Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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So, at least that used generator ,
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consideration, the City Council collecting "i'
Indicated Tuesday night after on t1 IIl
Councilman: Nell Tucker V'T ape ,r;
read Wilson's letter. Engineer dressed to '
Wilson Councilman Tucker ford ;W:
Power Plant Supt.George Grau- '
dons, and ,representatives of missioners I -
the Worthington Co., manufacturers proper { I .. '1
'of the engine traveledto : \ I
Prince George to personally Investigate
Inspect the unit. quire
Exterior appearance of the tein Ino.
generator was encouraging, ,
Wilson reported, auxiliaries. necessary 1t"f
were Inspected, and the enginewas tions to ,
gone over thoroughly."Af
ter three or four hours of such
looking through Inspection be
openings, examining: filters, ,
,, M :.etc.,...iuwaa,.decided,.that_....,.. u.. ? _:,ThttnJBew.w. '';'
,. leastVone head should be removed' Just started ... -
.. ,Wilson! wrote. still on a ", .
Homecoming; floor compctltion'toot'tough.; this year.* This to doxtle' the fudgoi and walked' away with'fl.t, prize for status
"Upon) removalof No 3head, classy 'rendition by the Junior, Class' came in second. The protein product,
it found the third straight
was that $he head was, year
cracked and repair'! ''pad been seniors had hom.coming'qu..n. Joyce Lane and her court foods terials by from ,

attempted, but water1. I leakage Ing plants.
was still evident. "The Power
.. Plant manager looked for a Hampton and Council Mayor
record of the repair In plant Hill met
maintenance logs. When the Council with officials of I
maintenance logs were found Okays Budget and were
and read, It became evident thing possible
that the unit had experienced
correct the
extensive damage' and'' the cost
to place the used equipment In "They're more
good operating ''condition would remedy the .
approach or possibly) exceed the Doubles Own SalaryFinalizing or at least as I
cost for,new equipment." said after the I

The used engine almost twiceas said Hampton
powerful as the largest presently ing their
In the Starke power plant, Its 1972.73 budget Councilman Wiggins, sworn board members to terms of new Natural Gas Department and Water
Is 10 years old. The city was Tuesday night, the Starke City in Tuesday night for his seventh specific length so that one superintendent has been em- Board In
told It had been used as a Council passed an enacting ordinance term on the council voted will come up each year for ployed. His name Is Charles It would be
peaking unit with acutal oper- in a 3-1 vote which in 1960 for a budget containing reappointment. The appointments Tucker 40, who has some 15 more blow to
ating time estimated at 2-1/2 okayed the $1.3 million spending a salary Increase for okayed were Mrs. Mar- years In the natural gas field, officials doing
years. The unit was offered bill. councilmen.' guerite Hall' one year; Paul Edwards said. Tucker Is cur- eliminate the odor.The
to the city for $225.000. The The >new budget totals Wiggins has recently been Canova two years; L. M. rently Involved In familiarizing odor 7)I 7)J.
,city paid $245,000 four years $1,346,782 up $31.919 over the hospitalized In Jacksonville and Gaines, three years; Pat himself with the system, Hampton area for
(S. Peg.7)' ) 1971.72 spending bill which totaled missed most of this year's bud- Farnsworth four years, and the clerk says. The council last week. It
e asked that Its Utility Committee -
$1,314,863. get work. lie refused to go Delano Thomas five years terial burned while 't
$23- be allowed to inter- and from other
Bluest some along when other councilmen
-Was told by Clerk Edwards, view Tucker
prior to his being
000,according to an estimate urged him to vote for the 1972 after by Council- the plant was
a question placed on permanent status .
City Clerk Merrill Edwards, budget containing another pay cess after the
Charles Schaefer that .
man a
ijJlJt woam (Gtrtr; goes for salary Increases of raise."I Remedy was to
5.1/2 per cent to all city em- fuse. Some odor
ployees. It Is the limit allowed promised the people Iwouldn't officials
under regulations of the Fed- be a party to a thing Thomas It
eral Wage and Price Control like that again, so I just could-
Board. n't. I don't promise many things 2,000 Attend lagoon where
Another sizable Increase is but when I do I try to stick are disposed of.
In the budget of the Police Department to it," Wiggins said after the the pected bacteria to lessen
which totals $123,457 meeting Tuesday night.
Sixth ScrambleSome In the new holding
up 10.77 per cent or 12012. In other action Tuesday night,
Big items it that are pay raises the council! Royal Jones
for six patrolmen from $118 National Protein
St. Mark's to $131, 11 per cent Increases -Was told by Clerk Edwardsthat 2,000 persons attended prepared for about 400 din- volt power surge
; $3,200 for a new patrolcar he checked with the Wage the sixth annual Calf Scram- ner customers and sold out ear system as the
Episcopal Church plus other line Item in- and Price Control Board In ble and Horse Show Saturday ly. This )preparations were the trouble.
creases. Jacksonville and that Incentive night at the Bradford County made for 600 dinners and about According to w.
BAZAARSaturday Other than the pay Increases raises for training hours are Fairgrounds. 400 were sold. of Birmingham
the budget is not much different not considered part of a po- Twenty; 4-H and FFA boys Lucky; winners of calves are Investigate the
from last year's except liceman's pay Increase. scrambled for 15 registered required to keep their calves power surge
Black Angus heifers from Edwards for two years with Inspections of the company's \
that most things have gone up. -Swore in Councilman Orle from Chamber of Commerce
Angus Farm, making 15 employees were
Oct. 28 The council this year did not Wiggins for a seventh term They members who visit to see the the waste
winners. Hobart
boys were -
resort to raising its estimated and welcomed him back after a
calves are properly cared for
9 A.M. Till? revenue from utilities to in the hospital. Lee, Tommy Meng Ken- cooking: equipment
stay and to make suggestions for
balance the budget. neth Martin Douglas Cribbs, causing It to burn.
OLD FASHIONED The new budget was made -Named the five city zoning Albert Batten,Jr.,Rodney Grtf- improvements In a boy's farm "We're .

CHILI PARLOR with relative ease, except for fis Netties, Charles Castlen. Donald program.The 15 heifer calves won over motor and
a stormy session last week Roger Bennett, Jimmy) the past five years have placed out there" said

,, Baked Goods The with the council Police wanted Department to hold Public Invited Trimm Gladwell Danny Dale Rlddick Traylor\!;harle.i'filIOI1 Bruce. 75 top Bradford grade County's cattle; directlyInto cattle berson tions at, the. plant.

Hand Crafts all wage Increases to the 5-1/2 Tonight For and Robert Lee farming operation. That number The plant Is (
per cent allowed under Federal In addition, registration papers plus this year's 15, probably an air scrubber ;
White wage controls but finally Temple Bar-B-Q were presented 10 young has at least tripled by and deodorizes
gave way for the 11 per cent cattle farmers who won scramble It leaves the
Elephant raises to the six patrolmen. A free chicken and beef Bar- calves In 1970 and have now.That is the main purpose of motor on that was ;
Table The patrolmen were supposed B-Que Is ( successfully carried on alarmIng the scramble- upgrade the out officials said.
to have made $126 last day.) program with those calvesas county's: cattle program. Adding to the
BIG DOOR year but a ninth man was Brooker Farmer's Market by a start In the cattle busi Each winner is also required lagoons at the
ness. These youths are John unused waste
added and that actually made newly elected School Superintendent -
PRIZE each patrolman draw $118 per Jim Temple. demons Steve Gay Andy Harvey (See Pege,7)) posed of have not
Raymond Martin Jackie ation long enough
212 N. Church week. "Anybody in the county who Marr, Vernon Moble jr., Mike the proper
An Item unnoticed until Coun- wants to come Is Invited,"says Reed Charles Sapp', Joey. Sapp, consume the
Starke cilman Orle Wiggins! cast his Temple, "especially the work- and Murray White. HISTORICAL SOCIETY dorant for the
the and member of the Temple MEETING TONIGHT
dissenting on budgetIs ers
,.,,... Though chased by the
4.cm. the doubling of the salariesof Team." The fete Is his a large crowd attended -
the sixth scramble it wasamall.r The Bradford found to be
County Historical

city councilmen A council- way expressing appreciationfor
iIItiri'/Iammuntlg the officials
by about third than
man's salary was Increased his election as superintendent a Society will meet tonight '
&tutt'Jiank' from $100 to $150 per month of schools. In 1971 when the largest crowdIn Thursday) In the Stark Library "We're making
plus $50 per month expense "I'd especially like to hug the hl.tor01 the scramble at 7:30. There will bea to curb any type
the necks of all those 305 In attended. The stands were discussion of the status of Jones said. "Our
sew I T.N.... tieb1wl money The council last raised its Lawtey who voted for me," full for the show by the Bradford the old courthouse, and members some at the best
o.,.. --.;.ewr : salary In 1960 In which It went says Temple who defeated Incumbent and Union Roping Clubs. are asked to bring Items
from $50 per month to 100. Tom Casey by 65:!votes. Last year the FFA chapter for a show-and-tell session (s.. Poa. ) ( )

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p ', Parties Reception Given Shower Given
Woman's Club/ 5 Members Birthday

Hears Talk .,. For Mrs. Green For 1st Baptist For Cheryl Dodd,

On ReclamationThe Inducted Into And Dr. JenningsMrs. Pastor And Family BrideElectMiss

Beta Sigma PhiFive (" '' ,' Rev. and Mrs.James T.Brock Cheryl Dodd of Gainesville -
Lex Green hon-
Starke Woman's Club held was and of Wayne Edwards -
I -h.--- \ daughter Lillle Ruth were bride-elect
their first fall luncheon-meet 'vHNg ored at a birthday dinner party !
\ I honored at a reception ;Sunday:; of Starke, was honoredat
ing on Wednesday Oct. II. In new members were Inducted ,( : Friday night Oct. 6, In the Tuesday
afternoon In shower
the First BaptistChurch bridal
Into the Gamma Theta Pecan Room of the Garden a
remodeled clubhouse
newly ;
Arrangements of Fall Flowers Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority { ; > :; Restaurant, given by the Gleaners recreation room, given Adrian Oct. 10. given and by Mrs.Mrs.
/ by members of the church Christmas
were In a Ritual of Jewels ;, Sunday School class of the
and jack-o-lanterns \ ,, Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs. Dave Paulk at the home of
'used In the auditorium, and ceremony for new members rfw' \ : ,i First Baptist Church.
'"I iJ ,., ,' ,,, '' ,,. : J.E. Hardy greeted guests at the latter on Crosby Lake.
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small vases of yellow daisies held Monday Oct. 9, at the ', \ .' ., .....'. : ,. Mrs. Green and Dr. L. H.
',: ,: :. the door and presented them to The refreshment table was
centered the Individual dining Starke Golf and Country Club. ; ,, : .. .: : i\ Jennings were both guests of the white cutwork
line of
; receiving with
composed covered a
Ritual : I honor at dinner
tables. A tall arrangement of The of Jewels Is an /'ilii D a birthday party
1 / # I Mrs. Gene Tanner, Rev. and cloth and centered with an arrangement -
fall foliage and fruit was the Impressive candlelight cere- ? ,' on Sunday: Oct. 8, at the University with
Brock and daughter Mr. of fall flowers
for the speakers' mony with a center table hold- Inn In Gainesville.
centerpiece dl ,
;table. Ing colored tapers and a bouquet "if.1 ,,:' : ? Those attending were:Mrs.Jen- and Mrs. William George, and three burning taporefnthemid-,
.. froma
; I Mr. and Mrs, Paul Carter. dle. Punch was served
The Invocation was glvert- by of yellow roses, the sorority ; nings, Lex Green, Mr.and Mrs.
;" Mrs. W.B. Invited the family room.
'Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs Sher- flowers accented by, a Curds Sanders and son and Mundy table In
:rod Hamilton, president, intro- black vase, representing- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green Jr. guests to the tea table which Games were enjoyed by the
was covered with a silk organdy 30 guests In the Florida room
:duced.the visitors. sorority colors, yellow. and and children.
prepared .laek. cloth over white taffeta. Cen- with prizes being awarded to
The luncheon was
membersof The ritual message'was tering the table was I a silver James Putnam and Mrs. H.A.
and served by the relayed -
the Conservation.Committee members as they stood DUPLICATE BRIDGE. epergne holding red and white Lawson, After the honoree
CLUB: RESULTSMrs. roses and The two they were put
pompoms. opened her gifts
headed-by' Mrs. Robert Barks- In'a semicircle with others

dale and Mrs. Robert Brown. dles.behind Mrs.them Harold holding Davis lighted,presi-can- From left; Doyle Conner, Mr*. Phil VclUngo, Mr. VclUnga, and Mr*. Ronald Luclle Davle and C. G. with punch organdy tables were and taffeta also covered cloths. 'on Mrs.display John In Dodd the game, mother room.of

Prior to the business meet- dent, and Mrs. C. W. Slade, Crlffi pictured at reunion. Wrenshall were the winning Arrangements of red roses the honoree was among the
ing, a devotional was conducted vice-president, conducted the couple at Duplicate Bridge were used In the receptionroom. out-of-town guests.
by Mrs. James A. Griffin ceremony; BHS Class Of 1947 Has Successful Reunion Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Wingate.assisted -
emphasizing that the State Federation New members are Mrs. Blsh Paul Patterson were second Presiding at the punch tablesat In serving.
of Women's Clubs Is and Mr and :Mrs. John Musso- half-hour intervals were
stressing a restoration of honesty Bishop Mrs. Harry Mrs.Gruen Robert, Mrs.Bowen Philip, Doyle COMer Commissionerof Mrs. Mildred Tetstone was', Davis, Graham; Mr. and Mrs line were third. Mrs. R.A. Green, Mrs. F.B.
Integrity,morals and truth Nichols and Mrs. John;'Wat Agriculture, presided as recognized as having the largest -. J.I, Godwin, Arcadia; Mr and Beard, Mrs. E.D. Tenly Jr., HomemakersTo
and encouraging respect, rev- son. Each was presented witha members of the BIIS Class; of. number of children. Mrs.. Mrs. Jack Nelson, Brunswick, Mrs. H.M. Hatcher,Mrs.Charles : Hear Ed Allen
erence and responsibility, referring single long-stemmed yellow 1947 celebrated their 23th: yearreunion James Webber, of Jacksonvilleand Co., Mr. and Mrs.Carl Thompson Darby, Mrs. Vernon Sllcox ,
to prayer as "The and : last weekend. John Leslie Bradley of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs. JamesV. Thumb'
Greatest Power". the rose pledge was a sorority made. pin as 75 members and guests gath- KIngsley Lake were congratu- Charles Habblt, Gainesville, ,1I* I Crosby Mrs. Merritt Williams Mr. Green
Mrs. Barksdale presented the Mrs. Virginia Darby was'reInstalled ered at the BUS-Bolles homecoming lated for having the greatest Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison' Mrs. James Griffin and
guest speaker. William Beam,. as director and presented game Friday night.Following number of grandchildren. Clearwater; Miss Frances Taylor Mrs. L.A. Canova. The Starke and Lawtey Homemakers -
Industrial engineer with the Du- with a yellow rose. the game the group enjoyed Following the dinner the group Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Others assisting In 'serving clubs will hear a talkon
Pont Company.Ills talk, accompanied The closing ritual and MU- a party at the Holiday Inn. danced to the music of "The. Fitzsimmons and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atlas ans caring for the guests were Horticulture this morning
by theMDuPontdattitude pah was repeated by all mem- On Saturday evening the class Four Clubs". James Webber, Jacksonville.Local Crawford Sr., Lawtey, announce Mrs. A. Russell Norman Mrs. (Thursday) at 10 a.m. in the
to depict bers. attended a dinner at the Starke Attending from out-of-town'\ members assisting in the birth of a daughter, Stacy R.A.. Colson, Mrs. GeorgePierce Agriculture Building given by
and their effort toward pollu- Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will Golf and Country Club. Former were Dr. and Mrs. Marion C. arranging the events were Lt. Nlchole, on Oct. 16 In Bradford Mrs. Don HUB. Mrs. Ed Ellen, "Mr. Green Thumb".
tion abatement and reclama- hold Its regular business meet- faculty members Joining the Manning, Clermont, Fla., Dr. Col. (Ret.) W.H.Edwards,Max- County Hospital. Myrtlce Nichols, Mrs. Fred
tion of the land In this area. Ing on Monday, Oct. 23, at the celebration were BUS principal and .Mrs. Barney McHne, Lake' Ie Carter Jr., B.C.Iloltzendorf, Moore, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, The Starke club met last
Mrs. Hamilton presided over home of Mrs. C. W. Slade on of 1947, Foster Shi Smith, and City; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miles, Jr., Mrs. Mary Lappe. Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Haas, Mrs. Bob Thursday morning at the home
the business session which was Mrs. Smith Mildred Tetstone HoraceSanders Miss Patricia Myers, daughter Mllner Mrs. Tucker Albert Lee Crosbyand
Southgate Drive with Mrs Harold '. and Mr. and Mrs. and Stephen A. Weldon Mac- Mrs. Nell and of Mrs.
mainly discussion regarding the Davis co-hostess. V.R. Ferguson.Mr. clenny; Rev. and Mrs. William James M. Norman, of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Mrs. James Duncan.Approximately club voted to buy a sewing -
funding' of the current remodel- as and Mrs. Delbert E. M. Wolfe, Keystone Leslie Bradley and !Mrs. Phil- Myers of Starke, has entered 200 guests machine for the Agriculture -
big of the club building. Mrs. Crews of Montgomery, Ala.and llelahts; Mr. and Mrs., Basil ip Vellenga. her freshman year at Wesley called between the hours of 3:30: Building.CARPS .
Hazel Bitch was given a standIng EdensHowellWedding Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crosby, College Macon Ca. and 5:00: ) p.m.
: ovation for her outstanding of Gilbert. S.C. were recognized -
efforts as head of the building Nov. 12 for traveling the greatest
committee.A distance to attend.
motion by Mrs. It. A.Green November 12 Is the date selected -
that the' Starke Club members for the wedding of De-
write to their congressman rejecting bra Jane Edens, daughter of HousewarmingAt ,
the Equal:: Rights Amend Mrs. Maxie Edens and the late New HomeOfMrs.Stalnaker Stores ,i
ment was passed unanimouslyby Robert Kdens of Charleston, Dept.
the membership.' W. Va., to Charles Edward
Due to the rise In food prices Howell, son of Mr. and Mrs.. ( { .._. .... ., i
and the fact that all proceeds -
Rhymer II. Howell of Starke;
go to the building fund, The wedding will take placeat Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker
family were honored at a house-
the members voted to raise
the cost of the monthly lunch< the H.R..Ilowell.honie.} p*: warming1; Sunday: Oct. 15, In
eons to 150. Approximately 60" their!new home at 2375 Epper- .
members attended the October Hart, Mrs. William Powell"'"" son Street given by M"s* John
meeting. Mrs. C. N. Christy, Mrs Irving Kenney Mrs. Vernie Thornton,' dacron ninon
The following are ,new or reInstated Andrews, and Mrs. James'F. Mrs. Mark Moody Mrs.Jimmy ':/" -i
members: Mrs. W. II. I Stroud. Thornton and Mrs. A.B.Whitehead panels { ( t \

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served the cake, Mrs. Vernle length;
SHE INVITES ALL HER FRIENDS TO COVE Thornton was in charge of the m; o ,

IN AND SEE HER OR CALL FOR APPOINTMENT." } gift floor table hostess., and Mrs. Kenney was 1 .' '

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girls from ages 13-17 the contest.
; are Invited to enter the Miss Winner of the Miss Florida
Florida Teen-Ag Pageant to Pageant will receive a scholarship -
be held at the Jacksonville Hilton other prizes, and an all-
Hotel, Jacksonville startIng expense paid trip to competeIn
d Jan. 19, 20, and 21, 1973. the Miss National TeenAger -

I ThTi' Contestants Pageant.must be between
The pageant is the official
13-17 years of age as of Sep-
the Miss
State preliminary to
tember 1, 1973.
National Teen-Ager Pageantto Any teenager Interested In
1 4' be held In Atlanta, Georgia entering the Miss Florida Teen-

M 1, -i September 1,1973.Contestants Ager Pageant may write for
will be
further Information to Mrs.Sybil -
w, FT Yvbtq on scholastic achievement- Shaffer, 219: Piedmont Ave.
'r .v1peft f leadership, poise-personality, NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30312, or call
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local homeowners have Apparently, everyone receiving
received In the mall a "special a card got the "lucky
Sweetheart Vicki Turner decorated the Interact Club float. offer" purporting to give a number" entitling him to the
discount to those whose card maximum discount on an aluminum -
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin of was Imprinted with a "lucky siding Job. In other words,
Everett Green Jeanie Contest Arcadia and daughter, Cheryl number." the company mailing out the
of U. of F. spent Thursday to cards was using this "lucky
80th/ October 27-28
Observes / Sunday with Mrs. Eve Bald- One reported that he number" stunt as a comeonto

Birthday Party At, Foster Park win, and friends and relatives. received person three cards, one at obtain In leads aluminum on persons siding Interested Winning{ club (loot wo

his residence and two at business -
The Florida Consumer Protection -
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof and all three
Everett Green, who was born Thirty-one young Florida singers Fairburn, Ga. and Mr. and the "lucky num- Agency has advised the
contained same
and one
have Chamber of Commercethat Boy Scouts
who Starke
and reared !In Bradford County ,, including 13 Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins of Jacksonville ber." A check of several cards of solicitation Eight Scout of Troop 70, Local
before, have qualified this type Explorer
celebrated his 80th birthday anniversary participated were weekend guest found In the waste basket at Scout-
22nd Jeanie with be In violation of Florida with Don Hardcnbrook,
for the Orle may
on Sunday with a of Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins. the local post office revealedthat Allen
in lioss
auditions advised caution attended the
Brown Hair" law and has master,
his children .at the Light Orle Wiggins has returned home contained the
party given by they, too, Sliver Springsover
all-time record entering Into such contracts. Camporee at
his home six miles northwestof setting an vocal after being a patient In St. Vin- same "lucky number." weekend.
for the statewide cent's Hospital last week. the
Starke. Terrance P.
competition held annually
I Foster Memorial, Mrs. Lola Johnson has returned of political '
About forty-five of his child- Stephen Mr. and Mrs R.R. Turnip- Local admittances to Brad- after a month's visit verslty of ;
j' ren, grand-children, andgreat- White Springs.the girls returning seed of East Point, Ga. were Mrs. W. H. Nollman was the ford County Hospital this week with Mr. and Mrs. William named the
1 grandchildren gathered to help October Among 27-28 In quest of the Sunday overnight guests of Dr. guest of Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Include: Mrs. Edna Goetzman Launhart in ,Newton: Kan., Mr. ordinator for ; :
''I celebrate this happy occasion. coveted "Jeanie" title for 1973 and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Jr. In Way cross, Ga. over the and Mrs. Berniece Baker, Lake and Mrs. George Itobarts In the Campaign
The large birthday cake was weekend. Geneva Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, and Mr. and
; Indianapolis, Ind., lect Sen.
and the $2,000 music scholar- L.Harper
i Iced In blue and decorated with Rev. and Mrs.George Mrs. Edith Hutcheson, Mrs. Mrs. Harry Cannon in Fairfield sident of '
a miniature fisherman castingfor ship earned will be five who honors previously and- and daughter,Jody, attendeda Bob Mrs. R. P. McLendon of Elsie Ormond, Stacie Hughes Is. Smith, 26, a
a plastic fish, since fishingIs runner-up memorial service for Starke and Mr. and Mrs.James Mrs. Ruth Lee, Joy St. John, officer, '
Mr. Green's favorite past- $500:; scholarships. Llckfelt In Mount Dora Sunday McLendon and family of Isla- Guertin McRae
The public Is Invited to attend Homer Padgett, Tiny Mr. and Mrs. M. M. the Air :
ime. the formal concert night. morada have returned from a and Mrs. Carrie Herlong spent the weekend In Tampa was a farm !
per- tenday vacation at Blowing Starke; Paul I King and Mrs. with their son-in-law and ator in
Among those attending were: formances singers starting of the talented at 9 a.m.young Sat- Friends of Mrs.Clifton Brown Rock N. C. and Gatllnburg Minnie Phillips, Lawtey; Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Abdul idential ;:;:; :[ ; ;; ;; ;;:;: :1:; :;;;:
Lakeland, and Knoxville Tenn. Ann Lehman
Yeomans Shirley ,
Pauline Allvandl. Smith will
Oct. 28 after the for-
urday, she frac-
hear that
Lucille will regret to
Lorene Rich, David and Richard Sr. and Mrs. Lollle labor
Ledbetter, David Copenhauer, mal concert performances Museum on tured several ribs in a fall at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- Stephens, Raiford; Betty Mat- Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- their families
the veranda of the Foster -
Carol Ann Stone, James and home last Thursday. crief were In Moultrie, Ga thews, Keystone Heights.Mr. cher were camping with the ator

Ida Lee Mefford, Lamar and. The only charge for the Sat- Toni! Whitt of Morehead State last Wednesday to Sunday Archie visiting Shrine Camper's Caravan at tills region. :::;:::::;:;:;;;:;::;::::::;::::: ;::; ;: :::: ;::
San Mrs. Wil-
Mary Starling, Ronald and + Mr. and and Mrs. Mick Lake Hampton over the week- The region
Is the regular
Susan Martin, Janet urday program University, Ky. spent the week- Fuller liams visiting relativesin
dy StarUng, were end. of includes:
fee for entering the Stephen
Weeks, Betty Wells, all of end with her parents, Mr. and Waycross and Savannah, Ga. Bradford,
Foster Park the banks of
Jacksonville J ; Gene and Betty the Suwannee Klver. Mrs. Lacy Whitt, Mr. and Mrs. George hug last Tuesday to Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- ie, Gtlchrlst. h !
Nichols, Folkston. Ga.; Freddie gins attended the 150th anniver- mas visited their soninlawand ette, Levy,
i and Joyce Starling, and Al- Don Hardy and Billy McRae sary and Homecoming of the L. D. Vlning was guestof daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. and Union '.
Graham; Heba visited Miss Esther Romeroat First United Methodist Churchin Mrs. Charlie Wiggins In
vin W. McNeely, and daughterin
Starling, Huby preen, Joe Stewart Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Stith of the University of South Flo- Alachua last Sunday. Stockton, Ga. last Friday to Lakeland over the weekend.
Sunday visitors weekend. Dealer'r
Krnest aflcMUttie' Mae Salt Springs were rida over the Monday.Mr. .
of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dr. and !\.
Green, Kaymer -(Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Her-
Tommy and Linda Nettles. Chasteen. Merritt Williams Is home long and Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Mrs. Gregory :Alvarez Mrs. \\'. II. Hart Mrs. Edith ning of .' ;
after several days last week- Herlong of Jacksonville visited -' of Ocala spent the week- Christiansen. Mrs. Pearl Col., !' '- -

Mr.-and Mrs. J.H. DuPre. attended 'In the Methodist. Hospital. ,.." Mrs.. W. F. Herlong onSun., ,. .end with',their parents, Mr. son and Mrs. Ella Moody visIted and relatives.Mr. .
TI1E'B1IADFOHDCOUNf': H ,-a."*family*get-together: t'f'-mf r-' Pau'Ray- day. ''and Mrs. Harold Alvarez and their' sister, Mrs. L. W. / "
the home of Mr. andMrs Mrs. and
at and
TELEGHARI Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Strickland In Wildwood and Mr. /, /
(( W.Partaln HI at Atlan- mond are visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. O. G. Stray- and attended the BHS homecoming and Mrs. Ronald Crawford In visited Mr.
W. T. Shiver In Jennings, Weekly in /
Thursday tic Beach. horn of Wildwood were Sunday Ocala last Thursday.
Published at 138 every W. Call Street Thursday and Friday. visitors of Mr and Mrs. M. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof Hazen. -
Starke, Florida 32091 Merritt Island spent the Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich-

weekend with Mrs. Myrtle Anderson ardson spent last Monday to Jimmy Alvarez attended the
Second Class postage paidat and also visited their Thursday In Charleston National FFA Convention In
Starke, FloridaSubscription son, Eddie, In] the Sunland Hos Heights, S. C. with Mrs. Mary Kansas City Kan. last week.
Handy and Mrs. Alice Lancaster -

Hates$6.00: pital.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and DONT
In trade area: per
six months Emma Rene Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr.
year; $3.50 grandchildren, Christy and Mrs. W. B. Munday visited and family attended the Sea: ,
$7.00per Mike Weaver, visited Mr. and her daughter, Dr. Jean Mundy, Food Festival at Cedar Key
trade ;
Outside .area:; Mrs. Lowman Weaver In Wu- In Tallahassee Wednesday and on Saturday.
1 listen over the weekend. Thursday.


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i i'n BHS Com'munity'; News.By .yll 'u'' I

HighlightsBy DeWiit C. Jones Funeral Home

BUS Journalism Class
rd I SCHOOL NEWS vice at 11. Dinner will be servedat Greater Allen Chapel AME PHONE 961.6:00KEYSTONE
This week at Bradford High All adults Interested In attending 1 p.m. At 3 p.m. Rev. O' Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins -
t1 School seems quiet after all of school for Improving Neal and congregation from pastor. Sunday School will begin -
and personal skills, securing a better Pearson, Fla. will render 10
the hard work excitement service services Sunday at a.m. HEIGHTS
Job or for a High School which will terminate with the
expectation of Homecomingweek. ser- Morning service at II
diploma are Invited to attend vices for the day. Junior Church In charge. Evening PHONE 47.1-3176: : .
Homecoming efforts of students night classes In the various service, 5:30.: All mem-
teachers and all Tornado centers In Lawtey Starke and Ebenezer Baptist Church bers are asked to please bepre.ent.
fans were rewarded by an the Vo-Tech for a trade. The Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible .
exciting Tornado Whirl last opportunity Is waiting for you. Class each Tuesday night with

\ Wins Thursday night. Tornado fans Rev. Davis Instructor. Prayer
Wayne present saw the Sophomoreswin DELL Meeting each Thursday Sun-
will hold Its
I. the annual skit competition, Dell Chapter day School will terminate ser-
4th $100 Football PrizeWayne with their skit entitled "All In regular meeting Thursday vices for Sunday.
The Faculty." The Freshman night. Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. In
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee -
Class placed Second with their
McLeod didn't get any Florida-Alabama. skit entitled "But Coach Never Street. All members are Neighbors Thank
be and
asked to please present
help from the distaff side last His wife, Elizabeth, helped told me About the Tornadoes". time.
week but the Bradford High him with the guessing game the Highlight of the evening was on

English Instructor and former first three weeks, McLeod said the crowning of Bradford HighSchool's CHURCH NEWS ilk (!..DE: ...._t;... $
star athlete won the $100 then last week said he wouldn'twin first black homecoming Greater Bethlehem Freewill! rn. .
cash prize in the Telegraph's and left it all up to the man Queen, Miss Joyce Lane Church, Rev. Jaspe* !
Football for Cash. Contest any of the house. McLeod said whenhe Joyce a Senior from Lawtey Baptist Williams pastor Tuesday night,. :.. -J "
way. Is the of Mr. and Mrs. You
dropped his ballot In the daughter Junior Choir ; ) .
.. .
Islah ,
box that this was the week Meeting ? :: "
McLeod won the fourth week- nesday night Prayer ;
ly contest sponsored! by area and he was right! participated Earlier In In the a week spirit classes contest Thursday night PhiladelphiaBaptist ... ..... I" '

merchants by virtue of guessing Interest In the contest conti- sponsored by the cheerleaders.The Church from LawteCwill < 6050
number of pointsan render service. Frldoynight
the highest
nues to grow. Last week there respective classes collected ")
Band will
Individual team would score. Prayer meet
were more than 400 ballots to pennies) from class mem- w
McLeod guessed highest of grade. Fans are asked mark bers, and tried to fill a six- with Mrs. Wright In South \ .
contestant, 59 points and Starke. Saturday the Leaguewill
any ballots with anythingthat foot .. "Spirit Thermo-
a pen) or paper.
dinners from .
him with be selling sere.
Trenton obliged '
High makes dark mark that Is meter". The Freshman class
a '
a 72-0 romp over Bell in an the kitchen. Sunday will ter- e': "
area high school game. easily read. collecting came out Forty-four as the winners dollarsIn by minate the Men's Day activity "Why you must be the little : : j jI

McLeod missed two Four persons) have now taken pennies.As) Sunday School will begin old lady who drove all these
games at 9:30. Morning "
services : ser
as did two others contestants, home $100 checks. Larry Brown the prize, the Freshman carsQUALITY: -
Michael Jordan of Lawtey and of Lawtey was the first winner. class got to keep 60 percent of ,.
Levy Lennon, a BHS football the "Spirit" receipts which totaled -
A.L.: Starling of Starke. Jordan
guessed 48 points putting player and Ken, won Fuqua the 18,second son of Starke week $69.Attention. NLY THE ERY RICH. I Sincerely Appreciate All The Support Given Me By The People Of Our CountyIn
him In second place this week
and Starling guessed 45 points the Police third Chief week.Ken Fuqua, won see CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING My Bid To Serve You As Your County Court Judge Let's Join Together, To
for his third place finish. .
McLeod bet on Furman and Six more $100 checks will Seniorslll Your Work For Improved Justice Through Our New Court System. ,.: ; .'
missed when Davidson won that be given out before the current
51-35 and on Cross City, long awaited privileges
game exciting grid season ends. The finally arrived! Seniors will
an area high school team that contest Is fun,you can use know after r WORKDOESN'T Thanks
was beaten 21-12 ty Chlefland. be awarded open campus
hard work statistics
ledge figuring -
their next class meeting.In COST PAYS
Jordan missed on the Utah State dumb IT,
or Just pure luck.
order for Seniors to obtain -
Memphis State and Texas-Ok- Either way there is a chance, to
lahoma games and Starling win $100. Get your ballot In wear open a button campus identifying they must them- I wM IZEF 1AT 4
missed on New Mexico-Arizona
this week's contest.
selves camnui.- as Carl Seniors Rlherd.while senior off I WEATIIERTRON HEAT PUMPS AI Q Qw, I 0 SAN DISKS

FIRM LIST JUST THE WINNERS HERE class president and the prime

k (PI*?.. Do Not Us. Morkers) saAwI mover, of expresses open) campus his for appreciation Seniors -- 226 S. Walnut St. S'fARKE, 964.7731 COUNTY comrr( .JUDCIK' ; ELECT

Baldwin Ch.". ,.\\.t..v\. .I.-0;.. T;, . to Mr. Francis for his f-.f-.f*. f. f. c tT

I Carl !Hurst ... : . . .' help In making open campus "
R' Coop.* Nursery ..W I.' It vrpN l. . possible fit, :

I Cash & Carry Tire* At"J l"SA .r1 .. .... . )\ '.

Eagles'I . JH .1r.'1' '.V .. . . ">U" DEBATE Bradford TOURNAMENTSix High students Over 100 Items Marked Down- jt
; :
I First Federal T'f7: .dV. . . . .X... particpated In a speech and """ )

Florida Bank ...J..-.' P.'. U. : . . . debate sonville Saturday tournament Oct.in 14.Jack-The .
C SOME 1 12/ Price
I FlorldaP.at. .J. k44a.: ('r: . >X. tournament held at University :'
t Jackson Builder <. .f::rtl N.) . _0 .:. .""I. Christian School tournaments was the first a i'. '91109"

Lake Geneva Mobil. rtqmet''tJ.O .'lid year.Debating of ten. monthly Brows Around And Chock Th, Toliow Price Tags On The Really Big Bargains"

h Manning Hardware i iJLttux .tt'ttt9JI. . -. on the financial topic "Re- Heaters Reduced NOW<1. And Don't, Forget} fho Wise 1 Shoppers AroJLaylng- .,,.
\: solved: That all support ;'s(3"O"- d JIIW' !'.. :
fAahod" fJi:;:P., rc e .JST...*.'- .*. A..... for public elementary'and. ; ., ..1. 'ftG;';,i" ,

t. ,Olin'. Mobil. Homes U.V << JL>.\.Tfy. .. 1LStan's x secondary exclusively schooUsouldbe, dl ld1 doral provided 'J t r 11 AwaV Thote Christmas Toys NOW/. Wh..oJBotoctIon. '.Is!At' If j',..k.' >* f +"'I'', '1', ,

Boot.ry .(.'.r-c'2 Vj.'t'A/-' rr. government," were Jency and

Stark Appliance n*:LK'-..C'VfStarkt ;: t: :. . Bill I Watson and Curtis Scott '
and Emily Williams.Both teams I M A
Builder. . C."!lK f< :,. . .. .x. debated In the novice, senior A.v

Stark Chrysler .. Ply. l..J t Y.\r:'1('. :". high division.In VENTED AND UNVENTED >X,< ."
Lady Vanity
'Terwillegars Motors :Cr.t'.o''ttl.' {. . X. Bobby the Jenkins original placed oratory third field witha n. .

William Jewelry .. . .. . speech on the equality of man. PORTABLE FULL ONE YEAR OVER THE COUNTER

i Woodbu,,,'. G.m Jewelry..P*.'.(,i 3::;\-\. . In Interpretation Lane Powell _.. REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE
placed fourth with a selection -
In Cos of a tl. the en. guessing the closer to the most from "A Lantern In Her .. GUN HAIR DRYER
The n.w Arvin lUctrlc H.at.rt tupply quick clean.Hitont
In.., points cored by any on. team writ this number I warm dlr l All Arvin H.'"* hat..,. Sara c
Guard lip .... control and. an Ul APPDOViO.14ED 895 :
In space below. AI see :1 I
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i "Career Day," at B.H.S. wat .
I? held Monday. Oct. 16. for the
No"", .fv purpose of assisting each $ 95 081'.MI

Phon No. .$'3.3:.-?::1.f.tt'" . .. . Bradford Senior vocation.to select his GAS HEATERS .
future Job or
Address .y.i1 3. ..(.4A415' .i rt'ML: . Members from all branchesof 15,000 STU!. $Oy95 CAN OPENER KNIFE '

City .-5kAssembly > ;.J:=f-!:.... . . . plus the representatives service were from present em- 1320 WATT HEATER I (Shoo al XiT SHARPENER $in95 [1.

ployment agencies and various .Automatic....01 grill th.rmaitat end. Initont Child libbon, proof $15 9S 38.UOO LT'J -1....495I6OH 03SJ. .,
colleges were also stationed In ........",
the school library to assist 1650 WATT HEATER GLASS PERCOLATOR '
Applicants NeededAt seniors In selecting the collegeof : (Shawn. aba.) m _*% a_.c 95 .
,. ., 95 $1 14 I .
their choice. In.tont rodlonl 'plu. t\F
General Electric; tomp.ratwr.th.rm.tlat' ', azcuL f+ '4.A Myll, ,
see 1650 or 1320 WATT HEATER .
'hrbf06TM .
Separate pot J five "."" button plui 5 SPEED MIXER I i}
fan.forced warmth at 44 cubic ft. $2995 t-.w ,
..Immediate opening for light per ...Inu'.. m I .YV '.
Marching Contest for the -i0 $1795] '
uraembly production
on Night Shift ((2nd & 3rd operators). vember Bradford 11 High at Band Florida will be Field.No- PERFECTION I BU 1 HEATERS 1 -.....- f .

aad Band director Dean Cassels 3 SPEED BLENDER
.High dexterity> aptitude for firetark oj QuafttyECONOAIRE 'r.
band this
that the year
says .
asuembly work all the 4...
are re. has the greatest potential It has 07SM X1798r

quirement necessary. had since he has been at B.H.S. MODELS VENTED GAS HEATERS ;
The greatest problem seems to
... No training, experience or par. be an apathy attitude shown 38,000 BTU PROFESSIONALHAIR

ticular educational backgroundrequired. by the students, but he Is workIng Spa.Shown.tav.r l.ft)mad.1 20,000 BTU $6995 t OIMO DRYER $ 95

to correct that. .... 19
*89 95 35,000 BTU $8995
...Apply between the hours of 8
A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Monday
50,000 BTU Shown above 13995 Ttmo and. word hitchcn, witht
through Friday'at the lo- .owing h.lpo.* ... ..,
Warm..ne orteveral thermal Control 1 full y or over tho counter roplocomtnt lIua. '
rated on Highway 441. 12 miles t. roomt. 70,000 BTU
north of Gainesville APPLICATIONSThe Snl,..? Shut.ot< 15995 DRY IRON ,,'
Board of County Commissioners $11995 thermal Control '

will meet at 7:30: .' 50,000 BTU $17995 0401%.:: ..- $$795(' ,.'\;
tonight (Thursday)in the courthouse + Thermal Contra) '.+ .

the position to screen of County applications Directorof for Combinationautomalit 50,000. burnerdraft BTU- 70,000 and Thermal Blower Central BTU. $19995" L"; PORTABLE MIXER

Civil Defense. Seven appli- boo.lcr. fancirculator. and Blower,
General $795
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I;,. Thomas. Groc. & MealsMI'ewt.Phone $22995WI:" purch.M 39Marmort r- iY- $129.5 I

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C h KIROSENE HSATERS ""'"IV....*...to' su.NlCn $1395
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Chuck ( ..)BTU' also 71M" tIACONIUCTRIC $1495 U :
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Bob Turner To Direct Thousands" ExpectedTo

Holliday Campaign Here Attend Surplus

R. V. Bob) Tumor has accepted educational climate need forconstructing 4
the port of campaign more and bettor i Property Open House
director and will represent the quipped and better funded

the people bid ot to elect Bradford Mrs.County Pat Holliday ; In- schools on a neighborhood level 7 Between two and three thousand .,The open bouse will) be held]
not waste on buses, .
Pont Vedra Republican money people from all parts of from 7:30 tun. to 4 p.m.( and
gasoline Insurance to transport -
Florida to attenda door will be
to the District 25 seat of the are expected prizes given away'I
our children Indiscriminately I
Florida House of Representa-, "fun and festival" open house at Intervals during the day.
lives.Mrs.. throughout the county.; ,,r 1 f day at the, Division of Surplus Two reconditioned three-wheel
"Our belief Is to establishstrong is
Holliday IsopposingDe- 'l' er f r a- Property warehouse Friday mall scooters will be auctioned
uniform laws that
so according to W. C. Causey superintendent. off one at 10 a.m. and another
mocrat Frank Williams of Crystal T7tt'tu4M' ( +. ..yr'
constitutionally capital punishment rr'ar ; w.
.tit I
Lake In the November general will be reinstated as a at 2 p.m.. Causey said. ,
election The surplus property operation -
Turner's appointment was deterrent. to premeditatedcrime. : A Representatives from all eligible here is the largest in the
announced this .week by WIl- Institutions In the state State. Two smaller warehouse
"Along other issues we think
liam "Bill" Stockton, trI- have been Invited to attend this es are located at Marlanna,
county; campaign coordinator to alike. Taxes on savings shouldbe __ _. first event of Its kind ever and Fort Myers.
abolished. Homestead exemption
elect Mrs, Holliday. rfv! held at the division\here which
should be Increased.We .

works Turner Club for'who Estates General lives In Environ-In Starhe Country ment must against protect all selfish our environ-Inter r "rtx +f, '" a1! ;J ''1 i) proper disposes eligible.of Causey surplus to purchase said.government; Institutions the- City, Hall,

ment Control In Jacksonville ests.''The most Important aspectIs : CI CIr surplus Items at approximately Courthouse
a ''firm headed by Tom Slade 1 v .I one cent on the dollar are
sincere desire do
a to a Job iiliMIS Civil Defense schools and hos Closed
Jr. which manufactures sewerage MondayVeterans
on behalf of the entire trl-coun- ,, pitals.
treatment units.
ty; area not leaving any segments ;
Turner,, Stockton says,is well a stepchild. I am for I
Causey said tM Starke ware-
aware of the problems parti- this concept of government 1 r Day will be ale:
located on U. S. 301
cular to the area. He has a- ''
where community will brated holiday
as Monday
every a
South has a current Inventory
greed to advise and guide Mrs. have a direct contact with Its of approximately $10 million. Pet. 23, by ,employees of the
Holliday on Issues,, vital to the representative. I am glad to Items are sold eligible Institutions county,, courthouse ,and the.
well being growth and development offer my support and ask that for enough to.cover Starke City; Hall.
Bradford County; Stock- we all work and vote regard- L handling and hauling charges, Hut both Starke banks, and
ton says. less of our party lines for although,the maximum amount tile First Federal Savings ft.
"I to support Pat
am glad Pat .
Holliday. Dan will be open for busi
Holliday because her approachto that can be paid for any one
ness. All businesses will be
politics Is sensible family item .it 9500, Causey said
open as usual.
and states.business oriented Turner Group Formed Winner of the BHS homecoming parade float competition court (I.,) Christie Riggt, Pam Moey. Kothi. Brown, Martha

"We believe that tax dollars for the third yea was this number made by the Tornado Buckley, and Queen Joyce Lan.
should be spent) on services' To Support senior elan. Aboard are the homecoming qu..n and her
that Improve the well being of I ..

the Increasing community the State not be bureaucra spent on American PartyA Sheriffs' Office Library Circulation '

cy." group of concerned citizens Seeks t- \ Terwi ikga'rUSED

"We are concerned with the Counties from met Bradford last and Tuesday Clay And Jailors Deputy Increases 3,000 BooksCirculation

Homeowners evening at the home of Sher-
rod Hamilton and formed The at the Bradford nice Norman is the OCT aide. The library has a record
Should Be Wary Concerned Citizens Committee Bradford County sheriff-elect County Public Library totalled Library hours are from 9 collection of 453 albums donated Motors
of Bradford-Clay Counties. Dolph Reddish has announcedthat 23,931 an Increase of 3,046 a.m. to 8 p.m. on :Monday, by the Starke Rotary Club
Of Special Deals The greatest concern Is the applications are now being .books during the year. ending 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday during the past years. Magazine
present condition of out great taken for three positions In the 'September 30, according'to its Thursday and Friday and 9 subscriptions increased
nation says Mr. Hamilton. sheriffs department which will annual report. a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. from 15 to 26 this last fear
local Homeowners are receiving The Committee agreed to be filled after he takes office on Librarian Martha :Mlnxcre- The library' Is closed on Wednesday The summer was a busy time
In the mall a "lIpeciaioreer" actively support American January 2.Reddish. ''dlts this to 2,176 new books and Sunday. The later with 166 children registering
for aluminum siding to Party!: Candidates-John Schmitzfor said a new deputy; purchased with local funds of hours on Monday are to ac- for tile annual Summer Heading -
remodel the outside of their President and Tom Ander- will be hired to replace him $18,000 from the County Commission comodate people outside of reg- Program.
homes., son for Vice-President. Cor- on the staff after ho moves up 84,350 from the Cityof ular working hours. Friends of the Library now CARSPECIAlS
A check made by the local respondence from National finance to the position of sheriff, and Starke and State Aid to :Manystudents taking classes have a total membership of 161,
Chamber of Commerce with Chairman Walter Bren- that two men will be hired to Libraries amounting to 5416. at Santa Fe Junior College according to :Mrs Hryan Hamilton .
the Florida Consumer Protection nan was read relative to serve at the jail in the dual 11,155 books are now in the here use the Bradford County pl'esldent.This represents -
Agency Indicates that this Campaign Kits. Plans were capacity of Jailors and radio Ubral')'. There are 2,288 library Library facilities :Mrs. Minx a more active partici-
type of solicitation,,Involving made to set up an Education: operators. He pointed out that card holders 356 of these. says. She said that throughthe pation by this group.
a "lucky number" may be in Headquarters for the displayof : the deaths of Fate Brown former new since October 1 1. 1971. lorida State Intel-library Any permanent resident or.
violation of Florida law and Schmitz-Anderson material. jailor and J.A. Gnann The library Is governed by- Loan Service a book from any Bradford Count is encouragedto
that all homeowners should be Sherrod Hamilton and Tom! who was relief man at the jail five board members: :Mrs. .\. librarj In the state can be use the IIbraJ')' facilities at
wary of such offers until thor- Mersereau were appointed asCoChairmen plus the resignation of Seeber Hussell Norman chairman; made available to patrons. no charge. Trade-Ins
oughly Investigated. of the Committee Moody, who went Into private :Mrs. Martha Dorko.Mrs. Desta On 1973 Fords
'Itio technique used Is com- Goal of the group was statedas business have left the jail staff Dyal :Miss !Norma'; Canova. and
monly known as "bait,andswitch" "Less Government More depleted.At George A. Winkler. GARAGE SALE
-- In other words the Individual Responsibility and present Reddish said, Mrs. Cliff Hazen Is assist-
consumer Is "baited" by the with ttod's Help a Better Sammy Eunice is serving as ant librarian, Mrs.: Eston Jor- O
advertising or free offer and World" head jailor and Jimmy Greenas dan Is secretary' and :Miss Ja- Furniture Antique China Cabinet 1969FORD

when conclude a salesman a contract calls the later owner'Is to Next Citizens meeting of Committee The Concerned of- basis.night jailor on a temporary Iron Bed Dresser Mens Suits ((38)) 129 5 .

talked into signing consldet&bt/a:con-*'h3radtord-ClayCounties, U.sot, lye y '" 1hE r7 ya"mf/Lr Clothing Paint Sprayer Grinder ,'- .

more tract according costing to John 'My.- Monday; Oct. 23-< 7:30 p.m. at .School Food I Wheelbarrow Ext: Ladder.Boat. .& ,o'i ;;i -. V.S'p.ickup'.. '"

ers Local, chamber homeowners manager.who might 436 the holpl.ot5berrod North Walnut St.UatTlllKw1..4, Starke ai3..5efViCer4Asii'. \ J. Trailer 3'1/2 HJ. OUTWJtrA( )yfo ;ICY:: ,...; .. ': ,ij

accept this solicitation nre F1 rldn. Anyone wishing to attend Meeting HeldThe Misc. Hardware & Tools:; & Trim 1968
Is welcome.For PONTIAC
urged to read carefully any further Information / "Storage Cabinets & Shelves 113'1.9 S.r.
contract that might{be offered please contact either Mr.Hamilton 'Region IV Annual Meeting -K
Brood Ware & Colt 2 Ponies
them and if the (Jema-are not or Tom Mersereau. of the, Florida School Food v/r Twodoor H. T, Air, Conditioned
absolutely clear then seek advice Service Association was held
before signing to insure Oct. 14, at Union """'/* the t type .>f kid who
that they are getting exactly A householder fays that his Saturday Count;' High, School. Lake But goes: In school. p"....,,'" I thetoothpaNte GO TO HAMPTON FOLLOW SIGNS .
what they are paying for. In fat cat doesn't term to be anymore text and nothing
I other words-- beware! of (the Republican pcti. : than the rest employees ler.Nineteen school from food Bradford service ..flue." 12 9 5

County attended the meeting en- ., Fourdoor V-8 Air Conditionedf
titled. "Let's Put It All Vo-
gether" .V buffet luncheon at
DRUGSTORE the Lake Butler Community r

KOCH Building Those followed attending the from meeting.Brad- 1967 FORD LTD

ford County were: Pear lie Sellers 1 O. 95
Joan Richards Margaret : '"
NOW! TilE ULTiMATE in Dlggs Amandalene Chandler WE'RE, Power & Air..
Kay THIman Dora Lee Dean,
All skiN MoisTURiziNG Legree Hankerson Pearleon
OVER Dean. Elizabeth. Dean :Mary GETTING
Dean. Anna Fender :Magolene A : 9 1910 OPAL
,Akrldge Louise Bell Pauline
VITAMIN E .: ..:. Taylor, Blonnle Derkman U/ 129S
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'" :Mildred Lawson, Dorothy O KADET WAGON'I
-- "Ir Grace K. Henry, and .w
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with Lotion 15.000 Is I richly U.'.ol concentrated:Vitamin: E In Gruff music,""The will Three be presented Bill)- Goats at ,(ff,' : : .

every bottle'to moisturize rough 4:15: p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, .,. ; : :1/ -
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Years Of Regular Deposits Into A Savings 1 15 I : 9"S

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11 AM. 2 P.M. When carefree retirement, travel, and recreation 1970 TORINO

>- become possible from money saved and dividends 1295

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your best self-earned bonus.
: $1 l.45
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Savings Certificates C.rtificatu Certificates
Power & Air
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$300,000 Land Deal McRae Names Committees

Safety Councilman McRae
1972-73 committee appointments chairman Vernon Sllcox, and
were madeTuesday night Police Chief Ken Fuqua.
by new Starke City Council
Chairman Jimmy McRae. Sanitation Councilman Tucker -
They are chairman! Orle Wiggins and
Heads Sales Utility Committee NeD Tucker Street Supt. ;s. R. Hicks.

August chairman; Orle Wiggins, .
Graudons.Power Plant Supt. George ---" --- "T" U"

Recreation Committee: Ver- '
A transaction totaling$99.686 George J. Estes from Mr. and Sec. 30-8-22. non Sllcox, chairman; Charles
was the largest of the August Mrs. Paul V. Lock of Lawteyfor $15,000 from Mr. end Mrs. Schaefer, and Recreation DIrector 1
H land sales which totaled $393- U13 acres on S -200. ,Jerry Kodatt and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rayburn. the mEd ;
1 198 in Bradford County 'the $18,860 from Mr. end Mrs. Charles M. Allen of Keystoneto Rules, Laws, and Ordinance:
second highest during the vear. Oliver L. Knowles of Starketo Edna Branson for land In Councilman Wiggins chairman; '

The $99".866: transaction was Muriel GUlhooly tor a parcel See 22822. r. Charles Schaefer, and City Attorney
from Melton Ruth KIrkland and of land In Sec. 5-6-22. $9,500 from Mr. and Mrs. iWrcf d1 George Pierce. '
Marklea Starling to Mr. and $8,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur MarUee Moody of Lake '
Mrs. Everett W. Roger of Lake Albert G. Sparks of Brookerto Butler to Mr. and Mrs. M. F. + Gt" Streets: Councilman Schaefer -
300 Thelma Dyal for 80 acres Wiggins for three lots In M. chairman; Vernon Sllcox
City for over acres near In Sec. 23-7-20. F. Wiggins Subdivision. and Street Department ,,Super- -; -
the Heilbronn Springs area on
a county graded road the old $3,300 from Mr. and Mrs. $6,000 from George H. Mos- intendent S. R. Hicks. "A woman driver in known
Alonzo Starling home place. A. W. King of Lake Butler tea of Jacksonville to Mr. and PL Fire Councilman Wiggins, by the fenders she keeps."
Starting with January, the to Mr. and Mrs. M. F. WIg Mrs: James V. Rowe for land chairman; Nell Tucker, and
monthly totals are: Jan. $269- gins for a parcel of land In In Fire Chief Harold Glasgow.
750 Feb. $220,800 March Sec 7-6-21. r a wa
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$192,800; April $245,036; May $3,500 from Rodney W. King 27.Man
4P'P I Ie Ix
$383 393; June $331,966. and of Lake Butler to Mr. and 1
August with $391,198, May land Mrs. M. F. Wiggins for a parcel 27 r t ;
sales were high due to several of land In Sec. 7-6-21. M+aY nk h b I Ie '4
transactions of a large $19,333 from Mr. and Mrs. {'y,
piece of land.Transactions. John R. Davis of Starke to Faces 4Charges
totaling over Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aaronson -
$1,000 were: for a parcel of land on
$18,000 from Steve White- US-301.
$5.000 from Mr. and Mrs. w
head to Lawrence W. Nasworthy -
of Starke for a lot In Cypress Troy L. Long Sr. of Jacksonville 1 url
to Seeber W. Moody for
Beach. A Starke man, Alfred Charles 1 t
$35OOU from Donald R. six acres on SR-225. }
Brown, William Henry Hardle. $4,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Smoot breaking 27 and, faces entering four charges larceny Second place club float was entered by the DCT Club. Perched atop the diving .. 91'{ t

Jr., Bobby Wayne Hardle, and Stewart N. McCord of KeyStone of an automobile, and two board I Is Sweetheart Harriet Faulkner.
to Mary K. Ho-
William (Howard Hardle to
well for land In Sec. 24-8- counts of larceny In Circuit ., ,
Longchamp Homes for land on Court here. i i i nM Hi( mi i n ity M my mu n
US-301.$12,500 from Velma J. Maa- 22.$20.000 from Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee Smoot Street was last arrested Wednesday on Bradford Gets Lake City Academy f ,
Freeman Register m of Starketo
Manuel C. for
ha to Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Walton C. night, about 8:50p.m.,by Starke
land In Starke. $234,262 In LAKE JEFFREY 4
Coy and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Patrolman Scotty: Rhoden, aid- ROAD
$10,450 from Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel C. Stephens of Starketo M. Clark for three lots at ed and by Julius officers Eunice Claude, after Hardee two School FundsFour LAKE CITY, FLORIDA :
New Hampton Beach
Mr. and Mrs. William T.
teenage girls Identified the car
Jackson for land In Starke. $7,000 from Mr. and Mrs. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Raymond Allen Stamrlx-Hay of' Smoot was driving. The girls area counties, including: 4
$21,666 from Mr. and Mrs. had complained to city: police Bradford, received more state
Starke to Mr. and Mrs. RAYMOND INTERESTED
Edward W. Scheyder: of Starketo PARENTSDr.
that Smoot would not let them Minimum I'oundatlon Program
land Sec.
Dyal for
Register Oil Company for 13822. out of his car, but said they In their October 1972 alloca- _

one$14,000 acre on from US-301.Mr.) and Mrs. $10.200 from Mr. and Mrs. Jumped out when he slowed to tions than the same month of W. C. Mellor I Headmaster and The Board Of _

Charles W. HasnlcK of Jack- Manuel E. Keith of Hamptonto make a U-turn on VS-30Isouth. 1971 according to figures released Directors Will Meet At The Garden RestaurantIn
sonville to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. James T. Smoot came to the attention of by the office of State a ?
Comptroller Fred 0. (nudI,Dickinson I- Starke. L
W. Sturgeon for ten acres In Way for land on SRS-100. the police when the two girls
Sec. 27-6-22. $7,000 from Mr. and Mrs. aged 13 and IS, complained.The Jr.Bradford. _
: $4,300 from C. L. Johns of Comer K. Suggs of Jacksonville girls then spotted Smoot's County! received an MONDAY AT 7:30 P.M. Oct. 23
I Starke to Nealy Carter for to Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Thomas car as they were leaving the October allocation of $234.- TERRY WALTERS
I parcel of land on Slt-223. a for a lot at New I Hampton patrol station according to Officer 962, an Increase of over $32- GRADES ONE THRU ELEVEN ,
$2,000 from Claude A. Prescott Beach. tell police.Khoden.Officers and ran gave back chase to 000 above last October's allocation CERTIFIED TEACHERS 1'roft'.r ion ul I'Irologrffpll9'r, /
of Brooker to Mr. and of $202,745.
$1,400 from Mr. and Mrs. '
and arrested Smoot. <* .VEODINGS
Mrs. J. P. Boxter for a lot Martin Einspahr of Keystone found Halter County received $127-
The car was to belongto .
> .
In Ward City. Heights to Sophie I.. Wolf for William C. Shields and had 224, up $1,000. Clay County CASUAL'\ PORTRAITS
$16.000/ from Hrad Feed Inc. lot seven In Santa I'e Shores. been stolen from a service received $438,963, up $62,000over "'
I of Starke to Lucille C. Con- TUITION PER YEARFor
$99,666 from Mr. and Mrs. station on Slt-100 about three last October's allocationof .
ner for 132 acres In Sec. 9-6- of Lake *. YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEEDCALL
Everett W. Roger City miles south of Starke. 8376,676.; Inlon County received -
21. to Melton Ruth Kirkland and Smoot was turned over to l $73,443. \upaboul.y.1,000.! () Pother Information Call
$23.483 to Mr. and Mrr, 178-0414 COLLECTOAINESVILLErAVFTER
Marklee Starling for land In Bradford County Deputies Ho-
The state distributed some 752-7481
bert Green and Glen :Moore at $55.5 million to Florida's 67 ( ) 5:00: P.tf.HS .
the site of the arrest. The public school systems from thestate's
found evidence In the
deputies .
fund for Instructional "

""ul (:'iiuitnnnlni ,"i"ft$,, car a break-In which connected early Wednesdaymorning Smoot to, salaries, transportation and ,, '. .

/ ,...,,,,"..,.,.'nisi, at the Michigan Konch other current expenses during "

Hack taro! nirn'Gih7iranrnt'' : "In1 Bar which on SU.IOO A12t south In change of Starke.was October, \ according:* or*,ComptraUW'WcklnsoiU -' ;j",,\-. 5loriJa Bant At Si; rt: ,:

Vote taken from two pttil! tables anda The state's Minimum1 t 'foundation ; :: : l
juke box.I.ater Program divides funds
Chief Depot! Dolph appropriated b> the Florida Legislature
FRANKWIL'LIAM Reddish learned the two Starke to the counties according STARKE FLORIDA i:' :'
girls had been picked up to a formula based on ,
Wednesday, bj' Smoot and driven such variables as pupil average
: V south on rs-301 across the dally attendance, and the number -
coun!}' line. Officer Khoden said ,of teaching units.
:Monday however, the two girls \
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES got Into the automobile willingly Largest allocation for October !
went to Dado Count! which .
used and
that no force was ,
DISTRICT 25 that lawmen have since dropped received more than $8! million.
)Rival Count was second with .
kidnapping charges.
IH'.lhbo- i.j1" t
$4.9 million, followed
Smoot arraigned last .
IA '
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week before Count! Judge T,X rough Count! ,' $4.3: million; '' sry v .. e',
Uroward Counl$3.6 million\
Yawn with bond set at $2,500
Thank You Bradford County! each of the charges the' defendant Plnellas Count, *>3.5 mlllln;
waived Orange County, S3.4 million 66
a prelhninaryhearing .
703 ,
a public defender was 1 OG OB S3 g
named to represent him, and the ; 265o42'Sb

III 1 Sincerely Appreciate The Tremendous case was transferred to Circuit \ ur .13.5 50.72 ditut

Vote Of Confidence And Support Given Me In The Smoot Is charged with breaking .

Democratic Primary." and entering with Intent to ;.
commit a misdemeanor oncomplaint ,
I Humbly Ask For Your Continued Vote And b.\', Mrs :Margie ; : ".' ,
Dowling, with breaking and entering -
uset itt
Support. with Intent to commit bnking tl 6j51.21E'4eases ''
grand larceny and,grand larceny 8 'I:, ;
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on complaints by owners tb Resouccegtsail 1,674'257,3' ',:f ) h 1* I :.
of the :o.Uchlg1Ulanch\ and with t ", ; ,:I ,
(P>l. .."I. A."'.\ larceny of an automobile on a d lntece ,: 'j 't 14cccue

complaint signed b\' Shields.WANTED Peceivable - : 14 ,3! "',',,. tSecuciti :. ". ..
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Odor. I BHS My Neighbors

(From Page 1)) Homecoming .........
try. There U no outside ",111 c.
evidence '
of what U In them. (Prom Page 1)) 7 1 u a tl u, % -3z:3; -

to odor or leakage whatsoVr b Sw
ever. Paul Men* of Hampton Lake; \
"* doing ever, thtngpos.aible sophomoresDiane J; r"i.jf 'I
"b? get It (the odor)J subsided 's : daughter of Mr. Clyde Byrd :r.:'-r- \7 <
said Roberson. who I. wRA Keystone Heights! and Kim Hod- / 1
I specialist in operation main.tenanc Nil MS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ',, -
*. and air pollution con- .: ( E.W. Hodges of Hampton LakJunlors *;- : ,-
trol for this type of plant. Joy Louis Andrews, ,. ,
Before being given a state daughter of Mr. and Mrs. La-
permit to operate' 'the renderIng von Andrews. and Brenda Gale ,MI f-"
>plant> here, the company Thompklns, daughter of Mr. "There goes a great sport.
was compelled to post a 50. : and Mrs Ernestine Thomp
'000 bond to Insure that U pollution king both of Starke.Generator.. I
problems occurred they 4flI a PASCINATlNCiJ
would be corrected. i VI '
Officials of the Bradford ry S :J I
County Development Author- .
ity; several :years ago visited

,tional similar Protein>plants operated in other by parts Na- (From Page 1))

of the country and reportedthat
they were odorless. The ago for the 1,750 KW unit. .J
BCDA subsequently approved The city's demand In the hot
construction of the >plant> about summer months has been running -
,I mile north of Hampton. at times above 6.600 KW, r 7 y
t Officials of the company have : above the plant's firm capacity
:contacted several families In ___ ; meaning that If the 1,750 I I t
the:' >plants Immediate vicinity KW Worthlngtonunlt broke down
In the past few days. declaring the plant's demand would exceed -
their Intent to see that the Senior use WBHS Channel 73 to spool their Instructors In Tornado Whirl Com. its capacity.
problem does not occur again fa'sicVnd the* prize' eluded th.m. The ephomorw class' won the fr.shm.n coming The plant's peak capacity Is
now 7,490 KW.Its firm capacity!!
7.490 KW less the 1,750 KW
Feeder Cattle ._ of the Worthington Is 8,740 KW.
That means If the big/ unit
KH Homecoming. went out at a time when the .Y
And Calf Prices demand of the plant Is above
'. (From Page 9)) 5,740 KW somebody on the city Bradford High Homecoming Queen Joyce Lane and escort
Trend Lower power plant would be without Larry Hampton are all smiles lust after the Lawtey senior
three first downs-one by vir- Friday night at home against electricity.; coed was crowned at Tornado Whirl lost Thur.daynight.. 1R1LTER
tue of The council Is still Interested -
a personal foul against
Liberal supplies of feeder Keystone. However the Indians Maranatha.Coach Roy Bayless reports r It Indicated Tuesday night, Miss Lane Is the' first black. homecoming! queen In the \\ ALVAREZ
cattle and calves at southeastern defense began to jell and that defensive ace Todd Bran- in purchasing additional generating history of BHS.
markets met a less broad forced Taylor to punt-whlch capacity; for the plant.
demand during the week end- Ratliff scooped up and literally non will be back In uniform "I still think we need to purchase DOWSING
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and that other membersof FOR
ed Oct. 13 and prices eased shook off and outran the TIgers another unit; Council
somewhat, USDA's Agricultural on a 77-yard TD punt re- In the top tam condition are expected for the 8 to be I"EIIISIlE man One Wiggins said after pr.uliro. which has Just
Marketing Service reports. turn. The PAT run failed and p.m. the meeting. nlMHil ihsnppojirod) from the
the score was tied 6-6. game. Aiiu-riinii" N"I'IIl' 1.1 "dowsing"
This was "the first week In An onside kickoff was re- On Performance Scramble. Most t pi, rsmw under 30 yearn of
STATISTICS nilo " a month or so that predominant covered by Taylor on their own A new United States Auto "' -
KH Taylor From Page 1)) nun I If (, This. is. I the practice of
prices have failed to show 48. On the first play from Club rule may have cost: Gary ( e lixikiiiK fur
strength.\ Factors contributing scrimmage Parham lopped an- First Downs 8 11 Bettenhausen the Indianap to show Ms calf 'at the Bradford with the old uiidriground of a (forked water stick.
to the less urgent demand and other TD pass to Byron and TY 133 320 olu 500. County Fair.
the subsequent mostly steady the Taylor Tigers were In front Yds Rushing 32 140 Gary was leading the race Local businesses,agricultural nS4 ,.. Some individual. Maid thatthey
Yds Passing 101 180 comfortably in one of the mulct. Iniato. water by
to trends Included theseasonally to stay. A Parham run scored and civic organizations who
liberal supplies two points on the PAT. PA-PC-PI 9/18/1 9/21/2 light came on when. signaling theyellow make the 1972 scramble possible tCy h.i/olx\niHl"dixirniiK". ( with n xtiik of
which exceeded any previous After the Taylor kickoff Keystone unts1eAve.5/31.01 1 0 an accident. The pace or by their contributions are: \\.ilrr:, would'Ilioy, "draw"iliiimcd on. that the
week of the year to date. was unable to make a P 5/23 waited for Gary to come Bradford Farm Bureau Starke Kink until pointed\ downward
first down. The Indians punted Penalties 35 S3 around and then led him Shrine Club WInn-DixieStore., 'toward' the w.itIT. Many per.NIIIA -
In the Southeast, compared to the Tigers and after one around the track at the relatively E. I. DuPont de Nemours & uillcd 1 on n "dowser". be-
to one week earlier feeder play Ratllff Intercepted a Par- Score by Quarters: hour slow Other speed cars of 80 fell milesan into Co., Owen Joist of Florida "ie digging' ( ( n well Many
calves trended largely steady ham pass at the Tiger 39. The line behind him. Bradford Chapter of FFA, fiHiiulvtitir., hut there In no
to $1 lower with sales on 200 Indians appeared. to be ready Keystone 0060.6 The procession lasted several Bradford County 4-H Clubs {' %. s xirimric IM.ICMUO thai dowsing
to 300-pound calves In Ten- for their second score when Taylor 0 6 8 8 22 laps at a speed roughly Mid-Florida Hydrocarbons Co., M'.illvurked..
nesse. $2 to $5 lower. Exceptions a fumble turned the ball back 100 miles an bour slower than Florida Bank at Starke, Community Wt i'iin'l;. i liH.itiwitter, but we
were some auctions In over to Taylor.Six racing speeds. Gary later told ; State Bank First Fed- lo limn to Kivi"( Knurl HIT vice.
Florida and South Carolina plays and three first NINDIR..*NDN me the that heat he actually could feel eral Savings & Loan Assoc.of Give! lit a diance! to prove our
in the
which reported a mostly $1 downs later Parham again engine.When. building up Starke, Florida Power & rllunl.'I'hvunly' I wnv, la accomplish -
higher trend. Steers and heifers threw a TD pass, this time the track was clear Light Co., Food Fair Stores, tins, in fir ding business
sold steady tel; SQ* cents to Ronnie Carlisle covering 20 Gary and his fellow driven Starke Rotary Club, Bradford Starke Mayor Carl Hurst (left) cuts the ribbon to the with us
lower for the most parVSlaugh- yards. The score came'' In the received the yellow light H. -Union Cattleman's A IOC.,CI- new Dairy Queen on north 301. Manager Dale Brown
.torcows brought mostly 50- opening moment of play In the stood on the accelerator only vitan Club of Starke, Starke officiates the grand opening of the store Friday morning.
;,cent higher prices while calves. **...fourth quarter.\ .Parham," ) ran the to hear and feel and the cooked Jaycees BPOE 1802 of Starke ,A contest woe, sponsored fcy the Dairy wi
,trended steady to 1 lower. PAT making the score 22-6. stop.engine,- stutter finally Starke )Lion's', ''f'" .. rOn') 1111 wail .".'to ,
'\ ,tone was to have the ball "\I The new.slow yellow light j t eral Land Band of Galhbdvfllela .rawlt'lg' q)9"etlt'pRrfa:) } "l.'fad il. WhlC h iii IoeroA J
\I | Hog prices at the Wee Ks three more times before the \ .. rule was the subject of much Mid-Florida Production Credit ,9'v' ;" ;(I'.M4db!:< EanMellory of Hampton. Bradford High tr.S-301: NORTH 1 ,
',) jClo.e reflected a steady to 25-' end of the game, picking up ? criticism following the race. Assoc., Clay Electric Coop Homecoming Queen Joyce Lane drew the winning ticket
:cent lower trend In the Southeast four first downs but were unable G......... But if it ever saves a life, it Inc., and Florida Hydro far the contest Sunday afternoon. PHONE 964-7500
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Vol 94 No 12 Telegraph Oct. 19, 1972 27-6


Palatka Game One By Bolles BulldogsRomping ScoringLeader Top ){;'

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27-6 over' an outclassed the first half by the Tornado from the large crowd. Ively setting up the first Tornado -
Bolles of Jacksonville defense of Coach Mike Sex- Flynn's second punt was touchdown. Bolles run-

Of team the Bradford High Tornadoes ton. The Bulldogs had no first downed by_ a Tornado on the) Malachi Henry with two !
Year's Biggest won their urn homecoming downs in the first half and only, Bolles five yard 1Ine. 'effect- (See Peg lot) more touchdowns under his belt

after helping the Bradford High
Tornadoes beat Jacksonville's1.
Bolles Bulldogs 27-6, Is still
For leading his area high school ,
4-1 Tornadoes '
1 football scoring.Henry .
who tallied on runs 1

.. ..... of four and 21 yards, now has
"The Palatka game Is 3A district champion.: The mentally prepared for the bat- a total of 68 points which Is
a big game for both echoes braves were beaten by Rickardsof tle." :Tai--- Just four more than Branford'sLee
and Palatka came here last Tallahassee In the state play- PS haa the same backfield they Hatch and eight more than
year as one of the best teamsIn offs last season. had last year quarterback ; i 1 .. Chlenand's Lo DavIs In third

the state without a loss and This season PalatkaSouth Kenny Crews back with a ;year ; < .' ; '. place)
we beat them 7-0" Head won three conference games and more experience.Mike .. .,' .. .. ,. ', Henry has gained more than
Bradford poach David and Carter Is also of '' ,'''tV.'''' ... : ... \ ,,' I 1110 In each this
High Is 3-0 In the conference, one : 'i' .. / yards game
Ilurse on the upcoming game in has lost two non-conference the toughest runners and block- :i1W %!',, ;,\'''ff?,; '!!: \( {; ) ;' i. .. ?:: ,. \\I! ),'',. I\'"" year and has a total of 640
) ( '
Palatka South this Friday night. contests. ers BHS will face all year. ""i\i-\\W"f.1\\ !\\ ; '; ; > ; L : ''''''"''J'iJj. ',":" yards for all games out of 105 i
./' "i"/"i( '; : IFi':1ffte': ; ; : : ." ," ."., ,,, ,, rS ,,
The Braves beat Live Oak In comments :; i; : : ';>t< .,.>i:' carries riving Henry an aver-
"They are still talking about Some of the team : \ :':: ,. ." .,.. ; !R!' .
their then lost to Rick- : .. R \\jif ,: \ ih\P:}\ iti 6.1 yards
that game In Pal atka, and this opener, from the scouting report are: ; ; ; .. .. "lfj'-'" ,,' h ) ( age per carry.
ards (again) and Ocala Forrest. BUS ',' ". ." ," : j '\ ', ,11 ; Henry's biggest night was a-
will be their homecoming. Palatka Is the best team ,' \ . "..'. ". .. : :, : : \ hI h\\' ''
Since have beaten Clay ", '\ J"i, ,\ : : ( \ ; \\ Bolles last Friday whenne
says Ilurse. "People should not they will have faced all year both ". ', ', ; :, '1'.".
High and Orange Park. backs and ""I' ". ': ,' / (I.,' ', ,! ', ,' aS. made a total of 185 yardstotal
be deceived by the fact that running are large ,, '; :; ; I II ..J... (i'i. ... .
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Palatka has two losses from "This will be an emotional quick and the defense must do .' : ( ,;' ," ",\, .: I offense.
their last two competitors." game much like the game between some tackling and they have anagans.lve '. ... h" .K. ,- "
Palatka South Is the defending FSU and Florida," says defense. ," : ... .\ ..'". 'i ; ':i : ;r' The area's top polntmak- I

Florida Star Conference,, Ilurse a "and whoever wins Best Brave receivers are ... :. }".. : ers:
champion and defending Class the ball game will have to be Johnny Williams and Johnny ..... "" ... ,, ,/,.: \ .' :: "" '.'W.. !' "I' ..... PtftlW.. ScfcMlWai P"/,.
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King. The type, defense play- J( ., ;,'' '..iJ '" : / H..ry. Stark ..... ..
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( Match ranftrtf ..... 14
ed by PS Is a three deep zone. j4 .. .... .. .., .. ,' Davit CM.Hnd4wc ................... II
Some of the personnel com- !,,"1.\' '" ': !1JI/! I"",, ',, . J.* .*.>,ln.. Branfard ............ N
ments by the John- ., rl'\ \ '", '''/,. ,,: ... _. _.. wI.V:' :. :....'. snrw O.In..UI .....,......,..1t
report are, QahiitvHIo ..
ny Butts 225 Is big and strong, ," .I't .' '\. ."... \ t--: .., BMTtM::: (.f...:::::::::::
and ,. JmmySmcUMM.V IntMiKlMH: ......,. al
can over power anyone c.a. a.sa.e, o.YY.Mvul..n.
straight ahead. Ted Castmore C' """ '"-"' "" : _end w.. (Si. awl4. ..... .. .5
I Is very strong and tough which ... ",...: aa.dv Lfnnim' Smith Hayiw M. ..t I""M': .32.... : :.3*
makes both tackles very power ,.. .'' ... ,,11!' ', Or.. ...... TranlM .... ......,....*..::11
C. J.ft" ow.'.,. *l -Md.r, Unit ft N
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ful.Kenny .
Crews the quarterback : ...... {WMgI,. (MUM* ................
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Is an excellent runner y OJry N.IMI TraMM: ':...;:::::::::::::.MW.HI
and the option makes him A dl s.k.r. M/.rnK./ .,. MMWM
dangerous a good faker and L. ,.. OMfln HMMMnw :::::::S4

runs the bookleg JM.H wmiMiurai MMiiurm/ ..,..... n
pass. Mrikim Ism, bile otHr ... .
I7; Dan Brlnson 168 pounds. Is With fin. blocking by the tine/ Malachi Henry chargesfor day night against Bolles. ClucH.III 'pkllmM' /,. Ml, ,, .....ro........:j M

the best will back nave that faced the all BHS defense the goal line to make the first Bradford High scar Fri Ort. ., :L ..1C.YM..s;:? .. ::::. .:.\t
year. Many| many nor. with.. II Mini! lie is quick, has excellent bal
ance, and can break any play football game Friday night before 10 yards rushing and did not
long. some 4,000 fans sittingand complete a pass.
"It will be a full house and standing around Bradford Bolles finally got on the

If you want a seat to the game Field. Scoreboard against BUS with '
t you must get there early" Halftime ceremonies saw 5:14: left in the game. The score Taylor Wins 22-6
said Ilurse. Miss Joyce Lane daughter of came on a 15: yard pass play
"One of our (defensive secondary Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Lane of from QB Mark Sterrltt to tight .
) goals Is to hold Pala- Lawtey. the first black home- end Scott Danson. ,
tka's passing game and that Is coming queen In the history of The win leaves the Tornadoes I
what we are working on this Bradford High,Introduced to the 4-1 for the season and facing In
week" said defensive back crowd. She drew an ovation a tough Palatka South team Ha.ndingKeystone
Coach Steve Bushore. from the highly partisan Brad- In Palatka for the Braves'
ford football fans
...... homecoming tomorrow night _. _
Malachl ',twice -
(, .yur3Boilee) Is how 2-3 for the year.
for BHS on runs of four and 21 i
\, yards. Wayne Testone from PLAYBYPLAYBilly Defeat
.Br ld Cort.r meets KU match but wins the,contest and My I his defensive. safety, ; position, Bigham returned Bolles'

gains! good yardage ov.r the 40 yard line of Bolls.Community Intercepted a pass from Bolles short kickoff to the Tornado
I QB Mark Sterrltt and returnedIt 43 to open the game. QB Eddie --
I 76 yards for a Tornado TO. Hazen went to the air on third Keystone HtaJi< Fullback Brad Carter added the down, after Malachl Henry got to find the right combinationto derson to Grayson Incompletepass primarily on the strength of
Bank's NeighborsA final TD from three yards out. five yards In two tries, and hit produce touchdowns last Fri- made It third and seven. Larry Turknett's nine yard run.
Henry the area's leading wldeout Wayne Testone on a day night In their homecoming But a Burner to Grayson pass But the Indians were forcedto
scorer and top ground gainer, 10 yarder In the left fiat fora game with Taylor High Schoolas was intercepted and returnedto punt for the third time.
2-1 Record Leads Ct> carried the pigskin! 185 yardsIn first down. A second third the Tigers from Pierson the Tiger 38, thus endingthe Four minutes and 19 seconds
17 carries a 10.8 yard aver- down pass saw Hazen hit Tes played the role of spoiler In first series of downs for were showing on the clock when
age. Ills performance cameon a victory over the Indians, 22- the Indians.
tone at the Bolles 30 yard Taylor began Its first TD
Small Football I" top another outstandlnggame line; Testone caught (he ball 6, In Keystone Heights. Each team had the ball two drive. Quarterback Parham
Fry In Live Oak last week when at the right sideline and ran Running back Bill Ratllff was more times during the first carried the ball three times
Henry rushed for 197 yards. six yards to the Bolles 24. one of the few bright spots period but each team was forcedto for a total of 39 yards and
Testone caught five passes Staying with the pass Hazen for Keystone u he electrifiedthe punt. On Its third possession had completed for
With two weeks of the season passed to Goodge for the 7.0 from quarterback Eddie Hazen partisan fans in the third Keystone picked up another seven yards prior one to pass his TD
gone. Community, State Bank lead. .. for 66 yards and a 13.2 yard missed on three of four attempts period on a 77-yard TD punt first down on a Henderson to pass from the Indians 28. The
"" the season's On his one completionto return for the Indians' only Grayson pass play but after
finds Its record of 2 I the Coodge Intercepted another average, top per- Taylor score came with Just
formance for the Tornado wide- Testone BHS was caught Ratllff scopped the three more plays were forcedto
best In the Recreation Depart- pass 'and returned it to the core. up 1:05
one : left In the second
I ment's Small Fry League. yard line but KFC was unableto 1 think .I've had enoughnow out and defensive safety.; Tes holding and penalized back to ball between two would-be Tiger punt again. per-
Andrews Drugs and First get It in the end zone. Late .'11 remember my address tone caught passes of 10 and the Bolles 39. From there Gray tacklers and shook off two Falling to get a first downIn iod.Keystone attempted to
Federal are tied for second In the 1st half the Bank team's !" 17 yards to set up the first Flynn punted his first try sailing more as he raced down the the first quarter, Taylor the Scoreboard before the get half on
place with 2-2 records while .. BUS touchdown. high and hitting guy wire sideline on his TD scamper. marched from Its own 20 to ended and made f
KFC Is fourth at 1.I 2. ". (See Page 10)) Bolles was stopped cold In above the field, drawing a laugh The TD tied the score 6-6 the Keystone 19 early in the with Hurner passing a good and effort run-

In last weeks play the Bank but Taylor was able to pro- second quarter after receivIng ning the ball but time
team won a game and then lost duce two more touchdowns via Keystone's third punt. Aid-
out with the Indians their
its 'undefeated status at the the passing route for the win. ed by a 15 yard clipping penalty own 46.Behind. on

hands of Kentucky Fried Chicken Baby Reds Play Wella Tiger quarterback Luther Keystone's defense made 6-0, the Indians came
which was their Initial 'vic Parham accounted for all histeam's its finest showing In halting the battling back In the third quar-
tory. scoring as he passedfor Taylor drive- pushing the Tigers ter Although failing to regis-
At this stage of the league it three TDs. 28. 52., and 20 back
to the 40 and forc- ter a first down on their first
Is evident that the teams are yards and ran for two PATS ing another punt. Taylor made offensive possession- Indians
fairly equal and It remains to But Palatk Wins 6-0 Harold Bryon was on the receiving three first downs In the drive were soon to be on the
be seen as to who will emerge ; end for the first two but failed to score. Scoreboard. .Sheffield punted 37
league champs which Is as It scores and Ronnie Carlisle With less than seven min yards to the Taylor 21. Tay-
should be, says Recreation Bradford High Junior varsity, 6-0 to Palatka South last Tues- the best game we have played shot at the ball but Just ran caught the third Parham TD utes of playing time remain- lor began to drive picking uo
Dept. Director Gene Rayburn., grldders their second day night In Palatka. this year said Head JV Coach out of time. pass. ing In the first half Keystone
RESULTS MONDAY.OCT. ]10- straight game .of the season "I really thought we played Keith Steele talking about the "We moved the ball allover Keystone defense was highlighted began on Its 29 and was able (See Page 7))
COMMUNITY BANK 12 performance of his team Tues- the field blocked as well as by the spirited play of
FIRST FEDERAL 7 day, night. we have all year and played Steve Byrd Bobby Burner Bob-
The Bank team won Its second Badcock: Kitchens "We gave up only; two first within the two ten yard lines by Grayson and Jim Kuykendalleach Branding Iron
game In as many, starts downs on defense and one of all night but couldn't score" made 5-6 unassisted tac-
by edging First Federal 12 those was a penalty; ," said commented Steele. kles. Ratllff and Larry Turk-
7 with all the scoring In the To Victories Steele. "Seemed like every time we nctt each intercepted one pass
second half of play., Romp "We only made one defensive got the ball penalties killed us. for the Indians. Stays
Community, Bank scored earlyin mistake and that was when We had 170 yards In penalties Keystone Head Coach Roy
the second half when Kenneth they scored when we blocked called against us with 10 major Bayless said after the game
Etheridge ran for 35 yards anda Inside where the runner went calls." said Steele.Offensively that the overall team perfor- Bantam Leaguethe
6 0 lead. Badcock Furniture and Kitchens Pujxed to Harold Bishop Mike but bounced off and ran around and defensively mance Just wasn't as good as
First Federal went on'top 7 Tile had easy pickingsIn Norman and Ronnie Thomasfor the end for touchdown," said Donnie Sewell Is doing a tremendous It should be. "The team's capability -
6 on a 15 yard run by Kenny Men's Flag Football action three others. Thomas scored Steele. Job on the defensiveend is far better than what Four games'' Into a 12 game failure of same by Koch.
Clark and the conversion also Wednesday October 11, both two other touchdowns on a Pal atka scored In the fourth and blocking well on offense was displayed tonight," Bay-, schedule finds the Branding Iron Branding Iron's forte today was
by Clark. This lead was short winning and remaining tied for 50-yard return of an Interception quarter with eight minutes left according to Steele less said.Indian Restaurant the only team remaining defense as they were able to
lived though as Etherldge once the league lead with one defeat and a 30-yard run. In the game. BHS took the kick- Randall Hudson and Gary linebacker Todd Bran- with perfect record in contain the leagues most potent
again broke loose for a scoring each. Draw-Tlte. scoreless In the off at .the. 40 yard Une but a Wallace both did a fine Job non, suspended the last two Bantam League Football. offensive team. Defense set up
run of 30-yards. Kitchens. Tile demolished first half scored three timesIn 15 yard penalty, was called against on defense while Hudson removed game by the Florida High School Attaining that record has not Branding Iron's only touchdown.
.Gem ,Jewelry 52-19. Willie the second half with Tom th'>m and the ball was a fumble.A Athletic Association returns been easy as two of those wins Wade Winkler intercepted a
ANDREWS DRUGS 6 Grlggs had a field day In Russell passing once to Ricky taken back to .the. 25 of BHS., new team of ninth graders this week and will play against were decided by .the. margin of pass and returned It to the 10-
RFC 0 the passing department for the Curtis and. twice to Leon Man- With three 15 yard penalties will have their own games Maranatha Friday night, reports one point. yard line and on the next play
Andrews Drugs won Its second winners throwing seven touch- ning. as well as playing Thursday, Bayless. "Brannon Is a Big win for"the restaurant Winkler swept end for the score
game In three starts handIng down passes and three conversion Badcock's and Kitchens provided plaguing them the Baby Tor- night during the regular JV real leader on the field," Bay- team came last week when they and then passed to Phillip Hall
KFC their second consecutive : attempts. On the other they do not get upset will nadoes took the ball down to games. This Is to give ninth less said, "and his return will met Koch's Drugs and came for the conversion.
) loss; 6-0. end of the scoring passes were meet each other Wednesday. .the. 15 yard line of Palatka and graders football experience for be a welcome sight." away with a-6. victory. Koch Mike Kitchen threw a scoring -
Barry Thomas made the only; Steve Thomas Randall McGee, Oct. 25, to decide,who will goon fumbled.\ They got one more next year. tIOOTBAU' ts now 3-1. strike to Greg Williams
scoring play of the) game late O), Ronnie Griggs, Gene Melvin top. These two teams will PLAY BY PLAY Conner Insurance holds down the covering 40 yards but the
In the final period when he and Ricky Bennet. meet three times during the CONTEST Taylor received the opening third place having won one game conversion attempt failed and
"busted one" for 25 yards Gene Melvin scored s six nine game season. In the first kickoff and began Its series of while losing three. Conner has Branding Iron had a 7.6 win.
RESULTS WED. OCT. 11- pointer returning: an Interception meeting Badcock turned back ., downs on Its own 42 yard line. lost one game by one point and CONNER INSURANCE 13
KFC 1$ 72 yards. Extra points Kitchens with surprising ease, A CarUsle run netted seven one by two points STARKE BUILDERS 6
COMMUNITY BANK 0 were scored by Larry Mercer 25-7. yards but on the next play .the. Starke Builders has yet to win Conner Insurance and Starke
Kentucky Fried Chicken" gained McGee, Willie Grlggs and Ronnie Badcock and Kitchens are tied Tigers were penalized five In four games but they must still Builders were both winless goIng -
Its first win of the year Criggs. after four games with 3-1 records sioochsi"EVERY yards for Illegal procedure be reckoned with. Into this game and after Its
shutting out none other than the A Mark Mllner pass to Robert Gem Jewelry and Draw- making It second: and eight RESULTS TUESDAY OCTO- completion Conner bed a 13 .. S
undefeated league leading Community Nobles a Mllner run, and a Tile are tied for..the. last two Parham then fired his first BER 10BRANDING win to put In the books.

Bank 130.Interception Dwight Elder to Roger Chllson loots wlthldentlcall-3ncordl. pass of the game Indians'tiarr. IRON 7 Only score of t the. first half

of passes was the pass accounted for Gen Jewelry SCHEDULE:, Wed. Oct. 25: WEEK Intercepted by the KOCH DRUGS 6 came when Doug Reddish scored
key to this gam. ,J Goodge set up the first score Badcock's Marcus Rnoden Badcock vs pm. Despite a five yard penalty teams were undefeated and they Lundy then passed to Ricky
when he intercepted and ran It was Just too much for Draw- Gem Jewelry Nov.vs Draw-Tlte I Draw-Tlte 9 STBASECTICK against Indies Illegal lid put on quite a contest: with Johns for a 7 0 lead. In
back to the 9-yard line. On Tlte to contend with. Khodenformer p.m. Wed. : procedure, the madefirst a /the margin of victory coming Icon u.u pay, aurfce Bulld-
a Mississippi State vs Badcock, 7:30.: GemJewelry Sheffield with the successful) conversion
the next Jerry Lock went
into the end tone and Lock then Star ran foe two t touch-downs, .. Kitchens. 9 p.m. down.Another Sheffield attempt by Branding Iron and (See Peoe 10))
Oct. 19, 1972 Telegraph Page 9

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Tornadoes Played Well Against; Bolles Bulldogs I

"Tin boys did a good Job ter Ma pass Interception, Ter- long as our receivers con Coach Nurse- Redding. "Terry Hayes did a good
overall both on defense and ry Hayes Wayne Lambus and 'Cff eivdy our to work hard on correct "Everybody did a real good Eddie Haven threw the ball Job. Vernon Barber old hU ry Hayes, and Randy GasMns
often. **. Our technl ie l. Im Malachl Henry; threw key blocks game is helping us move and'U we feel that our pus- Job on the front offensive line,,"' 19 times and completed It eight consistent fine Job," according at tight end. Bob Dyal at nose- j
proving. said Head Tornadobmcs to help him cross the goal line. ball In difficult situations game will Improve," said said offensive line Coach Butch for 85 yards for a 42 >percent'> to Redding. Gary, Melvin at Rooster )' MelvIn and Steve I
-Hurse commenting on "Our defense was a lot more average and a 10.5 average strong guard Steve Register at the tackles, and 1
tile performance 01..til. Tornado cohesive. Our boys are beggingto gain throw. at center, Wayne. Lambus and Wayne Lambus and Vernon Barber -
grlddera Friday night a- play as a unit and play with Tornadoes Roll. Bantam. '. and T stone caught that Randy GasMns all did a fine at linebackers.
galnat Bolles who lost 27-0. each other very well," said the eight passes.for 63 yards: ) Job Friday night "We got some good defensive
"I thought the backfleld of Hurse. The pass defense Is (From. Pee..-9nlfl (From" Page 9)BRANDING ) and an average gala of 10.5 "We put our leftort out of our back up people
reserve; people'In
Malachl Henry, Eddie Haien, also better at this stage than also. Chuck Norton and Greg '
IRON 18 some of the positions with '
and Brad Carter did a fine It has been, added Hurse. hark Jim "Our pass blocking and our 'Reddish particularly said
down, and Bolles Jay Chase re STARKE BUILDERS 13 Chuck Norton and Greg Red- I
Job. Henry ran the ball 185 "I'm very pleased with the up the BHS middle- for five execution: was pretty; good this Sexton
covered. real fine ball
Iron and Starke playing
;yarda In 17 plays Kazan calleda work of Gray Flynn at the ;yards on first down, but then QB Sterrltt again went to Builders Branding met for the second week," commented Redding. Tames," said Bedding. Brad Carter and Carl back Luther -
good up
he has
ball mixed the monster position as Tornado gave
good game, the defense cut the
the air having decided
well and threw well, done a good Job of adjusting) From apparently time and league leader Branding Small' performances, added Sexton
plays up Bulldogs off. his 10 yard Ms running wasn't Fry "Our big game Is this week
with 18 13
game .
Iron an ,
and Carter looked good running to 111I1'poslUcn.," said Hurse. line Bobby Ralston punted out going to He completedone came away and we will have to pick up Vernon Barber la leading the
the ball," commented Flynn has also done a good of bounds on the Bellas 36, a move.to Miller hard fought victory. their blitz," added Redding. Tornadoes In tackles with 24 i
led halftime
Builders at
pass a screento Starke
Hune. Job of punting. He has had a 26 kick. the right Hat but Wayne 7-6 after Jeff Jockel (Pram; Page 9)) and 33 assists while Bob Dyal j
Wayne Testone did a good hard rush a few times but From the Bolles 36, BHS Lambaa andVernonBarbertac- "We got a good steady performance Is second with 10 tackles and
ball and still able to get the ball fullback and Randy Corbin had combined the end zone for A touchback. Lambus has j
Job of receiving the was Brad Carter tore off kled him for On out of our defense 17 assists. Wayne
running with It when he got off, according to Hurse. Billy tackle for six yards. Hazen down Sterrltt no gain. sec- on a 50-yard bomb and Joc- Final score of the game came last week In the Belles came." 10 tackles: and 15 assists while'
It, according to Hur... BIgham and Ronnie Hall have lost two yards trying to pass, one over, kI ran for the extra point. when BUI Goodge Intercepted said defensive line Coach Mike Wayne Testone has 10 and sev I
the head of wide receiver David in
Iron's the of the and
Branding score his third pass game I
76 af been switching off the corners Sexton
On Testone's yard run then converted another third
down play Into a first down by Tanner. On third down Ster first half came on a 10yardrun this time he took It 25-yards "We have become consistentas en."Half way: through the season
hitting Wayne Testone with a rltt threw to the right Hat and by Wade Wlnkler. Into the end tone. far as our defense play Is the defensive secondary: la now
10 ;yard pass In the left flat Tornado Wayne Testone playIng The second half clearly concerned" said Sexton. I felt playing as one unit.Cray Flynn,
at the Bolles 22. his defensive safety; spot belonged to the Branding Iron. FIRST FEDERAL 25 we did a good Job of getting' Henry, Testone, Blgham and
Henry; was stopped for a yard Intercepted at the BHS 24 ;yard A U-yard; run by Angle Fox ANDREWS 12 to the Belles passer. ,I also Hall are becoming confident:
gain on first down and Hazen line. gave the restaurant team a 12 First Federal pulled Into a tie felt we did a good Job against of their ability; and the ability;
overthrew GrlFI'M In the Testone started up the sideline 7 lead and a punt re turn a of 30- for second: place by handing Andrews their running' game. of each other, said defensive
,',' \ and a wall of BHS block- yards by Wade Winkler made It Its second: loss 25 12. back Coach Steve Busbore.' '
right flat on second down. Facing ,
developed In front of him. Tee 186. First Federal led athalftime "These four did an outstanding
another third down situation
tone slowed down to follow the Starke Builders scored on 13-0, added 12 points In the "I felt Uke Vernon Barber Job ,In the Bolles game,"
the BHS quarterback again blockers, and cut behind the of the along with the rest of the front
the final play game a second: half. All of Andrews said Bushor TIm Crews asa
went to Testone for
I 17 a final Bolles man to have( a Jockel: pass to Ricky Normanto scoring. came In the second: seven turned In a good Job" fill In for Testone also dida
that covered .
pass1 yards.Testone .of defense last Friday night
chance'at him,"again following make It 18 13. half. to Bu-
fine Job, according:
caught the ball at the .
a Tornado block, and then out Kenny Clark scored two of said Coach Sexton The front
Bolles 7 and stayed on Ms ran the Bulldogs for a 76 yard KOCH DRUGS 14 the winners touchdowns on nine seven has given steady, performances shore."The defensive secondary
feet for three more yards before -
in the last three
being knocked out of bounds touchdown run. Melvin kicked CONNER INS. '12 of 10 and 15-yards.; Clark passed knows they will have to play
ball games, according: to Sex-
Koch Drugs maintained Its MuH'toratouchcIoWD
at the four yard line. to Kenny one of their best games to win
;,,1, On first down Henry went the extra point and BHS led hold on second. place by edging and Ricky; Edmondson ton. Friday, night,"- according: to
Tight tackle. Hit at the 20.0 with 4:11: left In the first Comers 14 12 but was hard added one on a 25 yard run The front Busbore.
half.Tornado pressed as Conner played In- after a pass Interception. Kenny ."
line he refused to go down,
but slid awlfrom\ Bolle's Tom- coaches substituted spited ball.Canner McNeal scored the only conversion -, -
Constantine and fell Into the liberally thereafter. led 6.0 at half time of the game on a pass
my DRIVE-t aRE
Henry was the big gun on 301 [ ;
endzone. Gary Melvin added with a 40 yard run by Billy from Clark.
the final Bradford touchdownIn '
Lundy doing the damage. Barry Thomas got both' of
the first of his three extra
point kicks and BHS led 7-0 the third period. The drive Kochs took a 7 6 lead when Andrews scores on runs of 10 STARKt, FLA
started from the Tornado 39 Mike Kitchens fired a scoring and 25 :yards.SCHEDULE. PHONE 964-7484
with 3:55 left In the first -
: quarteA
) L 'ii' after a Bolles punt went out strike to Dinky KIlby and Kit Monday Oct. SHOWTIME 7t ts P.M.
second Gray Flynn punt of bounds after going only 18 chens passed to Greg Williams 23C.. Bank vs KFC, 3:43; CLOSFD ON TOES. WED. THURe

was downed on the Bolles two yards. to make the conversion good. First Federal Vs Andrews 5pyn. '
: 1 early In the second period. Henry got five yards over Conner went back on top with Wednesday, Oct 25: C. FRI.-SAT. OCTOBER .2021DOUBLE
right tackle and was hit by
'< ,,' Three procedural penalties Lundy's second score of the Bank vs Andrew., 3t5.KFC
;;::' ; ,' three Bulldog tacklers. Full- vs First Federal 5
for 12.7
-t./i'; : ; :: pushed the ball back to the one back Carter got five day\ a lead. pun.
yard line, then out to the sU, a first down at the 11101.49. FEATURE:,

'.:. 'r ,j .... ," then linebacker back to stopped the three.Bolles Tornado Mil side Then In Henry his; went usual over under.control the right-

ler for a yard gain as Miller running style; which Is faster ? 2 s THE HOTTEST Tom.ONES
tried to circle the BHS right than it looks. He broke > FLORIDA THEATRE
end. Then Bobby Dyal and Ran-
'df away\ for 30 yards, the long (
dy Caskins broke through to est run of the night exceptfor > STARKE FLA. I n i
toss QB Sterrltt for a three ,
Cray Flynn can't quit make It to tKlt on* from Hasen yard loss, back to the one, Testone's, and was Interception finally> hauled return RAQUEL.

but make a good try at ft. as he rolled left trying to pass. down at the ,Bolles 29 by Scott ,jf. HONE 984.5451 YELCH.
Ralston punted 27 yards out Danson. ?
------ -------- to the Bolles 28 and Wayne
I Hazen kept the pressure on,
Testone returned eight yardsto KANSAS CITY
..t ,B & F Electrical & Equipment Co. I: the Bolles 21 with tacklers for hitting 13 yards Testone,then on sending a pass Henry good FEATURE ,
spilling all over him.
I over the right side for 13 moreto
.1 On first down Henry broke
the Bolles three yard line. BOMBER0
Complete Wiring Repairs of I through line, dodged several Fullback Carter carried the '" f
TUo's company..Thr...moll rc/
tacklers, and scored the sec- /
t Industrial, Commercial and Residential final three yards managed to
I ond BHS touchdown. Melvin "
get the pigskin over the goal ..MM*90 KM.of t
I NEW AND USED CONTROLS""" t missed that' point after and under a big pile up. The TD / I:6'L
MOTORS AND BHS led 13-0 with 7:28: left came with 6:07 left In the third lov..ar.ea116a.o .
i SWITCH EQUIPMENT r In the second quarter. period. Melvin added the point ( :
Bolles was stopped on three after and BHS led 270. @
I 24-Hour Service i straight |ocpaiple.tepawes: and Bolles' touchdown tafrteOW:, 'O "l1 ,... ,
I Phone Keys one.4L3-3155.! .. the Tornadoes got the ball the fourth period after guard *nftVfe .0. !It tD "1 ijcool
,' ', t back on their. own;,$O. Henry Mark Elsinger recovered; : M.; ci Bubba Wells" MF1110rblOR
( ) : Manager I '' .' ,1. : MDMI
..I.,.... I and Carter got five yards each Tornado fumble on the Bolles l!!\! ,. ifIJ SlAi |"03''tlT""jU, ,!<;;::x ..' t
-- -- ----- ------. and a first-UoWn'TirWBHS\ 18 ;yard line ending BHS Varsity ? .HALl THOMPSON MCHMUIUWEY ,/yA y-,
40, but Henry; fumbled on first ; drive that appeared destined INGl SCHONER eoI"GEDRGE",._"",", y

-- -- for a fifth BHS score film' for the whole family,filmed entirely in the Swiss Alps. *, Sunday Monday Octobftr'22-23
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Running back Jim Miller got L,.lb w'1111''. MOIMCtlCM A Mt IMO OM* MtHNIMMM CMItM MOOUCfnM .... UftSJS. MAJS/
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then quarterbacks Don Buell .
and Mark Sterrltt, alternating
Sugar Cano Workers For South Florida Glodai AreaOCCUPATION plays\ went to the air. Using on the creator if"dm Millies Tssn I C."_ their met iljiHtte spectacle.. -plus-

the ning swing back pass Chris Sterrltt Pineda hit on run-a ,.". ,. ooh + I I v "" it.

pass good for 13 yards before A"" 'I' tiMWR "OR. MASHER"; :
BHS' Lambas made the stop. DINOSAURS jX j- j
,. WAGE RATES Buell then hit Pineda the
HEEDED opposite side on another on swing ..fin'''I.ED THE EARTH" VICTORIA VETRI Rated -18 yrs. Up ADi.5..
pass for seven yards before ;'K.Mey.mtwlrfXf :, '1 I

CANE CUTTER 8,307 L85; Per Hr. Minimum him.Wayne Testone came up to stop --

LEAD MEN 154 2.10 Per Hr. Minimum

COOKS 93. 2.10 Per Hr Minimum, STATISTICS

First Downs 15' 4

12 2.10 Per. Hr. Minimum Yde Rushing 233 10 1
LABOR CAMP Yds Passing 88 110 fll

PC-PA-PI 8.19-1 9-18-1 / I
Fumbles Lost 2 0 M o
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I IH H -a Hampton Area News -.....-- ...-_....-------------.....Love Bugs: And Honey Bees...,..--------------------- I t

CITY NEWS By Evelyn V. Pow.ll According to F. A. Robinson kill love bugs, nor are there applied the areas were carefully limited. So the beekeeper may
Our new City officials were Burns attended Associate Aplculturist and any plans for such a program surveyed and where any have a personal Interest In
worn In Tuesday. Oct. 10, with light from the old car will be and Mr*. Music Show In Dr. L. C. Kultort. Entomologist In the future not at least numbers of foraging bees were seeing this pest brought Under -
i all outgoing officials present transferred to It. a Country last Saturday AQdcuuthe Institute of Food until much more Is known about seen that area was not treat control.
J Lillian Ingenlath former City. Ex-Mayor Arthur Bruno Jacksonville and Sciences,University this Insect and Ita habits. ed. These researchers also point
1 Clerk reported the City's the 8ftnIn Mrs. Lynn Hall of Florida. Gainesville, Dr. Kulterfs present experiments According to Robinson and out that other possible control
..\ ..t. financial condition u the best sppecl meeting M Its. $70 Mr. and af fU"IWlllU11I8J'ri- recent publicity about love bugs and small plot tests designed Kultert In addition to begina techniques are and will be tried
Inl.ears. cost to the City each officialIs attended Mr. and Mrs. A.Iron !. and attempts to control them to see If the adult love great nuisance the love bug and that before any method or
budget was first paid $10 for each meeting by: of Starke for Mr. have caused much confusion bugs could be attracted to a may be a serious competitor material Is recommended for
set up for the coming year, but he attends). Motion was then Harrison and Mrs. Henry Anderson.Mr*. and consternation,. particularly treated area In sufficient numbers of the honey bee for nectar general use, Its. effect on honey
, later reduced to$20,000.The made by Ted Curtis and seconded Anderson formerly employed among the beekeepers of to significantly; reduce the bees and on the whole environment
.1 new Council: plans to continue by Ralph Truer to at Stump's Department the eUta. population In surrounding particularly during the fall when will be carefully consi
with Improved street waive any payment to the Council .Store All of Stump's employees areas Honey was one of the available sources of nectar are dered.BILL'S .
lighting, drainage control, and' for that meeting. alto Dr. Kultert and Prof. Robinson materials that have been triedas
street repair. A motion was Ralph Trlsler declared the attended the dinner stressed that at this time the attractant and the tests I -- -- ....- -- ..... -- -.
carried to have the City's books new Car necessary to clamp Jack and Socorro irvin of there Is no general control have been restricted to a few
PLANTS audited and to hire a new City and reckless In Alachua County.
jQ down on speeders Spencer AFB. Moultrie, Ga. program, using poisoned honey small areas -
I Attorney since Elzie Sanders drivers In the area of Fred and Nllde or any other material to Before any treatments were C.B. RADIOAND
j PKG.25. will be unable to continue In The next meeting will be November were Sachet guests last weekend. SocorroIs I
this position. 7, In the Hampton City of
! PANSIES COLORSTO Although the condition of the Hall at 8 p.m. from Ntlde's home town EQUIPMENT
police car was discussed the Arcoverde Brazil.Congratulatlonl .
I CHOOSE FROM Council closed the meeting SENIOR CITIZENS Scramble winners.to I'll our try Calf to NEW COURSE IN ART 321 N. T.mpl. Ph. 964.8346 or Ph. 964.8361

without resolving the Issue.At Senior Citizens will meet Oct. for
have all their names you
CARNATION' a special meeting call- 20 at 7:30: p.m. at the Hampton next week. Drawing, Charcoal, Water And Oil Painting DISTRIBUTOR P
ed October 16,Marshal Parker City Hall. Sympathy, to the family' of
CALENDULA and Ted Curtis cjuotedprices Continued use of the hall on PEARCE SIMPSON PRODUCTS
Mrs. J.G. Adklns who passed
of new cars available at Ford the first and third Fridays of at the Macelenny Nursing Monday & ;Wednesday 7 To 10 P.M.
MIXED and Chevrolet. each month was granted to the away Home last Sunday morning. COMPLETE LINE OF ANTENNAS SPECIALISTSBASE
Marshal Parker's report that' Club by the new Council.
Hereon, Gerald and daughter, Class To Students and MOBILE RADIOS
the present car Is In terrible Grace Beal live In Hampton. 15
Strawberry condition and that he can hardly MORE ANIMALS
Dinner for the family was MAGNETIC SIGNS
In the road at 40 mph BEING POISONED
hold It
of the
prepared by the ladies Plus Call 96 -6150 To
was challenged by former Mar- Over the past couple weeks Hampton Christian Church last MADE TO ORDER ON THE PREMISES
25 PKG. elt shal Ralph Vaughan who said he several more dogs and cats Tuesday. ,
had driven the car'at various have been poisoned In the City.
speeds up ,to 90 mph with no Persons administering poison
problems. or leaving access to poison! on
CABBAGE Arguments from several citizens their property are guilty of a
present that a tune-up new felony punishable by up to five NO. :
COLLARD tires and radio for the presentcar ;years In the State Penitentiary
should be sufficient In view upon conviction. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA OFFICIAL
of the small area of the City Up to date if s only been .. ,
was overruled by a 3 to 1 vote mothers comforting their child
50 PKG. by the new Council to purchase ren while they watched a beloved PRECINCT NO.

i a new car at Chevrolet. pet die In agony, but how NOVEMBER 7, 1972
Cost of the new car Is $3,000 long before someone has to
ONION over and above the$850 trade- try and comfort a parent whose
in allowance for the old car. small child has come In con- SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR STUB NO.1 1
SPAINISH CRYSTALWAX The new car will also have to tact with the poison?
be equipped with a police There's a more humane way
radio >a cage and siren. The to handle the problem of unwanted -
\00 Pktv ,:59ONION fences keep animals out as wellas ISSUING

with your water hose will per- ILl
SETS Nr'w manently discourage most animals ,
ii( from frequenting ;your V, '. ."
lb. .39YE yard.There's. : NOVEMBER 7,1972 '' > 'lt .
t probably a special .(l'; NO. .:' A ?'.,:'
( corner of Hell reserved for the t I. ... STUB NO. 2 ",_
heartless ones who so freely ,,, .,',
GRASS! Jeo cause heartbreak to his fellow '
; ,
man and such an agonizing deathto : :Y (:;: :
: ." ; \ ;
SEED any creature. .. .c;; OFFICIAL BALLOT .
"" ) ; ..' : .ft f f'f
) THIS .N THAT .' .
Don't forget to keep Oct. 28 ;. 1

100 lb. open to attend your school car- BRADFORD COUNTY. ./ ,;. ",'
e99arse FLORIDA
". (+nOC) :. nival.
Mr. and Mrs.W.Fontaine will '"
assist In the Costume Judging PRECINCT NO. .'

Ii after the parade.Mr. NOVEMBER 7, 1972
and Mrs. Johnny Allen

and Mary Lee Allen have mov- To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot place a cross (IX) mark in the square at the RIGHT ol the name of
ed back to Hampton from Santa the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a write in candidate write his name in the blank space provided for that purpose.q5) .
Ifp 1M1>< Barbara Calif. Mrs. Allen Is
t the daughter of Dan Johnson.

.ONDUN BRIDGE-San- ,Mr.,and Mrs..John- Hall and ., ELECTORS; ."'. lOT'; ')'1>'" LEGISLATIVE NO. 2CONSTITUTIONAL
( ,
family; of Atlanta.' Ga. spent fl. ., fru-.a: i'"rc t'l' 11.1:10110: ..
--, $* :cotton..lstut. allctl'ckl'cluut'tnll ) /. ; .. .,. AMENDMENT
," rcd-and'white thweekend' wltAIMrTHairsparent's l L a: Jr* President" )njMemJ! >erj I o
', Mr..and( Mrs..Lynn House'of .
reindeer Pflnt..Jy'Y9Ung. 1: and Vice-President State Representatives ARTICLE XII. SECTION 9a( )
land the dross is styled with Hall. They attended the Calf
white bib front pointed. collar Scramble In Starke. (Vote for Group) _15t House District Natural Resources
Conservation and Out
USE and cuffs. Mrs. Margaret Cn Beverlyand
John Crawford and Mr. DEMOCRATIC PARTY one door Recreation Proposing an amendment
WITH ALL PLANTINGSALL - - -- -- _.. to Article XII Section 9a of the Florida
----------- ------- ( )
ORGANIC GEORGE McGOVERN _FRANK WILLIAMS (Oem) State Constitution authorizing the issuance
Make Meatloaf For President
How To
WILL NOT BURN of bonds to acquire lands, water areas and
Best You Ever R. SARGENT SHRIVER S PAT HOLLIDAY (Rep) related resources and to construct, improve,
Vice-President enlarge and extend capital improvements
5 lb. --- .95
and facilities for outdoor recreation, natural

10 Ib. 1.59 REPUBLICAN PARTY resources conservation and related purposes.,

Ate't RICHARD M. NIXON PROPOSED REFERENDUM AND ...,....-= .-==T_ .......... ..=,_ .
251b.24 For President AMENDMENTS TO THE

SPIRO T. AGNEW CONSTITUTIONOFTHE __ .__ __._.___ .__._ ..__1
For Vice

+ Oet. I Is ga WRITE-iN VOTES FOR ELECTORSFOR -T--. -.w : ;:.'

t I EiJ The Month 'PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT Mark a Cross (X) Mark in the square at the NO. 3CONSTITUTIONAL

Vote for each right FOR the Referendum and Amend

k Per Cretan i ih1 ments or AGAINST the Referendum and AMENDMENT


NO. 1 Initiative Proposing an amendment to

REFERENDUMEndangered Article XI. Section 3, of the Florida State

Constitution relating to initiative and

'Ute New And Have A providing that the revision or amendment
Lands and Parks Chapter 72of any portion of the Constitution on one

Nicer Lawn Next Spring. 300, Laws of Florida, provides for the subject may be proposed by initiative of
Meatloaves are family cooking of the best kind-savory,satisfying
economical.' But there's a world of difference between a acquisition of environmentally endangered the people and providing procedure with
2,500 Sq. F.t.5.95 meatloaf that is just so-so, and a masterpiece of the art. Turn lands through the issuance of state bonds respect thereto.
to thin. newly-created recipe to make an incomparable meatloaf faith
the full and
credit of the
pledging state
Coverage delicious in flavor perfect in texture. To brine out the
real heartiness of the beer flavor. Accent is used and this important not to exceed two hundred million dollars FOR THE AMENDMENT
ingredient also blends all the flavor and seasonings ($200,000,000)) in the principal amount .
together. Treat your family to the top of the meatloaf art.
... Meatloaf including any refinancing: and additional AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I Li S
for outdoor recreationlands
1 egg IV4 cups soft bread crumbs state capital projects
Oct. Is'Tha 2 teaspoons Accent, -j cup tomato juice through the issuance of state bonds
1 teaspoon salt J/4 cup finely chopped celery pledging the full faith and credit of the
Month \ 'A finely chopped onion NO. 4CONSTITUTIONAL
\ pepper cup
OaTNO'i 1 teaspoon dried leaf thyme 1 cup shredded Swiss state, not to exceed forty million dollars .
For 2 teaspoonaprepared cheese ($40,000,000)) in the principal amount, AMENDMENT
mustard 2 pounds ground beef chuck including any refinancing. ARTICLE XII. SECTION 9
Beat egg lightly in medium bowl; add Ac'eent salt pepper!,
; \VOICK thyme, mustard, bread crumbs and tomato juice. Mix until all
ingredients are very well blended. Mix in celerv. onion and School and Junior College Buildings-
Tdc : cheese. Break up ground beef and add to bowl; mix lightly but FOR THE REFERENDUM I I Pablo an amendment t* Section 9 of
OIL thoroughly with a fork. A meatloaf shaped like a roast is easy
to do. Just take an 18.inch piece of 12-inch wide waxed paper, ----r-::::: Article XII of the Constitu' >n, continuing
put meat mixture in center, and fold paper over meat to make AGAINST THE REFERENDUM I I the use of part of the re" .:lue from the
ends meet. Hold ends of paper: with other hand push meat licensing of motor vehicles for public school
mixture toward fold forming a roll. Lilt waxed paper, fold
end of meat toward center repeat pushing and shaping until and junior college capital outlay and debt
Spray Your Shurbs Now smooth compact roll. 12 to 14 inches long, is formed. Slide roll service purposes, and prescribing additional
onto baking sheet or shallow baking pan. If a loaf shape and a methods of distribution and use thereof.
And Kill Insects AndS.calo
moister meatloaf are desired press meat mixture lightly into
9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake uncovered 375F.. oven 1 hour
That Would C. Thru to 1 hour and 10 minute.
The Winter,Sucking.The YIELD: servings.. '. '.

Life From: .u, Shrubs ';'t'' t. .. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT n
----------r STATE ,

t Commissioner ',' vii.
Pt. .1- .. I',
FOOTBALL CONTEST Florida Public Service; Commission ,, NO. 5CONSTITUTIONAL

(Von for one) AMENDMENT



Homestead; exemptions Proposing an
$100 CAS PAULA F. HAWKINS (Rep) d." amendment to Article X, Section 4 of the
dilmAo ) Florida State Constitution; providing for

1STo EVERY WEEK I!1 ',. the minor devise child.of the homestead if there no

ONTJRe', t SEE ., -
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M 'Snowballs To Oranges' Describes 'I T ;tlIffIl{

Starke As It Was In 1894 ; will be sure that per

are soft (if of the a-
type; ) before using
Th following description of RESOURCES OF STARKE (The 1,500 figure Is obviously ward toward the Suwanne and ; will find them sweet
Starke and vicinity appeared In AND VICINITY an error something Ilk Gulf. taste that Is differ
a book "Snowballs to Oran- 500 would have been more near- delicious. The follow
..*.." by Hln! K. Ingram Commercial drummers who ly correct.) This town Is on of tile oldest are only sugges
published la 1894. TIle book are best posted, say Stark as well the newest In the may be used
WM subtitled "From tile Icy Is one of the very best business Located on main line of the State, Its population being composed of any fresh fruit In,
North to tile Land of Flow- points In the State. Fl and Peninsular of citizens from a dozen Ii creams and des
Railroad and within six _
era" and wu an account of different states of t tile Union.
traveling miles of Georgia Southern and _
Editor's note: tk
from New York to Florida
e "Florida salesmen were called "drum Florida Railroad The new Atlantic Substantial brick business
Short over Line" composed new of the mers" In the days when this Suwannee River and Gulf houses, well stocked adorn the PERSIMMON'
book was written.) Railway connects at Starke with main street; handsome cottages -
and Florida .
Railway *
Pennaylvanla laid Florida Central and Peninsular and residences are surrounded { .... orange flavored
Central & Peninsular RaD- Population 1892. 300; population Railroad and Is now by ample plats of orange os kfi 1 cupful of warm or,

road. 1894, 1500. In operation twenty miles west- groves, roses vegetable (as directed on

gardens, pear, peach, plum i package), 3/4 cupful
pecan, strawberry and other Juice 1 cupful 1 rlced
: : ) : fruits. pulp lettuce may.
: :
,,MiltJitlThose'!, : i The Bradford County High
\ School located here, has now gelatin in water (as

.. -- -, 275 pupil Presbyterian, Baptist Stir mixture until ge
Methodist, Christian IUTdEpI.copal dissolved then add
churches dot the Juice.When this mix-
town. beginning to congeal
Put Into
The town Is located In the ring molds or one
Illegal SignsA midst of an extensive undulating and place In the
plateau, one of the highest to become firm.
points In East Florida. This molds time to be-
letter from reader at Keystone r
a Is what Is known as the "flat firm or the
To Ride
Heights last week posed some pine-woods"' section, but the Heady lost. When ready to
questions about political signs placed vlAJ soil Is a compact loam witha out on crisp let-
illegally along our streets and highways clay subsoil and It Is especially the center with cot-
after the adapted ,to.tIUTd. and top with may
and then there
drought, such as has affected .. Many of the old photographs published in the ;
fade and eventually rot
election to the State In recent years. ",::1 were th. work of Hoover Bros., one of' whom ( )
after creating an unsightly mast NS
away A
shown horo the Model! ,
With abundance of Inspecting snaity coup.
for months. pun wa- Peel and slice
many ter and natural drainage' the ;-r":: by a friend Dr. Coff.e of Arcadia. Small boy behind persimmons. Sprink

asked healthfulness and coolness are "I fender is Don Hoover whose foth.r Frank,was the a small amount
The :
questions were remarkable. Farmers raise a- t. ) \ half of the photography team and was probably behind serve with cream.

"First of all, some of these signs ( bundant hay, meats supplies vegetables of com, oats and, camera when this picture was 'token. Brick building AT ION FRUIT

appear to be nailed to the trees. If ,! fruits. .. tho Hoover studio and Is still standing at the PERSIMMONS.

so many politicians are concernedwith kfl4 Call and Cherry Str..... : ., 2 grapefruit. 4
Strawberry shipments, 1893
10 dates. Peel
environment why are they movie'o per
our ,
and 1894 approximated $80,000.Sea .
and and cut
to kill It? Island peaches
trying cotton sam season Of convenient size.
$100,000 oranges,$35,000. ''
; -- ------------- and grapefruit into
"Secondly, is there any need other Besides this, large quantities from membrane.
than psychological programming of the it I I of LeConte pears, peaches, I" and dress
and vegetables were shipped. County Agent News } ..
person's of having so many I t or. other

of the same signs In one area? : Some of our strawberry growers desired. ,
netted over $400 per acre. By Bobby L. Taylor

"And finally do these politicianstake : On strawberry grower Is now ".
(F.bruary 15th 1894) shippingoff ; The like to try this
t down these signs after the election of a seven-acre plat, and Our sixth Annual Calf vember. It will also produce Halloween. The kids
and dispose of them properly7"Replies Is sure to realize about$ ,GOO Scramble must be termed ano- enough nitrogen to make one go for this, one.

this season as net proceeds. ther success.Good or more crops of grass without Oct. ''A
to the first two questionsare are to be commended for their efforts additional fertilizer This and STICK
'attendance and red eating
These actual facts are sufficient six ap
means a to eight month '
in the realm of speculation and In taking some of the signs description of the char- approval of all activities Indicated pasture for fifteen to twenty eQ; skewers, 3
would have to be answered by the down recently, and we hope that other acter of soil and climate we that this scramble was as dollars an acre with Clover.The 3/4 cup light corn
candidates themselves, or their sup- troops will lend a hand In this com- enjoy here without going Ink good or better than any we cost of an acre of ryegrassand cup water,few drops
porters) who posted the signs In the munity project. details. have had. I'm sure that all bahia grass for six to eight red food color-
those who contributed to this red cinnamon can- t
first place. They were more inter- months could run as high as per
There are thousands of acres program In any way had a feeling and
elected thirty-five to fifty dollars. v A '
ested in getting their man Pre-election stories fre- within a radius of two of personal satisfactionwhen pound jn( hot water and
than they were in the ecology of the news gave to six miles of Starke, sam the program was over. Clover Is not as early as 'j. skewer In blos-
that the of such
quent warning posting class like. of each In
land producing re- rye or ryegrass. But with to- apple. a
countryside.I signs aIo"K streets' "and' highways, way .. o! Itsthaopen be),bought at Catching a registered pure- days': cost of production for any _; .sugar, ,Scorn sy-
Illegal? buT still they blossomedover- :$5 "to $25 per acre, aceordMg'td bred calf Is the start; our 4HBrandF.F.A. crop or program our farrr.srs ( .,Cook over dl-

The" answer to the last questionis 'nIghC'nNow':' faded and wilted by the. 'proximity' to.fttwn. jjjjj !* themselves. members In business needed toset .,.lleve. to Considerevery( ngT?J 'to d ,4tiFFng.MtW1/ sugar,,
up !: Add oil of cloves
continue to1 In 1" _
weather many hang --.J; .
obviously no. While enthusiasm Is The varied resourceskeep enterprise. Each 'bo.mu.twork <* -"" coloring. Continue
highbefore an election and no amount place and will probably stay there up succession of shipments the out a pasture and feed Vet Relief Act stirring, until
of effort Is too great to get the signson until rain and wind finally brings them year round. There are two large '>program> keep records on the on lI mount of mixture
down. brick livery stables, well e- project and be concerned about Provides New piece that cracks
every tree and telephone pole his finances. By the end of at the
"tlf. quipped. The new A.. S. R. Rate Increases Into cold water
after the election it Is quite another
& G. R.R. runs directly to his twoyearown orshlpreWire- on a candy ther-
story and we can't imagine any politician ) We can think of one election pro- three large, beautiful lakes, ment he should be able to determine and Set pan over boiling
: or his supporters actually going mise that has not been used and three to five mile west of whether or not he has The Veterans Compensationand pacity; each apple Into sy-
around, taking the Illegal signs down.If which might be a big help in winning Starke, where boating and fishIng a future In the beef cattle busi Relief Act of 1972. approved In and whirl apple
The ,
election: to almost any office. That are excellent. ness.winners In majority the scramble previous are Increase last June of approximately 30, providesan ; covers It smooth

this Is done at all; It usually promise would be for the candidateto Three of the leading mer- still In business and are going 10 per cent In disability; com- .,plate skewer to side cool

falls the lot of some disinterested take all of his political signs down chant houses carry $55,000 In a good Job. pensation rates and dependence and at the ,.'JOr.. ,
party; who had nothing to do with within two weeks after election. Who- stock, as follows: Hofiman allowance, according to W. B. ..
posting the signs in the first place. ever does this would certainly win Bros., $20,000; Truby, Stern- see Mackall director of the DIvision -
burg & Co., $25,000 T. A. of Veterans
I In this connection, local Girl Scouts the ecologist: vote, If nothing else. Knight, $10,000.Besides ; Dry weather is delaying Affairs ume : Neighbors

strawberry setting. It also authorizes a clothing

these, there Is a allowance of $150 a year to ranged
Rent Watchers' On Guard Most growers have their land ,
strong bank and twenty-one ready and plastic In place. each v i an who, because of large,
other smaller business housesIn Looks like n 01.: 'nsable r" tbillty wearsUL ium. '
our will be
I Thin. month, many of our nation' creases In rent during the coming the town. The leading hotelis down again this year.acreage __ :a pro ;at tf ;r orthopedic proved
senior citizens began receiving submonths, and warn landlords that their the Kentucky House H. S. appliance: ". appllcances deal
stands increases in their Social Se- actions will be closely watched dur- Benedict,, proprietor. :ttherhotel ; I've mentioned before that Including a wheelchair,
Is the Commercial near strawberries have been a good which tends to wear out or tear
curity checks as a result of recent lug the coming months.
I depot.! cash crop for us. However our the clothing of such veterans, was
I legislation--- oassed by- Corunress.- growers have id many problems the VA says. ..
2Articles: will be published In (Note: The three large lake that have been hard to ger .
In order to help Insure that this magazines for the elderly stressing mentioned above were Sampson overcome. Competition from This act has other provisIons while

increase will improve the financial proper notification: of a rent increase, Crosby, and Rowell. The other states and Mexico has and anyone having questions in .
Kentucky House, which Is described depressed Market prices and pertaining to the aboveor '
position of our older citizens, and and telling how older Americans can as "the leading hotel" has made our berries harder to other veteran matters, may \:
not be ,eaten up by increased expen- exercise their rights through field stood on the northeast comer sell at a profit. Labor has contact the county; service officer -
sea, the Domestic Council Committee offices: of the Internal Revenue Ser- of Call and Cherry Streets, been difficult to find and labor and VA office, or write It for a while. 1
on Aging meeting recently In vice. |1 I Grit present The of the Mc- prices have been almost un Mr. Mackall at Box 1437. St. was If I can live with
Washington approved a "rentwatch"plan home Commercial reasonable. Other, costs of Petersburg. dirty I

to help prevent unfair or unjustified 3Elderly persons will be asked Hotel standing, part until of a which few years was still ago production considerably.All have. also gone up --..." ...._ .....a ... ..... ..... ......._- _.----- .. _-.-...- ..... -
- -- _-- -..-.-_
rent increases that might to' report any unreasonable rent increase was located on the present:Nas- vII
result from the 20 per cent increase to the IRS which will provide worthy business block on Call this has made the margin -

In Social Security payments. quick follow-up and investigation. Street Just east of the rail of profit, Of growing conditions -
road. At the time this book allow'av.rlBe produc-
r 'i was written the railroad de- tion) to be hardly worth gambling
The current Phase n rent control 4Spot ,checks' will be initiated pot was located on the westside with the Initial Investment.

program should:! prevent this from in October by the IRS on buildings of the railroad, between Wo haven't given up on strawberries -
occurlng', sine rents may be increased occupied by and which cater to the Call and Madison Streets.) and will still encourage

only under certain circumstances. elderly.If our folks to grow them until .
However, to insure that the elderlyare we find a Satisfactory crop to
Crisis replace them.
protected from unfair or unjustified Center r st ,

rent increat, the following four- these four suggestions are followed Ready To Help s "b'!i ''Jt J .

point program will be undertaken: the social security Increase Those In Need Dry weather Is also delaying I f \"' '

should go to help improve the living planting of winter forage crops : ,; "
1- A press release will alert standards of the elderly, and not be such as Rye, Ryegrass, and 'F '

elderly tenants to,' unreasonable in- drained off in higher rents. The new Crisis Center E- Clover .

mergency service for all Union: TheM crops can still be seed
I and Bradford County residents ed after a rain up until Novem-
opened its telephone lines for ber 15th. One thing emphasizedover
I calls on Monday, Oct. 16. and over at out recent ,

i i -' Cow-Calf Clinic and at our .,":.I.
The Crisis Center Is mannedby .
last Cattleman's meeting
The Bradford County --:---::::' volunteers 24 hour a day, If you have cattle and land was that ,\! \ I 'd90 I"t\ ,, '
I TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED seven days a week. ,It Is located Clover can't afford IfYoii' "t
In Gainesville at 804S.W. wIlll'f'OW to not produce;you Clover.Clover -- ,, ,e Plying To Build rA Home' Or'Dusmeas :

1S79'; 'r.'!!. :\ -; 2nd or Avenue Bradford but Counties anyone In may Union not only produces a lot of Or Buy A Mobile Home Be Sure To Check Your '
.heBiue" high quality feed, It also produce
call the new toll-free number early In th* year. There Zoning RegulationsRAigOXB ,:',.
", : IP*** MIP e.FLORIDA4* \ t and talk to a trained volunteerIn 1* ,something; about Clover that
I ? The prayer of faith will" \ case of emergency. 1
causes lathe! to to more efficient -
," I XESSASSO save the sick.-(James 5:13)) breeders. It also enables
"Just dial 431-1005, and
\ will help ," tile cow to produce more milkat ,4';
someone says
-tAT ONr We can pray for another's Miss Judy Hofiman director. the) right time for the calf
If tile herd U on a good breeding -
healing:; Our prayers are effective'
; / \ / :More than you realize, The new center needs volunteer program with calves dropped COUNTY .11; ". ,< ,
from December to March. ,
your prayers have real healing workers, and anyone Interested v.r: :

power. We can pray in faith, who has t the time to ffR .. Y,;
E.L. Editor help others Is asked to call Clover also cuts tile fertilizer
MATTHEWS. Publish.r
when we see the one for whom ZONING '.
PuLIJ.hed..eh! toll-free, 431-1005. cost for a year-round pasture IOAII ,'
and .
Thursday n.d Second you pray as filled with God'sSpirit tf allowed togrow.
CI... M.tter mi th. Pst.Office program
a* Stark, Florida' become of !
you part a Clover will good
-- ne'er ACh'' fcU .. "Remember for any night/ produce
h 3rd,-'IS79. 4 ,
work.. When
great healing we Urn grasing from tile first of Hardinto
the Crt-
.., Sv'.cI..I., ,In h.*. _. 1 emergency DeW '
$6.00 net
: yar ; ld. with '
/ pray, think of yourself as a sls Center 1* open 24 hours May only one appitca.top
tre. eree1 ,.e,., $7.00 h channel through which God's a day. We'll do our be.t.1o of 0-10-20 similar analysts

healing work I Is done. bell. Miss Hoffman says. fertilizer In October or No-

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Require Extra 1. _.....If.OCI.U77ii n I
9 TEACUP \ J / coupon worth/ '2.00 I
r Driver Caution f 39' this ..' I \\ \ n r.twT 99"c-t
= ; \ .
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Driving hazard Inertas oH/i, wee 6. j.: ': ;} : l :: ;:' cUP -39c BOAT '2.99J I Iw
cool fall mornings cause patch WI,\ ___ _______
.s of fog to appear on Flori .; '7'I.kM" Ha ocr.H'. I S\t'f.FK -39c ;;.;.INraA.-I. ;;
da's roadways, tile Florida TMi will it.rt y..r .ll.cl.it .( flu., ...... I I"} b,' Hov.,. --COMMIII------>MM--CMNA--xt---' '.
Highway Patrol warned thU !.<..* ch..... The-. pattern It Ingtlth. O.rrf.n '," ;'f\ t H:Vf RK.\lL\: : week. A ...11..to bl.. fl..., rf.*lgn brd.rlng. the traditional \:..A t"\ "'I.I 4 r' Hov_ r...i 10lA 1)ISliU: I'UTr, o39r: 'w._".. I 0_0<,.11.0<'.U .
: :
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Many chain reaction cruh- rim Ih***. ....t put. .. *n .r .h. ln. p"fJ I-"" TA/ .... .
yo ** .' r; _. a>>00
"b" .. TOWMW _
.a that occur In tog condition lI.t f.. the featured "Pl.er..WUY". rich. ... '1' :: :/ {",+I'i, \01.-1-: ;.i' NOV.ii' FRrlT I DISH I '39r .........1 I ..fVWMAM 1C"U.OO I
could be prevented If drivers .... pls.! with. >$.OO p.rch.a. .two wlPh.la. .OO b.II/-".: ';+ 7' I COFFEE '2.00S2S"I 1 Ip.r.ho.
would reduce speed at the first ., ttc. Then follow mar .ch....... N.II..III. ._., I POT .49SS-1! .I
Lp __ ____ ___ ___
sign of fog." says ''the FHP. __ _u______ ..___ ..
ui a study of fog accidentsIn p x a rA'n'+,i { inalen, t As ,; 1 .,asp uq a ;
Florida., it was found that :: ,. :h< '
most of these crashes occurred fu'
during the months of Novem- Quantity Rights
ber, December and January between ;" Reserved j
the hours of 6 and 8 ..
a.m."If y -n V E E COPYRIGHT 1 19f2 Kn )
visibility Is reduced to
such a distance that continued
operation would be hazardous,
drivers should slow' down gradually -
move off of the road- 11NV
way, as far as possible onto {
the shoulder, and turn on *,
emergency flashers only. It the
occupants get out of the vehicle -
they should move away
from '''the roadway, "as+ far as
they can," the warning stat. L PI* IS .1
KItJaL '
ed.The ;
Patrol urged motorists to .t
report dense fog conditions to 'PRICES GOOD *. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE f f
the Florida Highway Patrol or FULL CUT

other nearest drivers police may agency, be warned.so that .rye ,THRU5., OCT.'. '19. THRU I IBEEF' $ ';

Florida law requires head-
lights to be used when drivingIn WED.,. OH. 25 ROUND I I '!
,18 .
fog, smoke. or rain.- 'I"" a\

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'+ wing-ding Senior In former citizens Halloween years,aim we party.have to; have had MAY'ONNAISE I EP Rib Roast : l28 Rump Roast lB $139WO ] u !i

very colorful and amusing affairs BRAND PURE j SAVE00eIN.. W D BRAND" USDA. CHOICE BONELESS TOP
dnd we expect this one to UTA/E/ IB
be as good If not better.Grand'Our DEEP SOUTH "" Gr. Beef 3 PKG 1" Round Steak $139)
party will start with the
March. Each person'will havea MAYONNAISE W.D-BRAND: HICKORY SWEE' SAVE2UII" *. W D BRAND USDA. CHOICE( ,, Pokl

will number be able so to that choose the Judges prize SAVE lie ,1 .1J1t t Sliced Bacon LB.78C Ground Round $118

winners for the most original, I' \
There will be drawing for a z..38c
door prize donated by our Walter Library 31: 32..... Turkeys r 49C Smoked Ham LR78C.

and Peg Comm.Chalrmen Richardson.\ There will JAR < OR. "A"SHN"'NDO"'H" BONELESS DARK" MEAT" W 0 BRAND. SMOKED PORK SHOIIIDER, (Slirotl Ih.69clTurkey 1
also be apples.candy birthday .IB
[ SAVE 4 cake and ice crtam. ,The latter sin .
donated by Leids,and' Bernie Fruit Cocktail $1 00
51A. S"'V10. W D s..vuo.. SWI>'S PREMIUM CANNED .
Smith will add to the festivities BRAND "All MEAT "
combined wiG Happy Birth SAVE ISrFolger's Franks v.59e Hams 4 IS $399 J
days and Happy Wadding Anniversary .'N"
*. *\ I Coffee AN78C /INERRfE2! "."A"Fr.h Flo All Whll.M.d.um ARROW
Halloween starts\{the Holiday ("

Season. It will be nc.tfme, when 1SAVE79e CofU.of choice with $7.50 Eggs 2 79C Bleach GAL. 39C
we will celebrate Thanksgiving, or mo purchat. xcluding cigarettes. ooz -

year Election 1973 will of officers be held\'\)for IesdayNov. the Astor;: .!::t H .. ,. .. r. liB:"'N 58c, ... h" Towels ROll39c, Drinks' 4' .6 o.. $1vl 00
Nominations !
28. Sod. seconding
''. ::
: r hJ"'Vf''VI" G1ANIfil0e! OFF ., '31 .c "'1 'k a I {' l lbn
for the various i'( nr 71. !I 6 : .1 P d h'I". ". .. 9,l.. I .nN a'G a.JIWUflAVOREI.MN? I ..,. 1. ,

the Al be loor Nichols tak. nbyahand.o has had. otIC1'Etlt. SAV Cher tilt GIANT. DetergentArrow '. ,. PK;, ,68.C .: ", Dog Food'' ;:r P! : ()'99C Drlnls.-( &::. $100 l '

gery In Alacluia General Hostl- CHEK"All FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID

tal.necessary: Further but wet treatment t1 Mipect hint-\t\ Detergent .. "K48'c Drinks 6 Npa 8.:'.. $1))00 Catsup . oTfE"J :E46c
.iome by next week Pete John*+ ''''VII1r I

released son II doing soon well from and Bradford will be"I 'c.n c. Pillsbury Flour. 5 a:a 49 CRhiliNa.: $10pPic FRESH KOSHER: '
n I County Hospital. Margaret v . 31l.t,; rs tr:..; 59c
1 Jackson, at last report, was I0c OFF.DETERGENTIvory
1 getting much better. Karl Hoist STOKElY CS OR WK KRAFT 1000 ISLAND

j I I is present coming for along'a little'flna--while and was at Liquid . . BOTTLEPKGS 22 01 48c Corn 4 -; $100 Dressing 3 -.. $1 1

our last meeting. Houston Dris- BETTY CROCKER

Is coll able Is Improving to meet with each us day again.and Hamburger Helpers 2 *1 oooo Beans STOKELY CUT GREEN 5 $100 REGULAR Kotex OR SUPER 2 79c

We missed Mary Allen at our CANS . -
last meeting as she had a bad S..VEI7.. DBISEY 1

cold.we for send return To our all of to sincerest these better members wishes health. Bathroom Tissue 4. 2 PKGS ROLL *1 Pampers PKG89c Napkins 3 I PKG OCT. )00)

All of us have some pains and SAVI I7e .
aches but we are very happy If Kleenex Tissues 4200cr ST *1 oo' CL
get we around.keep mobile and be able . Mix . 2 p2K o.. I00 Mixture .pOK 79c

prospective new member, HALLOWEEN
Clyde Columbia attended our Jonathan 5 IB 69c 2 101 1 CT.
last Edgar:: meeting.former Janet residents and Jimmy of ApplesVINE BAG pMieCKFIihng 39C Sweetarts BAG 79c
Starke are visiting Jessie DOLE PINEAPPLE" SAVE 20. FLOWER CART. .ASSORTED

them Bowden.. at our We Halloween expect to Part see- Tomatoes . . : IB, 29c Juice 3 CAN. $l)00 Panty Hose 'AIR59c

." .Jea le Bowden. charter YELLOW

forward 88th year singing and we Happy are looking Birthday Onions . ,. 3 BAG 39c Jelly. .. ''X:..;, 38C Toothpaste :- 88C

We hope to vote you Nov.have"Voting all; registered is- Seafood Platter 2 9 ot $1 IOO STRAINED BEECHNUT DIXIE DARLING FAMILY

not onb a privilege but a very PKGS. Baby Food JAR 9C Bread 4IoOAVES88C l O.. :
hard won right. "If we don't SAVE 38< SWANSON MEAT LOAF.TURKEY OR CHICKEN,
use It, we may lose I.." 10 c OO
Ponder deepb' on the Issues, Meat Dinners . 2 s: 1 JUMBOKLEENEX
not personalities. Although 25
million teen agers will be ableto SAVE 20. POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FAY '
vote this year,there are over Potatoes 69C' k
50 million middle aged and senior BAG TOWELS
Next. meeting Tues. Oct. 24 at 5 limit 4 Roll with $7.500' mar purchat. excluding clsr.".,.
1 p.m. Pratt St. Come and Join

the--Halloween Joe Kerrigan.You'll fun.. -< ICE MILK r Y JUYBOAOIt $ A1 QKlE

b'eamazed $1

.1'' '. HALF ROLLS
,.j ,, GALLONSEX.RA. ,} t

the. / at n' %
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'II h.d -GOOD : "40 t out i -... BomiTil. 12.00 WORTH Of L y, CUM tlBon.l.ss
IN TyCLAStzD!!Ii. ::1 /4 Snack It.ms : ii Spray Cl.an.r Brit. t ( Hallow..n Candy j 14 I Ham I ITI
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ONI 2-LS. Or."A- ONR S-la. rica SIX e. CANS ONI COLONIAL :
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\r' ASTOROrang. MEAT OR .
Telegraph Turk.y Roast B..f Patti.s Juic. Cak. = Pumpkin Pi. :,
':tS: 0000 THRU OCT. 2S 0000 THRU OCT.21 = 0000 THRU OCT.XS iHy: 0000 THRU OCT.2S GOOD THRU OCT. 2S ,
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CALL FOR BIDS Monday in Month of Novem- By Elisabeth Terry ... '.
The Board of County Com- ber, 1972, which Is the 6th day f "
County of November, 1972. "
missioners of Bradford -
Starke Florida request Dated this 25th day of Sep- CHURCH[ SCHEDULES zabeth Terry. They attended Mr. and Mrs Carl Norman and Mrs. J. M. Carlton and wright, and attended the Methodist the MUey. Mrs. Nelson Blocker -
tember 1972.Gilbert Grace United family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Homecoming. and Mrs. Win. Blocker !all
sealed bids for one new Hydraulic Grace United Methodist Methodist Homecoming and Dale and Mrs. James Mcs-
Excavator on Novem- S. Brown, Clerk Church: Sunday School 9:45 turn on Sunday. Norman and sons visited their Carlton and children, all of Mrs. A. C. Kirkland visited of Lake City; Mrs. J. E.
ber 6,1972 at 10:06 A.M. Bye/ Beulah M. Moody Worship services, 11 a.m. and Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville aunt, Mrs. Edna Harvey In Seville Starke, and Mr.and Mrs.James her nephew and niece, Mr. and Ivor of Ocala; Mrs. Connie
Clerk of Circuit Court of Newsom and son William Carl- Mrs. Bobby Daniels of Tlfton, Williams Palatka; Mr. and
Specifications: may be secured 8 p.m. MYF 7 p.m. Monday; spent a week with her on Monday They brought
from the Clerk of the Circuit Bradford County, Florida Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. mother, Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns. their uncle home from the hospital ton, gathered at the home of Ga. Mrs.\ Kirkland spent sev- Mrs. ,Ed Mitchell and family,
Court, Courthouse Starke Flo- 10/5 4t 10/26 Guests on Sunday for Home- In Deland. Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhne fora eral days with them In order Lake Worth; Mrs. Mary Ches-
rida. Highland Baptist Church coming at the Methodist Church Friends of Miss Debbie Barber turkey dinner honoring Mrs. to. be near their son Billy, ser and children, of Sanford;
10/19 2t 10/26 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor-; were Mr. and Mrs. Horace regret to learn that she Nanette Hughes and children: who is seriously 111 In the Mrs Marie Thede Baggett
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S ship services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Cox of Waldo and Mr. and underwent surgery In St. Luke's of Green Cove Springs who hospital.Mr. Mrs. Louise Ledbetter, Ed Edwards -
COURT OF BRADFORD p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Mrs. Paul Dlnklns and Davidof Hospital Jacksonville, on Wed left this week to Join her hus- and Mrs.. Jack Wain- Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO COUNTY, FLORIDA. day at 7:30: p.m. followed by St. Augustine. nesday. She will appreciatevia- band, Vernard Hughes, In Iran. wright and family of Waycross: Perser!:, all of Jacksonville;
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME In re Estate of LONZO R. Choir Practice. Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson and Bill Wainwright, of Mari Mrs. Pauline Torode.+ Mrs. A.
Notice Is hereby given that STARLING Deceased Visited Mrs. Fronle Crews In Its.Mr.. and Mrs. Hubbard Harleyand Kevin and Brian, of Jack etta, Ga., were guests of their H. Harley, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION PERSONALS St. Vincent's Hospital last week. Mrs. Jackie Smith and children sonville were Friday overnight mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright Vernon Silcox, Mr. and Mrs.
the undersigned, pursuant to FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs Mrs. Allene Armstrong!; her of Arcadia spent the long guests ,of their parents, Mr. ; on Sunday. All of them Dan Harley Mr. and Mrs.'
Chapter 864.09 Florida Statues and granddaughter, Tammy of daughter, Mrs. Mack McClellan weekend with their brother and and Mrs. Fred Moore. attended the Methodist Homecoming George Roberts and family, Mr.
will register with the COADMINISTRATORSTO Jacksonville spent Sunday with ; son and a friend Scott sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Mosley and Mrs. Robert E, Biggs and
Clerk of the Circuit Court in ALL WHOM IT MAY their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray of Lakeland spent the Sumpter Harley and other relatives visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Greene family Mrs. Vernon Olin, Mrs.,
and for Bradford County Fla. CONCERN: Arlie Dobbs. Another guest of weekend with Mrs. Armstrong's Mosley of Starke on Sunday.Mr. of Jacksonville visited Mr.and H.. H. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs..,
the fictitious name of GRACE'S Notice Is hereby given that the Dobbs was their brother, slater Mrs. Flossie Rosier. Mrs. Hester Hicks spent two and Mrs. Hubert Priest Mrs. J. F. Robertson and Mrs. John Dempsey, all of Starke.
CERAMICS, under which we we have filed our final reportof O. Dobbs of Lake Butler. Mrs. Slnah Davis Macclen- weeks in Daytona with her son- attended the Priest family reunion Edith Swlnney on Thursday. Approximately 200 were pre
are engaged In business at Co Administrators of the Estate Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dur- ny visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F.Robertson in-law and daughter} Mr. and at Crystal River, on Sun- Among those who attendedthe sent. .
Route 2. Box 103-A Starke, of Lonzo R. Starling do- ban and son of Macclenny visited and Mrs. Edith Mrs. Floyd Martin. Mr. Martin day. c Methodist Homecomingfrom Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lewis
Fla. 32091. ceased; that we have filed our their brother and sister- Swinney on Monday..Other underwent eye surgery on Mr. and Mrs., Wallen Sappof out of town were Mr. and Clarence Prevatt of.,Tam
Grace Faulkner Rt. 2 Box application for final discharge in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. J. guests were J. R. Cowan and Wednesday. Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith and Mrs. Bill Weaver, of Boynton pa, visited their aunt, Mrs.P. .
103-A( Starke Fla. and Grace and that we will apply to the Boyette, and their parents, Mr. the C. A. Cowan family. Randy Harley attended the their mother, Mrs. A. C. Beach; Mr. and Mrs. 0.Baumgarner L. Dlnklns and other relatives .
Fullwood. 1015 Southgate Drive. Honorable Theron A. Yawn, and Mrs. Marvin Rosier on Wendell Kelly of Belle Clade Gulf Dealers School at Orlando Pearce and Mr. and.Mrs.. on Sunday and attended'the
Starke Fla. 32091.Sole owners. County Judge of Bradford County Sunday and attended the Methodist spent the weekend with hla. parents last week. Sidney' Harbin of Clarkston Vern Richards of Green Cove Methodist Homecoming.
Dated this 26th day of September Florida on Oct. 27, 1972 Homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly Ga., was an overnight guestof Springs; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mr. and Mrs. Tony, Lewis
1972 at Starke Brad. for approval of the same and Calvin Kirkland of Jacksonville Kelly. Another guest of the visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank his In-laws Mr. and Mrs. Padgett and son of Gainesville and Clarence Prevatt of Tampa -
ford County; Florida. for final discharge as-Co- spent the weekend with Kellys was Miss Catherine Jones In the Rest Haven Nurs-. Kenneth Barfleld. We are gladto ; also Mr. and Mrs. W. visited their aunt, Mrs.P. .
10/5 4tp 10/26 Adm'nlstators of the Estate of his mother, Mrs. A. C. Kirkland Young of Lakeland. All of them ing home In Gainesville on report that the Harbins planto L. Durban and family Mr. and L. Dinkins and other rela-
Lonzo R. Starling deceased. attended the Methodist Home- Sunday.Mr. return to this community!; Mrs. R. L. Phillips of High tives on Sunday and attendedthe
/NETTIE RUTH KIRK- Friends of Mrs. J. R. Devoreand coming. and Mrs. Charles Simmons In the.near future. Springs Mr. and Mrs. Larrle Methodist Homecoming.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION LAND Mrs. Guy Flitch regret to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand and children of Atlanta, Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Wain- T. DuBose and Roxanne of Mrs. Bernice Starling attended -
FOR TAX DEED MARKLEE STARLINGCo.Admlnlltrators learn that they underwent sur- Earl, of Waldo,visited their Mr. and Mrs. William Mob-. wright. Van and Kim of Lake- Decatur Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruno's Hair Styling
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. of gery at Alachua General Hos- mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips ley of Wlmauma, Mr. and Mrs. land, spent the weekend with John 'lye Jr., and daughter, Show" at the Thunderbird Motel
that JAMES PAUL THORNTON! the Estate of Lonzo R. pita In Gainesville on Thurs- Wednesday night. John Holmes and children, Mr their mother, Mrs. H. C, Waln- of South ,Daytona! ; Mrs. Mar- In Jacksonville on Sunday.

the holder of the following Starling deceased day morning. ..
certificates has filed said certificates GEORGE II. PIERCE Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck of Tallahassee -
for a tax deed to be Attorney for Co-Administra spent Friday to Tues- wtlnns /aou eaves s .

Issued thereon. The certificate tors. P. O. Drawer 1030, Starke day with her sister Miss Ell- p a .
w/ 4 s
numbers and years Issuance, }Florida 32091 I
the description of the property 10/5 4t 10/26
and the names In which It was A'a

assessed are as follows: -.------ My, Neighbors I .... .
Certificate No. 41. Year of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO r

Issuance 1970.Description. REGISTER! FICTITIOUS NAME I IC' :; .
of Property: Notice is hereby given that 1 ..1

Beg at SW Cor of Lot 5 In the undersigned pursuant to + ,
Peetsvllle Run N IDS'. E 105'. Chapter 865.09 Florida Statues R YI'C.r! RYSTA1L CUT

S 105', W 105 to POD Sec! 35- will register with the E4 ; I', REVERAGt. .. SET
Clerk of the Circuit Court In h, .... .
5-22E. J. -
Name In which assessed and for Bradford County, Florida .. :,.. ,..; :...:.-.: ) ..
: ... .....
h \. .
of .
the fictitious name Tae Stwe .' .
Thomas !House Movers. .
.1.\ ,., ....;-: '
301 Tavern, under which we are \h. ., : :
In All the County of said of property Bradford being State engaged In business at 3 miles t S ortsmaa's '-'; Men i ladies "" !" '''II."'. +.!':;; ... rlr/

of lorida.. South of Starke; Highway 301, I Watches WrisrWitchs / pall, /...., ..... t.. /.
Starke Fla. 32091. i. _
Unless such certificate 1
certificates shall be redeemed Julian Gllsson, P. O. Box Wat.rpwo}. .p!! S.vnal, sl Ylos I to \" Jt'' J ''= sr onset aw. MrMr tI'oJ !
954 Starke. 32091 and Wdh eel.nde,, MM. }- choose fom sours .. '
according to law the property / 3 I with, caland.r. \_.',' ,doer.: :. vd
described in such certificateor Virgie Sladc P. O. Box 159: ,
Hampton I'la. 32044 sole own- ; w.. i' .. 0 SJv.t. or gold
certificates will be sold .. ; 0.. 1 .
M.. r. ..... '''''
to the highest bidder at the ers. -....... .
court house door on the first Dated this 25th day, of Sep- tember 1972 at Starke Bradford ;
r Ovt Dl..ww pass
County, Florida.
10/5 4tp 10/26 Woo...1.Ikt1'.r

Notice Is hereby given pur- hM e..tI
suant to Section 12 of Chapter :;I AVOI NE au B -Cleanser

Business Directory 72-299 Laws of Florida,. aw CLEANBER ,
of a public hearing to be held o'v Q oV .Men's Dress Pants, I MOTOR Oq 10t.t Havoliflt Oil HD30 .e (infects ifn'Oiophene., d.o.T .

1..11II., .11 tMwM' Rib by the Department- Natural darltesbleochesfctalits
n .. ...JieMuirces, : .(i8'.. N'. tiertrf f ; .wrlXol.r, ? a r 9 h.ob L d'up : ,. .
Airtfo' 'IIHI'', '" TRA SPOTTIO -.Itrar 'd ... ...7a OJ..>Heo. :1:._ JIQD A ; gg.nglrleIlia.bnuWvdngba ows .1
AU: AMrNJohnson: }:;O MnvF OP : : !( l t -.., ..,." .... .. Pastor than ever.UOf. .
v corrosionwoos
"* .attttem. end color: Itta p
SLCO\I!> !BNGIKEERING DISTRICT e. 1:1 ant 01 It lubricate a .
(''\ ) .AC OI.DSMOIlll.K:: & Faru, Inc. CITY. FLORIDA, at which time

SALES SKKVICK, : testimony will be taken as to DI _.
SEEDS the boundaries for the SUWAN- : P,',. _
Fine' Srlrctlen of Used CaTakrn n inwetlelde. Pet Supplies NEE RIVER BASIN WATER M- 1 Llmd BL C w
2001 N.W. IMIi -_Ph. -$ 01 FERTILIZERSWe Such hearing will be heldat

i... 9:00 A.M.
Rent Fertilizer Spreadelw : on Wednesday
Beauty Academy_ November 8, 1972. and all par-
tH N.W. Slh Ph. 37S-M76 Mtn & Boys
ties Interested In the foregoing I
POWELL'S matter are Invited to Suede Jackets I ; '

CLASS R bhod halt collar and .. + I i I i i i I + Acuf
Beauty Academy DEPARTMENT! OF NATURAL / 7 dash pochols. Asp
RESOURCES + Whad hnmg, Man',, I /
Leant a Protforton In Youi By; Randolph Hodges SMLXLBoys, 8,15. II : c iiii
Spnre Tlnu.. PuU or Part TlnvJ LIDDELL Executive DirectorBy Y I
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Glass Division of Interior Resources J

... For Every I IooGI. Purpoxe" 10/12 2t 10/19 1 D ?, Eagle Table Radio $coo P
Store Front -Mirrorn,( p. Solid, Stat..AM.lnjtont' .On Chair

Motor Repair Co.Of ,. Tub Encloumx,!,-- howrm, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Ez "edna 1 8 C Sound Advanced supsr* Sturdy con-,
Furniture Tope !L.! Glass. Replaced COl'RT OF BRADFORDCOUN- heforodvne' circuit, 'ructionMetal ,
Cwlnenvltte. roe. TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE a Model T?I ag. .' lagfDecorative

RI'p 1I1nK1nctft.! # 1-2050 ..' yc, r e 2.00 SAYS 1.03
New *>Vi Used IN RE: Estate of CLARA color I ,

181E 1\I..fll\ !SrL! Ph. 372-A118 I22A:!:! Si'. M.iin: (;.ttJne.tillr PEARL NOTICE RAHME TO CREDITORSAll Deceased. 0..., DI"W.. ..' .. ..amSA.n ow D..;..J-K... n..,'EI

MOVERS\ 372.8191. ; 37M102. creditors of the Estateof I :
I Z/8as4
are hereby notified and
. Lom DI."nf.0'111' I Santa Fc Tractor required to file any claimsor

Storage racklnr .- LONG:' \ demands which they may I 11q

Crating Shlwlnf I I Farm i.: IndustrialTractor have against said Estate In '' ; z_..? !. d I 0r31oHeR eLes
the Office of the County Judgeof veto
Free Estimates Call i'I
I iHyJrnulicd Bradford County!; Florida, : I i'' 6 a .Eagle Spray
Iloseand In the Court House at Starke Mens Better 10"leflon If d Paint
Fining Florida,. within six calendar Men s Dress Polos Men s Pullover a M t.,,, ,
Bolm SizesSceam months from the date of the Shirts S'lorl' eevrs Sweater Fry Pan
ail I .
,::: interior'
Cleaner first publication of this notice. Shall Assor'vd Sty'os r Aluminum with ,,,,, L lantern ,
sleeves: or crtorior
Chemical Each claim or demand must o < color., S.M,L 133 seiy 8 Fti Dupont tefloncooting tBIAIAE: .
t: New ',s"'on' Drills." Fast 01 Assorted w/Battery/ Quick drying
XI. Heot' .u.
sales *. $fn'Ic., be In writing and must state .14',-.1S.M L. 0.< D.., n.,. sty es aid ca:ors. pool hondle raw Wh"o 1 os-
Van Service Inc: the place of residence and post Long sorted, colors
Pick : A w. ,laf- S M, L i XLSAVI Assorted color ronjtsaol light '1
I'p :: Delivery
office address of the claimantand SAVI 237. Ruggod coso Unbiooli 110..
1J4 N.C.'WMo m. Q'vllle. 448S N. II'. ('111111G..in..iII must be sworn to b>' the ur sAVI 937. 1.49 fAY337 able' lane. Usas ono

_ 371-417. ,., Flo. 'claimant, his agent or his attorney : it s volt battery 13 Ot
/ or It will become void :
AUTO SALES 1\1l' DYr ol SAY. 1.00 SAYE 937.
SERVICEBLOC according to law 1 r.. v/r UII
NTBVS. rONTLtC I ICBAI.DWlN As Administratrix O..D./. O..D........,

l I INC. of the Estate of PEARL DEES )1r" )it.

I PIANOS & ORGANS EUGENE RAHME: F.Deceased SHAW Barfus ladiesI/I/(.'' Girls"Jumpers Plaid S-'llarn Twin Bell "

CHOICE OF: THE ARTIST! O. Box 1086 ;y7 Shells .7(' Dv., ..:.. bond. .'f t '. Single Ir.winds -
i ..t+ 1 134 r ,.::0" red 1'
Starke Florida 32091 u: 133' el \1. fim. and slam ,
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Factory Alltho.dPo"loe FIRST Pl'BUCATlOI'October :' 3 .**sicio,. I7IS7SAVI j '
0. D Wledsh181dWash d
MUSIC! Co. 12, 1972. ;: :; w;:i; o :.oo ;: ti Eagle
PIAVI1.00 .,
10/12 4t 11/2
Sof rolport"S.vlce G'vill. Shopping; jcfr. 372.5351 SAVI 1.00 a..q ... FurniturePolish
210 H. MainGainesville 1 Gal.
Farm and Industrial. CALL FOR BIDS 4 Duasg0na ;
Fla. Equipment Sealed Bids will be received A .c -,.: Cleaner Cleans, protects ; '
372-2583 for City!; of Lawtey Florida for "' Solvent and
approximately two miles of Mert Deck The easy -ay I leaves a
TRAILERS street paving Bids to be opened 'SneakersLadies' to keep your lustrousdust
:Mjnday. November 6,' 1972 at ? windshield .tree
MOBILE HOM(.-KEI. .AIBaVICkKlrky'i .\ } 'rl clean. .; finish.UOi, .
M..II... Hale 7:30 P.M. Specifications as follows Cream ,

&&e 13,111" t SusyDif, list..tuhaei.J Five: Inches of Llmerock 't. (. Puffs ". 'SAV.257. 'I'f.277.;

/: Ivl airs\ packed to four Inches Grids, DIo..c. ro>; durable. canvas
Foe eon ow. ...i
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reserves .
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Nncnn- Inatll.hCsmrnte' Con.iit.8nin5i: ;Installedj6jo.Y right to reject any or all bids. CONVENIENT,, IF .
V v<*' Service OeM' '* City of Lawtey USE SHOPPING, AT EAGLES '312 W. 1
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;:;) \, An investment in Your Future .) ...cr'._...,. ;, HEILBKOTOJ CHURCH\, BAPTIST HIGHWAY 16 N.

\ Sunday School. 9:45 ajn.
c r4awx., Morning Worship 11. Training

,;If s! ?;' l)v l"l/''.;..." f'f. ['i't'' : [F1!;J j .It' .f'..' II te!I; m"I'IYt..\,, L"I'L;; ,r I :. tor.Service vice.Union-Rev.6:3Op.m.7:30.L.:7:30: Tommy Midweek Evening Howe Prayer'pas Ser.

1 "Fw when your ttetturt it.Iheh j pail! your/ heat l be tlto"
Awarded In TampaMrs. Intersection of Highways( 16 CHURCH STARKE Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng School 9:30; Morning Worship, ,
North) and 225. Rev. Wayne Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morn- Father James Cregan, pastor Worship 11 a.m. Evening U; League p.m. Night Service
New Wells, pastor. Ing Worship at 11. Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Wil
DegreeThe Lillian Whitehead 82, Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Union 6:30: ; Evening Training Service Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday liams, pastor.
of 3614 Deleull Ave., Tampa, Service at U. Evening Service, 7:30. 7 P.m. -Rev. J.C, Saunders pastor
reverend George L.Harper -* died Friday Oct. 6. She was 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30: Wednesday_ Prayer arid Confessions Saturday 6 .
native of Starke and had pjn. Bible ; P.m.School CHURCH{ OF LUNG BRIDGE BAPTIST
pastor of the First United a Study 7:30: p.m. of Relglon: CHRISTAT
Methodist Church olstarke.hu lived In Tampa most of her --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor MELROSE CHURCH
Grade School Sunday II
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
recently beeen awarded the Services:
degree of Master of Divinity by IUe.Surviving are two daughters JORDAN MISSIONARY a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening
.I High School Sunday Tp.m.
the Candler School Theology)', Mrs. Ray J. Lee Mrs FredF. BAPTIST MISSION PINE LEVELBAPTIST'Sunday -- Morning Worship II ajn. Even- Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
Emory University Atlanta B. Switter. both of Tampa; U.S. 301 North behind Tutee School 10 am.&om!\ Ing Worship 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.Rev. .
The new degree takes the one sister Mrs Edith Spokes, Frees Drive In. Sunday Ing Worship U a.m. Pro So.- All other evenlng-8 p.m. Robert Haisten. pastor
place of the Bachelor: of Divinity Tampa; three grandchildren, 13 School 10 ajn. Worship Service verces (Booster Band Young STARKE CHURCHOF
degree which was awarded great-grandchildren; and one 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray- People, and Prayer Service?> CHRIST
greatgreatgrandchild.Funeral 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- FAMILY
graduation to Rev.In Harper 1951. upon his services were heldat Widnes.41O3 Midweek Service Wednesday ship Services II a.m. and | NIGHT GOSPEL SING

"We believe the term Master 4 p.m. Monday Oct. 9 in Olive, pastor' E.L. 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed-
of Divinity more accurately expresses -' the Blount Funeral Home dlhapal Grime associate pastor. Pastor., nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bit '' BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL-
the level profession with Rev. C. N. Ogg officiating. Class, Thursday II a.m.r ojrch STARKE FLORIDA
al training which our graduateshave Interment was in Myrtle CHURCH OF COD ,CALVARY BAPTIST.CHURCH: located one block west on SR'
received," says Dean Hill Cemetery, Tampa. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School IU a.m. MornIng -' 16. 7:30: P.M. Til ?
Youth PastorIs Sunday School 10 MornIng -J.P.H. Bell.. Tjinlster
James T, Lancey commenting a.m. Worship 11. Training Union,
: .:::;::::; :::::::
Called To on the new policy concerning Worship U a.m. Sunday '1:30. Evening Wor hV.! 7:30.: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, i972
the degree. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Evening 7' p.m. Youth Night, Pastor' P1NUH1CL CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST :

Pine LevelGary The Master Of Divinity I.. CHURCH, STARKE Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer; Rev. Jim Black, CHURCH FEATURING -
the basic professional degree Meeting trlday 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -

Whmler a graduate of awarded by the Candler Schoolof Sunday Sunday School, 9:45; --Rev. M.E. Fussell pastor. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service
the Institute of Chri.tian Sera, Theology for persons engagedIn Morning Worship at 11; Youth HAMPTON BAPTIST 6 p.m. Evening Worship "The Southerners
vice at Bob Jones University ministry. It is authorizedby Choir Rehearsal 5; UMYF AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. Griffls Quartet""The

and a former area representative the Board of Trustees of meetings 6 pun. Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng pastor ..
for the Word of Life International Emory University and requires WednesdayMidWeek Prayer Worship Service II a.m.; Bible Study Echoes""The
Youth Ministries three academic years beyoundthe Group, 7:30 pjn.; Chancel ,Worship 7 p.mWdn.Way,' 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service 7:30 Glen
has been called to take the position undergraduate' bachelor's Choir Rehearsal 7:30.: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, p.m.Wednesday ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL
of youth pastor at Pine degree Thursday Annual Church ''7p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Prayer and CHURCH I, STARKE >
Level Baptist Church. Conference, 7:30: p.m. every Monday. 7 p.m. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Vision aires""The
Rev. John Strickland pastorof --Rev. George L. Harper. G.F. Prevatt pastor Everyone Melvin Hamel, PastorCONGIIEGATIONAL Holy Eucharist8:30: a.m.
the church states that Gary Services Held Pastor. welcome. Sundays, and II a.m. on 1st and

Is acquainted with the problemsof For Mrs. Adkins, HOLINESS 3rd Sundays. j Christian aires"ADMISSION
Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m.,
today's teenagers and offers CHURCH
his services to those In need. Hampton BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. 2nd Church 4th and 5th Sundays.
His wtfet Barbara also attended Morning Worship II School -- 9:45: a.m.
'L Sunday October 22: Sunday Sundays. E\'C. 6 p.m. Sun- $Z.OOPER PERSON $5.00 PER FAMILYA
Bob Jones University and School 8:45 Morning Worship, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Evening Worship 7:30 p.nu ,

will Pine helpUn Level.the youth-.ministryat *, Hampton Mrs. Pency died Sunday L. Adkins a Mac-91, of 11; Church Training, 6:15; WMU Worship at II. Training Thursday 7:30 night Prayer MeetIng days.John M, Flynn Rector. Jim-ten Enterprises Promotion
Circle 7:15 Union, 6:30 Evening p.m.
Prayer ; Evening : p.m.;
clenny nursing home after a Meeting David Hodges; Pastor
7:30. -
Worship, 7:30. Worship, :
Mrs.) {2m: ma Harris long illness. She was born In Wednesday
Baker MondayYouth Choir Practice 7:30: p.m.
County on April 13. 1881
Services To Be and lived In Bradford County 7 pjn. -Rev. S.C. Cuthbert,Interim EEEEEEII
most of her life. She Tue.dayBible SWdyl0a.m.; pastor. -w
In Elzey,Chapel member of the Hampton Christian was -a Girls 3:30 in Action and Acteens EreryPayLowPrr
Church and the wife of : p.m. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH EveryDayLowPriccPantry
the late James E. Adkins. WednesdayPrayer Meeting SETS HOMECOMING
Mrs. Emma1 Harris 84, of Mission Friends 7:30 p.m.; A-
Starke died Monday In the Surviving are three sons,
dult Choir 8:30
.. Practice : p.m.
Bradford County Hospital aftera Gerald Adkins of Hampton; Paran Baptist Church near
ThursdayBible 10 REGULAR GRIND
long Illness. 'She was born In Donald Adkins Winter Haven; Study Crandln will hold Its 116th An- Lean Meaty Western A
7:30 .
Union County on Oct. 3,' 1888. and Clarence Adkins Oklawaha; a.m., pjn.Denton Sumr all,Pastor niversary and Homecoming on Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
and had lived in the.Starke- three daughters Mrs. Merlam Sunday Oct. 8, starting with
Lake Butler area ,all ,of her Kelly Winter Haven Mrs Sunday School at 10 ajn., and
life. She was the wife of the OJune Ellis, Georgetown, S.C.; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship at HRev. COFFEELB SUPERMARKETS
late Dock Harris and was a and Mrs. Grace Beat Hampton STARKE W., M. Carmichael.will be the SPARE RIBS STARKE'S
member of the Sardis Baptist one brother Paul Howard and Sunday Sunday School 9:45: speaker. 32O S. WALNUT ST.
Church at Worthington Springs.Surviving two sisters Mrs. Alma Taylorand a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; There will be special music
are four sons Sebe Mrs luau) Crawford, all sermon: "The Message) of Sal and dinner will be served on 3.516. Av.age-Foun;

Will Anthony and >IrW Harris of Jacksonville; 17 grandchildren vation'*: Group A Bell Ringers, the grounds following the mom- 5'9 C .Ire....'.0". D...ten. coos.,0vn.ub.ur. .
all of Starke; five! .:daughter 35 great-grandchildren; 5:15; Church Training 6:15; Ing service. A nursery will beprovtcl8 69C ._. .0"......,. ....er Gooo ILb. .U
and four Mrs. Ruby Thompson and greatgreatgrandchildren. Evening Worship at 7:30aer- BAG _
r .
Mrs. Bertie yere, .both of mon, "Will Yqu Give A Testl- .. M ft tmwt u xctm
Starke; Mrs.M Vljfefo. SHatott.Hampton a ( "rvices'fwere' Mid \jSjtLi.:;; Jv4 a CHURCH OF JESUS,CHRIST ; : ,Ir; !)l--I>\ t !I .. -.. .-.. .O.L FOOD STUMP _
;,Mrs.BlancbeCEeta: t $&; ridlesday&nJonesMern\ m/MYndu"/ -.Group BiB IVMng 'M. OFt LATTER,,DAY SAINTS '. 'uci'II: COUPONS"CENTER .,
Ocala, and Mrs. Evelyn Dicks, mortal Chapel Starke with era Croup 6 .:YouUi Choir- 1404 E. Bessent Road ?" ''H': f fUU I
Bradenton; 41 grandchildren Rev: Jim Shaw officiating.--' Practice, 7 pjn.-53. 'Group"" Family Home Evanlng-Mon-' CUT frrfreJr i BONELESS CUT U.S. NO. I
and 15 torment was In Ben )Cemetery -
great-grandchildren Training School 7:15.: day.
great-great-grandchildren._ at New River. Tuesday Young Musicians Primary- Tuesday 4:30: p.m. SIRLOIN' !' iiiri I : ::, ROUND' 1STEAK _

Funeral services yrtltfM held Choir Music Makers Choir W.dw dyRell.f Society,, I WHITEPOTATOES
at 2:30: p.m. Thursday:in the Norris V. Smith 3:30: p.m:; G.A., Group C. Bell 7:30.: :
Jones Memorial Chapel with Choir 4:15: ; S.S. Group TrainIng Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: pjn. STEAKS
Rev Leon T. Odom officiating Services Held School 7:15.Wednesday Sunday- Priesthood,8:30 a.m.
Interment will be In Elzey Chapel Family Night( Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Evening -
t Cemetery near Worthington At Jones'Chapel Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrament :
Springs. 1 R. A., 6:30: S. S. Grouj Jesse D. 'Branson, Branch 1I 1 10

n"..,,,,.."N....:::::...n................n...................,., .. .''. Norris, died V. Smith Wednesday.49,' of Hawthorne Oct.- Training Thursday School School 7:15-: S.S.7:15.Croup: TrainIng President. aa $129$119<< II I LB BAG 59C

11. In.\ Ocala after a sudden at- James T p.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CWJRCH .
Jacksonville I, tack. > He was born In RangerW. pastor BROOKER
> Va. on Aug. 9, 1923 and Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Ev ryO ytowPrkc
had lived in Hawthorne for the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Services U ajn. and 7 jVV'ii'i'tA'itBi'' "
past seven years He was a Sunday School I. 9:45 ajn. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.
DirectoryAuto veteran\of World War n, and Morning Worship II a.m. Youth -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor SLICED AMERICAN
was employed as a watchmakerin Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Pra -
Gainesville. ti.ff Wednesday 8 pjn. BACON CHEESE
Surviving Is one daughter BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Sales and Servile Mrs. Brenda Radd, and one son, GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER FLA.
Mark Allen Smith both of West HIGHWAY, S-1QOA Rev Jim T.mpl..tor.Sun-
Parrish Motors Palm Beach; two brother, Sunday School 10 a.m. More day School. 10 a.m.Ron Bristol
Boyce Smith Union Lake Ing Worship II; Training Union Superintendent. Training Union, PILLSBURY CONTADINA I
Mich., and Dwight Smith Es- 7i Evening Worship, 8. Wednesday 1:45. Lowell Douglas Di CAKE CALO trrfnJrI
KALES sex Center, \\VU; two sisters Prayer Meeting. 7:30. rector Worship Services 11 a. ",,,ur. ROUND I Irralsr7irtlrf4r
KRV1CK PARTS ) Va.l( and Mrs Avanell Derat- tor. 7:30.: ;Lavern Outlaw mu- 1 fN/IIHI/ MIXES PEELED I
ilan, Troy,'\IN.\'$; his parents, sic director. I Cat Food
Mr. and Mrs. Dennle C. Smith ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ,17.5oi YELLOW A CHOC FUDGE I TOMATOES I I28oz
Always Good Vied Car Ranger, W. Va.j: and one grand CHURCH MACCLENNY ISol WHITE CHOC. MACAROON I TUNA.tio2: CANS
ell Lam St. Ph. 35S-5IH child. Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD eUTTER / I
Funeral services were held Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. Raiford Road t Weldon St.
AUTO ELECTRIC at 2 p.m. Sunday Oct. 15, in Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng 3I329'
Jones Memorial Chapel Starke Worship 11. Sunday Evening 3/1
PEAVY Brothers with Rev Leon T.Odom officiating FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7 p.m. Thursday night 7i30: ASST. CANS O
-Charles Thomas pastor I
Electric Co. followed by cremation. Sunday Service Sunday School _
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,
Alternators Starter 10:45: a.m. Ev.nlJwServlc.,7:15
p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday SMYRNA MISSIONARY
R.g.lot.rsAUTO 6:30: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH GtOftGIAMO ..! tEXfZE
---- TRUCK -J.C.. Brown, minister 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services SWEET WESTERN Golden Rip. AQUALOTION I
: Sunday School 10 a.m.
4344 Lenoll Av. Jan. NEW RIVER BAPTIST 5:45 pjn. Evening Worship
381.2S28 Sunday School 10 ajsG. Iorn- 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. I t bI
log Worship I 11 .... Training -Wlbur' Dyes Pastor
PIANOO..rsr_ Union 7 pm Evening Worship.
s sHsW mmm mmiBmemmimmmm m r' BBHw
8 P.m. Wednesday Night( service CHRISTIAN
YAMAHA PIANOS 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel CHURCH COMPARE .: ;I'I'; BANQUET ECONOMY sxs-::::. PECAN
Aak come. School Morning
Sunday 10 ajn.
Jim Countryman, pastor swoip ..... Ri e.A.Roni. "*"=, 3Sl1/ DINNERS !j CINNAMON

Charlexr r W Chinatown Rice M 01 cuo 39c ....

E. LAWTEY HOLINESS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BAPTISTSunday Long Grain Rice Itt 00.0.CltlO..t.4O -.0139d i r/rrtrwr* .,II....%S M..ea.I" T w' R L 5
I/tit filet'1/ "s 'i
Sunday School 9:45 are; School ':45 a.m.MetW MINIM... tlS)
Colgate I t I Instant t t Shave II.|i | Oa ** 39 1
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Worship U a.m. II Of '
Johns Service 6 p.m. Evening, Worship Worship 7:30 p..... Mld .BI. Pantry Pride Salt 1' '' 9c37c i

About n.. QuesUoa: 7 p.m.TuetdayrPrayer. Meeting 7:30: .ble... Study Wednesday, 7:30 p. Pantry Pride Flour... 1 3I: $ I P K 63/: 99 C

Bo la church .
KIMBALL "SWINGER' "Last fall my power saws pjn.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey: pastor Lesser Austin, pastor Fyne Bake Shortening 59
ORGANS were stolen front the buildIng a.wwl.w a..

Roosevelt Mall-3884U1S site planking fell from ''HOPE BAPTE5T.CHURCH EVERGREEN &- : it ,
'our truck causing a passing (Highway 100 a. There' ***) CHtlllCt4 iii>t II OUTHIRM HICRATED

car to cruh a subcontractor Sunday! School 10 *-nt Sunday :iehOO.Io i ajn. Morn COMSTOCK
FURNITURE took his money Morning Worship fl a.m. lag Worship at 11 ajn. Sunday IGRAVY TRAIN | COCOA CHERRY PICFILLING CLOVERLEAF

FURNITURE but len me with his bill. training Vftjon 6:30: p.m. Right Service at 6:30.: I DOG FOOD MIX
Worship 7:15 p.m. Wednesday DROLLSiMrvDertowfrk
Doe the Charley E.Johns .
PrayerServlces .- I :2S La BALE I
Wednesday Night meeting at 7:30.
AT DBCOUN1CoinpUte ., .
Ajrener<< have complete Insurance 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Cecil: E. Crawford, Sr. Pastor I:, ::neor.o.4.w"I,... .S....':IM.oc .''' I j
: to protect a build. Packham, pastor. .. .. I ...... 'a..a.ea.wr.wwr. > _
Household "
leg contractor __

Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship
To 40% Savings Charley Service 11 a.m. Church Schedule LAWTEY.of services FLA. teday I I.DeyLPricc l.yDtlyLPlke. (iraryDeylowPrkesinos l.yDtlyLPllce. 1.yDtlyLowPricc EveryOey1AywAk.
Baxley Choir Co. JOHNS AGENCY Worship Training 7:30.WednesdayPrayer 6:30:. pjn. Evening. School.ship at 10 U.ajn.EvanceJlstte Morning Wot Servtoo. PantryMOUTNWASH Pride' P-TOOTHPASTE. ..01. .SUAVE""..: ''a Tatll'> Fri.cv* .RANG h VIVA ua MACARONI.eTna.ew

Meeting. S YnUod SHAMPOO Tiny Tol.r. :; T C!!!! OR ICMG
648 Cosset 1 Blest 111 8.. Wafcrat fit 7:30 pjn. Prayer Sk* ea-sx < !'c' :, ...-, SPAGHETTI
Mooting each: WecI JO
FromJ.lOJacksonville..' ?::1741- ..... M44079 .J.i>. Robinson p.m.tor. .... May Right, pas Tit 59C :sr 49 ./tit 2/ 1 -_-Oil 4/$1 5/89c :: : 29c e0e- 10

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I Keystone Homecoming Scenes e


1 ell Keystone Heights High At left Queen Stephanie Ban- 1

School's annual Homecoming sister and escort", ErIc Ball. jre

event last Friday marred was only a by colorful:the loss Two of the outstanding; floats I r k L

of football game to Taylor High are pictured In other photos w
::j jt;: r,, s of Flerson by a score of 22- while at lower right Is the 8th

/+t4i s v page.6. (see). complete: story sports Wildcats tub Grade scene entry are and All the featuring Washed slogan a"The Up.bath" 1' I : ,\ ,

; The parade at 2:30: Friday At right are Queen Stephanie ,
nv afternoon was described asthe second: from left) and members -
best In recent with '
years of her court Barbara ,
t the Sophomore Class winning Farris QeftX runner-up In the
", i first prize for floats, and the amual contest; and maids from 11 ly
4t 7th Grade and Freshman Class the other high school grades: I k
tied for second: place. Tracy McRae, 9th; Cheryl )

I Homecoming scenes pictured Fowler. 10th; and Tlsh Zowar-
t ka, 11th.
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Keystone Hilites _

I Ia Ib
(( By LInda Wtiarton Ir'41L
Phone 473-4907 -
or 473-4648.

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FBI PTA MEETING year are as follows: Mrs. Roy
Don't forget the PTA meet- Turknett chairman; Mrs.Thomas -
{ lag October 19 at the Keystone Gregory, co-chairman: : ; b
School. The program will Mrs. John Kufttnl, decorations;
be on Safety; with Mrs. McKee Mrs. Ray Farrlss, luncheon; "
presenting a program on the Mrs Mike Redfearn tickets; ---'r
ytl, I t schools clinic and health pro Mrs. JoAnne Roberts publicity -
and Mrs. Fred Smith,
Everyone Is' urged to go to workshops.
the polls on November 7 and There will be many different -
vote for Amendment 4 which booths, such as the Bake

will enable the release of funds Shop, Handiwork Christmas ._._._ t .. ,
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for the building of schools. Decorations, Toy Shop,. White
This would not only be help Elephant, Arts and Crafts
ful to Keystone but would affect Kitchen and Patio Shop and a New Girl Scout Fire CollegeSessions Keystone Lions taking eye wills. They plan to
go out again In the near future -
............... the whole state without Surprise Package Booth.
Set Plan Various If
"' so have not bought
raising taxes. So, go to the A tea room will be avail- Cadet Troop 190 you
polls on November 7 and vote! able foryour convenience where For Nov. 13-17 Fall ActivitiesThe your light bulbs yet pleasedo
f News Notes 1 you may relax and enjoy a cup Will Baby Sit so, as this money goes to
I the Foundation for the Blind.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE of tea or coffee. Luncheon will
Keystone Lions Club held
By Helen Egan Winners of the duplicate>> be served from 11:30 a.m. til Girl Scout Cadette Troop 190 Assistant Chief J. G. Zowarka Its regular monthly dinner The Lions are also planninga
:::: bridge game on Tuesday, Oct. 1:30: p.m. Tickets are on sale will meet each Tuesday nightat of the Keystone Volunteer meeting on October 9 with Past dance for Saturday, Nov. 4,
10, were: First Mrs. W. J. $1.50 for adults and '75C! for St. Anne's Episcopal Church Fire' Department has set up District Governor Lee Holloway to the music of the Four of
FELLOWSHIP: CLUB White, and has been assigned Grollck and Mrs. F. T. Hogue; children. A baby sitter will from 7 to 8:30: p.m. the Fire College training pro- of Palatka speaking the- Clubs. vThis dance will be limited -
The Keystone Heights Fellow to Gold Head since last Au Second, Mrs. W, II. Bartlettand also be available for small The girls are offering free gram for four nights, Nov 13 topic of Llonlsm. on to'75( couples, so there
shlpClubheldIUmonthlymeetgust, where she conducts anature Mrs. Frank Mlerlck;Third, children. baby sitting service for votersIn through 17, It was announcedat President 1'111be/ plenty of dancing room.
Ing on Oct. 12 at the Lions Club. walk through the Ravine Mrs. Albert Bachmann and Mrs. Come early and spend thedlU'at the Melrose and Keystonearea the regular meeting of the George Massapre- Tickets may be purchased from
sented several items of business
The of the Nominating of October 3, -
report department
Committee deferred to the on Sunday mornings. She Ray Becker; Fourth, Mrs. Robert the Community Church Ba- on November 7, so mo- to the club: which Included any Lion.
was also monthly TV program Clare and Mrs Steve Sas- zaar November 3. thers >with small children can
: operating booth at
November 9 luncheon meeting ona Chief Huntley Redfearn Jr. a
Hi Neighbor hoff. to the polls and vote. The
go the Halloween Carnival. The S.E. MCKAY
as the slate of officers: Is still reported three fire calls and
Channel 12 at 6:45 BOARD MEETINGThe
on : ajn. clinic will be held at St. Anne'sChurch Lions
and Lionellas will
Incomplete. Came Day will be held at WOMAN'S CLUB Community Church'' Wo from 3:30: to 7 p.m. First Aid Officer Tommy Tyer the Booster Club in their assist REALTOR
President LesterSheta secured the Lions Club on Oct. 26 with men's will hold reported five ambulance calls
The Woman's Club will sponsor Organization Mrs. Virginia Brunson and food booth at the football
an r: Ed Roberta as m.c., and Mrs. a Cedar Key Fish Fryon their Board Meeting on October Mrs. Pat Parsons are the lead- during October. Oct. 20. game, Keystone rits. 473-48)6)
Mullls naturalist
Mrs.at Marilyn Gold Head Branch, a State Roberta as ,hostess for the refreshments Oct. 20 from 5:30: til 7:30: 23 at 1'p.m. at the Educational ers for this troop with Mrs. George Massa, Charlie Head The Cheerleaders, Boy
Park, who showed a film on the and social hour.. p.m. Azzle Williams and J. Building Elected and appointed Marge Henschel as troop con- and Chief Redfearn attendedthe Scouts and Lions will also be HOMES. ACREAGES
colorful Birds of Florida. She Dill will be the chefs cookIng officers: or co-chairmen are sultant. Clay County; first aid meetIng working together at the ball RENTALS ,'
has been associated with the MELROSE HOMEMAKERS Cedar Key mullet, grits, urged to attend as this will bea Members of this newly organized In Orange Park on Wednesday games selling cushions. The
National Park Service In theEverglades Mrs. Made Allen president cole slaw and hush puppies.All most important meeting,making troop are: Debbie Pad- Oct. 11. Dr. Buzz Duns- proceeds will be split by, the 9Mrs.
and Wind Cave National of the club will call the meet- you families headed for final plans for the Bazaar gett, Linda Hufflnl. Tonda Barton ford conducted the course on three organizations.The .. Mollm lt.i-n 4711740lol.
Park In South Dakota.log to order on Oct. 26 at the ball game that night, drop on November 3. Alicia Ables, Kathy Stead- emergency child birth with a Lions were out last L. .11'hrs/nulnn) '". / 174 4 7 l I-Ift7'l- loll
She has also worked as a naturalist 9:30 a.m. Program for the day by the Woman's Club and treat ham, Linda Bedell, Elizabeth total of 33 people from the week .selling light bulbs and Pe.rh.l tup .17.14051JLSULSLMJULSLJLSLJLJLJLSJJIJI.
t tor the State Parks will be "Design In Home Fur- mom to a night out of the kIt- COUPLES CLASS Parsons, Karen Brunson county attending. This course
of Northeast Florida at Ft nishings" and members will chen. Tickets will be availableat The Couples Class Is plan- Cheryl Howe Patty Helghard, Is given every second Wednesday !I l III t.tJUl 9 9 MJL8JUUULJUUUPAST .9,i
answer the roll by naming "My the door. ning an outdoor breakfast October Kathy Metz, Jan Carlson, Terry of the month with the _
special spot In the house." 22. at 8 a.m. at the Boy Bailey, Danny Reed Abby next meeting to be held in --- FRIENDLY F UEL OIL SERVICE
Reception Set Council members are reminded ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Scout: Camp near the Keystone,, Feuupeter, .Tamm .,Fors Ult Green Cove Springs' in the com-
I For of the Bazaar In tsNooffr MnDon't forget the Young PeoJCJUssuheld -- ,Jhr iUrnore-Thls-will'Include! ( thebmWfV' t 1'erI'Y.I byal; ; iud; tek" au lIng_11: 1j1L! tho!.. G PHONE
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Democratic } 4 .
ivembor amf'speclal: ..<*>.'* j fHWM Thurs--i'' 'antfUthtfr". : fMilles Any girls, age'w'Clli I o tux. '1888'I
Party Nominees the' ',County Council on Oct; 27. day .I\eh.t.N.! .>$ ,a*&\ >* Hall.* with enough time'td (return to,_ 'who are Interested In Scouting* ,;rhp'1".D. .Br hlp..,lagree< ,tQ.parflcfpa'fewith OIL CO
A training session on sewingthe Time 6:30 p.m. Come and bringa Sunday School and Church fflSjrcontacV"Mrsr.'U't'uftsbrt'l1t' ( the equipmentin : Starke, Florida
fashion fabrics will be held friend. They have a wonderful 475-1067. the Homecoming Parade and
Frank Williams of Crystal Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon time with many exciting: the Halloween Parade. Gulf Fuel Oil Service Still Available To All Mr.
Lake, Democratic nominee for at the County Extension office things planned for the future. KEYSTONE GOLF Keystone PTA Coming Events: Halloween ; Cummingham's Customers In
in Gainesville. 'Any member The Class will Keytton Heights
the House of Representatives, Inquirer's AND COUNTRY CLUB Parade Oct. 28 Business
District 25: : Homer Newell of Interested In nylon net smocked start next Monday Oct. 23, at The annual Fall Classic two- Carnival Set Meeting, Nov. 7;; First Aid Area. Call Today And Make Arrangement To Have
Comhats should attend the work- 7:30 This class: will be Your Tank Filled.' Use Your Gulf Credit Card Or
t II1bernlaIay; County p.m. man or two-lady. Tournament:} Course (Clay County) Green ,
missioner' Dlst. 1; and Olin S. shop. held every Monday night for is scheduled for October 21. For October 28 Cove Springs Nov. 8;' Fire J Masts Charge Card. We Give & H Gr..n Stamps
Howard Jr.of Mlddleburg,Clay Following the club: meeting five to six weeks. For more This Is a team play tourna-' College, Nov 1317. On Fuel Oil Purchases.
County Commissioner, Dist. 3, on the 26th. a workshop will Information, contact the Rev ment match play with full The annual Keystone Heights >jmjDUU. ,B. JJUUU. 9.9 9SM.9JLISUULJULSU
will be honor guests at a Dembe held on making Jewelry boxocratlc Tom Feamster at 473-4018. handicap. Entry fee Is $2 per PTA Halloween Carnival will
reception on Saturday, es with Mrs.Polly> Price as Regular 'Services: Sunday person so sign up right away get under way at 4:30: p.m.
Oct. 21, In the Masonic Hall instructor.following will School- 9:30: to 10:15: : ; Worship so teams can be paired. At Saturday, Oct. 23, with aparade
at Keystone Heights. the Service10:30: a.m. the conclusion of this ;rfxirna- of goblins spooks and story- Let's KeepOLIN
Each of these Democratic meeting. ment there will be the famous book characters, according to
nominees has Republican opposition .. Mrs. Ruby Wolf will present COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMENThe spaghetti dinner and the :Mrs. David Bryan overall
In the November 7 the following slate of new of- Women of the Community; awarding of prizes. > chairman of this traditional
election and the voting pubtlcer. for election: President Church will hold their annual Fran Abies, chairman for (the event.
tic is Invited to come and meet Mrs. Elaine Ashley; Vice Pre- bazaar on Friday, Nov. 3, from Juniors announces that there The parade will start at the s. HOWARD Jr.
from 3 to sldent,, Mrs. Barbara Kite;Sec- 9 nil 5
these candidates am. p.m. will be a tournament for Jun- firehouse and will end at the
5:30: p.m. (Cont. To Next Page) Chairmen of the bazaar this iors on October 23 and Novem- city park where an array of ,
ber 10, For more Information booths, games homemade
. . . .. . . . . . . .aa. . . . . contact Mrs. Ables at 473- goodies, a turkey shoot, and
3492. bingo will be offered to all
CALES. The annual meeting of the ages. .
Keystone Golf and Country Club There will be prizes for the
FOOD best costumes In various cate- ,
h will be held November 8 at ,
'I, ,"" 8 p.m. There will be an elec- gories, and a new group theme
STOREL"H. tion of officers for the coming will be added to the costume
'j 'I year reports of committees judging this year. For You !
for this year light refreshments Mr. and Mrs.Greg Henderson
and door prizes. are chairmen of the parade
This is the time of year that activities.Mrs. .
:' the members can bring to the Bryan vice chairman \
membership your comments, of the PTA, says that the carnival For, Recreation Program .'
JLni Mouth Marks I Our 31st Year In Ke\stone} Heights. suggestions and elect the officers is the major fund-raising ..
that want to event of the PTA each year
you run
In The Grocery) Business. Me Hate Enjojed Doing Bus- the Club, so everyone Is urged
: iness \Hith\ You, Eer'ear Of It. to attend .
The Keystone Golf and Coun- three-week vacation In Vir- Fir All Of Ctay Cevnfy
ginia. They Ray's
There Has Been Fat And Lean Years Good And Bad try Club would like to welcomeas Gate City Va. attended a
new members Bill and Mar-
Years Sad And Glad Years Jorle German and Bernard and high school class homecoming -
visited Ray's great-grand-
Georgia McFadden.
Bui We Are Still Ready And Hilling To Sene The Good < father's climbing,home attended went the mountain Southern Available In Clay County 24 .HoursA

?.,, Folks Of( This Area For Many More Years The Good PERSONALS Richard Martin flew home Methodist University foot

Lord Hilling Ma)' He Sere You? for the weekend from extended ball game had dinner at the :} .
duty; in the Mediterranean. John Fox Home played golf Day
In the mountains and had
Cheryl new back to Norfolk
Va. for a visit with him until unexpected pleasures. Sounds
THE SCALES FAMILY he returns to duty (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
(Cent. To Next Page)
Hugh Pricllla and Shelly
AND EMPLOYEES Edwards enjoyed a long weekend -
trip to Chattanooga and
Gatllnburg, Term recently
They reported it was a fast

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Paul C. Stadler (USN Ret.) Candidate From'District No. 1. Ha Is In Favor .

Of A Sound Comprehensive' Plan For Property Usa And Environmental Control. "- *' CLAY COUNTY 24 HOURS A DAY :y'It: "., ,

William Rosetta Candidate From blstrlct No. 3. H* Seeks To Establish A The Man Who Helped Establish A County Recreation ProgramPd.

County Recreation Department Under The County, Commission.

(Palo '. Adv. PeU Per By day c. Rep. Ease. C.: ..) ,

( Pot. Adv.)

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Keystone Hilites! NEWS .: Cart Must Have Stickers Before Repairing

(From Preceding Pog.) Involved In acci.' sticker muTfc Sport to the local "Owners ot damaged vehicles
October 1 1972
sold and dtsplayed'manybeautt* many guest from Keystone at- 1.. enjoyed a fun filled weekend'at police department or Florida which do not hare a
Ilk they had a very buoy three ful things.. They reported an tending. the Naval Air Reserve Aca- (From Preceding ) damage before release Highway Patrol office within. 24 damage release sticker should
weeks. enjoyable day but failed to win Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cowartof damy In Pensacola recently.' in order repair hours after the vehicle Is:received expect repairmen notify their
Mr. and Mn. Charles T. the trip to Europe which wa* Glna's parents, Mr.and Mrs., Her escort Gary Warner, gra- retary, Mrs.Polly ; Uniform to Traffic comply', giving. Hie license number local police department or
Smith have returned from a one of the prize given away. George Mal,., recently. dauted from the Acadamy and surer. Mr. Mrs. the Florida make model, and the name Florida Highway Patrol and High
trip to Lexington, Vju Balns We have m"led.sta Atken Thank goodness for Grandmothers they enjoyed many parties and far Allen; and delegates, said this week. and address of the in before repairing a vehicle,"
more and Princes. Anne, Md. on the golf course this past Mr. Jaunlta Bu..- a formal l.Frmont Mrs. release sticker 1 of the vehicle.person the FHP declared.
In Lexington the Smiths attended week. She was admitted to do will be spending some time and Zee'Tolles have KEYSTONE a vehicle 1 Is in-
Alumni! Seminar at Alachua General Hospital for In Keystone taking care of her returned from a month'. vacation AARP commission 000
An of
tects. Hope while her In New Brunswick Cana- organizational a .
Washington and Lee University you are feeling grandchildren daughter
where Mr. Smith enjoyed better Vesta. .and son-in-law Bobbt and da and Nova Scotia with their bers the Keystone area charge of Cheap ; A Private Affair
seeing some of Ms friend from Mr. and Mrs. Jay Elll have Frank Walrath take a well main/ activity being salmon and .,when garage SnackingSnack
will be receiving
college ;year*.In Baltimore they returned from an overnight trip deserved vacation In North fishing. In held on : vehicles thatdo foods are costly, so Mak. your grocery shopping
vialted Edith's sister, nieces, to Orlando where Mr. Ellis Carolina. They plan to do a Ray Crabtree,, Jr. Is now Educational run. the damage release offer your children lest costly trip a private aCrah-
and friends where they had presented a talktotheCarnelllaSociety little fishing, camping and visit associated with Lincoln National Walter and more, nutritious, macks. leave your husband and children -
'a party to celebrate their thir of Central Florida. Mr. Frank's mother In Arden N..C. Life Insurance Co. and Is Roche Reaves and. -------- at home.
ty-eighth wedding anniversary.In EIHs's family hobby Is raising Mrs. Frank ngen has returned undergoing Intensive training will be
Wilmington and Princes Camellia for exhibiting In from the Assoclationof Com their management consultant refreshment and NEWS
Anne, they visited Charles sistar shows all over the Southeast. munlty College Trustees annual program.If The plan Is to
and family and enjoyed a Miss Deborah Hawes daugh- meeting held In Atlanta October you missed the Keystone; group and of AARP --------- A SOUTHERN
number of parties with manyof ter of Mr. and Mrs.T.J.Hawes 5 through 7. Mrs. ngen Homecoming: Parade, it was the to set up
their Wilmington friends.It and bride-electofJim Seymour, Is a trustee for the St. Johns best one in years. Three floats ficers tees without any CONSERVATIVE
was a most enjoyable and has been honored at several River Junior College In Palat- were decoratedbyt.7thgrade. until the stresssd on
parties this and Senior classes, of three months, says W. -
refreshing vacation. past. week. Mrs. Sophmore
Robert E. Lee, of Gainesville ka.Mr.. and Mrs. Everett Fox and I must say, they did a at the Sept. 29 open Director of the
Fran Livingston and Mary honored Debra with a luncheonon have returned from a week's fantastic Job. The Keystone Walter Reaves Veterans Affairs I- I CONCERNED
.Howell traveled to Valdosta, Ga. Oct. 6, at the Gainesville visit with their son, Rhett Band performed with lots of In publicity and documents such a* ENERGETIC
on Oct. 4 to attend an antique Golf and Country Club. On (Butch) In Birmingham. Butch horses and clowns as added at- Donald McRae divorce de-
show which was held at the city Saturday, Oct. 14. Deborah's moved to a larger apartmentand tractions. organizational and death certifi MATURE
auditorium there. Mrs. Ho- Godmother, Mrs. Emory Bell, to a more polulated area. host and hostess. other type of
well's Mrs. honored Miss Kathy Redfearn, daughter Roberts Is acting submitted to the
daughter-in-law her with a coffee at Miss Pat Wrinkle, daughterof DEDICATED
Robert Howell, had a booth and her home""in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Wrfnk- of Mr. and Mrs. Michael since the embryo In '
Redfearn. has returned home a free will with a claim, they Y
surgery at the Medical expenses, such as WIFE-MOTHER
Chen In Gainesville. She serial num-
PHONESBus. did very well and was a brave .Mrs. Francis security number BUSINESS WOMAN
little girt. Everyone is very, cruitment administration' 'E
471-4006 proud of her and hopes she Is happy to receive If known(I'and
feeling better real soon. for membership In a conspicuous
Kite! 473-1572 Bruce McRae Is still in the (national), and has leceHtOLLIDA
Medical Center and will be eating brochures Information Y
there for some time. He is 473-4748)). especially
s doing very well and would appreciate tional Is $2 per 1* submitted
cards you are ple, or single from the basic ., ,
over that way, itop In and see when evidence
him.DwIght COMMUNITY All hit.'I with Initial claim PAT is AGAINST :
Mitchell was admittedin Community detached.. It can
the Medical Center, Mondayfor meetings will be Identified and
more treatment. Hope he day, Oct. 17, at 7 ( without FORCED BUSING
h will be feeling better. DwIght cludes Board of TAX ON SAVINGSPORNOGRAPHY
and Ms wife were honored Board of any. questions
H.B.DCA'RPETS Saturday night with a little get- Council also on to the above or
to-gether at the home Jimmy 8 p.m. administration THE E.R.A.
Mac Murtry and David LaValleon A Fellowship your local
i Lake Brooklyn. be enjoyed by the service officer, ONE REST ROOM FOR BOTH MEN & WOMEN

( Li WISH I'D SAID In members at. 8 time a.m.for on at the the or theVeterans Box write 1437.Mackall Ad- PAT is FOR

THAT"An attend the regular Strong Uniform LaN Enforcement
hour from 9:40: to : -
at the church.PERSONALS. who use the Capital Punishment

multi-lane violation of road-the Tough Drug Laws

Fine Quality Carpets At Wholesale Prices Hess Mrs.of Emily Ohio Ison the Florida Citizens Right To Protect Home

American is the most marriage at a who use the
on Oct. 14 at the Prayer In School
ambitious individual on earth: lane on multi- :;
,Iry I BUILDERS WELCOME '.' He works from morning till Cord Church officiating.with Pastor of* obstruct traffic' and the 'More & Better Schools

f red night, then moonlights on the A wedding other drivers to Faster Road Construction ;
: side to keep his earning power en for the couple chances to Preserve Scenic
: Located I Mile East Of Traffic Light On up to his ;yearning power.- idents and and out of traffic WaterwaysBy
Hwy. Lee Call, Star Valley (Afton masters VUlage, ," says Colonel Long Range Planning
100 Hts. Wyo.) Independent. Hess has resided Director of
,', ." years. The Village HOUSE DIST. 25 REP. ,
"Many who are working on fly of Tracy require all
(zxu OPEN WEEK DAYS 9:00: TO 6:00: their income tax returns at ranged for the at less than CONSERVATIVE

", SUNDAYS1:00 TO 6:00 times wish the Indians had the Village Hall. speed of traffic Vote HOLLIDAY
: : Mrs. Carolyn In
: . fought harder.Lee Call the right-
.:,.; ''') \ S3721313 3\ ,'""."N t.J".. "".- "'I '1< .1. u .Star'Vallejr (Afton, Wyo.) In'pl1deP4ndent.qq' 'hu')JeeJved.Lwo(If'JI:: '1set from another""en.ov.rtak. ll UBXfiU WAY'" I.1W9 jbflimKEYSTONE -
I : : vehicle ;
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went slight .
a '
Paa19rg'4bk! a left ,
resting comfortably : "

Director empha
: f.", "slow driving can
of I" even In the right MElROSEI

the Otd 1 express
high speeds are BUSINESS
are encourag
within the speed
with the normal
"i .u..u..t. '. "

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..'. pay unless AND
"A smile Is the ; out of Jail long Fish -'H StuffLive
you throw at la en &the lea Bait
NOTICE always results a sShlnnor-Worms A complete line of Hdw.

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To All Voters Of Clay Ccunty '......................................... TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. Plumbing ricctricalSupp.: .
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HUNTING f-ro-'lono; fertilizers
i S Keystone Hgts. 4734357FURNITUREGIFTS Light

DEMOCRATSWHO s Keystone Hals. 473.3663

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SEEK OFFICE IN OUR COUNTY s Lake Geneva TV Service Center

I Furniture

Gift & Candle ShopQllsrn Quasar;

And Ask You To Consider Their Fine RecordsIN : TGlt. And Purge

.. See Our Candle: display AIR CONDITIONINGSM.KS4....

.1 I Mi. East of Koyttono H\4t1. : : IIKICIITS47M6SI: ;
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GERALD (JERRY) LEWIS Richard T. Lovorn
i \\ant to sell jour :Mobile
FOR U.S. CONGRESS FLA. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION What Price Home?? If you have a buyer
Safety I Re*. Real Estate Broker :\loblJe'110me Brokers will
arrange ALL financing and
. ..' Insurance details for a bro-
.' .' r for Your Valuables? LAKE PKOPERTU kerage fee of Vf-;of the selling/
;s:. SEN. WELBORN DANIEL ., ". COUNTY COMMISSIONER RESIDENTIAL' = price. for more Informationcall
1 BOX 350 J

; Keystone Hgtt. 473-3254 MELROSE FLORIDA 32666

n COUNTY COMMISSIONER FRANK WILLIAMS Don't gamble with the safetyof Edna Knepper; Auoc PHONE 475-1751

documents, valuables. Insure
l I U1
them against fire, theft, loss by
Martha Durbin, Aitbc.
renting a safe deposit box. 473.3362

! C. 'f'CD I The monthly fee is low andyou' BEAUTY SHOP

f/ never worry again about Nell'8'Qeauty/

: possible loss. See
us soon then Style Shot

; ON MOVIMBEB 7th relax, don't worry i
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Political. Adv. Paid per By SALES & SERVICE
f Phone 475:221:
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Clay County Democratic Executive! Corn Member FJXLC. Keystone,Heights, Flo.TUQT : 1 GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE tl
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Mrs. Hurst room: 4thgrade lot; large mixer:with bowls. r

Kim Thomas 5th graders: 5Wj!; a gas grill, $1; a football.
Tamara Johns Doug Watson IOC; a 19 Inch black and white
Beth Hamilton Janine Willing- portable TV, $1.
ham. David Fussell. Remember Oct.: 28, carnivalin

Mrs. Scott's room. 5th grade Brooker will be fun for all s .
David Raulerson. 6th graders: ages

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Martha Lewis Darlene Molt Master I DeWayne Mott cele- .
Kay Prescott Marie Tetstone brated his 3rd birthday with a FOR RENT- Klngsley Lako 2
Sharon Tetstone. party given by his parents Mr. bedroom furnished duplex apt ALCOA ALUMINUM Siding Very 2.121easy FOR RENTOne bedroom apartmenl" -
and Mrs. J.E. Mott at the home CLASSIFIED AD RATES Air conditioned. Merritt Wllllams Contractor since 1938. Cover land. Sores { Adults only. 2 blocks
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL of his grandparents Mr. and Deadline lot Insertion Monday 9645391. tfchg almost all exterior wood Including 100. Block Const. 3 B.R. I IIIII.'l Ht from center of town. Call 934-
OCTOBER 28 Mrs. M.H. Most Saturday, afternoon S p. m. preceding Thursday overhang sills ceilings Bath, L.R.. Din. Room Kitchen I IT 8654 after 8 pan lip

The carnival will begin witha Oct. 14.DWayne's. before publication. ARGENTINA HAY for sale. A etc. Estimate no obllca- Utility. Room Carport SINGLES & DOUBLE! WIPES
costume parade at 4 P.m. guests were treat- - B. Whitehead Jr. Call 964- tlons. William Davis 1 White Completely furnished. Must be FOR SALE- Zipper cream peas
starting at the Farmers Mar- ed to party. hats whistles, balloons Minimum Chain U.79 5630 after 7 P.IJI. Itp Feather Court, Keystone seen to be appreciated. Expondo Reeme & Add $3.50 per bushel. Phone) 964-
ket and ending at the school. lollypops birthday cake (Covers 15 words) Heights, f la. 4tp 11/' On ffoome 6149. Itp.'WATER.
for and punch. His Each word over 15, Ie!
Three prizes will be given cake was beautifully -
FRAME HOME Lots of living Fr. delivery and set
the best costumed. Chicken decorated with clowns MOBILE HOME OWNERSOwn up
will be served and balloons, made: by his aunt, All Classified Ads must be edBradford and Union Counties your own beautiful lot. Only area. Very nice and closeto 100 MILE FRONT t/rrs,
be/a paid lor in advance unless Call 9648170. 4tchg: Starke. 3BR large living RADIUS SALE -
t 5 p.m. Adults: Mrs. Anita Andrews. :$95 down and $25 a month. FOR
$1.25: Children, 75c!. Door DeWayne received some nice you have established ln that Restricted to protect those who room, separate dining room BANK FINANCING On: Crosby r.du.amid CWaby.
prizes will be given away. A gifts, and everyone had a delightful with The Telegraph, care. Now readyalong U.S. & kitchen; front porch and back I Cake: Canal. )Canal'50'' toes, ;
hot dog stand will be provided time.A event 804 extra charge for FOR SALE- DoorsEntrance louvers shut, 301 4 miles' south of Starke. porch. Approx. I ml. from city.. NWY 17 North Gr..n Cove a feet deep) M;****" an'wldel '

for those desiring to eat. Fun Stork Shower was givenat billing. Not responsible for screen closet Interior blfolds Phone 46$-1551. 4tp 11/2 Approx. I acre. Tel. 284.5001.264.7311 State Road 100. a. mllwi WnfI
Silhouette the home of errors when given over the ters F'' Ideal ca-
booties I'ony Rides Mrs.Lydia Polk, *single Starke, lgtr v/ea
drawing. Bingo playing Saturday evening Oct.7 honor- or U not glass. Windows awnings CALVES-Holsteln "mobil. or
typed brought b hung. All new A priced to DAIRY and BILL: POWELL, BROKER tlun cottage -
cake walking, and the corona- Ing Mrs. MaJorie Polk. Holsteln-Hereford calves for
tion of a Prince Princess Games were played and prizedwon 301 save N.you of money.Starke.George Ricks, sale. Available 7 a.m.12 noon, 964-6464 SAVE ::start'at 'U9'OO! $200
- 964-5184..4tp Thes.. t35.00 month for 3I(
Queen and King determined by by Mrs. Dora Fonseca and 11/2 6:30 7:30 p.m. Richardson'sDairy Qetm aDd

the most penny votes will be Mrs. Majorle Polk. __ 2 miles south of San- Or PhanC,U. :: t' ((8 1/a 9r simple Inter-
the main events of the even- The dining table was covered CLASSIFIED DISPLAY derson on S-229. tfchg w. now handle air Una :
ing. with a white lace cloth, adorned WANTED TO BUYComplete WAYNE DOUGLAS Call 984.7701 8 aan.'tn t,
Tickets are now on sale for with a stork centerpiece. $1.75 per Inch set of cultivators: for a .Cub EARL'S LAND Clearing-Disc tickets' cruises and tour. p.m.-weekcSa1" II
the following Items: Spydor Pink punch was poured from a :3 Inch minimum3.50 Farmall tractor. Phone Collect: ing and Fill Dirt. Call after ASSOCIATE We effera special package -

Hike 25C; talking Barbie Doll, crystal bowl from one end of -- -- 485-2543 'after 7 p.m. 2tp 4 p.m. 833-2147. 4tp 11/2 964.6593
the table while cake was cut 10/26 Tour of New

and served from the other Memorials Resolution*, Proclamations STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Ser Disney World $ S VE $ ,

end. The cake was Iced with Card of Thanks FOR SALE75,000 BTU Duo-; vice. Homes, trailers, autos Call
pink and blue, decorated with $4.00 Minimum up to 50 Therm oil heater. Call 964- trucks, heavy equipment. All 964.7449TOWN FUD"AVISBUICK'

storks and babies Hostesseswere words. Each word over 50-.. 6363 or 9645484. 2tchg kinds. Phone :533-2702.,, 4tp FINANCE CO "
Mickey Goss. Dora Fonseca. tte 10/26 11/2 V '
A Thelma Polk and Lydia 'P.O. Box 2J6 N.TemDlo: PONTIAC

l Polk. FOR SALE- 100 gal kerosene GMC TRUCKS
Mrs. Majorle Polk received tank stand, 65 gallons kero- FOR SALEChev.. U 200.30 mIl '
many lovely gifts for the baby- ,Pay ,For Clattlfled sene and Sears wall furnace 30 Lever action pump 16 gauge WE GIVE SERVICEWe got "A LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE

to-be. Among these was a Ads in Advance $40. Earl Cox 964-6693. Itp sale or trade. 7823971. 2tp SALES 'results! Llst'OUr property' fcr YOU A LOT"
diaper bag containing diapersand 10/19 PARTS sale with us. Call today._ *
Increase reels have male COVE SPRINGS
bootees given to her by HUNTERS CAMPERS-1 havea SERVICE POWELL, BROKER: 64.
II lor into news9 -
the hostesses. necessary home' made camper: I built 6464 or. 9646810. tf/chg
1MSee .ftt te clarify Its present OVERNIGHT Cockroach Con- USED IMPORT CARS
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox and tarthe for my own use, for sale $300
rain adept new trol $1.98Koch Drugs. 4tchg
enjoyed a trip to Sarasota. honoring publication .. ctaeslfted' firm. Phone 964-6380 after 5:30: 10/26
our 10th Wedding Anniversary drrrilsemenls In Ue eel- tun. 4tp 11/9 HARFRED AUTO .INSURANCEAT CARL BEGGS

the weekend of Oct. ... INC., !
6. We stayed at the Ranch .m.All adveHlecmcnle ef lab. FOR SALE1970 Mobile Home WOMEN OF'ALL AGES IMPORTS" REDUCED RATES Gull ServiceUi.d

House Motor Lodge on beautiful nature mast fce paM In .*> 12 x 603 3R; 1-1/2 bath. SECURITYDIGNITYPRIDEThese > 509 E. University AUTO. FIRE, BOAT \

Bill Gardnerfor Sarasota Bay. Enjoyed tourIng vsnrc anise an ftt.........l $200 equity.. Phone after 1 p.m. are all possible for you GolnesvtIU 372.4373 DOYLE E. CONNER Parts
I the !tingling Museum of Art. 964-5052. !Itp
monthly account ta snahiUlned as a Medical Office Aide Doc- THE FINEST,SELECTION OF '
the Circus Museum and the John tors' offices specialists' offices INSURANCE AGENCY
with newspaper.
Ringllng residence. Alsoween- Mailing and ....1aHp1f\C' PIANO IN STORAGE i clinics And hospitals are WANTEDUsed furniture tchg. USED CARS i
Joyed eating out, swimming costs Place advanced, snaking Beautiful spinet-console stored only a few of the many places frigerators, washersbabr
your shopping. We stopped by to visit msf'a Discount In this whole area f
It necessary te make this.. locally. Reported like new. Re where trained women are need- House tf/chg
an aunt, Mrs. Pearl Cox and adjust mrnt. sponsible party can take on low ed. We can prepare you with- HAVE BOUGHT ENTIRE ,24 Hr r''> Wrecker,,Service
daughter, Mrs. Betty; Bowden payment balance.: Write beforewe out Interrupting your present STOCK of 19" Zenith TV sets I
listeningpleasure II I. mark prefrmd, LINOLEUM
and sons. We had a wonderful Job schedule. Our place- FLOOR Covering USED PARTS
adTtrthlnt beplsred send truck.North Fla. Piano, or from large motel In Jackson- I

visit at tour their of home Aunt Pearl's and an exciting antique -- hi ..-, rather. than P. 0. Box 3308, Springfield, ment program service can Is be efficient worked anda out :6x9 12x12 $$3.19 l1.501:; 9 12 x X 12 13 $3.58 only ,ville--DAHMER'SDlSCOUNT.; all like new. $75 cash,. HWy.gl: N,. Waldo !
Fla. 32401 .
shop (Nu-tu-U: )., by tstephMks.ee. ae te neMerrera. Itp for you. Please send name, $14.9S many patterns'and 4tchg 10/26 1468.1998IN'I'ERES'1'EL. I
T' colors. Dahmer's Discount.
address and phone number today -
MILLIONS of have been
BltOOKEH ELEMENTARYThe rugs tfchg.
: Professional Arts Associates FOR SALENew 2 BR-CB
cleaned with Blue Lustre. It'sAmerica's
Brooker School Safety.
Inc., 1212 WashingtonSt.
finest. Rent electric house. -Air conditioned.: Nice
Patrol traveled to Starke
r on NEW HOMES FOR SALE- $200 shampooer 1. Devrick Inc., .. Wilmington, Delaware lot. Conventional financing.: --L
Oct. 13 and participated In the 19801. 3tp 10/19 Starke CSV : 1 : : IN BUVJNU;, Ott(
Bradford High School Home Down, 3 BR, I bath concrete Builders Hardware Supplies, 4 Country; Club. ready for G. Dall, owner, 964-7591. y141.L1Nli.' ;

coming Parade. _,Those parti- block central heat, stove and Starke, Fla. Phone 964-6163 FOR SALE18 ft fiberglass; building on or for investment. Dempsey Motel. 4tp 10/26
ru refrigerator on shaded city
cipating were: Darlene Mott, ; 1965 90 hp Johnson mtor and Lots area approximately 1/2 CONTACT.
lots. Phone Crown Builders ..
Commercial ResidentialTwo NEW
Shari Green, DoreenJakab,Kay trailer. Bestoffer.Asking about acre and .larger. Paved roads X-ll Reducing Plan 42 --
Prescott, Angle Andrews San- 9648337. Itchg properties for residential, only 3 minutes from town Tablets $3.00. Money Back (iKCKCK' (;'
NEW dy Douglas. Connie Jy storage, manufacturing.: This $900. 964-8087. 2tp C air"964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guarantee. Koch Drug Store. \ ,
Hayes, and Sharon TeMoneyThe P. Iii C. SPORTS' WAREsewIng may .be Just what you want. .*.'.tt ""JM-. ttcng tIP--U't .2AI1'
? :Sl
NORELCOBEHIND.rHEEAR girls rode on the back of machines, cleaned, oiled, We will show and furnish in- AID a and adjusted $5. Across from formation. A. J. Thomas Realtor J $1.98Koch Drug 4tchg '
truck which they decorated. The FOR SALE WANTEDCashier and wait
Coastal '
Starke Builders Supply. Itp Tel. 9645701. '10/26 -- Bale hay : 964.7826
Patrol to the Out ress. Apply in ,
FEATURING LONG was accompanied of barn or out.af..th Qeld person Longhorn -
parade by Dewey McKinney Registered Restaurant 4tp 10/19 421 W.
FOR SALE- One bedroom maid Angus calves MADISON ST.
BATTERY LIFE. awi?]i school prlnclpal ,..lV.. Joanne WANTEDExperienced Ph* I
.Up to 250 hours of comfortable Fussell and Mrs.-Margie Mott. ft.Trailer overhead, clean: $675. Also 8 and kitchen help Call 782- 964-ftiM J. B. White. tfchg
camper pickup 3886 for Interview. Trail Motel ,
hearing on 1 battery! So NEW $700; 1963 Impala 2-door hard- and Restaurant, Lawtey. 'ller Brown Bradford County. Telegraph FOR Si LE- Used Mobile home.
economical to delivers PATROL MEMBERSThe
l I t. use yet top $200. Call 9645922. Itp 2tchg 10/26 FOR RENT12 wide Mobile Ph. 9646305. easy financing, 473-4320. tfchgSECRET..L.
I rich, clear sounds. Tiny. following new members homes outside city. Ilml ts. J. B.
I It light weight reliable. Come have been added to the Brooker W. m$ and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114
i W- In, be fitted for listening School Safety. Patrol as result FOR SALEShort wheel base or 9648799. If no answer CAHPE5& ..< Water WtZght
pleasure, toddy! of their academlq achievement: arson, Ann Truett PennyJskab.. camper top like new $125. call 964-8874. tfchg MARTIN body bloat;, pufflness, etc XPwl -
during the r.t'Ix,, weeks of Ph. 964-7822 after 4 p.m. Up Water Pills, only $3. Money
: :, 3rd graders Drew Andrews,Re- ....
r' /Vore o. school: ,JanIne Wllllngham, nee' Mott Martin Hunter, olklwagenNew U.S. 90 West Lake City Back 'Guarantee.Koch
Beth Hamilton, Doug Watson, Sharon Fussell and Darrln FOR SALE1968 Ford Falcon, SEWING MACHINES, cleaned, Phone 7524723: Drug Store I2tl Ch: --11/2
;III; het.&ft'-"AIOa David Fussell, Tamara Johns, Manning. Miss Hill's class one owner. In good condition. a Vied .(0). oiled and adjusted In your home,
Md E.IIAd..s h..Ne.k.w.41..AaIpIw..er..h.rN.ddr_"_"1..Aa bed Martha Lewis, David Rauler- 3rd graders: Brenda Willing- Call 4734201. Itp Sales 3ervks $5.. Vacuum Cleaner,repairs For B.it Selection Of
: and Marie Tetstone. Con- also. All work guaranteed. -
son ham. Pennv Rlera. Guv Wayne
,<} 1 Ml. North or The Moll Dennis E. Coggins 431- TRAVEL TRAILERSMINIHOMES PUMPSNEW
_&-_---_--_---_--. gratulations, Students! Parrlsh. Lee Orten, JHliayes, O.C. Came Nursery GAINESVILLESEWING 1428. tfchg.
Monica Green, Frankie Andrews -
\ HONOR STUDENTSThe 4th graders: Linda Thousands of Plant TRUCK CAMPERSAND AND USED

PHONEAnofEee t following students are Manning', Susan Douglas. Vralt Trees. Shade Tree. WE NOW HAVE diamond .... TOPPERSFull SALES
I If recognized for their out standing Evergreen Camellias dies for any make or model Line
; -- achievement for the 1st six 'As.leu. Roses stereo player.--Dahmer'sDl.- Of Parts And PARTS
weeks grading period: Mrs.Jackson' count House tf/chg Service SERVICE
: 1st grade Kim Carroll NEW BOOKSAT Meet fa cane Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Deep and Shallow Wells
; ,
I IWOUU PVEFI! :. ------------- Richard Comerford, Joel 'Water, Sftnfcrs' and
HEARINGAID Ellington Jody Drawdy. Carol THE LIBRARYADULT It M. '.IC. .,8Utk*. Hwy. 1Mrtoraheme MACHltiE GARAGE SALE .
Fussell Don Green Doug '- 150-!1,5 Filters.Plumbing

CO. Green, Denise Keen, MarqultaMcKlnney r I Sal. and Service FRIDAY SATURDAY Supplies
2639 N.W. 13th SI. Danny Raulerson,
In Sunshine Shopping Cenl., Elaine Tetstone Tootsle Tuck FICTION PFAFF ELNA '61 Falcon Sedan, 2 wh. Metal With Side Boards Trailer. EXPERT( SERVICE ON

N...T.Woelc. er. I Come As A Thief (Auch- JIMMY MOORE'S New Homes 10 HP International Riding Lawn Mower 1 yr. Old. New ALL MAKES
376-0095 378-1942 Mrs. Sherwood's class 2ndCesy incloss); The Players And Lawn Boy 22" Sell Propeled. 26"
or Bicycle T. Lawn Mower PHONE .9647051DURRANCE
Debbie Polk Bradlee The Came (Symons> The Case SUN SPOR1Mtloni 24:' New
Maytag Washing Mach. &
Dryer Westinghouse
Of The FencedM Woman
hedge, Cindy Raul- ; J
Gardner\ Goldenrod Harkerj)i BOA'!C1+0 R' $49:50 up Frottfree' Rcfrlg. 20 ft. Deep Frees. New Kitchen Table
The Tin Lizzie Troop (Swarth- & Choirs. 10" Radial Saw, Table & Blades. 8" Table PUMP &
out); Lola Monies (Darling)}; YOUR MONET Parts & Repairs on Saw. B. D, Router & Plainer & Accessories. Misc. Carpenter SUPPLY CO.'

BRAVES BOOSTER CLUB Flight Into Fear (Kyle>; Mistress all other Make Ma.chine. Tools Yard Tools & Household Effect., Must Moved
BUrke Ph. 114-5791
Devon (CoffmanX Coco .. Sell Reasonably Priced. J. W. Simeral, fat Paved Rd. 5 Blocks North
Chanel:: Her Life Her Secret* Complete Ootboard A. Pass Homestead Turn Left 1st House On Left. Keystone 864 N. Temple Aye.10NGCHAMP.
0aedrlck! >; Lenny(Barry)>; Llizle NATIONAL' Heights.
BAR-B-QUE t Caroline (Moore); Sloth Stem Drift Service and

A Heathen Folly (Robinson)) Repair. Complete Fiber 611 W. Univ. Ave.
Woman Hunt (Ryck); The Ksc- Clam. Repair. Custom-
konlng (Atkinson); Who Is Julia built FUttrglui. FishingBeat Gainesville, Florida I
Harris) Bodies In Motion
; 378-1355
CHICKEN DINNERAT (Kolk.r); Seven Arrows(Storm) *. NOW IN STARKESINGER I Home and"Building

The Sunday Heroes (Green));

Soul Catcher Herbert( );; 128 p I Materials
Days Of Continuous Sunshine
(Goldberg): AnIma (Buchanan); United Farm WE BUILD[ -

" King Of The HW QIotchneri: ) "Your Plan Or Ours
The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing Agency, Inc. Sewing Machine Representative II Your Lot Or Our."
STARXE-PALATKA (Durham) The Waiting
Sands (Howatchfc Necessary Reg. Reel' Estate Breker LAKE GENEVA SALES & SERVICEService II FREE ESTIMATES

Objects (Goul> On The NightOf > Paul &; Irene FaulknerASSOCIATES MOBILE HOMI Remodeling Repairs
i FOOTBALL GAME The Seventh Mom Holt)) On All Makes Sewing Machines II Additions
206 S. Water Mre" Homes Bought > Sold
ADULT NON-FICTION\; Phone 964.6362 8 A.M. To 5 P.M.
Story Of the American Federation *trke, fla. 964.5065 12' AND*24' N1DES 'tah. 1217 Traded

Soft Toys Made Easy (Morton '
Call Us For beti 03: ROUTE1100 ::::- ,. .
3-7 P.M. ); Birds Of Florida ter)| Vasectomy: (Fried: ThePear Pro, .ptcci Waiting Keystone Height, Fla. Hwy. 301 S. Stark
Prescription (Pterh) efees i FACTORY HELP NEEDED -..

:i Prepared By Sheriff Walt P lllc"

l1i. r ADULTS $$1.50 :OUN"S.1.1' mm $1111 NUGENT ELECTRIC Owen Joist ef Florida, Inc. needs dependable able WE MAKE ALL

; CHILDS PLATE $1.00 Service Is Our Policy Service bodied factory help. No experience necessary.

':v SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND I'i' Residential And Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.' MAJOR APPLIANCE
i t.; SERVED IN FRONT OF SCHOOL GYM 12 x 65 2 Bedroom CONCORD Commercial Wiring 'REPAIRSEXPERT
' NEXT DOOR TO MAIN GATE OF STADIUM Deluxe Furniture, 2 Door R.ld"erator'Deluze Stove, Dihwsher Additional Outlets AT"III REPAIRMEN

: 5495.00 Air Conditioning' CALL
Hookups : .! ; '. 964-8363. .
: '" .
Free Set Up, ft Delivery Within 100 Mil. Rod1'u. ; d" t'
Trailer Pale Meters
PROCEEDS FOR PALATKA SOUTH 8 Tit! Dwfc Moo Sc. Noon Dark On Sundays .. 24-H.ur Service '
ATHLETIC PROGRAM SEE OUR USED AND REPOSSED HOMES Pfcont. 964-8641 Lincoln City Road Monday through. Friday Appliance Service
.. 7:00 A.M. Te 5:00: P.M. _
323 Brownlee
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