mrs. Walter Martin tor a funny on Sunday. and family and Daryl ( )
Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Andrews dinner Sunday honoring Mr. Colle Goodrich and his son- attended the Starke-Live
uy.7.7.Landlords On Grace United Methodist in-law and daughter Mr. and
Church participated In Lay and family of WUdwood were and Mrs. Mark Newell. who are football game In Live Oak Friday
John who
Mrs. Whanley were
of their parents Mr. home on furlough at this time. Starke
Rent Increases man's Sunday during the service guests night. won -
: vacationing in the mountains
I'' last Sunday morning. Dean and Mrs. Fred Moore, on Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan their uncle Mr. and Mrs. Robert
stopped by to see
:, Traylor led the service and Sunday. They had lunch at the and son of Jacksonville were and John were guests of
J. F.
and Mr. and Mrs.
Internal Revenue Service Investigators the J. F. Ro- aunt n:1
John Tye brought the message Holiday Inn. dinner guests sister Mrs. Battle Tresca, :
: are checking rents Robert Lee and Hermle Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marsh bertsons and Mrs. Edith Swin- Robertson and other relatives.Nor- Spring Lake near
Mr. and Mrs. Truman
In Florida In a national "Rent were ushers and the rest of Mrs. C. R. Copeland and Mrs ney on Tuesday, and Norman were Heights on Monday. Their
Watch" to prevent landlord Horace Cox of Santa man Bobby
the men were a part of the Jeanette Mosley Jacksonville Mrs. ther-in-law and sister Mr.
;'' from boosting rents to take advantage men's choir. spent Saturday afternoon with Fe Lake spent Tuesday with dinner guests of their son and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of (

of tenants' Increased The Methodist Youth Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robert- her mother, Mrs. P. L. Dine daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ver, Colo were there.
Social Security paymenta. After lunch they visited Reggie Norman on Wednesday.The :
; held a successful car wash son Mrs. Edith Swlnney and klns. occasion was the 75th
.i:' "This month 28 million Social at Pr'estfs!! Service Station last Mrs. S. L. Swindell. her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lois occasion was Reggie' anniversary of their father
Security; recipients will receive Saturday afternoon. The youth Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette Dlntdns Dollnlg in the Starke birthday anniversary. L. Peterson of Arlington.
a 20 percent Increase In are raising funds for a tripto and family visited their bro- Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. alien Sapp of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
0 their payments." A.J. O'Don- Disney World. thers-in-law and sisters Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Jacksonville visited their mother visited their sister,
nell, Jr., District Director and Mrs Bobby Joiner, and visited Mrs. Daisy Boch In Mrs. A. C. Pearce, on George Summerlin and
said. "We are urging landlords Highland Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs.' Raymond Williams St. Vincent's Hospital on Thurs Saturday.Mr. of Lake City Sunday.
..; not to raise rents unless they Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Worship of Jacksonville on Sat- day. and Mrs. J. C. Beachof the afternoon all of them
are certain such Increases are Services II ajn. and 7:30 urday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Jacksonville visited their ed Mr. Summerlin at the
u' legal." "In many cases landlords P.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mar- and son of Jacksonville Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. erans Hospital. 1

have already raised rents at 7:30, followed by Choir tin and family and Mr. and and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and Robertson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
this year and must wait until Practice. Mrs. Kenneth Prater and family children of Klngsley Lake Mr. George Fagan Deland spent attended their uncle, E. L.
.': 12 months have elapsed since of Jacksonville, Mr. and and Mrs. Harry Padgett and last week with his brotherinlaw dee's family reunion at
; that increase before raising PERSONALS Mrs. Don Martin and family family of Maxville, Mr. and and slater Rev. and Mrs. er on Sunday.
O'Donnell said. _____
rents again, Correction:

Landlords must' not raise Rev. and Mrs.Storey of Marietta r /e a
rents beyond a maximum 2.5 Ga.,. visited their par /rots Yre r0O'
percent above a computed"base ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bar-
rent" a year Increase plus pro- field on Wednesday. + eoi
-.: rated pass through*of Increased Jerry Padgett St., of Lake '

'4:. taxes, municipal fees, services Wales, was a guest of his bro- .t FRE.E
and capital Improvements. Tenants -
ther-in-law sister Mr.and -
.-< also should receive a detailed Mrs Harry Wllkerson Tues- It It
Buy Today-lay
: 30-day notice. day to Friday
'-' The Cost of Living Council Mrs Joyce Futch of Brunswick cstetnn 8-PC. CRYSTAL CUT

._, has given the IRS new administrative Ga., called on her ,later "iP ii BEVERAGE SETladies'
sanction powers to protect ..
Miss Elizabeth Terry and
tenants from Illegal rent on her son and family. Mr. and .-..' ... ....N- .
Now the DtS can order (
Increases. Mrs. Benton Futch on Satur t'O"-. "
;: landlords violating regulations \I"// ': b:':' '
day. She was a dinner guest (i'fl'r '. .
.1 "
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to restore overpaymentsto of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith I. .. &.:..:..
tenants, roll back rents to while here. 11 ? 100% Acrylic "\I'.I.! ; l'' .. / ...... _
legal limits and Impose penalties ,'. .-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steln- Tweed PulloverMen's .1. '
of double theoverchangedrent. houser of Jacksonville spent / ") -f fJ Arln Y,' II.'.
;;; r '
The Revenue the Justice Service will refer cousins Wednesday Mr.afternoon and Mrs.with O.their J. Polyester Short scoop sleeves neck & 1 with pocket.same \. 1 tl't I ''L1 I V Jr with'Mtri, Any LAYAWAY$13.00r !

to Department Anders.
Full Fashioned. Assort* NO CHADCI1AVAVAV
di".:. for prosecution cases of flagrant Friends of Mr. and Mrs. B. s s a CEP y ,',Doable Knit 1" ed tweed color SML. Scott \.., '0"
willful violation of /
and L. Wilklson Jr., former residents ayo
rent rules, the District DI- of Lawtey and now of fI JA 57p.tOP" Pants Paper
. rector said He urged tenants Jacksonville, sympathize with 11. '
[ Cr to report rent increases that them In the loss of their home i.s Ow Towels '

I,.. they consider illegal by fire. Handsomely t, S IIII
r" 1 .G, ;
Miss Elizabeth Terry was tailored in Strong,

.... Peat Peddlers' a Thursday overnight guest of III rive fabric. r1r9e S Sipper obsorbent a,
her sister Mrs. C. E. Strick- I A wide selection ,

Said To Be land In Gainesville. III of! ladies' els, w, "-
Mr. and Mrs. Randall; Bk ad- ''l solid colors, 100% Polyester SiP x9/"

Bilking Public ley of Jacksonville spent the I I checks andfancies. 1 V .whiteortaand '
weekend with their mother l Slacks '(

Mrs. R. L. Bradley. I 29 to 42. Flare leg styling witlicomfortoble colors. o* r'h
According to Mr. Joe Shaw Mrs. Sophia Starling and son, I elastic Lunt I. '
pull-on ''
President of the Florida Nurserymen Herbert of Ocala spent Fri- waist Popular solid co'ors / Neeellae and Growers Association day afternoon with her bro- O ur 'lIli
I Dluew.nr I8.)
Sues 8
the ever present Itinerant ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and i1 Ili ,85 SAVI 1.00 Scales::
peat peddler is currently. lk-a Mrs. Jim Rosier and the II. h". ;qh SAVI,36: Now '
hog the unsuspecting public of H. Brlces.Mr. h Illil SAVI3.0T coinpoct rtr SAVE f.99

thousands of dollars each week.. and Mrs. Lane Carter ,r'and IJ I J 4 i 0., shopo I
Those most vulnerable the Nancy, of Miami and Mr. 0i,., m Weighs' up lo'756'lbs.
new Florida home owners that and Mrs. Earl Denmark and II e rO e' Ow Diwnw..roe.. Assorted colorsMen's ,
,,are confronted at their doors family of Atlanta, Ga., spent 'll ll .,, 96 re..a7i. _
weekend with their mother 0. Dwrouw P"..
by the unlicensed peddler who the I
urges the resident tp':$!low him Mrs. Lois Carter and other f
to spread "Just a'feW t bushels relatives. Men's Dress Shoes '
of peat" over the lawn thus assuring Burney Dobbs of Jacksonville I I I Eagle

an almost fantastical visited his parents. Mr. and Banlon Latest Fashions,
growth rate of everything on Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday. Men's Knit .Str.pandbuek''l. n
which the black'peat falls. The Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal are Socks
unsuspecting 'and' unknowing home on leave until the 20th I

k homeowner isn't alarmed by the of this month at which time '
small charge of one dollar to he will be stationed In Turkey.
one dollar and a half( a bushel Mrs. Dyal will remain with n

.mow'as. ... explained by tier..glib peddler his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo
., however thirty; minutes Dyal, until he returns.We .
later when the homeowner Is
with bill for $200.00 .- are happy to report thatH. .
presented a
r Men Cotton y Ow
Barfield returned from 3n.45r. s
L. e
he Is thunder-struck.: ; Hospital on Sun- : PI.DIN..'EiI. Proetor Sllos SAVI ].OS SAVE 1.03
nice- SAVI 1.05 'N Pajamas .I 1 Year
He Is recuperating .
day. .iir elM'
Needless to the peddler
say Ass't printsA.B.C.D. iI.1 o.a.e. ,
ly and will be glad to have OwOr.Uwrne.W. rne..
when told the price is exorbitant rs, ....M4
makes all kinds of threats ltorl.Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weln- tl SAVI Stye Wind'Dp
.. but if the homeowner holds his ,
steln of Miami, Mrs. Sadie 0g... -
ground, and says that he will Alarm Clocks
and Mike of ID,
Simmons Men's ;
call the local office of the
Chamber of Commerce the Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. r 30 hour clocks in as ; ,
Better Business Bureau, or the Wm. Mobley of WImauma, Mrs. F' 100% Nylon sorted styles & colors ,' ,. : .! ,
Nanette Hughes Linda and Ken 90 Day guarantee. r
police to act as arbitrator the Shirts
peddler usually leaves immedi ny Hughes of Green Cove '' Flare legs. v SAVI 1.05 % .....+ :. 3+.i.ir 3 PC.
Mrs. Carolyn '
ately., If he doesn't,' the homeowner Springs, Sunday with Mr. q Short No-Iron fabric. .I .' r t+' sr+L AluminumPan
should a make the calls Holmes spent 1 sleeves Sues 8 to 14. '+vi.i.-- ---.a:
and Mrs. John Kuhne. .-t 1 iiI Popular 1'
recommended. .... ,.. Set
as C. A. Northof 0.
and Mrs.
Eu; Mr.Jacksonville and Mr. and solids 14'- Dr, Ow DIN. m Ie.A Utility Sponges

v President ''Shaw 'also urges Mrs S. L. Swindell and children 8'' %S' %I'

anyone seeing the peat, peddlersin were dinner guests of s- T_ Metal f Folding Table Useful/ for home or auto Rolled edijos
their neighborhood to reportIt their grandparents Mr. and I / 1 i _, _= .Eosygnphandlos!

to a member of the Florida Mrs. J. F. Robertson and their \ e" Ii" % e0'' SAVI 17. Heavy gauge aluminum

Nurserymen and Growers As- mother, Mrs. Edith Swlnney S.n 1 Carrying handle
sociation. Thursday. / Folds for easy storage.
on Friends of Lei McClellaiiare I I I I t a." 0. D....... 6c.
l r.S ..

l Girls'I 100% .

: Stretch Nylon Skirt & .Girls'S.! 9 VoltBattery --

Dresses ,
Bondod ocrylie,

.....u .New with back lay.nd: teal Assorted nnts and colorful styles % '1''"', ''i '1' Mea's Z Women's Travelettes I rcPyQInstorures', seal' Bansect

T Tho !Ie ';.Sites 7 to Ipper'r' Sites a 10 1 11 i:1 ':" with 1 freshness P .. I
..p ; : Heavy gouge vinyl nan*slip ,
,,. Heavy duty
0.. Di...uwsr ase 1 I t O.r D.N.r r hanv.,.. Holds several 1 arm.nts. _
/ t.96 u for radios
Off!the EighthJudicial re... Ja r. i::'i: .A/I/ -in-onehav.lmgcomp.nionfar, walkie Banseetg
SAVI 1.00 SAVE I00 ,::the an 'long & short trips. SAY 177. Ir' talkies, .K.Ms flttas
for 3 months. Dog Collar
Circuit : 'il etc
Aids in tick
Dwo.r n.. SAVI 40% control SAVE ]Sy
'A ...2.f Fits all dogs

0. D....unr rose O w Dr.uuw rne.
Thank You For The Support You Men's leather Wellington Boots -

'_ Gave Ma In My'Candidacy For Leather sc'es. Leather lined. SAVI 3.00 Usteriie )1 NACIN I -

Circuit Judge. Block Sues 7 to 17, Antiseptic IIIIMMIIlr11 ,- Eagle
W1rRINr .
Our Ol.c.wn* t i.* s j
W..J1.94 YT.- 14 0:. Aaacie Tablets Eagle i i30W40 Antifreeze'

,..".. ; .. Men's Suede 2-Tone Boots & Oxfords ew loo's '1'j
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., I Have'Personally Congratulated .,., Brown & ton suede SAVI 137! .P 0. DOM'rmJ c:::> :S::' Motor Oil AGCq. .Anh-bad' "
Molded w. -.- i
Judge Yawn And Wished Him upper Anti-leak
comfort sole. 7 to 1 17. t I I Nondetergent.Selected ANTI-iREEIE
As Our Circuit '1 ... r GiIIlttaJ rs I Jehs' pure Protectsyear y
Every.Success. ,... l...Jk96 Ptl. S virgin, crudes. SUMHIR...,...,..._CML4HTWomen's .,r
sure Sure
touch lady Baby 'h+t rr One ')uOI. around

11r .rr Judge.,, Softie Sport Loafers tOld Baud ,::;... 1 Gallon
.r Shampoo SAVI 24%
SAVI 13%

4 Tricot lined. Comfort lost. SAVI 29% lazar a
Ornaiient en va-np. Latest o.? r Or. .
style. Brown or black, 3 to 10. DI_ '" 0. DI...... his O.r Dn.ewrAn
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11 S.mdSunday School, 0:45| 1404 E. Bessent Road RaIford Road & Weldon St. BROOKER
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom- Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornirE
4 Ii Mr. & Mrs. M.A., Baldwin Sr. Morning Worship at II;Junior Youth Family, .Home Evenlng-Mon-\ lag Worship at H ..m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday Services School 11 10 ajn.a.m.and Worship 7 Worship at 11. Tralntnj

Choir Rehearsal, 4:30: t day. night; Service at 6:30. Worship 11. Sunday, Evening Union 6 Union, ,6:30 p.m., Evenlni
and Senior High UMYF, 6 p. Prlmary- Tuesday, 4:30: p.m. Wednesday night prayer 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7(30 p.m. Training p.m. Worship, ,730.., Prayer Meti
Joint funeral services for Mr. N. J. and was a member of m. Wednesday- Relief Society, meeting at 7:30.: -Charles Thomas, pastor' -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor 7:30 pjn. Wednesday

and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Sr. the First United Methodist Wednesday-.Family Night co 7:30.: Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pa.tor .- -Rev. S.C. Cuthbert,interln
will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday Church of Starke. She :and her vered dish supper In Fellow- Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: p.m. pastor,.;
in Jones Memorial Chapel husband operated a small store ship Hall with musical prog- Sunday- Priesthood 8:30: a.m. MORGAN ROAD BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH t
with Rev. George A. Harper, north of Starke on U. S, 301! ram presented by the Youth Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Evening STARKE CHURCHOF BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER, FLA.
pastor of the First Mothodlst until 111 health caused their Choir Everyone Invited Meeting: 6 p.m.Sacrement. CHRIST Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCfl i

Church, officiating Interment retirement.Mr. 7 p.m. Chancel Choir Rehearsal Jesse D. Branson, Branch Bible 10 Worship Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol, Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mora-
will follow In Crosby Lake Cem and Mrs. Baldwin are 8 p.m.' President Services School 11 a.m. and Worship at 11. Training Superintendent. Training Union, Ing Worship 11 am.; Evwdnj

etery. survived by one daughter, Mrs. -.Rev. George L. Harper, 6 Midweek, Service a.m. Wednesday Union, 6:30; Evening Service, 6:45: Lowell Douglas, DI- Worship 7 p.m. Wednesdaj
Mr. Baldwin, 73, died Monday Hope Elsaesser of Warren Pastor p.m. 7 7:30.: rector. Worship Services 11 a. Prayer.Meeting and Bible Study
Ladles Bible
In a--Stark hospital after Township N. J4| three sons, ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC p.m. Wednesday-- Prayer. and m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service 7p.m. Young Peoples Meeting -
Class 11 Church
an extended Illness.He was born M. A. (Mac) Baldwin, Jr., of STAKKE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, STARKE located, Thursday a.m. Bible Study 7:30 pun. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music every Monday 7 p.m.
I j on November 21. 1898 In Summit Starke; Douglas L. Baldwin. CHURCH Father James Cregan.pastor 16. one block west on SR --Rev.' Bob Cooper, pastor director G.F. Prevail, faster. Every
N. J. and moved to Starke Inverness; and J Kenneth J. Baldwin Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.:Sunday -J.P.H. Bell one welcome.
about 12 years ago followinghis ,.., ; Camp Hill, Pa.; nine grandchildren SundaySunday School 9:45 Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, pigldtevP11aEHILL ----

retirement as a mechanic. I;i and two great-grand- a.m.; Morning Worship at IIi: 7p.m.
He was a member of the First' '" 'Children. Mi. Baldwin is survived sermon: "Now.. Then.. Falth. Confessions Saturday 6 \:UyN SGA'l'IONAC .
United Methodist Church, and by two brothers, Leroy Reception for Pastor and Mrs. pan. )) .
Worth and Raloh School of Relgtont Sunday School The best time to read
the Masonic Lodge. Baldwin, Lake ; Brock, 3:30: pjn.j; Church a.mYouth .
Mrs. Mary Baldwin, 78, died Baldwin, Madison N. J,: and Training, 6:15: Evening Worship Grade School Sunday 11 Inc Worship 11 Ser-
early Wednesday morning in one sister, Mrs. Raymond' John- 7:30; sermon: "A Great a.m. to 12 noon. vice 6. pjn. Evening Worship,
Bradford County Hospital aftera son, Lake Worth. Church." High; School -- Sunday, 7 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Griffls our free economy bookletsis

sudden Illness. She was bornon ,Masonic rites were conferred'at Monday- New River Baptist p.m. pastor.IItLBRONN.

Julv 15. 1894 at Chatham, the graveside. Association annual meeting,
between 4 and 8
Keystone Heights, 3:30: 8:30 CHURCH OF CHRIST BAPTIST tonight

James Gnann Services Held p.m. Youth Choir Practice, ATMELROSESchedule CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. ""
7p.m. of Services: Sunday School 9:45: ajn.

Services Held For Mrs. PadgettAt TuesdayNew River Baptist: Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Morning olp 11. Training ,.'."
Association annuall meeting Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser- ..
At Hope ChurchJames Long BranchMrs. First Baptist Brooker, 3:30- Worship 7 p.m. vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer ,

8:30: p.m.Young Musicians, Music All other evenlng-8\ : p.m. Service.,7:30 :': '!'(
Makers Choir, 3:30: p-m.; -Rev. L. Tommy Howe ,
Gnann, 61, of Ther- Minnie Padgett 49, of G.A., 4:15: p.m. tor. pas- '..
essa died Thursday. Oct. 5, Starke, died Saturday In a Lake WednesdayFamily Night ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
In a Gainesville hospital afteran City hospital after a brief ill- Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- CHURCH, STARKE er / .

extended Illness. /He was ness. She was born In Floridaon ing, R.A. Meeting, 6:30 p.m.; HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .
born In Bradford County on Sept. 5, 1923, and was a Teachers and Officers Meet- Holy Eucharist 8:30: a.m. (Highway 100 at Theressa .."'

Jan. 27, 1911, the son of the member of the Church of Cod.S'S Ing, 7:15: p.m.; Church Choir Sundays, and 11 ajn. on 1st and Sunday School 10 q.m. h,"
late Eugene and Minnie Thomas J' Surviving are her parents, Practice, 8 p.rru 3rd Sundays. Morning' Worship 11 ajn. .,, I ,' -Jf,
Gnann. 11". and '''Alice Mosley, and -James T. Brock, pastor. Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m., Evening Union 6:30 '"
Mr. Gnann was employed for one daughter, Mrs. Betty Jean 2nd .4th and 5th Sundays. Worship 7:15: p.m. t''"
many years by the Sheriff's Department -. ""II** Padgett, all of Maxville; four GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Church School -- 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services r ;'
of Bradford County. .tHe sons, Loran Padgett, Lake City; HIGHWAY S-1QOA. Sundays. EYC, 6 p.m. Sun 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 1'; : .
was a member of the Starke John and Charles Padgett, both Packham, pastor. : ,
School 10 Morning
Sunday a.m. days.John .
Masonic Lodge, a 32 degree of Middleburg; and Larry Pad- Worship 11 Training Union M. Flynn, Rector. ; '. '
Scottish Rite anda brothers, Clarence ; BAYLESS HIGHWAY : ;
Mason of the gett Starkefour;, BAPTIST :'I 1I'H '
member of the National Sheriffs Mosley. Jacksonville; 7: Evening WorshIp 8. Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m.' Worship .; ,.,' ,,<(I
and l Hope Baptist Edward Mosley Middleburg Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: Service 11 \k i tr' : j. '
Association, ; Leon T. Odom Jr. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH a.m. Church ; ? /
Rev. .
,pas M *! i
Church. Rubin and Alden Mosley both tor. Sunday Service Sunday School Training. 6:30: p.m. Evening v r, ': ', wW :.
Surviving is his wife, Mrs. of Maxvllle; two sisters Mrs. 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: I f'w', If'. '/i.:
Bell Gnann, of Theressa; two Mattie Bell Austin, and Mrs. 10:45 Meeting ., l ;
a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 ,1 I
daughters, Mrs. Mary Redding Shirley Padgett, both of Max- ,NORTHSIDE BAPTIST p.nu Youth Group Meeting Sun- 7:30 p.m. :, ,. ... ',, .. \ I' '". ,"i ".,.". '
and Mrs. Florrie Davis, both vllle; and six grandchildren. CHURCH day 6:30: p.m. Rev. J.D. Robinson r' '
of Starke; two sons, James A Funeral services were held Intersection of Highways 16 -IC. Brown, minister 'j : "J.I.lflolkt: .'"" '1" ':' .
Cram Jr., Middleburg. and at 2 p.m. Monday in the Long (North) and 225 Rev. Wayne .r (,. )(..I"J .'..' '
Richard P. Cram, Starke; two Branch Baptist Church with Wells, pastor. LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL 1 ,iuylp""t" a i: 1 k'ftr'1
brothers, Roy Gnann, Middle- Rev. David Hodges conducting. Sunday School, 9:45; Morning CHURCH OF GOD HOLINESS CHURCH P % ,; Ii'tJ Ii\\ .', '
burg; and Theodore Gnann, Interment was in the church Service at II. Evening Service, LAWTEY, FLA. I. :. ." \\.r",, "'4,4:. Jkllalh
Sunday 9:45 a.m. ,
Gainesville; two sisters, Mrs. cemetery under direction ofDeWitt 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30 Schedule of services: Sunday Worship 11 Youth; ", I
Geneva Ward and Mrs. Evelyn: C. Jones Funeral Home. p.m. School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Morning a.m. \ II, .;
Service 6 Evening Worship : .
ship at 11. Evangelistic Service "
Coleman, both of Gainesville; I "IV, '
7I,191nh 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer. 7 P.RI.Tuesday ,, ,. ,
and four grandchildren. "
Funeral services were held : / .... JORDAN MISSIONARY Meeting: each Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30 ? ../-1', ''t. ; (d-( ," .
at 3 pjn. Saturday in Hope I' : BAPTIST MISSION p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Right", pas-, pjn.-Rev. W.B. Chauncey n.,1114' \ $ ...t'eN
Baptist Church, Theressa. with tor. "t'b+ k,\ 4.
U.S. 301 North behind Tutee -., '
Merle Packham' and Rev ._ : \ ', r 1it'J CL' ,', .1"" J .., '..... *, r.'tf..l.r' .,.:,
Rev. ) ...... tis i Free Drive U. Sunday GREATER BETHLEHEM : )tti : ", 9.It'J\! \.' r :!:
Thomas Barnhard!'conducting., .. 4::: ,;;, $ School, 10 ,ajn. Worship Ser-,'". o "tjfeW RIVER BAPTIST: FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH _,'t'fH': 1r'1fIWt. .....wcr': I y. "' I' ""I/ ,"!fvmt'( 'f''jd' <, '
Interment was in rection the ;church>Yob'tDeWltt .' -'\ iQ'Jt. '. vice U amp and 7 p.m. Prayer Sunday'School 10 ....,MornIng -. Cor., Ash & Chestnut, Sunday 1K n"1< II t '> ''i'
under '
cemetery Service 7:30: Wedne.- School 9:30
pjn. 11 Morning
C. Jones Funeral Home 'DIBibll- Worship ajn. Training ; Worship, ,."-
Union 7 Evening Worship, 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser
t;. Now therefore our find we eLeroy.Olive, pastor E.L. S p.m Wednesday Night vice, 6 pjn.Rev.. Jasper Wil That's when everyone uses a lot of electricity .. ,.' ,. '
a8ib14, thank the*.-(I Chron. 29.13). Grlffls, associate pastor. 7:30 pjn., Everyone wel-service flame, pastor. at the same time. It's also when you can help lessen ISMS-3*

He who blemteth. himself. Inn I If we can gather the courlOwto com the chances of a power shortage (and save your- _.. swrsasatu ",

the earth shall bless himself''. nay "Thank You God CHURCH OF GOD Jim Countryman, pastor LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST self some money too) by using less electricity. And ........ III 1 cK ; :.
In the Cod: of truth. for everything!" when we t'X.IltH.it'm.t'li 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. CHURCH it's a great time to sit back relax, and read our two IiiIIJIII8'I'." Al'PUANCIS. ,..,
-(A H. 65:16): ). trial tribulationand Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- free booklets., ''a ,4 '
or BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- economy g rts."!.
When wo bless our own mean It-then we ahull'Jnanv Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng ingWorship\ Worship 11 a.m. Evening Both are jam-packed with cost-saving ways to = J,-. 'V'.fcrv* '!"(.

liven wv take a (treat stride, Inken the fir I ,,' step Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7:30: pjn. Wednesday economize on your electric air conditioner and other ;: ;t C.J1' "

toward bettcrinir ')' condition !. toward overcoming the di0i.culty. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Worship 7:30: pjn. Prayer Everyone welcome.Rev. major electric appliances. -t.,.', 'Iy .,.. ,
that involves since'i 114 i Meeting, Friday( 7:30 p.m. Meeting 7:30: Wednesday. Robert Ralston pastorST. '
UN J Kvcry: challenire nn --Rev, M.E. Fussell, pastor. p.m. Pick up your free copies at any FPL office Or at
blessing. I.I nn efTettite way of'' opportunity! to ]prove our faithin -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor your appliance dealer.

moki nut our I lives i happier| i I thanwo -'' God and Hlti goodness MARY'S CATHOLIC
drt'iiim-d possible. CHURCH MACCLENNY ,
over_ _ _.w..-: '- ........ -----........ SETS HOMECOMINGParan HAMPTON CHRISTIAN'' Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Please use less electricity between 4 and 8 tonight. RL
CHURCH Day Mass 5:30 ..
p.m. '-" .
ONLY THE VERY RICH Baptist Church near Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning : f 'I'
Crandin will hold Its 116th Anniversary Worship! 11 ajn. Evening

CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIR Sunday, Oct.and 8 Homecoming, starting with on W r hlp 7.-James,Shaw pastor. ,.

Sunday School at 10 a.m., and LAURA
CONDITIONINGQUAUTY Morning Worship at 11. Rev. R
School d'
a.m.Morning .
W. M. Carmichael will U the
Worship! 11 ajn. Evening
., 'TY" WORKDOES speaker. Worship 7:30 njn. Midweek
There will be special music,
: Study, Wednesday 7:30
COST IT PAYS and dinner will be served on : p.

the grounds following the morn m.Be .ta church Sunday.

IIOWN .iI.lMiIE..llON ing provided.service. A nursery will be Lester Austin pa.tor.CONGREGATIONAL .


1226 Walnut St. ST Jt964.7731: Sunday School 9:4S: 'ajn. :_ _
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Morning Worship 11 a.m. ,Jte.. t
Worship., 11' Church Training, Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. II II4t
6:15; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Thursday night Prayer Meet- M1

Evening Service, 7:30. lager pjn.
t Monday- Youth Choir,7p.m. Hodges, Pastor
Tuesday: Prayer Croup 9:30: + yeI a
3rd AmiiialMission ajn., Bible Study,10 a.m.:GirlsIn
Action, Acteens, 3:3if: p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY
Wednesday Family Night; BAPTIST CHURCH
ConferenceOct. Supper, 6:30 p.m.; Prayer 633 W. Pratt St, Sunday Services

Meeting, Mission Friends, 7:30: : Sunday School 10 ....
p.m.; Adult Choir Practice, Preaching, II ajn.Training Union -
18-22 8:30 p.m. 8(45 pin Evening Worship I .
ThursdayBible Study, 10 7 pun. Everyone welcome
Wither Dyes. Pastor .
7:30 .
ajn., : pan.Denton The manger phiuiuJ jKite. I IK Mr. R....:.."('ran,*.of Jim Nuher Hllmo: nocciMiius' it)"U .aunt nt, just ihu" haste hell home. ,iiimplciely. finished ,
Minion Displays Of Different CouMrU Of The World Sumrall, Pastor PINF. IJPVFL BAPTIST: in Fu.nctionlli. ;. Nonh Carolina I'nleiinu live in this imnwJiuu mvu. ouisidc.. unfinished inside and ihen finish the rest )ouI"Jusl Imagine "
Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning chuni i art' >..u'll never meet RX.VIK.: Bui. if >ou ....n pmpen) unit haw. much money this would cut from your. finished"" cO..lf' you did
i Thirteen MUtlonary Femilll." Representing 9 Worship 11 a.m. rte' Mrverces -' woulj like i.. build! on 11. there !i. a. mun just like, him that >ou slv l >alif J1.f! the inside. But li's i mt ncicssur" ) for* )ou to do. this much Do
Booster Band Young meet ,.u nun that .L!un.."explain t 0 you wits >ou can build now, despiteriMnf I" much as >oi) want to. O o .a link or a I"". Its up Ifl you. We'II
Countries ef The World. CEMETERY WORKING People and Prayer. Service! co'I'i for lew money and Mill have ill ,the home >OU',c il..1)M"P ill almost,.imv. .:, stage of Inside completion. that )ou tell us l a., The
AT BEULAH CHURCH wanted...Thi. man. the man wa want you in meet. I Ik out 'lrxul Jim point h. whatever )ou can d. will tarnu mi"n'I
I Evening Worship! 7 :
pan. pjn. Waller Hume ...nlall". And then after ou'.lked. 'II find
:. k Slide Will Be Shown ef the Different Countries. Midweek Service. WednesdayTiW repre > you But. doing I vime of the work yourself i isn't the only I wayyou'll .uve
There will be a working of out how tasiiy" )ou can aa.e hundred, even I Ihnuitandv of dollars, on .
Rev.John Strickland when Jim Walter build for A will.,
?fr'$ Beulab Church Old Cemetery pjn. our new ""m.. money you. comparison prove the
the > '
tech .Pastor covlof_ our homes Ik.Inn!; for whatever you buy,
Specie! Missionary Music Morning and Evening. on Saturday, Oct. 21. Turkey -
Did know
vou that a food portion of the Inside of an) home CM be
Trot Road In the Camp OVfft 20 fI' HOM'S
( FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. finished" bv} amateur*. ,people who,are not expert but arc Just handy .
.,. ; Madam Nursery with Trained. 4 Work.. Open For Blinding reservation will be Sunday School 9:45 ajn. wah", tool" p> How man times base you painted ceiling..the w. allt.<.did __ --'- :r,''l'' MORTGAGE.
that _
from ajn. on jCL.'ii
open .. .
''Wto*lEach Horning Worship 11 ass Youth the .ho'O(1m' ? Can >ou use hammer and nailt. .a iquare. rule ...
Servlc l 41.01 persons Interested Fellowship! e Choir and ass? When Jim Waller builds for >ou. >ou can Stan with the ban 10 qualified! prop.rty own.rtfill
In the Cemetery are requested. p.m. PraeWednesdays -
wit >A.toufoa MI/..n4...." M .ifII mt
Refreshment. Served After. Each Service. to come andhelp clean Itup. tI4ft pjn. flat tr rm ntmml. Jim tv/wr Hum*.",.. .'
SERVICES rue' HAMPTON BAPTIST We offer a complete I t line ef f SECOND HONE COTTAGES" ._....'1-.."--"..-._.-.%,,,."-_ep'My"JIM

TIME OF .Bible
Fear not for 1 am with you. : r----------::::: ,
Sunday School a.a'.1......' w WALTia HOM1I
10 A.M. Each_ Mofnlnj" Except Sat. -(I**. Wi) lire Service U ajn.r Bible; Shay .1..1. I.M nL/J 1 I 1 l ';$::... .,... I

7 P.M. Each Fear i I. simply a name forthe 6:30: p.m.; Evening <$e nrlo>7:>0 l I as, ./ I
Evening cIIII.lallerl7V'r .I.'Y. fnmmm. I &
uneasiness that comes over p.m. ..d.rw.e our. wwM k* 1
Wednesday, Prayer aDd I I II
God I
Music Under Dlrictlop' Of' Dean Cassels u. when we forget that .aa.oaM tidy -e
Bible Study 7JO: _-w.th_ ;;;;:
pjn.Melvln !
I I. there.To overcome fear doe Hamel. Pastor' I 11.0 k.. .. h.r.. .. I
not require any struggle or resistance
Pine Level iaptlst Church on our part but a calm JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670 I NAM...s I

and quiet remembering that CAL\'AU JU.VnaT, CIItJRCH P. O. Box 1695 3001 s..th.. Pine Street
'are not alone that theFather fIItbool: 11 a.M.'J lionInIr 6227 Phillip Hw,. P. O. BOB 954 I err-" tri. I
3 Mile West On Hwy 100 Starke '10.I we Worship 11. ''''''''-1--i ''1.
I is with us.,,.//To.think Union., S. Me. 1 South PK <22. '
:w., Evening' ,Worship Pin 3118 I e......-piss .....-- I
MOu '
about the presence'of Cod: to 733-1250:

I John Strickland Pastor let go and relax in His everlasting Rev.Jim Black Pastor I L---"t"! .n.ni;: I

> arms I I. to let go f ar. -:- r _;;;.J

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By Linda WhartlOa
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Keystone tes .or J>11one 473.4648 473-907: .:

CADET GIRL SCOUTS es from Keystone, Mrs. Bea Thelma Wallace chairman re- Passed By Council

The Cadet Scout held their Cooper Mrs. Frank Melrlck: queata that all rummage be -7j_
drat organisational meeting Mrs. Wegner and Mrs. Lena brought to the Masonic Hall W
Tuesday, Oct. 3 at St. Anne's Clemens picked the following on Friday Oct. 13, anytime -
Parrlsh Hail They will meet winners to display their arrangements In the afternoon until 5 p.m. Over the protest of strong ly. The new tax will have) nocelling. Following the recommendation Mayor Starnes proclaimed an

every Tuesday from 7 till 8:30: : First Laura Plc- Bring aa much rummage aa delegation from the business of the City Zoning Board, election on December S for
p.m. All girl between the ages kren. Second Pattt OMJrlam possible and let'a make this community; the Keystone Among those protesting the a request for resetting water, the namlrt! : of two councilman
of 12 and 14 are eligible .to Third Cheryl Perry. a very profitable aale. Heights City; Council Tuesday tax were N. W. Hardenbergh. front property; on Brooklyn Lake for two year terms, and one
The arrangements were''' night approved the proposed president of the Keystone State for tie obstruction and operation for the unexptred term
Join.For 'more Information con planned around "Ring Master" CHURCH BAZAARThe new five per cent "across theboard" Bank; Al Watson, and Bill of a nursery and kindergarten of former councilman Huntley
tact Gin ny Brunson, 473-1067 as the theme of the District Community; Church Ba- utility; tax by a vote Scales, owners of two large waJ deiuod. The request Radfearn. Jr. wbo resigned

or Pat Parsons, 473-1344.. IV flower show was "YouthIs saar on November 3 is not of 3-1. food .tor... was submitted by Mr. several months ago.
a Three Ring Circus". very far away. The women are The new tax will become effective Mayor Starnes continued his EltLie Gouln of Jacksonville.
ROTARY CLUB Keystone made a very good working very hard to completeall within ten days unless opposition to the tax, provoking
Thursday, Oct. 5, Bane of showing coming home with of the lovely things that vetoed by Mayor flay, Starnes several sharp exchanges
the Keystone Rotarians enjoyeda three blue ribbons and one red will be aold. Mr. Roy Turk- who has been a strong opponent between him and County Chairman School I Year
day of golf and dinner at the with honorable mention their nett bazaar chairman, along COMMANDER LESS since it was' first proposed. Fox, a strong advocate of Key
Sorer Springs Shores Golf Clubin poster made by Jackie Down- with Mrs Fred' Smith have Voting for the tax were Councilmen the proposal. At one point Fox

Ocala. Jim Wharton, Wally I.. and their horticulture dis the bazaar well organized and Navy Plane Roy Watkins, Everett asked Starnes Uhe was"..peakIDa -
Muhlhoffer Huntley:'Redfearn. play. hope for a very successful day. Fox and \ergle Homer. Councilman as mayor, or as representative -
Sr., Mel Taylor and Fremont Mrs. Ray Farris has a delicious To Be Named Gay Livingston cast the of the egg co-op."
Tolles all Rotartana. were ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPALThe luncheon planned and only dissenting vote. Starnes replied tersely that Dates AnnouncedPlaMIDI
Joined by Gordon Bullock and Young People's' group tickets are available at this For KeystoneSome A strong delegation from the he was "speaking as Mayor
Joe Barrett for the day of golf held every Thursday night at time and may be purchased business community appearedto right now."
and other Rotarians from Ocala 6:30: p.m. at the Pariish Hall from any one of the church protest the new tax. arguing in'other action), the Council
and Silver Springs Is off to a good start. All women. Tickets are $1.50 for weeks ago our Mayor that It would fall heaviest on approved a 5-1/2"Qpay Increase All of the public school In and Inservlce.
Tom Garner presented the young people of high school adults and 75C for children. Ray Starnes received a letter commercial consumers of utilltes. effective =November 1, for all Clay County. Including Keystone THURS., FRL.NOV.23aod24-
program for the Keystone Rotary age are Invited to attend regardless A nursery will provided for from Commander A. A. Less The present utility; tax city employees Including city Heights School will open their Thanksgiving Holidays.
of the U. S. Navy' stating that (on water and Jlectrlc only) clerk police officers and
of 20 Christmas
Club Friday Oct. 6, discussing denomination. small children so come and 1972-73 school year on Tuesday WED., DEC. -
the ''benefits derived They are under the leader- bring your husband friends and Attack Squadron 12 would like Is ten percent, but carries a street and garbage departmentemplojees. S. Teachers and vacation begins at close of day.
to name one of their A7E aircraft $1 I maximum so that no( oio Sept.
ship of Mr. and Mrs. Tom :;
from the space program as related plan to spend the day. 1973
to geology. Feamster and will be discussing after our community and ,::11, J.f that amount: month- Proposals from two cable television administrators have been on the -School -
paint Keystone Heights on each Job since Thursday.Aug.24, .
many important Issues regarding LION'S CLUB DA.CE'On ; companies were received
WOMAN'S CLUB decisions high school Saturday :Nov." 4, the Keystone side of the fuselage. but action on awardinga going through pre-planning. .
The Keystone Woman's Club ers must make In this Important Heights Lions will have The Squadron is stationed at Local Educator franchise was delated for According to the schedule FRL.,MOM.. JAN. 28 and 29 -

will sponsor a fish fry on Friday time of their life. a dance at the Lion's Club Cecil Field In Jacksonville and further study.Action released by County Supt. Jess Planning and mservlce.
Oct. 20, from 5:30 till with music by the "Four of its planes often fly over our Named Head Of was tlso: delayed on P. Tynes these are the critical FRL. MAR. 30 F.E.A. and

7:30 p.m. at the club house. INQUIRER'S CLASSSt. Clubs". This will be an adult community local enroute to and from North Fla. U renewal of the Sports-no Club dates for the upcoming year: Teacher Planning.
various training areas lease at the Airport due to a FRL. APR. 6 Planning and
Tickets for 1.50 will be on Anne's Episcopal Church dance with limited tickets so
but high enough not to createa technicality! In wording of the MON.. OCT. 23 Veterans'Day .
Post Office
sale at the during, is sponsoring an "Inquirers all will have room to dance.
disturbance or endanger any- Dr. Thomas R. Carpenter duo imont.
the week and will also be. Class", starting October 23, Music by this band which has Holiday. ,
available at the door. at 7:30: p.m. In this highly specialized been so .well received In the one.Attack Squadron 12 celebratedits penter son of the and late:Mrs.Walker Carpenter G. Car-a THURS., FRL. NOV. 9 aDd I!- ( To Next Page)

and technological time past will be provided from 27th anniversary on May long time resident of !Key Voncile Ketch4'
many scientists economists p.m. a.m. a mem-
13. 1972. It has a varied and stone. Heights has worked
The Keystone School PTA and statisticians feel that the"Machine" ber of the Lion's Club for
colorful history and Is knownas through the and has Wins LadiesTournament
years achieved -
Child Education
meeting will be hold Thursday has usurped man'lIndIvIdual your ticket but apply earlyas the "Kiss of Death". They a very high goal. He Exceptional
Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. freedom. Whether they are limited.
have flown from carriers Is: now president of die l'nl-
Mrs. Mike McKee will present this be fact or fiction no one the ISS Franklin D. Koosevelt 1 '
as versltj; of North Florida. located Expands In Clay CountyThe
a program on the school can deny that we live In very DUPLICAlEIlItlDGEWinners t&S Shangrila and the In SoutheastJackson.me.1'oln's .
clinic and the health programs trying times. and scores of the ISS Independence while sail- mother and father livedIn The Kathy Itedfeain Grandmother
that will be carried on this We are confronted dally with duplicate bridge game played in Ke Granddaughter Tour-
major stone for
Ing sea area ,
every ) many years
October 3 Melrose Wo- nament 'Ihurs-
year. questions that call for Immed- at the was plowed on
Mrs I-oye Head Safety; iate answers and are called man's Club were: First Mr. the In world.the receivedthe Nan along who with a younger be brother day, Sept. 5, with 22 grandmothers Exceptional Child Education schools In the county. Home and
1963 squadron con rememberedby
have and Mt'I.Jlm Pierce with 92-1/2 and program In the Clay: County hospital instruction available
Chairman will a panelto upon to make decisions that not CM .Award for granddaughters
Safeu an !, as singing in the Community
discuss safely at the school only will affect our lives but points; Second !Mrs. '\.V.Ban- accident free feat repeated man-' Church choir. participating; Public Schools will provide for students confined to their
with an opportunity; for questions the lives of our children and nister and Mrs. C. 1. Hardy in I96S year for a.which the Tom Carpenter Ihed most \oncll K..tchVal the' Grandmother special education opportunities homes or In hospitals.
and answers. their children after them.There with 88-1/2 points; Third !Mrs received :Meritorious of his winner with toOls Walker to a greater number and varSpecial education programs
squadron a life in Atlanta
Bill Bartlett and !Mrs. Frank ounger running close second. lety ofext'eptlonalchlldrendur- children who have specific -
vice In
Mrs. Janie Bryan, president are many Influences our Achievement \ward. Alsoin and attended his father's Alma a
will discuss this year's lives that come to bear heavily Melrlck. with 87-1/2 points; received tho Com- Tech. Kitty Martin came In first place Ing the current school year, learning disabilities will be
1965 the Mater deorgia Ills father
Halloween Carnival and cos- on our decisions and for' Fourth Mrs. 11'. J. Grolick and ) Readiness Efficiency for the Granddaughters; with stated James D. Sowell Director available In Keystone Heights,
navarlant Battle played football there and Child
11'. with 8C-I/2 \ esta Aiken second., of Exceptional Education at Charles E. Bennett Elemen-
tume parade. Mrs. Joanno Wy- the "Christian", Cod Is one Mrs. llogue Pennant and the "i:" (
was one of Ga. 'lech's all time '
man requests that anyone with of them. points. I"nils were won by .\estalken for Clay County School tary S. Bryan Jennings Ele-
Award as the best light jet greats in the 192D's) and knownas
Board.: Classes! for mentally mentary, Mlddletnirg Momentary : -
country store items to donate There are many who believe \ and I.ols Walker, tying :
attack squadron in the Atlantic the "Hlg !S\| .
call her at 4734956.All that the "God Language" Is PERSON Al.S with 30, and Second: \oncll retarded children and youth will Elementary W.E.Cherry
I After Go. Tom
leel. attending Tech
PTA members and par- dead. That It has become meaningless Wilson Tre has had a Attack Squadron 12's Commanding went on Memphis: / State University Ketch and Zee 'iolles tying be provided In the Green Cove Elementary, and Grove Park
at Charles E.Ben-
ents who have not yet Joinedare due to over use and change of heart about going Officer I less has amassed where he earned hllba'h.lor's with 31.The Springs area Elementary.nett .
urged to attend this Informative abuse. What do you think? back to school tills jear. He hours luncheon served every Elementary, Green Cove Children who have emotional
3,800 flight In business
over degree first Thul'Sd3of the monk Springs Middle School and Clay handicaps will participate In a
This class Is those
to National
meeting. open has Joined the Helicopter
and has over 600( carrier arrested administration. He received hllmastel"s ,
School while In at
was enjoyed| by the ladies. with High Orange special education program
people who are not presently Association Held Service, '
of which 385;) Ha lor I nlvcrtflljiand
landings degree at -
Park classes will l he conducted
SI//. HIGH; (;iAlU>I-N: CLUB attending a Church. Won't and will leave for Vietnam the have been aboard the ISS independence doctorate at theUniversity Louise Gallop, Iarmold S. Bryan Jennings Elementary.
a In the W. K.: Cherry IemenTeachers:! In all other elementary

The Senior High Garden Club,; you come and Join u.'l last of November for a one I I i of I Florida, both in and C'oi Inett alker serving ,as
School the Park receive the
Orange tar schools wK]
hostesses for the day I
flower of
met October 5 to make year tour dutj.
The community, of Keystone! economics. .
arrangements which were entered COllIl'Nl'1'CIJtletl! : The bride and groom. Eric: '' \ Charlotte >'t Reese wat>- *,!
J. Heights should' (feel very' proud) Dr. Carpenter' was,oil in riictor : and Orange tant who -will assist them. In
WOMKN: ;tf Into 'the ladles I'Kanl..i1zallon
in the District IV Dower and Mao Hedfcarn/ have returned -
and honored to forlda for rttort ,
at 3 1t1bP/ Park School. Instructional providing for the educational
.Show held In the Jacksonville. the, Women's organizationwill from a short honeymoon 'Dcforo on a new member., High
on one of these 1 planes twO Je.irs, being appointed -
programs nor me mentally retarded 'needs of emotionally handicap
Garden Center. '1110U'I'onge/ hold a rummage sole at in Daytona Beach and are busy The( ladles are looking for-
and beI/ small I part of this as assistant director: housing will also If In _
-menU were made from dry materials the Masonic Hall on October 14 getting settled In. their new gallant ,Vnnck Squadron 12 which there. In I9ri4/; he went to ward to team play on the following Keystone .Heights provided Middlohurir. ped Plans are now being made to
and sawdust The jUdg- from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mrs. (home of Lake Geneva. They serves and defends our beautiful Florida I .Ulantlc University as 'Ihursdaj.My '. and Doctors Inlet Klemonlarf provide special education opportunities
plan a trip to Tahiti in the ,, !' "'
and free voumr: ). director Aid\llao: Services. Schools. for Intellectually
near future. Major Mnrncs has Invited 'I 1 he followlng.J I1ual'.I Dr.Carpenter Speech therapy Services will gifted and talented students
!Mrs. Ed Dennett and daughter -
Attack Squadron 12 to participate I went to die I nlversityof ; be provided in all elementaryNOW
KEYSTONE MELROSE Terri Thompson droveto In our annual: kin Country \\esi Florida I as business
I-'a)ette"lIIe. N"' (. last week 1 Day>( Program to be heldon manager before lie was pro- Neighbors
where Terrl Joined her hus- July 4, 1973. moted to Dean \dmlnlstra-- _
BUSINESS DIRECTORY band who Is In training at 11. 'I his. of course will be an tivc Bragg Terri and Kenny are added highlight of our already' to a vice presidency at ('WE
all settled In an apartment right ,
fabulous program prior to his appointment as ,.
Fd: and : _,"Aia ."?ro OPENKEYSTONE
off the coast. son, Mark president of the University of
"FISIl?IUI\N.S, SI'I'I'I.IJoS, : WMKIMmn? \ :: (; :\ drove up over tile weekend to North' I Florida. 1q ( : )

bring Merle back. to County Council President "As president.01 the new ")Ct' rsi 1:::
SLIM ." t' HARDWARE There Is a Kevstonlan who Mrs. \U.T. \\elch. who is reported University, Dr. Carpenter and al
fi'I V .1 b at least once a week walksto to be hospitalized In his staff of two began work In
ANDGARDEN work and home again pick-
Vlacliua <
8nea'alllosplttJI. September, 1969. Since that
Fish WStuf f ing Utter thai others leave
ENTER timer .Ule staff has grown to
along the waj, lie claims: It Mr.l.lfOSiOH1SIIOH: : 410 in number with student enrollment INSPECTION STATIONHOURS
Live Bait A complete line of' Hdw. Is Just for tile waistline but he The making of jewelry boxes: expected to reach ,

Crick..t --Shinner-Worms lluutt"/.''. is still helping Improve the from cigar boxes: will be under 10,000 by 1988. Dr. Carpenter
Minnows appearance of our town. \We the direction of Mrs. Polly
slated that during the years ,'.. '. :
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING I'lul11bin ,1 I Icclrlcsil' 'upl!. hope others will lake up tills Price following the Oct. 26 of growth ahead they will con-
habit or at least reduce tlIOamollnt" regular 9:30: meeting. Material tinue to look forward as eagerly -
& HUNTING Gnr-'Innc;! l""vrtic'iclurTION I I 1"1:1'111I71:1'11LICENSES available to be picked needed are: cigar box heavy as we do at this moment "\ IMI run'l .'liuiii| <> IIIIIIIMIIliutiiri TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY

AMMUNI up. aluminum foil. Timer's glue to providing Increasing opportunities .nn ..<. nililril. it
ICE'' Hwy 21 N. 230: yds From 1111.1':1: \ In Trlest and Leonard odds and ends of rick-rack for people who seek rough| of liiirmlr liiillini- 8 :00 TO 5:00

;Xeyttone Hgti. 413.4357 Light Jones' families enjoyed a heavy string beads scissors the excitement and rewards to for Yin to nionkft uilli."
Keystone Hot. 473.3663 boat trip fishing and campIng black paint mid rubbing clod, be found lit the higher learnIng -

"Fl 1'1 KMTl' ::-CIh'I'ti: out recently at Fowler'sBluff Toda, Oct. 12, is the ellow-I experience.In ---------
TEUISIO'lR: : COM.) on tile Suwinnee River ship coveted dish luncheon with the last decade Ur. Car
This past weekend Uiey took a fine program on Birds of penter has participated In the PHONES
Lake Geneva TV Service Center their I kids boats and friendsto Florida and a general business planning and development of

Lake George In the Ocala meeting with President (.ester three new state universities i Bus. 4754(106Site ( ()
Furniture, ( National' Forest for ,some of Sheets presiding. Mrs Emily: with his present endeavor being -
Jliiisi the same. I lion will present the nomina- the University of North I Florida 473-4572

Gilt & Candle Shop TV STERO tion slate. Dr. Carpenter sajs"The I
ST. WII.r1! S l'1HH11) ( Unitersity of North I Florida is
CAR AND PORTABLE. St. William's Altar Society: III.HbHP:: an institution committed to excellence -
E\Ql1-iITI.&aF1'--: : I' : &; :- TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL will meet Miindaj( Oct. 16, after The monthly covered dish In teaching and dedi- I

ANDRESIDENTIAL 8:30: Mi* t :at the church luncheon and business-program cated to serving the com-

Furniture- for Every anne<: .A nursery will be pro- (Cant To Next page) muni!).." I
T ute An 1 .d' vided for small children .\

See Our Candle display. AIR CONDITIONING program will be presented rnnAdven
11.1 i;>. & KK\U.T.: : wreathes for the home. H.B.D
Hwy..100 E. Lo Geneva :
1 Mi. East of K.yt'on. Hjtt.KK. i\K\SMI\K: (l :: ,IIKICIirS47Mb5 ; ; : SAFETY DEPOSIT

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!( !M: MOMK., .

Richard T. Loyorn.lnt to sell jour :Mobile By Helen V. fcgan1IOMEMAKERS CARPETS

Home. If you hale a buyer,
:Mobile Home Brokers will
:q.12ra1 I Ksuic I Broker' .
U.I. financing: l d CLUBThe
Insurance details for a brokerage Melrose Homemakers of Fine Quality Carpets At H holesale Prices

LAKE PROPERTII feeof10"of the' selling Alachua County Extension Service
paler I For more information were represented at the
call clubhouse for a gening-ac- 1ST QUALITY CARPET 95

APPRAISALS RT. 1 BOX 350 J The advantages of belonging to 1 HAM BRAND YARD
the Homemakers was discussedby AS LOW AS
Keystone 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
Hgts. Miss Lora Klser extension:
PHONE 475-1751 home economist, University;. 1iI
Edna Knepper'Alioe.; Florida. 7011" MAY'" M.P. I

473-4111 On Oct. 10 an Umbrella Stand PATTERNS P.rSquors
Workshop was held at the Just Pennies a Day ,?,.?- $6.95 Yard

Morthe.Durbln, Asrte.47333oT Gainesville clubhouse for a Cul-
LEONARD'SOUTBOARD tural Interest Chairman of the Pays for the protection of a Safe DepositBox. I
The Council Executive lip'
Board meeting will be held at Keep your important .papers and SHAGGS With 44 .i. Pad $6.'$. Per, S... Yd.
BEAUTY: SHOP 10 a.m., Oct. 20, at the County;
SHOP Extension Office. other valuables completely safe I

NelVsBeauty On Oct. 24 theMonthlyraln- Located 1 Mil East Of Traffic Light On Hwy.
Lug meeting for Clothing
Style SJw :Y Textiles chairmen will be held BANK NAME 100 In Keystone Hts. .
at 10 a.m. In the extension of- t'1

"F.r e fice.The County Council covered OPEN #EEK:DAYS 9:00: TO 6:00': r.

Johnson Motors will beheld KEYSTONE STATE BANK
1 Ievell.t! you" dish luncheon meeting
SALES & SERVICE on Oct. 27 at the First SUNDAYS1:00: TO 6:00:

Pfcon. 4752211Between Baptist Church Mlcanopy, with Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, FIa.
GLASTRON co-hostesses from Gainesville
K---p- ., CHECKMATE BOATS clubs. A special tribute will "Your Friendly Bank la Your Friendly Watch For Grand Opening
be paid to Mrs Elizabeth Community."
ovight' -- Keytton Height, FU. Ahrano, retiring county agent.

.no* Mel,... Get well wishes are extended
j 4" ,fL.1'.i' :yto77T''f..L-, at'V

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Deadline) for Insertion Monday are all possible for you On Crosby Lake and Ooaby MAJOR APPLIANCE
:5 p. m. preceding Thursday as a Medical Office Aide. Doc- Lake Canal. Canal SO- feet $1200.00

Id before publication. tors' offices, specialists' offices :wide 8 feet deep) Located on REPAIRS ,
- clinics and hospitals are .State Road 100 3 miles W.st 10 1/2 Ft. ,
only a few of the many places of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation ;
(Covers 15 words)
: where trained women are needed cottage, mobile borne or Sleep 4
/ Each word 15 6 CALL\ 9G -8363
over ( We can prepare you with- Snvesunent. .
\4; out Interrupting your presentJob Price start at I,29?.00, $:ZOO. Excellent Condition r
II'= All Classified Ads must be or schedule. Our place- down and $35.00 month for 3daWta Starke
paid for In advance unless ment service Is efficient anda (8 1/2 % simple biter t
Oak Hill Church Calls you have. established account program can be worked out .st). Phone 413.4949'Keystone Appliance Service
with The
Telegraph In that for you. Please send name, Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 Heights
Bill Wolfe As New event SOtf extra charge for 323 Brownlee St. Tf
address and phone number today p.m.-weekdays. tf
billing. Not for
: Professional Arts Associates -

W.M. (Bill) Wolfe Cert! ) was Associations, phone errors when when! given over Is not the Inc. 1212 Washington[ WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators
ordalnoJ co the gospel mInIs- to the Church: : typed and or brought copy to the of St., Wilmington, Delaware INSURANCEAT washers. -Dafcr Very nice in country. 2 acres
; -
try by the First Baptist Church man, pastor of fice.. 19801. 3tp 10/19 NUGENT ELECTRIC REDUCED RATES me?'* Discount House tf/chg land. 2-1/2 ml. west, S.R.D.
of Keystone Heights in a special Church, Orange 100. Block Const. 3 B.H. I
J service held Sundv cvenlnj charge to the - FOR SALE18 ft fiberglass; Service AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Bath. L.R.. Din. Room Kit.

.July 21. Pastor Lawrence Car- Mr. Wu'fe CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 196S 90 hp Johnson rotor and Residential DOYLE E. CONNER LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering chen Utility; Room, Carport,
roll (right) presented the or- a call as trailer. Best offer. Asking about ft x 9 $3.19: 9 x 12 93M; Completely furnished. Must be
dlnanalion certificate to Mr. 11111 Baptist $1.75 per Inch $900. 964-8087. 2tD 10/17 Commercial Wiring INSURANCE AGENCY '12x12 $U.50;I 12 x 1 13 only seen to bo appreciated.
W 're. ville. Mrs. tchg. $14.95.mllY pattern and
2 Inch minimum _
$3.50 Additional Outlett-
Richard Barber Superintendent mer Georgia <; OVERNIGHT:; Cat and Dog I lea colors. Dahmer's. Discount. FRAME HOME: Lots of living -
of Mi.'ision.i far the :Now; three children: -- -- Control $1.98Koch Drug. 4tchg Air Conditioning tfchg. area. Very nice and closeto
River and :Santa>< Fe Biptlst and Gail. 10/26 Hookup Starke.. 3BR, large living

.".."",,,.,.,..........,,,.,,,,,..!..,.N.,,!,...,...,',,.,.,.,.,,".....,.!.......,,!..".........!.,.....,...,.......,.....,..,,,.!.,"..,..;.'.:.!:,.:,.:,.:..:..:..:..:..,.,:..:'.:'.:..:..:..: : : :, Memorials,Resolutions Card of thanks Proclamations Trailer pole Meter\ PUMPS TS' FOR SALE Starke G3HL. room, separate dining room
1I; '
24-Hour Service & kitchen; front porch and back
Bell and $4.00. Each Minimum up to 50words. United Farm NEW AND USED Country Club, ready for porch. Approx. 1 ml. from city.;
word Phone
School. over 50- I 9648641NEW building on or for Investment. Approx. I acre.
Key ren's Bible 8C. Agency Inc. SALES Lots ana approximately 1/%,
meetings on ere 'and larger. Paved road
continue each : Reg. Real Estate Broker only 3 minutes from town. POWELL
(From Preceding Page) SERVICE BILL, BROKER.
p.m. for X-ll Reducing Plan 42 to 5WANTED p.nuttcng I
CalT 984-7701. 8 a.m.
grade up. The PRY For Clasti/ied t'uiil &: Irene; Kaulkm-r Tablets $3.00. Money Back Deep and Shallow Well" 964-6464'

FRL MON., APR. 20 and 23 located:! next to Adi In Advance ASSOCIATES Guarantee. Koch Drug Store. Water Saftners and
Easter Holidays. Golden 206 S. Wot.r Mraet 9tp--11/9 Or 'I
saries were Increased coats have madeIt FiltersPlumbing <: by Individual. Land ,

FRL June 8 Last day for7nr.IIs. recognized by necessary for this. newspaper Storke WAN:-: ,1'0 Flo.SELL 964-5065 OR WANTEDCashier and wait- suitable for cattle Improved ',IU'NI'MOIGIASSSOCITK: ) !
SuppliesEXPERT or unimproved. State price and
to Us
clarify present
; at '
cers a
BUY REAL ESTA'1'F.1Call ress. Apply in person Long- description. Write K. Dlnkla \ :
ner for Mr. rules and adopt new one for ,
Kyle of the publication of classified lift For Dear Price horn Restaurant. 4tp 10/19 SERVICE ON 11042 Scott Mill Foad, Jacksonville I
WED., JUNE 13 Last day for mer adtrrlltemenl In Us column ProHpcct waiting .rohi ALL MAKES Florida 32217. 964.6591OPENING (

teachers. married Oct. 11. *. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 4tp 10/6
ATTENDANCE MONTHS Mrs. J. Azzle ; All advertisements of tills

1st Tues.. Sept. 5, 1972 ried Oct. 23, ; nature mint be paid In advance NO regret, the best yet;. Blue !
Mon., Oct. 2, 1972 and Mrs. Frank unless an established Lustre cleans carpets beauti PUMP & SUPPLY CO. WE GIVE SERVICEWe fist
results! List SPECIALI I I"FREE"
2nd Tues., Oct. 3, 1972 ried Oct. 27, monthly account I I. maintained fully. Rent electric shampooer your property fcrsale :
Tues., Oct. 31, 1972 with this newtpapcr. $1. Device Inc., Builders Hard- Moved with us. Call today.- I
3rd Wed., Nov. 1, 1972 Mailing and bookkeeping ware & Supplies, Starke.i, Kla. LAKE GENEVA 5 Blocks North 'BILL POWELL BROKER:964- GREASE JOB I
Mon., Dec. 4, 1972 PERSONALS. coal have advanced, making Phone 9646163. MOBILE HOME 864 N. Temple Ave. 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg WITH EACH TUNE-UP

4th Tues.. Dec. :5 I, 1972 it neeeuary to make this (Work Guaranteed) .1
!Kmlly:; Ison of adjustment. HELP WANTED- -.11 P.m. SALES
Thurs., Jan.11.1973 SECRET__Lose Water Weight FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay
lage, Lake portions.'I. It It much preferred that Contact Dale Brown, .manager!
5th Fri., Jan. 12, 1973 proaching testified. advertising be Dairy Queen 1401 N. TempleAve. I U AND 24' 'U>ES PWater pufflness, etc. X- Out of barn or out .ot.the fjeld B-B GARAGE

Mon., Feb. 12, 1973 Hess on Oct. placed In person, rather. than 964-8911. Itchg PHONE*473-4320' l Pills, only $3. Mo- Registered Angus calves; Pin
6ti! Tues.. Feb. 13,' 1972 : ney Back Guarantee. Koch .Formerly,Thompsoei211i..North
visits his !
kjr telephone to avoid
to a* 964-6IT4 J. B, White, tfchg! I
Mon., March 12, 1973' Mrs. t'lson, << error*. f f ALCOA ALUMINUM Siding QSROUTflOOKeymone: Drug Store chg--11/2 '
7th Tues., March 13, 1973 Joined the Contractor since 1938. Cover Height, KU. \ StarkerOii.J'S.
Wed.. April 11, 1973 .home Is in almost all exterior wood including FOR LEUsed. Mobile home, FOR RENT- 12 wide Moblla ; : 301
8th( Thurs., April 12, 1973 and he is retired overhang sills cell- easy financing, 473-4320. tfchg homes outside city limits. J. R.
Frl., May 11, 1973 lion work. Mrs. O.C. Carnea Nursery ings, etc. Estimate no obllca- and Lynn White. Ph. 9646114or 24'' Hr. Service

9th Mon., May 14, 1973 master for Thousands of Plants tlons. William Davis J White SEWINGMACHINE 964-8799. If no answer
at the Benham Feather Court, Keystone call 9648874. tfchg
Fri., June 8, 1973 Congratulations, Fruit Trees, Shade Trees Heights, Fla. 4tp 11/2 'iMTKhSTEtl: ; IN 'HUb'J2UOil) ( ; Day) (il() ..5H5.'Ni ; .

Father Edward Evergreens, CamelUas, ,'WLI.\Nl\ ;. "'
priest of St. 'Azaleas' Roses MOBILE HOME OWNERSOwn SEWING MACHINES, cleaned,
NEWS NOTES 1C( ', Church in J< Heat 1st can .* plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING your own beautiful lot. Only Sales and Service CONTACT oiled and adjusted In your home, llt- %"-5I1UQI1lJ
Janet Lamm, :$95 down and $25 a month. PFAFF fcLNA 93.. Vacuum Cleaner: ,,repairs
By Helen V. Lgan William's, was Restricted to protect those who .KCKCIC(; : (; KOHKRTSK ) also. .All work guaranteed _
special iB MI. 8.E. ef Stark Hwy 100 care. Now readyalong, U.S. New Home Dennis E. Cogglns, phone ,431-

(From Preceding Page) Kirby to attend rtoraheme Sf-zltS 301, 4 miles south of Starke. WHIT? *.:.\\. KST\TK: /428. Uchgr
versary of \ Phone- 468-15SI.) 4tp, 11/2 ry 1
meeting will be held at the I'pls-: In Fernandina $49:50 up PHONfC CJ6 .78J6 LV
copal parish house In Melrose at transferred WANTEDMaid at the TO- DAIRY CALVES-Holstein ,and MARTIN?! CAMPED
11:30: on Oct. 19. A final tabulation than four years RENA Motel. Apply in person. Holsteln-Hereford calves for Part & Repair on .. 421 W. MADISON ST.
of members signing up local area, for Up sale. Available 7 80m.12 noon, all other Make Ma U.S. 90 West Lake City ]
for the November 10 bus tour rebullding: and 6:30: 7:30 p.m. Richardson's chines.HATIONAL. Phone 7524723
to Disney World will be completed Ancient church. Dairy 2 miles south of San- HAVE BOUGHT ENTIRE SALES PARTS
by the chairman. Perry ;,Because of his .! ROUTE Carrier Want- derson on S-229. tfchg STOCK of 19" Zenith TV seta For Best Selection Of
May, of Melrose.An$11 charge dlcation In the) Bradford and Union Coun- > from large motel In Jackson- SERVICE
will be made at this time. gram, the Bishop Call 964-8170. 4tdl2 FOIl RENTOne trailer lot, ville; all like new. $73 cash, TRAVEL TRAILERS USED IMPORT CARS
Recruitment for new mem- tine has / 301 south. Phone 964-7490, 8 611 W. Univ.' Ave. --DAJII\IEII'SDISCOUNT.. MINI-HOMES

bers of the National A/VHP, and Kirby to the SALE275 International a.m. :5 P.m. Itchg: Gainesville, Florida 4tchg 10/26 TRUCK CAMPERSAND HARFRED AUTO
membership In Melrose Community cese for the TOPPERS
Mini ,
a ; Chapter Is still active ing a completely Tractor. 3-1/2 hp LOST Large, chrome wheel- IMPORTS INC.
with local committee member Church in a large pony 3 rabbits with cover with Oldsmobile Insignia, 1 -1 Full Line Of Parts And ,
1, in J Keystoqc. and C.W. Gunn and Mr. and Mrs. .. Call 964-6558 after 5 on Raiford Road between Starke ServiceLOHGCHAMP 509 E. University

Mrs. Kd; Lon pecker of Melrose Orlando visited It ___ and FSP grounds evening of CARL BR65 Colnetvllle 372-4373
; Mrs. Ethel: Welch, recruitment parents Mr. and Oct. 1 Reward- 964-6571. ItpEARL'S
chairman of Waldo, berts of B FOR SALE- DoorsEntrance, Brown Gulf SirvJco -
has been unable to function during weekend. screen Interior. louvers shut- LAND Clearing-Disc I -
closet bifolds, sliding Used Part '
; her recent hospitallzation. ing and Fill Dirt. Call after
However, new members from glass. Windows, awnings sin- 4 p.m. 533-2147. 4tp 11/2 : THE FINEST SELECTION OF Al
Waldo reported for her at the Meat gle hung. All new & priced to tC@ 4J' Home and Building flfeHb Meson
money. George Ricks
September meeting. you STEAM Cleaning Ser- USED CARS
, NUTMEG ., 301 N. of Starke. 964-5184.: 4tp vice. Homes, trailers, autos olkawa&enNew Materials SINGLES & DOURLE WIOES
: COMMUNITY! CI1UHCII 11/2 trucks, heavy equipment. All In this whole .,..
: The Bible Study Group, under RING/ kinds. Phone 533-2702. 4tp a Vied 24 Hr. Wrecker Service j.. WE BUILD Expondo Room & Add
\I Pastor Stewart McCord has had ::2 pounds FOR SALECamper, Pickup- 11/2 Sales IIrrvke r it On Room
< an Interesting and successful beef Open road -Nice.1100.George 'WI USED PARTSHw.101 Your Plane Or Our
Your Free and
Ricks 964-5184. lip Lot Or Oar. delivery set up
I program which meets everyTuesday 1 cup soft 1 MI. North of nre Mall '
1 morning In the educational 1 cup ((8-oz.) Coach roach Con- ,GAlSESVILLESAvr j FREE ESTIMATES 100 MILE RADIUS
: building from 9:30: to sauce FOR RENT- Klngsley Lako 2 trol $1.98Koch Drugs. 4tchg 468.1998 .
10:30. Everyone Is Invited. 2 tablespoons bedroom furnished duplex apt. 10/26 Kimndeling Kepairt, BANK FINANCING;

The boards of the Church will Parmesan Air conditioned. Morrltt Williams Addition NWY 17 Green
meet at 7 P.m. Tuesday Oct. 2 r"l. beaten 964-5391. tfchg FOR SALEBrick veneer 3 Hone bought Sold Cove
17. 2 teaspoons bedroom, 2 baths, living room WE' NOW HAVE diamond.-' Traded Tel. 234-5001.264-7311
The Youth Fellowship meets Its teaspoons ARGENTINA<: HAY for sale. A. dining room, family room. $ $ dies for any. make or mo4Mstereo ACREAGE
every Sunday at 7 p.m. 4'lcaipoon Whitehead, Jr. Call 964- Large lot. Central heat and player.--Dabmer'sVia- I.. FOR SALE964W3
The October News Letter reported nutmeg 5630 after 7 p.m. Itp air. Reasonable terms.Bu- .count House tf/chg I
the start of the new Sun '4 teaspoon ford Mitchell, l'hone 964-6853. SAVE
ICED DAVIS Hwy. 301 .S. Starke Thae. i,9ng DI.__
day School year under Superin- pepper Itchg FOR SALEBungalow Electric
tendent Lonnie Edwards. Mr. In a large BUICK. PONTIAC stove, 3 burner. Working con- Phone. (dt(
Edwards is also tning to organize combine all \ BUYiJitAl! FOR: m:.\Furnished or unfurnished dition. $25. To-Rena Motel. Itp FOR We now handle air line
Men's of the SALEArgentina
a well, but do 2 bedroom apartments B. Hay. A. ticket, cruises; and tour.
church. lie has arranged for Turn into a ( liI/li/fl will 1 to wall carpet. LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE. FOR SALE- New 2 BR-CB Whitehead Jr. Call 964-
singing from the Lowell 5630 after 8 p.m. 2tp W, offers special packageTovr
a group 10/5
mold. Bake In Buford :Mitchell, Phone 964- YOU A LOT" house. Air conditioned. Nice<: .
men's prison to attend the 6853. lot. Conventional
37 Itchg financing.--L of New
first meeting; date to be an- minutes. Remove oven ..- GREEN COPE SPRINGSNylo'lyytlyl.Y.LIY G. Dall, owner, 9647591. FACTORY EXFERIEKCE-Sew- Disney World
nounced. Later meetings will : RIGHT POINT for the FOR SXI.EDog house. Call Dempsey Motel. 4tp 10/26
start with dinners at 6 or 6:30: let meat loaf (' lag machine operators needed.
minutes. ., you write. Come In andelect :Mrs W. A. Stern. 964-5314. Call 964-7449.

P.m. ing plate.Turn. Fill your favorite ESTER- !Up r.o; : ..; ; : : :.:.:.:.:.:".'.'.'''':,',',:':{.{....i,!.,,..".''o"o>:o"1. !:.:""'.. .,_.' I side Bllndstitch 2 P.servers! for
fountain pen;;, TELE- .n. n.rn.r..n..ro.--.ro- '" .nr nTr n.r. rn.rn.r. seam. Apply H. C.SportsWear TOWN FINANCE CO.
cooked peas and Across from Starke Builders J
desired. Make 8 One bedroom a- P.O. Box 2f ..N. Tomol. '
Supply Itp
The mobile Children's Chapel partmeut., Adults only 2 blocks FACTORY
under leadership of Misses from center of town. Call 934-, 4 : J
8654 after 5 p.m Up I .

FOR RENT. 2 bedroom Mil) '. Owen Joist! of Florida, Inc. need dependable, able BULLDOZER WORK

WANTED 12 x 52, A.C. and water fur ;r bodied factory help. No' experience nece.sarro

nished. Call 964-5630 after 7 Steady work, overtime fringe benefit. Yard! Ltvtllni And (...rlnlSru. L I m crock

Sugar Cane Workers For South Florida Gladys Area p.m. Itp ;

FOR SALEChev.. D S200. 30- r ATearn ,

30 Lever action pump, 16 gauge i No Job Too

OCCUPATION,. NO.' OF WORKERS WAGE RATES sale 10/19 or trade. 782-3971. 2n> .'iIJ JOIST, #i1 Small

I r'N Lincoln City Road
Friday w
: :. ': 1.85 Per. Hr. Minimum Atttr 5 P. M.
CANE CUTTER 8,307 {::# 7:00: A.M. To 5:00 P.M. TF i{
JIMMY Moonra =:::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:,:,:i::::::::::WtftttfKWttraMQBl&E:::: ::::: :: :: 'I:
2.10 Per Hr. "Minimum
LEAD MEN 154 ,
COOKS( -,- 93. 2.10 Per Hr. Minimum .

Service It Our
\\GRICULTURELABORCAMP- 2.10 Per. Hrl: MinimumAny .'Ph. 944791 Policy.- Keystone Heights Area

Must Go This Week."
Complete Outboard AStern '

Interested Worker*, Plea*. Report Ta Th. Florida Stat. Service Office, U.S. 301 Drift Benrrie and 3 Repotted And I .' For Father Information

Orange Heights ((100 Yard North of Traffic Light) From '::00 A.M. to 11:00: A.M. Repair.Repair.Complete Cnvtom-FIb yarlara Used Mobile Home CONTACT, IN PERSON

October 20, 1972 MIll FlbergbM F &hing. .. '
I Easy FinancingHwy. Register Oil Co.
'PHONE ((904)) 468-1011 ,Beat. .
101) W.sr .
Starfca 964-56M STARKE, FLORIDA
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