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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t 4 DlsU 25, and five Constitutional
) yI Amendments will be voted on lathe :
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County has a new
i NJ high of 6,838 voters who are ,
4:' y qualified to visit the polls Tuesday -
': 6,431 Democrats; 338
Republicans; and 89 members
"I V f xn v, of other parties. t
Only local race on the ballot 1
will be for House of Hepresen-
tatlves, 1)1s) t. 25, where the DCmocratic' -.
nominee, frank Williams
of Starke. is faced with
-- ._- r ._ .. .. _"' opposition In the
Republican
'" sown'"rr r ''r Nt.yFnA'.royGt "r ._... KT' ''FY+n M!+'Wm w.aw sow.q .. .9 > '" "" -- ."" _. person of, lrS'Pat'Holliday ? i

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t Halloween's Fun For Big Kids i Clay includes Counties ail of and Bradford the northern and _

portion of !St: Johns County

Big /kid like to arss* up for Halloween too, s.vntyof Bozo th.' Clown, Ragged/ Ann, Tinker B.II, and a Although Bradford Count! ; has > l Jlw R .
of
f thm got the chanc Tue.day when the Bradford High clown with a tuba perform with th* Florida Bank buildingand only, a Clay smattering Count has republicans a total- .- -- -- -,

I band 'dr* td for the part and performed In Southsid.Lm.ntary'a the steepl of the :Tint Baptist Church silhouetted of 3,460 out of its total registration Always a part of Halloween this Jack-0'-Lant.rn was

,Halloween Parad. against a darkening sky. of 16,602. St. Johns carved ror klnd.rgartn.rl at South sid. Elementary School. I
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Count has a total of 2,200 Republicans -

out of a total regis ... .
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teratlon of 13,980.

as Sirs"a southern Hollida has conservative"and campaigned City Raises

mijf'm aliatQIrirr Mobile Homes Restricted is opposed to the Equal:

Rights for women Amendmentand
"forced busing for the pur-
pose of socialization"

Williams favors repeal of the Fall Within

IStarke From SR-100Butler RoadA telephone cane: pole license service tax throughoutthe toll-free

county, and a research pro-
gram for control eradication

zoning change to allow mo- per acre on the land thus Klefer stated. Olin argued what in the land use plan) ," Smith of the love bug. LimitsPa
Club bile home residences on 27 meeting the K1C requirementsof he planned would not constitutea said. Topping the ballot is the Presidential Wage
Shrine acres of land Just east of!I :20,000! square feet required mobile home park. Aternon Olin's roquest race between the Democratic
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Ball starke between SIMOO and for :a septic tank. DoardIember: Hex Smith Chairman Torode read an editorial team of George Mc-
Charity Govern for President and It.
Kutler Road! was unanimously Trawick said that would constitute said he meant "nothing at all was the Miami I Herald
Saturday, Nov. 9 denied Tuesday night night bj' a trailer park. Olin said detrimental to mobile homes." citing mobile homes as inexpensive Sargent Shriver for Vice Pre- }- raises to City: of Starke afternoon late, after a brief
the Bradford County toning not, that homes or houses have But he pointed out that much and rather unattractive sident, and the Kupubllcan nominees employees in the new 1972-73 meeting of the City: Council to
9 Till 1:00: Board the same sanitation require- thought was put into areas designated mass produced residences : Richard :M. Nixon budget apparently fall within make a final decision on whether
ments.It as residential when which are easily portable. The allowable. limits established in the pay raises fall within
Stark* Golf The, David acreage Gunter, owned, and by,' Clarence MarkOlin bothered Zoning Board the zoning board's land use cost Is low, compared to a (See Page 11)) the I .ederal \\'Wle and Price limits set by the Wage and

And County Club Cooper Is within a 450- :Member Art Klefer, Keystone plan was prepared two years conventional home, and mo- Board Program Lconomlc:: Stabilization Price The Board.issue was clarified by a
acre area within the triangle Heights, that Olin planned to ago{ bile homes can be bought on letter to Clerk Edwards: from
Music By formed by the Edwards Loop rent trailer spaces U the "Tliis particular area is near easy terms, the editorial stated That means the 07 city employees D.W. Drummond, chief, Technical -
JOHNNY JELNICK Road and the west Starke clt>' change to R1C was: granted. the citj and is substantially! It touted mobile homes' as RaifordInmate will begin receiving 5.5 Branch, Internal Revenue
limits, where the board 'gust "U you did that you would have residential, and, In addition, an answer to nation's housing per cent pay, raises in their Service, Jacksonville. Essen-
$10 Per last month denied reelasslflca-: gotten around the section of we have opposition from res- l problem. checks as soon as Clerk :Merrill Drummond told Edwardsthat
Coupl tially
tlon from HI,\(strictly residential the zoning code that requires idents. I feel we should leave Kiefer and Torode agreed with Edwards: can have them 5.5 cent raises were
) to niC residential but a mobile home park for that" the area as it was classified the sentiment of the editorial. programmed Into the citj's; allowed in per the beginning
Tickets Available Now Both said there definitely is year
allowing mobile homes). a bookkeeping machine, perhapsin
::j' ''From Mac Baldwin Or Tuesday's again led place for mobile homes and fridai's checks. :Nov Another 14, 5.5 1971 to \
request per
agreed they are here to stay Stabbed
( Gib Brown. No Tickets by :Mark and Vernon E::, Olin, 2 Hurt SlightlyIn "I'm going to do mj' best to be given In the i3
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.. was opposed by the same persons "Instead fighting, we should see they get the raises this ginning Nov. 14, 3
Will B. AvailableAt who opposed the zoning cooperate 4o make something Larry Barnett, 31, serving week," Ldwards: said Tuesday :.Nov. 14, 1973. ;
Th. Door. change for the entire 430-acr 9 Accidents pretty;" Vernon Olin told the a life term from olusla Count That allows for
area Zoning Board Chairman board. for second degree murder, Increase for
John Torode noted several Later in the meeting the was stabbed to death about 8:50: 7 period. Few if
Flea Market times. Opposition to the changewas Nine wrecks in Starke from lire Anderson was traveling board declared its intention to p.m. :Monday in the Florida ApplicantsConsidered ployees received
presented In a'petition Friday through :Monday left two about 60 mph in her Rambler (advertise) a change from EA, State Prison (former East raise than that.
Saturday Nov. 4 bearing 26 names of area residents persons slightly injured in minor while Blocker's Ford was owing '- exclusive agricultural which Unit) in Bradford Count; cent raises
presented b)' :Mrs. accidents. 45 mph when the two cars requires 2-1/2 acres for one Charged with the crime Is
8 A.M. 6 P.M. :Maurice (Ann) \\'ingate.!, a telegram One accident Friday caused collided. mobile home, to OR, open ruSe Allen C. West, another Inmate For CD PostSeven patrolman whose
from A. J. Thomas, from $118 to $137,
Madison & Walnut William Ray Carter of Starkeslight who Is serving a life term
Jr. Fort Lauderdale for .
increase a
large ,
a
Injuries while henas sitting (S.. Page 11)Women) ( Page 11)) and an eight-}'ear-term from applicants are under
land .
Old Gulf Station area owner and by .Container In his 1956 Ford truck Pinellas Count: on convictions consideration for the 97,200 trolman with the
Corp, of America hours oollce
Senior Hiah MYF at 6:38: p.m. when Kenneth Paul of grand larceny', robber, and position of Bradford County
The Zoning Board again denied :McClure, Gainesville, drove his Voters OutnumberMen attempted escape Civil Defense Director after per cent Increase
charges It Is against mo 1966 Dodge into Carter's Ford Ra)1nondIassey: FSP superintendent being interviewed by the County told the $300 per
bile homes. Chairman Torode causing Carter's truck to hita Commission tive pay for the
In Bradford said that West on Oct. 19.
BAZAARFriday :repeatedly said that over 85 vehicle In front of him. The CountyWomen made an oral confession to the The position was held for seven cluded in the 5.5
'per cent of the count- is zonedto other car, a 1971 El Camino crime which resulted from anargument years by Frank Williams, year" allowable. 11)i
Nov. 3 permit mobile homes. The was parked waiting for a train still outnumber men trations in the 18.21 >'ear old taking place In a corridor who resigned last summer to .. since you
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Board's position, he said Is at the crossing l'S-301 and in voter registration in Bradford group brought the total outh In one wing of the prison. run for the House of Representatives lished pay
9 A.M. S P.M. taken to protect some areas Thompson Street with Galen Count)'. vote to 498 for the General Cells were unlocked at the time Dist 25. prospective ;
for conventional residences. Floyd Shlnkle of Lee.burg at When registration books Election. These will be voting for the Inmates to go watch The seven applicants under termined for 12
E. Call Street If the request were to be the wheel when the truck hit closed on October 7 for the for a President for the first television, go to the gym, or consideration are: Robert F. beginning on a
granted Torode him in the General Election, the women time. Edwards city can elect an
asked the Zoning rear. other recreation :Massey said. Robert W, Foster,
N.at T. L.lla'iHOlpltal Board, what would the Damage to the three cars was had a total'of 3,479 registered Supervisor of RegistrationNeva Barnett had five stab wounds, Charles Hardy, Richard Phillip 14 trol 1971 vear ,
Auxiliary board' position be In six estimated $1,175. No charge* ann hundred over the male Flynn said that 147 applications one directly through the heart Nichols Joseph William ,
month, or two year, whena were filed In the accident. total of 3,379. for absentee votes have apparently Inflicted: by a knife Pentecost Joseph A. Scanlan, "A 8.5 percent
request might be presented Another accident In the registration period between been mailed out up to date, made by West from a pieceof and WUUam R. Watson gate wage Increase
Cyela for a toning change to allow Fred Blocker. 48, of Marks the primaries and the which Is "a little slow" but steel Massey said.The stabbing It was explained by the board proprl.t8 employee
t (CammunitttStatr: >i ir trailer In another residential receive possible Injuries Th. General Election, the county should pick up In the final day took place In the corridor, that the director would have missible for each
area? "We would be setting a accident occured when Barbara picked up an additional;regIstrants of the campaign. Application but Barnett' body had been various other i duties In addition "Therefore if
'i r Batik precedent: the chairman no- Anderson In a 1972 Rambler, for a new total of for ballot may be made at dragged into another cell at to hi* civil defense responsibilities. year November 14,
ted.Sanitarian of Waldo misjudged! the speed 6,858 for all parses the supervisor's office until the time It was found the superintendent .. vember 14, 1972
i Ate.... .N... .::.... u.. Jack Trawick Blocker' 1966. Ford and hit Included in this total are 5 p.m. Monday, :Nov. 6. said. The victim Final selection of the director 8.9 percent pay
T..... questioned the Ollns about their the Ford In the rear, accord- 6,431 Democrat, 338 Republicans was taken to the prison clinic will be made by the Commission granted for that -
r..... 0.-.. u.. C- plan to develop their nine a- Ing to City Patrolman Scott- and 89 members of other Registration book will reopen but was dead on arrival. meeting Jointly with a representative percent Increase
eres. Mark Olin said the plan Rhoden. Both car were traveling parties. on November 13, five day Lt. C. P. Worthington was the of the City Councilat granted In the
would be to place) two trailer couth on CS-301. Thirty-two additional regis- after the General Election. Investigating officer an early date. ((5** rage ) .


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Parties Given Mrs. George PattenComplimented Rehearsal Dinner Ceramics Program Now Under I

For Mrs. Mon tuoro, For CoxSink
4 Way At Rec DepartmentThe

Recent BrideMrs. At Coffee Wedding Party


James Montuoro tho Starke Recreation Department Evening classes will be held
former Ginger Baldwin, a recent Mrs Charles Darby, Mrs. Mrs Marie Cox of Gaines reminds all ceramic each Monday and Tuesday, 7-
bride, was homo red at S.R. Johns HI, Mrs. Dolph E. ville was hostess at a dinner enthusiasts that the Fall Ceramic 10 p.m. with the morning session -

two parties In (the past week. Reddish and Mrs. Eugene L. party Friday night at the Holi- Program is now under being held each Wednesday
Oct. 21 Mrs. Matthews gave a coffee last day Inn after the wedding rehearsal
On Saturday ,
Julian McCranie, Mrs. Charles ( Saturday morning at the home of Miss Cindy Sink and way.Three sessions have been set morning 9 a.m. to noon. The

Simpson and Mrs. Carl Holland l of the latter on E.' Adklns Michael Cox.A up weekly, with two eveningand program is open to the,pub-

gave a bridal shower at the ;tjdh Street' to Introduce Mrs.GeorgeL. centerpiece of white and one !morning session. lic.
home of the latter In Gainesville Patten, whose marriage to orange pompoms and mums

for Mrs. Montuoro.The Judge Patten was an event of : flanked by double crystal can- 35 Trick/Treat For UNICEFStarke I
refreshment table was the past summer. delabra adorned the bride's'table Youths /
at with smaller arrange-
covered with an imported cut- Mrs.Darby greeted guests '
work cloth and centered witha the; door and presented them tothe' ments of orange and white mums young people demon- then returned to First Methodist

silver epergnette with white receiving line composed of and lighted tapers throughout strated concern and friendship Fellowship Hall for Hallo-
and the other the
the' honoree room.
and yellow pompoms. for their neighbors around the ween refreshments preparedand
The toasted the honored
three hostesses. ; RI7'i guests served by women of the
Fifty guests were Invited to ,t aw world by "Trick or Treating
The coffee table in the dining couple with pink champagneand
the hours of ten two churches.
,call between for UNICEF Monday night.
room was covered with a white were served a delicious
and twelve o'clock.
cutwork: cloth and centered with roast beef dinner. Youth fellowship of "Children are the world's
groups
LeachBennettEngagement an arrangement of pink and t Attending from Starke were the First "United Methodist most valuable resource and its
white carnations baby breath Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Sink, Rev. "
Church and the First Presby- best hope for the future, says
The pecan room of the Car- t and miniature Fuji mums in a and Mrs. Eric Johnson, Mr. and terian Church collected $101 for The Reverend Eric T. Johnsonand
Mrs. 11.11. Mrs. R.G. Paterson Mrs. J.E.
container. ,
den Restaurant was the setting silver the United Nations Children'sFund The Reverend George Harper -
for a luncheon honoringMrs. Announcement.Is made of the Adams and Mrs.sliver'cottee T.H. Slade Denmark and daughters Charlotte Staceyand to help governments of pastors of the two

Montuoro last Saturday engagement of Miss Donna presided at the h Allison Mrs. developing countries find solutions churches, In a Joint statement
given by Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton I Teresa Leach, daughter pf Mrs. service and Mrs. B.C. Fer- h Greene and daughter Lynn. to major problems of issued about the effort of the.
and Mrs. John M. Mil- Out of town guests were Mrs.
Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Alice Leach and the late Cecil guson Montuoro of Tampa children and youth by planningand youth.
Ginger ,
ler poured coffee punch.
Robbie Shaper Mrs. J.It. Red- Donald assisting in the
E. Leach of Starke, to of w programs
Assisting In serving were Mis Linda Letter and Miss "Our congratulations to these
dish, Mrs. Linda Kay Johns, Keith Bennett, son of Mr. and s fields of nutrition, health, edu-
Kicharde Mrs. of Gainesville their efforts
McConnell -
Mrs. II.M. Sheila people for
and The Mrs. Harry shaped Mooty.luncheon Mrs. Donald Bennett of Lawtey. W.W. Hood, Mrs. J.R. Wain- +T rt6{ s.r I : Major and Mrs. R.B. ,cation, and social welfare. young and our thanks to the many generous -

table was square centered with a garland The marriage will take Laura place wright, Mrs. Robert !Nobles, .d k Backus and daughter, Susan, Approximately 35 young peo- citizens of Starke for
In the
Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. Mrs. John Watson m, Mrs. Robins Ga. Mr. and UNICEF to tills high
of Ivy Interspersed with of Warner nl'" Trick or Treated for their contributions
Baptist Church. : William M. Meng and Mary Clark and son David "
golden rain florets and yellow Miss Leach Is a 1971'graduate Mrs.Vajne for one hour Monday night purpose.
Anne Miller.At David of
of Tampa, Simon
At table
daisies. the center was
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of
a focal point in the living Miami Daniel German of Key
of fall flowers
an arrangement Cadillac Manufacturing Co.Mr "Put Common Sent
Place room was an arrangement of West, !1rs. Icle Lamb of Avon
and giant bronze mums. ---- --------------
from
Bennett graduated pink and white carnations and Park,' Rev. and Mrs Thomas And Reason
cards marked the seating arrangement -

The hostesses for the presented 21 guests.the HI American IS in 1972 Insulation and is employed of Jack at. baby Mrs.breath.Patten was presentedwith Cindy/ :/ Lee Sink Weds Mr. CoxIn and Feamster Mr. and of Keystone Mrs. Robert Heights Rosier -, Dock Into Our Government"

honoree and her mother Mrs.M. sonville.All friends. and relatives are a white rosebud corsage First Presbyterian ChurchMiss and son, Bo, and Clyde j Vote
and a silver and crystal salad Simpson of Jacksonville.Dr. .
.A. Baldwin with rosebud corsages Invited to attend.Shower -
Mrs.Mon set from her hostesses as a t
and also gave memento of the occasion.'Approximately : Cindy! Lee Sink, daughter BUS and the Career AcademyIn
dinner plate to her chosen FRANKWILLIAMS
tuoro a 85 guests call of :Mr. and :Mrs. Rudolph Atlanta. She Is employed as and Mrs. Raymond Hesse 4

china pattern as memento Given ed during the party hours, 1). Sink of Starke and :MichaelN. a dental assistant In Gainesville of Jacksonville were Sunday

of the occasion. For Mrs. Lifesay.; .11 to 12:30.: Those from out-of- Cox son of :\1(.. Marie guests of Dr. and Mrs. 11.11..
? town were Mrs. Paul Selle Cox of Gainesville and the late Mr. Cox graduated from Adams. :

Halloween// Recent Bride and Miss Ellse Jones of Gaines- !Ned Cox of Frostproof, were Frostproof high school in
PartyAt
Frostproof and Santa I'e Community
ville, Mrs. Charles Roberts united In marriage Saturday Mrs. Myrtle Anderson visited HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
He
t Davis HomeThe Mrs.'George Lifesay,the for and daughter, Cary, of !New- evening at 7:30: p.m. In the College, Gainesville.Bruver i Cot- Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson In
Is employed by 'y
mer Kathy Edwards a recent berry, and Mrs.Beach.W.M. Mengof irst I Presbyterian Church. ting, Inc. In Gainesville, where Callahan over the weekend. DISTRICT 25

home of Mr. and Mrs. bride, was. honored:at a bridal St. Petersburg The couple exchanged vows Ina the couple will live. (DEM)

Harry J Davis was the scene shower Saturday night given by double-ring with

of a Halloween party for the Mrs..Homer,:btearns And Mrs Halloween Party the Rev. Eric Johnson ceremony and Rev
Tuesday 'lullle Norman at the home of
grandchildren
Davis the latter. 1:1.: For Junior M YF Thomas Feamster officiating.Miss .

night.Spooky was the decorating The refreshment table'was : Lynn Greene, soloist, (?A R Pg Stores
and covered with a white linen cloth ([ Dept
theme.and jack-o-lanterns The junior high United Methodist and Mrs. Charlotte Greene,organist .. _
goblins hovered around the chil- and centered with a crystal Youth I ellowshlpwith Mr. !, presented a progra' l T !1*" "?TT 1"15'

dren as they enjoyed candled punch bowl which was encircled and Mrs. J.T. Carver, counse- of nuptial music. ... t If!(, fr ': ; _
apples, candy and wn \h. The,, :.. with fern and ptchlds,w,lto.rs, held'a Halloween part \.i Ji '
party was staged following ait' Miss !Beverly I'ggers'presto- < Saturday'') night In the Fellowship ,.with ,peoestar' baskiiafof ''6 u. .
evening of tridk."or-treathsg.. ed at the punch bowl and Mrs. Hall; tumn orange and gold gladioli.

Attending were l Drew and Norman cut tile cake. l Wane Crews, Collne Green and mums against a back:!

Brian, sons of Mr. and Mrs. The hostesses! presented the and Terry I Carver decorated the ground of lighted tapers In i fir'.., They're Permanent Press! men's long sleeve .
Jiandall I Davis, and Tracy 1 and honoree and her mother,Mrs. hall in the Halloween motif for branched candelabras x

Hal, daughter and son of Mr. Harvey Edwards: with orchid the occasion. The refreshmenttable Mr. Sink gave his daughterIn

and Mrs. Harold I>avls.Woman's corsages as a memento of the was covered with a white marriage. She wore a long sport shirts

occasion. linen cloth decorated with paper white gown of sots peace In
Sixteen guests called between p.unpklnsJ.witches, skulls and empire. style with a high neck- :
Club the part hours, eight. and nine spiders. Centering the table wasa line of sota peare Illusion and

o'clock. crystal punch bowl with orange Venice lace,bishop sleeves with
To Meet Nov.
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punch. tight cuffs, and featuring adeep ; ,, ;
The 20 young people attendIng ruffled bottom around the skirt y u Rea.$399 2 $7

Mrs. 1 D.M. Helm of Jacksonville : Hospital Auxiliary;! ; enjoyed bobbing for apples; and flowing Into a cathedral I 4, for

district four director of Bazaar FridayThe told ghost stories with John train. The trim of Venice lace
the I lorida Federation of Wo- Denmark getting a prize for embroidered with seed \pearls, s ffk

men's Clubs, will speak on telling the scariest story; for- was scattered on the sleeves, Really stylish solid colon, or fancy prhnts...justa
"One Nation Under God" at Bradford Count; Hospital tune' telling bj !Mrs. L. C. cuffs waistline and above the I, 1 right for Fall) Long tails' long point collars In
the Starke Woman's Club Auxiliary will hold a bazaar Early:: ; a scavenger hunt; brokea ruffled bottom. Her forward sizes SM-L-XL.

luncheon meeting next Wed- I Fridayfrom: 0 a.m. to 9 P.m.. pinata furnished b>' CanaSch- four-tier veil of silk illusion men's ruffout'leathercowboy
nesday. All members are urged in the store next 'Ito.Leila's, mldt; and at the end of the party fell from a high halo of seed
to attend. l Dress ShoP on l:i Call Street. were taken home on a hay- pearls. She carried a white e boots

The 12:13: p.m. luncheon and homemade .Items, plants, ride driven b).' Jay Carver and heirloom Bible topped by a t F, men's bell bottomcorduroy ,
program will be under the direction clothes Christmas'decorations L.C. Early: bouquet of cascading white roses h

of the Public Affairs and baked goods will bean, sale. :Mr. and Mrs. harry Green and carnations centered
department with Mrs. Eugene assisted in serving and con with a white orchid. jeans

Tanner chairman. Other com- ducting die games.Shatters :Mrs. Sally Rosier attended 988,

mittee members are Mrs. A.J.narl" Stefani Dukes, her sister as matron of hon- Here they are! Uncut corduroy .
Mrs. G.S. Brown, Mrs. or and her maid of honor was ,, 1

,
) +1 jean with 4 patch pockets
Jim Chas- Has Birthday Party :Miss Sheila:McConsell.Brides. i Yawls" want e1Ih.a
Mn. a
Edward Bums HonoredOn pair M
really neat flare legs) In ......
maids :Miss\ Linda Lefter .n cowboy faoou toto
were
A.1* .Covtngton Mrs.
teen, Mrs. i Burgundy or Gold sizes and597' lop off any outfit .
L.O. llazen, Mrs. J.C. Hobbs, Little Stefani Dukes celebrated 25 Anniversary and Mrs. Ginger Montuoro. 1 th.y,look Lrram.nywhwd*
Mrs. J.D. Odom Mrs. Guy her third birthday Sunday Their A-line silhouette gowns t A to 38. 'In MIUr.1 l or N.own.q
8\\*to '3.
Sale and Mrs. Robert Ward. afternoon when her parents,. The Ladles of St. Edward'sAltar were of orange chiffon with a
J.C. Dukes Victoria neckline on an em- ;
Mr. and Mrs.
gavea
Society a surprise
gave :
pire bodice adorned with rib-
part for her and eight! part In dIe Parishednesday l Hall
Birthday Party little friends at their home on \\ night for Mr. land bon pull-through lace and featuring b 4 r

Given At t HamptonKim M\rte Street. Mrs. Robbie Shaller on their bishop .Ieevel. They t
matching picture
The party was held In the wore crown ) '
25th wedding annUersarj. hats,' and carried baskets of
balloons used
where were
Brown of Starke and yard as decorations. The refreshment The was V-shaped covered refreshmenttable with a lace autumn flowers r 100% polyester double knits
:Miss Allison Denmark
Tammle nestfoll of Hampton table was centered with was
cloth and centered bj a crystal
were entertained recently at a Raggedy Ann doll cake. punch bowl.At one end of the flower girl and wore an orange yek) E; ladies
a birthday party given by Bev- Mrs. Hairy Gruen. assistedin table was an anniversary cake dress Identical to the pant sets
erly Westfall and Janice Roirk: serving. bridesmaids. She won a short
topped with bells and single
a nI
idea
,
at Hampton. veil attached to an orange ribbon P 'rr/ ;

. In addition to eight! little candle. :Mister Whitehead, nephew C w I ,s tit
Mrs. Jimmie oodard Is convalescing of the bride 't tit'
was ring
Included .
friends, those attending '
.
in Shands :Medical
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HoI- bearer. ter Fall's here and so is
Center, Gainesville, after surgery Daniel German of Frost J099
llngsworth. Sr., grandparents; Carps gigantic selection, of
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last \\ednesdaj.Mr. g
best and
) proof was man grooms-
Mrs. Dot Cason, grandmother 'lovely ladies Pant Suits .
men were David Simon of :Miami ?
and other relatives.The and Mrs. C.L.> Dtnklns,' Murray Wilson Livingston 1 : 'j all in easy care fibres. that

youngsters were given Mrs L.J.; Green and P.M.Bare- Ala and :Mark\ Wilson of !f S, you'll never wash or Iron! They're 2.piece styles

favors. of party; hats, horns and foot attended a birthday dinner New Arrivals Frostproof, cousins of the t some with 2" cuffs, others without all terrific
balloons. Refreshments oft Ice >Sunday at the home of Sir and \. values! Your favorite colors in sizes 10 to 18, 14/4

cream, cakes, and cookies were Mrs. Harry Stalling*In Gainesville Reception was held at. the to 24V4 and don't forget: You can

served. on :Mr. Barefoot' blrthdaj. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Carlton E. Starke Woman's Club with decorations 0 V''r' charge your Pant Suit et Carps.

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of
autumn colors in
Meng of Stafford, t'a. announcethe -
birth of An- flowers and lighted tapers c rT s-\ ? 100e/a stretch
a daughter, throughout. the reception: area. < ? nylon =,
gella Christine, on Oct. 27.
The '
bride's table
was covered
Fabulous Paternal grandparents are Mr, with a white embroidered body
and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton. .Mv.ur
y
linen cloth centered with a i I
three-tiered wedding cake machine washable MASTER CHARGE j ,, Popultv'.tliinnv
At C,rptl, ThMy ., .. ,
INK !>' In talid, shirts32a I' ,
SPOTSj ; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson topped with wedding bells of. no iron! 100% polyester way to hop with lonfj I I
\ %( 1 of Starke seed pearls, and lighted tapers double knits -? 2.burton *u the birthof
announce con..ni.nt I 'J'' I .
in silver candelabra.Mrs. .
FLOOR SHOW '::Jrr: a son, Devtn Wade on Oct. : R. G. Paterson presented Th..,to do...'I. ).,.S31: .....h. In....". 'I 'I 1.., l I' ,
wl..sq.1' a M.
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16 in Alachua General Hospital.Mr. !. knln ond ro .
guests to the receiving line (Mhion. rioht lor
and Miss Evelyn Sinclair _'....IM.IM' < < ,
was
and Mrs. Audy; Hinson, ono mMi. In tlq 3 I
Tonight Thurs. in charge of the bride's book. I
Nov. 2 Palatka, announce the birth of Presiding at the bride's table tMfUf mmrnft..oolori, W.OVM. .tn Imp body now shirts.loyono)look 1 it /
a son on Oct. 30. Maternal era a eewin.sportswear...
Mrs. Sue Denmark
were Betty
,
STARKE J.grandparents H. Dennis of are Starke.) Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Wilson, Mrs. Joyce no iron! dressmaker,t;M 99

Clark Mrs" Susan Cotney and. fabrics k
body shirts
Miss( Sandra Hugglns.
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mc- Also assisting! Mrs. roll' prkra and..: N.t,7M4V They look Nhott0
the birth of were .din .M e.M..gr ;' -MNIL.q/.w..de, DlOBO OUtfltO
J... 'Carthy announce Peggy Feamster, Mrs.[ ---- ,. ---- .. ........-
daughter Dorothy Renee', Johnson Miss Stacey .nmark MM _.. 66 _-L. -. -. .. ..... __
, 8:00: P.M. on October 26 In Alachua General 5Md.wAD. La J wep.e.b..It S-M..k.
Gainesville. Maternal Miss Susan Backus, Mrs. CInd)'. .......... ,Iii/ .Mod..,
Hospital -
Rowell! Mrs. Linda lung and R a.-. a ..-
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$1O.OO.. PER COUPLE grandparents are -Mrs. master David Clark.
Lena O'Neal of Starke, and

Open To Public. ''John Springs.B. Kfght.Paternal Green grandparents Cove- left with After on their a spending wedding guests some the trip couple to time the QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Char** 'It

TICKETS; SOLD AT THE DOOR are Mr. and Mrs. JamesH. North Carolina mountains.The .
McCarthy, of Starke.
bride is a graduate of

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Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turnerand
daughter, Kayo and Mrs. Col. and Mrs. J.A. Grlffln
attended the funeral of her I
Betty Reddish
; visited Mr. and
Mrs. W.T. Brinson,Roy Turner brother, Boyce Coker d8.In West
and Brant Turner In Valdoata Palm Beach on Oct. : Also
Ga. on Sunday. attending the funeral were Mr.
NII and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy and
Mr*. Eve Baldwin and John Mrs. T.H. Slade.
Godwin were in Orlando last
Sunday to Wednesday visiting Local admittances to Brad-
Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Register, ford County Hospital this week
and also visited Disney World. include: Herman Schroeder,
t Lake Geneva; Kathy Sue Locke,
Mrs. Phillip Barton and Mrs. ItINI H4f \' Mrs. Leona Brown Zone END Of' SEASON
Mary Smith of Gainesville were, Brooks. Polly Griffls. Albert -
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Eve Hartmann. Mrs. Ethel I
Baldwin. Casey Starke; Miss Eliza-, 1
both Daly Keystone Heights
4f Mrs. Lucille Cauley endLloyd
Mrs. Carrie Herlong of King, Lawtey; Mrs.Mary r
Saluda, N.C. Is recuperating at Morris. Mlddleburg; Willie
the home of her son and daugh- .? A -,- -w-v t Southerland, Lake Butler; and
ter-in-law. Dr.' and Mrs. H.H. Mrs. Annie Ward, Waldo
Adams, after being confined In Y
Bradford County; Hospital for
two weeks. Misses Johanna Fowler,Carol /DISCOUNT\
Hardy, Gayle Hatcher and
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng of ------- --.--.,. Debbie Thomas attended the .
St. Petersburg Beach spent the Florida Acteen "Com To-
weekend with their parents Mr. Chuck Register, of Troop 70, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard gether" at Clnco Baptist Church I
and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. Register, was presented with an award by Scout Fort Walton Beach Thursday to
and Mrs. E.L. Matthews. Sunday.
%
master Don Hardenbrook for outstanding appearance at

Mrs. J.R. Kite and Miss Lillian the monthly Troop inspections during the past six months. Mrs. Robert Ward gave a surprise SALE
Stump attended the American The award was mad. at last week's meeting of the birthday dinner party;
Cancer Soclety; meeting at Saturday night for her husband
Daytona Beach over the week- Stark Rotary Club, which sponsors Troop 70. whose birthday fell on Hallo

ween. The Halloween theme ,
,,
end.Mr. was used In the party; decora- .,'""
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and Mrs. Charles Myersand George W. Brown and Steve Mrs. N.K, Hurstoflndlanapo- tions. Ten guests enjoyed! the .:V' "'L'
Simmons attended General lis, Ind is i '."
family of Atlanta visited a visiting Mr. and affair. ,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Electric dealer meeting In Port Mrs. T.FI. Slade and Mrs.Clyde .1 t, :
Harrison over the weekend and St. Lucie over the weekend. Sinclair for two weeks. Mrs. C. H. Cronley of Las .\,. .. \\,

attended the!UF Freshman gameon Vegas Nev. visited her daughter \, .
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mrs. Ann Moog of Baltimore Mrs. Richard R. Addison ,j.A..
returned Monday from two Md. Is a guest this week of Mr. and family at Ralford last week ,, 1 "'
weeks vacation at Whittier, and Mrs. W.R. Richardson. ;,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nobles and also visited points of Interest -
N.C., and also visited
their son-
and moving to Jack- In Florida.
sons are
sonville this week. in-law and daughter Mr. and Dr. Wallace Dekle of Gainesville j' ,.
Mrs. J.N. Belche and family In was last Wednesday after-
Norfolk Va. noon' visitor of Mr. and Mrs. SHOP
W.H. Norman

Mrs. Vernon SIlcox under- SHOP Leila's E. 0. M. Sale
went surgery Friday In River- Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins

side Hospital Leila's E. 0. M. Sale Spring attended Hill Homecoming Methodist at ChurchIn the Out-of-town miests at the Cindy ,

Alachua Sunday. Sink-Michael Cox wedding, I

Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Le- Saturday night we.re: Mrs. VI-. it i,.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ogden roy Glisson will regret to learn Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch cle Lamb of Avon Park, grandmother -\
Bates In Jacksonville Sunday. of the death of Mrs. Glisson's and Mrs. Daisy Ferryman returned of the groom;Major and : ] Ili'' '"
father, Joe Startini Tacoma, Monday, after a week's Mrs. R.B. Backus and son .
Wash., last Tuesday.Dr. vacation in the Smoky Moun- Matthew and daughter, Susanof
tains. They also visited their Warner Robins. Ga. Mr.. and
Mrs. H.C. Ritch and Mrs. II.
//c'7
Clark and ,
son
Mrs. Wayne
daughter, Mrs. Barbara Har- I'I;
M. Rlcharde visited Mrs. War- and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonhad vey, In Atlanta and attendedthe David, of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. =' i ". III,
ren Whitten In St". Augustine as dinner guests last Friday 49's-Falcon football game Dewey Payne and son, Kelly, :: I'I I II
Sunday. evening at the Holiday Inn. Sunday. Mrs. Mary Wilson and Mark I I III III r i.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Glisson Wilson of Frostproof; Mr. and '.1
SHOP of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph SHOP Mrs. Wilmot Pike and family of I i i.., atr
Wise of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.Mur- w
Lake Wales; Mr.and ilflIII
Leila's E. 0. M. Sale stone Mrs. Heights.Mrs.Charlie. Burnett of Key- Leila's E. 0. M. Sale ray Wilson of Livingston, Ala.,

and Mr. and Mrs.Howard Black / dl4a. "

children Mrs. Henry of Gainesville Rlcharde and Ethel Simmons'of Rich- U.K. Tyus returned Saturday of Knoxvllle Term. :
are mond, Va. and after last week in Riverside -
Mrs. Clara surgery l.-V .
spending Tuesday to Friday with Miss Martha Dennis'of FSU
walls of Camilla Hospital.Mr.
Ga.
were
Mrs. H.M. Richarde. was home for the weekend.
guests Sunday to Wednesday of
last week of Mrs. Bertha and Mrs.H.A. Lawson and
Mr. and Mrs.LaRue Williamsand \ /
son of Ormond 'Beach) wUl) :' ) Pearce *I They',visited Mrs" ( Mrs".cJJes.LawSQl1j1t. \ \I"W'W.11'Steam" CK"an Ah*"'hlhglMt !!!
spend the weekend with-h1( ?',parents ..' I!. .;Ha7ne4! arICL\11U&: .te iarU%land children.:1 A1attand.( aurle, :: *.ff>?.H6u etilMohfi. ) &'.Homes; STOCK I III I.I Oil'' II' '
in Winter while btTbttahasswtM'e'irrMarlon: ( : ::: '
son.':-*f Mr. and Mrs.R,_ACol-.,,. I haven here N.C. Thursday to Sunday visit- Paint Stripping, ,r,! :9& .577t.. ,, I" : .""." ,, I IN STOCKBrand I IN STOCK

Mrs. Arlen McKnight returned ing Bud Lawson, who has been r i ': "
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde and Mrs. Monday from a two weeks ill.
Annie R. Norman 'Of Jackson- visit with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Stallworthof Ii H.P. 10 H.P. 12 H.P.
ville returned;i Tuesday of last daughter Lt. Col. and Mrs.Don Monroevllle, Ala., Mr. and
week from ten days visit with Koretz In Alexandria Va. En- Sunday Mrs. Dwight Lynch of Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce NormanIn route home she visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer of "' .
Gastonia, N.C., and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Langston In Columbia Demopolls Ala. and Mrs. D.C. New" /
Mrs. .Exley Call In Charlotte S.C. for several days. Night Supper Forehand of Albany, Ga. will
N.C., be weekend guests of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Smyth of Mrs. T.H. Slade and all will
Maryland were weekend guestsof I 1 1/2/ pounds pork sausage, attend the Auburn-Florida
will St.am Clan Anything!) his grandmother Mrs. Ber- cut in .14 patties game. Mrs. Forehand will remain Cub Cadet Tractors
,
Roof; Haute; Mobil. Homes; tha Pearce. 1/2/ cup union, chopped with the Blades for a ,'''
Point Stripping 964.5771 1 1/2 cup Florida I.'rl'elp"pp''r., week's visit. !" ;

SHOP chopped
Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort :'I I cups fresh Florida tomatoes SHOPLeila's
Lauderdale spent the past week chopped or 2
cups
with her mother Mrs.J.S.Sapp Leila's E. 0. M. Sale canned tomatoesCounce '
and family. E. 0.' M. Sale

ass s. aa ha a 1/2 teaspoon can tomato salt paste NOW 0 OFF
1/8/ teaspoon pepper Mrs. Marguerite Herres of :
1 1/2 teaspoon basil Belle Fontaine, Ohio Is visit- 1,0,
1/2 1/ teaspoon oregano ing her son and family Mr. ,. ..
and Mrs. Herb Herres until ,
J 1/2/'chl''se12.ounce cup crated Parmesan Thanksgiving. ;.. "

package corn ," .' ,

1 cup muffin Cheddar mix cheese, grated the O1ctf6 REG. PRICE'International >

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1 I over x700I Lightly brown sausage patties
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES SCHEDULESAND Hospital.. Roy Crtffls. of Plant City, from San Francisco, Calif., y menu before you fo I marketIng -

Grace United Methodist was a Friday overnight guest Fort Pierce St. Augustine and o thatyou will not buy
Church: Sunday School 9:45 of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Jacksonville besides the following something you Actually do
a.m. Worship services, II Bryan Cowan Jacksonville, : Mr. ,and Mrs Arlle not need.
a.m. and 8 p.m. MYF will meet spent the weekend with his Dobbs Sandra and Mike Dobbs. t .e.
Mrs. Lois Carter Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Monday night at 7. Young Peoples grandparents
Leon Mr and Mrs.
I Classes will J.F. Robertson and Mrs. Edith Starling
pttsm
;
Glee and Mr. and Don't RushAllow
: Starling son, t
be belt Irst half hour of MYF Swlnney.
Mrs. Danny Jackson and Mr.
three Choir ,{ '
for the.ext weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and Mrs. George Shuford and K yourself enough
Pract II, 7:30: jwn. 16r1/ i 1l eY
and Miss Rachel Boyer of family A good time was reported time do not
Sao! day, Nov. 4, Is "Slave hopping w you
Day'' for MYF of the church. Jacksonville met their other by all present. glNl : have. to rush money .Is lost in
Any .sores which you may have brothers and sister at the home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- ti; .. snap decision
for sm. pleaaecaUthepaator. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyer at field and Sidney Harbin wentto 1
H .U and Baptist Church:Sun- Fairfield and enjoyed a family Clarkston Ga., on Thurs- J4f
day ichool 9:45: a.m. WorshipSe dinner on Monday the occasion day. They visited with Mrs. f ABCIIMAT1IUC8JIM> $
ces. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. being Fred Boyer't birthday Gaynelle Moody and checkedon

Pi .r meeting Wednesday at anniversary.Miss their brother Harold Bar- ,, rv
7:: followed by Choir Prac- Elizabeth Terry was a Held, who Is seriously 111 In y s
guest of her sister, Mrs. C.E.
tlct.
the hospital there. They returned -
Gainesville.,Wed-
Strickland
home Sunday night.Mrs.
The PTA Halloween Carnivalwas nesday to Friday. They attended Sidney Harbin Mrs. Gaynelle
a complete success. There Prayer Meeting at Forest Moody and Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
was a complete sell-out on Park Baptist Church Wednes- Barfield plan to return hereon
everything. Many thanks to day night. Wednesday.
everyone who had a part in any Leslie North, of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. BoyetteJr.
of the activities. There must ville, spent the weekend with and family attended a Hal- t
a t r
have been approximately 750 her uncle and aunt Mr. and loween Party at the home of tti 'w

to 1,000 persons present duringthe Mrs. S.L. Swindell.Mr. their uncle and aunt, Mr. and 4' { ya y .
and Mrs. Maine Grif-
evening. Mrs. Frank Williams,In Hampton -
Mrs. Cora Hodges Mrs. Marian ftc and family of Palatka.were Saturday night/
Hall, and Jeff of Jackson- luncheon B\lestloftbelrmother. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Star-
vII were luncheon guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister ling of Bartow, Mr. and Mrs.
the. lister,Mrs.Hester Hicks Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn on Carroll Starling Mulberry; i b

on 1 esday.M Sunday. Mrs. Aus1n! Lanier, Ruskin; :
s Priscilla Tanner of the M.B. Futch of Jacksonville Mrs. J. E, Mclver Ocala; Mrs. '
University of South Florida visited his aunt, Mrs. Selma Al Perser, Jacksonville; Mrs.J. A wi, f" 4 ns
Tampa spent the weekend with Eunice and the Harold Eunices D. Starling, and Mrs. J. C.' + n41r
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L.S. on Wednesday. Lyons Glen St. Mary and JohnE.
Tanner.Mr Mr. and Mrs. James 'Andersof Starling, of Eaton Park attended -
and Mrs. Randall Bradley Palatka treated their parents the funeral of Roscoe
', Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. O.J Johns In Marietta Baptist ,
week' id with their mother, Anders, to a trip to the Sea Church Jacksonville! and then
j'
Food Festival and luncheon at c
Mrs. t.L. Bradley. gathered at the home of Mrs. JIM LAWSON
Cr gory Dyal leaves Mondaymor Apalachlcola on Saturday. H. C. Walnwrlght for lunch anda
for his assignment In Mrs. Nlta Dyal, and Mrs.
!ng short visit in the afternoon.
Cleon Dowllng of Starke and A clarinet In one hand and a goat In the other. celebrated Halloween BOOTLEGGINGIS
Tug '. lie was granted extra Mrs. Joe Dorko and Mrs. Tuesday before the parade. OLD TRADE
tf Because of his sister'se. Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee.Panama Ernest Wells, were luncheon That's the way BHS band ,m.mber Charlotte Whltohead
...idttlon.e City visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo nonilcKKliiK/ / Is. ""' wardsloth
guests of her ------------------ -.. -----------, ----
and Mrs. Hormle Kelly Dyal Leonette Dyal and Mrs. D. Gllchrlst, toothtrrrela- ------------- ------- -------------------------------- -- \ iii IIIIII.IIPI'III',1',d ID II-

visited Leonette Dyal in Ala- Lomle Mosely on Saturday IriMl/ I trade hi dislillfil IliiuofS.llavo .
tives In Brunswick on Sunday.
chopped
afternoon. tapioca Dutch oven. Cover and cook you C'Ih""lthl\ alxnit
chua ville on General Friday.Hospital, Gaines- Mr. and Mrs.Dan Starling and Mrs. Gllchrlst returned home Oven 2 cups fresh Florida 1 bay leaf, crushed in a slow oven ((300"F.) for 2 the origin of.I ho wnnt.l, IneitIk'RpbgzT"'his -
for visit. .
with them a
iiiinie'pimu* IlIltI
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay- family, of Jacksonville, were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilker- tomatoes, chopped 1/2/ L.t crushed thyme 1/2/ to 3 hours or until meat iinili'cmisc/!/ '11,sellers of tlh'/oI1I1/ ;
ton and son, of Jacksonville luncheon guests of their parents son spent a few days with their Beef Stew 2 Florida it'een'peppers, 2 teaspoons waft is tender. Stir occasionally. whl.kl'ur"11. hid Onl bottles l
and Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews, Mr. and Mrs.Doyle Star- brother and sister-in-law Mr. rut Into rings 1/4/ I teuBpoon pepper Makes six to eight servings In. their lang.b.sts/ ,' .
of Clearwater,visited their mo- ling, on Saturday. They will be and Mrs. Bob Padgett and other 1 can ((15 oz.) garbanzo beans .
C.R.Crews on Satur- living In the Jordan Rental houseIn (chick ), drained IlonllvKKliw'' IIIM luriiioo n
Mrs.
peas
ther
relatives at Lake Wales. Thoroughly|| combine till ingredients KtVilt( deal more xopliiMimtod.
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this community. 2 pounds beef chuck, cut In J 1/4 water
day.Mrs. cup and place In aBILL'S since Hip 11 nio whi'ii min "-111'-
Julia Hall', and granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North 1 1/2-inch cubes 1/3/ cup quick-cooking "lied ImttliMi. < In their hunts. but
Mrs. Stuart Akins, Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan and POSTED SIGNS: Treatedto 6 Florida carrots, halved or APPLY NOW I ho ('. S. Government xllll con-
and Mrs. J.E. Cowan all */* + "If*-4" V. 'It
spent Friday with her son and Mr. withstand weather- each quartered "lIh'II\! .HIM us.. illruiil tin it
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville, stopped by on $2.25 doz. Special price on 1/2 onions, sliced wilt back: ihrn. l MnntlcuKint: /! issmiR'timi's .
Nashville cup We Trim Men to Work Al .
Los McClellan. their return trip from Bradford used IlIlh'II"l'Ihl' olhrr -
Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly Term and were dinner larger quantities. 1 cup fresh cut Florida corn C.B. RADIOAND illicit tnido. butt nil veryc'fton.
visited their brother-in-law and guests of Mr. and ,Mrs.''J.1- County: Telegraph. 1/2 cup Florida celery, to. "..4} LIVESTOCKBUYERS "' HiicillriiUliiK: : In moM/ ''"-
pk- still. moans I ti lie, Illruiil: nullill' -
Robertson and Mrs. Edith
,
sister, Mr. and Mrs. RoyTom- EQUIPMENT "' liquor.HontlrHKJMK.
Hnson, of Ocala, and their brother Swlnney on Sunday
John G. Kelly at Delandon Mrs. Larry Norman and Mrs. Thank YouTO ; r 321 N. Temple-. 964-8346 or Ph. 964-8361 If you have tome livestock / : IH. nut our Inislni'SH. -
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Wednesday. Ola Starling visited Mrs. experience we WIll train you :-1I11.r..1! nixinnuT. are
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore Phillips in Bradford County: DISTRIBUTOR FOR to buy cattle sheep and our ,business,, .. 'e1'n' today, ,
Hospital on Sundayafternoon. \. hogs mill line! "mil" iilHiut our '!uuhtyt't :
and family of Jacksonville
were luncheon guests of their Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, ALL MERCHANTS WHO SO GENEROUSLY i' PRODUCTS For a local interview write > '\'u'c. (,'UII"JJ.\WI'" \ sutisfuctionIuurantct'd
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jr., and family were luncheon ,,' PEARCE SIMPSON today with your background.Include :
AQUAjNTED
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Woman Wins Split In Football Contest WISH THAT I'D SAID 301 .


mu missed only two games lost out when the tfe breakerbut I
MlM Mill and Padgett was applied; the tour Included M DRIVEIN
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came closest to Keystone another lady football fan. Mrs. I
Height's 64-0 tramping of a Carolyn Fuqua of Starke wife
hapless Bell team. of Police Chief Ken Fuqua. Showtlm.7P.M.
I Four other proffixwttcators Their son. Ken. 16, Is a previous "It's all right to save
I missed only two games, but winner of the contest. money but too many peopleare Fri., S9t.. Nov.3,4..
r trying; to save .it from

folks they owe it to. ." .. .
F -Dale Holdrldge Langford .. .
BBS HighlightsYour r r S TODAY V
(S. Dak.) Bugle. .
: the Poddl!

I : TOMORROW :
1 lone awaited lowed Park P.K. '
privileges by Orange -
D.the World tJ]
are here Seniors! Yonge, )Bradford; Lake Butler FLORIDATHEATRE !< :
Wednesday Oct. 25, a class Palatka Central and Green D.
meeting was held to take up Cove. ." '
notarized permission slips and wwNhlef..
give out BHS buttons to the Bolles and Buchholz failed ,

students. Seniors wearing the to show. The meet also servedas .
buttons will be able to leave
the conference championship -
Mitt Dortky Mills and Edward Lee Padgett right,
the at lunch
campus and study with Palatka winning Orange Showtime-W 7:00:
hall. Park placing second accept $50 ch.cksom' Ray Stone, manager of Eagle- Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: LP
-Debbie Thomas Bradford coming In third. Be- DeVane Department Store, a cosponsor of the contest

Annual Staff members on the sides the meet.Hodges who placed thirdin after tieing In the Football Contest for Cath. Friday. Saturday. SundayNoy.mb.r .

got! Monday marked the first 3,4.3 .
day for the selling of ads for. Scoring for Bradford was Carl so young Ken and his mother a wide area who entered the .Plus.I"'BLACULA'
a. this year's annual. Hursinger Jimmy Cauley Paul form a pretty good football contest for cash last week.
rl4 r Members of the 1972-1973 Annual Parsons and Ricky Solze. According family. Seventeen fans missed only IT'S THE BIG TOP OFWONDERTAINMENT 'IS THE

Staff have started the long to Parsons everyoneran The four include Elam Gils- three games In a week that ''
process of selling ads to local the best time of their Career 'son, Keystone Heights; David saw prognosticators do the most MOST HORRIFYING
merchants In order to purchase on the tough Ravine Gar Jones Starke Al Waddell accurate guessing of the season FILM OF THE DECADE;'
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j" the expense the an- den course. Starke and Mrs. Fuqua. to date. But only two or Dlsneys .Count Diacula Society
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ual. The next Tornado meet Is Sat., One game missed by five of three percent correctly guessed : '"
"Wheooe..I exclaims Claud. Crow ton, the Merchants If you are called Nov. 3 against P.K..Yonge and the six was the HarvardDartmouth Colorado-Missouri game. Another -.t" (

Telegraph's teml-retlred advertising. manager, as h. sorts on by an annual staff member Ocala Vanguard at Gainesville. contest which ended ina big stumbling block was 1

through"part of last w..k's entries In the Football Con buy an ad In order to help 21-21 tie. counted as a miss the Miami-Army gamo. I
this year's annual be ,a suc- -Jimmy; Cissy unless a person lists it as a Number: of female entrants is Y ( I
Cath. A ;
tett 'for cessl! tie. All five also missed the Increasing weekly. So regard-
It took Crowson and his wife' Adelaide all day Sundayto -Cindy Mitchell The Pine Level Baptist big upset of Missouri over Co- less of whether you are for

come up with the winners. Th. had to go ov.r .443. Church sponsored a '"Wild lorado. Winner Padgett cor- the equal rights for women
The Camera Club held a meet- Man" show for teenagers on rectly guessed the Colorado- amendment or not it Just mightbe I
ballots. Somebody'else can have the job this week Crow.h. Ing Oct. 18 to discuss their Oct. 27 for the Halloween'spirit. Missouri game but missed your week. It's all right

says; he's' busy now hunting for a volunteer. upcoming trip. They decided Buchholz-North Marlon high there on the back page of the
that they would go to St. Augustine school contest. first section- except the ans- Jn %

to take pictures. The The teenagers met .at the There were 443 entrants from wers. ..:aalt A
Mills Starke tied Miss Mills so each of the Camera Club 7:30 .>\ .
Miss Dorothy of score officers Winn Dixie parking lot at : t:_. .uub.t ewnnrr.ln.nSun.
proved women not only have was presented a $50 check are: PresidentSteve Craw- Saturday night. The buses took ----s'-' --- -- "Put Common Sense .;. I'\t\ ,.... [Imo; :]
equal rights but also equal talent splitting the $100 Jackpot down ford, Vice President.James the teenagers to a location ";:0. 1' : : ;.
In a man's game. the middle. Chandler SecretaryTreasurer somewhere out in the woods.It Ott And Reason .
Miss Mills walked away/ with a' Each missed two games and Marlon Bowling. F .-." t: TECHNICOLOR'b.N.N.r
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50-50 split in last week' Foot- each guessed 60 points as the -Wanda Lindsey started as the teens were Back Our GOI'ernmenl"Vote --. i-MIIHAVIff' .Ins*O'.IIHIHtllOW VIM' i f n .'.. r*4tu i *INC
ball For Cash Contest. Edward highest scored by any one team taken through a haunted house E AND ., Mon., Nov 5,4,,
Lee Padgett, also of Starke listed In the contest. Four per- The members of the Future then through the woods where
Homemakers of America Club they were grabbed and chased THE HUNTER..THE HUNTED! "MARINA"#\

had a Kentucky Fried Chicken by spooks. Inside was a coffin 1 FRANKWILLIAMS( WAIT DISNEY .
A SOUTHERN luncheon In the Home EC. Department and a "dead" man. At the Y : ... .?...fBO", 'IO PLUS"GABRILLE' "
Nov. 4. end of the storytelling the man ;* -" ,
CONSERVATIVE Two girls Karen Crawford in the coffin started to'comeout 1.Ql. ,', \.' r -

and Veronica Cummings are of It and everyone was \ M X-Roted .. IBrs. .,Up. ..
running for district officers scared.It .
CONCERNED from BHS. really scared a lot of teens HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES. UCHNICOLOR' i(!]4a ADM $1.25No Babies
-Brenda Carter right out of their wits.
ENERGETIC -Robin CorbIt DISTRICT 25
Service! Well thafs the Brad -Marjorie Derman (DEM)
INFORMED ford County; Clvlnettes.
On Oct. 23 the Junior Clvln. 'L adc4A1J1ll1l.ot.ht"
DEDICATED ettes officially started by electing -
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their 1972-1973officera.
The officers are as follows: I
WIFE MOTHER President Debbie Thomas tUP$351. .

BUSINESS WOMAN Vice President- Connie Chas-
teen, SecretarySue Contois,
and TreasurerSandra Tom-
Elect PAT linson. TO tai

The Junior Clvlnetta Is the t-T uZ'
first service club at>Bradford 1..V1 %

., High School. Trade Santos ser- ON YOUR CHOICE OF BEDROOM STYLES'9' !
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-Brenda Holmes v

PAT is AGAINST. : The Spanish Club held a meetIng it Sta.te4 Style is'edzafatic [ aKINGSIZESLEEPSEI
on Oct. 26 and formed

committees to help raise funds 1t H111rI _
FORCED BUSING :
and discussed memberships.In N 1 rt
TAX ON order to Join the Spanish
SAVINGSSPECIAL ) been
Club you must have a
SESSION -IS BUREAUCRATIC member last year or must be
WASTE
this
taking a course In Spanish
PORNOGRAPHY MORAL POLLUTIONTHE year. You can Join each se- .
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ONE REST ROOM FOR BOTH MEN & WOMEN the Spanish forts.
-Linda BrownA ----I1 t Id KING SIZE SLEEP SET I
DRAFTING WOMEN FOR COMBAT DUTY w 3 -" --- a ",_._jaw.a: :: '; Ma

History Club Is now being -'. ( e b..rW 1.. .rNr.r Iwt ele.r> pM/) '5 .. :
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Tough Drug Laws \, '. on their attitudes and grades. Olt: double drener and chew the centerguided "- r.I..1 I
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Prayer In School And Government getting Annual, in Powder shape Puff for Football the 3rd e Double Drenere $ 95
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Andrews, Comn unity.Bauk Iron Loses Pair, Koch's Takes Bantam LeadBranding


Tied For Small Fry Lead Iron went winless drive going In from five :yards. touchdowns. Branding Iron had .one final that presently shsrei; iflrst place

In two games and u a result Winkler then passed to Ray- Dinky Kilby capped) the first opportunity; moved the ball to with Branding Iro*. Conner Insurance -
found Koch's Drug moving into burn for the lying; point. drive going in from five yards the 15 of Conner! but'ended up after being 1-4 bar
League standings were shaken RESULTS WEDNESDAY.OCTOBER ANDREWS DRUGS 18 their claim on first place In However. Builders refused to out and a 6-0 lead. Eddie Dyal back on the 30 as ,the game now .won threeS'stralght; and

up somewhat u AndrewsDrugs and 25. FIRST FEDERAL 6 last week' Bantam football ac accept anything; short of victory wa* on the receiving: end of ended. The loss foe BrandingIron are 1 ob ling _real Tm1SDAY.
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won two games ANDREWS 13 Andrews Drugs maintained Its tion.Koch's and with Just three minutes ', a Mike Kitchens pan for the was the third consecutive SCIlED n -
share .of first place in Small COMMUNITY BANK 12 hold on second place one game won and lost one.Both remaining In the game, second touchdown and KIlby ran after they had won their November 2j: Builders\ YS &.

Fry Football action last week.Into Community Bank after winning out of first with a 18-6 win teams own Identical 5-3 re Jeffrey Norman found Kevin for the extra point and a 13-0 first five and their next op- 3:45: p.m., och vs Conner

Community Bank went the three consecutive gamesto over the leagues last place cords. Tlllman In t the clear and a 40 lead with only 15 minute of ponent is In the person of none 5 p.m. v r ,
this weeks games atop their move to top of the standings team. First Federal. Team that made the moat' yard pass play was good for playing time gone. other than Koch's, the team
but split
league standings were sidetracked Oct. 25 significant gain was Conner In- Builders. Norman then passed Third touchdown of the first -
two games and as result allowed by Andrews Drugs 13-12. Andrews received the open- surance. Conner: won both to Corbin for the 20th point. half came ,on a 80 yard put

the Drugs:More them.team Both to move Andrews Ing kickoff and marched 35 games they played and both Branding Iron made a strongeffort : .play Kitchens to Greg Williams. City Fish & Meat
with the
Into a Ue wins came over two teams
yards for the first touchdownand to come back but David Kitchens then pasted
and the Bank team are KENTUCKY FRIED 19 In first place. Con-
a 6-0 lead when Barry presently Harley killed their chances with to Roger Mltzel for the 20th .'
5-3 on the FIRST FEDERAL 13 the two co-lead
now year. ner shut out
Thomas passed 15 yards to Interception. point of the first half.
Chicken has
Fried In the second of the Market
Kentucky game brother Brian. ers. The loss by Branding Iron In the second half, Koch's
moved their record to an KFC and First Fed- record of :
now afternoon. Conner now owns a
First Federal tied the game was the second In succession put one more touchdown on
even .500 with four wins and eral provided the fans with a 4-4 and are only on three games *
6-all when Clark crossed Its first .
Kenny after winning five. the board a KIlby to Dyal
for .
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four losses good enough real exciting contest which was over the opponents goal line out of first and, the way they) of 10 yards. 607 E. BrewnUe St. PH. 9648077
third place. First Federal nip and tuck all the way and KFC are coming on, the two,leaders pass .
from 15 INS. 6 shutout
yards out. CONNER Builders avoided a
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having won .', .,
the cellar touchdown
remains scored the winning had better look out. I :
Thomas Andrewsa DRUGS 0 Jeff Joc-'
Barry KOCH when 50
yard bomb
two games against six losses. on the final play of the game. gave In team statistics, Koch's a IN
NOW' OPEN NEW STORE
how has four 12-6 lead scoring from three A real defensive battle ensued kel to Randy Corbln was successful
Each team games Drugs has produced the most \ "
yards out capping, a 40 yard In this game between the.
remaining to be played and the Iron has and Jeff Norman passed '
RESULTS MONDAY points, 116. Branding \
drive. second team.Koch's.
place
league ,
league championship Is sunup OCTOBER 23COMMUNITY- scored 87; Conner 71; Build- to Corbin for the extra point. Martha White "

for grabs. SCHEDULE: Monday Nov.ft ers, the leagued last place team ner Insurance., and third place Con Macaroni & Cheese 2 FREE . 4 for 1.00

BANK 26 First Federal vs KFC, 3:45: These two teams battled on CONNER INSURANCE 2 .
78.In
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KENTUCKY FillED 12 p.m. C. Bank vs Andrews 5 team defense Koch's has Al' even terms for better than BRANDING IRON 0 Meal.-
State Bank maintained ; allowed their opponents a total In a real hard fought defensive '
Community,Its one game lead on p.m.Bank Wednesday vs First Federal Nov. 8:3:45 C. of 64 points. Conner Is right three-fourths interceptions of the stopping game with several battle Conner insurance Eelbeck Grits e . . -Vi5lb.49; ; <

first place by easily downing p.m.; Andrews vs KFC 5 P.m. behind them with 69; BrandingIron pass drives of both team. handed branding Iron a / Buy 5 Ib. Self Rising Flour Andy" ':M .
KFC has 83 while Builders crushing 2Odefeatthatknockedthe
up
26-12. given
could the Meol Free'
Neither team push
Get 2 Ib. Self Riling
4ML has allowed 134 points.In Branding Iron from sole

Individual scoring, Greg first ball Into half.the With end approximately zone In the- possession of first place by }Lard . . . . ;. d. -alb. for 59
Williams remains as the league the margin of a safety.; .
leader having scored 10 touchdowns Koch elghtmlnutesleftinthegame'a Drugs chose to go fora Branding Iron won the coin Cokes. .. .. .. :::-.'_,... ... .8 pK.. 16 ojz.79*Plus Tax

Magnificent in Design. and three extra pointsfor toss and elected to receivethe
Wade first down at midfield on a kick off to begin the . a total of 63 points. fourth and ten situation. The game. Werila Brown & Serve Rolls' Q$94
Winkler of the Brading Iron And that decision: very prob-

Outstanding! in has scored 42 on seven touch- effort Conner's was took unsuccessful over on\downsat and ably was fatal to the red clad Pork Loin H& Whole .: ... .. ..(9.......?:?..".,. .:: .It... 19.

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downs. Randy Corbin of Builders Branding Iron team. If not the
the midfield stripe whichIn ;
1 PerformancePATENTCDAUTOMATIC I has 33 points, and Dinky nag football Is the 40 yard decision alone then surely the Sunnyland 'GradeA.' S Strin Bacon '12 ur wh l' ."idn Ib. 59*

I Kilby of Koch's has 31. line. Conner made this final combination of what occurredon (S.u rod lb., (Not ,'IiceJ" )

i I drive pay otto all on the groundon the klckoff. .
RESULTS TUESDAY The ball was downed on Bran ,
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I OCTOBER 24- Mark the Swain running, Ricky of Billy Johns Lundy and, ding sneak Iron's the one middle yard moved line.the A Brisket Sid w <-s...'. !?,..b--) ---t. lb. 49*


BILL GARDNER I STARKE BUILDERS 20 ing Doug and Reddish.faking The of Conner ball handl-paid ball to up around the four the end yard netted line.two A, Rib Stew . . .(.sue. .10! ...' .-. ..J" .:.: lb. 59.
BRANDING IRON 13 sweep ;
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off the drive was capped on .
as .
I and The the league's leagues first last place place team team a five yard scamper by Billy1' yards. Then to the disaster six. struck the" I Fresh Mullet -, .(Vou. .Clo.n. ). '.' i',Ib., For 1.00
and Conner had upset "
Houv to i locked up In a fierce battle Lundy Koch's. Branding Iron Wade Wlnkler on Fresh "". 10.. a '1 '.' Bunch *
Greens
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l Tuesday October 24, and whenIt The loss for Koch's was a third down and five rolled out ;: ,

was all over, a battling Starke big one since the Branding Iron to pass, retreated to the end
1'.L'I Builders nine had earned a 20- ,had lost a win by Koch's would zone to avoid the rush and was Zubers Hot Or Mild I '
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C oiles Colbert (aefad ,
buy a 13 victory. ""have given them a share of de-nagged uy While Sausage.. . . . -l-b ---r. lb. 79.
for two-point safety.: ;
a .
Branding Iron go ton the board first place. It was also a big, ) .
to lead 6-0 which Is the ,demoralizing for the Brand- "
early win for Conner moving their I
There Will B. A Salesman CookiegZuben
little would
Ing Iron anyone ,
earingAid way the first half ended. After record to 3-4 and placing them

Builders had received the open- only one game behind 2nd place'Koch' have would win believed the game that for safety Con- 1, Sausage, Com On ,In And ,
Idckoff and unable
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I Y-' move the ball they punted on ner Insurance.The Sample Them Saturday Only, ;

II fourth down. Stu Rayburn field- RESULTS THURSDAY remaining 55 minutes of

ed the punt on his own 30 yard OCTOBER 28- the game saw each team move Cash Only .K'.J if.
See your doctor. Hall bo able to .1' line and Rayburn returned It the ball In the middle of the 'N. ,.
1 tell you wh.lh.r or not you need --' -- field but neither able to score.
e hearing aid. .- 50 yards for the 6-0 lead. KOCH DRUGS 26 __' _______ __ _____ ___________u__ __uu_ ___ __ ______.
t.. In the second half Builders STARKE BUILDERS 7 .11"110'00" .

to Aid 'I took a 7-6 lead as Jeffrey Koch Drugs won Its fifth game Denmark ?
Oo e reputable Mooring .r1l1 Say- Wait
Why .
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2 Center.Authorized Norelco Hear :- _--...,. Norman threw a scoring striketo of the year against three losses -''
Ing Aid D... o are thoroughly Randy Corbin, the play covering '! with a polished team vic- '
trained and % terlenced In oil : Enjoy the World of Bassett"iY 'w!
.3 40 The Wonderful >
I ..h.... of totting fitting ond G yards. same combination .tory over Starke Builders. ; .
aervlclng hearing olde. ./ w<' i" clicked for the con- It was definitely Koch's dayas t; :.
,, Y version. they as a team did very YOUR CHOICE of Dining Rooms... J.tl1tMtOO(

Have tho. dealer' teat your .hoar -:.... Builders Increased their leadto little wrong while on the other
3 Ing. 119 freo-and It'. vary alnvpie. 13-6 on the second Normanto ,hand, Starke Builders could
You h llaten to aounda and we "
I make an aodiogram.which Is Corbin pass, this one good not seem to do anything cor-' 3 Styles tJ
for 35 4
of your hearing p.tl..m. yards. rectly. ,
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prom .. .... Branding Iron came back"to" ., .
elbrn. *1dQ1.71.fi you 61 t Koch put together three drive. French "
i with o hating al / coo. >ejitie:: *heN gamed( at ',*all, when.\) >*)Jn'.the'[ first bait a/td/ each drive .\11 ; VI 1
rect your .problem.a Wade Winkler capped a long wUra"
.VldU. PlIld'oft., with'good results
., ItalianSpanish'L !
Look ot the..rl....kind' *of hoar. - - ,..,. -.....rONLY ...... lit .
Ing aide, -from standard body '
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model to tho new Norelco "Be fHEVERYIiICHCAN .: t
hind tho Ear" model' which ha*
27 Li SIEGLER J .r
different aeouilleaf adjustment /
for the moat accurate fitting AFFORD CHEAP AIR "
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Dudley ;Hardy ---... r39' .
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OnI' /feol? r-uw ::: BR ADANDBUTTF.R39c ___ : _& SAUCERS .!flMffiS. *, J"
Clidtegr; P. Hanjy'. ,of Mandar- :e.r.-.tf K 1V IO'' rNO I'i: 101,4' UIN\F.N PLATE39c MM' -NON f CXOOm.. 1nwTMs -
In. ha* opened law emcee In COM Uf. TOWN MM CHIMA.n .
pl!i... will Mart ....1' s.ll.cll.e l of fine, tr..... J "\ Nov q. -----
Stark at 114 N. Walnut St., f' : ND'4a: FRUIT DlSIl 39c r -L-; ---i
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tile former lv< t hln Th. pattern It Infjllili Garden -r' )" I :
location oIl : j
Danny'sFhottwraKiy. A rfcllcai. Nr. fl.r.l d.d1Y.h.rdwlee. the tr.. 'i o'> "oJ NO NO>>I.I.t t', CUP I J9c 'w7N" I ooooww.ra.. ,
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Mr. Hare dj0, ft nattveof: Stark*, .1.1..1. l rim. fA.1a! > Jutt .put. wee ".... ihvpplnglift r' / o'\f\ ;..:,&: '\. _:;o,"y:: ', NO>. to. SAtCtR.: : '39c oaf wNIWr ,II '; ooupon mrM l,00FOUR +w I I
from tile tor fh Larrd "IfaaaW..k" Plc..p t.1Z :' .;;.p/ G; Nc.t I 14.18--t
graduated Uilvrsltyof ,:;; --i' : ; .
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Florida law school In pl.c.! with ('.00 p rcH>9 ,tw* with ** .OOtt I ,,M SKP
and has bn practtdm tor 1985 the p........... .. The. follow .xr tch 4itl. '.. N"II..III I .. I_ "'''' _" _____BOWLS__1__1200";_ ""-.J I

put several year In psz lner. ...-.........._ _...,"'--- __..... n _' .".L ..... .... .
hip with Robert M. Smith, Jr. .... >......x.v.. tAVITHIItilft d r rAV
In the firm of Smith and Hardy
with offices In Gulf Uf Tower
Jacksonville. WACHEE
Mr. Hardy; said that the tll m E tourlfr
will eontlnu In both locations :/

with Mr. Smith .In charge of { {M M. r.x. YNn err rr"A WNN r.. I I'
the Jacksonville offlc. while Id, Y.NrwNrYNNN1M. wmtAm { .....J
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Veteran and widows'receiving f ( w
rr\y 's- SIR lt.
disability; and death pension
under the new law. and
parent receiving dependency I MILD CURED HICKORYSMOKED
compensation, will this year be
allowed to reduce their countable -
Income by defecting. any
unusual medical expenses. according <' HAM
to W. B. Mackall director LtpooV.
of the Florida Dlvfslonof > 81
Veterans Affairs.
"This new provision has
brought to'mind that some of ,, BEEF PE4P !" SHANK
these claimants do not ncelveanruallncomep.Uonna1re.
.," PORTION
the director said. "If a claim
ant Is age 72 or older and ha
received benefits for two years
or more, he or she does not
receive the annual Income s LB
card." he added. 6, \
The VA recently announced
that starting In 1972. thes*particular

claimant will receive ,.'
a notice of their entitlement to SAVE *c MUD CURED BUTT PORTION HICKORY WD BRAND USDA CHOICI tilt

ing claim their..the Mackall unusual deduction further medical by report stated expenes. ARROW X907 $i Smoked Ham IB.63C Chuck Roast LI.78c

that this notice will probably 7w, CURED HICKORY SMOKED SAVE 31c ,W D BRAND USDA CHOICE' BEEF
be mailed at the same, Whole low ::0lM28$
time the Income questionnaires 49-01. r Ham 1e65c Round Roast :t1/s

are sent. Persons who do not DETERGENT .
receive tile Income card will r e: SAVE lOc MILD CURED CENTER CUT HICKORY SMOKED W D IR..NO.URI

thus be advised to report their PKG. Ham Roast e88C Gr. Beef 3 $199
medical expenses, to the VA Limit 3 with $7.50 or mere purchat* excluding cigarette '. -
for adjustments In their awards.
SAV i't W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN QUARTER HICKORY SMOKED

law Veteran or a any regarding or questions. widows the pertaining havingqueatlon new SAVE Me ASTOR 3 58C ))1, Steaks M33 Sliced. Ham .. 78C

to veterans benefits may Shortening . CAN : ;
SAVE JI WO USDA CHOICE BEEF 0"""" '''. SAVE lit HICKORY SWEET SLICEDTBONCOR
contact the local County; Vet-
eran Servtce Officer-any VA SAV! Ile DP SOUTH LB.78c'
office, or write to Mrt Mackall Mayonnaise Club Steaks ... $1 i48 Bacon :
at P. O. Box M37, St. Peters . QUA:38c ;
: THRIFTY MAIDSAVE .
burg. '!!1 '. .,t 'IAVE'20c CH'EK ALL PLAVORS \ : t : ';'j'' 47, iASTOR, FRUIF __j* \ \ 'X vmwPIo
c; lrl p'y tt-'S Drinks .1: "; hb ....",..6U,2...ilh'! $* QO ",t1 Cocktail. ..c-.16"/$100; / .v ]pplesauce'71''! SJF1+ 1 .nnw ,. a

Farm Bureau'' M o.ft, .;,. 1 "" */. | ''l ..II; .c !'.''s.J.THRI t
SAVE Sac JUMBO ARROW I < SAVE 20c ASTOR
Speaker >Hits it. 16.... $100 Beans 7 ss $100 1 1SAVE
Towels I 4 1 t. Green Peas 5 CANS 1 ;' .
e e e e -s MA.DJWHOLI.
Union Leader THR.FTY OR SLICED miSH
SAVE THRIFTY MAID jf 25. THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED
|17.
Bartlett Pears 3 $1 Pineapple 5 $1 1 Potatoes 7 ;ss:: -$100; 1 1SAVE
Speaking at the i Stark Rotary CANS I CANS
Club Wednesday,John C. "vl 14< '

Lynn the, executive Florida vice Farm presidentof Bureau THRIFTY Sliced MAID HALVES OR Peaches 3 oc. $100 I'' Limas,5. TNRIPTY. MAID GREEN 5 CANS *1 100 ;s'A'-ll: : : "' ;=:;. *100 1

Federation, said that agricultural CANS .
Interests must have pub- SAVI 33. THRIFTY MAID CUT
lic understanding and support SAVE 17. THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVI 21k THRIFTY MAID 16....

I If union leader Cesar Chavez Green Beans 4 "... $1 Catsup 5 ss $100 1 Beets 8 CANS 1 1SAVE
to be stopped from taking over .CANS. .
I Florida and the nation's agri I DARLING FAMILY TNRIPTY' MAID
ASTOR SLICED, CRUSHED oa CHUNKS IN JUIC lOc DIXIE
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culture."Chavez' ultimate aim Is to I 4 '.'13'0.. $100 t Bread 5v,. $100 1 Spaghetti. 8 "r $1 1 100
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Pineapple .
take over agriculture in,. the CANS ;t" THRIFTY MAID PINTO
U. S., and we must have the FLORIDA THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLI OR WHOLe KERNEL oilft
understanding of the real .issues Beans 8 ss; $
by housewives, businessmen Yellow Corn . 1O EARS 69C W Corn 6NS: $100 1 .
and others or he and Ms THRIFTY MAID GREAT NORTHERN OR NAVY
union will .dictate what product HARVEST ifi; THRIFTY MAID M..

you said.pay you for can them.buy" tile and speaker 'what Fresh Apples . 5 59C l.., Spinach 6 ss:: $100 1 THRIFTY Beans MAID CLAN' .TOMATO. .OR 8 VEGETABLE- $1 1)00

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bo.
"Th Farm Bureau will not PRCSH CRISP t THRIFTY MAID TOMATO 1 {% ,ov<.,.

stand Idly that by and u he let hides him accomplish behind C . . 2 ft.:; 29 Sauce. e 6 Ss;. $1 1 S oup.. o CAN $100arrots I

tile myth that he 1* out u SAVI I0 ClOSI UP REG. OR MINT FLAVORED
to help farm workers" Lynn THRIFTY MAID *"t: THRIFTY MAID GARDEN .
said.' "If Chavez and the UFW SAVE 18 $100 Toothpaste T"II78c.
6 1
:
Ice Milk 2 T 1 1Peas. .
are so Interested In helping . . v v CANS SAVI ICe IUSTIICREME D
workers why do they continually -
SAVE 30 THRIFTY MAID MIXED VEGETABLES OR SLICED S" : : <-
fight'legislation that would ,
allow farm workers to decide iiinners 3 ; $1 : Carrots 6 ss $1 1 Hair !y"49
for themselves whether they . .
I want to be represented by Ms }. S"'Vh'JlTfIlDlXII' DAltUNG IIIOWN 'N SIIVI SUOIO
THRIFTY MAID
SAVE :3tt ",SUPERBRAND

I I union Bradford Noting? County's that agriculture number one Is Fudge Bars . 2 'II PK.PKOS. $-00 Tomatoes 7 CANS $1 1 Rolls 2 ;:;:: 49C

I Industry generating some $12 SAVE I?. POLY 1AG FROZEN FRENCH FRY REGULAR OR CRINKLE! CUT .
million each Into the local -
I year
I Lynn urged the 3 :AS $1OQ
Rotarians economy to consider carefullythe Potatoes . . s. USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN

Impact that agriculture has .
on the total economy of the W-D BRAND. BROAD BREASTED
ASTOR ALL GRINDS
; ,
Concerning the Chaves.UFWI
supported lettuce boycott the
I speaker said that the public COFFEE ." A TURKEYS
needs to understand that the :: !Ih otlled 17LBS.
controversy Is between two unions Nf "

and not truly a unionfarmer F Nr 1V Limit 1 with $7.30 .. ... & UP
matter. r ; or more purches..xcl. cigarette ....
1'Pr ;
/
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Lynn said that only through .
national legislation can there ., -
b* any hop to stop tile use .
of tile secondary boycott of :
farm products, but that a right 8
to work law for Florida 1 II necessary l-LB.. 5 y ct ) LB.
if agriculture Is to continue CANfiSFSHSfAliliPI c
as the state's number one
Industry. ...

Smokey Says: In ,i..r'I' .._.-.. "'.-....--............*.-.-........ ./...- ,11' ........_Ill.:.. .................. ''.. ..''_....-...-.-.........
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'Ex-a-ea A TIT h I HIl I IKUatsi 1 I 1 1 d71 GREEN STAMPS .
SOME NUT OUST' I I d7l ? I I $% GREEN STAMPS "i d u"IN.Mr GREEN'N/N".N STAMPS rW.WM w ;,I 2fH.V.tM WWNNr GREEN COM**STAMPS rN SVMMM M ; "WwrMr I.YW"M.M.W M
W. tKrM w. rYNWN" I .
THREW AWAY A ONE CARTON I THRII. FOUR 35-FT. PKOS. ONE 2.L'
aGN2EtrEtheY'll t THRIFTY 10-lB SAO MAID t 1 1+ ANY BRAND I I 1+ 17... CANS : +1' ARROWAluminum B1AWsj yir COLONIAL COZY KITCHEN .
kUGMTEO
rOn, Cigarettes rOn, Le Sueur PeasGOOD : rOn Foil t Cak
SugarGOOD :! t :
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SCHOOL CARNIVALOur t
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S nal accounting of Its administration found no evidence whatsoever school carnival gets bigger !
COURT OF BRADFORDCOUNTY of the Estate of Michael against Ewell. and better every year.Proceeds i.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Wlescholek. deceased, and the Ewell Is a good son.He comes from this one are estimated I4 )

t # 1-2050 notice Is turtherclventllatafter home from school each day to be considerably more t ,,'
IN RE: Estate of CLARA publication of this notice once and works In the garage for than last year. I was unable to rIy t ''d tmf ,
PEARL RAIIME. Deceased. each, week for four ((4) conse- his father. He works for his contact Pat Glover for the exact { II FI d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS cutive weeks application will money. Ewell does NOT sell amount. P1I have this for "

All creditors of the Estateof be made for approval of said drugs Ha Is not connected with you next week. ;j" "
PEARL DEES accounting and for final discharge them in Please do ; 9 lr
RAIIME
deceased any way. fr
are hereby notified and Executor of of the said undersigned Estate. as not believe every rumor that Mrs. Alice Faye Waters Ruth -41'j "

required to file any claimsor ARTHUR W. MILAM As you hear.A Rldcttck and Pat Gosnell were a yM

demands which they may Executor of the Last Will and In charge of the parade. Judgesof
have against said Estate In WIE- very concerned mother, the costumes were Mr. and'''
MICIIAEL
Testament of
the Office of the County; Judge Clovett Craft W. Fontaine
Mrs. Phyllis Meng '
SCHOLEK deceased. ,
of Bradford County; Florida, 11/2-41-11/23 2tp 11/9 and Kenny McClure.. Many 1 1.d
in the Court House at Starke thanks for a great job. r
Florida, within six calendar r

months from the date of the NOTICETo ,

first publication of this notice. NOTICE whom It may concern: Winners were as follows: In'f I i
Each The Board of County; CommIssioners r ,
claim or demand must In reference to Ewell Craft, Pre-school: TImmy Glover and
bo in writing and must state of Bradford County; after thorough Investigation I Amy Clark. Klndergarden and ...... ..
selected the follow-
the place of residence and post Florida has
find that there Is no evidenceto 1st grade: Robby Spitze and
office address of the claimantand ing as the Polling Places
Indicate that the above men- Zena Beth Young. 2nd and 3rd
must be sworn to by the Clerks and Inspectors for the tioned subject Is InvolvedIn grade: D.J. Riddick and Beverly winner at jHampten Carnival'
claimant, his agent or his attorney General Election to be; held narcotics. (Signed) GlenA. Forsyth. 4th and :Sth grader
or It will become void Tuesday November 71. 1972. Corlnda Mitchell and Scott returned from a four-week ''
Sheriff Bradford
DISTRICT #1 LAWTEY, D.L. Moore Deputy; with the W. Fontalnes last their' mother and grandmother
to law.DELl.A .
according cation In Ft Lauderdale.
County; Sheriffs Depart- Clark. 6th grade and up: Cor Mrs. Emma Harris.
ROBERTA DEES MC- Shuford County; Commission- ment. 2tp 11/9 Inda Mitchell and Scott Clark. I visited their daughter and Hall of David Jackson and Elizabeth Don't forget your Senior Citizens

INTOSII. As Administratrix "pRECINCT Clark. 6th grade and upi! Peggy in-law and four and Chastain united In marri- meeting tomorrow
of the Estate of PEARL DEES #1 LAWTEY City; were
Crawford and Harold Waters Mr. and Mrs. James F. New Is
time
Fri November 3.
RAHME, Deceased (Hall, Lawtey. Clerk: Mrs.Ray- ADDING MACHINE! ROLLS. and family age on October 24. night
mond Inspectors Mrs. Jr. Sympathy to Dot Slade and 7 p.m. In the Hampton City; Hall.
EUGENE F. SHAW Bryan. : File Folders complete line office Paul Phillips has enlisted
visit-, And don't forget to vote next
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SHAW & KOPELOUSOSP. Margie Sue Reddish Mrs. Louise supplies.The Telegraph Ethel Forsyth in the loss of
THIS 'N THAT
O. Box 1086 Rosier Mr. Marlon Dean Phone 964-630S.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver have Tuesday, November, ,7.ofbRdiiT .

j Starke Florida 32091 raylor. _..
Attorneys for Administratrix PRECINCT #2 KELLY, Recreation -
FIRST PUBLICATION: October Hall Lawtey. Clerk I
12, 1972. Mrs. Hazel Jones. Inspectors: tC'' : os

10/12 4t 11/2 Mrs. Carolyn Bright. Rep., ,,,, 41A
Mrs. Jeanette G. Futch Mrs. I
Berdle Fayson.
PRECINCT #3 IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CRAWFORD 0'
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County; Fair Build-

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR.BRAD ing Starke. Clerk: Mrs. Lucille r Inn a nar tn a I.tr
FORD COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION Carter. Inspectors: Mrs. 'r'rIWAAllllf 1 / 't- c. cavsTAl cut '
CASE NO.DISSOLUTION. Elsie Norman. Mrs !Llnnie Williams. ItT
Mrs. Ina C.Martin Rep.
OF MARRIAGE
h DISTRICT #2 BAY LESS.
IN RE: The Marriage of FREDA -
T S. BRANTLEY Wife AND George Roberts County; Commissioner -
Starke.PHECINCT .
JORDAN L. HRANTLEY ,
#4 MOTOR VEHICLE
HusbandNOTICE INSPECTION >
STATION
OF SL1TPltOPEItTY -
Starke. Clerk: Mr. Joe Cissy 'f-I 6Ih ::: *':.': ,
.
Rep., Inspectors: Mrs. Mildred '
TO: JORDAN L. BRANTLEY .
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Fancher. Mrs. Grace Page + I''I I' t.yrrNTl rYr r. I "r g"i
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Mrs. Ernestine Underhill' '

that an action for dis- PRECINCT #:5 PLEASANT
solution of marriage has been GROVE, Bradford County; High
filed against you In which the School. Starke. Clerk: Mrs. Ida
following property; In Bradford Mae Shaw. Inspectors: Mrs.Ella -
County Florida. to-wit: Mae Chastaln, Mrs. Lola
PARCEL I L NW-1/4 of SE 1/4 Zlpperer Miss Norman: .Cano-

ota: ,: 1/4 of Section 5, Town- va, Rep.
ship 6 South Range 22 East, PRECINCT #6 VANDERBILT
containing 10 acres. Horn. of E. L. Nook) Norman
PARCEL,: II; E;; 1/2 of the Bay less Highway I Starke.
W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the Clerk: Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson. "f+l ii I 1,00
SW 1/4 of Section 4, Town- Inspectors: Mrs. Linda

ship 6 South Range 22 East, Bowen Rep., Mrs.Joan J. Dy- Men's Famous app
containing 10, acres more al, Mrs. Margaret L. Norman. sate g3 S
or less. DISTRICT #3 BLANDING, ": r I Maker Jeans S a
..1 Men's Dress Loafers And Boots
Is an Issue before the Court, Ralph P. Bryan, County; Commissioner ; ,; I 1 at. Famous Dixie Belle Saltines
and you are required to servea :nr You'll see In* Famous A "Lucky Special Purchase" that) yoU'd.sp.ct ,(Limit, !5)''i)) '
Name on each pair S?.95 for, Assortment Fashion/ Quaker State Four packs for longer irgshnoss.M .
copy of your written defenses PRECINCT #7 RENO R. J. E. t4 i; to pay up to separate
if atto it, on the Petitioner's High School Starke;*'Clerk: .--, rr r i/r/ 45" polyester, St y la. Leather-Irk* vinyl Sizes 7 to 12. 10W30 Motor Oil Thin, crispy goodness. "
attorney, whose name Mr. William T. Holland. Inspectors l""" t 35V n tton.
and address is F.LZIE,: S. SAN- : Mrs. Corean Mc1Io.1IIeal ,, r .Solidsstnpes ,a ,-o' Sel.nh/ieollybl.nded IIMITONE
......
DKKS: Attorney for$Petitioner. Mrs Ethel Hall.,.,.Rep.,'".;. ; ;.:e' + 0 C. and fancies to'd'. p NN ?.ALL OR u..u..e att and (fortified with high Ri r d 0 I N o Ce iV rB a.f h es. 1 Ir .
.
138 NiellCallStreetj61Ar'k, ; !, WMrs. Maybelle Roberts. 5I|s 28 0 quality detergent. ..... ..11' -....."...,......,"..
I Florida,, and file the original PRECINCT #8 SEABOARDUSO 55582 ; E th by n x o 0a f o 4 r
with the ClerkJof the above Building Starke. Clerk: L 060' FamoueM ker b .39,4, ; aa ob0 Iti .
styled Court on or before No- Mrs. Mary Covington. inspec- ,
vember 23, 1972; otherwise tors: Mrs. Peggy Shaller Mrs. 6w Du.unr rrlw Ow Dl..wnr Mu
a judgment may be entered Judy Brown Mrs.. Pemadlne Our Dn<.un, rrl<. Maw w,; Ow Dn .unr ills
against you for the relief demanded Early. w? 3.99' w? yiCI

in the petition. PRECINCT #9 KEYSTONE
WITNESS my hand and the Southslde Elementary School : I 20 alien .

seal of said Court on October ,Starke. Clerk: Mrs. Hazel Howell GalvanizedBarbate EagleSanforized
17, 1972. Rep., Inspectors: Mrs. Men's Boys' Dress
FILBERT; S. BROWN Shirley Moore Mro. Alice Bar- Caas Eagle
CLERK OF THE: CIRCUIT ron Mrs. Pearl Pickering. ,. Shirts ? I '. ;..1.I; radios

COURT DISTRICT #4 HAMPTON, Ed- Work Pants 6S'< polyester h ; I ( .Rugged, galvanliea' aile Car Stereo L I'l c
BY: Virginia F, Darby die Allen County; Commission I 35'< cottpn. garbage cane that, .Track lap* player channel dStot.

Deputy, ; Clerk er.PRECINCT 100V cotton Short sleeve* p j ore rustproof.Snug elector, tone withbo len KA 601
(COURT SEAL; ) #10 THERESSA, Sturdy, brass Handsomely II I fitting, lid, control 1 volume. control. 90 day
10/26 4t 11/13 Community; Club House Ther- fAYI 62.00
upper styled In a I Large capacity. 'warranty .g'
essa. Clerk: Mrs. Roberta Full cut. wide range or Two handles .7.15'29. 00
NOTICE Dodd, Rep., Inspectors: Mrs. I Khaki, grey : popular colors, i' ) 4
Martha Kodatt Mrs. Mattie Sib- and green. \ Sues 9 to 18 I O 0vI Di..wnr Pi.B .
ley, Mrs. Ruth Grlffis. Sues 29-4? l' @ wo IAVI fly w., rea
The Board of County Com- PRECINCT #11 HAMPTOH fA Y130q i.

missioners of Bradford County; City; Hall, Hampton. Clerk: Mr. ix Eagle
9" .
Florida, will receive Sealed ; >,Jtvt '
W. II. Maxwell. Inspectors: Dw al,<..n, 9 Volt
Bids for: Mrs. Ruth E. Reed rN.. w.. O..Di.. ..,, Walkie Talkies
Mrs. Bar-
1/2 Ton Pick Up Truck and L66 rrl< w? BatteriesFactory
bara Hill, Mr. Otis avr Di.....' rN.. 1 F
3/4 Ton TruckAt
Pick Up LINCOLN I
PRECINCT #12 / ; .Set of f two.MiImpact seal in
10:00 November tsM
Men'
: on
a.m. / Famous MakerMen's : '
CITY Starke Public Library, cabinet lures 'freshness
6, 1972 In the Courthouse in 1
"
Starke. Clerk: Mrs. Margie Dependable
Starke Florida.Specifications. Socks .lottery operated.
nl"Aj
Dowllng. Inspectors: Mrs. Mary Is ) T-Shirts .Model 10W13. power.
be In I '
may seen
Lou fi'
Black Rep., Mrs. Myrtle I'r
the office of the Clerk of Cir- Briefs $AVI40%
Anderson Mrs. Betty W Reg- z. or OIonstretch, SAVi $2.00Clrls' ,'
,
olbq
cuit Court Gilbert S. Brown. ister. Fomous style

10/26. st 11/2 DISTRICT #5 BROOKER, Z. Eagle Brand ond quality .,.

-- ---- W. Hamilton, County; Commissioner. / S. M.Lrl. uIyA .10-13 3 li 1 Ow ;.,.... ,p Oweiw.rr.l.arC .
J 4 r ./ LH'f -.- wu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .w.
I FLORIDA, EIGHT JUDICIAL PRECINCT #13A ROWELL, SAVI 13% rr IAVI2S% .e Corduroy Coats >. ,
Terwlllegar Motors, (Ford), Van
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD WyckBlenders
I COUNTY CIVIl ACT- Starke. Clerk: Mrs. BettyJean; ol. wnr .3-ln-On styling .'. lllli Cr.li6C

, ION. CASE: NO, -. Prevart. Inspectors:Mrs.HazelM 3 ow oL.w+r il ls :R. r .'. Zip out lining, in ,,,,
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE\ Richards Rep., Mrs. Clara reversible, quilted print 2 Cell Flashlights 8-speed. Push,
I IN RE: The Marriage of EVE Haien Mrs. Louise Kite. that becomes a short buttons. S cup
J PRECINCT #13 B GRAHAM e Heavy duty
, SCHARLENE ELLIOTT I I I I separate jacket plastic contoiner.
I Wife AND CHARLES DOUGLASELLIOTT Broughton Building Graham. i New Fall colors: red, Assorted colors e 1 Yf. Guorontee.VW999. .
Husband Clerk: Mrs. Merle Starling ladies Fashion beige, blue and green.eSues ,(Battery not Included) "
NOTICE OF SUIT Inspectors Mrs. Dorothy Star- At 7 to "14. SAVI43X .v0C.o
94 SAVI $103
ling, Mrs. Paulette Arnold Ladies' Blouses
' TO: CHARLES DOUGLAS ELLIOTT Flare Slacks
413 Pendergast Street Rep., Mrs. Bonnie Lee Bogle.
PRECINCT #14 SAMPSON 40% Polyester, 60'i
) Waycross Georgia 31501 t Dl..wnr
Our Dlownr *>
Bonded *?
New National Guard Armory acrylic. combed cotton 1 'il
.,
You ? 66c
are hereby notified Starke. Clerk: Mrs Margaret Comfortable, e Roll-up slee>es 17/9i!

solution that of marriage an action has for been dis- Prevail. Inspectors: Rev John pull-on elastic' Solids, print! tEll '
Strickland Rep., ,Airs. Irma waist.. ; au, SOled KnifiSets
filed against you and you are Buford, Mrs. Frances Dansb '. N..Fall colors. and stripes :.::'i8" .
required to serve a copy of PRECINCT #15. BROOKER Sizes, 8 to 18. 32 to 38. 1;
your written defense, If any to .... : .Choie.al3' .
carving
Community House '
Brooker I HtAtTH *
BtAUTY APS IListeriDS
It on ELZIE-. SANDERS, Attorney
Clerk: Mrs. TheoDyal.inspec- lAY. lOX Watch Bands set or 4Pc. set.
IAYI 23x -
for Petitioner whose '
Stainless steel blades.
tors: Mrs. Myrler )Kelly Mrs.
address Is 138 West Call Street. '
Meiscot. Genuine selected bather Rosewood handles.I .
Jacqueline Hunter;
Rep. Mrs.
P.O. Box 68, Starke. Florida, ,
/ '
Jean Parrlsh. Assorted styles to pleas*
and file the original with the PRECINCT 15B NEW RIVES 0 r DI 1.96'T .. Antiseptic ,Aspirin ...ryon..

Clerk or of before the above-sU November Courton 30, Moody's Store New River. 1.14' tntt t [ 70Z, "5 6roln .SAVI12 t>41 t tAYt 16Xt7r'

Clerk Mrs. Alberta '.100',' ,
1972; otherwise a judgmentmaybe : Jones. Inspectors I is tlwl.l 1ttMlq
: Mrs. Eunice Mood, ;y aloe Ow Oluu.nr / /

relief entered demanded against In the you Petition for the Mrs. Margie Dobbs, Mrs. Anita Men's 8" Leather Men's And Boys' N? ....
Countryman Rep.It .
for Dissolution of Marriage. Insulated Boots
WITNESS hand and the leather Chukka we
my 11/2 Heavy duly with/ r"w"w Eagle
seal of said Court this 20th day oil resistant salts. Boots 91keTahes I ,
, of October A. D. 1972., QOllef Wheels I '
. Goodyear Welt.Snes&U. .
GILBERT S. BROWN "
NOTICETo j.. ""Teln. .AllPoPslat
CLERK'BY N Ne Rugged hi-im P net
the citizens of Bradford : ; "r.'.. :
lotiolM' N plastic. Con be used ,.
: Betty; Edwards De County; : '..., I leather ,, States Heavy duty i on all heavy furnitureappliances ,. 'r'' ,.

U2.4t1123Clerk; My son, Ewell Craft has been .1-.ytlu' lace .tie.Ol"" DI". .!"r ly a Shampoo. c rubber for etc. ,,'0

accused of selling drugs, by C..p. 101... "w. < i, Plus PI hnwm. Super Chremhtm L + .long,. ,,lasting. Easy to Install.Tan .
two ladle This Is IAVI toubl ,Ed 'VIC.
only a ru- $1.00 Sizes, 3'-6. fAYt I" tq.'J.O' njector '- fAY1 atlas
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S mora very bad rumor that Zae
COURT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD was started by these ladlesIn Mn's' ,6'11.
COUNTY FLORIDA an effort to give EMil a Ow Ol..wnr I..g. W. s..9IS ag. BIKE TIRES 1'111 l
.. :M.D'I' $ 1.99 Ow,Oluw '.._ -
w.
bad :
IN PROBATE #1-1717 name. NOW 4.96 : :;.;.f' ::1
IN RE: Estate of MIC11AELWiE.SCbIOLEK This rumor has spread over -

Deceased. Bradford County. 'U 'Is NOT 312 W. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT USE ''OUR: CONVENIENT
FINAL NOTICE true. These people have no MADISON AYE EAGLES : ,If',

Notice is hereby given that grounds to substantiate their STARKE, FLORIDA YEAR ROUND'P110NE
the undersigned on the Sth day accusation.: The police have Investigated 964-7513 FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE. YOU'RE NOT
of September, 1972, filed a n- this matter and have SAVING MONEY! LAYAWAY PLAN '

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SENIOR 28 Guardsmen Now Attending Service Schools

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CITIZENSThe "Twenty-eight; members of qualify" said ;FSG J. E. Tom- Ills as privates. With each promotion -
or grade Increase the
.. v .. ...... Co. D Maintenance, ) 53rd Support linson Among unit those training now NCO.attendingthe pay likewise Increases.An average
Battalion the local National -
private first class
earns
vn I Ii variety color and Ingenuity Guard unit are attend- courses ,are: SpS A. J.
$7 5.06 each
year; a corporal
of.Halloween costumes was Ing Service Schools to learn Cowartt: Privates Joe Bedford,
r i iI delightful..The judges Margaret some skill that will help them Jerry A. Dyal. Randall Hodges $874 and
per year; a sergeant
Jackson Pete Johnson Hazel John Lane. Icky Lee. Glen
progress In the Army National $972 member of
as a
per
year
k Richards and Charles SIm- Guard, as well as civilian Leggett, .Danny Luke, Randall the Guard.
chera, had a difficult time work," Capt. James R. Red Massey Cleveland Morris, "The next weekend training
choosing the winners but they dish, unit commander,announced James W. Mullis, Jr., EverettM. assemblies will be conductedon
I u. chose well and everyone was this week. Padgett Jr., Mark Patray November at which
satisfied. Most of the Guardsmen have Dennis Rhoden, Charles time tho unit will-5r leave an annual -
The prize winners were Walter already completed the eight- Wright, Charles Crawford, Alvin audit and Inventory of all
Richardson, Emma Morton, week basic training period and Fayson, Lester Lloyd, DanIel property; and equipment Issuedto
Yola Vestal, Mary Allen and are now learning to be auto Rosier Ronnie Sellers, the unit and to personnel
Delia Speed motive mechanics, radio repairmen Cleveland Simmons, Keith Tho- says SSG Wayne Hersey, unit
It was a great pleasure to signal repairmen, mas, and Bernard Williams. supply sergeant.
see Margaret Jackson after her supply specialists, office per- The local unit Is a maintenance -
long Illness. She looked very sonnel management, and other company which mem- H
good although she Is still usinga skills at the several Army posts bers are taught such skills as
ROYALTY REIGNS In Brooker left
( to right): D.nl.e BEST COSTUMES (l-r): Mother Nature. Pam Hawkins; walker. She was accompaniedby where they are In training. One radio repair automotive repairs Randy Harley Gulf Oil dealer -
Keen, Princess; Janine Willingham, Qu.*n; Steve Thomas, Angel, Susan Parrlth; Gingerbread Boy, Jill Hay. Fat Bill Jackson's sisterinlawfrom prior serviceman Is attendingan welding, machine shop in Lawtey, recently com-
;
King Acle Hall Prince.BROOKER. automotive repair course to work, automotive supply clerical -
; Williston, Emma Rene pleted a three-week course In
Man with Cigar, Pete Hodge; Miss America, Melissa Weaver. become skilled In automotive work,' and other skills usually service station management and

Rabon. New members were Claude repairs CapU Reddlgh said. found in a military unit. modern merchandising, sponsored -
IN BRIEFBY and Alma Llewellyn New Port "These courses to learn Although It has reached Its by the Gulf Oil Co. -
t. Rlchey, who are now residing In skills area available to members assigned quota, the local unit U. S. In Orlando.
Starke. Jimmy and Janet Edgar of National Guard who is still accepting enlistments at Much of the Instruction time

LINDA G. COX from St. Petersburg are visit .." .,_." ..,..,." .." .,..#. this time.enlist Prior for one service men was devoted to methods of con-
ing Jessie Bowden, They were may yearon trolling automotive pollution
brought to our meeting Emma discussed and recommended at a "Try-one" .basis-- at the with air pollution control being
HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL the Royal Family: Steve Tho- Alex Morton. the White House Conference on grade In which they were dis- the primary topic In the discussion
BEST EVER HELD mas, King; Janlne Willlngham, and charged. All prior service men of Gulfs low-lead gas-
The Brooker I Elementary Queen; Acie Hall, Prince; and Happy Birthdays were Jessie ATues., Nov. 7, is Election Interested In this program are oline.
PTA, Saturday evening Oct. Denise Keen, Princes Bowden, 88; Mary Drew, 75; Day BE SURE AND VOTE. invited to visit the armory for The key theme of the Gulf
28, was the most successfulever x Lewis Smith, 75.i Wedding Anl- We had a wonderful Halloween more Information. Is complete and cour-
held here, with gross pro- Christie Riggs a senior at versarles were Walter and Peg Party; and we hope to see you all Guardsmen are paid $42.96 program teous service to the motoring
ceeds of more than 92,300. BHS and a member of the 1972 Richardson. Ice cream was again at our next meeting, Nov. per weekend for their train public.
Festivities began with a cos- Homecoming Court, conductedthe + w a provided to go with our birth- 14, Pratt St. 1 p.m.
tume parade marching through crowning ceremony. day cake by Lewis and Bernie -Joe Kerrigan --.---.- -- --------
- - - -
Brooker to the school, where w- : Smith.
Judges were awaiting' the participants. Other candidates were: Sha- j:9j1f Vernon Olin had a slight accident r B & F Electrical! & Equipment Co. i
ron Fussell Cindy Nettles.' which kept him and his :
The results were: Monica Green, Darlene Mott, f wife from attending the party; ihs Old Itirux. I
Group 1 (under 3rd Grade): Kevin Thomas Carl Johns, David although they had their mas- Complete Wiring Repairs of .
Ugliest, Paula Hawkins; Pret- Sparks and Wade Hauler- querade costumes ready. We -
tiest, Suzanne Dyal Most Unusual son. All received a nice gift are happy to hear that Vernon's Industrial; Commercial and Residential .
Jim Parker. In appreciation for their hard mishap was not serious.
Group 2 (Grades '3-6)): Ugliest work. Twelve candidates Florida will receive 146 >hW: AM u I) USED CONTROLS t tI

Pete Hodge; Prettiest brought In over $450 at a pennya million dollars in Revenue Sha- jA" MOTORS() AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT
Susan Parrlsh Most Original vote. COSTUME PARADE (I-i) Devil', Paula Hawkins,'"I ring. The first Installment of I I'

Pam Hawkins Dream of Jeannle," Suzanne Dyal; Dracula, Jim Parker. $217,800 will be received by I 24-Hour Service 1
Group 3 (over Qjth Grade): Last but not least among the Nov. by Bradford County.; We "Good Judgment comes Phone
Ugliest, Mrs. George Lovelace festivities was the always popular hope some of these funds will from experience and experience t Keystone 473.3755 I
Prettiest, Cherle Hinton; Most cake walk. Many cakes Brooker. be alloted toward transportation from judge M. (C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager
,
Unusual ,.Natalie Qulcksail and were given away and this event Our heart-felt sympathy,love and .a day medical clinic come" poor J ,_. _. __-
Kim Rogers. provided much fun for the entire Appreciation Is expressed to and prayers are extended to and other projects which were DleDI.
These prize winners were families. everyone who had any part In the family of Mrs. Lottie N..
each awarded $2 cash. 'contributing to this seccessful Edwards who passed away -

After the parade, the large Carnival. Tuesday Oct. 24. .
crowd enjoyed such things as During the evening many
chicken pilau supper, hot dogs prizes were given away. Among '#" '..r" .,,__##" " "II '
bingo playing fortune telling, those were the ticket items: EveryDaylowPrke EveryDaylowPrice.
dart balloon game Silhouette Barbie Doll, won by Howard
booth fish pond, country store Mott, Brooker; football. Drew
spook house, pony and tractor Andrews New River;Bike, Odls CommunityNews FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Pantry
REGULAR GRIND
rides, and many other attrac- Tetstone. Brooker: Gas Grill A
tions. Carl Johns, Lake Butler; T.V., FRESH Pride ELECTRIC_ PERK
At 8:30 the.crowd's attention Mike Dickey Gainesville; Large
was focused on the Coronation of m.lxer. Mrs. A.L. Green,

COFFEE SUPERMARKETS
--T FRYERS STARKE'S

320 S. WALNUT ST.


GAiNESVILLEY By ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER LB I VlHVIUV, HIM,. PNH I ,(Milt 'It*"
...
5. 9". *Wt I NOMU HU> "'MtIt IWIO '0.
.. .. .. .. WHOLE Z9it1t .MOV. .H I'// JIIANIII'WMt
Bu r I.d''' i"'' Ml (MVMI
1 $#Jpr\fr .1nsp1; hill. .- 4 J' ... l -, .. ,. 2 PE"c 8AG.: ; I BAG .1J 'I,.......'",. "" '.. ""
.' fr. ,. "' yliloiipHAPTEir l 1+ &11Itf1v'yeaityre r'' foileacli'' ..e1. ,..., ..:-4 .I -t. ': '..\-";-I It ... sal. 'O.I.DA.r808STAMP) 'VI
: { 'l.. .....Dell.Cbapter: 168 Will Ql.4.Ju ,department. ,; q COtJPONS"CENTER
AUTO SALES GARDEN, SUPPLIES regular meeting Thursday (tonight Sunday is Pastoral Day.. Services "
) will begin with Sunday CUT BONELESS ':r I
BRASIrQX9N Hall onoBrownlee Street. All School at 9:30, Morning ser- mRr", I a U.S. NO. 1 FANCY
members are asked to pleasebe vice at 11 a.m. Dinner at 12:30.: IOW'RIClI I frlAllAlI ROUMD"
SIRLOIN' I I usrnea
CADILLAC -jOMMUMOBIMSALES -: Johnson Faris, Inc. present and on time League at 4 p.m. Evening. Wore I YELLOWC
A SKKVICE: ship, 6 p.m.Greater .
i SEEDS PLANTSInNccilcldes LEGION POST 314
I STEAK
Fine Selection 'of0.1181'd CanTukca .. Pet SuppUuFERTILIZERS Commander Julius Royal Is Freewill Baptist STEAKS I :
On Cndlllac Trade asking all members of AmerIcan Church will open a Kiddle Kol-
2001 N.W. 13th TPh.i 37S-530I Legion Post 314 to meet lege Nursery School on Monday -
Sunday at 3:30: In RJE School. Nov. 6 at 7 a.m. to 5 I t 4 : '. :
I
We Rent Fertilizer Spresdcw Commander has been Informed There I -fir
Beauty Academy Royal p.m. will be two meals $11,9
'
<24 N.W.. 8th Ph. I78-OI7C that a Workshop will served a day, a learning session $129 I 6c
POWELL'S be held Sunday in Gainesville and a play session. a .:O crt: D I !i. ,I V'esh

GLASS; at the VA Hospital. He Is ask- If you wish to enroil your s .
Beauty AcademyLeant ing the members to attend at child call Mary McCloud or '
I p.m Dorothy Terry at 964-5072 or
a ProfuNr ton In Your 9648683.
Spare Tlm. Full or Purl Time LIDDELL CHURCH NEWS SLICED 1/4
:214! N W. 10th" 378-27M Greater Freewill Baptist Greater Allen Chapel AME
Glass Church, Rev. Jasper Williams Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins, PORK LOINCHOPS
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Company pastor. Monday night Choir pastor. Sunday School will begin -
No. 3 and Ushers Board No. at 10 a.m. Morning Love-
"Glass For Every Purpose" 3 meet. Tuesday night, Senior feast service 11 a.m. Com-
Store Front.MiI'l'Ol'IITub Choir rehearsal. Wednesday munion r /1 aaa
service, 5:30.: All members 11 D81D
Motor Repair Co.or En"loalll't'\'lo-Showera night Prayer Meeting. Thursday are asked to participate .
Furniture Tope Glass Replaced night the Ladles Circle Rev. Jenkins will attend Annual -
.lnellvIUr. !ftc. will meet at Sister Sarah Prince Conference, November 21- Ocean Spray j I PANTRY PRIDE .-
Repairing Rewinding: NEW LOCATION home. Friday night, Prayer 24, in Jacksonville. He will be PUNCH i -
New and Used! Band will meet at the homeof completing his third year as !ANBERR Y
1238 S". :MaIn (,aln...'''''' Clarence Covington.The Junior pastor of Allen Chapel. | CRANBERRY
.2816 Na0'" 6h'5.-* Ph. ..3728.11811O"EUR Choir will be selling pies 84oz LAUNDRY I

372-8191 ; 372.1102 from the kitchen Friday night. Ebenezer Baptist Church, ItIIW' SAUCE i 160%
Saturday the Ushers will be Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Thepastor's DETERGENT "If"11' CANS SAUCE
selling dinners from the kit- anniversary started
. Loin Durance Mot IngSlornge Santa Fe Tractor chen. Monthly Sunday School Monday night, with various
-, Fucking LONG Teachers will be held at 6 churches rendering service I iorrR/ #J! 160 !i
Farm A: Industrial p.m. Board meeting, 8 p.m.The each night from October 31- 9ge 4$1'488c
Crating Shloplng Tractors pastor and officers are ask- November 5. The public is invited CANS I
free Eitlmalci Call Hydraulic lion ing all secretaries to make to attend. ONLY., I i I

and Fitting

Bolta all Sizes
Steam Cleaner '

&: Chemicals
Sales It: Service Election Party
Inc.
Van Service
Pick Up &: Delivery

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BLOl'NT FONTIAC.G'S Since politics U the vital subject these days, why not turn elec FRUIT BANQUET
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you them, and watch the proceedings:
TTi' PIANOS & ORGANS networks. Add a few campaign posters, maybe or nxt-whltv-and-on a couple Suave Shampoo urua..las.. blue touches and please both Democrat and Republican / APPLE & PEACH
CHOICE OF THE ARTIST! with light refreshments. Something tasty something simple.friends Like Suave Hair Spray 'O" wliii: ::r'. 49c i Long Grain Rice .r.ar.; ?: "c i PIES

my golden quick bread with the subtle 1 flavors of pumpkin and ..... :: aM liwiau
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MUSIC Co. (left) except
Pontiac 1 cup sugar pans 4Kx3sltt grease hi.hew 8 loaf Die Holsum Peanut Butter ".:' 75c i Pantry Pride Flour I' 31(1 FROZEN 3/$1

Sal.. Parts S.rvlc. G'ville Shoooing Cir. 372.5351 1 vide the batter among prepared "' 20oz
210- ) H. MainGainesville 1 en can <1 pound) pumpkinS pans. Bake IS mID........ Potato Chips :", ":. 38c i Fyne Bake Shortening "' c.* 59

Farm and Industrial caps New Blaqalek Pumpkin bread can be reheated
Fla. by wrapping well in foil and
EquipmentMOBIL 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
placing In 380 oven for IS mlnntee.
372.2583'TRAILERS y teaspoon cloves .
y teaspoon nutmeg.
Cream cheese Or batter APPLBZINQ -
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HIoIIII-NIPAI..II""I" Heat oven to 310. Crease loaf Donated lemon-lime beverage BREADFRUIT
Ilr','. Mtkllt.. Hung pan 9zSx Inrhoe. In large and 1% cups chilled apple
mixer bowl.:blend sugar egg cider. Pour Into ee-tlned glass
Rtftlr I SvtflUs, Inc.Authori.vj and pumpkin at medium speed ... 4 -..tap.on 299

...._.... IV.ilcr. F>'r beat electrlo In New Blaqulck mixer./ Gradually and spices SPICED CIDER ..
JftiO N.E. Waldo Rd. f."..n eInlerthclmzleglrt on low speed. Pour Into In covered saucepan beat S
(',,,Culnesvllle 37H-008I/ H..>.ing *: iii (''onJ pared pan. Bake I hour ...pro.oupa apple cider, V4 teaspoon
mantel or until wooden pick whole cloves. U teaspoon IwaryDayLowtIrtcc IftryDayLPrlce INryDayl.Prlce .NryDayLPrlce treryayLowPTk.veyayl w/rk.
limning Kqinp IwfYDayt.owPrkt.
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5. Which man serves the voter as an effective

spokesman expressing his discontent with YES YES. NO

C 0 :MPAREShr ... lack of government responsiveness. ? '" ...

; 6. Who sends the message that you are fed ? ..., '.

',. up with being lied to, fed up with tax.ad- : i?,'. ;'.
*' ?,::1': advantages for the rich, fed up with the YES YES \' I .NO

', ';,:J Increasing tax burden on the working man
Vote M 1;( \/5' and woman, fed up with sky-rocketing food :\.
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\GERALD (JEllY) LEWIS S,; ,, .
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For Florida Public Service Commission
; the next four years? McGOVERN .*

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f. IN THIS ELECTION YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DECIDE WHETHER GOVERNMENT
FRANK WILLIAMS ,: ), WILL CONTINUE TO BE THE TOOL OFSPECIAL, INTERESTS OR BE RETURNED
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House Off' Representatives Dist 25 GEORGE McGOVERN WILL BE A PRESIDENT WHO SPEAKS FOR THE AVERAGE t"CITIZEN. I
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Raises MotorcadeSet Election. Union Hospital

(From Pe..0e. 1)) Ft ul Opening Set :
(From. Pag 1)) ForWilliams ? r For December 4A

trol. November 14. 1972 to t o- for selection as President, 6 i.. a
vwnber. 14. 19'730' Dnunmondstated. and Spiro T.' Agnew. for Vice p unanimous decision to open =

The fifty; council met''briefly Supporters of Prank' Wil President. the new million dollar 25- ;
Tuesday at 5 wn., decided: that. llama, Democratic nominee for Nationwide polls Indicate the e P, I : bed Union General Hospital on .'
according to Drummond's let. the Florida House of Representatives re-election of the Nbam-Agnew ." ,lwt : 1 Monday Dec. 4, was reachedat
ter all pay raises were within District 25. will team and the. Republican candidates 1s a meeting of the hospital ;
allowable limits. It was decided stage a day-long campaign motorcade are generally conceded to board of trustees and administrator .,
to post the letter Saturday. Nov. 4. Gilbert Slatton In Lake
on a be leading In Florida also.
bulletin board In the city ball Williams' supporters will gather 1 Butler last week.It .
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to let employees know the. IRS at the Bradford County Only*State race on the tickets was also decided that a :
ruling. No other action was courthouse In SUrke. Jtt 8:30: Is the contest for Florida Public ,.r, ifii k i n dedication ceremony and open ::
taken. ajn. and proceed to Keystone I Service Commissioner bet 1 + S S4q4 Sr house will be held at the new '
Edwards alto said he has been Heights to Join supporters from ween Sen.Gerald Jerry)Lewis, Institution from 2 to 4 p.m. :
told by the Jacksonville IRS office the Keystone Heights area at the Democratic nominee and Sunday Dec. 3, to give the .;
the 5.5 per cent limit per 9 a.m. Many supporters are Paula F. Hawkins Republican ; public an opportunity to Inspect
year does not affect employees expected; to Join the motor- Lewis defeated the Incumbent : ; e et the hospital and meet members -
making under $2.75 per hour cade along It route. chairman of the Commission of the staff. Details of .
or 9110 per week. That removes Everyone plans to pack a Jess Yarbrough In the. September the ceremony will be announced :;
many city employees from any lunch and enjoy a picnic along primary. later. .
worry about the limit the clerk the way. Williams says. : Administrator Slatton said =:
stated., Stops will be made along the One referendum and four pro- that the medical staff, at the .'
Other than the police patrolman motorcade route where a folk will also : y t start will consist of Dr. Bruce ::
several foremenor assistant music gorup will perform and ars Tuesday. These M. Goldstein and Dr. RobertS ;
foreman raises were given Candidate Williams will makea are + ; Markham, members of the .I:
over the 5.5 limit. Those,also few brief remarks. rr National Health Service Corps ::
have been allowed to stand. Scheduled: stops are planned No. 1-- Authorizing the. Issuance who were assigned to Union ..;
Two weeks ago the council for Keystone Heights 9 a.m. of bonds pledging the. full J'' County recently under the Emergency :.'
spent almost two hours argu Klngsley Lake 9:30 ajn.. Pen- faith and credit of the state up Health Personnel Act
ney Farms 10 eon, Green Cove to $240 million for the pur- of 1970. He said the trustees .
anoorcabute Park 10:30: ajru. Orange chase of "endangered lands" hope to obtain die services of ti
5.5 per cent limit. Fuqua,demanded Lan, Bel Alr-Meadow- and parks.No. additional doctors in the near
and got $135 for permanent brook at noon Mlddleburg 12:45: HARVEST SALE '72 future.
patrolmen plus the$300 jun., Clay : High Proposing an amend-' About 75 persons have applied .'.
Incentive for the 200 land LHH1ewtty 2:115 P.m.. ment authorizing Issuance of for positions at the hospital -
per hours year training lie said Tues- Starke 2:30: pjn., Brooker 3 bonds to acquire lands, water Shooting for an extra pay chock thos Stork Winn- day and runt through next Wednesday. Tho store will bo Slatton said, and he Is
day the pay Issue had been a p.m., Hampton 3:20: p.m., areas, and related resources, Dixie employee! have boon working long hours at night decorated for. full two wooks. The Harvest Sal. Isannounced confident there will be no prob-
of trouble, but"hat be hopes Theressa 3:45 pjn. and facilities for outdoor re- with the but decorated W-D the lem in hiring the 23 or more who
lot creation natural resources and onwookondtto come up in store with this huge sign, shown above, will be employed to run the
It The Is now chief's settled.point to the coun- conservation and related pur- store of 35 in south Goorgia and north Florida. made of chicken wire stuffed with gold, green and white facility. ;
Wrecks annual Fall Harvest begins Thurs- napkin : The administrator said that
cil has been that the pay raises poses. Winn-Dixio's today i >:
his a director of nurses has been
will enable him to upgrade
department. (From. Pate l 1)) No. 3-- Proposing an amendment i.'<< ; employed and that she will soon
whereby the. revision or Zoning Firsty1 select members of the nursing
Three other. accidents happened amendment of any portion of "ecanAuction staff. He said the hospital will
over the weekend. the Constitution on one sub- (From Pate 1)) Set be a short-term Institution set
WISH I'D SAID be Initiative ral which requires only one up to handle up to 25 medical
James Brien Gladleuxof Law- ject may proposed by Don Bagwell asked for a re- vldlng him electricity. The
of the people.No. acre for a mobile home for board Instructed For Nov. 9th patients, but will also be equipped -
THAT toy, a student at BUS, was traveling classification to allow him to him to write
of three sections of land with an operating room,
parts FPL
Area
south on US-301 In his locate a mobile home on West Engineer Marlon
Proposing an amendment between Starke and Lawtey, a delivery room, ana an emer-
1968 Ford and Harrington about the The first auction of the
was making a Market Road. problem pecan
left turn when Mack Lee, driving continuing the use of part bounded on one side by the advertisedand Long siad Clay Electric is current will be held gency room, as well as X-
After being duly co- sea ory:
licensing
of the revenue from the Coastline Railroad and other ancillary ser-
Seaboard ray
a 1965 Ford. hit Giadleux'icar vehicles for when no one appeared to operating.A Thursday, Nov"9, at the new
of pub-
motor U 301. vices.
and the other by -
In the rear according to on ,protest Vie: board approved sev- rough draft of a proposed $65,000 Stark VUte; Farmers of
lic school and Junior college the Members of the Board
Vernon Olin commended
"If wont Homethlnjr Patrolman Lane sub-division owned Steve which'.is still under
city by
you Sibley. eral reclassification requests: Market
and debt service Trustees Carl L. Brown
capital outlay ,
lone at once, ask the busiest Lee was charged with. careless board for advertising the -Paul Locke, RIB, residen- Cardin on US-301 north across construction' but has the roof are:
perHon you know"-..VirginiaCaHkill driving by patrolman Slbley. purposes.No. change, saying some people will tial, to BK, retail business. from the B&G Truck Stop the on. Target date for completion' chairman, vl.'e; chairman Lawrence W.L. bugger Alan-
; I'ennshurff (IPItI I Damages to both cars totaled Proposing an amend- be able to afford afford one 2-1/2 acre -I3udd' Thompson, a parcelon Herb Thomas property, was of the market is December 27. (Campbell, Clarence; A. Rob-
Town and Country: $1,500, according to the report. ment allowing the. owner of a who cres.couldn't lie also noted it will a- ': -301 north of Starke, the tentatively approved by the Market manager Bob Allen erts, and W. Buckner (Buck)
An accident homestead to will It to the .old Carter Grocery Store,from board. says it looks, like a light cropIn
Saturday
"1)emllnel l ix alwiiyx on the morningat minor relieve somewhat the short- EA exclusive to 13,', automotive The board agreed for Jimmy this area/ and that price Indications Lewis.
If there are no ag
The 9:37: left all persons unin- spouse age of mobile home lots. To- They were appointed last July
of
charitfe. flicks
threshold to advertise for good.
jured when Patricia Marla Collins children. Under present wordIng business. Thompson a re- are after the former board of trus-
rode noted the area Is used
mont successful! I of all imT- plans to a garage. classification of two acres on Growers are tasked) to weigh
of the 1968 Constitution open
25, Gainesville drove her little for farming and there tees, which had served about 18
chant/ arc thimo who anticipate 1970 the homestead owner cannot very -James Robinson, SR-21 at SR-16 east of Starke from res- their at the market
Volkswagen the pecans
through months, resigned following a
mobile homes
a change In demand and red light at the. Intersection of bequeath the property to his Is already many .Santa Fe Lake RIC, residen- idential to B\V, which he Is and 12 noon on series of disputes with the coun-
In It.
line advertising to claim a SR-100 and US-301 and collided .spouse even If there are no In addition the board votedto tial, to BA commercial to selling to the Florida State day of sale, and to have nuts ty commission over control of
camping trailer sales Telephone Company. The firm separated In bags and markedas
a
Tal minor children.A open
market"S.
the
fresh W lliam'cadsentlaMaccneym by advertise a change from establishment. plans to build a warehouse to variety. The auction begins hospital.
bvrl. Kiiijr County (Mo.) of HI A, strictly residential, to there. Work on the project was star
Gene at I ;
fuller explanation of these Zoning Director Long p.m
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Port Orange. five after
ted about
Trl-Cniinty( NUWH. : R1C, residential but allowing will also be hold Nov. years ago
Power Sales
the Florida on
t proposals will be found on told the board that -
Machey, 65 had hI.carh.aded the State Board of Health notified -
mobile homes, large
"One food( way to KUVO editorial page In this Issue. on a area & Light Co. Is not abidingby 16 and 30 with.,no sale on the
SR-100 Miss extensive
west on while on West Market Road, from "The best way to earn a the county that
; 23rd (Thanksgiving Day). A
end No. 72-2
face IM to keep! the lower Collins was going south on US- US-301 east,to SR-16, except County Ordinance to rest Isto,, ..t'omplte.your\ final clean-up sale will be held changes would have to :be madein
'of It cloMcd."-lee Mildon. 301 when the accident occured. Polls open at 7 lUll, and the first :500 feet on the westside requiring power companies work."-Fred W. Grown time in December, Allen the old King Memorial Hospital -
Calif.) Monterey; close at 7 p.m. In the get a building permit number(7fom some in order to meet licens-
SalintiH ( Damages to both cars totaled 17 precincts. county's of US-301. The suggestion ( a customer before pro- The Bergen (N. J.) Citizen. .ald. .
County News. $1,400 came from Torode after 17q ing requirements.
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By Green Cove Powerful Union High moved 14-6 pasta

; big and tough Interlachen eleven Fri-

day night in Lake Butler in the area's z

biggest Class AA football battle of the

Fla. Star TiedWith season '

The Union Tigers remain undefeated yards and Interlachen couldn't
with 6-0 record. solve the option. The Tiger
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Clay County; and surrounding The big and powerful Tigers charged hard, enabling
areas under Tornado '-.I.. have an excellent shot at the Green to use the option effectively -
watch, Bradford's Big Machine .:." "' District 2-A post season play- as he set up the TD,
hit town and proceeded breeze offs. They still must face In .with a 35-yard scamper around
33-6 by the hapless Blue De-' regular season play P.K.Yonge. right end to place the. ball's
vils. '1 In their homecoming game next nose at the goal.
week; Wi liston. Baldwin, and Green dove over on the next
Friday night's win gave the .e r Santa Fe. play for the score, getting bur v
Tornadoes a 3-1 mark In the The Tigers also avenged Friday led by Ram defenders but burrowing -
Florida Star Conference ,and night last season's 42-12 under them for the necessary -
set the stage for a big confer- defeat at the hands of the In- Inch or two.The plucky
ence shoot-out Friday night In terlachen Rams. Some 2,000 quarterback then, despite the
Starke with Fernandlna Beach. JI fans crowded Into a standing still wet football, rifled another
While Bradford was havingan room only Union High stadium pass to wldeout Alfred
easy time of It In Green despite a rain that fell the entire Watkins for another apparenttwo
Cove, the Pirates were Handling first half.Surprising point conversion. But a
Pal atka South a 16-0 thrashing. everybody, the holding penalty pushed the Tigers -
Pal atka's loss threw the conference ___ Tigers got on the Scoreboard back to the 17 yard line
lead Into a four way tie with the game Just over 1-1/2 and second longer pass attempt -
with Bradford, Fernandina Pa- kjr 8a1, minutes old. Using the option for the conversion fail
latka South and St. Augustineall l,. play, which netted most of Lake ed. The game stood at 14-6,
having Identical 3-1 records. L Butler's 373 yards on the Lake Butler, and ended that i
Green Cove Is wlnless In the ground, quarterback Dale Green way.
conference and Friday night's pitched to Curtis Slrmones who .1
Wayne Totton Is the ball Blue
on blocking thIs Devil IN.11
defeat dropped the Blue Waveto skirted right end and sped 68
1-6 for the year. The Blue past' which could have given them good field position. yards to score. Green ran the STATISTICS
Speedy quarterback Dale Green I
skirts his left end for
Devils could manage only 21 ball five yards beyound scrimmage a long gainer as teammates mow
yards rushing In each half On third down, Brad Carter Cove moved Inside the Tornado drawing Ram defender LB I down Ram defenders. Green carrIed 24 times for 179 yards and a 7.5 avorag
against the tough Tornado de- took the handoff but after a sub- 45 as Henry Nichols picked up to him, then pitched out Just First Downs 11 4
fense. They completed only four stantial gain, fumbled the ball four yards off the right side of before he was hit an excellent \'ds Rushing 373 70 The opening kickoff by In- and usually got past the line
of fourteen passes while having the and Blue Tom Devils.Temple recovered for the Bradford line. At that demonstration of 'the option. Yds Passing 0 133 terlachen went into the end- before a linebacker or defensive Badcock
two Intercepted Bradford de- point however, Green Cove ran Despite the rain, the Tiger Passes 5-4-1 19-7-2 back could get to them.
fenders. L out of steam as a third down quarterback directed a successful Punts 3-33.5 3-36 zone, Lake Butler making no
Malachi Henry gained 174 pass fell Incomplete and Ownby two-point conversionwhen Fumbles Lost 0 2 attempt to find the handle of Inter lac hen found that the case
yards rushing on 29 carries and 'was nailed after a one yard gain he rifled a pass to wide Yds Pen'l 130 58 the wet football. Rain fell in early as on the fourth play Leading
scored three touchdowns for the STATISTICSBIIS .GO' on fourth down. receiver Alfred Watkins. The Intermittent drops the first few of the game, on first down
Tornadoes. Henry's firstscore First Downs 12 7 Taking over on their own 44, Tigers led 8-0 with 10:20: left minutes of the game, then began Green pitched out to his wide
came on a fourth and short Yards Rushing 233 42 Bradford showed its first signof in the first period. to fall steadily. man, Sirmones, and the speedy Men'sFootball
yardage play as he, got out- Yards Passing 134 91 an offense as Wayne Testone Powerful In their own right Staying on the ground on the Tiger back simply outran Ram
side of the Green Cove defense Passes 11-17-1 4-14-2 caught an II yard pass from the Rams of Interlachen mounted opening series from his 20, defenders for a 68-yard touchdown -
and sprinted 38 yards to score Fumbles 1 1 Hazen on first down. With a an 80-yard scoring drive In Union QB Dale Green sent Cur- Green passed to Watkins
.with three seconds remaining Penalties 25 37 first down on the 'Devil 45- .the second period, all In the Us Slrmones up the middle for for the two point conversionand
In the first quarter. yard line, Malachi Henry' took air. Big plays were passe of ;.tea three yards before the Rams' It was 8-0 with( Lake But-
Bradford' a second score the call but was met right on 17, 35, and 10 yards;the latter, Ron Bishop made the stop. Then ler fans yelling their heads Badcock Furniture won a big
came early In the next quarteras the line of scrimmage by ahost for the touchdown. A two point Green tried it up the Ram mid- off before they ever expectedto battle over Kitchens Tile and,
Terry Hayes caught a 16 Starting from their own 34 of Green Cove tacklers.On conversion by the Rams failed. dle again and got nowhere. The be able to. by virtue of the win, took over
yard pass from Eddie Hazen. yard line Green Cove made the second down Haien found The half ended, the score 86. x big Ram line matched (the 11- The contest settled down to undisputed possession of first
The play capped a 52 yard game's first down as Temple Gray Flynn all alone down field It began to look as if that gera front wall for size and a hard hitting football game place last Wednesday, Oct. 25,
., scoring march which took eight hauled in a 17 vard pass from but the pass was too high, brlng- was the ball game, but early It was an even contest for much after that explosion. Intcrlach- in Men's Flag ootball.1
plays. Ownby. With a first down on See In the fourth period the Union of the game, between the front en returned a short high Union
14
Only seconds later Malachi the Bradford 49yard line, Green Pogo Tigers mounted a drive of,80 men of both teams. kickoff to the Ram 42 yard Badcock's got on' the board
=: Henry picked off'Devil pass -..... ...N> .*ki Then Green tried the outside -. line. Trying Lake Butler's first to.Jead. 7-0 with Mar-
. I' and returned It 26 yards, down and found the key to run strength, aa the'. Tigers had cus Khoden going >
over from
to the Green Cove six yard Indians RuBy nlng against Interlachen's gap- theirs, the Hams' Urban Guthrie ,25 yards out. John Watson then
line. Two plays later Henry r f 64-ti 6 defense. The Tiger QB got Jimmy Strickland, and passed to Ronnie! Thomas to
crossed nine the Ram QB .
.over"trcxn one yard yards around Barry Davis ground out make it 70.Kitchens '
out to give Bradford a 20-0 right end before Bishop knocked yards. lik,.chunks of 2, 11, 5, narrowed the deficit
lead. the_\ I him out of bounds.On 4, and] lOne yards. The Rams to 7-6 when Willie Griggs-
Green Cove then took the ensuing first down from the Union ground.out one first down and hit his brother !Ronnie
kickoff,.,and.marched 55 Hapless Bell'I'he Urban GuthrIe takes 32 Green went outside a- were Inches short of another with a 60 yard ,bomb. Griggs,
gain with the option.Both he and with, fourth down
yards in seven plays to score. a Jimmy Strickland pats coming up. Just before the half ended
on a 24 yard pass-, from quar- for Intcrlachon't only Slrmones have speed and they QB Bah 7 Davis tried the !Rhoden fired a scoring striketo ,
terback Jeff Ownby to Tom made It rough on Interlachen'stwo ) *
See Harold Bishop and Badcock
Temple. < ,'i: l Keystone Heights High Schoolran downs, 35 yards total rushIng last one coming at the score again Lake Butler. linebackers stacked Inside, ( Page 14)) led at halftime, 13-6.

Bradford put the game on Ice over, under and through and forced six Bulldog fum hands of powerful Lake But- In the second half, Kitchenstook
early in the fourth period as Bell High School' last Friday bles. Brannon, one of the best ler. Keystone will face Inter- very little time in closing -
Wayne Testone caught a five night to score a 64-0) victory linebackers In the area, led lachen at Gary Cooper FieldIn the gap to 13-12 with Griggs
yard pass from Hazen followIng -. over the visiting Bulldogs at the Indians' alert defense with Keystone Heights Friday Fernandina ToughATeamAsBIA firing a pass to Randall Mc-
a 78 yard drive. I Keystone Heights. 10 unassisted tackles. night. Gee for six.Badcock .'
The final Tornado score came No less than 10 separate players Coach Roy Bayless had nothing Increased their one
late In the ''game as Henry mostly seniors, did the but praise for his. team PLAY BY PLAY point lead to seven with a 25
caught an II yard pass from l Ha- scoring for the Indians. The after Die game. Bell won the flip of the coin yard Rhoden to Itonnle Thomas
zen. scoring parade went like this: "We handled the ball very and elected to receive. Although pass and a 19-12 lead. Rhoden
Bill Ratllff, 46-yard punt return well (no fumbles lost) in the as the score Indicates, then scored from-three yards
PLAY-BY-PLAY[ with 10:10 remaining in it was the only thing the Bull- out t h give Badcocks a 25-12
the first quarter; Todd Bran- dogs were to win. On the fourth lead. Kitchens was still In the
non, four-yard run with 1:07: play of the game, Bell was Will Face game after Gene Melvin picked
Bradford got Its first Ug remaining in the first quarter STATISTICS forced to kick- having fourth In 1972on off a Rhoden pass and returnedIt
break early. In 'the game as ; Larry Turknett, 34-yard and eleven situation as a result 20 yards for six and Larry'
Green Cover's Melvin Martin run early in the second per- 1\.11 Bell of two running plays and Mercer ran for the conversionand
fumbled the opening kickoff and iod; Robin Henderson, 11-yard I'D 13 3 one Incompleted pass. BUI Rat- "Fernandina Beach is as gooda Team comments from the mistakes, are a sound and Kitchens was down by six
Gray Flynn recovered for the pass from Bobby turner; Hur- Yards 35 lift was on the receiving end football" team as we will have scouting report say that Fer- fundamental football team, well 25-19.
Tornadoes on the 'Devil 19 yard ner, 20-yard field goal with Yds RushIng 243 36 of the 26-yard punt and was faced Coach}' Head BHS Football nandina Is extremely quick off disciplined, and do. not make Late in the game' Badcockput
line.After i only 25 seconds left in the 1'ds Passing 86-1 off and runningslipping David Hurse of the the ball. The Pirates are very; mistakes the game away as Rho-
two running playa lost first half; Grajson, three-}'ard Passes 6-14-1 2111Fum'l through three would-be Bull- upcoming game with the Pirates aggressive and tough, capitalize Pirate*,\Head Coach ts former den passed to Charlie, Flynnto
one yard, quarterback Eddie pass from Henderson midway lost 0 6Puntsve dog tacklers for the Indians this Friday night at home offensive line coach for wrap up the 31-19 victory.
Hazen hit Wayne,Testone witha in the third period; Jim Kuj- Pen'l 80 60 first TD. Grayson added the starting at 8 p.m. BUS, Jerry Reese, who moved
pass on the 13 yard line, short kendal, four-}'ard run with 4:44: Puntsl.-\vg. 3-21.0 PAT with a kick through the The Pirates will come to HenrySecond this season to Fernandlna.
of the first. down. Hazen wentto left In the third period; Jim uprights. Starke with a 4-2 record, the Fernandina's nose man.John- These two teams will meet
the air ,again the fourth Whatley three- 'ard the losses being to Camden Count Is to for the third and final timeon
on } run on Score by Quarters: Bell again received and began ny Walthoor according ,
down, but nearly, had It inter- next to last play In the third its next series of downson Georgia 13-0 and to St.Friday the scout, the best that we the final night of league
cepted the Tornadoes period Jack Sheffield 12- KH) )I Augustine. 13-0 two weeks ago. hav all play, November 15. Provid-
as were ; }ard 14 16 20 1464 Its own 33. Using: a center xfacd year, an agile
forced to given the ball over on run; and John MaxfIeld, six- Bell 0 0 000rain. eligible offense in which all night Fernandina beat 160 pounds. ing these two teams do not
downs. yard run with less than four linemen are on one side of the Palatka 16-0. The Pirates have This area's top two scoring Quarterback William Rlcho, get upset before thenNov. 15
Starting from their, own 13 minutes remaining in the game. center, the Bulldogs were able also beaten Bolles 26-6, Clay leaders maintained their expected 155 pounds, Is a good scrambler will then be a big date for
yard line, the Dim Devils could Grajson added three PAT kicks. to grind out a first down. How- High 41-6, and Orange Park paces Friday night thus adequate passer, and runs Kitchens Tile.
do little offensively and were Henderson passed to Larrj Our offense really jelled ever, on their next plaj a fum- 207. the lead remains the same after the bootleg and belly plays very In the second game of' the
forced to punt the ball away on Vaughn for one PAT and made and the defense forced the turn- ble recovered by Jack Sheffield "Fernandina Is the best ball" seven weeks of the high school well. evening, Draw-Tito won Its second -
fourth and llv another PAT on a keeper play. overs." gave the ball back to the team we will see this season football! season. Bradford defensive men will game of season, a 32-20
The ball was blown dead on Offense was the name of the INTERLACHEX :NEXT KH FOE Indians. Hurse flatly states. Fernandina Branford's Lee Hatch added be facing the best center that victory over Gem Jewelry. The
the Blue Devil 45 yard line game as the Indians rolled up By virtue of its second was inside St. Augustine's 10 two more touchdowns to his they have faced this year, Henry loss dropped Gem to the cel-
where the :Tornado offense went 329 total yards and 13 first straight victor, Keystone Despite being in good field yard line five or six times, total, giving him 88 points--- Rodeffer, 200 pounds, big lar and gave' Draw-Tito pos-.
to work. Again, Bradford could downs. However, it was the upped its record to 4-2-1 with position on the Bulldog 31, the Hurse points out, and should just two ahead of Bradford and tough, according to the session of third place.
do little against i Green Cove's hard hitting defense, led by Interlachen High School as their Indians couldn't put the ball not have lost that ball game. High's Malachl Henry, who, scouts. Gem Jewelry led at the end
6-1 defense as two carries by Todd Brannon, that held the next: foe. Interlachen has lost (See If BHS wins the rest of Its after being held scoreless last Also ,on the best faced list of the first half 20-6 and looked
Henry netted only four yards. Bulldogs.. to only! three first only; two games this season. Page 14)) tine three beats game Palatka and St.Bradfordwill Augus- week, came on to tally three Is Fernandina guard Steve Ash- well on their way to a romp.
v < But Draw-Tlte turned things
touchdowns. well who Is big and tough also,
be first In the Florida around In the second
Eastslde's Leonard Young according to the report. half, put-
Star Conference but will not ting 26 points on the books
stayed In third place with 72 Fernandina offense runs froma
go SA to then state.BHS has If Pal atka beats points and Chlefland's Lo Davis wing and power I set which while shutting out Gem .Je

i ,. a good chance is still fourth 10 points) will make the defense work in welry.
of to
going state 'Tom
a competition. back. the last half. Russell, who'quarter-
+ "Th}' are big, fast, and very; backed the winners all the
Henry has a total of 86 points "We will have to start strong way,
aggressive and have one of the which had a big night offensively
Is just two behind Bran- offensively and end up strong
r premier running" backs of the ford's Lee Hatch with 88. defensively," according to Russell threw for four touchdowns
conference, said Coach Hurie. Coach Rune ran for one, and com
The back that Coach Hurse LaFoller pleted two for
passe successful
PLAYf. SCHOOL .....POINT "I firmly believe that our
talking about
L.. HMCK, .rxifertf' MMai seniors, 18 strong, have made after touchdown points. On
at 205 pounds playing left half "" HOft,,. Star. ... .................16 the receiving end of the touch-
their. minds that
back. According to the scout- L_.r.. YM L. o.vl.. cfttoflM M going .to win the next three down passes were Mike Mc-
Ing report he Is big, strong, H..... jMiklM. ........* ............. M football said Hurs Rae Charles McKlnney, and
tough, and Is the most power- L. Ty ......., OMM. .vHM ..... M games, Ricky Curtis GX( Curtis
CIMrtl". .-. OMimvMM ........ and
4 rIr, ful runner that the Tornadoeshave CMIM. _1_ o.nmviii" ...,. M Robert Edwards caught the conversion -
Lr ._ ..._. ... .
faced this year. 1t lie -..... .
,
Jas tHMfteM, IMVMIM MMfMl. ......Q passes.Dwight
Fullback Duane Dukes, 175 My SfMihf,. *My. ...... M Iht Old Elder passed to Cal
pounds, 1 I. supposed to be quick; .... .Mer..T__ ...................N vin VartMS for one touchdown
Jimmy IMdllMM .,.
In running and quick hitting D*.PM IM,Crw IntoflMlMt city ................M M NO and ran for a 45 yard score
while J.. TMfiw ..._.. ......
being
a good receiver M to pace the losers. Ralph Mor
Al ,.l ...-.. LM, MM, .
In the flat zone. D.'. ..... L_ ..... ..........,".'..M a PACKING gan scored once on a 30 yard
"Wo have yet to put it all AII_ SUN..wSSM1' ......
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return
.. 0.., s.Ir T_ISSN ................. EY RA3I1 an Intercepted pas.
togvtnar In one gam and I "MN." _u... ._. ... ................NN Bob Nobles and Vames scoredthe
think wo/11. have to do it a- a_.., Ow a.4 "___ ..... ...N extra points.
De" ", .ft_. IKMMI ..,.......... N .
daynight"mmented Fri P.w.m PMI.r. M..a.: ...... ...... e LEAGUE STANDINGS: Bad-
Coach .IN/ H.HIM, KcntaC.HI ..........N I cock 5-1; Kitchens 4-2 Draw-
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Hurt*. ....M. M ".* ..." .....OMM.. .....:...... MT. eat la human-hut Ute 2-4 Gem Jewelry 1-5. *
Bradford's offensive line 'Is Brad Carter leads the "W* (the coaches) think we. -. .' Mrry. ...... SMMr ............. usually ar) mueh better ex. SCHEDULE* We n. Nor. 8j
at work this play for Malachi WIIIM ..
on way behind .wri.e. -
right will
Henry have to be at our best to CM D:Mip fwMrw*) .;;::::::::: :: cut. .la de..nded. Draw-Tito va Kitchen 7:80.)
opening a hole big enough to drive{ a tractor through while him with the ball. bat Farnandlna added Hurs*. Laity Tut**!. It.rMMr MiijMi .....*.... Badcock vs Gem 9 pun.

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:. ; virtue of a three-yard gain by Tiger front wall ana wu short and went to the air. The slippery ouarter. Both teams had their
up a third and 10 situation Green Cove's LeRoy.Collier ;. 'fo Ratliff and a 15 yard personal but off-setting penalties; nulll- pigskin caused Stricklandsome chance at scoring but couldn't
from the Green Cove 4$. Huen took the Bradford kickoff on foul against Ben Keystone fled the play. On the second troubles Ms first pass overcome the other's tough defense.
then went to the air again and Ms own nine yard line and returned hixl a n... 4-wm m ..>. tUll't try for the first down, with which was short lacking the It was a hard hitting
found Testone on the receivingend It out to the 20 before .';. b across the goal on Its, first; ball resting exactly where it velocity he could have given battle all the way pads slapping -
for a nine yard gain but being tackled. After I first f 1o""iefle. : I.ft, 'J.L had the previous play Guthrie It with a good grip. Put the all over the field on moat
short of a first down. down pass Incomplete,Own- it first and 15 on the Bell 16. hit the light side of the second was complete to wide every play.
On fourth and one with Just by again went to the' air, only Although still In excellent Union line but was stacked up receiver Aaron DeBose. a tall FIred up after IU touchdown
three seconds remaining In the this time Malachi Henry: was on field position: a run by Rat- by the Tigers. Lake Butler slender 178-pounder for 17 Interlachen held the Tigers to
qui tor. Malachi Henry took the receiving end. Henry returned llff. two Incomplete passes, and had held and won a big con- yards to the Ram 47. six yards In three running plays.
theall 1 and broke off right the ball 26 yards to the t a Henderson to Turknett pass test of strength between two Union's Bobby Croft tossed Billy Ray Smith gave Lake But
tack to out run the 'Devil Green Cove six. tb ? t g could only net 10 yards. Bell strong teams. a Ram runner for a two yard ler a boost, however when he
de .tders and give Bradford On first down Henry took the took over possession of the ball Next excitement came two loss on the option. From the lofted high 40-yardpuntwhlch
a x point lead.t call and drove all the way down after probably what was the series later when the Rams' 45 Strickland hit DeBose witha rolled dead at the Interlachen
the end of the first quart to the one yard line. Second i Bulldog's best defensive showIng Randy Cumbo punted 32 yards long bomb but DeBose could- 13 yard line.
Bradford led 6-0 but had down the senior tailback again of the night.However .. from the Interlachen 38. Un n't hold onto the wet pigskin Still: fired up the Rams began -
11 failed to show much offense took the call and wasn't to be having the ball coulddo ion's Alfred Watkins took the Then Strickland went to Gu- to eat out yardage on first
punch. With the exception denied as he dived over thegoal r very little for the Bulldogs. punt at this 30 yard line and thrie. a back coming out of ground' getting three
Henry's 36 yard TD sprint line. With 9:13 showing on the Backed up to their own two- returned It 44 yards to the the backfield, with a 15 yard downs. QB Barry Davis ran
I Tornadoes gained only a clock. Melvin made It 20-0 with : yard line after Ratliff and Bran- Ram 26.Quickly. pass and Guthrie ran It from right end for 10 yards, full
4al of three yards rushing on his extra point kick. ,tji'{ ;, non teamed up to drop the Bell then QB Dale Green the Union 40 to the 20 before back Carl Davis broke throughfor
ve carries. Starting from their own 21 jy ; .1 quarterback for a four-yard went to work and got 10 yardson Slrmones pushed him out of nine yards over right tac-
Key. to Green Cove's success yard line Jeff Ownby .put the ''." '''i'." loss, the Bulldogs were forcedto one play and 15 on the next bounds a 35 yard gain. kle, and QB Jimmy Strickland
against the run was a six man : punt again. This time the to the Interlachen one yard Strickland stuck to the aer- pitched out to''Guthrie on the
defensive line. In the second Blue Devils on the score board /' it;: punt traveled only 12 yards. line. With a first down at the ial route but missed on two option for a 46 yard gain before -
quarter, however, the story was with 2:36 remaining In the half. M Four straight keeper plays"one one the Tigers promptly scored chances with Lake Butler's Union safety Dale Green
..
to be different as the Tornado After his first down'pase fell by Burner and three by Hen over right tackle, but the play Slrmones, Green and WaUdns nailed hlmj ,Green was the last
running game came to life and Incomplete Tom Temple caughta derson, netted a first down on was nullified on a holding pen-' giving close coverage. On the Tiger who had a chance at
Bradford gained 58 yards rushIng 34 yard pass for a first downon the Bell four. On the follow- alt;}-. The penalty pushed the second down pass it was tooclose Guthrie, running him down at
on 11 carries. the BHS 45 yard line. Two ing play defensive stalwart Tigers back out to the 15 yard and the Tiger's Green the Tiger 22.Strickland.,
The second period began with plays, later Temple was againon Todd Brannon. now playing full line but they still had a first and WaUdns were called for
Green Cove In possession of the receiving end of an Own- .! -.:.... back bulled over two Bulldogsfor down. pass Interference.' Lake But- then kept for sev-
the ball on Its own 25 yard line. by pass. This time It was good ... .- I a four-yard TD run. Another Green then tried left end but ler was penalized halfway to en yards over left guard and
for 16 yard gain and a first to the Union 19 yard line. Thenon
a
controlof PAT
Bradford soon regained Grayson followed. the Ram defense rose up and the goal and given a first downat
the ball u the Blue Devils down on the BUS 29 yard line. Bell, trying to get Its offensive stopped him with Just a yard'sgain the Tiger 10.Strickland'passed. first down from the 1 15 full-
"re forced to punt It away on Two running plays netted five Wayne Totton lost his foot on the wet field Friday machine rolling, attempted to the 14. Then the Tigers back Davis bashed through the
:MIrth and two situation yards for the 'Devils to bringup night which allowed this Green Cove receiver to catch a fourth down and six went to the air despitethe to Gjthrie Tiger defense for six yards and
.'he punt was downed on the a crucial third down situation. situation on Its own 37 afterKeytone'l slippery ball.'the first In the left corner of the end- fumbled the football. Alfred
Blue
the ball and for (for the only Devil
Ownby went to the air and run a TD score. Walking recovered for the Tigers
rnado 48 yard line and Bradford second TD but fail- aerial was deflected In the zone for the touchdown a 10
wasted little time in moving found Temple' In the open as In the endzone. Testonehow- was called back as the Torna- ed. Keystone again regained end zone, and the second was yard play. Strickland's pass ,on their nine yard line,
the football. After a first defensive back Wayne'Testone ever, could not hang on and the does were penalized five yards possession and It took the Indiana Intercepted in the end zone, for a two point conversion to ending a serious Interlachen
down pass fell incomplete, Ma- slipped down. Temple caughtthe Tornadoes were forced to turn for offsides. Two plays later only one play to rack ending that threat. match Lake Butler's was Incomplete scoring threat.It .
lachl Henry took the handoff and ball on the four yard line the ball over on downs. however It was again Hazento up its third TD. One of the Taking the ball on .their 20, broken up by Slr
at the flow went to the left, hewn and eluded one Tornado defen- Two penalties against Brad- Hayes for a 22 yard gain anda best runs of the evening, Lar- the Rams tried it one play on mones who got a hand on the was tile last running threat
tin the right for a 22 yard der to score. The extra point ford moved the ball out to the first down on the Green Cove ry Turknett swept left end, cut the ground and quarterback ball. The score stook 8-6, Lake that Interlachen mounted. If the
g. i and a first down on the attempt failed and the half end- 33 yard line, where the Tornado eight yard line. Inside and darted back to the Barry Davis got nothing up the Butler with 8:39: remlnlng In Hams had a shortcoming In the
G IOn Cove 30-yard line.' ed with BUS leading 20-6. defense once again put a stopto outside untouched for the TD. Tiger middle. Then they the second period. contest It was that they could
lenry took the call again ont Malachi Henry took the second the Green Cove attack. After Green Cove was to get the ball Kej'stone's PAT kick was changed quarterbacks, with From there It was an even not run effectively against die
ft down and danced his way half kickoff and returned It to the 'Devils picked up one yardon right back though as'after blocked. Score: 20-0. Jimmy Strickland taking over. game until well Into the fourth Tilten.I .
"n to the 'Devil 21 yard line. the Tornado 40 yard line where first down, Randy Gasklns Henry ran over three'Devils fora
4 Carter picked up the first BUS went to work., The Tornadoes threw the GC quarterback for a 15 yard gain David' Rogers
,.i on the next play with a then drove down to the'De nine yard loan, back to the 25 picked off a Ilazen pass and returned -
gain. vil seven yard where It was yard line. On the, next play, It back to the Tornado
.h a first down on the Green first and goal to go. Brad Ownby regained five yards on a 23 yard line.
Cove 17 yard line, Bradford's Carter was the key man In the keeper, but was still far shortof On thrld
and 16 from the 50
drive with two carries forgainsof
offense again/ began to sputter. 15 and 28 yards. From the a first down.Following yard line, Hazen could not find
48 yard punt,
Two running plays netted only a receivers and
seven, Henry carried the ball any open scram-
22-
one yard and a third down pass two times moving It down to the BUS took over on their own bled for a 16 yard 1 gain The
line. On second down Brad
fell incomplete, bringing a yard Blue Devils then
up were called
one yard line where It was third
Carter took the call and broke
fourth down and nine yards to for
unnecessary roughness
and to Brad Carter
goal go.
three tackles for a 31 yard gain
go Ilazen then went to the air then took the handoff, but fumbled following the tackle and the ball
and first down on the Green
on the crucial fourth down play a moved down
the ball and Eddie Ilazen was to the Green
and found Terry I laycs open In Cove 31 yard line. Three run- Cove 19 yard line. Followingan
recovered the 'loose pigskin
the end zone. The 1 kick by Cary; back at the three yard line. ning plays picked up 13: yards eight yard run on first down,
'Hevll2K l
and first down on the
a
Melvin was good and Bradford (hi 'wrth down from the Henry caught an 11 yard pass
led 13-0 with 6.51:: remaining In three, llazcn went to the air and yard line. then hauled man from Hazen on third down for
Terry Hayes
the half. the final Tornado
rifled a pass to Wayne Testone IH card nnn. from Ilazen but it score.
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7:30: p.m. Rev. John' Strickland, p.m.Wednesday Prayer and CHRIST Midweek Service Wednesday Renee' McCarthy, her ma- Bright Orange For The Shroud;;
Pastor. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: pun. Rev. John Strickland, ternal grandmother, Mrs. Lena g
Bible School. 10 ajn. Wor- O'Neal, all of Starke her Speak To Me Of Love (Eden>!; .' ,
-Melvin Hamel Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL BROOKER Pastor. ; ma-
Center Door BlondeU
Fancy )
MORGAN ROAD ship Services, 11 ajn. and ternal John ;
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- grandfather B. As As Hate ( )
6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- Empty Creasey ;
BAPTIST CHURCH Night of Green Cove
HOLINESS ship Services 11 and 7 Springs
I a.m. nesday 7 pjn. Ladles Bible The Quiet End of Evening(Tra-
and her
CHURCH p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church FIRST BAPTIST paternal grandparents, cy): The Great Canadian Nov-, ...
Sunday School,,10 a.m." MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor located one block west on SR18.J.PH CHURCH STARKE Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mc- el (Boyle); Anna Apparent Baw- ,.,..-
I Worship at' II.Training of
Morning Worship 11 a.m. SundayBrotherhood Meeting Carthy Starke. den>>: The Day the Bookies Tooka
Union, 6:30: ; Evening Service, Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Bell, minister: and Breakfast, 7:30: ajn.; Sunday Bath ((Hagan); Water With .. "'
7:30.Wednesday: Thursday night Prayer Meet- BAPTIST CHURCH School, 9:45; Morning Worship Berries (Lemming)); The Clang "b )
-- Prayer and -DavldRHodges: 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- BETHEL/ BAPTIST CHURCH at 11, sermon: "What Is PINE LEVEL Birds (LMIeureux)>; A Rabbleof i -
I
Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Pastor vices: Sunday School 10 ajn. Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- That in Thy Hand?" Bell Ring Bebels (Creasey): Fish In
--Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training Un- ers Group A, 5:15 Church
Ing Worship 11 ajn. Evening,, p.m.; a Stream In a Cave (Maloney};
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ion 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening NEWSBy The Girl From StoryvUle(Yer- Cut, Your Own
CHURCH MACCLENNY 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Worship at 7:30 p.m., sermon: by> The Vision of StephenAn
School 10 Morn- MoodPaulin
Sunday a.m. Firs
-Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. "The Will of God."
Elegy Burford)> Lne-
Ing Worship 11. Training Union Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy -Rev. J.C. Sounders, pastor. ; My
Monday- Bell Group
Ringers my's Friend (Osborne) The
6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN B. 6 P.m.; Youth Choir Practice Gary Wheeler Distant Laughter (Forbes; ); Sow
-Rev. Jim Black, pastor.
CHURCH HEILBRONN BAPTIST Deacons Meeting 7 p.m. Malgret and the Madwoman(SI-
Sunday School lo ajn. Morn- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. TuesdayWMU General Meet- menon); The Blood Mother 844.95W:
"Put Common Sense Ing Worship 11 ajn Evening Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. ing- 11:15: ajn.; Covered Dish Mr. and Mrs. A.B. White- (Duane); Any Minute I Can Spilt Only
Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. Luncheon 12 o'clock head, Sr. and family visited
Morning Worship 11. Training noon. (Rossner)>; The Bedlock InherItance W /
And Reason Young Musicians Music Makers last weekend with Miss Eula .
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser- ; (Longstreet); The Man
vice, 7:30. Midweek Prayer Choir Practice, 3:30: p.m.G. Norman, who now resides In Who Got Away Elliott: ); The
Back into Our Government' LAURA BAPTIST Service 7:30.: A.: Bell Ringers Group C, Lake Butler. Perilous Spring of Morris Sei- RYE
GRASS
) Sunday School 9:45: am.Mor- -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas 4:15. Association Baptist Geneva Norman Is in Ala- dman (Moll);;The AbominableMan
Vote ning Worship 11 ajn. Evening tor. Men's Supper, 6:30: p.m. chua General Hospital Galnesvtlle. CSJowall>>; Acapulco Gold
Worship 7:30 pjn. Midweek Bible WednesdayActeens, 5 p.m. (Corley); >Museums and Wo- SEED
FRANKWIL'LIAMS Study, Wednesday 7)30) p. GREATER BETHLEHEM Family Night Supper, 6 pjn. The virus has taken its toll men and other ,Stories (Up-
m.Be FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting R. A. MeetIng in the community; during the dikeS; Free's Cove (Gordon); Lb. .14
in church Sunday. Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday, 6:30 p.m. Teachers and past week as programs and acti- Pioneer Breed Vernam). ,
-Lester Austin, pastor School 9:30: ; Morning( Worship, Officers Meeting, 7:15: pjn.; vities were cut almost In half ftADULT .
11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. by the absence of many\ of the REFERENCE 100 lb.II." ..

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams James. .. T. Brock.,.Pastor sick. Dean Cassels, music Who's Who In .
I director of Pine Level Bap- Amerlc3,97Z-1', < ,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
P'SundaySchool.? 9:45 pastor. 1973 Florida .
: ajn.MornberAVorshlp ; -
". .. tist, was no exception. While .
ttl
e.4M '
.. DISTtR1lT'25' 11 ajn. Youth LONG M BAPTIST ', I i American Party playing the part of the Wild Manat stract 1972J'f DONT !
'" Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac- the "Wild! Man Has Returned"
(DEM . CHURCH' Electors Listed
) s
A 'tice 8 .
Wednesday
pjn.THAT Authors Critical&Biographical -
Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng activity; last Saturday night, : stoopI
_. _. Worship 11 a.m. Evening For November 7 after a few minutes of screamIng References (Combs). I
-- -- -- -- and growling, the virus hit
-
Worship 7:30: pm. Wednesday I
Ig i Everyone welcome. him hard. JEVENILE NON-nCTION See Our New I
-Rev. Robert Haisten,pastor. Sherrod Hamilton, Bradford The "Wild Man" activity, The Land And People of Brazil -
I
County; chairman of the American sponsored by the Pine Level (Brown>;,;The Land And People Pecan Picker-
> CHURCH OF CHRIST Party campaign committee Church last Saturday night was Of 1 South Africa (Paton). Uppers
% ( AT MELROSE has announced the list of electors attended by about250 teenagers, "
( IIIWIIIOIIUI.lrIDROPPED \ Schedule of Services: for presidential candidate coming from as far as Ocala "<:
Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. John G. Schmlta and his running and Jacksonville. The haunted JUVENILE FICTIONMe 4.99
.
house and "nightmare walk" And The Eggmnn (Cly-
1 Morning Worship 11 ajn. Even- mate, Thomas J. Anderson.In a
ing Worship 7 P.m. order to vote for Schmltz through the forbidden woods set mer> The Sesame Street
> ) : All other evenlng-8 p,m. and Anderson, the names of the the stage for scariest Halloween Storybook: Waltzing Matilda
following( electors must be writ- ever. (Paterson>; ,The Snow Parlor
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ten In on the November 7 General After the activity; the gospel And Other Bedtime Stories
CHURCH MACCLENNYHIGHWAY Election ballot. The names was presented, and 21 teena- (Coatsworth):; The Red Room
BUCKET 4 S-100A must be written In full, exactlyas gers accepted Jesus Christ as Riddle: A Ghost Story (Cor-
Sunday School, 10 Morn- printed below Hamilton said: their Saviour. All in all. It bett); Mary Popplns And Mary
ajn.
Mark Andrews of Cape Coral was a great night. Popplns Comes Back (Tra-
ing Worship 11 Training Union
;
OF PAIN! ).
? 7: Evening Worship, 8. Wednesday John C. Beebe of Klsslmmee vers

Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: George Fink of Intercession ---. The Dlddakol (Godden> The
-Rev. Leon T. Odom:,Jr.,pastor City, John W, Greenamyer of House of Wings Ayers); Cow-
Lakeland, L. Allen Greer of boy Trade (Rounds)}; Jonathan
Sarasota, George Harrison Livingston Seagull Bach); Miss -
LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Clearwater Doris K.Harrison aster's Garden (Bodecker);
HOLINESS CHURCH aimetto,James L. Harrison Jr. 111e01d7tmui The Three Bears (Galdone);
Sunday School 9:45: : a.m.; of Palmetto, Marshall McNeer Williams Doll (Zolotow);
Z.' Tampa, M. Dan Nickel of Na-
l Morning Worship II ajn. Youth Mousekln's ABC (Miller).
fr.. ', Service 5 ples, Jean M. Nolen of Seminole -
:!..; ? p.m. Evening Wor-
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Charles W. Putnam of is\\ LIBRARY HOURS
J. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Lakeland Gordon Robertson of ,) I, Mondays. 9..a.m. to 8 p.m.
-1 p.m.Rev. Jacksonville, Ben D. RobinsonJr. "A scandal I. a breeze Tuesday, Thursday and I rl-
of St. Ausustine Donald W.
.. kkDROP W.B. Chauncey., pastor Webb of Tampa and Colas E. stirred up by a couple of 4 day: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
windbag." Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nursery
Westberry of Jacksonville
CHURCH OF GOD Closed all day. Wednesday. '

422 r N. St. Clair St.. Starke. ... ... ... _.
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1. School 10 Morn- !.
Sunday ajn.
IN AT Ing Worship II ajn. Sunday t
Evening 7 p.m.'outh r Night; 1
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer _

.FIRST( FEDERAL Meeting-- ,. Friday M.E. Fussell 7:30: p.m.pastor. 1 1Rev. .PECANOR

""vft; AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH: ,_[ I Iii' 111 II c: I IJ : i "

For AFriendly: Chat A bout Our Insured ing Sunday Worship School II 10 ajn.a.m.orn; Evening/ I[ ; FRUIT TREES

Worship. 7 pjn.Vednesdaj' \ : "
SavingsAnd ,Our High Interest Payments. Praj er Meeting! and Bible Study MeetIng 0' \ Pkgd. Or In Cans
7 p.m.'oung Peoples -
i\:! 20 % OFFdCON
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Monday, 7 .
every p.m. [ .11'U \
.
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone '
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For Peace Of Mind And That Wonderful welcome. < A '. 1 i I II

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Feeling Of Getting Ahead Your To ; ." ,
Bring Savings .t:
fa...
CHURCH OF GOD '','a-, "1"I. I .I : I i
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mm; MICE
First Federal Schedule of services: Sunday t '

School 10 ajn. Morning Worship -, .r : ...r .
at 11. Evangelistic Ser- L. Yl 'F' r.r. :.
Passbook 6 Month 1 Year "
2 Year .
vice, 6 p.m. 1PE and Prayer :'
Savings Certificates Certificat. Certificates Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30: I. i:: Pre>pore> For Th.

5% 5.25% p.m.Rev., Daisy Kight. pas- '\' .'.litt Rot And Mk .
5.75% 6% tor. i If You're Planning To Build A Home Or Business Now

P.r AnnumZ;; P.r Annum P.r Annum Pn'A.... Or A Mobile Th. Cold Will,Driv.
Home Be Check'Your
i. Buy Sure To
Qu".r''
Ernl.g Quarlorl Earnln. '. QUlrf.rloo: Earning q..rterl E.ranls( .
.2.10 Mln SZ.OOO Min, StoOe !tIn, 111,000 Min.. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Zoning Regulations "' Then In
Iny.nl' Investment Investment/ ,,,...___

:'. I:: Ralford Road ,& Weldon St. 1 lb.Meal!
.... Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning r
:. Our H....i Worship It: Sunday Evening 1 Ib. ,PelletsGARDE.V
Men thru Thur. _9 ... M 3 p... 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.: .
Friday '' 5i30 p.mCl -Charles Thomas, pastor.
.j k'4;; 1 1.47 I
l. BRADF01D COUNTY ; .

rII FIRST FEDERAL JORDAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY MISSION \t tolaraR!

!J fJ1.WIIf1l. and Loan Association of Starke tIN U.S.Frees 301 North Drive, In behind, Sunday Tea 1 ZONING .OARD' e AST '

School 10 ajn. Worship Ser s ornD&, '
TIU"HOMI964-S000 vice 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer ,, BSe n. .:' v
'L..J "Th" house at SOI/'ft./' : JU W MADISON JT. Service 7:30 pjn. Wednesday j sskuwtit *

l't'.r.2 t AUO'IOONr..KETSTONa Hf ICHTS ; CENTER
E.L. *
-Leroy Olive, pastor
Criffla associate pastor. AH On N .

November 2, 1972 1 "t.:' XLy

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[ Point of view.J' ,,4 I sLpxr \frJ FOOD BUYING TIPS

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I I4t t + thl
t Do It yourself There 1* no
aubetltute,fOr your own experience ; -

The Five Proposals t si iiY quality"Of lauxhooslng i fresh fruit the for right dif

ferent uses.
"'-" ;'.. ,
"f' ;
Florida voters who go to the polls scenic and historical places In the Don't buy.just because of low

next Tuesday will find one Referen- State can be preserved for future enjoyment ,yy7, price .Ttiwldom pays to buy
the voters must show their W perishable 'Jtrulte merely because -
dum and four proposed Constitutional 1 low.
the price Unlessthe
amendments on the ballot for their 'approval at the ballot box. lower price 1* a result of

approval or disapproval. Three of over abundance of the fruit at
these questions will have long range Although there Is little organized J N++ the time, the so-called bargainmay
significance to the future of this fait i opposition to these proposals It has w r .' rNA I It' be underslrable.

growing state. been pointed out that the State's total einljljiiiat'
need Modern
Buy you -
Question No. 1 on the ballot calls ,debt now stands at $1.02 billion twelfth home,,refrigeration makesIt
for a $200 million bond Issue to finance highest in the nation and the addi- possible to keep an adequate
the purchase of envirorjnentally tion of another $250 million would supply of:most perishable fruits

endangered lands, and another$40 mllI place Florida "among the dozen most on hand,.butnever buy more than

I lion to buy outdoor recreation lands. ''debt ridden states In the nation" you canoPWerly refrigerate
wlthQUt waste even if
Question No. 2 would authorize the It was also pointed out, however that and use
I "' the product i.,cheaper in quantity -
'
be- tvy- 7 TTlepe'.fcjvk... ? i" .. "ueip ; aP MBBB f CjBEv
Issuance of another estimated $40 mll- this Is not necessarily dangerous i / v' .
,: lion In bonds backed by tax revenues "cause the state In on sound financial '

from the sale of documentary stamps footing. fe p Sg T tion Keep- Even a l&jkout with for the'deteriora most mo-

f !to purchase other outdoor recreation The other question on the ballot hav- ; > dern handling methods, some

lands I ng to do with bond Issues Is. No. 4 +,,, ., < .,. M A. products decline' rapidly in quality -
f\\ The endangered lands mentioned In .which would amend the Constitutionto ; while b\display. Frequently -
proposal No. 1 Include submerged lands Increase by 50 per cent the amountof such!\' off-( allty; fruit can be

inland coastal waters beaches given to each school dis- bough t ,erAced price but
or money
Take Me Out The
To Ball Game the waste in,preparation mayoffset
marshes watersheds or wilderness trict for capital Improvements. tlje! pflce reduction.
areas. These are lands that are 'I

unique Irreplaceable, and whose development ,;The: amendment would also lower Don't'' tit: on size alollO-
,
Stark. beaded baseball complete A few of the faces this 0'0tand..
conservationists believe, the coverage for debt service from 1.33 one a diamond recognized In photo (( Large ail' jrulta'are not necessarily -
with cov.r.d grandstand and a crack ball team that wes! Ing) Arthur Murrh., third from left; George C. Livingston, the' best quality; nor
would damage or destroy the natural ,to 1,12 which means that if a school '' economical.
'district known throughout the or... The "old boll park" woe Will Wall, Eddie Duncan and Olin White fifth sixth are thei'1''Mway*
areas that may serve as vital support wishes to borrow money. It .They mar\ ''appear' to be bargains -
systems for urban areas. must show revenue of only ]1.12 times located |lust east of Alligator Creek, on the north *ld.,ol' seven, and eight from left. First row: Rawson Davis, but may be entirely unsuited -

The (protection of these lands they the amount to be borrowed, insteadof Thomas Street in an area that Is now overgrown with under 'fourth from ,left;, and Archibald Johns fifth from 1.1,. to the! purpose you have

say, would assure Florida permanently 1.33 times the amount, as at present brush. In min faaWjoAppearntieel!\

of clean streams, rivers and lakes, isn't everything-

adequate and unpolluted water to drink, Select yodt 'fruit' for best eatIng

and use, plentiful forests wildlife To borrow a million dollars today, Foster Homes quality' Hither than outer ap-
: and spawning grounds for fish. a district would have to show a revenue pearance'i'J'If'lyou' want to shop
The 'outdoor recreation lands would of $1.33 million but If the amend- II L Needed InBradford economically' Appearance and

I Include parks wildlife preserves sub- ment Is approved a revenue of $1,12 LETTERSi CountyThe many quality respects are'tldsely, butfine associated appear-in
million
merged lands and historical and archaeological would be sufficient. ance does_not always denote

sites. I Division of Family Ser- fine qu lff; .--'Often a fruit witha

The money to repay the bonds esti- The lowering of the coverage would .- vices Is trying to locate, peo- very"; >ttractlve appearancemay
mated at one cent per day per person undoubtedly help all counties by providing III ple who would like to become have"jfBtlvely) poor eatIng -
Dear Mr. Editor: together and vote for Mr.Nixon, quatUKKfcause! of.a varietal -
foster for children
additional parents according -
will come from the state's general funds to pledge against
by doing so we can sent the charjVerlstic or because
revenue and no increase In taxes wouldbe their debt retirement. In Bradford The Editorial In last week's leader of tile Democratic Partya Dear Mr. Matthews: Vaughn child to Mrs.welfare Michele case of some Remal condition suchas
since the state tax County It Is estimated that additional Bradford Let's tell them that
required on an County Telegraph message. worker for Bradford ovcrm tuvtty.; On the other
profits of corporations now going into $750,000 would be made available about the Watergate Affair has we do not want a liberal party; I wish to thank you for writing County.; hand I f fruit with poor appearance
the general revenue fund is more for capital improvements which are prompted me to write this let- that throws money away Just for the._ editorial headed" Children are placed In foster due to poor color or
And I the sake' of it "Trickery Dlckery Dock. It homes when It is not "
that will throwing
ter. hope pos-
you away superficial I blemishes may have
than to offset the cost of the needed to with the of
enough keep up growth print this letter as this Is the I think we all should send them is so childish and despicablethat sib:o 1 for them to.live with excelle 'eating quality
,
bonds each year it Is said. the school population.The first time I have taken the time a message and then If they don't It has and will make votes their natural parents or rela- .. -
This would be the first general ob- to express my own views In change the Party; back the way for our President, Richard ti'! Mrs. Vaughn explained. Buy ItfKison I Quality; is usually -
ligation bond issue In the history of money for this would be allo- print In answer to an editorial. we want it, then we all should Nixon. hMHai and Prices more
"There
get out of it and Join a partymore ; This I want to thank you for. are many reasons reasonailHmwIien you buy fruit
Florida under a Constitutional amend- cated from the motor vehicle licensetax why a child might not be able
It seems to me that the Democratic to our way to thinking. in seasofuftPM-of-season pro
ment in 1969. and would be available to Sincerely live "
approved junior to' with its parents Mrs. Is
Party Is trying to use duce lly more expen-
Question No. 2 proposes an amend- colleges, as well as public schools. the Watergate Affair to cover up -Merritt H. WilliamsIf N.L Woodburn Vaughn said. "Sometimes the sive. igg
ment to the Constitution authorizing the real Issues of this cur- father has deserted and the
Issuance of bonds to raise funds for The No. 3 question on the ballot rent Presidential Campaign It mother cannot manage by herself Shop for plentiful Through
additional recreation lands or to improve would make it easier to amend the Con- reminds me of the old gimmickof -- ------- or the parent may be newspaper< radio and J tele71'"M1e'"f -
mcpj,.n W.jfttTtei.llii:. )., i "
Pic- >ision'1h1> 4 x"
"Can you find the Hidden < ;: ueparvne t'of.
existing parks and recreationareas. stitution by the initiative method ol, ; .
*<
w l "
These bonds would be financed whereby citizens can petition to have You ture"know, within the another one where picture.they,.k, I, *1 I 4'.'Goun' 'Age, nfflivsE'1.t There where are thechlldren also many have Instances month Agriculture which tells fruits you are eachn in:.

'f by state documentary stamp taxes of proposed amendments place. ooaithe: show you landscape with trees,. been neglected or mistreated,""' greatest supply"and worthy of!
about $5 million each year, 'which ballot. The 1968 Constitution'provides flowers, bushes and things By Bobby L. Taylor Mrs. Vaughn said. -"Children your special 'attention. Such
\ would finance about $30 to $40 mil- for the initiative method, but says and then they tell you that who need foster care are of plentiful foods are usually
'lion in bonds. the question can affect only a single somewhere concealed In It Is a all ages and they all have prob- good choices -and reasonably
I .* The picture of a donkey pulling a you did not attend the J. M. when it is this dry. If you have lems. Just having to leave their priced. |]
t Constitution.
of the J
section
f i pro- cart with a boy in It, "Can Edwards, Jr. cattle sale Tuesday planned to seed either crop, real mother and father is a
The question might be asked: Why posed amendment would allow Initiative you find them"? Usually It (October 31), you missedthe be ready at the first good rain problem In Itself." Don't plnchl Rough handlingof
should Florida] go into debt today to amendments to cover several sections was almost impossible to find biggest cattle sale we will arras time before the middle of fruits wtmflyou are select-
buy lands for use tomorrow? as long as they pertained to the hidden picture until It was have this year. Not only was November or the first of December. A social worker from the ing them ci4M a spoilage) and
one subject. shown to us, because the art- the sale big, It was also unique. Division of Family Services waste. Such' loss to the grocer
only
ist had cleverly painted the Three of the Exotic or Euro- In the meantime, rememberthat works with the child, the foster usually' IsvDMwed. on the con-
landscape so as to deliberately pean breeds Limousin, Chlan- pasture growth and qual. parents, and the natural sumer, soygimopstagoupwhen
i Advocates of the proposals point out The fifth and final question merely conceal the real picture within. Ins, and Charolals, were represented ity are rapidly dropping off. parents "The social worker fruit is carelessly handled.
i that Florida is already the fastest corrects a technical error In the 1968 ThaU what it looks like the Democratic along with Angus Observe your cattle often and tries to make the best possi- When you must handle a fruit
growing of all the large-population Constitution which: now provides that Party Is trying to do and some dairy breeds. Mostof begin winter supplemental feed ble plan for the child, and works to Judge Its quality; use thoughtful

states in the nation. In the next thirty; the owner of a homestead cannot bequeath here with this Watergate Affair. the cattle had calves at as soon as you see cattle beginto this with goal the foster" Mrs.parents toward care to prevent Injury.
Vaughn said.
To ,
cover up the real issues. their side and bred lose flesh. There
are a
the of the State is were ar-
population to his
years the property spouse
\ "At the present time there We have available to you the
tifically to either Chlanlna or number of winter feeds on the
t expect&l' to double. At the same time even If there are no minor children. To start with, I would like to Limousin. I heard several of market. Call me if you have are only two foster homes in bulletin "(low To Buy Fresh
property prices are rising astronomical The amendment would add a clause know who is running our Demo- our local 'cattlemen say that questions about the kind that Bradford County, and many Fruits". .Please call 9646554or
!)'. The average annual rate of allowing the owner of the property to cratic Party? How did this Liberal they might not be able to' buy will best fit your needs. more are needed." write to P.O. Box 267, SUrke

Inflation In the price of land in FloridaIs will it to the spouse if there were no group ever get control of these cows but were Interested All persons who are Interested Florida 32091.
now 18 per cent, and in some minor children. our Party; ? Why are we Democrats in seeing these new in opening their homes to .
letting a small We e e
groupof those
breeds. always enjoy items a child who has no home of
sections even higher.At liberals control our Party? How of medical publicity which list his own are urged to call the Many t candidate's boyhood
There appears to be no good reason did it happen that the Democratic -, Mr. Edwards has always beena nine horrible things that may Division of Family Services at friends vote /for him just to
the present rate the future Increase for voting against either No. 3 or No. Party ended up having Delegates progressive cattleman since be wrong with you and then 964-7310 for more information show they have a sense of
humor.
In land values will more than 5. at the Democratic Convention showing his first steers in FF A. add a tenth rule: Don't worry. on the program. "i
to vote for a liberal He has an "eye" for selecting ,..1--
of the
Interest and principal
equal the platform that lets Hippies cattle for breeding or show.
bonds sold to buy conservation and recreation In the case of the bond proposals the Dope Addicts, and Criminals His and his children's recordat

lands, at today's prices. voter will have to decide whether the dictate our party's wants and various shows and sales porlle
needed Improvements are worth the desires? throughout the state have "With Smith-Corona

These conservation and recreation cost of the State going further Into brought a lot of recognition my
Now: let's get down to the nitty- to their family and to our County -
;
lands must be set aside today if there debt. In our opinion the rapid growthof
gritty of the real Issues and and
; arean.A I
; have time f
Is to be room enough to relax fish Florida, present and future .makes that is who Is the best qualified more or z,

hunt, and generally) enjoy Florida's these Improvements to our enviroment to be President this United sale of SOU high quail; '
natural beauty In the future. and to our schools a matter of necessity States between Mr. Nixon: cattle such as Mr. Edwards '\ guw electrifying 1
just as It is necessary for a business and Mr. McGovern? At leastwe offered does a lot toward putting
the November the have had four years of what our Area on the map I've
The two bond questions on Institution to go into debt for
Mr. Nixon: is like and discoveries 'Io?
for they heard that in order to be successful *
ballot hold much promise purchase of needed new equipment have not been bad years. As In marketing any product -
the future of Florida, but before any We must pay the price of continued for Mr. McGovern, he Is untried that you have to let peo-

,of these things can happenbefore growth. and unproven, and I personally ,.,pie know who you are where
am not willing gamble you are, and what you haveto
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the lives of my family or myself offer This sale has done
',v or my livelihood on a person Just that because people from
as Irresponsible and as erratic allover the country bought 4
GENERALELECTION as Mr. McOovern. Seattle from this farm.

The Leader of the Demo- I
"4c, cratic Party are trying their
best to make the American Pub- Screwworms have Poppedup .
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lic think that the war was started again this year In Florida- tt
NOVEMBER 7 under the Nixon Administration this tune even closer to home.' 'k..' ( ; f' _
and has been carried on by A confirmed case we report /..E1
him. But we are not going to ed near Oxford In Marion County
be fooled, because we remember Oils week. State and Federal 'a t / v -t. fI1r
that it was started by Mr. people have already; been dispatched -
...-- Kennedy and the Democratic to the scene<< in 'release
Congress and carried on by Mr. sterile male files to prevent '
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Johnson and Mr. Nixon is Just an outbreak of worms /
living up to committments made there. This should remind us ; :
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by .olds country prior to his or anyone with any kind' of ,.- ,
f "" taking office. It he Is given animal to be on the iert and ; 4
,, ESTARI.ISHEI1)x79-' '1) 'ro :\ time he will get us out of this observe animal closely and r.
\ .'. he0itla war, honorably and without surrendering often for my suspicious wound.
V A new commandment I give u Mr. McGovern Any suspected case should be
to you that you love one an would have us do. They are reported at once to a livestock SMITH-CORONA
trying to make us think that Inspector- your County eaent.
LORIL. RESSASSQt4ccAT1oN other.-John( 13:31))
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> Inflation Is Mr. Nixon's fault '. office. Screwworms area '
\ I We have many gifts to share, But we the people know that inflation very destructive end Inhumane jljThe P;\ inventive writer's way with words.
but encouragement is one the has been going on ever pest that we cannot -afford '
finest. To encourage another; is since the Roosevelt days and to have recur.
/ \J) :R\ literally to help strengthen his will continue to go on as long
r "' v
; heart. Just as we bask In the as Congress, which Is Controlled The light rain last weekend ga

encouragement and approvalof by the Democrats: con- was not enough to give) our win,
haws to have deficit
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publtsh.r 4 others, so do they need from spending. ter forage crop and clover astart.
Published each Thursday and .M.r.d es Sot:4.: fI us. In giving encouragement This U one Democrat that U It things dont change, C
Cless Matter at the Pest Office at 5'0,110. Florida we are fulfilling the command- going to vote for Mr. Nixon and It look Ilk* we might havea J
under Act of March 3rd 1819. ment of Jesus to love one an- I would like to see him elected dry winter that could meta iiliif! pt
Subscription in tr;de .,..: \ yaar, $6.00; Outside other. Sustained belief in an- t the President of the United our winter reeding end cattle ,
trede.. eree: I year,. $7.00 other has brought many a States by the biggest margin that management program very ex'.
eto-
anyone has ever been elected. pensive. Bye, ryegra* err .
person through a difficult time.. Let all of us Democrats get verwlUDOt..nDiDat" grow ,

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;' i; Hilites/ By Linda Wharton: qii' I Turn Out Big -"

ti Keystone 'I'bone 479-4907 m::: .i
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spite of numerous school
PACk carnivals an annual bear bunt,
CUB'SCOUT 305 District Governor Bill Wesanen
ST. WILLIAM'S CATHOLIC and several Little League ball
Cub Scout Pack 305 held their' will be of
a sued Keystone
first The meeting of the Pariah games last Saturday, some 283
meeting. Thursday Oct.
Heights Rotary Club. The Horarlans
20 at American I legionHall. Council will be held November Clay County voters found timeto
The next plan a club assemblyat 8 at 7:30: pun In the Parish eat barbecue with Demo-
meeting will the home of Jim Chesting
'
be announced at a later date. ton with reports on the local Hall.All credo nominees CongressmanBill ,
ChappelL Sen.WelbornDa-
Any boys ages eight, DIne or club's activities and goals for members of the church are nile, Frank Williams, candi-
ten are welcome to Join and the year. They will also enjoya urged to attend this meeting. date for the State House ofRepresentatives
any one Interested please contact steak cookout. Sunday School Schedule NOTICE !
and County
Mr*. Bland Ware, 473- On Friday Nov. 3, Bill We- Grades 1 through 8, 9:19 ajn.Sunday Commissioners,Homer Newell

3118 amen Fensacola, will be the High School age 7 pun.Sunday. and Olin Howard.
speaker at the regular Friday
CAREEN CLUB The rain went away, and a Off
OF THE LAKES luncheon. Bingo Is played every Friday beautiful sunny afternoon favored To AH V ttr* Cloy Coeaty
night In the Pariah Hall at 7:30
The Garden I Club of the the party which was heldat

Lakes held their regular month LADIES GOLF ASSN. pjn. Reynolds Industrial Park In ofthose WE CALL TO YOUR ATTENTION THE,STATE AND LOCAL

ly meeting 'on Oct. 28 at St. Team play ended Thursday, BOY SCOUT TROOP 574 Green Cove Springs. Many definite
wanted
William' Educational' Build Oct. 28, with 22 under par for Six new boys were Inducted attending -
to Issues Important -
ing.The 54 hole with Mae Henderson Tuesday, Oct. 24, Into Troop answers this BifftHCIKATS
to them and occasIon
program conaUted of all z.. Tones, Kitty; Martin and 574 at an Induction ceremony opportunity for
ample
kinds of flower arrangemente Virginal Corey; as winners, held at the Faith Presbyterian their game .
for show practice and wu enJoyed Runners-uo with 19 par Brian purpose.Carol
Church. Dennis Chellhee
Voncll Los Sue Daniel, Gloria Howard WHO SEEK OFFICE IN OUR COUNTY
by everyone. were' etch, Walker Abies, Gary Wills, Stove Dear and Madlyn Newell,wivesof
Hostesses for_ the meeting Thelma Wallace and Berhlce Phil Cam and Roy Abinger are' candidates, and AnnJOCIWlIIo
'were Mrs. Naples,Mrs.FaikeL Worely. the new Scouts.Seven.boys of Frank Williams
sister
Mrs. Roberts and,Mrs. Wil Putters for the daywereVon* from this troop served food passed out literature -
liams. ell Ketch with 28 putts,and Ves attended the annual Silver and otherwise assistedthe
ta AIken and Mildred Button Springs Ross Allen Encamp nominees.

tying; with 29. ment the weekend October. All party of the candidates stressedthe
DUPLICATE BRIDGE The ladles will hold their regular -
15 at Silver Springs. need to get out the vote
Winners for the duplicate monthly! luncheon bus- Plans are In the making for a Election Day Nov. 7. Those
bridge game played'' Tuesday, ness meeting on November 2, camp-out the weekend of November on urged to "do
attending were
Oct. 24. were First, Mrs. with a play of low nets and putts 18kCOMMUNITY
share and take someone
Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Frank for 18 and 9 hole players. Tee your
with you. Be an Interested par- And Ask You To Consider Their Fine Record
Scott a visitor. from Atlanta; off time 8:30: ajn.
form In ,
and carpools
Second.! Mrs. Tom Feamster On November 9 there will bea CHURCHWOMENDid ty, your 01 "

.and Mrs. Francis MIerick; Flag Tournament with tee you know there are only neighborhood. IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER'THEY ARE:
..Third Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fal- off time at 9 a.m.WOMAN'S 53 more days until Christmas?
kel and Fourth Mrs. L. Brin- If you have not had the opport- .It
son and Mrs. EsteUe Miner CLUB unity to do some of your shopping for some 20 girls and anew
The Executive Board of the In advance now Is the member Michelle Klefer on
ROTARY CLUB .. Keystone Woman's Club will chance. The Community Church >November 7 at 8 p.m. at the ,

The Keystone Heights! Rotary meet Tuesday. Nov. 7 at, Women are holding their annual home of their leader Mrs. I ,
Club held their regular luncheon 10 ajn. at the Clubhouse bazaar Friday Nov. 3. at the Henry A. Brunson on Breezy 'df !i,
meeting Friday, Oct. 27, with A luncheon and card party; Community Church educational Point. Parents of the girls are CONGo BILL CHAPPELL ,uQM1: their program chairman Stewart sponsored by the Woman's Club building. Invited for this ceremony. '
McCord presenting film, will be held on Friday, Nov. 10 The ladles have been busy for The Cadet Troop meets each FOR U.S. CONGRESS :;! FLA. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
"'The Most Hostesses for the Tuesday night at St. Anne'sParrish ,
Important Man. at 12 noon. month.lnthelr"orkshopemakq ? ,.
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a refresher course, on Rotaryand occasion will be Mrs. Paul Ideal gifts and decorationsfor Hall In Keystone ;....,, '" ,., "'.
what It stands for. Cuendet and Mrs. C.H. Haber- the event. Also Mrs. Ray Heights. New members are always : 4' .:

Thursday, Nov. 2. the Rotary s.troth.I Farris has a delicious luncheon welcome. r .
planned for the day, for your The present members have Your effective voice In Con- This Commission regulates

convenience while you shop. a three-day camping trip plan- grew because he listens to '" utilities, transportation and
There will also be a babysitter ned for November 101112.They you first and then takes decisive ; hundreds of everyday things
I "Put Common SenH'I for small children so will attend the Florilorle at action In your behalf.Trust : that affect your life. We need

I And Reason come and spend the day and the Ross Allen Encampment him with your vote. He has I !"+''P!' a man who has already proved

bring the whole family. Silver Springs. proved himself worthy. ,' ",y\ 1111". 1 hell a consumer advocate and

Back Into Our Government"Vote Doors will be open front. 9 ajn. ,I equipped to fight for your pro.
.iia till 5 p.m. BOWLING TEAM tection.
The Women's Organization The Northeast Florida Team
will hold their General meetingon played at Jacksonville Beachon .,',4 Ly
October 8 with the DeWitt .
November 'at 7:30: p.m. In : II
FRANKWIL'LI'AMS the educational building. Rev. Jones team taking three games y iliI...
I.
M.E. Drake will present the from the Halifax team of Daytona HIT

program. Everyone Is urged to Beach. 4 bu.tr.-' >
Neoma Nelson had high series ..
attend and bring a friend as ,
this will be a most Interesting with 686 and the total series SEN. WELBORN DANIEL < k : ,t COUNTY COMMISSIONER
for the team was a total G. '. 1't!1'> .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES program. HOMER NEWELL
of 3,133.
STATE SENATE 11th DISTRICT ,
The next tournament Is scheduled -
SPORTSMAN'S CLUB
DISTRICT 25 a'T!;!
Club Skeet In Ocala on November 12
The Sportman's
(DEM) '0 '\ .
yl4 Range Is open every:.Wednesday at 1 pjn. '!'Dw'jv'' r1uu'{ lat!' W hr.f+nln ,u...t" .r' 9'R> kr'tr' Mt'U".t' ? tl ,',", .6.. r.III.wu. )', YtQt t tI
.
r/' from 7' p.m. til 10 p.m. MELROS .WOMAN.. CLUB I, dative /.".rJ EH..I oJ.jvw... ..4 .'.*> al1l..?&'"), '{''!j'f"i-Ui li l h i nil' 9(1 1 htiww eflrHxf! OB-I, .draw
.
and every tSundaWtoM S+ *I]n ,,"JbN! Ts Club 'M'" > : 11.q
an. II "+yau/luslry/ : " rlON \ til 9 p.m. 1b1'. focatea'Sthe :"Will:' meet'on'NovM3Bf 12 noon '"" As hresldent Pro :.Hano' : oCSr: ; -.Tn' 1'*c"#*&< ", County Commissioner Homer .X11; f.,

Keystone Ali"Park and the' ""- the Florida Senate, and chair d Newell "1 understand
"Tor the regular business meet- sow
public Is welcome.The man on the Important Rules : i the need tang range land use
members urgedto
1 !" regular meeting of the Ing. All are Committee, he Is already In '3 9U( Plans, and so do my Zoning
} Sportsman's Club Is held the be present. a position to help the 11th I>Is- c.) ill''I'!) Board appointees. Check their
at 8 )
On Nov. 4, starting a.m.,
first Monday of every monthat trict. Support him so he can \ : votes on all Issues and Judge
the club will have a plant 'n"y'
WORD exchange .J' for These
yourself. Issuesus
Hall. help
City
the Keystone you.
the clubhouse The
at ,
'.' 9Hi; l affect him and his family too--
GIRL SCOUT public Is Invited to come and "I :' ," rM ,enoL> an Important reason to do his
I CADET TROOP 190 bring plants they would like job well.
"
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ABOPT'MONEY 4j: There will be an Investitureand to exchange for others '" '" .
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Re-dedication Ceremony ,
(Con't. To Next Poge)

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KEYSTONE COUNTY COMMISSIONER :;, O 91U FRANK WILLIAMS


Sc ;' OLIN HOWARD ""i''WI\I//\.i';'\+ w.'''''. ','J nsr" FOR STATE! REPRESENTATIVE:

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AUTO SERVICE .
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... 1',' Li7Fr .AnnouncingGRAND 'J.;!

\ OPENING rr(1jiJ

> I "I will make every effort to ;aril. f His platform centers around
all of Clay County fairly <, your FULL TIME Representa
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t, ,' \ 'wt
..t: GOODYEAR sand equally. and to see that j ( 4'" tive. He feels this Is the only

the county affairs are handled way to adequately serve ALL
FALL TIRE SALE on a businesslike basis." He the people of District Check
lives and works In this county ; the planks In Ms platform and
save' II and all of his interests are here. 'f" see U they don't match your
Prices Good Thru Nov. 26
: I He sioner.Is a 24-hour a day Commis ...n. needs.


L-7845 CUSTOM POWER CUSHION a .

POLYGLASS LIST PRICE $65.55 .H" ,

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The surest way to make money is to savel! SALE $ OO01 ;:,f Unarr

Be secure .. open a Savings Account at PRICE :,,-
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'Jf
our Full Service Bank where you can take Plus Tex "..i


'care of all I your banking needs. Money And Many More Low, Low Prices I "

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doesn't grow. on trees, it will grow herel! All Sale Tires Are In Stock ,


KEYSTONE STATE BANK NO GAMES or GIMMICKSTIRES I TUESDAYNOV. ,



Member FJXLC.: Keystone Heltfitav Fig TO FIT ALL AMERICAN CARS VOTE 7th


Tour ItfejMUrJButk Phone 4734O52av. ,l,.'.'
In Year Friendly Cattutumtty: ';
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Q' Tuesday. November ,7For







HOMER NEWELLReelect General Election




This Space Sponsored By j

'The: Man Who. .


_(forks IN and FOR Clay County mils avallabto 24 hours a day. CLAY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC


-Understands the need far Long Ranp Land Usa Plan and apooJnteaieiBbefj to.(tta- .Board vho

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
l bin 11'I JIIbnSt l hI'ALL cf Clay Coif

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ClAY COUNTY COMMISSIONS, DISTRICT ONE
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H.,iteB -- ." -- -- Junior Golfers Fall Cl aaic Now Under Way!

to stop and give her:*'hand. teaching at the Key stone School. 1-----:0'.1. Tourney Won Fall Classic Tournament defeated Don Shackleford and
(From Preceding Page) Mrs. Bacnmann/ would lib to October 30. He will be teaching Russell Greek Is under way: at the Keystone Huntley Redfean. Sr. Carl NI-
.ay "Thank you" Forestry Science English and By Golf& Country Club with ladles bert and Charles McCltve defeated 1
PERSONALS Mrs E.L. ShockJ.y of Altanta Algebra. Charles graduatedfrom and men's divisions. The following Meserve and McKInley
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gal has been visiting her sister Virginia Polytechnic Institute the Christmas Buaar.I Thirteen Junior) golfers teed an the winners of the in their play-off.
lop have returned from few Mrs. Asxle Williams, and they in Blacksburg. Va.- nd MELROSE HOMEMAKERS Mrs. Holton, a chairman of off on Veteran's 1 Dior. Oct. 23, first round In the ladies a
weeks camping In the moun- enjoyed dinner at(Homestead Is living with his parents In Mrs. Elaine press' the AARP Community; Chapter, tor their first tournament of Bullock won their match over
one night last week. Green Cove Springs. Welcometo elected president to the on behalf the season. Lois Walker and Kathy Red Sam Nickels and Eddie Proko-
tains. They traveled to Nash spoke group
Keystone Charles.. over the meeting at the club- Winners for thenino-holeplar
team defeated Lou Tlmmins powici.
ville. Knoxville and all throughthe Several ladles from the Keystone house on Oct. 28 at 9:30 a.m. of the Interest projects of the was Russel Greek with a low and Lucille Stares in an exciting In the younger set Bret Cole
Smokies enjoying the scenery Golf and Country Club Frank and BobbIWalrathhave Mrs Vergle Simmons gave a. Melrose Chapter. gross of &55 which was tied with play win one stroke.Voncti and Bobby Hayes! won their
and the changing of the enjoyed a trip to Lames last returned after a ten-day trip to Thanksvlglng devotional. INFORMAL AARP GROUP David Creek and won by asudden Ketch and Mae Hender match over Joan Rutflnl and
lava In the Invitational Announcement of events (in death! play-off.
week to play North Carolina where they son defeated Miriam Cantrell Charles. Herd
informal meetIng
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Rushton there. Bernice Wor- visited Frank's mother Mrs November Included the Alachua The second Steven Greek came in second .
and Fran Chessington.In
returned home last week froma ley Pat Herman. Voncll Ketch. Donna Walrath In Arden N.C. County Extension! Homemaker of seniors working under with a low net of 39. Shelly Ru- the men's division Hal
stay In their mountain homeIn Ve.ta Bazaar on Nov. 15 from 10 the banner of eMelrweAARPChapter Qnl, for the EZERASE'TYPEWRITERPAPER.
Zee Tolles,Martha Hay. From there they traveled on : won low putts day
Adams and Mel Taylor woo over Bond
Hiawassee Ga. While) there was held at the Community Mlmeo Paper,
Aiken and Lois Walker were up In the northern part of the a.m. to 3 pan. in the Senior Church educational with 17 for nine holes.forsewn Bill Cole and Everett Fox. Ray Fiilers.-
they enjoyed, house guests Mrs.Mr.Rushton' among those representing the state visiting Boone Blowing ritixenf: : Center &SIS N.E. 2nd building on Oct. 27. Nine new boIse the winner Starnaa and Wally ,Muhlbofei- Paper, Notebook .
sister-in-law. Keystone Club. They enjoyed Rock, and spent a few days at Ave., Gainesville) and the and played with a Bradford County; Telegraph.FAST
B.W. and Rushton Mrs., Mrs.Rushton's Anna sister Greg- a wonderful lunch and great Fontana Village Resort. They Christmas Showcase on Nov.28,' it members was decided Joined that the group this type low net of 34. 1 1 M M I M g 1 1 t 1 m.M.t.M.M.M.I tit M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 {g
one Bernice Worley coming Winner for four holes was
time with reported an enjoyable and rest- 29, 30 at the County Extension ,
Mrs. George McLees. home with second prize in ful vacation. office 'of meeting should be continued. Bland Ware with a low net of22 I FRIENDLY FUlL OIL saYICR'IEGISTEI
There are still a few "good her flight.Richard. Betty and Bert's Craft Shop The combined November-De and Danielle Reed winning the =='
Samaritan's" around. Last Martin son of Mr. were invited to display some of comber meeting will be held at It will remain an informal putts with! 10. : /S 'X PHONE.
week Mrs. Albert Bacnmann/ and Mrs.E.T.Martin,was home their wares at the AARP meetIng 9:30: a.m. on Nov. 30, when group with no elected officers, All Juniors interested in playing 964-5888.
was on her way to Gainesville to visit his wife, will be no dues- except to the Melrose another tournament on No- GUllI I
recently In the Melrose Episcopal Christmas gifts ex- '
when she discovered she had a families. Chapterand with! volunteers vember 10 contact Mr. ,OIL CO.
Cheryl and his respective Parrish Hall October 18. changed. All gin items mustbe may Starlt. Fiorf
flat tire. A byRay's serving as officials andhosts ; ) a
man employed Betty enjoyed the covered dish the handwork of members.A Greek 473-3680. 'Call now. and
Electric kind for each meeting. Membership -
was enough Charles Sjrftznar Jr. started luncheon and entertainment by workshop will be held at sign up soon
Gulf Still
9 does depend on beinga Fuel Oil' Service Is Available Te Air,Mr.
the clubhouse on Nov. at ,
member of the National AARP' ; Cumminaham's Customers In The Keystene
9:30: a.m. to make articles for I Heights
at $2 per year or $5 for three J Ares Call Today And Make Arrangements To Hare
.. ..... couple or individual. It was nice to have Mrs. '. '
,.:;- years per Your Tank Filled. Use Yeur Gulf Credit Cord Or
'r Mrs. Leah Gear and Mrs. Fern Hanson able to attend the
VOTETUES. NOV. 7- VOTE Jack Janes a soloist. Lilly Roberts will be hostesses Game Day u she had been ; .On Master Fuel Charge 011 Purchases.Cord. We Give S & H Green' .Stamps
for the next meeting at 1:30 hospitalized for several dll'sJult
The Keystone Golf and Country 3 1 XI-IAI 1 1 IXIX Jt.lJULIJUJUUUUL JLMAJLtJLlU.tJ. .
prior to luncheon meet
Club's Pro Ed Rodgers p.m. on December I.
and their president. Ray Star- Those attending were reminded ing.
On The Official Ballot ties, enjoyed a day of golf at of the Disney World Trip
the Gainesville Golf and Coun- to be sponsored by the Melrose
try Club on October 25. The Chapter on Nov. 10. Members
occasion was the annual Pro- who wish to make this trip KEYSTONE MERCHANITS
PUT YOUR [IX] President Golf Tournament may contact Perry May In Mel
if there is still
which Is put on every year by rose to see
Chuck Brasington pro for the a'vancancy. The cost is $11.
Gainesville Country Club. They OUR ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN KEYSTONE

Where The Circles Are money finished but one enjoyed stroke the out fellowship of the- FELLOWSHIP The GameDay CLUB Meeting on HEIGHTS AND AREA EVERY TUESDAY AFTERNOON FROM 2 P.M.

and a delicious steak din Oct. 28 was hosted by Ed Roberts UNTIL NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE MERCHANTS.
ELECTORS M. C. and refreshments
STATE Better luck next { ;
ner. year
For President sad Vlce-rmldeat CofHBtbeloaer. Miss Deborah Hawes, daugh- were served by Mrs. Roberts HE CAN ASSIST YOU AT ANY OTHER TIME YOU WISH. BUT'IN' ,

(Vote for Group) Florida Public Service ComnlMkmVote ter and of brlde-electof Mr. and Mrs.T.J.Seymour Hawes. after The the regular program.covered dish luncheon AN ATTEMPT TO SAVE TIME AND GIVE THE MERCHANTS UNTIL
,
DEMOCRATIC PARTY ( for One) was honored with a tea shower meeting will be held at THE:LAST MINUTE TO GET THEIR SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK
by Mrs. John M. Stedham and the Lions Club on Nov. 9 at END READY WE FEEL THAT TUESDAY AFTERNOON WILL WORK
GEORGE Me 0 R GERALD JERRY LEW1 (Dam) Mrs. John Stedham at their 12:30:: p.m. 'The postponed nomination -
For President Ii home. Hickory Hill Farms out of officers will take BETTER FOR ALL CONCERNED. ...",w,
R. SARG} SHRIVER PAULA F, HAWKINS (Rep) side of Gainesville on October place after the business meet- ,.'. '
For Vic..Presldent
ing. .
28.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan At the Oct. 12 meeting the OUR NEWS COVERAGE AND CIRCULATION HAS REACHED tllf::
REPUBLICAN PARTYICHARD have returned home after nominating committee presented POINT WHERE MERCHANTS ARE GETTING GOOD RESULTS'FROM)
LEGISLATIVE the following slate Presi- "
M.NiON spending a few days In Savannah .
.I'
For President ) n.t. Senator and Hilton [lead. dent Lester, Sheets; let Vice THEIR ADVERTISEMENT. WE INVITE YOUR INQUIRIES. *
I 'I' PresIdent. Mrs. Fern Hanson;
J Bruce McRae has been released .
'' Senatorial Ulatrld
:: .: hills Vice President Mrs. Lilly """ "
2nd
For Vice Pre.ident ; from the Medical Cen- ,
(Vote for One) ter In Gainesville and is stayIng Roberts; Treasurer Grover PHONE ''''-6305, :
FOR WRITE.IN VOTES FOR ELECTORS with Dalna and Huntley Red- Benham; Secretary and Cor-
FOR PRESIDENT ANDVICE.PRESIDENT C WELBORN DAN fearn. He is still confined to responding Secretary to be
the bed though. If you didn't named at the November meet- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
JIM GLISSON (Re ) him ing.
Vote for each Gainesville aropby and see himat

the Redfearn Jrs. .-H'" .
The Huntley Redfearns St.
B Member. are home after spending a few
stale; HoUM of HepnMntaU.. days at Disney World. They
.. 25th Haw District enjoyed the rest and the'many LET'S KEEP
(Vot. for On.)
CONGRESSIONAL activities the Fantasy Land offers NUHMA

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HepreHntaUv. In Conlrreu FRANK WILLIAM Dam Don and Cindy Gottlob hosteda ,.3111)r
.J R.wnl'' /lh-Cbngressbnal'! 'D fsrirl'( '"y Halloween,party last weekend".,. qa 'a /
JoIiIU'.1li: ,_.y kY I '"':,. ea .t'f. AT.HOLLt'DAY' Attondina.tji Jim, :I '
( oti"liiun.{ .) ; Wharton\ aa Huckleberry' lnktf.III' ;'OLI'N I (u 5'I JfcU H'OWA'RD F J' 'R 't

RILL CI APPFr.i. DamP .. 1aQ er Linda, Don Wharton Gottlob as >as Phillls' the Dill-pink' \ I .." .

T. "Bud" '... COUNTY: ballerina Julie and Ray Crab- 'rid i
FLEUCHAUS Rep f :-f.ounty>> Co............... Dllltrid I tree as a pair of Roman Senators -
Eric and Mary Redfearn CLAY COUNTY COMMISSIONER ISTt13
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(Vote for One) as the town clowns. Alma ,
hunter Rutledge was accom-
; HOMER L NEWELL (Dam) panied by a strange woman resembling :.9htItJ !
Buck Rutledge' Ron
PAUL C. STADLER (Rap) nie and Brenda Thomas with I : ) 1'1!
her rubber duckle, were pre

sent. 10r t
Two teachers from the Keystone "
County CommiHloner.. District 3, School were Injured last ,
(Vote for One) week in an automobile accident :'

i. ",: near Orange Heights. Sandra 'l ,,>10.'I .
y.; .' OLIN S. HOWARD JR. (Dam) -J Jugnath and Susan HedrIck recovered vr., '
'pr.pIV. :". I". "' :,H o ': with minor Injuries but v. ""\.....(.".
f"...('. C ,WILLIAM ROSETTE (Rep) their passenger &.anNlckle., I: ) .
received a broken Jaw. S" 1 wYFke"q

Another Jimmy car McMurty accident involving David- J J

Pol. Ad,. Paid Foe By The Lavalle and Norma and Johnny '
Clay County Republican Executive Committee Martin. Saturday night at the intersection 1 'iI>, .H
of 100 and 2L resulted '
lucidly, with only minorinjuries. r In fli., .
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I. Sen.GURNEY Thinks Paul Stadler .. ',;'," f..'<'



Is The Best Man For The Job o Dear Fellow 1:

Clay Countians \
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Our great heritage as Americans carries with It the soleman responsibility of governing '

'I' : IIi LI "It ', / ,: selves by electing the public officials to represent us. This November 7,1972, Is the Gen
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.,'.. ..'! )'. Q"T\: leg.r m : eral election when we will have a chance to elect among others, a County Commissioner from

District 3. ;,"
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IPNORPA! OIL 61rt/ 1/ Your government is'big business and Is serious business. As a l local successful businessman
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/ PAUL STAQ.IR, PNCflC ANO,MAD. lie I. qualified to be your representative on the County Commission. I have lived In Clay

HOLLY POINT HO EAST a County for 38 years and am married to a local girl Jill we have 2 children that have received
!PARKFLo (MTC JACKSONVILLC) VM' I ) .,. I tM ,. : their education: In our Clay County Public Schools.

I VAS INDEED' PLEASED TO LEARN OF YOUR DECISION TO RUN FOR COUNTY .
COMMJSIONE IN CLAY COUNTY YOUR CHAWEH OP OONMEBCE: HVANIS AND
MTAJVf Time will not permit me to speak to you personally my program to give you business-like '

Q 'd\ t rAM] YOUII CH1HCM PROVIDE A BACKGROUND< OStNTlAl AN ACTIVE AND' government Includes: 1 ( Future planning for r Clay County) 2 (Increased Cooperation between
U.8........ COMPVINT' COUNTY CGMUSSlONEft I MVE" NO DOUBT all local
PAC CITIZENS
OP CLAY governing bodies) 3 ( Continued support of tho 4-H Clubs, County Agents and Home
COUNTY VILL LOOK TO YOU FOR A NEW AND DYNAMIC "APPROACH" TO COUNTY.
"" Demonstration projects) 4'( Active control of all air and '
OOVERNHENT VITM WARM PERSON RCOAROS water pollution In Clay County) ::
CDOURNEYyptf 5 ( Constant attention to mere( efficient use of our tax dollars) 6 ( Continued. support of recreation .

In all areas" the County.)

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a'., '. Your vote and support cf my candidacy will be t r-f a'vote for ':bUS "SS- lb government' r 1 ,, with*E& ;,

Integrity. -, '. ., ".

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ADLER All registered voters can veto for ma county-wide' If'f. :


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Irr'id Way to Curb Drugs {WINTJR PROTECTION OF

Utility-Tax Ordinance Devised by WorkersTwo

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To':,:Get Second Reading mill in Pittsburgh. N.Y. ,

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state employee
!1ft "JI Joined a ( to the Editor: As umtal, we are repeating thi information
? t i .,f"" launch Operation DOPED to together with diagram M there seems to be a constant new crop I
Kayitona Helghtfi,proposed In the Oct. 10 vote. Chairgl. Homer castafflrmattvfjbal- t \ meet the drug problem head of novice gardenerwho need and welcome these instruction We
new across-the-board utility man Everett Fox and Council lots while Councilman Gay have, however include tome additional information thie Jail)

tax will come up tor ita second members Roy WatJdnunclVerUnnpton voted against it. t tI a on.The initials stand for Drive
reading at the November i Wherever temperature go be- JCVII'I'I"8Ibouans, leaves1, bay
Out Pushers and Eliminate
14 meeting of the (CiJj;; Coun- 1 ; low 15 degree, roses need winter or straw, thrown over the mounds
t tf
I Drugs. Since its start in protection. All-America Ron Selection -
cil. Burke-Hartke MultinationalBill + will prevent washing during' the)
., of
a professional
April it has grown into an group winter
grower, hybridizer., and introducers but such added protection
An. amendment 'to, the city integral part of the nearby of fine roses, have devised should not be applied until after
charter covering the >proposedtax > Criticized by Industry ii community of Chazy, N.Y. the following fundamental routine the ground free....
was approved by the Council ; The two G-P employees are of winter protection whichis -
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on Oct. 10 by a 3-1 vottt, : "'....." practiced in their extensive Carefully remove mounds In
only 2 cent of products ""v. .' r James Duquette assistant
despite strong objections by Passage of the Burke. per L ,, ,' I and Peter test and display gardens scat spring when new growth start,.
in .
bill aimed at restricting manufactured Firestone personel manager United
Hartke tered the
Mayor. Ray Starnes and a delegation : )'' throughout As far ,
as possible plant
of local businessmen. foreign operations of U.S. plants abroad in 1971 were ;"; : ,:''' Poiaaant core machine oper- States. They recommend that you your
corporations would cause ue- brought into the U.S. """ : ,. '"", ,I ,f' ator. The third is Joan Nev- use the same simple procedures garden with Ail-America Rose
...0" In protecting own rose. Selections award winners. They
the New your
c,1,!: erett employed by
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this nation'seconomy ... .
The amendment called for a rious harm to Last year we had a cash in- ''''<' : .'."ff, A York State Department of They are a* follows have a great deal of Inbred hardiness -
flat five cent'tax' on all according to Rich "
per ,
flow from foreign activities .t but even so, winters are unpredictable -
bills Including water, vice .tl Labor.
utility ard A.Riley, an executive and winter
protectionIs
electricity, telephone gas, and president' of The Firestone of$102 million and an outflowof Here's how the program TRIM '
fuel oil. The present tax of Tire & Rubber Co. only $31 million a differ. wr works: good insurance against lose

tea per cent Is on water and The bill's Rep. ence of $71 million which is ++ DOPED offers rewards for USE OF POLYSTYRENE CONES
sponsors
electric services enlist, and Is available for plant which leadto
James A. Burke of Massa. expansionsand information will (from N8Enll'land RoM
limited to a maximum of 91 other job-creating activi the arrest and conviction,
and Vance Society<< Bulletin)
chusetts Sen.
month no matter.how high ,
per n .,
the utility bill runs..', Hartke of Indiana, said the ties."Without of drug pushers or distributors Prune back the bush to accommodate -
bill is aimed at improving the these foreign '!>. of alcohol to minors.Tips the cone. Then place the
plants would not have the held in confidence
we are and rewards -
cone over the bush and
SInce the vote 01.Oet.\ .10 job situation In the U.S. tightly
was not unanimous 'It was considered "Enactment of the bill 'benefit of this favorable balance are to be distributed in seal the bottom of the cone with

likely""that' Mayor would have the opposite effect for growth and the re- a manner to prevent identification soil. Weigh the base of the cone

Stames would exercise: Ms prerogative ." Riley said. "It actually suit would be fewer job opportunities .- i k AU A/Ihrrlul down with more soil, gravel,
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to veto the amendment. would result in fewer jobs in in the U.S.. Money for rewards cornea tone or some other weighty
With one vacancy now on the this country a curtailment of He added that in 1971, for from public donation under Role kds material.,

Council the vote-to override example, Firestone spent guidance of a local steering .. TeM' After hard fr... .. tw.,
would have to be unanimous by our exports and the loss of Morgan Back From A tasks but ...._ th. ....,..' frMaprim >.. The cones with detachable tops
more than $25 million in this committee and with the cooperation all .._. *>f .Mr hybrid. ....
and y
the tour remaining Councilmen, export' opportunities country for raw materials, With Two Fine of the State Police tl.rlbwntf.. and *,....,.."... rose (Ifor ventilation) are best: with
sine a four-flfths ;vote Is required would have a definite negative Trophies back .. a.". T"'. mate. It caviar these on warm days In late win-
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spare) parts and molds for its area commander. The fund ta w.ry arauad tham In providing
to override veto. impact on our total economy winter' and ......... ter the rose bushes
-- foreign subsidiaries. Don Morgan a resident Keystone second hunting expedition In raising involved the total ,h.", frw pvateatlan..* ........... ......... by should be can and
._ .. given some air. The
af wi.t.r.SPRAY
II win* |
"This natu- .
expenditure community, engaged the help .
"Many companies would be Heights and well !known Alaska, where he harvested one
After the Oct. .that'the 10 vote, It forced out of not only inter- rally helped the U.S.economyand architect, returned from his of the most coveted big game of young people, showed the cones get like a miniature greenhouse -
with
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the
a- warmth of tho
became) apparent provided jobs for Amer- trophies. youngsters the communitycares
mendment would bevel to be national business, but the ican workers." Don, who is president of the discouraged minors' early spring sun. Mold can be avery

given a second reading before business of exporting prod- Keystone Heights Sportsmen's use of drugs and alcohol be- serious, severe problem
dual approval. This jwlll be ucts from the U.S..This would Club hunted the Alaska mountain then -- if unchecked It can cause
dot* on Nov. 14,'jIDd If the result in the elimination of @DIhy range In north central Alaska cause group pressure was death of the canes.
.measure Is approved at that large numbers of domestic 20 through lessened, and put a new deterrent -
tine Mayor Starnes will have jobs involved with foreign EducatorBusinessTalks during9Auguat in the way of pushers. In the early spring', remove the

ten days In whichJtto,veto It. trade." Are.UrgedA During this adventure Don Surprising to many is the cones when temperature gets

that captured two Dahl sheea one fact that results have come above freezing. Keep them handy
Mr. out
Riley pointed PETER G. HAMMOND
top corporate official says being listed In Boone-Croc- almost entirely from the to put back as necessary for the
..- ---- I that business "must put a Executive Clrtctor National l plants will be tender
Coordinating Council on Drug Education kett record book as having 39- fund drive itself rather than very and
high priority on positive com- 1/2 Inch horns and being 10 payment of the rewards according l sensitive to sun and drying winds.In .

MEYSTONE MELROSEROSINESS munication with all elementsof Drug educators are one of Inches In diameter. to the DOPED ex addition to cold
our society." this nation's smallest minor- Don Is an avid sportsman and spokesman. The evidence of

Robert P., Beasley, execu- ity groups. And the media describes champion trophy community togetherness a. MAV.. .......V. all .... itemVM. ... LATEST INFORMATION ON
DIRECTORY hunting as "a humane adventure '.. ..d d...rI.. raking1fully ..... PROTECTION SPRAY-ON
tive vice of the having about
president men are: as when all the rules are against drug and alcohol .ri.4 ._.. plant.. Spray Mntlr LIQUID
Firestone Tire'& Rubber much luck communicating'with followed. The biggest, oldest abuse appears to be the secretof plaMt. fmil cad ..arr..dlag l4. sad Imwtlt Nnwith PLASTIC COATINGThe

Company, dedicated the Cen- them as they are with and most mature animals are success. a t.and prv. ..nt .trying *v.r ..rdl. newest form of rose protection
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FISflf H IAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-HARDEN(: ter for Business Adminiatra- the other minority groups. selected." Morgan stated that 'h* ..'_'aed. .d is the double spraying of
tlon of Belmont College, Madison Avenue recently' If the rules are followed, there the bushes. According to the

SLIMS t1. Nashville,Tenn., and stressedthe did an "anti-drug" spot which is no Indiscriminate slaughter Consumers National Sprayer and Duster Association -
&at 9 1 vie UARAD WARE need for a better under- follows the lines of the song Don carries three weapons, Want to Know the first application is

Fish -l'I.Juff' standing between the academic "Ten Little Indians." Each one being a 300 Weatherbee MQUND a good dormant spray which provides -
Magnum for grizzly and brown by MARGARET SPADER
GARDEN CENTER '
and business world. He one of the Indians drops-off protection from Insects and
polar bear a Browning' Seven Director of Consumer Affairs
Live Bait A complete line of Hdw., pointed out that "those who from a sort of misadventurewith Millimeter Magnum for sheep National Association of Manufactures diseases. A liquid plastic coating'

Crickets' >ShrnnivWermsMinnows BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS dogmatically oppose and attack drugs. It's easy to see and a 357 pistol for bear at What should a room air con- Is then sprayed onto the rosebush

business" are in the why the Indians reacted vio- close range.Morgan's. ditioner warrantcovert] making' sure that thorough
TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing, K I'.lcctrlcal Supp. "vocal minority" and that the lently to this kind of ad. The scopes and binoculars Before coverage i. obtained. The plastic
the
FISHING & HUNTING !aro-Ponelertillzers. majority "are inarticulateand drug educators aren't any are 60 power to give close you buy appli- coating protects the canes from
find out if the
ance,
Insecticides confused" about the role happier with what is yet an- Identification at a five mile dis- warranty drying' out during the dormant
LICENSES AMMUNILumber Materials covers both parts and labor
st Building
of business. other in a series of thought- lance period. For beat results, the dormant
TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 Is From On his hunting expeditions for how long and who must
tIf'I' 4URNITURN are easily swayed oriemewhat fasswnoney-wastedi ;(.y.ton. Hgrt7JM357 f'ht 1: Don' employs guideas"they dd the repair work. Most '
K..t.I.uJ.3a. .I"'.." 'iietl! nuzzled,bvcUvists HjMtf{ ;nt that! ad nothing &. a 1aJQJJ.wtJe1a, : big',ame""csrc"' ,company& iI.Eay.: for defective -. ,?I.be.f9rtM! ; -Glf<1' .., ," ,. 7 who Ckbt.sftJen compared with (he-new! film be''Tounnd' and are equipped to I and tJ Tabor" lug' is applied to tta.buah. Either
'TI '.VrSION=AIR CONU'' in such fleWs consumerism Super Fly,the storfW" a black assure you a successful hunt. par s eI a compressed air sprayer or a '
to _
repair or replace them dur- .
Lake GenevaFurnitHre and the environ- cocaine dealer who makes it Along with his trophy kill, a. .MOUND.rt* .. ever Mesad sad a an..d NN N _._ small pow.rpray.r can be used
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TV Service Center ment, and who would change big. The only people who Don was also successful taking ing the first year.If the sealed ..lsM .< ...... IW for these application. Both the
refrigeration is found r.tio."C tk. ml ": ....
system mm*
our economic system by over- aren't hurt by this picture a mountain goat from ttw : ; ,. d" toe* .f :.0 um dormant and liquid plastic sprays

Quasar turning and destroying its are the producers-the moviE Malaspina Glacier area on the defective during the first five .: pwp.s:-:: .:::-_:dIt.1.. aN available through garden
central coutandwu able the
Gift & Candle essentials," he said. grossed more money in its south years company will usu- .. pnt.et. $5. plsts. rpm rapid. cent..... In extremely cold area. im
ShopEXQUSITK TV STERO l to film many non-trophy size ally repair or replace any part .11'It.mp.r.br., sad t.p H
"Public opinion could be first week than Guess Who'sComing sheep goats and moos which ..Era .*.!_* w.._ many growers)also cover 4te base
CAR AND PORTABLE turned around" Mr. Beasleysaid for Dinner. provided him much satisfaction found defective. If there are WINS sad 145 _.... of the plant to protect the roots.FIRST .

(I1KTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL "if businessmen would BANG (Black Against and enjoyment. conditions in the warrantyyou fr7A9

ANDRESIDENTIAL speak) up about the merits and Narcotic Cenocide), an or- A little added excitement toDon' don't understand, inquire --
Furniture For Every accomplishments of our system ganization with members like 's trip was the hl-Jacldng about them, particularly in

Tatte .And Purse of economic enterprise. Washington D. C. Delegate episode on the United Jet. Don regard to what the companywill

See Our Candle I Display I AIR CONDITIONING He said that, up to now Walter Fauntroy and D. C. bad a 10 hour delay In Seat pay for and what the LADY OF ROSESMrs
S\I.KS& SERVICKKKYSTONK : tie while FBI agents under owner is expected to pay.
Rw 100 E, Lake Geneva business had believed that School Board President -
() : IIKIGIITS guise of crew member, -subdued fUchard M. Nixon recently accepted an invitation to
.1 "doing:a !good job was enoughand Marion Barry has picketedthe We transferred a room air
MI. East of Keystone Hjtt. t
and: arrested hl-Jacker. become batlrst: patroness of the American Rose Society. The
47M651, that the results in the film. People are advisednot conditioner from the living Invitation
Hsi U looking forward to was extended by the president of the society Dr.
REAL EST1TKRichard form of general economic to it because in Bang'a the to small bedroom. It Eldon W!
JHOBfLE: BOMEL:' see next hunting season In Alaska room a Lyle Dr. and Mrs. Lyle, accompanied by the AR3
well-being would speak for words: "We need to develop and hopes to harvest another big! worked perfectly until moved. vice-president. Dr. R. C. Allen, and Executive Secretary
T. Lovorn Want to sell your :Mobile themselves."We |positive images of black people game trophy next year. The bedroom is far too cold Harold a Goldstein, were received by Mrs. Nixon in Washington -
Home?? If have a buyer is D. C., on July 29.
you now know that this and certainly a cocaine and uncomfortable now What
Re Real Estate Urol..crIoblle: Home Brokers will not the case, and that we dealer or hustler should not causes this To commemorate this occasion Dr. Lyle presented the
arrange ALL financing and must take the time and make should be 1he Old 1/m& First Lady with a brass gilded vase of 24 porcelain roses.
.. insurance details for a bro be glorified-he exposed The size of a room affects These lifelike Garden Party roses were created by Mr. Oscar
LAKE PROPERTII kerage fee of lO of the selling the effort to tell our economic" for what he is and : the operation of an air con Tllleux. The vase Is mounted on a marble base, and the Inscription -
; price. For more Information story widely and tell it well stopped." ditioner. If the appliance- reads "To Mrs. Richard M. Nixon First Patronessof
RESIDENTIAL : said "because.business is the American Rose Society July 25, 1972."
he educatorscan
call The weary drug
too large, it pulls down the '
BUSINESS ACREAGE MOBILE HOME BROKERS basic to our continued progress only shako their heads. 7ih"The temperature of the room too Mrs. Nixon will be Invited to participate In all of the

APPRAISALS RT. 1 BOX 350 J as a nation." Of course, one film or one adisn't quickly and turns itself off' society's national functions. It Is hoped that she will be able
to attend';th" formal opening of the American Rose Center
Keystone Hgt*. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 going to change some before removing moisture currently; being constructed on a US-acre site at Shreve-
one's attitude or belief. One worst fault of a La.
PHONE 475-1751 WISH I'D SAID From the air. This causes a port.
Edna Kn.pper; Astoc. production won't stop drug; motorist Is his belief that he clammy: feeling in the room.eateeiaataeeetvteeeete. American Rose Society
473-4111 THAT misuse any more than it will has none.'*

turn everyone into first-class w..a..o. .. .. .. .,i.i.I..LLI.. . . . . .. ..

Martha Durbin, Ante. aTw citizens. However, if there

473.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD "A man is known by the are enough good productions,
he keeps. Kindnessand something might start to ON"CASH
company SHORT
BEAUTY SHOP' honesty are contagious." happen.bad And. if there areenough I
productions unfortunately -
Lebanon
SHOP -0. R. Wright, The -
that something
Mo.\ ) Rustic-Republi
NeW, ; ( it: already starting! to happen.
Beauty Style Shot can. Collecting Rent Receipts


"For alev.li.ryou' ious"Some to make people ft are living so anx-thatthl."e S.E. MCKAY Can't Raise 10 % Down Payment

,6. Johnson Motors forgotten how to REALTORKey.ton.

SALES & SERVICE live."-Fred W. Grown The Hts. 473-4816 Would You Be To Pay

Phone 47S221V7Between ; ,: GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE Bergen (N. J.) Citizen. Willing

Keystonsiry. ., BOATSKeystone "To be born gentleman i il HOMES ACREAGES
RENTALS Sales Tax And Set
Heights -_-,., Heights, Flo. an accident but to die one lit Up

and Melrose I > an achie'ement-l\-Irs.
Tho Mr. M.lh. II 471-4740
Robert Schneider *.n
Col. I. Ch "(ln.lon473-4679 USE OUR FAMOUS RENTAL PIJII BASE PLAN
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VOTE ELECTION BAY NOV. 7

-- JOHN BROWN

CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE URGES YOU TO VOTE FOR :


YOUR REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AND STATE CANDIDATES. U PRICED!



Be Sure To Vota For These CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN Commissioners:


Paul C. Stadlar (USN Ret) Candidate From District No. 1. He Is In Favor MOBILE HOME.CENTER

,01 A Sound Comprehensive Plan For Property Use And Environmental Contrd.C .
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William Rosatta Candidate From District No. 3. Ha Seeks To Establish A KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA

County Recreation Department Under The County Commission.

(Paid Pol. Adv. Paid For By Clay Co. Rep. Exec. Com.) On Hwy. 21 Just North Of K7Strat Paces. 473-3773'

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I deaths from uterine cancer baa ine cancer, or cancer of the I
been launched In Daytona Beach womb", will strike about 48.000
by the Florida Division of the women In this country in 1979 Jt
American Cancer Society."Let and, of this number. 12,000 will '
No Woman Be Overlooked" Is die. However through the use m r

the theme for the four-year of the Pap test a detection . ..
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the most prevalent of cancers. be detected In an early, stage I
Myron Gibbons, president of Treated promptly cures can CLASSIFIED AD RATES FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake 2
the Florida Division, announcedthe be expected in almost 100% Deadline for insertion Monday JIMMY MOORE'S bedroom furnished duplex apt
appointment) of a Florida of cases. according to the A. 5 pun. preceding Thursday Sun Air conditioned Merritt Williams h Your Bug 'Wilt $tti nt mw iTtMnfBuoK

Uterine Cancer Task Force, mertcan Cancer Society; before publication Sports 964-5391. tfchg Ya HWins *J0VIVMtome Writ ''We/in/ rto, P'oiCii

which will guide the programin The massive uterine cancer MORE BOAT FOR Bugging
this state and has the goal control program will involvethe MOTOR ROUTE Carrier Want
_ of a "Pap" test, by 1976, for cooperation statewide YOUR MONEY edBradford and Union Coun
every woman 20 years of age medical groups hospitals PUb- Minimum Charge $1.75 Starke Ph. 964.5791Compl.t. .. Call 9648170. 4tchg
and over, to whom the test Is lic health officials women's (Covers 15 words) tie

applicable, and those under 20 clubs and organizations and Each word over 15, WAll ;
Outboard & Stern
at risk. other Interested parties.What's Classified Ads must be Drive Service and Repair. Commercial ResidentialTwo SERVICE IS NOW

paid for in advance unless properties for residential,
Complete AVAILABLE
Fiberglass Repair storage, manufacturing..This IN STARKE
;you have established account Custom built Fiberglass be Just what want.
may you
with The Telegraph, in that
l Fishing Boata.LABORERS We will show and furnish In Factory Trained VW t
event 500 extra charge for
.,. A.J. Real-
$KlPPy--MS-: billing. Not responsible for formation. Thomas Mechanic
Tel. 9645701.
errors when given over the tor. Major And Minor Repair
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phone or when copy is not typedand ; .
On All Makes One Day
---- -- WANTED Permanent HUNTERS CAMPERS-1 have
brought to the office : -, OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
position all company a home made camper' I built Service On Most Job

benefits. Minimum startingrate for my own use, for sale $300 HWY. 100 PH. 964-5606 .. &
W. :
Peanut Butter Without Bread? $2.12 per hr. Apply Southern firm. Phone 964-6380 after 5:30: ACE GARA6E .

Let's face It. Some of us like to eat peanut butter by the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Wood Piedmont Company p.m. 4tp 11/9 Walnut St. 2 Travel Trailers Self Contained ::g
spoonful. But admittedly we're In the minority. Over half of all Center.St. Baldwin, Florida 528 S.
peanut butter eaten annually In the United States la eaten In $1.75 per inch 8 am. to 4 p.m. 2tchg an s4W WJtr WtrLr
the form of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. The average 2 Inch minimum .. $3.50 11/2 0. C. Cirnw Nvrstry 1.19ft. And L27ft. Selling For Fall Clearance

shopper buys at least one loaf of bread each week and a jar Thousand of Plant Also 2 Repossed Homes
of butter Very nice In country. 2 acres
peanut every 28 weeks. .
Fruit Tree, Shade Tree, land. 2-1/2 ml. west, S.R.D. 1-24x57 Doublewide & )
H2x60 Slnjlewide
It's smart nutrition to keep a Jar of peanut butter always on United
Farm
hand ready for quick energy snacks for breakfast toast and Memorials Resolutions Pro- Evergreen, Camellia, 100. Block Const. 3 B.R. I 8 Til Dark Mnn Snr. Noon Park On Sundays. .
lunchtime sandwiches. If you're a traveling family keep a jar Agency/ Inc. Azaleas Rose Hath, L.R., Din. Room Kitchen
of peanut butter In the glove compartment along with a box clamations.".00 Minimum Card- of up Thanks to 50 Reg. Real Estate Broker Mot In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Utility Room, Carpor, ,
of crackers and spreader. You never know when you'll get Completely, furnished. Must be SAVE
caught up In traffic .and kids are starving. Peanut butter comesto 8\words.\!. Each word over 50- Paul & Irene Faulkner 23 Mi. S.E. Of Storks, seen to be appreciated. CARL BEGGS Those Long Distance
the rescue. It Is a high energy food yet contains relatively Associates Hwy. 100Florahom.
little carbohydrate. It is one of our richest sources of protein 659.2165 Gulf, ServiceUsed .Phone Calls
among foods of) non animal origin and Is an excellent source of 206 S. Water Street
niacin, a B vitamin. Starke Fla. 964.5065 Ports We now hand!. air line
,
For an at home peanut and bread duo try this recipe for iiil/I" WANT TO SELL OR FO3 RENT- Furnished or unfurnished BILL POWELL BROKER THE FINEST SELECTION OF ticket, cruises, and tours.
Nutty Peanut. lluttrr Bread: Slice 1 round ((1'pound)) loaf of
2 bedroom
bread vertically 5 to 7 times nearly to bottom of crust; then BUY REAL ESTATE? Wall apartment. 964-6464. USED CARSIn We offer a special package
slice 5 to 7 times! In the opposite direction. Place the bread on Call U* For Best Price to wall carpet.Buford Mitchell Tour of..New Disney World
aluminum foil and curve It around the base of the bread then Prospects Waiting phone 964-6853. tfchg OR This Whole Area
place bread In a shallow baking pan. Melt V4 cup margarine in ttchg Call 964.7449
a saucepan over low heat. Stir in 2 tablespoons Skippy peanut THE RIGHT POINT for the FOR 'SALE- Brick veneer 3 WAYNE DOUGLAS 24 Hr. Wrecker Service TOWN FINANCE CO.
butter and bedroom 2 bath living room, ...
V cup light corn syrup. Spoon over top and sides way wrI... Come In and ASSOCIATE
of loaf dribbling mixture down all cut edges Sprinkle H cup select you favorite ESTER- GARAGE SALELike new bed. dining room, family room. USED PARTS P.O. Box 226 N. TempleWE
chopped peanuts Into cut edges and on top. Place In a 300 F. BROOK your fountain TELE- room suite ,3 room kerosene Large lot Central heat and 964-6593
slow) oven for 15 minutes or until heated through. GRAPH. pen. heater 3 kitchen cabinets air. Reasonable terms. Buford Hwy 301 N. Waldo
Mitchell, phone 964-6853. tfchg GIVE SERVICE- We get
wardrobes and many other art-
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u _.._._ results! List for
--- -- -- icles. Underwood Motel 4 miles 468.1998 ;your property
North on 301. Ph. 9647139. Itp FOR SALE-1969 Fleetwood Mo- sale with us. Call today.--
i bile Home 12x64 w/expando I -.- BILL POWELL; BROKER: 064-
FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished ing room. Call after 5 p.m. 6464 or 964-6810 tf/chg
THE -- -- ---- --- --- .
house, nice grounds & Betty Bennett, Lake' Butler,
4968221. 2tp 11/2 NUGENT ELECTRIC
quiet neighborhood. Phone 782- '
3279 2 WANTEDlsed) furniture, refrigerators
after p.m. FIAT
., Service washers.Dah-
FRANK WILLIAMS TRUCK LOAD SALEMobile ''
FOR SALEZenith TV, 19 Inch Motor 011 SAE 30 Dot, $8.50 SALES PARTSSERVICE Residential AndCommercial mor's Discount house ,tf/cgh
WI condition. Will
portable.
per case. Carvers Service Sta- Wiring\ &*&*&**7*&* 4r 4r*
demonstrate. Excellent buy for tion, '3 miles south
on 100.
z- HOUSE.OF REPRESENTATIVE $50.00, worth much more. Phone 964-6258. 2tp 11/2 -Additional Outlets lONG
USED IMPORT CARS CHAMPHome
< George Long,Lake Geneva, Fla. Air Conditioning
Phone 473-3227. Itp HARFREO AUTO Hookups
IST. 25 DEMO.
'/I FOR SALE- year old geld- Trailer ;Pole Meters and Building
FOR SALEZenith Console HI ing, good price. Call Mr. Mc- IMPORTS, INC. Materials
Fl record player radio and TV. 24-Hour Service
Kinney after 6 p.m. 9646873.Itp .
; 509 E.
'
University '
PLATFORMB Good condition-reasonable.Ph. Phone 964-8641 WE
473-3504. No collect calls.,.Itp ._ Gainesville 372.4373 BUILD -

J ....,SAiL machines : FOR" SALE-. German shepherd <- "Your Plan' Or Our
'
FOR Five vending puppies AKC, black and tan, -* "
Your Lot "
AI' '" (for snacks),owner leaving 6 weeks old. $65.00. 473-4646 LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf WATER FRONT LOTS Or Our*.
B>
I In Government
town for other job. $675. Keystone Heights. & Country Club. ready for FOR SALE FREE ESTIMATES 'n,
Call 468-1469, Earleton, after building,on or for investment. On Crosby Lake and Crosby ,

LEGITIMATE:(; ,STREAMLINING ALjj AGENCIES: TO CUT Ol'T' FAT 5:30: p.m. Itp FOR RENT- room apt., utilities Lots area approximately 1/2 Lake Canal. (Canal\ 50 feet R.ctd.'ing.;;; Repair
wide 8 feet deep) Located
2 furnished. $80.00 monthIn acre and larger. Paved roads ; on i'Addition.Home./ *
REDUCE sale & fast with Go- advance. Millard Judd. 127 only 3 minutes from town. State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
G Tax Relief Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water Lafayette St Phone 9645951.Itp Call 964-7701, 8 a.nu to 5 p.m. Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation Bought Sold
No NeuiJ.: .xes pills" Andrews Pharmacy. tfchg cottage, mobile home or Traded

i LKTSTXTE: PICK UP TOTAL, FlNDLNG| 1 ; OF SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION.:; Stp 11/30 FOR SALE3 bedroom CB FOR SALE.-Coastal Bale hay Investment.Prices start at 1295.000,$200 ACREAGE FOR SALE

TillSlILIJ\\() KKLIK\K: : : : PROPER'lVOWNERS: ( : \WHO\ ) ARK: PAYING'fl1E: BILL, PIANO IN STORAGE House, LR, DR, Fam. Rm. 2 Out of barn or out of the field down and $35.00 month for 36 .964-6853
months (82 %,; simple Interest
NU NEIV: T\\KS, : : Beautiful spinet stored locally. Bath, Central ]Heat &AC.Large Registered Angus calves. Ph. ) Hwy. 301 S. StarkeINSURANCE
Reported like new. Responsible corner lot Don Patray 964- 964-6114 J.B. White, tfchg .
party can take a big saving 7767. Itp Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9
G Quality Education on low payment balance FOR RENT- 12 wide Mobile p.m. weekdays. tfr

Write Panama Piano & Organ, homes outside city; limits. J.B.

1'\, \' MUCH MORETTKNTION! TO (GETTING; : (GOOD TEACHERS.: GOOD Inc. Box 1101 Panama City, Is LOFTY the carpet pile cleaned free from with Blue soil and Lynn White. Ph. 964-4116 $ SAVE1 AT REDUCED RATES

CURRICULUM l lNn) (GOOD; .FACILITIESNI!; ) MUCH LESS ,ATTENTION: ( Fla. 32401 Itp Lustre. Rent electric sham- or 964-8799. U no' answer AUTO FIRE.-BOAT
call 9648874. tfchg
TO SPENDING: MOEON BUSING I.ITTLE: CHILDREN:: ALL OVER THECOUNTRYSIDE. SPINET: CONSOLE PIANO may pooer $1. Devrlck, Inc., Builders FRED DAVISBUICK DOYLE E. CONNER

) :. be purchased by small monthly, Hardware Supplies, WE NOW HAVE diamond nee
payments, see It locally write Starke Fla. Phone 964-6163. dles for any make or model PONTIAC INSURANCE AGENCY

Cortland Music Company I, P.O. stereo player.--Dahmer's Dis- GMC TRUCKS tchg.
0 Crime; '
Control.; "" WANTEDMaid at To-Rena
;: Box 35 11/23, Cortland, Ohio, 44410 Motel. Apply in person. Mrs.L. count House 11/chg ""A LITTLE RIDE CAN -
4tp
,'. GlE; SUPPORT!) TO L.\n!' ENFORCEMENT:: : : -, Cermenaro. Itp ALCOA ALUMINUM Siding SAVE YOU A LOT" MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
FOR SALE65 SS Contractor since 1938. Cover L
,*. REINSTXTE: CAPITAL Chev. Cont. engine completely Impale-; FOR SALE1968 Chevrolet almost all exterior wood including GREEN COVE SPRINGS, 90 West, Lake City

PUNISHMENT, overhauled. Air conditioned; pickup 1/2 ton, long wheel base overhang sills, ceilings Phone 752.3723
.' V Excellent condition. $750.00.. 6 cyl, 3 speed, heatercampershell. etc. Estimate no obllca- SECRET--Lose Water Weight For Beit'Selection Of
Call 964-6137 !In PM and week, Stuckey's 964-5044. Itp tlons. William Davie J White Poly Water puffiness etc. X-
I Tri-County. Economic Growth ends. Up Feather Court, Keystone Pills, only $3. Mo- TRAVEL TRAILERS
Heights, Fla. 4tp 11/2 ney Back Guarantee.Koch MINI-HOMES
FOR SALESome furniture in SEWING Drug Store. chg.-1I/2
ENCOURVGE:: IM1USTR1' THROl'GII'( MUTUAL COOPERATION \niTH\ very good condition. 767 N, MOBILE HOME OWNERSOwn TRUCK CAMPERSAND

All. CONCERNED:: : Grand. Itp MACHINE your own beautiful lot. Only, :TOPPERSFull
>I.fJl[J! .J $95 down and $25 a month. WE MAKE ALL
n'. IF YOU have lost a horse near Sale and Service Restricted to protect those who Line Of Part And

O Lau' Reform SR-225:! call 431-1875. PFAFF-ELNA care. Now ready along U.S. MAJOR APPLIANCE ServiceINTERESTED
New Home 301, 4 miles south of Starke.
Phone 4681551. 4tp 11/2 REPAIRS

"REPE. CASE POLE: TAX :"I MILLER BrownVOLKSWAGEN WHITE EXPERT REPAIRMEN
FOR SALEDoorsEntrance, IN BUYINGOR
,*. 49.50 up screen, interior, louvers, shut CALL 961.8363 SELLING?
SffiiV': I INCREXSE BENEFITS'FOR: CERTAIN STATE OFFICIALS Parts & Repairs ters closet blfolds, sliding
on
PASSED IN LiST SESSION OF LEGISLATURE all I other make ma glass.hung.Windows All new, awnings& priced single to Starke CONTACT

chinesNATIONAL save ;you money. George Ricks, Appliance Service
Love Bug Eradication 301 N. of Starke. 9645184. 4tp GEORGE ROBERTS

,*. New &Used 11/2 323 Brownlee St. Tf REAL ESTATEPHONE'964107826'

APPLY' SAME T\ PE RESE\RCJt\XD TECHNOLOGY I IN ERADICATING Sole Service 'WI 611 W. Univ. Ave.

THE FIRE FLY. SCREW \IfORMS.\ ECT. AnSOn'tf NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42

'" .;t..".. .tt... \ )" :: ). I 1 Mi. North of the Moll Gainesville, Fla. Tablets, 300. Money BaCk 421 W. MADISON ST:
Mobile Homos ,,Guarantee Koch Drug Store.
CountyWide 'Toll FREE GAINESVILLE 378-1355 9tp-.11/9
Telephoning SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES

,.. RESEARCH' AND' STUDY ALL"POSSIBILITIES OF"OBTAIMNG I TOLL EARL'S LAND Clearing-Disc Expondo Rooms & Add SEWING MACHINES, cleaned LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
FREE SERVICE THROUGHOUT' THE ing and after On Rooms oiled and adjusted In your home 6 x 9 $319! : 9 x 12 $5.98
COUNTY.Oilier 12 x 12 $11.50 12 15
PUMPSNEW 533.2147,1.41p x
$5. Vacuum Cleaner repairs ; only
f 4 p.m. 11/3 Free Delivery and Sit Up $14.95
many patterns and
also. All work guaranteed.
Areas Of lnteres(; AND USED STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Ser 100 MILE RADIUS Dennis E. Cogglns phone 431- colors. Dahmer'a Discount

vice. Homes, trailers, autos BANK FINANCINGHWY 1428. tfchg. tfchg.
SERVICE SALES
TO SENIOR CITIZENS trucks, heavy equipment All 17 NORTH.
,., '. .. PARTS kinds. Phone -f::: :.:.::::: __.. .-x?>>:__..: :._...
t; *' I.. 11/2 5332702.' tip GREEN COVE u. un-- -- ::u:: .n ""

PRACTICAL ENVIRONMENTAL, .. POLICY. 5, SERVICE Tel. 284.5001 264-7311 FACTORY HELP NEEiEBOwerr "J
Deep and Shallow Wells
PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONTACT;\ \ "
', Water Softner and Filter
"
S 'H NOW IN'STARKESINGER Jol.t of Florida, Inc. need dependable able .

CITIZENS RIGHTS HOME PROTECTION Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT bodied factory help. No experience neceiary.

SERVICEON Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit
FULL TIME REPRESENTATION: ALL MAKES

PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE IF YOU ARE WILLING .TO WORK APPLY
OPPOSED TO EQUAL RIGHTJS! ')\MENDMENT.
AT
Sewing Machine'RepresentativeSALES 'A<

VOTE FOR AND ELECT FRANK WILLIAMS PUMP & SUPPLY CO. A SERVICE .w. A.i,: ::


TOUR FULLTIME REL! tESENTATIVE BIST. 25 Service On All Makes Sewing Machines AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 2{
Moved 5 Block North .J Lincoln City Road
Monday through
I
d. P.1. Ad.. Phone 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. Friday
964-6363
864 N. Temple Ave T. 7:00
.to.... iznnN1WXYwmti A.M. To 5:00 P.M TF
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